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A PROMISING CAREER CLOSED DEATH OF MR. ALBERT TUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

A PROMISING CAREER CLOSED DEATI-I OF MR. ALBERT TUCK. Very great sorrow was felt all over Kyneton and ? Trentham-' on/ Tuesday when-it was learned that Mr. Albert Tuck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tuck; of High street. Kyneton, .and manager of Messrs. Trcwhclla -Bros' Sunny side "Foundry. Trentham,! had. died in the Kyneton Hospital at noon from typhoid fever.- Mr.1 Tuck,; who was only 2S years of age, was admitted to the hospital a fortnight, agc>. and his case; was all along regarded as a" very critical one. and in spite of 'thq.upre^ mitting care lie received, death/ en sued as stated. Mr. Tuck wa's3of the ?stamp of young man which this~*com munity can i}l . afford to lose-lie should have died later. Full of youth, energy and enterprise-and keen inte rest in his work, when only in the early twenties Messrs. Trewhella Bros; sent him on a misison to Eur ope and America to learn everything that could be learned of 'modern me thods of foundry work. On his re turn, he acquired a-partnershi...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

Trade Addresses. # MUSIC hath Charms. The 1ST, Songs & Instrumental lumbers. All at Sixpence. By Post 7d, PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR Sixpence Each. COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. 1$, At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. , MOUTH ORGANS in Great Variety in Various Keys. Send Your Order tio ARMSTRONG Bp.: EYNBTOH. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR S STATIONERY AT I Tl\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, Campaspe, 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. ? AUSTRALIAN...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

vil.-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 oi th-? )<i<lrecces after delivery, provide':: the} arc re-posted not later than th». day v Sundays and Public Holiday not being counted) after delivery, and j do not appear to have been opened, ; are not chargeable with additional postage. Rc-directed letters, packets anc newspapers which are re-posted later 'bar the day after delivery will h> 'axed the ordinary prepaid rate Mi; whicl. appear to ha*e been opem wi!l be chargeable as freshly post.'/ unpaid letters, packets, or ncwsoai'f ?»* <-he eas<* ms.v be ? VTHRR COLONIES aNI COUNTRIES...

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BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. April 28.-Cattle: Very high prices again prevailed at the sale. - The sup ply totalled 622 head. The quality generally was very indifferent,-good and prime bullocks being very scarce, only odd pens being met: with; through the.sale.: Fortunately.-cows were bet ter represented and helped consider ably in a poor quality \yarding, as a lair percentage, of prime and useful sorts were on offer, but the largest proportion of. what were 011 offer ranged, from young store" cattle to medium and nondescript sorts. Right throughoutthe sale there was a strong demand . for /best bullocks and cows, and these made rates about 20/ in ad vance of last week's strong prices, the tone -of the market -being very good throughout, and winding up well. Everything from good to prime right from vealers upwards participated in the high rates ruling. Quotations: Prime bullocks, £11/10/ to £13/5/: good useful do.. £9/10/ to £11; me dium sorts. £7/10/ to £9: prime cows, £10 to £11/15/; good...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, APR. 30, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

<-> KYNETON, THURSDAY, APE, .SO. 1S)H The Back Page.-On the back page will be found the Woodend and New-, hamshire Council, the Markets, Gar> den Notes and a short sketch entitled A Gray Day in our Gardens. Death of Mr. W. Thorburn. - The death, took placc at his residence, Victoria: Hotel, Woodend, on Mon-i day. last of -Mr. .William Thorburn, son of the late Mr. R. H." Thorburn, ? .of.'that town. -Mr. Thorburn, who was r>7 years of . age. was the. owner and licensee-.of the'hotel, which; he suc cessfully,: conducted since t!ic< death of his "taUtcr. He had not been in "?ood. health for 'some, time :p~asi. and his deathly/as .not.unexpected; lie was 51 thoroughly; honest" and upright man; and:,his*, death is sincerely regretted at Woodend. . The- interment took plac^4n-^tlvc;!W'ooderid Gcmcterv on Tuesday-iafternooni-t'vo .funeral, being Urffely^att.enaed:-'...>'M'ost'' Ofcoun cillors; of .the Newham and AYoodend Shirei ; attended . tlie funeral, a...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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"A GRAY DAY IN OUR GARDENS." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

'A GRAY DAY IN OUR GARDENS." -«£>? The rain had commenced in the dawning, a soft, warm rain, life-gnmg and penetrating.!1 It hung as a "ento mist over-our'Gardens and fell trom the over-charsred trees m great aroi - . The skv overhead was one unbroken vault of gray, till suddenly here and there a rift of blue appeared, just a glimpse that outlined the ,,ca^ clouds, illumined their edges and cat them into queer fantastic shapes. . ;rrav day still and a gray sky. bl.u grav no longer, for the magpie chon had" glimpsed that ritt of blue and with one accord flew low from the hidden nests and then soared to the treetops there to carol forth their dailv. nay, their hourly, "jubilantc Deo*" There are little rainbows here and there, the white' Michaelmas fairv daisy clad in a down dropping veil'of purest misty lawn, smiles like a bride through her happy tears; the dahlias lift up their laces, and the snapdragons jauntily salute the sun. as for a moment or two his beams -ladden and brighte...

