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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

:? ill ... BM©§,' smmiGMMi-ims r~ "When yen are not siwing the "Dropbcr.d" Machine makes a spieaCid-table1; aa'd the laachlisc iiscif it slir.t a<a*ay out ot the vcach of tliV <3list and tl:e children. WARD ? BliOS. '.'Drophead".costs l'oir.ids less than others, freight pa::! to your station. "Write to-day for"illustrated Catalog telling you all Rbodt Ibis and our many otbsr styles. - Machines of all mates repaired, Needles and Paris supplied lor any Machiuc. 33-38 ERKGL SI'RSET, fj fJGPtTH &EL8CUKNE. | -rrrrTT.^/ TRUST MONEYS ITo JL^exidL ON GOOD SECURITIES. Lowest Rates o£ Interest. PALMER, STEVENS & R3NNICK, Solicitors, Kyncton. A Goaty old man of Ki! riiore, Ssed to DRIVE tialf-a-rails to the store, Tiil he heard all about Taking GOLCRYSTfor Gout fscw Eie WALKS, neve? drives ss before. uiecmm ROCKS, TOM PS ITT & Co., for a Fr;a Sampli of SOICSYST. . O aORSE-BKEEDESS OF KYNETON. FAWKES. . . -r\ : J v O i KICK STREET, KYNETQN. CLIENTS ...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS AT MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS AT MALMSBURY. The above annual fixture to.ob'place at Malmsbury and was well .attended. The entries were not quite as nume rous as last year, but some excellent competitions resulted. The commit tee were most energetic and the veter an secretary (Mr \Y. Lambert) made all necessary arrangements most effi ciently .and the stewards rendered yeoman service. Mr Stone was ref eree,. Messrs. H. Flemings ,G. Hookey and D. McCreerv judges, and Mr. R. Kerr starter. Messrs. D. McCreerv, G. Hookey. H Fleming and T. Boddy rendered good service in disposing of tickets for the sheep guessing com petition. : Mayor O'Sullivan and Or. J. J. McCarthy helped the committee very materially. ' ? The pedestrian events went off jvithout a; hitch. The' committee, un fortunately, had to forego the Mile Handicap and 75 yards Sprint through lack of entries. J. Lavery,'a local lad, in his first attempt at/a sports meet ing. ran third in the novice "race. He ran well in the Sheffield, althoug...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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FEDERAL ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

FEDERAL ENROLMENT. The returning officers of the vari ous.'Federal';.electorates are busy pre-: paring lists of defaulting elector's-who have neglected to enrol themselves on the Federal rolls for the -various sub divisions in which .they, reside, in or cler-to institute legal proceedings ;against them., In the .''event of'-any 'elector enrolling before the ' ca'se comes before the court-, the general practice', is to withdraw',-C-the case or impose a nominal, fine. Kyneton 'and district' "electors' should, however, avail; thcmeslves at -once of the op-, portunity of enrolment, as it * is under-; stood' that prosecutionsin this sub-' Fdivision-will shortly be-initiated. ~ Free Dogs to Landowners.-At its March meciinc: the Avon shire coun cil- passed: a vinotion allowing.all. land owners tp keep one dog free, of -tax, .withv the.vidca/ of; lessening -therabbit pesf.. At th'c April meeting the dog registrar asked for: a definition of a land owner. . There were femr dogs at one homeste...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

