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DEATH OF MRS. J. DONOVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

DEATH OF MRS. J. DONOVAN. ?Very.great regret was expressed in Woodend and district on Thursday when it was known that Mrs. Sarah Donovan,, relict of the late Mr. J. >Dono%-an, had passed away at the ripe age of 79 years. Mrs. Donovan, whose husband predeceased her by some five years, was one of the most esteemed residents of Woodend, and leaves to mourn their loss a wide circle of friends, whose sympathy will go out in no unstinted measure to her daughters. Sister Frances Jerome, ? Mrs M. Lennon, Mrs. J. Donovan and Misses Margaret and Lena Donovan, and to her sons. Cr. W. Dono van, and Messrs. M., T., and T. Donovan. On Friday, at St. Ambrose's Church, Woodend a sol emn Requiem Mass was held and at tended by a large number of friends. The officiating priests were the Very Rev. Dean Hegavty, V.F., the Revs. Father Power (Woodend), T. O'Cal laghan and Bartley (Kyncton), Ed. i Keating, N. 0?Ryan and J. Ellis (Mel bourne), and others. After the Re- j quiem Mass the cortege left St. ...

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MALMSBURY'S SAD PLIGHT. IMPECUNIOUS AND IN SANITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

MALMSBURY'S SAD PLIGHT. . IMPECUX10US AND IN SANI TARY. The Board of Public Health niet on Wcdcsday afternoon, Dr. Robertson ^residing (writes the "Argus"). Among the business dealt with, was a letter from the Town Clerk of Malms bury, in response to instructions given by the board to the Malmsbury Coun cil-to have a proper nightsoil depot established and to make arrangements for the proper colclction and disposal of- nightsoil. The letter stated that the Mabnsbury. Council could not compty with the directions of the board, as it was in a chronic state of impecuniosity, largely due to the de crease of population. The population was still decreasing, and the "residents consisted mainly of old-age pension ers, widows with children, and. women who lived on remittances sent' to them by husbands who were in other States. (Laughter.) In the event of a mining revival, which was hoped /or, the council would only be too glad to comply with the board's di rections. Dr. Robertson explained tha...

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LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. KYNETON SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. KYNETON SITTINGS. The above were continued on Thursday and yesterday, the Board consisting of Messrs. Robert Barr (chairman of the compensation pro ceedings), Thomas F. Cnroming (chairman of the re-allotment pro ceedings) and James Lock. The Crown was represented by Inspector Middleditch. Court House Hotel. Mr. G. Hurry appeared for Mrs. Johanna Barry, owner, and Mr. H. J. Armstrong for Mrs. Elizabeth Spicer, licensee. Sergeant O'Brien gave evidence to the effect that some of the internal walls were coming down through plaster being broken, and spoke gene rally regarding the hotel, which he thought Was "falling to pieces, due to the absence of repairs. lie did not know that there were a very large number-of traps putting up in the yard. The: present licensee had not been conducting the business well and thought'the hotel was becoming less and less a profitable house. There had been, no pojicc interference. To'the ,Board: He knew that since 1012 it had been ...

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The Guardian KYNETON, SATURDAY, APR. 18, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

KYNETON, SATURDAY, APR. IS, i')H The Back Page,-The Markets and other matters 01 interest will be found on the brick page. including Langley, Elphinsione. Trentham ami Malms bury correspondence. Undesirable Visitors. Maimslmry's Sad Plight, ctc, etc. Head Teachcr Kyneton School. Mr. Wollaston. of Casterton, who has been appointed to Kyneton as head teacher in succession to Mr. George Robinson, transferred to Hampton, arrived on Wednesday. Mr. Wollas ton comes with good credentials as a teacher and as a public-spirited man. He expresses himself as delighted with "Our school.'' the interior ar rangements of which, he slates, he has never seen excelled ifi Victoria. Mr. and Mr.s Wollaston are looking? forward with pleasure to their resi dence in Kyneton. AAV.N.L -A special meeting of the above was held in the South-room Mechanics' on Friday afternoon, when business arising out of the selection ballot for candidates to contest the Victorian seats for the Senate in thp event of a double ...

