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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, JAN. 20, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

KYNETON, TUESDAY, JAN. 20, 1914 The Back Page.-A variety .of mat ters of interest will be found on the back paere. including Generous Stamp Machines. The fascinating Turkey; Trot, Wireless ito. the Rescue, A Bal-.* larat Scientist. A Sate for Radium, He Broke About Even,.The Heart of the Spinster, and several, short crisp para-, graphs. - - A Much-Travelled Secretary. - In speaking' of the duties of the World s Committee secretary of the Y.W.C.A., Miss Barnes on Monday sketched.; briefly a year or two of her work. She said in the summer of 1906,Miss,-Spen ccr visited'the United States of Ame rica and attended four icohfercncesi: In September she- visited- Canada; Gc tober found her in Holland, and Bel gium; November in :-France, ^Decem ber saw her back to:the-United: States, and in Februarys ago?,'..-.she.-.' . was ..? in Yokohama to attend the Tokio Con ference .in April. .Shes visited Japan studying the problems "of; the-Orient".. May she ^spent in Shanghai, and in June. . igo^i.'...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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"MINING." MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

"MINING." " . MANAGERS' REPORTS. - ?'Premier. ICyrieton; i6th. - 'Water out. Men below- four 'days. ?About 5'tons good stone at grass.'.-.Continu ing driving and stoping south. Driv ing north on indicator at- 100ft: level. . - New Galatea-Energetic, -Malmsburv,-. i6th.--Drive in-2*ft. Shaft sunk iSoft: water making in face drive. A -Sad Bathing Fatality.-A sad bathing fatality, occurred at ?.Sorrento., on Saturday, evening,, when Mr. 'Chas. Rutherford Browne .was killed through diving into three feet of water.- ? At the time of .the fatality- Mr Browne was bathing with a party, of friends at Mr.. W. Howard Smith's enclosure situated otv the front beach: _ He went: for a bathe . on - Saturday evening- about 6 o'clock with five oth-' ers from the house, and was seen to dive from a- platform that-: runs round ?the "enclosure at a height of six feet from the water. It was not until lie rose to the surface:that any alarm ,was: felt.. He was noticed"to be in a.dazed: state, and , practica...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

Tr«ds Addresses. FICTION. FASHIONS. MS 1 CHANICS. THEATRELAND. v LATEST ,MAGAZINES FROM: :i AMERICA '' . " ; : .' TUST TO HAND. IaduJinl;: THE GREEN BOOK. THE BLUE BOOK. NEW STORY MAGAZINE EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE ALL-STORY. COSMOPOLITAN SMART SET SMITH'S MAGAZINE. -McLURE'S. ' - THE ARGOSY. MUHSEY. CAVALIER . V " TOP-NOTCK MAGAZINE. . POPULAR MECHANICS. RAILROAD and CURRENT ME CHANICS. AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION LADIES' WORLD \ WOMAN'S MAGAZINE ELITE STYLES . THE DELINEATOR. THE LADIES' HOME. AH Obtainable at ^(J|XTSON STREET. HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is Sold bjr A. STREDWICK, Central Pharmacy Mollis on Street, Kynctoii. Trade Addresses. Are ieht P .. We have an Efficient Department for Testing Eyes and should glasses be necessary we can give you the best at a reasonable price. 'StfteBmifSSLSKU (D.a.O.C.) Ophthalmic Optician KYNETON. Lenses Ground Personally. 'Phone 90. : . P. G. FICK, A.R.V.I.A. . Architect. 445 COLLINS STREET, MEL BOURNE, .. » > « ; « # o a <...

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THE TWO C's IN SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

THE TWO C's IN SUCCESS.. . At the heart of the word "success" stand, two "c's.". They are the bind ing letters of- the word; they link to gether the two syllables of it; the;/ "condition the acceptance of it as com plete. And if we did but think a mo-" ment. they may stand as tiie initials of the essential -elements in the thing itself, 'for the farmer as well as for the- manufacturer and the merchant. The manufacturer's success. depends upon the two c's:-capital and careful ness. .The merchant's success is con ditioned by his credit and his caution. The farmers arc beginning to see that the main factors in the new agricul ture are cultivation and co-operation. So much is wisely said just now of deep, thorough cultivation of the soil that he is a farmer oblivious to. his best interests who does not practice it. Renewed attention is now given - on every hand to co-operation in buy ing and marketing, as well'as in the friendly exchange of work in the ac tual business of seeding and ha...

