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COMPULSORY TRAINING. YOUTHS PROSECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

COMPULSORY TRAINING. ' YOUTHS PROSECUTED. , , _ At the Kyncton Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday, before Messrs. Barlow,.-P.M., and Laugher. J.P., sev eral yout!is were charged by Adjutant t ne' the 66th Infantry, with tailing to attend compulsory drill in f'with the: Defence /Act: >?-' ..?..William Dourlay. was the first de ra , 'i and Adjutant Hazeldine de pose? that-he l^ad b'cen absent from compulsory 'drill-.on'March 9'.' He had been- raj hours'-shdrt in his drill at tendance during- the present year. In ;rePy' t9,'tllc.;Bcnch;"defendant said he fi i .n°t wJly he did not attend .the-drill, -He was fined 5/ and.com to thc._care of .the area officer Of 66B to. complete his'drill. " Ed\yard <Jon.es was similarly, charg Ci f?-e Wtls V34i- hours : short: in shis attendances. ; (As, an- excusel'he ?said-. lre> had^beenVout'. of ;the tdWn working and was not aware that he could have got leave of absence. A hne of«5/ was inflicted, but as defend ant cpuld. not pay it,...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON EDUCATIONAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

KYNETON EDUCATIONAL MATTERS. At;, the Technical School on Mon day evening MrrE. R. Davey, M.A., L.L.B, Inspector of Schools for the Castlema.inc District, addressed the Advisory Councils of the Kynelon High School and the Technical School and the committee of the State School and the head masters of the three schools upon the plan that is to be adopted by the Education Depart ment to co-ordinatc the activities of the three schools. There was a pood attendance, and Mr. Frank Stevens, president of the High School Advis ory Council, occupied the chair and briefly introduced Mr. Davey. Mr. Davey said that it was neces sary that parents should understand that under the new regulations pupils could be entered at the High School at the ape of 12 yearn and that no fees \v.crc\charsrcd until the age of 14 was reached, and that, provided the head master of the State School gave a certificate of competency, the oualify in<^ certificate for entrance into the -SchopJ was noi longer, i...

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

TRENTEAM. Fire Brigade Ball.-All prepara tions in connection with to-morrow (Friday} night's ball in aid of the funds of the Trentham Fire Brigade, to take place at the local Mechanics' Hall, are now complete. The com mittee organising same Have spared no effort in the arrangements, and patrons may safely rely upon a plea sant evening on the occasion. r Church References.-At the Pres byterian Church, Trentham, last Sun day the Rev. A. J. Porter, in the coursc of the service, referred with impressiveness to the recent passing away or the two young and promis ing residents of the district (Messrs. Arthur A. Tuck and Win. J. Byrne), and spoke of the uncc'^ainty of life. The choir sanrr hymns and an anthem suitable for the occasion. The Two "D's."-Two travelling individuals, Charles Pcnil and Daniel Baker, were locked up for drunken ness ,by Mounted Constable E. A. Smith, of Trentham^ theyfirst named on Saturday night and, the latter on Monday night. They were both dealt witfrby Mr. Joh...

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KYNETON WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

KYUETON WATER TRUST. The monthly meeting of the above was'1 held'^estcrday, there being pre sent':' Ciiirs: Spain'1 (chairman), Hurry and Clark. Correspondence. The Kyneton District Butter and Cheese Factory asked, in view of their being one of the largest consumers of water in the town, that the charges to them be reduccd and that they" be placed under the same arte as charged to private gardens.-To- be'informed that the request cannot-be entertain ed, as the by-laws of, the .Trust will not allow it to be done!' ,' The State Rivers and.Water Supply Commission acknowledged receipt of Trust's letter forwarding plan .and specification for outlet -tower' "and gauging at storage reservoir, arid; re quested to be furnished \Vith tfye'en-. gincer's estimate of cost in detail'/and also the "amount of funds available from revenue out of which the ex penditure would be met-Information to be supplied. Reports. The Collector reported having col lected £97/14/3 during April. - Re ceived. Forema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

Trade Addresses. |PX/' m. «*' MUSIC ** hath Charms. v V; * V\£ &K. i ife: 'The ^ ¥ ., L> <»)v_ * »VJ| r"Hi i . and. BEST Songs & Instrumental Humbers. .*v« #h\z 3R .k H :' -ft . "i l«^S 1 fc^fSfe. . -ft . /vU ^r= All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR Sixpence Each. /t? COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. & Vv . c' MOUTH ORGANS in Great Va.-iety ^ in Various Keys. ,.4a Send Your Os?clei? to ARMSTRONG Bp.; RESOLVE TO BUY AT 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, Cainpaspe, Clarence, Pence, etc., etc. LEGAL a...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

