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SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

SATURDAY EVENING., Mr.-. IT.. Stredwick presided. Miss M'Lennan (official): accompanist. The scssion-::-was:-;not!s.x6nclucled-'-'till;.;'ii.35 33 - Piano . Duet, - "Caprieante" (Wacfos)Mi sses -Annetle oaU and Goocn (Pastor.ia).' 38-Piano Duet (under iS).-Mis&es S.- Wells; and'Annette'1 Noall. : ? . 4~--Rccitation'v (Character Imper-. sonation), Gentlemen!-Mr. "Loader ''Soul of the Violin." v? The Adjudication. : Mr. Reid; adjudicator, said: A most interesting - section. . A difficult claM I that demands ability, stage craft, a trained and flexible voice.' power to adopt and* sustain a character, 'and a' knowledge of the art of make-up. Some know . this latter- art and are careless of its use. . They need to. study the footlights;, In each case an excellent performance. : . Mr. R. Gainford ("A .Voice From the Past.").-Make-up good, errors in . pronunciation; - enunciation : good throughout; a pleasing- performance. His.choice was an easy piece, which .only crept in, as a ch...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON COMPETITIONS, 1914 MUSICAL, LITERARY AND ELOCUTIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

KYNETON COMPETITIONS, 1514 MUSICAL, LITERARY AND , ELOCUTIONARY. Officers.-President: Mr. A. Stred wick. Yice-Prcstde'nts: 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. H. Thomson, H. T. Stredwick, J. McCormick, H. Halliday, C. J. West, J. Jones, T. E. A. Castles. E. Gray, J. Skidmore, A. M. Perkin, E. Smith, C \V. .Murray, H. Raw son, jun., A. E. Barnes. J. Skid more, jun., E. Clemens, J. Qke, H. Wells, T. Carroll, A. F. Dobinson. A. Armitaj?e. Rev. R. Farrer. Stajfc Manager: Mr. H. T. Stredwick. As sistant Stage Manager: Mr. Hugh Rawson, jun. FRIDAY NIGHT'S PROGRAMME (Continued). Mr. H. 11. Castles presided. 15-Australian Song (Ladies). Miss Fletcher, "Under t-he SHOW." 19-Solo (Gentlemen), District, if miles.radius.-Mr. Willoughby (Kyoe ton), "Rose of My Heart." 1"-Champion Solo (Ladies). Miss L. Walker, "When Wc Met." 11-Scotch National Song (Ladieo). -Miss Powell, "The Bluebells ...

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MARRIAGE. STANISTREET—WOOLCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

MARRIAGE. STA NISTREET-WOO LCO.TT. The marriage o'f~Mr. Albert Stani s.treet, of the Bank of New South Wales, Warracknabcal, formerly of Kj-neton, and Miss Rita Woolcott, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Woolcott. of Warracknabeal, was celebrated by the Rev. F. W. Cope, in the Warracknabcal Church of Eng land. on April i. The church was prettily decorated withwhite roses and asparagus fern. A choral service accompanied the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a lovely trained dress of ivory satin, draped^with ninon,-arid a short tunic of palest pink crepe de chine, edged with seed pearls. The bodice,was of Honiton lace; veiled with pale pink ninon. The pointed train was caught with orange blo3som and seed pearl tassels. A handsome Limerick lace veil (made by her mo ther) was worn, and a sheaf of pink and white flowers in, a quaint silver holder (a century old) carried. The bridesmaids were Miss Madge Suon (Ballarat) and Miss Doris Brown (Adelaide). They : w...

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MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

MONDAY EVENING. The stage was very prettily decora ted with poppies and golden dabilas and miniature sunflowers. Mr A. Strcdwick presided, and sta ted that the excellence of the pre ceding and the following sessions proved that the final concert on Fri day night would be particularly at tractive. The .box-plan was at the ticket otticc. arid he hoped all the seats would be booked. The accompanists were Misses Mc Lennan (official), Crewther and Mre. Gregory Xoall and Mr. 11. Stredvricfe. 36-Piano Solo (under is), "Mo ment Musical'' (Schubert).-Miss D. Greig (Bendigo). 42-Recitation (Ladies).--Miss J. Smart (Surrey Hills), "The Skylark." 17-Champion Solo (Ladies), Ora torio.-Miss M. Stewart, "Hear Ye, Israel." 4-Tenor Solo.-Mr. Mosley, "An Evening Song.", 1-Soprano. Solo. - Miss Skinner (Richmond^ "When the* Heart is Young.''. ; ? 28-Solo (^Gentlemen), Non-prize winners. - Mr. A. E. Barnes; "My Dreams."' " ? . 22-Character Song (Gentlemen). Mr. R. Burland (Bendigo), "How They Apologise...