WEDNESDAY EVENING. Mr. A. StredwTL'k presided. 35-Piano Solo (under 18), "The Harmonious Blacksmith" (Handel). ;Mif? p. Jhicsscn (Ballarat), Miss Philpott (Melbourne), Miss C. Hos kin (Northcote). 15-Australian Song (Ladies). Miss Trotman (Ballarat), "The Angel." ,, 8-Duet (Lady ancP Gentleman). Mr. Bird and Miss Cornelius (Mel bourne). "Nocturne"; Mr Lemke and Miss Trotman (Ballarat), "The Day is Done"; Mr. Carnegie and Miss Powell, "The Wings of a Dove/' 36-Piano Solo (under 15), "Mo ment Musical-' (Schubert).-Miss D. Philpot (Melbourne). 49-Dialogue (Serious).'-Miss Wal ton and Mr. McMurtrie, VDesdemona and Othello." Adjudications. Mr. John Rc'id adjudicated in sec tion 53. rccitation for boys under 15, in which there were two contestants, Master Riddell (Port Fairy) and Mas ter G. Walker (Bendigo). Mr Rcid prefaced his remarks by congratula ting the committee upon their excel lent arrangements, which he had rare ly seen equalled at any competitions. The audience had much to be c...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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TUESDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

TUESDAY AFTERNOON. ?> Mr. H. T. Stredwick presided. -35-^Piano . Solo; -under iS, "The, Harmonious ^Blacksmith" v (Handel). -Miss A. E. Gray*(Port Fain'). 4-Tenor Solo.-Mr. S. Brewer (Bendigo), "Rose of My Head."' : ? 3-Contralto Solo.-Miss L. Ren shaw. (South Melbourne). "Ye Pow ers That Dwell Below"'; Miss D Trot man (Ballarat). "The .Enchantress;" v 43-Recitation ; (Gentlemen).-Mr.: ?R.^Gainford ;(Garlton)."Pet'ruchio and: Katerine'';: Mr.; W; Southwell (Mel bourne), "Scrooge's Nephew's Xmas Dinner'7'; Mr. G. Rawson (Wonthag gi^ "Julius Caesar" (opening scene); Mr Jolley (Wonthaggi) "The Desert er." 26-Sacred Solo (Gentlemen).--Mr.; J; Bird (South; Melbourne), "The (Light of the -World": Mr Trewavis (Richmond); ''The Lord is.My: Light'';: .Mr. Oramcs (Melbourne), "The Lord is My Light"; Mr. Carnegie (Ballar at). "How Many Hired Servants'-; Mr Brewer (Bendigo), "The Light of the World''; : Mr.:iG. :Lenike (Ballarat), "HoW Lovelj- are Thy Dwellings." . 17-Champion Solo (Oratorio...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON COMPETITIONS, 1914 MUSICAL, LITERARY AND ELOCUTIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

KYNETON COMPETITIONS, 1914 MUSICAL, LITERARY AND ELOCUTIONARY. Officers.-President: Mr. A. Stred wick. Vice-Presidents: Messrs. J. Skidmore and E. Gray. Hon. Trea surer: Mr. W. Pinnell. Secretary: Mr. F. Armstrong. Committee: Messrs. H. H. Castles, S. P. Harper, G. I-I. Thomson, II.' T. Stredwick, J. McCormick, H. Halliday, C. J. West, J. Jones, T. E. A. Castles, E. Gray, J. Skidmore. A. M. Pcrkin, E. Smith. C W. .Murray, II. Raw son, jun., A. E. Barnes. T. Skid more, jun., E. Clemens, J. *Okc, H. Wells. .L. Carroll,' A'.F. Dobinson, A. Armitage, Rev. R. Farrer. Stage Manager:. M~. Hugh R&wsom jun. Assistant Stage Manager: Mr H. T. Stredwick. MONDAY EVENING. The above^competitions opened on Easter Monday, evening before a crowded'audience, j The stage was very , prettily,; arranged-.:in drawing room- style,: and, decorated with crim son poppies and grasses. t The president (Mr. A. Stredwick) introduced Mr. Louis Lavatcr, adju dicator in-ithe musical items, and Mr. John Reid,...

