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A LIVE WOMAN'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

A LIVE WOMAN'S CLUB. "It was with a great deal of interest l and curiosity that I ucarcd Marshall I town, Iowa,'one rainy aiternoon 1 AoxiL (w-riLeS'Gro.cc-Gray- ui'Tti't TfVo ^ten's -Homc Journal'.'). I wasgomg to appear before a .rural women s club to give a short talk on domestic sci ence. I had never attended a rural club of the. kind before, and I was keenly anxious to see liow. it was con ducted. what things were discusscd, and 'of what value it was to these countrywomen. s ; r "When we arrived at the farm house where the day's meeting, was .to be held; there were about 20 women there ahead of us. some sewing,:others knit ting-, several mothers-.with their chil dren, playinir about them-in the cor ner discussing, children's clothes, ap petites, and diseases, and two or three women scattered here:, and, there ex changing. recipes.. It was one of the ?happiest and .most congenial? groups I have ? ever seen. and. as- the meeting progressed I was convinced ; that a rural club ough...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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COMPETITIONS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

COMPETITIONS CONCERT. The final .concert of the competi . Stredwick 'presided, and. on - behalf' of the committee, tliankcd the audi ence for. their generous support,-and announced that the fine way in which .the public had rallied to the commit tee's assistance made the . holding of competitions next year; practically a certainty. (Applause.) During an in tervar Mr. Strcdwick presenfed, on behalf pi Mr; John Skidmore, an en ergetic member of committee, a gold medal to Miss Vogler for having been the only competitor during the ses-, sions to have scored the full percent-, age of marks. During the progress of the concert handsome ^bouquets and boxes of chocolates,tied with contrasting ribbons, were" handed to Mrs: .Gregory--. Noall- and to Miss Mc Lennan, who accompanied ? the variVv ous singers during the evening. Both * ladies bowed their acknowledgments. A similar compliment was paid the lady singers, who were all .first prize winners, and Misses Scorer and Wal ton, elocutionists;...

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METHODIST HOME MISSIONS DO THEY PAY? [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

METHODIST HOME MISSIONS DO THEY PAY? "Dots the. work pay?" was the ? question i'sk'e'd by Profeanor Mucld m the Methodist Church, Kynetoti, on Sunday night, while addressing the congregation ag a delegate irom the Home Mission Committee. "Yes, it does par." he replied. "1 know ^8 fathers of families, who as lads were friendless and penniless, and were res cued. educated and started into hon orable modes of earning their living by the Methodist Home Mission Fund, and now arc prosperous citi zens of the State. I know two or dained minister* in Australia who as lads were helped by the Home Mis sion Fund. I know s<ore^ of young ladies, typists, milliners, accountants, business ^irls. and happy wives who massed through our rescue home. Mrs Trudgeon, that God-given woman, that splendid mother-heart, lias had 700 children pass through her hands at the Cheltenham (lome, and she has loved them all. It is rarely that any of those children fail to make good men or women. Alt honor t...

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MAJOR MITCHELL MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

MAJOR MITCHELL MEMORIAL. The Major Mitchell memorial was unveiled at Expedition Pass on Wed nesday in the presence'of a large ga thering oi residents and the school children ot Chcwton, Sutton Grange, Elphinstone and Faraday. The Direc tor of Education (Mr. Frank Tate), Mr. Donald -McDonald, and Mr. E: R.Davey, M:A, and Mr E. Long. M.A, inspectors of schools, were also pre sent. - «_ Harcourt granite obelisk, 6ft. square at the base and about ;-rift. high, carrying a polished red granite tablet with the following inscription: "On 20th September, 1836. Major Mitchell, after- passing through this ravine, named it Expedition Pass. Erected by public subscription, 22nd April, 1914," and lias been erected on the side of the road at what is called the first turn of the reservoir, a very suit able 'and conspicuous place. It is fenced-ofi: from the reservoir, but open I to'the road. " . Inspector Long had just" started to ! give a brief sketch of Major Mitchell's i career (writes the "M.A. M...