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

Trade Addresses. Are your Eyes . All Right P We have an Eflicicnt Department for Testing Eyes and should glasses be necessary we can give you the best at a reasonable price. EO, CLE1EIS e.1...») Ophthalmic Optician KYNETON. Lenses Ground Personally. 'Phone 90. ' NOTICE. f p MJCG 'S'oix Anxious to SSearsr© IVEoxiey? THEN TRY A.B.C. FOR- ALL "Farmers' Ironmongery; ..ALSO.. / "CROCKERY- aT ^ ' FURNITURE. Wedding & Birthday Gifts & SPECIALTY. 1. B. CflAPIAN HIGH STEBET, EYN6T0N. Save Money and Buy vour AP PLES at MORRIS', Fruiterer, High street, Kyncton.. Good apples from i/6 a case. Educational. Sacred Heart. Mies' Co]!eg8j CONVENT OF MERCY, j ?KYNETON. I PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 191^ ;l In February one .completed-SeViior! Public, two matriculated,- one com pleted Junior PuMic. In December four passed Junior Public, three obtained groups, one passed Senior Public. 1 - 1 ?'A total of 52 passes was obtained, ,with ir distinctions. - Pupils ar^.-received for.- Pianoforte. ??-S...

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

Trade Addresses. " K\s mIJ&'ss k MUSIC ? liath ? Gliarms. TJfee . and. BEST Songs & Instrumental Numbers. ^|r= All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. *V U^gpfJ £ PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR Sixpence Each. i COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for An]' Published Music. MOUTH ORGANS in Great Variety 'in Various Keys. Send Yonr Order to ARMSTRONG Bp., KYNETON. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR STATIONERY AT Tl^ey have the Best Assoptment 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 Fanied BELAIR, ruled vertically on one side, horizontally on .the other. Economical and elegant. ; ENVELOPES.-Whitworth Linen, Linen Lawn, Invicta, Eciipse. Countess, Ideal, Secretive, Cainpaspe, Clarence, Pence, etc., etc. LEGAL and BUSINESS STATIONERY, quality Good, Prices Low. Resolve to Buy your DIARY for 1913 at once. ' : ARMSTRONG ...

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THE SPUD DIGGERS' SPREE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

THE SPUD DIGGERS' SPREE. Free as the air again is Charles Coope. the lisrht-hearted "spud dig ger"' froijv Kocweerup, who.- with five boon companions, as he explained to the South Melbourne bench on Wed nesday.. "had come to.town to see Harry Lauder." Before the night was out the whole party fell in to'the hands of the police. As Cqjope explained: "We were just testing had far we could go and still _ say, 'It's a braw . monlicht nicht/ and we exceeded the limit/' Many another good man has done the same, but nevertheless an unsympathetic bench " consigned Coope. a= the leader of the "spud dig gers' contingent," to pay a'fine of 20/. This is was utterly impossible for him to do, his cash reosurces having been ?;te exhausted by the numerous li bations incidental to the strenuous lingual test that the members of the party had set themselves.. So he had to accept the alternative, which was seven days in gaol. But the genial Mr. Coope has- been saved the dull monotony, to say nothing of t...

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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY. APR, 21, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

" ? - KYNETON, TUESDAY. APR. ._>!, 1014 Back Page.-On the back page will be found a letter from Mr R. H. Max well upon Bacon Curing Tactics; The Markets. Foundation Day in Chicago, Opening- ot Parliament. Teachcrs Praised.... Why. Gordon Left England, The. Spud Diggers' Spree, etc., etc. Returned to Victoria. - Yesterday: morning at 7 a.m. Mrs.- and.the'Misscs Moore .Bel!, of "Moorvillc." Kyncton, reached Melbourne on the. R.M.S. Orsova. after being away on a plea-, sure trip to liurope and America for a year. The ladies, who had a delight ful trip and are in excellent health, were met at Port Melbourne by many Tvyneton friends. They intend to re turn to Kvneton during next week, when , they-will- be most heartily wel comed. International Pictures.-These pic tures were well appreciated-by a large audience last night. The star picture proved exceptionally fine and was full of . excitement from , start: to-.finishi-: To-morrow (Wednesday): night is noteworthy from the fact" that tw...

