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SPORTING NOTES. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES. TENNIS. Monday'next, 27th inst., is the open .incf day of the ' Castlemaine . Tennis ..Club, and a general invitation has been issued fov the club to its friends. Advantage' will lie taken of the op portunity to hold a mixed doubles ;.:Open .handicap., for ;which two first j -trophies^ of £ i/.i/- eacli and. two sec i ond. troohies- of! 10/6 each have been provided.- "Entries (3/;per. pair) may ; be left with Mr. M. Hurry, lion."see-: retary* K.T.C.. not later than Wed nesday next. An Old Nurse for 'Children.-"Mr&lt; ' Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for Chil-' dren Teething. It- Soothes the Child. Soften the Gum. A.llavs all "Pain." Cures Wind,. Colic, and. is the Best Remedy for' Diarrhoeas j Directions > for using ."Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup":-For a child under a month old. 6 to TO drops; three mouths old. half; a teaspnonrul; six months old and upwards, a teaspoonful three or four times a- day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the abo.ve, doses every two hours unti...
KYNETON COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. DRUNK IX CHARGE OF HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914
KYNETON COURT OF -PETTY SESSIONS. DRUNK IX CHARGE OF HORSE. At the Kyneton Court of Petty Se's-' sions on Tuesday, before Messrs;: Barlow, P.M.,. and Boitrke,_ J.P.. M. Dwyer was charcred with' being- drunk 'whilst in charge of a, horse at Tyklen on the nis'h't of April 4. Sergeant iO'Bri.e""' prosecuted.. and; Mr Frank Sappeared for defendant, who -was not present. Mr. Stevens plead ed guilty on behalL.ctf^hjs^clicnt. . Constable Downci," of Tyl'den." de-. posed' that' at 11.20 on the night in question -accused, whilst in a drunken condition, drove a horse attached^ to a gig through. Tyklen in the direction of \\~oodend." ile did not keep, to the road.'but drove along the gutter, near the footpath. About 20 minutes later he returned-this time on the oppo site, side of the road. .When he - got near the police station he halted for awhile and then drove across the road to the metal. Here lie remained, for s6nie time in the:- gutter beside the metal, and then drove loathe front of the...
TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 23 April 1914
TRENTHAM. -4X& Sad Occurrence.-A feeling of most sincere regret is manifest throughout the Trentham-district untimely passing away of William John Byrne, a prominent and widely respectcd .young Trenthamitc. The sad occur rence took place in the fever ward at the Kyncton Hospital early on Wed n'esdaj' morning. It is only about three weeks sincc the young man one of the most robust and nromising of our residents-took ill, and some days later his removal to the institu tion named was effected. His condi tion was considered very grave from the outset and unfortunately the best of treatment proved unavailing. De ceased was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs'.-Anthony Byrne of the Blue Mount, very highly esteemed resi dents. He was a native of this dis trict, and was only "38 years of age. ?He.was also a nephew of Mrs. Mc Grath of Donnithorne "street, Kyueton About six-months ago he was mar ried to Miss Kate Brown, daughter of Mrs M. A. Brown, a well known and much respected resident o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
?s/inp 7FMK Ij, * ft /-&lt;&, . " "K L. lii XKJ MKW^ . // fp V /jf/3 teO"®!# The itching, burning, suffering and loss of sleep caused by eczemas, rashes and irritations of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases by warm baths . with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle; applications of Cuticura* Ointment. 0... . Cu:.-..u-£. Soasi and Ointment are "soi;l tiiro::sUoi:t tiuworw.v A liberal sarspUj of cacii. with 'Wrpssc * booklet on-the cr.ro .-.mi treatment ot t!io sslu»nd scalp, sent liost-frec. Atoa R- Towcs - Co* Sydney. N. S. W. WE MUST REPEAT WHEX EVERY - BODY TELLS THE SAME STORY. It is hard to say nrv.-.things about Doaivs Backachc Kidney. Pills. 'They i cure the lame and selling' back, the sufferer from kidney ills, and the -i troubles of those- whose urinary or- i ganism is wrong in its action. That i they do this is so easy to. prove that not a vestige of doubt remains. Pub ]is endorsement iseasily.'pro'veri. Read ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