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"THE HEART OF THE SPINSTER." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

"THE HEART OF THE SPINSTER." - I - There is a custom current among the baser sort, of men and women to tre:;t. as a joke the falling- in love of ». woman no longer young; and this - is one of the points wherein life is so much harder upon women than upon men (says Ellen Thorneycroft Fow ler in her new novel "Her Ladyship's Conscience''). Should a middle-aged man desire to enter the Garden of Eden the gates are jlun<r open to receive him, vvir'c the youngest. and., fairest of Eves stands ready in the midst. !o give him welcome. -He may have been; there often .before;.:he may hope/ to re-enter 1'ne magif-nortals many times a train, and he is right in assuming that they never, are.'aivd Clever :»vill he closed; to him. The mcr.e fact of his manhood gives him the right to a private key. - into -the-Garden of Eden, as surely as the fact' of his taking a house in Gros Av>venorA'Sauare-. .will entitle him to a ?private: key into the square gardens. > At Eden's Gate. , i - ...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. —Farm Produce.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

THE MARKETS. i.5END1 GO MARKETS. -Farm Produce. Jan. 17.-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton; wheaten, £2; wheat, 3/3 ;:er bushel; oats, r/8; straw, 30/ 5.or ton; flour, £8/5/; bran, £4/10/; pollard, £4/15/; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; new potatoes, Carmens, £5 10/ to £6; Pinkeyes, £4/5/ to £4 10/; new onions. Globe, £10. -Dairy and Garden Produce. : 17. - Factory butter, prints. M'.' i. 'ro 1/ per lb.; do., lumps, lid. to rt^<i.; dairy butter, prime, gd. to :od.; cio.,??.?medium, ~d. to pd.; separator better, ioki. to ud.; eggs, fresh, 7*1. to 8d. per dozen; cheese, new, 63d. to :-6id.pcr. lb.; semi-matured. 7<1.; ma f.irod,1 7-hi. to 8d. per lb.; hams. .i/-to t/i; bacon, 7*d. to 8id.; honey. 3d to 3id; beeswax 1/2 to 1/4. Poultry -Turkey gobblers, light, 15/ to ^0/ per pair: do., heavy, 25/ tot 30/; hens, 10/ to 15/; poults, 12/6 to 17/6; geese, 4/ to 6/; goslings, 3/6 to 8/; ducks, ?«}/- to 6/; ducklings, 3/ to s/; fowls, roosters, 4/6 to 6/: hens, 2/6 to 4/; cn...

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WIRELESS TO THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

WIRELESS TO THE RESCUE. Another sea tragedy lias been aver ted through wireless telegraphy. .On Tuesday wireless messages for help were received from R.M.S. Cobequki, which struck. Trinity Rock, off Port Maitland. Nova Scotia. Four vessels .went to her assistance. The Cobc quid had begun to break up when the coastal steamers arrived and launched their boats. The passengers were first rescued, then the crew, with the ex ception of the captain and n men, who decided , to remain on board for the night, in the hope of securing sal vage should the weather moderate. The darkness and the blizzard made the rescue work difficult, but all en tered the boats safely. The wireless 'calls ceased when the Cobequid's en gine room became flooded. The res cuing vessels drove in to the reef, their captains at fir'st thinking.the Co bequid'h'ad sunk, owing to their ina bility to ;see her through-the .blizzard. ! "(In'order to provide against failure of the wireless apparatus it has been the practice in...

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KYNETON & TRENTHAM BREWERIES LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

KYNETON & TRENTHAM BREWERIES LTD. It is now reported that the shares which are being placed upon the mar- ket are being subscribed for with gra- tifying results, and that there exists' every prospect of the enterprise of the formation of a powerful company being launched entirely in a very short time. It is anticipated that work will be commenced at Trentliam in the course of a week or so, and every preparation is being made for the introduction into Kyneton of a complete and thorough chilling plant to be worked in connection with the business. 'There are certain points in connection' with the first subscription which it might he well to herein ex- plain, as there appears to be a little doubt in the minds of some who are anxious to subscribe. It is stated that "the minimum, subscription- on which the directors may proceed to allot-   ment is 250 shares." The meaning of this clause is that that number of     shares must be subscribed bef...

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OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 20 January 1914

OBSCENE LANGUAGE. The Ky tie ton public will endorse very heartily the determination of Mr Barlow, P.M., as announced by him in the Kyncton Court on 13th inst., to deal severely with all offender;; proved to have heen guilty of the use 01 obsccnc language. . A: similar deter mination was expressed by Mr. V. Tanner, P.M., in the City Court dur ing the week, when lie fined a young man £5. with to/ costs, for using in decent language in a first class smok ing compartment." in the Frunkston night train. In this case the defen dant attempted to palliate the hein ousner-s of his offence by pleading that "no ladies" v.-ere present, oniy "other gentlemen." In the case in which Mr. Barlow .??adjudicated .defen dant said: that he must .havc_ been drunk and was not: in a - position to contradict complainant. His offence was, - Mr, -Barlow - said,aggravated in that the; -words - complained; of. .were ?-used: Avhen .-women ..Ayere^wiLhin cat"-: shot The indiscriminate, use of profane language is...