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BACON CURING TACTICS. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

BACON CURING TACTICS. . . (To the Editor-of the "Kyncton ' Guardian.") . Sir,'-Those who took the trouble to?; read my last letter will be interes ted to know that the proprietary firyis have "changed . their ground in their assault; on .our Co-operative Bacon Go; r Finding:"that they were making no ; impression oil:- our , company by throwing-away.?nioney< in boom.prices, they jviseiy decided? to-keep it ;in; their own: pockets,' and . dropped . theirbuy ing ; prices to a reasonable level, and selling prices still, remain, the same. : : An" unsigned circular has been shown »me . warning; farmers.'. against "co-operative:bacon.: curing. companies, and- giving figures designed; to, prove that in .Queensland the proprietary firms' paid : i id.: per lb. more than ;the co-operative companies during 1913. : Now, two things immediately,.put. this circular out of count in the eyes; of any intelligent man. First, it is-., unsigned.; even the very printer has not put his -name. to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

Death Notices. : -i---i SHORT.-On April i6.-at .Kj'ncton,'' Edwin, the dearly beloved husband of Olive Short, and dearly beloved eldest son of David and Hannah Short, of Lancefield: h'cloved - bro ther of. Albert, New Zealand: David John, Kvneton; James Henry, Lanceficld; Harold Ernest; Lake Boga; Mrs. G. Duncan. Ferny Creek; Frederick Richard;. Lance field; .Florence Lilian, Lanccficld; ; At rest after a long and .'painful'lll ness.

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. —Farm Produce.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

THE MARKETS. HENDIGO MARKETS. -Farm Produce. April 18.-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 5/ per ton'; wheaten, £2/5/; wheat, 3/6* per bush.; oats, i/8; straw, 25/ per ton; flour. £8/15/; bran. £5; pollard, £5; Cape barley, 2/3 per bushel; new potatoes, Carmens, £6 10/ per ton;,Pinkeyes. £5/10/; onions Brown Spanish, £7/10/ to £8 per ton; pickling' onions, £7 to £7/10/; Swedes. £5 per ton. -Dairy and Garden Produce. April iS.-Factory butter, prints, 1 1/ to 1/2 per lb.; do., lumps, 1/ to 1/1J; dairy butter, prime, ioid. to nd.; medium do., 9d- to loci.; sepa rator, 1 id. to i/oi; eggs, fresh, 1/4 to 1/5 per dozen; preserved, 1/ to i/oi; cheese, /d. to ,Sd.; hams, iod. to 1/ per lb.; bacon, 7d. to od.; honey, 3d.; beeswax, , 1/1 to 1/3. Poultry Turkey gobblers, heavy, 15/ to 20/ per pair; light, 12/ to 15/; hens, 5/ to S/; poults, 4/ to 7/6; geese, 3/6 to 5/; ducks, 3/6 to 5/; ducklings, 1 2/ to 3/6; fowls, roosters, 3/6 to 4/6; hens;'2/ to 3/; ^chickens, 1/6 to 2/6; l pigeons. 1/6 to zf. Fruit....

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. MINISTERIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. MINISTERIAL POLICY. Of surprises the,Governor-General's speech ." was^absolutely devoid; but those who love political excitement have the satisfaction of knowing that the position is rich in uncertainty. The unexpected cannot happen, for no sane onlooker cherishes any de finite expectation. The Parliament returned in May last.is a peculiar one, and whilst it lives anj-thing is pos : sible.: Of its remarkable features not the least noteworthy is that at any moment the Opposition can send Ministers to the country, but that Ministers are powerless to force an appeal on the Opposition. The Sen ate commands the position. It can - reject the test- bills: it can pass them, i The. : Ministerial ^majority in the Re presentatives can'miercly-send ...them up to be treated as Labor thinks fit. Ministers are to be congratulated on the dignity and determination with' which they-have faced the difficulties which confronted them as soon as the Opposition decreed that no usefu...