Wanted. .i-'* WANTED.-A YOUTH, -about: 15 .years. Apply,at once. H. RAW SON".. WANTED:' - COOK LAUND RESS, also Housemaid; suit sisters or friends; nice home. Miss FLANA GAN,! High .street. WANTED. PARTICULARS of ALL FARMS FOR'SALE (any area) in the Sur rounding Districts. Buyers waiting. J. II. CLARK, Auctioneer. LiOst. and Found LOST.-A White COW, little red on head, mark on neck. Reward. Apply B. B1RRELL, Carlsruhe: or \V. PL FYSH & CO., Kyneton. LOST.-A Young Black GREY HOUND PUPPY. Apply "Guardian" office. For Sale or To Lei FOR SALE.-BICYCLE (lady's), free-wheel! up to date; £4. Gent's Speed King, absolutely perfect order, £3. Mrs. SALMON'S Store, High street. FOR SALE.-Beautiful 6-roomed HOUSE, copper, bath, troughs, 1'stable,- bugrjy shed. Nice garden and ;Hilvn;-.'Oniy si years built. Absolute Bargain, £330. li minutes Post Office. Must sell on account owner going away. Particulars, J. MOR GAN, High- street. . . Notice.". A.O.F., HOSPITAL ART UNION. ;Ail BLOCKS. CAS...
"ROBBERY UNDER ARMS." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
"ROBBERY 'UNDER ARMS.1 There arc few Australians who hav.e .not read Rolf Bolderwood's thrilling i story of Australian bush life, and .fol lowed with interest the exploits pf Starlight, the Robin I-Iood of Austra lia, and the Alarston boys. There are few who have not heard of that offi I cious police officer, Phil Goring,- and I his stern but kindly chief, Sir Ferdin l and Mo'rringer. Many have sympa thised with Aileen Marston. . and-felt I bitter against that vixen Kate Morri-*. son. The ' Melrose-Williamson' Dra matic Co. will -give the public ~of Kyneto,n;a chance to witness all the. sensations, comedy and pathos pour trayed in Rolf Bolderwood's book i>n> Monday night, April 27, when' they produce this famous piece, with a company." of 14 metropolitan artists,;. The company is one of the; strongest that has yet toured "Australia; and each artist is.a star-in his or, her par ticular part. ' Those who have not: seen this play should not lose';this opportunity of; witnessing i...
TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
TRENTHAM. The, Late Mr. W-J. Byrne.-Despite; the disagreeable weather conditions:, prevailing ori-Thursdaj-, a very large gathering attended the funeral, to the Trentham Cemetery;' of. the late muclr lamented William John ^Byrne, whose sad passing awaj'-'was'-re'ported in last issue of the "Guardian." Full evidence .of the "widesp'read' esteem and sorrow felt for the deceased and all his rela tives was shown- by the presence in . the mournful! cortege of sAch: a large and representative attendance. .In: .front inarched the brethren; of the 'Loyal Trentham Lodge of M.U.,' I.O.O.F. in good number, and then followed-'a full muster of de'eeased's fello\v emplojrees from Messrs Tre whella Bros' Proprietar}' Sunnyside Ironworks, work being suspended there for half a day out of respect to the deceased, whose connection with, same dated back several years. At the graveside the Revs A: Malley and W: A. Poulton, of the Church of England, conducted the final services and made very, feeling ref...
KYNETON STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
? .KYNETON STATE SCHOOL. '' It lias now become currently.-- rcr ported that some serious change,;is in contemplation with regard^ to ' t,hc" rhead instruction of the Kyne'tpn Stite.' 'SchooL ..That, the" proposal: Mf; given* effect'to, can only prove disastrous'^to' .the welfare of the many, children .wbo; "are" there assembled'.is buupatent. So far as it has .been possible^to' ascer tain it is here \vHerevthe suggestion, is to operate. ' The head master, Ijir. .Wollastqni W.ho has, scarcely become accustomed to his . new- .conditions,' since he has only been in' Harness here aboht.a weelc. is to be called up on to divide his time between the State School, the High School and probably the Technical School. ; lt is thought that he will be asked to un dertake certain work of instruction in all three. Such a division of his la .bors can only prove disastrous. .It is not -believed that he ctin be more' than human, rand the interweaving of his labors in this -.way'- will; it.is certainly...