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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. , 'Mr! E. Smith presided., 30-Solo £Boys or Girls under 15). -Master ^Walker (Bendigo). ''Dream ing June": Master ,Riddell " (Port Fairy), "Hedge Roses." i 37-Piano Solo; (under .12).-Master .Riddcll"(Port'Fairy). Miss D. Philpot i (Melbourne), MissvFouracre . (North vcotc): \ V;.. . . ' 29-^Solo: NonVprizewinners «La dies)-Miss L. R'ensliaw, ; "Wjth l'a Swan-like Beauty'*;'5 Miss CorndliitS1 (Port .Melbourne),. "To-night." \ . ? 48-Oratorical,.Display.-Mr. Binks (Clifton Hill); fitfs reply !;to Wal pole. 13-Irish National Song (Lady). Miss Trotman (Ballarat). "Irish Love Song": Miss Powell (Ballarat), "The Last Rose of Summer." 40 - Recitation. Xonxprizewinners (Lady).-Miss Field TB'endigo), "The Victim." 28-Solo (Gentlemen), Non-prize winners.-Mr. Carnegie (BallaraO, "I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby": Mr J. Bird (Melbourne). "From Oheron in Fairyland": Mr. Ellis (Eaglehawk) "The Veteran's Song." 53-Recitation (Boys under 15). Master Riddell (Port Fairy), "Sheri ...

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TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

TUESDAY EVENING. Mr. A. StredwicU presided. 33--Piano Duct ("Open). "Capri cante" (Wachs).-Misses Gray and Master Riddel! (Port Fairy), Misses D. Wells and Annette Noall (Kvnc iQJj) 5-b.uuone Solo.-Mr Lemke (Bal larat), "Lovinjr ismile of Sister Kind"; Mr. F. Oranies (Melbourne). "Banda lero"; Mr. Trcwavis (Richmond). "'Mattinata"; Mr. J. Bird (South Mel bourne), "The Curfew." 45-Recitation, With Musical Ac companiment. - Mr. Binks (Clifton Hill), "Waterloo"; Mr. Southwell (Melbourne), "The Last Token"; Mr. G. Havson (Wonthacrgi), "A Dickens' Monologue." i&r^Champfon Solo (Gentlemen), " .. .' -Mr. F. Oranies (Melbourne). Ballad.- >» "The Curfew. (Ladies). Hal 17-Champion Solq, ^ # Bnllar-it> lad.-Miss b. Tfonuan' \ t5-llar'u' "Slumber Song." 1-Soprano Solo. - Miss Powell (Ballarat), "Hush! Little One." 47-Character Impersonation.-Mr. Gainford Carlton), "A Voice From the Bush"; Mr. Southwell {Mel bourne), "The Infi<Jel"; Mr. G, Jlaw son (Wohthaggi). ""Wilfred...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

Trade Addresses. r v?^ : v Jn-Vw, ..^asssft, . >5l' ®'^r^-.v?,/*? |j^< GT&a© All at Sixpence. Bv Post 7d. ?.*i ? .<i**A * 3\ . *A PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR Sixpence Each. .' COMMONWEALTH MUSIC,'. i BOOKS. At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published . Music.- - MOUTH ORGANS in Great Va-iety . -??.-.? <fr ?in Various'Keys. SesnaL ^5Tob22? Oi'dlea? to AT Tliey have the Best Assortment out of Melbourne WRITING TABLETS, in endless variety. WHITWORTH LINEN, white and blue; LINEN LAWN, PARCH MENT, VENEZIA, CAMBRIC, MAJESTIC, THE WORLD. SPECIAL LINE, thin paper, extra strong. The Famed BELAIR, ruled vertically on one side, horizontally: on the other. Economical and elegant. . « '? ENVELOPES.-Whitworth Linen. Linen Lawn, Invicta, Eclipse. Countess,-.Ideal, Secretive, Campaspe, (Clarence, Pence, etc.,,:etc. J 1 LEGAL and BUSINESS . STATIONERY, quality Good, Prices Low-, Resolve to Buy your DIARY jfor 1913 at once. , r ARMSTRONG BR...