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FOUNDATION DAY IN CHICAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

FOUNDATION DAY IN CHICAGO. We,have received a copy of'the Foundation- Day' Celebrations in "Chi cago arranged by. the Australasian Society of. America. They took the form-of a "Dinner and Corroborec" on January .31 at the Hotel; Morrison, Chicago. The programme is' inost excellently. . got up "and contains ex tracts from Australian poetry descrip tive of the various States.: The' toasts were drunk with great enthusiasm. For the welcome .tableau, . entitled "Aus tralia's Crowning.'" verses were sung for each State, of which the following are examples. : Canberra-Australians. Though I have wandered far- .- from thee. Native land, niv native land, A loyal heart I. turn to. lhcc,': ... Native land, mv native land. O," thou art one from sea to sea, ' One people's pride, one destiny, Shall thine lie to eternity. . . Native land, my native land! - . Gumsuckers. , .("Old Folks at Home.'') ;Oft do I turn. to thee with longing, My* childhood's home: . . ' Old memories that come' a-thronging H...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. —Retail Market.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 April 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. -Retail: Market; April ,-i8.-Pork. 8d. to lod. pcr lb".; mutton, forcquarters/-.3Ad. ?; to ? 4id.: hindquarters; 4id/-to 6id;; chops,' 5§d: to 8id.; lamb,: forcciuartcrs, 2/6 to 3/6 quarter;, do., hindquarters, 4/6 to,5/6; roast beef, 4d. to 9d. per lb!; beef steak, 5d. to 6u.; best steak, lid. Poul try. - Fowls, 6/ to 7/ per, pair; plucks. 8/' per pair; , geese, 16/ to 20/.. Turkeys arequoted at 25/ each. Cheese, 9d. to r/r per lb.; eggs,: .special lines, up -to .2/ per doz:; but ter, 1/4 per lb:;-' honey, -4d. to 6dJ; bread, 6Jd. to.7d.>per.'4lb.- loaf; bacon, 6d. to 1/1 per lb.; hams,' 1/2 to 1/5; ?milk, 5d. per quart. -Hay Market. April; i8.-eThe supply.;of hay has not -been heavy, and sheaved sorts met a ready sale. . Straw has come forward freely, and inferior sorts were hard to dispose: of. Chaff supplies have not been so '.heavy, and good samples-sold freely. Manger hay, £4 10/ to £5: do. sheaves. £3 to £3/5/; chaffing do.,' £2/5/ to £2/10/: Vic torian ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914

[ Simplicity is a prc.-.t filing la a ce\vin<r lancliine.-capccielly when you livs in the country smd hr.ve toilx it yo:srsclf. WARD DUOS, i Mr.chincs have fewer parts limn 5 bsiv olhir-nothing to r.ct out oi order. roundscheaper tl::'.:i others We psv lrcijllit *° J'lV-'r stnt:ci< : guarantee every machine-itr.d let von linve it 0:1 eauv ?Write tor illustrated Catalo;;-f>oit tree. Midlines c! nil mnfcy.i repaired. Needles and I'arts su'.ip'.icu ior any Machine. 53-38 ERHCL STREET, ! RORTH HEIB0UB?3E. "WILLING TO GIVE HIS BLOOD. A young in?.n of serious m"-n? unrj i ?robust" appearance walked i t tie casualty ward at the Melbourne Hos pital on Tuesday night and said he wished to see-a doctor. Th'catten-. "dat asked" the iisual?que3.liioiL'as to,the nature o.f'the "patient's*'' ailment in juries. ^Thc yo.ungjrtjui' declared that therc was nothing whatever'the mas ter with jhisjj.jfout, neverthelessf lie insisted upOn\^eiri{? a doctor. Tie'Hvas' taken to Dr." ...

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THE WORLD'S MEAT PROBLEM. POSITION OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914

THE WORLD'S MEAT PROBLEM. POSITION OF AUSTRALIA. ' There arc several features (writes v'Pastoralist" in the "Age") in con nection with the scheme proposed by the Union Cold Storage Company of London to take over a large'area of Northern Australia which . deserve careful consideration. In the first .places-it is not generally known that the meat supply of the world is rap idly .diminishing while .population is multiplying so that,'everything points to. Australia becoming , the - greatest beef, and; mutton- producing i ,country in the _wor|d: In"most"cattle raising countries .breeders , have;, to - resort to hand' fcedinsnn the winter; and, gene rally speaking; the -rearing of the stock., and tlic,fattening or topping .off: problemj is^costly&icompared- with' ,-they.coiiditioMSiin:'Australiaj:.isrHcrfe- our graziers are able'to-rear"and fatten tlieir; aninials : rea'dy^for- the butcher on.;the native,pasiiiVes, and. in average seasons the,'matured bullock « comes from his'natu...