, VII.-RE-DIREGT ON VICTORIA. Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addressees. 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. . J 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 Holiday; not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage. Re-directed letters, packets and newspapers which are re-posted later than the day after delivery will be taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Any which appear to ha^e been opened will be chargeable as freshly posted unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper: as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rules re directed corres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

Used It in India.-"During 13 years 1 lived in India I used nothing hut Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds, bronchitis, and sore throats." says Mr. Archibald C. Mac affcr. care of Roberts and Sons, en gineers, Bendigo. Vic. "I have given it with great success to hundreds of natives, both Hindu and Mahomme dan, and in every case it has proved efficacious. Even natives of high caste often came to my bungalow ask ing for a dose of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, so I do not hesitate .to recommend it in all cases of colds and bronchial troubles." Sold by T. "P. Hayes. Kyneton; Charles Mat thews, Malmsbury, and alt chemists ?.and storekeepers. A Grocer's Recommendation.-"For the past 20 years," writes Mr.R. Har rison, grocer, Parraniatta i;oad and Catherine street, Leichardt, N.SAV. "I have been a sufferer from Diar rhoea, and although I have tried vari ous prescriptions, have, found nothing relieve me like Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. ? I always keep a bottle, for my o...

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The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

- ^ KYNETON, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1'JH The Back Page.-Glenlyon Shire Council. Bcndigo Stock Market and Kyneton/Pig Market will be found on the back' page. also Garden Notes in which Mr. Gray treats of plants and vegetables for early spring; A Curious Accident. A Favorite Song and other items of interest. Empire. Day Celebrations. - ;Gapt. Hurry presided over a meeting *jof Jla dies and gentlemen in the Drill Hall on Tuesday evening to arrange the Empire./ Day celebrations for 1914. Mrs. Rutherford was appointed presi dent of- the ladies 'committee, Miss Comer treasurer.- and Mrs. E. Gray secretary-'-with Lieut. Dettmann sec-: retary ; of Athe whole movement. ! It was'decided to hold a street, proces sion' and-a "military parade in^the Bo tanical Gardens on the". same':'lines as "last"year's:" the >Kyneton and district State Schools and . High School - hav ing promised to assist; and. .if- prac ticable; a .picture show at night <from 6.30 p.mi. to g .p.m.; ;Thc Hon." W. A. ...

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GLENLYONSHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

6LENLY0NSHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday, there being pre sent: Crs. McCarthy (president), Keogh, MacDor.ala, Main, Smythe, and Curry. Correspondence. The Public Works Department in timated that the tenders submitted for the, supply of metal on main Day Jesford and Malmsbury road were considered satisfactory, and that the lowest tender had been noted as a charge against the grant.- The same department acknowledged council's . letter of 25th ult. .relative to the ' amount of £50 granted: for Lyon ville springs, and stated that, the-mat-. . ter had been referred to the tourist committee.-Received. , -The Public Health Department urg ed that samples for analysis under the Pure Foods Act be forwarded'at* re gular periods throughout the year.-: Received. v The Public. Health Department drew attention to the risk of contam ination to pies, cakes, etc., exposed^ on the outside of glass cases or on counters in shops, and stated that it was,.desired, in acco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

Educational. Saerei}' CpEeg^ . db^VEMT if oV MERG^, -I l' ?? f < -v" '.'.?? KYNSTON. - - ' ? < - BUPILS'- SUCCESSES in 1913. In. February one completed Senior Public,- twp" vmatrjculatcd, o;ie com pleted Junior Public. .In Q'ctcmbfer'^fpur : passed="'Junior Public, three obtained groups, one passed Scniisr Public.' 1 { A total of 52 passes was obtained,1 with 11 distinctions.",; ' . Pupils are received for Pianoforte. Sm£mer, Violin. Mandoline, Harmony Shorthand. Tvoewritin.^, Bookkeeping Brawincr, Painting-,'and,Physical Cul ture. "r . I SECOND TERM: APRIL 21, 1914. j Terms 011 Application to THE ' MOTHER SUPERIOR. - WHY PAY BIG RENT? A "FEW YEARS' RENT BUYS'-A MALLEE FARM. , P.-Have a' nii'mber ,o£. Mallee , Farms' in different ? parts,Li froriv'1 £2/13/ up-' wdrHsV"^'1"'"" * ""N Exceptionally Easy Terms. Call or Write for Particulars. FRANK TAYLOR; Land Salesman, j Hotel Broker}? t&ci^ '?:28s'WILLIAMSON STREET" BENDIGO. . " j BUGGY RUGS. ?*».»«. Bugc...