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

Educational, >Sacied Heart Ladles' Collage.; CONVENT OF MERCY, ' XYNETON. - .1 PUPILS' SUCCESSES in *.913. In February one completed Senior < Public, two matriculated, one com pleted Junior Public. In~ December four passed Junior Public, three obtained groups, one passdd Senior Public. r~ A total of 52 passes was obtained, with 11 distinctions. ? Pupils arc received j for Pianoforte, 'Shining1. Violin, Mandoline. Harmony Skorthaml. Tvoewritinp;. Bookkeeping Drawijiir, Painting, and Physical Cul ture. - .'SECOND TERM: APRIL 21, 1914. Terms on -?Application to -THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. GEO.. THOS., and JAS. WILLIS beg- to intimate to the Pub lic of Kyneton and District that they have TAKEN OVER THE'BUSI NESS of the Father. Mr. G. W. WILLIS. Sen., and request the con tinuance of the loyar support accord ed to their father during, the last 15 years. ? ALL ACCOUNTS OVv 1NG to Mr. Willis, sen., MAY BE PAID at the MILL to the New Firm, who will .t...

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GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 30 April 1914

v GARDEN NOTES. . ' (Written Expressly for the "KyHcton | Guardian.") Questions on all matters relating to horticulture, if addressed "Gar den," care of this office, and sent by Tuesday of each week, willjbe an swered in Thursday's issue. The recent spell of warm weather, followed by showers, make's this an ideal autumn for growth. This can easily he noticed by the crops of young' weeds coming up cvcrj'whcrc and these must be destroyed when ever possible before they take con trol of the garden. Seeds of all kinds of hardy annuals may be sown in the ooen ground in the flower garden. All dead rubbish should be cleared away and the vacant ground dug up and allowed to lie rough till wanted for the next crop. Spring flowering bulbs may be planted, including hya cinths and. tulips. These . should be planted in lip-lit well-drained soil and a little well-decayed cow manure placed below the bulbs, with a layer of sand 01* light soil for the bulbs to rcs,t on They should be planted about thr...

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MR. G. C. MORRISON. A KYNETON NATIVE TO BE PROUD OF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

MR. G. C. MORRISON. A KYNETON NATIVE TO BE PROUD OF. "Punch writes thus appreciatively, under the heading "People We Know," of Mr. George Cowie Morri son: The Public Servant. A good many years ago people who were seeking careers for their sons always looked with longing eyes upon the Public Service. They do so no longer. In those days the public servant was a pampered individual with lordly manners, who in return for a good salary-the cost of living was lower then-consented to spend a few hours a day in a departmental office. He only did that for a few years. At the age of sixty he was re tired with a most comfortable pen sion. and spent the rest of his days turned out in the State's well-grassed paddock. Since in those days, too, a politician had considerably more in fluence in the way of patronage than he has now. it goes without saying that these honorable toilless positions in the Public Service were monopo lised by the scions of the leading fa milies of the State. There was kee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

And Ointment Treatment: On retiring, soak the hands in hot water and Cuticura ?Soap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft bandages or old loose gloves during the night. si * Cutlear»8o*p and Ointment nre nolcl throuchoat K the world. A libera! sample o.' earti, with 3I-p»ge .:booklet ob the c«r« *nd treatment ot the Akin *nd ts«lp. Kent poM-:ree. Addrcsn R. Towni *. Co., Bydnev, N". S. W. AFTER THREE YEARS. Time is the best test of truth. Here is a Castlemaine story that has stood the test of time. It is a story with a point which will come straight home to many of us. Mr. J. J. Jackson, wood merchant, Doveton street, Castlemaine, says: "For a good while I suffered a lot from disordered kidneys. My back was constantly aching, and I used to feel sometimes as if it would break, and I could hardly stoop on account of the awful pain. I also had bad headaches, and dizzy feelings, and my rest was disturbed. I went on suffer ing in this way until I took a course of Doan's Back...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