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THE LATE MR. J. J. WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

THE LATE MR. J.' J. WELLS. At the Kyncton Independent Church on Sunday services were held in memory of the late Mr. J. J. W ells, a foundation member of the church, and one who has been connected with its activities during the whole of his fifty odd years' residence in Kyncton and district. The Rev. Otho Bryant preached both morning and evening, and made feeilng reference to the Christian virtues of the deceased gen tleman. At the morning service Miss Vojjler sang "I Will Extol Thee," and in the evening Miss Bcckmann "Abide With Me." Both .of, these ladies were competitors at 'the.''rdcent ' competi tions. Mrs. Gregory. N.oall, organist, played in the morning the Dead March in Saul and in the evening. Handel's "Hallelujah Chor... Atrthe'cvcning service Mr. Wells' ^aVofeite '/.hymns were sung. "Nearer My God.tcJ Thee," "Peacc, Perfect Peace." anil "For Ever With the Lord." The music at the services was particularly beautiful and helpful. After addressing the chi|dren,.upon the word "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

Educational Sacred tort .Ladies' (JoIIc^ ? CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNETON. PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1013. V -Inu February one completed Senior x^ublic, two matriculated, one cora P^ted Junior-Public. . ? "December . four passed ^Junior ^ublN^three; obtained ' groups, one v, passed, "^nior Public. 1 ''/ A total^f ^2 passcs was obtained, \witb n dss;,-let;ons_ . -Pupils received for Pianoforte, hinoinir. ^'iojK v^{aiuit)l5ne, Harmony vhnorthrind.^IviV^vritincr/Booklceepirig Draw iiiet. ?*. aintit^ ancj physical" Cul-' ture. . - - ^ SECOND TERM. APRIL 21, 1*914. Terms on Application (-c THE MOTKER\SupERIOR. ; CHANGE IN BUSINESS-FIRM. - .' MESSRS. GEO.VTHOS:, a:riMAs. WILLIS beg to: intimate to thopV.b Sic of Kyneton and District- that'liVv' have TAKEN -OVER THE Bull' NESS ,01* the Father, Mr. G. Ws AYILL1S; Sen., and request the con . i ? i15 u a n c e,. .0 £... the. loya L. vS uppo r t. accond ed to their father during the last 15" j'ears. ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr. Willis, sen.. MAY BE PAID at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

Trade Addresses. MUSIC hath Charms. jifyY* \V nr.' $ M Tfcte "tin n. SoDgs & Instrumental All at Sixpence. By Post 7d, PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR Sixpence Each. 'COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. MOUTH ORGANS in Great Va.4ety in Various Kej's. SemcS. ""ST©Hasp ©i?ci©i? to KYNETON. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR STATIONERY AT TI\ey 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, Cainpaspe, Clarence, Pence, etc.', etc. : , LEGAL and BUSINESS STATIONERY, quality Good, Prices Low. Resolve to Buy your DIARY for 1913 at once. ? ARMSTRONG BROS, have DIARIES for POCKET and DESK. AU...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Retail Market.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. -Retail Market. April 25.-Pork, 8d. to jod. per lb.; mutton, forequarters, 3id. to 4*d.: hindquarters. 4id.' to'6Jd.;ichop3,?.-5$d;t: to 8id.; lamb, forequarters', 2/6'to 3/6 quarter; do., hindquarters, 4/6 to 5/6; roast beef, 4c!. to Qd. per lb.; beef steak. 5d. to 6d.: best steak, nd. Poul try. - Fowls, 6/ to 8/ per pair; ducks, '8/ per pair; geese. 16/ to 20/. Turkeys are quoted at 25/ each. Cheese, gel. to 1/1 per lb.; eggs, special lines, up to 2/ per doz.; but ter. 1/4 per lb.; honey, 4d. to 6d.; bread, 6*d. to /d. per 4lb. loaf: bacon, 6d. to. 1 /1 per lb.; hams, 1/2 to 1/5; milk, 5d. per quart. -Hay Market. April 25.-There has been a Rood demand for all classes of hay, and, as the supply is small, prices are firm. Straw of good quality is selling, free ly. Chaff is 111 fair demand, with lighter supplies. Manger hay. £4/10/ .to £5; do., sheaves, £3 to £3/5/; chaffing do., £2/5/ to £2/10/;. Vic torian straw. £1/12/6 to £2/2/6; Tasmanian do.. £3 to £3/5/. --P...