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NOTES AT THE COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

NOTES AT THE COMPE TITIONS. - A hearty laugh was raised at She competitions on Wednesday night through the collapse of the easel up on which the blackboard containing the number of section and of competi tors was placed. Mr. Stredwick, pre sident, accentuated . the audience's ainuesment by simulating to have re ceived a great shock.' On Thursday night a table was used which Mr. Stredwick remarked would hardly fall down. The audience on several occasions have forgotten that they are attend ing competitions and have accorded a farvorite performer applause that is almost equivalent to an encore, and once a presentation box of choco lates, tied with wide pink ribbons, was sent up. This, though gratifying to competitors as a tribute to their art, is going rather beyond-what is strict ly correct at a competition and should not be encouraged or repeated. The audience will have the opportunity of showing their approval in thisAVay to the successful competitors #11, Friday night ncxt.-3t,'jt...

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NEXT WEEK'S SITTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

NEXT WEEK'S SITTINGS The Chairman announced that Jvfonfoy evidence would be taken specting the Queen's Head, the Rail way, and, if possible, the Shire Arms Hotels. Kyneton. On Tuesday the four Malmsbury Hotels would be dealt with. If it were not found pos sible to deal with the Shire Arms Ho tel on Monday evidence respecting it would be taken on Wednesday.

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

Trade Addresses. m MUSIC #*i hatli Charms. mtae Songs & Instrumental Numbers. - i All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. £5>k * !l * PAXTON AND ALLAN'S: ^ POPULAR Sixpence Each. .COMMONWEALTH MUSIC ; BOOKS. At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. MOljTH ORGANS in Great Variety ' in Various Keys. SeuicS. Your Cvdev to KYNETON. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR STATIONERY AT Hey 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, Campaspc, Clarence, Pence, etc., etc. LEGAL and BUSINESS STATIONERY, quality Good, Prices Low. Resolve to Buy j'our DIARY for 1013 at once. ARMSTRONG BROS, have DIARIES for POCKET and DESK. AUSTRALIAN...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

VII.-RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA. Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addre-sees. All applica tions for re-direction must be written in ink and bear the signatures of the persons to whom the correspondence is directed, otherwise they cannot be complied with. Re-directed letters, packets, and newsapers re-posted by an agent of the addresees after delivery, provided they are re-posted not later than the day (Sundays and Public Holidays not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage. Re-directcd letters, packets and newspapers which are re-posted latej than the day after delivery will be taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Any which appear to have been opened will be chargeable as freshly posted unpaid letters, packets, or newspapers as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence is t...

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UNDESIRABLE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

UNDESIRABLE VISITORS. Tlie Ivyncton Court of Petty Ses sions was held on Saturday, April n, Messrs. H. Rawson and D. McLen nan, J's.P.. on the bench.' Several charges of insulting behaviour were inquired into. Lionel Wren. 26, of Newport, was arraigned on a charge of using ob scene language, insulting behaviour ;uul feloniously stealing a door key. The third charge was withdrawn. Sergeant" O'Brien and Constables Pawley and Tysoe gave evidence that on Thursday evening Wren, as soon as he arrived in the town, began to behave in an unruly manner at the Railway Hotel, Baynton street, and at the Albert Hall. At the latter place he, with some other men, en gaged in a struggle with the door keeper. Constable Pawley chascd one of them; -Wilson, whom he ar rested, and then, with Sergeant O'Brien and Constable Tysoe. ar rested Wren at. the Railway Hotel. Wren resisted-violently and used ob scene language. Accused pleaded not guilty, but ad mitted four previous convictions, in cluding larceny ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