UNITED KINGDOM RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
UNITED KINGDOM RATES Hers. '?or every loz. or under -. . . ° 1 Post Card?, each .. . . - . . . 0 1 £eply Post Cardc, c&ch . - . - o 2 Registration Fc-e .. ° 3 Acknowledgement of delivery °f a registered article .. . . 0 2® -Packets. r-v>mtnercial Papers not sx "Kcdinp 0 3 ?r>? 'v;* seeding 4oz ® Exceeding 407.. and ^ot ex ceeding 607. o 4 Exceeding 6oz. but r.ot ex ceeding 8oz .. . * . -. o 4* Hlxeeedim: 8u-. hut -&lt;ot cerium: ;oo:-: ? c "V "?*>' Jstn. uv an up to slb« .. .. .. .. 01 P.rini&tt^ Papers, r other than v nivvsnAQer3, for every 2oz. oJ- nnder^up to 51b &lt;3 J P:iti(;rns ahd SaHiplcs must ' .b- bona fide * sample other «. >--c wH1 have- to be 5ent parcel V'i\si or Setter rare, for ^ ever> .zoz or uhdei, m> lo . lib. . , o i Tbt majripinni Hrcij^ of wcijcV. to th* United Kingdom Isatiot. ?«d f*v foreign «H'nLr>e* isp.' \ -Newspapers.-v Each -newspaper 402. or under 0 ' t *Kach additional 2oz. or* frac . lion thereof- ...
THE COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
THE COLONIAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA LIMITED. The balance sheet of The Colonial Baakitof Australasia Limited for the Halfo'Tk&r. 31st March last has* been published. The net profit for the half-year' amounted to £29,230 ! 7/4. A dividend at the rate of 7 per i cent, per annum has been made on both preference and ordinary shares. £10.000 is being placed to the reserve fund, making £20:000 for the > ear, and raising'that fund to £220.000. The reserve ifund is now equal to one half of the paid-up capital of the bank. £5000 is being placed in reduction of bank premises, and £4485/5/ is being carried forward to next half-year. The balance sheet shows : great strength in coin, bullion,- debentures and; other liquid.assets, which amount;; to £2,078,787/11/6. This is- more than' sufficient to . pay all the- current ac-, count balances, and other/.liabilit ies, on demand, and is'equal to, 46: per-cent of the; total liabilities of the bank. &lt;? The bank always1 shows great I...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
"r TKLEGR.A.NfS. \ /(Sundays excepted). ~ Jv 'jg'"-#. A~*Pelegrams, ?? delivered.- at , r ofiicesj where:,there are. messenger^, 'free mile from office ' Where n-> niessen'J .«e'-s are.; employed. teir^ranis-.rp^Vsii ' rav 0:? .'-ifiBce until cn'leit./'sr . , >. v;-- ?? -^-Victoria. -. sVjithw: radius of I? mAlevtrotr. . ' -. v ?. v .. .. .? ele-oTAf.1! >flic«"r ;G .vtvorot. 'inchnlini: «'che*>s *t,&lt;: lis.nature . ' . *. " .Vitbrn the Statey ...but ou£s:d&lt;; .he 15 mil? radius. 16 word.? . -ru-hidimr address-. and sisrna 'uve 1 0 - F-very additional word. " extra- o -Interstate. 16 words, including address . and signature .> 1 o -New Zealand.-* Minimum charge of 4id. a v;crd Address and signature chareed for a? part of niessaoe. " ' . -United Kingdom. A uniform rate or 3/ per word. . ? -New Caledonia. Each word nd. The address anc >iamature count as (jart of rncssaee STAMP DUTIES Receipts-£2 and over, id. Bills-£25 and under, 6d.; £50, 1 / , £7...