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KYNETON IN '55. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

KYNETON IN '55. The late Mr. J. J Wells thus de- j scribed. Kyneton in '55 to our repre sentative^ some few years arro: Kyneton in '55 consisted of almost of two distinct settlements, the east and the north. No streets were form ed. Mr. Wells remembered how in 1856 his iister, who was employed by Mr! H. G. Parker, of Piper street', used to wear men's top boots over her own on her way to and fro from business. In the East end, on what is now the south side of High street, stood the stone cottage now occupied by Mr. Griffiu and at one time Pros pcct House Academy, then came Mr. Wells' Pharmacy, Sept. and Ben. Leete's butchers' shop, and a largs general siore and "oakery kept by 0 Mr. Davis, afterwards of Woodend. Then .came a small cottage which Mr. Wells afterwards bought -Lnd let at i£l per week, selling it when the rent fell to 2/6. Next came Rogers and Harper's store, which about thai time Chisholm Bros, (the sons of Mainl and Mrs. Catherine Chisholm, ihr. immigration patriots) pu...

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THE MARKETS, BENDIGO MARKETS. Farm Produce.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

THE MARKETS, ' BENDIGO MARKETS. -Farm Produce. ' v April 25.-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 v.-5/: per ton; wheaten, £2/5/; wheat, 3/6A .to.3/7; oats, 1/8: straw, 30/ to 35/ ...:-.->:.'i-*:per-z:ton;..... flour; £8/15/; bran. £5: pollard, £5; Cape barley, 3/3 bushel: V potatoes. Car'mens. £6/1/ to £7 ? . per .ton] Pinkeyes, £5/15/ to £6/5/; \ vonions, Brown, £7/5/ to £7/10/ per ton: pickling: onions, £7 to £7/10/; - . Swedes, £5 per ton. -Dairy and 'Garden Produce. April 25. - Factory, butter, prints, 1/ to r/2 per lb.; do., lumps, 1/ to .i/is; dairy butter, prime, ]oid. to 1 id.; medium do., pd. to iod.; sepa rator. ltd."to i/oi; eggs, fresh. 1/4 to .;'i/5 per dozen; preserved, 1/ to ,i/ol; : 'chcese, 7d" to 8d.; hams, iod. to.- 1/.1 -per lb.; bacon, yd. to t?d.; honey," 3d.; beeswax. I/I\-to 1/3. Poultry -Turkey gobblers, ..heavy, ' 15/ - to -20/ per pair; light. 12/ to 15/; hens, 5/ to 8/: poults.' 4/ to 7/6; geese, * 3/6 to 5/; ducks, 3/6 'to 5/.", ducklings, -2/ to 3/6; fowls, roost...

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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY A[?]R. 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

KYNETON, TUESDAY. Aipv The Outside Page.-Ben6?0 anc| Melbourne markets .will be vcui(j on the fourth pajjc, also the Senit^pre^ election. A YVoociend Kennel, ALivc Woman's Club and several otner iSjnu i of exceptional interest, includiruc 4»c i Algaroba .Fodder Bean-tree and^n.-i account of- a meeting at Woodend jj Farmers'- Co-operation. _ . Devotion to Duty.-Mr P. A. Fole of Kyneton. has experienced air ,in\ stancc of a lad's devotion t,o (Juty that M aster JolmvConsidine, who is in his' employ; went to his wor-k ai the usual hour on' Saturday, and. - in>. answer to ^his .em ploy er:s enquiry, said he-was far fron well.- Mr: Foley, seeing1, his conditio was by no means as usual, thoughtit would be better if the lad went lroiw ...Knowing.-however;, tiiat his employ^1" was temporarily shorthnnded,-" he p'c" ferr.ed-to remain. On leavingyntfthc dinner hour Mr. Foley; told 4ii^ he ?had better stay at home*for>{l4 rest. ,6t ? the day., lie could not-pari^gi of dinner, but returne...

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BARFOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

BARFOLD. Euchre and Dance-There was a very happy gathering in the Barfold Mechanics' on Wednesady night when the first euchre party and dance of the season was held. Though the weather was unfavorable, the night dark, and the notice very short, ten tables were occupied. Eight games were played and among the ladies Misses Carneli, Grady and Wilson had lost only two .games each. Messrs. R. .1. Quigg, J. Clark. J. O'Shea and W. Wilson tied for first place among the gentlemen. Both ladies and gentlemen decided on cutting, with the result that Miss May Wilson (Rochester) secured the lady's prize and Mr. W. Wilson (Kyneton) the gentleman's. After supper had been enjoyed the hall was cleared for dancing, when a few pleasant hours were spent to music supplied by Messrs Carneli, Matheson and Swains ton (violins) and - Misses Carneli, Clark" and Swainston (piano). Dur ing an interval Mr. R. Dargan pre sented tlie, prize to Mr. Wilson, and said that he regretted he was unable to hand over the ...