Bereavement Notices. Mr. CORKILL and Family:are de sirous of returning. their warmest: THANKS tp their - many kind- friends for expressions of sympathy --extend-:: ed to them, either personally or by letters; cards, etc.. during; the period of their recent sad bereavement. They are'also mindful and grateful for the constant and unremitting attention of Dr. Pf. F. Main... Orr street, Malnisbury, 17/4/1^}. Death Notices. DONOVAN.-On the 16th April,, at Woodcmi. Sarah, relict of the late Mr. J. Donovan, beloved mother of Sister Frances Jerome, Mrs. M. Lennon, Mrs. J. Donovan. Margar et. Lena. M" J.', \V" and T. Dono van: aged 79 years. R.I.P.

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KYNETON STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

KYNETON STOCK MARKET. At Thusrday's market 103- sheep and 207 cattle were varded. Receipts, £7/15/. Messrs. W. H. Fysh and Co. re port: Owing to a number of the trade having' supplies on hand, competition for fat sheep was not very brisk", but fat lambs were in request at advanced prices. For quality late high values of fat cattle were well maintained, but medium sorts were not so' keenly sought after. Considering the ab sence of rain, stores of all descrip tions (both sheep and cattle) contin ued to sell remarkably well. Some sales that give instance' of the pre sent high prices for fat stock were: 'Liirht. weight bullocks, account of Mr C. F. Kenned}-, to £10/2/6; fat cows to £10/15/; account Mr. K. Mathe son; prime heifer, for Mr. J. F. Hall, at £9: comeback wethers, account of Mr. C. Kennedy, 26/6; lambs, for same owner, to 17/1: crossbred ewes, account Mr. J. W. Clark, to 25/. We booked 102 cattle and 659 sheep, ancl quote: Fat bullocks. £7/10/ to £10/2/6; fat cows £5/5/ to £10...

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

. iCuucatioriaL Sacred Heart Ladies' Oolte . . CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNETON. PUPILS" SUCCESSES'" in 1913. In February one completed Senior i'Putblic.-'-;?t-wo-.>:'matr?culated,-->one-;'-com-; plcVed Junior Public. |n .December foitr passed .Junior Puiiljc;- -threer,obtained<; groups, v one passed Senior Public. A- total: of - 52- passes; was obtained, with ti distinctions. .i«Pupi!s : arc ireceived ^f.or:=Pianoforte, Sinking. .Violin, Mandoline.^ Harmony Shorthand. .Tvoewritiiyr.yBookkcepinjr Drawin?, Painting, - and.-Physical Cul ture. , SECOND TERM: APRIL in, 1914. Terirts on Application to THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is Sold by ? A STREDWICK. Central Pharmacy, Mollison Street, Kyncton. - Telephone No. 18. Trade Addresses, and BROWNIES. 't ' FROM 5/ Photgraphic Films. Plates and Sun dries always in Stuck. PERFUMERY and SOAP of all DISPENSING CHEMIST. Mcllison Street, Kyneton. 'Phone 24-. A. C. £E2&U£*£LNX> TIMBER and IRONMONGERY MERCHANT....

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MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

MALMSBURY. British and Foreign Bible Society. -The anniversary of the local branch was held on Sunday afternoon-in the Town Hall, when the Rev. L. L. Wcnzcl gave a practical address to the massed Sunday scholars and teachers of the town. Recitations and dialogues were given by the schol ars,- and the different countries through which* the Bible Society cir culates bibles shown by the children wearing distinctive badges'.'. The of fertory was well responded to. Death of the Rev. J. Stanley Low. -The death of the Rev. J. Stanley Low, late vicar of Christ Church, St. Kilda. at the ripe age of 82, has re moved one who in early days'was as- j sociated with Malmsbury and Tara- I dale as vicar of St John's and ,Holy, j Trinity respectively. The remains I of Mr. Low's first wife lie in Malms bury Cemetery. There are in the borough several residents who - were married 01 baptised by the % cleran clergyman. Death,of Mrs Corkhill.-Mrs Cork hill an old and esteemed / resident, passed away at he...