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RE-DIRECT VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

-K'.E-Di ft I£C'l /JCTORJ.* -hirers, packet?, anl newapaj.. iiUv -i't:-di_rected without:: charge to ;pr yar t,.- oi.^Victoria. upon the written <.« ' rnr addrt' >ees All app-ic t.vo.riw for re-direedon must tie wrjt'T-: ~n ink- and boar rhe sigTiiitu: t>s 't'i"sn;;s <o ""!jop (he correspo.:; th<& riui'^ Rv ' ifX-cTs, * packfT;. '...-"vtai'v.r"- by an ag«*nf \, til-1 aftc<"delivery, prr »><'*' hey art >.> -stod not-later than "t Jay *T <.1 Diiblic Ho'\ !<" not l>einj; c^untcd* .ifter delivery, irv d<> nw Japj ea> to sf.ve been open^ Ait noi -h-,rfqdrK'-'oni postage Re-directed Ict'.cra packets an> newspapers which arc rc-posted iat^. 'liar, the day ;ifrsi delivery will bt taxed the ordinary prepaid rate Anj :\vh;ch appear' to have been open re will be chargeable as freshly poster unpaid letters. packets, or newspaper* the case may be . < .OTHER COLONI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

Wanted. WANTED. - Good GENERAL}; liberal wages. .Apply this office?y WANTED.-A Young Aylesbury Drake( -a Bronzewing G.ob.blcr,,and-:«t young Gander, each about a year old;. Apply Vfjrjlardian" office. ,f'J ''Lost and Found. LOST; between Piper's Creek arid Pastoria-Lady's Enamel Kid Finder please return this office. Re1' war <{_: 'i Ifh'rV i.. 'ft jjjoi'.j" ' <,':;Mectinss. !ifi^Ay.N.L.-;si?iiciAL MEETING,. South Rooni;r FRIDAY, at 3 p.m.; Important ;business. AH members please attend. Amusements. INTERNATIONAL ALBERT HALL. EVERY- MONDAY AND WED . NESDAY. POPULAR PRICES. The Remarkable Increase in Popular ity of the Kyneton Competitions, 1914. starting on :de Addresses Special fakes is Seasonable Goods Famous Flameel ¥alues .HEAVY-VVEIGliT NATURAL- . .- , . 1/ 4/4 1/0 1/11 v HEAVY-WEIGHT WHITE i/ri 1/6 s/g "''THE'TRADE BRIX.GER" for r 'LADIES' WEAR- - ->. .. ?? . »" . . .i;o Eine;, Natural: and 'White;: Guaran . teed all-. wool, at 1/2 ' LADIES' .^njXTER WE£...

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The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, APR. 16, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

KYNETON, THUBSDAY, AM, 10, 1914 The Back Page. - On the fourth page will he found Hanging Rock Races. Federal 1 Issues, Shower of Broken Iron. Maize in the United States, Federal Enrolment, The Doy That Spells, and sundry paragraphs. Held Over.-On account, of pres sure on our space, correspondence from Malmsbury and Trentham. .Sat urday's Polfce Court, and sever\iLpara graphs 'of interest "arc unavoidably held ov£r. ' The Competitors.-One feature 01 the present-competitions is that seve ral former residents have returned to try their fortune on the platform with present residents and new, comers. \ These include, up to 'the present, Messrs. Gerald Raw.son, of Wonthag-, gi, who has appeared in several elo cutionary sections rand> -produced an open scene; F Orames, of Melbourne, and W. S. McKcnzie. of Traralgon, who have appeared in the vocal sec tions. Owing "to developing a cold, Mr McKenzie had to return to Trar ralgon-without concluding his entries. , Messrs. Rawson and ' Orame...