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THE SENATE PRE-ELECTION. ISSUES AT STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

THE SENATE PRE-ELECTION. ISSUES AT STAKE. . ~ The ballot, tor the .candidates who' "are to contest -the ^V^c.tqr.iaii;. Senate scats in the intercsti,j;of.,th®:-'til>eral Party closes week. Many Libe rals "may--oCfemptcd to underrate the irup^rtancc. of the issues at stake . Vey note that in 1910 the .'vote for the Senate was ticket pure and sim ple; that in 1913 it was solid ticket in five of the six States. They note further that a man of mark like Sir" Josiali Symon failed isrnominiously when he ran as an Independent, and that a number of very obscure, and. somewhat feeble, candidates were .re turned by Labor, simply and solely because they were "officially en dorsed/' "Names have lost their weight,"-''.they reflect. _"M en like Symon and the late'Sir William Lyne fell when without solid party back ing; a new-comer defeated Sir John Quick on his own ground when the swingof the party pendulum favored the tyro. We are Liberals, and when the time comes will support the cho sen si...

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THE ALGAROBA FODDERBEAN-TREE. (To the, Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

THE ALGAROBA ?FODDER BEAN-TREE. » i ? - -«. (To the, Editor of the "KynetW Guardian." Sir.-This tree (Pi'osipis ' julifiora) 1s a beautiful sh'sdj; evergreen grow incf to the hels^t of 30ft. to 40ft. - It. is a wide -spreading tree, much like our \va«fc. and can be .raised easily fr'oiM-sced in1 any kind of soil, if plant jn-'thc spring or summer months, and requires about two years tc, bear. It flowers twice a year, giving abund ance of honey; and two: crops of beans. These make the finest food for horses, cattle, pigs, and poultry^jan,d,xaccoriL-.: ing "to analysis." are*'mostinutritious. Thej' arc said to contain up to 20 per" cent, of grape sugar. 17 of. starch and IT of protein and other valuable in eredients. This ^trec' is ; a native of Chili. South America, wlierc immense 1 quantities of these beans are gather ed each season, and* on three estates alone-15,000 bags are stored; annually. It also "pro'duces a valuable' gum, i which gives employment, to- a large I number of peo...

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FARMERS' CO-OPERATION. MEETING AT WOODEND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

' FARMERS' CO-OPERATION. MEETING AT WOODEND. : A. rathcr' ipportant step hns been taken v by . thcs farmers of; Woodend, Newhanu -and .'the"surrounding areas, v>7hov hcld^r.'jiiee.tiiigat the -former iplace!^rcccntljV:toVc6nsider',thc.advisa >bilUy<^tVof^r;inauf^ratjng.:......:a... farmers', ijunion.^f-^Gfe/if.'^Adamssi-prcsidcd,j . and the foIlowihs'Srcsoli^ti6n_s,'jias.,a .basis rofr-iun'i6n, *;\\lere' "unanimously^.'agreed upon: "That a Victorian Farmqrs'-r Union be formed."' , - . , , - ' "That the basis of union be abso lutely: . non-political, in the party sense.'' ..^;l'Objccilvc:..To.-:'Safcguard ??and??.:p^0-?? ?:nl0tc"?ltlle common interests of all pri mary producers in the- State." labor unionism in.Jndus-s: trial disputes.~\\uth -the?" sgint pf- rea-;-. son-^and'justice, and at the. same time place- ourselves in :thc^best position to resist any Tunfair. demands or ;un-; reasonable conditions, being . placed upon us." "By the application of the co-opgr-/ ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 April 1914

? ..w^-WATSON-^hj^^^ The marriage took nliW ''i thodist Church, Fernhill M^Sf, day. of Mr Joseph 'Wa'tsnn 5'. V^ of Mr Watson, farmer 0f '''rfa Rochester, ..to . Miss 'mLu afe' Thrum, .eldest daughter 0« Thrum, .of "Lightwood Grb?VM hill, the officiating cl»rin? ' the ,R?,. ;Gc0. CaSor"?&" lg The church was tastefully\i by the friends of the bri/P ^ troiid?,- white roses etc -'Good luck" being, arranged ine ?0: sho.c wreath above, tlic- n»i th,e.r' was dressed in a daintv White. -crcpc de... chcne ' wMr<& tnmmecj, a special featu|t% elegant . court ,train;'-?'whwir* charming .effect. -. The dre« by Mrs.iSonierviiJe, of Dale-^ Stores,' Kyneton. The hr'5 . who, were also appropriate ^ srantly , dressed,- were Art. * Evalinc Thrum" (sistfr-'of 'thV^ and,,Miss.. Mabel " M atson the .bridegroom)-. . Mr * s?n (brother of the bride-S^' ed as best man. and.to tha? ! was supported -bv Mr \ c%' (.brother..of'the bride).' enng of the friends of.the.ijlr nessed the ce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