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ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

ELPHINSTONE. Presentation.-Prior to the break ing up for the Easter hoifdays, Mr. D. Fleming, pupil teacher at the State school, presented on behalf of "the scholars to the head teacher, Mr. J.' H. Ellis, a beautiful inkstand as a token of esteem. Mr. Ellis, he said; during his residence in Elphinstone has won the warm regard of parents arid scholars alike, and they felt very sad at; losing him, but warmly con gratulated him on his promotion. Mr. Ellis in response thanked the children for their handsome present, and said he would always have"'a; warm corner in his heart for the Elphinstone schol ars, and would always look, forward to: the advancement of the Elphin stone children. Mr. Ellis takes charge of the .Campbell's Creek school on Monday next. About Apiarists.-Although this is an oft year for honey, the apiarists, who . move their bees from place to place and follow the bloom of the different kinds of trees, are having a good year. First we had .the gum, then the stringy bark ...

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CRICKET. Coburg v. Malmsbury. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

CRICKET. \-~- -? : Coburg v. Malmsbury. The Colnirg cricket team paid a visit to Malmsbury on Saturday, April n, securing a substantial victorv. After the match they were entertain ed at: dinner at the Belle Vuc Hotel, an excellent meal being provided by Host Lord.. The Rev. L. L..Wenzel presided and welcomed the visitors, and Mr. -Kennedy made a' suitable. response.. The 'scores arc as follows: -Coburg. Jackson, c Gould, b Kcllj' ;. . 23 i O'Sullivan, b Timberlake ....; ; 50 Harder, c Jackson, b Wallis . . 11 Cosgrove, b Wenzel o Kennedy, run. out .. .. .' 9 Alexander, b Wallis 30 Glceson, st. Jackson, b Wallis .. 3 Curric, run out .. , 0 Robinson, b Wallis 3 C. Rayson, not out o H. Lawry, c and b Wallis .1 .. " 1 Sundries 7 Total 140 -Malmsbury. First Innings. W. Jackson, b Harder . i .. o T. Wallis. b Harder 9 J., Omant, b,Harder-. 1 ,,o G. Sutton, b Kennedj* .. .. r. .. o Goje. c Robinson, b! Sullivan 10 L. Wenzel, b Kennedy ..... .. 1 J. Wallis. c and b Jackson .'. . .10 J. Tim...

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LANGLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

LANGLEY. The annual Langley and Black Hill picnic took place under most pleasant weather conditions, the scene of the happy gathering being 'Mr John Daniher's paddock. A fine programme of races were run off with the follow ing results: Boys' Race, 13 years and under. John Rogerson i, John Campbell 2, Leslie Murray 3. Boys, xo and under.-John Murray i, Norman Rogerson 2, P. Parscl 3 Boys, 6 years.-Jas. Parsel 1, Jas. Clarke 2, Linsav Bowen 3. Girls' Race.-Nellie Pearson 1. Lil lie East 2, Susie Parsel 3. Girls, 7 years and under.-Nellie Parser 1, Esther Pearson 2, Margery Parscl 3. Boys' Jumble Race.-John Roger son 1, Leslie Murray 2, \V Symonds O * ' Young' Men's Race No. i.-G. Bo man i, W. East 2, Jeff Palmer 3. .Young Men's Race No. 2.-Stanley East r, F. Bowen 2, A. Strawhorn 3. Young Ladies' Race.-Vera Webster 1, Agnes Clarke 2, Renic Jcnkie 3 Married Ladies' Race.-Mrs George 1, Mrs. R. Rogerson 2, Mrs. Jas. Par sel 3 Married Men's Race.--\V. McGreg or 1, George 2, R. Rogerson 3....