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GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") The Flower Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") The Flower Garden. The planting of spring flowering bulbs should be finished as soon as possible. Seeds of the hardiest annu als should also be sown to have strong plants in spring. It is a good plan to label all dahlias, chrysanthemums, cannas, etc., while they are in bloom, as, after the flowers have died off. it is easy to get the varieties confused, with the result that we carefully pre serve some of those we had intended to throw out. under the delusion that they arc choice ones, which we have probably given to our neighbors by mistake. Garden labels may be made either of strips of zinc or galvanised iron cut indengths of about six inches. Strips of deal can also be used, and these should be planed smooth 011 the part to be written on. Get a small quantity of white lead and mix a little linseed oil with it, just enough to soften it, then smear it over the label with a piece of rag, taking care not to put too" much on...

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BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. May 5.-1Cattle: The supply of cat tle forward was a very indifferent one from a quality point of view, only odd pens of good bullocks and cows being distributed through the sale, the bulk of what were on offer consisting of very medium sorts, with a good number ? of nondescripts, and a fair number of stores. The total yarding was S13. Competition for " best- bul locks and cows in the early, sales was not up to last week's high values, but as the sales progressed biddings were more animated, arid prices, crept up to last week's : full rates, there being a difference of fully 10/ per head be tween the opening and closing sales, but. taking the market as a whole, it could be stated as slightly lower than the previous market, more especially in the . useful and medium quality. Quotations: Prime bullocks; £11/10/ to £15/7/6; good useful bullocks, £9 10/ to £11; medium sorts, £.7.-.to £S 10/; prime cows. £10 to. £11/15/; good1 useful do.. £8 to £9/10/; me dium sorts,...

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KYNETON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

KY.NETON PIG MARKET. At Tuesday's market 152 pigs were penned.. Receipts, £2/2/8.' . J.'-H. Clark reports: A small-yard ing of all classes of pigs forward for this market. Buyers from Melbourne and-Bendigo, besides local, were in attendance, and all-lots we submitted changed handsat an advance on last market's rates. I booked Si pigs and sold out at the following prices: Ba con pigs. good, £3/10/ to : £3/18/; lighter, £2/13/-to £3/5/; porkers. £1 18/6 to £2/8/6; slips, 1S/6 'to '30/; suckers. 8/ to 20/. W. H. Fysli and Co. report: Re presentative attendance buyers, and prices of baconers showed an ad vance. while porkers, which'were in rather short, supply, also sold well. Good yarding young pigs, and all breedy sorts were in request at rath er better values. We bookeel 71 pigs and quote: Choppers, to £4/19/; best bacons. £3/5/ to £3/15/;. lighter do., £2/15/ to £3/4/: porkers, £1/14/ to £2/7/; slips, £1/3/6 to £1/11/; suck ers, 7/ to 21/.

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The Vegetable Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

The Vegetable Garden. The warm sunny days Ave have had lately have caused the aphis to make their appearance. Where cabbages, cauliflowers, and turnips are being grown a lookout must be kept for them. A good spraying over the leaves in the evening will/check them considerably, and die frosty nights will, sooni do away with them. Par snips for the earliest crop may now be sown, but those: sown a month .later will turn out the best for next autumn. Parsnips -take nearly twelve months to comc to maturity, although they are often used when young. Cel ery. should now be well earthed up, taking care to hold the plants tight while placing the soil round them, to prevent it getting into the hearts. Lettuce seed for early spring plant ing should now be sown.