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TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

TARARALE. Death of Mrs' UhMXf-WJ''ftijri'f to announce v'('.it j\Ti--y.?!Sfftfy <Dhd.i of Tr.rada.le, succumb;: d on Sunday in the .Melbourne hospital to the injur ies received on Tuesday afternoon of last week at the Hawthorn railway statioh. It will be remembered that, she was a passenger for Hawthorn on a train from Melbourne, and ap parently. not having realised earlier that she had reached her destination, she attempted to alight while the train was moving off from the plat from. Both her legs were fractured and badly crushed between the train and the platform. Death was due to shock following the injuries. Great sympathy is felt throughout the dis trict for the bereaved widower and children. Blankets for Winter.-Dale's adver tise in this issue a line assortment of winter blankets and flannels. Read advertisement for particulars.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

Educational, i Sacred. B|eart [ CONVENT OF* MERCY,' " | ?. KYNETON. . j PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1913. j Tn February one completed Senior Public, two matriculated, one com-j ipleted Junior. Public.. . " ' In December four passed Junior , Public, three; obtained, groups,, one j passed Senior Public. A total, of 52 passes,-was obtained, with it distinctions. Pupils are,received for rPianoforte, Singing. Violin. rMaiHioHnc-j/Harmonj' Shorthand;-Tvoewritina". Bookkeeping ?Drawincr, Painting, and Physical ? Cul ture. SECOND TERM: APRIL 21, 1914. -Terms 011 Aoolication, to . : THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANG? IN BUSINESS FIRM. L MESSRS. GEO.. THOS.. and JAS. WILLIS beg to Intimate to the Pub lic of-Kvneton aruY-District that they , have TAKEN OVER THE BUST-I NESS' 0/ .the Father, Mr. .G. W. WILLIS; Sen., and request the con tinuancc; of the loj*al support, accord ed to their father during the last 15 years. . . ,: J ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr. j Willis, sen;-. MAY BE PAID at the | MILL to the New Fi...

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FEDERAL ISSUES. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

FEDERAL IS3U - COMMONWEALTH AND STATES. The deliberations of the State Min isters gathered at Parliament-House stress theVcmark made by Sir 'Arthur -Stanley/ in opening the Conference, that, whilst to utter '< high-sounding political . generalisations is -easy,' to deal in statesmanlike way with detail is difficult. " All 'thoughtful people aTce that Australia should be peo pled with settlers of the right class; that the State debts might be so handled as. to greatly reduce- the; sum: oaid in .interest; that a uniform gauge would simplify- effective defence;that there should be. no waste ^of"money through-competition between two: sets of Savings Banks, both .owned bj* ;the taxpayer. -: But tiie moment any one of the issues mentioned- is tackled -in: businesslike fashion, a number of di vergent.--.-views are warmly. champion ed, ?At every turn: State ..Ministers,:: and Commonwealth Ministers who are ? in consultation with them.--find them selves face to: face with, the fin...

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HANGING ROCK RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

HANGING ROCK RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. The EasterMonday meeting,of-the .popalar-":Hanging,?-!-'JRock.'.--Racinff- Club was - brought ait wt . Monday under most favfts^blc auspices, the weather." which appeared- . threatening . in : the, early, .morning, eventually-proving-?de. lightful ly . fine for ; th c day'sou ting.. The attcndance^ajsuisual,*A*asdar|,-e, being greater than at the previous Easter meeting. Fields were good in most >of the .events,: and- the .racing, in teresting. especially, in the Trot and :{thiei"-:Rocfc5.''(Handicap;-:v>which-';;*:proved ; close and most exciting. 'As usual, Mr. "Jack" Keating (who has very : few .-equals as a secretary) had every thing in apple-pie order, for the, con venience and enjoyment of his: r.ume reus patrons and was well backed up by his energetic president, conuiiittee: and ' officials. The attendance from the Kyneton district was very large; the road to the popular ->icnic ground being fairly dotted ; with anything -wit...