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H.A.C.B.S. CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 18 April 1914

H.A.C.B.S. CONFERENCE. The annual conference of the   Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society was opened at Bendigo on Wednesday, in the presence of 112 delegates representing various branches throughout Victoria. Apolo- gies were received from branches that sent no delegate. Bro. J. T. Keane (Bendigo), Grand President, occup- ied the chair. The conference was opened by Father Rohan, chaplain the Bendigo branch, in the univod- able absence, through illness, of Bishop Reyille. Lengthy consideration was givers to 1 the' new agreement-issued by tto 3i j tish Medical Association, and the ft j lowing motion, submitted by Brc.1 Dohertv (Williamstown), was agreed 1 to: "That this conference is lirongitS against any income limit being in-i posed on members, and that the Dirj trict Board be instructed to work maI the Friendly Societies' Association »| obtain a satisfactory solution oi tt'.f other points of difference." Bro. A. W. Grainger (Coiac). trial had held the offi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

Wanted. . f . VAN goinsy to Melbourne- . WEDi NESDAY MORNING. LOADING Wanted. DUGGAN BROS..-Carries! Kyneton. ' . *l!l uost and Found LOST.-A "White-.--COW. little red oil head, mark 011 off ear. Reward. Auplv B. BJRRELL. Carlsruhe; or W. If. EYSH & CO.. Kyneton. . LOST.-A Young ?" Black GREY HOUND PUITY.-Apply "Guardian" o trice. For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE.-HOUSE and LAND in Pohlman, street; also Phaeton, Horse and Harness. Apply .1. K. -Me IvHOVVN, i'olilnian street. FIREWOOD! FIREWOOD! Now .is. the-time to buy your Win ter's. . Supply before the wet weather and advance prices start. I deliver the. BEST SOUND FIREWOOD anywhere at LOWEST RATES. A. WATTS Bourke street. Notices. KYNETON COURSING CLUB. HARE, DRIVE , TO-MORROW (Wednesday) at Gr.eenhili. Convey ance leaves Post Office at 1.45 p.m. . TECHNICAL SCHOOL; SECOND TERM BEGINS TUESDAY, APRIL 21. ART:--Tviesdayv'uWicdnesday, Thurs day, .EridayuiSaturday.' .' ' ENGINE, DRIVING:-Monday. SHORTHAND, ? &cs-*Tuesdays...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

. GOLF. ' . Mr.; J. C. Rennie, -87^-91-20-^-150, fiied, with R. Keating', 89-89-20-^158. in Mhe men's singles- handicap,_ 36 holes, at the Woodend Easter tourna ment. ! Mr. J. 'Rennick scored' 18^. Mr. Rennic also won the Eclectic, 77-r5-72, and the: best .'gross , score, 87-91-17S. Mr. Davis and> - Mrs. Rennick scored 105-^5-98. tliircl; ,Mr. ;a'«d Mrs. Rennic 107-2-109; Mr. Rennick and Miss Barry 128-^-14 U4, in the mixed foursomes", .iS. holes.' ? . It Has "No Equal.-"I' had cramp ing pains"'inr the. stomach,, and nothing fflV'e.me-easer'v -says: Mrs1. /.A. Jone-p, ? Main - ro.ad^.Mt.,, Clear)r-.Vic: "As "a number Tof^. my. f.pistgmers swear'; by Ghamberlain's: -Gblit-^atid . ^Diarrhoea Remedy,. :I. thought- I- wouldr gtv.erit;a trial, -and J, sot relief after, :the^ first "dose: ;T'think there! is- nothing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea -Rpiiiedy fbr pains * in *the stomach." 'For "sale by T. P. Hayes, Kyneton:; Ghas. Matthews. Malmsbury,-and all "chemists and sto...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

. - BOWLS. ,? The .<;final' -'_foF; the Hayes' trophy (.£2/2/:): :in connection ,\vith Kvnetpn Bowling Club, was played off on Vv ed-' .esday,- when 'A'. Stredwick (2' behind scratch).-:21, beat R Duncan (6 be himl)M<5. ..>/A

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