KYNETON DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
KYNSTQN DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The monthly meeting of the cotrir. mittee of the above was held'on Wed^ nesday afternoon, there being pre-' sent: Messrs. Bourke (president), Hoyle, Barry, Gleeson, J G. Spain. Murray, Tu'loh, Raw son and Dr. Dun can. An apology was tendered by Mi Barry on behalf of Mr. Stone. In the unavoidable absence, through illness, of Mr. T. Carroll ( secretary). Mr. Hoyle took the minutes of the meeting. Appointment of Resident Surgeon. - H. B. Allen, dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Melbourne, wrote as fol lows: "In reply to your letter of 16th hist.. I beg to nominate Dr. George. Alexander Bvirnie for the office of re sident ^urgeon of the Kyneton Hos pital. Dr. Burnie has graduated as Bachelor of.Mcdicine and of Surgery. He obtained,1 a pass on the honor pa per in medicine. Dr. Burnie is a man of excellent character and: - bearing, .andwill, I am sure, be wholehearted; an service. His address is 'Lumeaha': Toorak' road, Malvern. Will youn kindly communicate ^dite...
POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
POSTAL NOTES ' ?. r'osrai Notes. from ocl to 20/, :>e obtained at all Post Offices, an&lt;r are payable at all Post Offices from S) a.m. "to 5 p.m. Poundage, under. ;/6, id.; unedr 4/6, td. under 5/. .id.; under 7/6, 2d.; under 20/, 3d. The values of the Notes, have bee: "so arranged- that an}' sum, of shillings and sixpences up to one pound may. be remitted by not more than two oi these notes. Should it be desired to transmit broken sums of pence un obliterated ? stamps, not exceeding if/ value sd., may be affixed to the face of the Note, and the amount of thr Note and stamps will be paid. Victorian postal notes are now pay: able in New South Wales, South Aus tralia, Tasmania, Queensland, arid Western Australia, and vice versa. V 'C-\.Sjhould: thespaces in-aPostal Note for. name' of payee and paying" office not be filled up, the Note wil be pay able to any post-ofHce in the colony When it is desired to make it pay able to anyone, then the name of tlu person and of the Mo...
TO SAY GOOD-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
TO SAY GOOD-BYE. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Pin ricli entertained Miss Hyndman and a >tw old friends to afternoon tea in order to say good-bye to the former, who left Kyneton yesterday for Shep parton en route to Brisbane,, where she will spend a year. Miss Hynd man has spent her life practically; in Kyneton. and will be much missed, !>&lt;H only socially, but in connection with the Church of England and " the Ladies' Benevolent Society, of which, smce the death of her mother, she has !?cen a member of committee. _ Mrs. linncll was assisted in her duties as '?'.'Stess by Mrs. Foster and_ the -pisses Brockelbank. After a delicioifS ^ternoon tea had been serv.efl,»'Miss Armsrron'j;. on.behalf'.of a!fevvtof-!ifiss ''yndman's friends, bpresented nhcr ,v»ii a beautiful Nellief=St ewari) bahgle> as a token of affection slndr'rejyard' and Wished her every prosperity MndJ hap piness. Miss Hyndman; made abgra-' nous response, and "For She's a Jolly jood' Fellow-' was heartil...