. Hacking Cough.-"For about two years my son Eric had a nasty hack ing: couii-h." says Mr. Albert \V. Cole man, "Caramba." Moncur street, Dul wich Hill, N.S.W. "Then I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and after a few doses noticed lie had greatly improved. Before we had given him the whole bottle his cough had completely disappeared. He is now strong and well again and sain ing weight daily." For sale by T. P. Haves. Kyneton; Chas. Matthews. Malmsbury. and all chemists and Storekeepers.; Trade Addresses POUNDS CHEAPER THAN OTHERS High prices ore only accessary when men have to be paid lat salaries to drive round the country pestering you to buy a machine whether you want it or not. ^A.RD BROS, employ ao Country Canvassers! Thais why thev sell * tip top machine guaranteed (or 25 years, freight paid jQ4 less than others on easy terms. When you rrant amacliine buy direct from WARD BROS, and save your hard earned money. IUustratedCatalogs pottireeoa request. Write for one to-day. Ma...

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NEWHAM AND WOODEND SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

NEWHAM AND WOODEND SHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday, there bemg pre sent: Crs Kenny (president), John son, Casey. Adams. Don. MillerMc intosh, Walsh, Anderson and McL-l hinncy. The president extended a hearty welcome to Cr. Miller, who was recently eleetcd to fill the \<i cancv m the Central Riding caused by the resignation of Cr. Harley. Correspondence. Messrs. 11- Hurry and Son. solici tors. Kvneton. notified that Mr. Dul lard had produced his title to them, but seemed very hazy as to the whole arrangement with the council. They understoocl from him that he would give part of his land in exchange tor a similar portion of the old road ad joining his property on the other side and that the shire would have to do all the fencing necessary. They ask ed for instructions.-Received. ' Messrs. 1-1. Hurry and Son inti mated that: they had put the matter re ?'?.the- Muntz appeal case before Mr. Mori e v; ha r r is iter.', and,: as anticipated, l...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

.>' Funeral Notice. frr-u3 » The Friends of Mr. JAMES TUCK arc rcspectfull v invited to follow the remains of )i\§ late beloved son (Al bert Arthur) to the place of inter 'itient. ihc' KyWeton Cemetery. t The Funeral is aoncinted to leave the Kvnet'oiv'Hosoital at 3.30 THIS AFTERNOON (Thursday). ; I. BENSON, Undertaker and Embalmer. Hi?h street, Kyneton^:A: . The Friends of MICHAEL .SMITH are respectfully invited1 to follow: the remains of his late, beloved ;wife-Mary to the place of interment,' the Kyne-. ton Cemetery. - ^ , The Funeral is appointed to leave his.: residence,. Redesdale, FRIDAY, MAY- 1^ at 1 pm. . ? .< 1.- :-.r . , J. CUDDIHY,. . Undertaker..--and F.mbalmer, Molli son street. 'Phone 53.

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COMPETITORS' SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

COMPETITORS' SUCCESSES. Mr. Goo. Lemke, of Ballarat, wa; very successful atj.he re'ccnt Kyneton competitions, prize respectively for sacreaVsolo..,'son&< by Australian composer, English son?;, Irish song, and Scotch son?:. He was awarded, also, first prize in the duet with Miss Dolly Trotman, and with Mr. N. Carnegie he obtained first prize in the men's duet He was sec ond in the champion solo and the baritone solo. In none of these items did Mr. Lemke receive fewer than on inarks,' and he" easily gained the "-old medal presented for the aggregate. Mr. Lemke'is a pupil of Mr. Haydn West,. Air T. H.,;.Skidmpre. of Kyneton, pupil - of Mr. H. Thomas, scored in every section in, which he competed, securing oyer rio1 in each item and 08 in llVe. xhamoion' ballad. He won the championship with 194 out .of a pos sible 2co, the baritone solo with 03, and second in the sacred solo with 03 mark?. Miss Yogier won (he gold medal for the highest aggregate among the ladies, whil...

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