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WHY HAIR FALLS OUT. THE CAUSE—AND ITS PREVENTION. DR. N. DUGLAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914

WHY HAIR FALLS OUT. CAUSE-AND ITS' PRE VENTION. DR. N. DUGLAUD. ! . Your hair falls out either because i the-'roots shrivel up and die, or be-; cause the scalp relaxes and loosens; its, hold-'upon the hair roots. This is: almost invariably due to dandruff rrern-s which rob the hair of its nutri tion. actually starving it to death. To stop failing hair and prevent total or parti:.! baldness, the dandruff germ must be destroyed. For this purpose physicians and hair specialistj nowin-, variably prescribe a lotion composed' of i dranvimenthol' crystals, 3 ounces of bay? rum,rand one ouncc or lavona; de compose'e.1 Rub well - into the: scalp with 'the finger: tips;.-and - every; dandruff germ, will be destroyed with-v in two or three days. The hair-will stop, falling out and begin to grow at an..amazing rate, and brittle and ^catityV-hair^wjU' quickly-.bccomepEoit.^ crlbssy vand luxuriant.^: : The results following ..the; use of- this formula are. so; truly'remarkable; that I strongly ad...

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SENATE CANDIDATES. LIBERAL SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914

. SENATE CANDIDATES. [ LIBERAL SELECTION. . Interest in the poll for the selection .of candidates to be run in the Liberal interest for the Senate at the; general ?election will be growing during the next' fortnight.'- The leagues are act ing, in preparation for a double disso lution.; and ^havc decided to selcct six candidates-who will carrjr the Liberal banner: :3;Sixteeiv,;gentlemcn :have pre sented; themselves ;for selection. .* . Seuator' McColl is thc only one of these at present in public life;-.-He has been a member of the Senate since ;.i yo3. and prior, to that was for; nearly: 20'irears in the State: Parliament;;and; occupied a place in more than"- 'one administration. He needs little in troduction to the electors; throughout the State. ' " Air. W. J. McLean is a son of the late. Mr. AlIan*?MeLean, v/bosc-public' service is "part of the history of the State,, andvhas-bccn:.'identified:;, with GippslancL in ;particular,1and;, rural' in terests, ?? generally: throughout Ill...

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A UNIQUE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914

A UNIQUE GATHERING. - ^ r ThS A^ril Tmher of the. '"Austra ap.t-lst ^'Cltes- 11 ne'er the foilow Ponerr-'^'A' C';Vn,arkeC- (Rcv" S" M , ?lA unifjue soo-al sjatiK-rii)" "7r - G!1 U:c lSil! ^^nrch.'to -rive a public farewell to 32 member-; rummer of .-idhca-nts. who during the lvV11 "Wmhs havc amoved, most ly to the outer suburbs. They inciud ed -sonic ot the best workers Touv rItir <z1Z"i tWc dcaco'«s, church sec rai-tc,' ~s S n h-°o1 *«r«arjv choir rn S s' nan- S-S- conductor, choir' nvo CrS' 10 Members of the ciiojn t.vo deaconesses, one of our .!$£? ^S-^\d othcr°L^ 1" ,Sl ,Ve 31 c reeling sorelv the and i? >18 'T-' e;<cc!!el,t workers, "u u-ikc 11s some t me to rp ?OorCrJ-Hl,h!i c£tc"5 «"<!« pjsikh-sk ?depat-tme: friends. and they v^re ^t MasterCinSUiCeVrVC,!n thc,scrvict-' of the **»ZfzsvtnriK alAe'l'd'S! Sa-£°r-V ,ras .»-? v-s.»-v " aunaaj evenmcr. Marc1' ; nea our pastor addressed a li,W coug"*c^"at.ion on 'Movinn- Out ?' * remain.-V.E.L ' fr...

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POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914

POSTAL NOT Postal Notes, from 6d. to 20/, may be obtained at. all Fost. Offices; and are payable at all Post ' Offices from 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Poundage.- under 1/6, Jd.; unedr 4/6, id.- under 5/. lid.; under 7/6, 2d.; under so/, 3d. The values of the Notes have been so arranged that any sum of shillings and sixpences up to one pound may be remitted by not more than two of these notes. Should it be desired to transmit broken sums of pence un obliterated stamps, not exceeding in value 5d., may be affixed to the face of the Note, and the amount of the .Note and stamps will be paid. Victorian postal notes are now pay-( able in New South Wales. South" Aus tralia, Tasmania.. Queensland, and Western Australia, and vice versa. Should the spaces in a Postal Note, for name :of payee ? and payiiis^<^Bc'e not be filled up, the Note wil be pay able to any post-office in the colony. When it is desired to make it pay able to anj'one, then the name of the person and of the Money Order Offi...

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