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THE DOG THAT SPELLS. A TALE OF THE FINAL "E." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

THE DOG THAT SPELLS. ?*»- - TALE* OF THE FINAL What must surely be the own bro ther- of the '-"spellig dog of Mann heim,'*' whose truly marvellous feats have already: been described in the "Daily Mail." has. now been discover ed at Droitwich. The. creature is a large and handsome collie known as Togo, and, ov«;ncd by Mr. Harry Laugher. of, St. Mary-street, in that town. If Togo does not. like the: Llberfeld horses, extract cube roots with lightning ??.speed," lit? has yet a mathematical brain. Asked. "How many legs have you got ?" this mir aclc of intelligence barks four'times. Told; "Spell. Thomas,"'' Togo shows his perfect mastery of the vagaries of British pronunciation and spelling by barkingjisix times, once for each of the six Tetters, including the silent "h" Nor is this all that we are asked to credit. Set this sum : "If I have twelve lumps of , sugar and. eat five how manj' are.left ??". Togo will bark seven times. He is observant into "the^ bargain..'.. He ? will bark the ...

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MAIZE IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

. MAIZE IN THE UNITED STATES. ,,-Thc following- extract from an ar ticle in the "Quccnslancler" shows -how King Maize reigns in .the United States: "'"And as maize is king from an aesthetic point of view, so docs it rule .where it is best known as'a. pro duct of most use to man and to beast-. Here in Australia we have only touch ed the hem of the king's garment we- cultivate only some 350,000 acres, for'the crop-but in the United States he is the recognised king, and eighty odd millions of people in that great Republic'-givc him a splendid homage. ?-Of'maize*?.over;;three miiiion ibushels a year /more than oats ;and'. over four , million bushels' more than wheat is produced; - and, -standing at1 the head of the cereals of the world, wc find the.maizc crop running to 3,875,"92?,006 bushels, or about 56,448,000 tons in weight. Figures such as these make one dizzy, .and yet in the United States there is grown over three fourths of the- world's crop. In that -country there are, 10S,750,...

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LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. KYNETON SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 16 April 1914

REDUCTI0N BOARD ^TON SITTINGS. _ . pmrd commenced its sittings T^ton o» Wednesday.^ when were in k'n;re present: Messrs. Rob... I,K'ri' /-inirinan of the compensation Ban" (<r.'' Thomas K Cumming p^?of ««e pr° SS).»»'' ie Cr SCSted by cl\f^nder ?aines Middleditch was i itorn "He knew the whole of d - licensed premises m this dis til? "'Vijerc were 15 in' Kyneton, in !"r <r Farmers' and View Point. , !»u-ere 4 in Malmsbury, 2 in Lau ,T i(>re Wtic 4 TZ> -. _ : r* , :^ffcrou-n represented by A. T ditch, Inspector of Licenses, . J{,dd'-e: Ikted by Sergeant O'Brien _1. « - in Tylden. 1 at Boggy Creek. nS- fadsruhe. He had listed 17; for '/".ntr and thev cover all before tlie f!o;in.v Tiie. ej"n-ht left: out,- lie said. ^r3c distinctly better than those left lfir order to show-the methods adop j in the arriving" at a determination, °"C °rf;tirly 'ftiHy - jthe arriving- at a determination, fnc or two of the cases dealtFwithfari:' Leii"fairly fully- 'J-v - The Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

And occasional use of Cuti cura Ointment. No other emollients do so much to prevent pore-clogging, pim ples, blackheads, red, rough hands, dandruff, itching scalps aild falling hair. t Cuticura Soaji :iml Ointment sold everywhere. Liberal sample of oach. with :;l'-PB£o book. uent post fiuc. Addrejo i>. Towns ^ Co., Sydney, X. S. \V. THE MOST. PATIENT PEOPLE Must Show Annoyance at Times. Everybody has their hour , of trouble, but people having any irrita tion of the skin have many hours oi trouble. , Nothing so; annoying; noth ing so irritating. It's a hard and try ing position. Leave it alone, and you can hardly bear it. Relief and cure have come at last. People have put it to the test. Doan's Ointment cures skin diseases. People arc learning that this is so. Here is a case in point:-: Airs. John Reid. c/o Mrs. Johnson. Fraser street. Daylcsford, says: "I used Doan's Ointment-on one of my' children, who was suffering terribly with a skin eruption. . The obstinate way the ailm...

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