Wanted WANTED.-An Errand BOY. Ap ply to C. W. MURRAY. ; V; ;; WANTED.-Boy, Smart" and Tidy. Apply R. and A. E. BARNES; High street. . > FARM HAND, youtC 20 years of 2ge. WANTS .EMPLOYMENT. Can milk a little. Ap**'--' .office of this paper. ' WANTED.-A- GENERAL. Apply Mrs. O'HAGAN,: Farmers' Hotel, Kynetgn. WANTED. - A Smart LAD to DINER30'' ^AR n ^'ANTED.-Experienced GENE RAL; nurserv housemaid kept. Ivlrs. rRANK TAYLOR, Yaklwin street. ^V.'AXTED TO BUY.-PIANOS. M?y.er visiting Kyneton next week. , T_^ st prices driven for Secondhand I and I pay Spot Cash, j j\L. "Kyneton Guardian." Lost and Found. LOST.-Yellow Jersev COW. with port taiI. Reward. " j. A. PUR ^nnSE. Wedge street. Kyneton. LOST.-Four Fat BULLOCKS, i?i.1r.^00r'1cacl's- Reward. W. C. AITKEN. into my yard.-Pair KAKLS. Owner have same paying expenses. JOB BEER. Powlett St.. kyneton. rpT^A^ ED from Pastoria.--A Bay 1' Pi^'G, 4 years old, shod; brand on « ,le:ir shoulder and T . oS side shoulder. Any person °v>ln? whe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

Funeral Notice. The Friends of the late Mr. JOE PERKIX are informed that his re-, mains will be interred in the Kyneton Cemetery. The Funeral will leave his late resi-,. deuce. "Thornes House,' Epping street. Kyneton. TO-MORROW (Sunday, the 3rd inst.), at 2.30 p.m. H. W. BROMLEY, \ Undertaker. Market Street, Kyneton: ZETLAND LODGE OF FREE MASONS,No. 25. . The Members of the Zetland Lodge of Freemasons and all Brother 'Ma sons are respectfully requested to meet at the Freemasons' Hall, Piper ftreet. Kyneton, at 2 p.m. TO-MOR ROW (Sunday. May 3), and atfer >vards to follow the remains of their late Brother JOE PERKIN to the place of interment, the Kyneton Ccm eterv. . J. W. McCORMICK, W.M.

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SPORTING NOTES. GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. GOLF. The ladies' first monthly medal match will be played on Wednesday iiext. Hay 6, over 14 holes. Players, who'cannot compete are requested to advise the secretary before ?Tucsd^ next! The subjoined is the draw: Mrs. Rennie v. Miss Brockelbank, Mrs. Rennick v. Mrs. Pinnell, Mrs. Duncan v. Miss Rawson, Mrs.' Ewing v. Miss Harper. Miss Walsh v. Mrs. Barker. Miss Noall v. Miss D. Wells/ Mrs. Levick v. Miss. M. Sutherland, Miss Williamson v. Miss Davidson, Mrs. Hardman v. -Mrs. Sutherland, Miss S. Wells v. Miss L. Brockelbank, Miss Haves v. Mrs. Taylor, Miss Barry v. "Miss Nance Armstrong. Never Felt Better-"I used to go nearly mad with pains in head," says "Miss R. E. Forster. 55 Iffla' St.. South Melbourne, Vic. "I tried al most everything, but the headaches were there just the same. Then I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised ins the paper, and thought I;would givfc them a trial. The first' few- dosesv made a different woman of me. for. they competely relieved me o...

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES. —Letters.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

UNITED KINGDOM RATES. -Letters. t"i every Joz. or under . . .. Post Cards, each 2 Reply Post Cards, each . . .. | Registration Fee ,.-... ° ? Acknowledgement of delivery , a registered article . . .* -Packets. Commercial Papers not ex ceeding .; 0 J .Exceeding 2oz. but not , - Reeding 402 . . 3 Exceeding 40Z. and not ex ceeding 6oz o 4 Exceeding 6oz. but not ex ceeding 8oz 0 * 4$ Exceeding 8oz. but not ex ceeding looi: 05 Every additional 2oz. or un der up to sib 0 1 Printed Papers, other .than newspapers, for every aoz. or under up to 5lb o I Patterns and Samples must be bona fide sample., other wise will have to be sent parcel post or letter rate, for every 2oz. or under, up to lib. 0 1 The maximum limit of weight to the United Kingdom is i6oz., and for foreign countries 12c::. -Newspapers. Each newspaper 40Z. or under c. 1 *Each additional 20Z. or frac tion thereof (see footnote) o o] *Newspapers se.it bv P. and O. steamers, wholly by sea, id. for every :6oz. or fraction thereof<...