MONEY ORDERS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
MONEY ORDERS. ''vCommonwealch. .-.?Not exceeding £5, 6d.: £10, 1/; £15. 1/6; "20, 2/ New Zealand and Fiji.-Not ex ceeding £2. 6d.; £5. . 1/: £7, i/6. £10. 2/; £12. 2/6: £15. 3/: £j7 j/6; £20, 4/, up to £40." America and Italy.-6d. for every £ 1 or part thereof to £20. United Kingdom ('through Orders), Cape of Good Hope, Hong Kong, So ?rnaljland, Peru, Natal, Ceylon, India, Transvaal. Orange River. Germany, and 'Canada, 6d. for every £1 or part thereof to £40 , Money Order Office closes noon Saturdays
SPORTING NOTES. GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES. GOLF. A meeting of the lady members;&lt;pf teh Kvneton Golf Club was held-'in the chess room yesterday to elect ofnee- bearers, and the following' were chosen: Secretary. Mrs. J. C. Rennie; captain. Mrs. Rennick; committee, Mrs. Ewing. Mrs. Duncan and Miss Johnson. It was unanimously decided to convey to Miss Janet Murray the ? egret which the .club feels at losing the advantages of her attentions. All te.t that she was practically the foun der ot the club and that without her Si!v;ce and encouragement in the past success would have been almost im possible. - V
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. Telegraph "Money Orders are is^ sued and paid at all Money Order Offices. Money can be remitted by telegraph to any Money Order Office (which is also a telegraph office) in Victoria upon payment, of the charge for a message of 16 words, or to the neighbouring colonies upon payment of the charge for a telegram of. if words, in addition to the usual ra.tr of commission. ,
CONGRATULATORY SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
CONGRATULATORY SPEECHES. lust prior to the rendition of the: last item at the competitions on Thursday night Mr. A. Strechvick president) asked that a cordial vote of thanks be passed to the judges for their uniform courtesy and attention. Without making invidious compari sons. he could say that they had never had hotter judges than the present. To Mrs. Fred. Armstrong and her abstains for the decorations of the stage their thanks were.due. and also tii the press for their full and sympa thetic notices. in response Mr. Lavater said that the only fiy in the ointment in adjudi cating at Kvneton was the rush ..of adjudications in the last few sessions.. The system might hemodified a little. The accompanist had arduous labor, inn the accompaniments were excel lently played, and the competitors, especially in the male sections, were equal in ability to male competitors anywhere in Australia. He felt that the secretary merited a special vote of thanks for his arduous labors, which were do...
[?]ails Received at Post-office Kyneton From [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
V!3Llr- Received at Post-off^ Kyneton Frotr v-^.ourn; 0.4^ -'-.Hi., J.10 *>.fri._ "i 0 p.Ki.: '.l?o at 6.30 a.m. Down ». 6.. 040 a.m.. 3 p.m.. 0 p.m. frsnthatn, at 9.40 a.rn Woodend, at 9 p.m.. included in irwn T.P.O. at 0.40 asd 3 p.m. Semiigo, at S'so a.m.. 2.10 p.m.. and 3 p.m. Up T.P.O., at 2.10 p.m., and 0 p.m. Metcalfe, at S.30 a.m. Euireceir.bc, Lan^tcy. and Sidonia, 5: ?o p.m.. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Spring-fcill and Upper Coliban, at rjo p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Piper's Creek and Pastoria East, at ijo p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Sa mrdsy Lauriston. daily at 12.30 p.m. and ?,.30 p.m. .Vest Kyneion, daily at 5.30 p.m. liarfold. Redesdale, Mia Mia, Green ..;!! Fa^r Metcalfe and Redesdalf :-snc»«on. daily at 7.24 a.m
POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-office. Kyneton, For [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 25 April 1914
| *%fZfncE TIME-TABLE. Clcs* at Pcst-otnce. Xyneton, f For v.-ifK'isn'c. ?! :! tn - p.m.. j,e«-Jiso. 2.# !'? ni' a"^ S p.m.-.' - Cp T.P.O.. i-.t 1.30 p.m. and 8 p.m. V/oodend, at 7.10 a.m. and 1,30 p.m. t.i/'lsruhe R.S.. at 7.10 a.m. Tylcs:i, Trcn:ham and Fcrn-hiU. at . J1- -.??? .-: . , Pawn T.P.O.. »-a.m. an-* 2.35 and > o.nt. ' Metcsifc, nt 8.55 :i-m- daily. - . . Slen!yoi». :i S.55 a.m. daily, Mahnsburjr. at 8.55 a.m.-, daily.'. EdiTOcomfit. Langlcy and Sit jlVVa, on Monday,. Wc * ami Friiir.y. Spring Hili and Upper; Col. to a.m. on Monday. Wedncsdaj Friday Filler's Creek and Pastoria Ui ?o a.m. on Tuesday. Thursday^ and v:Mrd?-.v - ?&%*' - ;juripfov. .ir »o &lt;1 ie-'£»* j " * ;iesi Kynetoi), daily lar'io _ garj'ohl, Rcdesaale, Mia, ai.ia 'wr«»n»* j! East ?MetcaIfe and ' 'ReUosdalr" .,t..-RC»r 'Da:Iv at 3.55 f