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SUTTON GRANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

SUTTON GRANGE.   Death of Mr. T. McMahon.—Great   rcgret was expressed at Sutton   Grange on Tuesday evening when it   became known that Mr. Thos. Mc- Mahon licensee of the Commercial   Hotel Castlemaine, had succumbed at 4.30 ? t0 an attack of pneumonia. He was barely 38 years of age, and leaves a widow and three young chil- dren to mourn their loss. He was the fourth son of Mr. P. McMahon, of   Sutton Grange and had been licensee of the hotel for about 12 years. He was respected by all classes of the community being a man of high prin- ciple, and always willing to lend a   helping hand to those in trouble. As   a member of the Hibernian Society   and Independent Order of Oddfellows he will be much missed. It may be remembered that his brother, Mr. Jas. McMahon, was killed, owing to a ve- hicular accident at the Gap, on the Sutton Grange-Harcourt road, just 11 weeks ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 May 1914

McMURTRIE–HALL   --       On Wednesday evening last week All Saints' Church, St. Kilda, was the scene of a pretty rainbow wedding, which is of much interest to the resi- dents of Kyneton district. The con- tracting parties were Mr. Alexander H. McMurtrie, third son of Mr. David McMurtrie, of "Dalcairney," Jallukar, and Miss Maud Hall, of "Eton," Ink- ermann road, St. Kilda, daughter of Mrs Hall and the late Mr T. W. Hall   of Kyneton, and formerly on the staff   of the Kyneton State School. The   church was most artistically decora- ted by the girl friends of the bride. The wedding ceremony was perform- ed by the Rev. Mr. Ashton. The bride entered the church on the arm of her brother, Mr. H. Hall, of West Aus- tralia, who subsequently gave her away. She was dressed in a beautiful gown of white silk,- with overdress \ net lace, beautifully' finished .wit}!0;' long court train, the whole bei/ mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 May 1914

Many a Sleepless Night.'-"Nothing gives me more - pleasure than to re commend Chamberlain's. - Cough -Re medy to,. all _of, my customers," says .Mrs. Alice Morrison, cr. of Carr and Fitzgerald streets. Perth,- W.AV "My children were subject to/bad .colds with difficult, breathing-,: and I "had sleepless nigHts with them 'till I\tried Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy. Now I .would .not be without a bottle for any money. .If my children -get a slight cold I ,give them.a dose-and the cold is no-more."- Sold Ijy T.' P. Hayes, Kyneton; Charles- Matthews; Malmsburjv and all storekeepers? and chemists. , : , Potato Crops.--The early potatoes which are being dug at' Glenlyon; Blampied and other .districts round Davlcsford are producing poor yields, the tubers being much affected with grubs. Most Enthusiastic.-^"!Lhave tried Chamberlain's Pain Bklm^and^fouhci it invaluable for sciatica,'; says' Mrs.^E. Burnett. 67 Wicksteed;. street, Wan ganui, N.Z.. ."I,haves also -found it a wonderful healer, ....

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 May 1914

.. . TENNIS.- :riy-f: ; A team of four ladies from Gastle maine will visit Ky.neton to-day. to play ; a-friendly- game ' with St. An-' drew's Club. . The players for St. An drew's, will - be ,.Misses" *H.' KeriV G. Comer,';M.-rRobbie and M:. -Shaw.

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 May 1914

' .;... THE'1TUR]7;.; .. ;Y. . At the Gisborne. races yesterday Mr P.* O'Connor's Lucky .Bean, .carrying gsfc. and ridden by A. Fitesimnions, won *. the,' Gisborne Cup of 25 sovs. .There were ^five' starters, : and vLucky .Bean,??.vent. out at 2 to, .1 .agst: \?The race was won b}' two lengths. About half a mile from the barrier Mr. J.- G. .Spain's Quipkbolt, who was runninc wellj, got his hoof -inta "<a hole- and ljroke the small bone .in^one of his fetlocks. , It. is.;probable ?sth^fc this ;ac cident.. will, . prevent' the- horse* from ever racing, again. - \ r"

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. ^ FOOTBALL, iV::-'. "Goal Sneak" writes ,in the "ALA.' .Mail":-" .-Kyneton are: bustling:,things; now. A match will -be,.played between the: old;.and new. players on. Saturday, af-; . ternoon at. Kyncton.. .A- player the' club have, .secured, ;and from -whom muchisexpected, is .Cannon;" a rover, from Eaglehawk. ;Darcy, a goodnian ;f,rom .Laviriston, is another new- man1 who.Avill don :thevcolors this season. Collegians ; :Avill . go to- Malmsbury. on Saturday and - play the local "club .Thev .have , been training, assiduously during the -last fortnight, and all their players are. reported to be in great' heart. -Fraser's.-arm lias healed, quick ly, and. he: will ; be. able -to take, his place, in the team when- the matches' commence. -At ..least..-.- one- of;* the James' will be missing:this.year. busi ness precluding, his following up the game. .y.-i'- - Foundry v,nil-have tb~start the sea son- j without fiye;.of' their players. Pritchard. Merlijerall. Burns, Ivey a...

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