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SHOULD DYSPEPTICS DIET? A SPECIALIST'S VALUABLE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

SHOULD "^PEPTICS DIET? I A srB«A$£jALUABLE I ..nv^epsia. indigestion, flatulence, I I oractically all forms of stomach i hie" writes a leading specialist, I tr0l in'neariv every instance the di I fl-1 rc^n't of food fermentation and I H; consequent product.on m the I tile"oCh of acid and gas which irri | stf' ,nti distend the stomach and I t?,L normal digestion impossible. I St &amp;lt;ms bv distending the stomach I "A pressing upon the surrounding | 3-"r organs, seriously interferes with I .'il-ir work, and frequently causes I Citation of the heart; but the acid I r"nich more dangerous, because it f !!-fates, then inflames,and even ulcer "L the delicate lining of the stom producing . dangerous stomach l-erc and even cancer. Food fer mentation being'primarily responsible L all the trouble, it was long- the rustom of physicians to permit the ,,ce only of such foods as could not i t-;rmcnt, but unfortunately unfermen j '],]«, foods were soon found to be so I lutein? in nutrition a...

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

TELEGRAMS.. Ordinary officc hours. v. u'.va.' to't p.m. (Sundays excepted). Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, tree or.e mile from office. Where na messen gers are employed, teiegratris remain at the office until called for. -Victoria. Within radius of 15 miles from any telegraph office. -16 words, including address and signature .. ... ... .. .. .. o fi Within the State, but outside the 15 mile radius. 16 words including address and signa ture 0 9 Every additional word, extra 0 1 -Interstate. 16 words, including address ana signature 1 0 -New Zealand. Minimum charge of 4id. a word. Address and signature charged for as part of message. -United Kingdom. A uniform rate of 3/ per word. -New Caledonia. Each word nd. The address and signature count as part of message. STAMP DUTIES. Receipts-£2 and over, id. Bills-£25 and under, 6d.; £50, i/j £75, 1/6; £100, 2/; £150, 3/, ana so on, being 1/ for every £50 or fraction of same.

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CONRAD POWER DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

CONRAD POWER DRAMATIC COMPANY. This popular company, whose nac will always be associated with the mous KiHamey. will appear at t" Mechanics Hall on Wednesday nest May 6. for one night only, when bumner house should signalise fe visit of so capable and popular* tists. Conrad Power is an Irishes consequently the studies oi his c°3! trymen presented on the's>age_^ natural and of the amusing type. Tic his singing- is so sweet that it bs®L one after leaving: the theatre, and tJ class of-drama he produces is c:® wholesome and amusing1. Cops^ Power has a picked company-ots tists supporting him, and he lias,"; a special set of scenery psinted by_| new American process expressly ^ this tour, and will be seen tor.!£> first time in Australia. Popular prts will be charged, 2/ and 1/. They sat upon the gas-box there,., Ke nursed her aching head. , She coughed and wheezed andgz-^* and sneezed. _ She should have been in bed.; He said, "Sweet Nell! vou'H-see*? . well, ' v . I'll save your lif...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes, from 6d. to 20/, may be obtained at all Post Offices, and are payable at all Post Offices from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Poundage, under 1/6, Ad.; unedr 4/6, id.: under 5/. 14d.; under 7/6. 2d.; under 20/, 3d. The values of the Notes have so arranged that any sum of shilling 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 paying office 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 anyone, then the name of the person and of the Money Order Office at which it is payable shou...

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A STUDENT'S FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 1914

A STUDENT'S FAREWELL. . ????? 1 Yesterday, at the conclusion ot the' day's work at the High School. % opportunity was taken of saying good bye to Master H. Blair, senior prefect of the school, who is leaving to .take up a position in the State Public'Ser vice. The head master (Mr. T. H. Stuart) on behalf of the staf? expressed "re gret at his prefect's departure. OfaS, boys he had met in High Schools, and he had met many, he had t'oasd no finer type of boy. (Loud applause.) If others could "make good" as hi; young- friend had done they would "do well. It would be we'll for the school if the boys made him their patten He was a credit to himself and to his school. Mr. Stuart's advice to Ka was to forge ahead and keep his eje on the top of the ladder. On'behalf of the staff and boys, he was please! to present him with a memento of their esteem, a gold-mounted totintah pen suitably inscribed. Mr. McCormick said it gave fets much pleasure to speak or his oM pupil. He had always found him...

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TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 May 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 aiso a telegraph office) in Victoria upon payment of the charge for a message of 16 words, or to the neighbouring colonics upon payment of the charge for a telegram of 16 words, in addition to the usual rate of commission.

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