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The Flower Garden. -Delphiniums. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

The Flower Garden. -Delphiniums. i ho Delphiniums or Perennial Larkspurs are fast becoming popular as garden Hewers, and also as cut hewers for decorative purposes. It is safe te assert that in 110 other flower can so many exquisite shade? of blue be found. The original species irom which the present garden hybrids have been produced, were discovered in Siberia many years ago, and from there introduced into European gar dens. By careful hybridising and se lection the present race has been pro duced. Several leading horticultural firms in England have made a special study of the plants with the result that they now otler a large number of named varieties, and also good strains of seed from which some good kinds, may be raised. As the plants grow to a good size they require a fair amount of room in the garden, and are best placed well back from the edges of beds, so that lower growing plants may be placed in front of them. Except in the nearly stages of'growth when snails and slugs at...

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GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

GARDEN NOTES. Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") Questions on all matters relating to horticulture, it addressed "Gar den." care of this office, and sent by Tuesday of each week, will be an swered in Thursday's issue.

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KYNETON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

KYNETON PIG MARKET. At Tuesday's market 87 pigs were ] yarded. Receipt?. £i/io/-\ W. K. l-Vsh ;md Co. report: Usual . ra.-lc representatives present and J-'rires of haconer.s advanced in sym- j jiathy with firmness 01 other markets. ^ sth the additonal competition of leeders. porkers realised higher iig ures. and for young pigs also the de mand was well sustained at rather better rates. \\> booked jjS pigs, and nuote: Hes: bacons. medium weight. £3/5/ to -£3/10/6; lighter, £2/11/ to £3/-/; porkers, £2/2/6 to £2/6/6; stores. 10 £2/0/6: slips to £1/15,/; suckers, 14/ to 21/6. j. H. Clark reports: Owing to the very busy time of the year amongst the local I'armers, a very small yard ing of pigs came forward. Prices ob 'ainc-cl for all classes showtnl , a , con siderable rise on last market's quota lions. 1 booked J1) figs and effected ^ total clearance at tlifc . following quotations: Bacon pig's, gocti, £-3/5/ to £3/15/6; .'lighter. £2/10/ to £3 .-2/;,porkers. £1/15/? to- K&...

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FIERCE FIGHTING IN NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

FIERCE FIGHTING IN NEW GUINEA. . Yvlfcn the last steamer^ arrived: in. Brisbane from German New Guinea she brought news ol a reported niur der of two scientists and a.number-of; curriers on New . Ireland. From pas sengers on board the stcairicr. Gob lenz. which arrived on Tuesday, it was learned, however,, that' the affray was not as serious as was at first reported.; The scientists, succeeded in escaping :rom their savage assailants, though a number of carriers lost their -lives. The two scientists in ? question were Keampf and Danegcr,'' who'had been deputed by the Gentian..Government. to report on timber growing,on New ireland. ,$hcy took- vyfitb.thera''as.car riers, a.:.h.ihiioer of native^ boys, and it ru)iviars'{\that' shortly after landing-on Xew 'Jrelarfd the local' natives made a savage attack on- tile p~a¥ty. Very meagre details are available, but it is believed that about six native carriers :were killed- arid the--two -white men had a very narrow escape. Daneger is suffe...

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ASSOCIATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

ASSOCIATION DAY. The Y C-A. Conference now sit ting in kyneton celebrated Associa ton Dav in the Kyiunon. ..Gardens ,.,-^rda'v afternoon, to which ixyna lon' residents were cordially wejcom V jd-a i« that each association rpnrecented" at the conference _ should contribute a ..stunt, or Jurn.^to the programme. At haL-f.'^t tluu p,e rUelv tbe cirls marched in procession and saluted the coherence leaders «. th the Conference Song. Then tol lmved the Melbourne ' stunt -the Davs of the Week. Seven girls in white bearing a rainbow-colored ban ner and each one wearing a sash from he'shoulder, in one ot the prismatic rolor" Bv soeech. .recitation or song each girl told, of the activities, of the city association on eachday of. the week. Sunday (Miss ^tn.ers) tl Soiio- Servicc; Monday -(Miss Brad chawV Travellers' Aid and;immigra ' ffony Tuesday (Miss Mills), Sport: Wednesday (Miss Hardie), ^Educa tion- Thursday (Miss Mitchell) Heart to Heart Talks^ and Thrift .Club; Fri day (Miss Shiel), Ar...

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THE LIBERAL FOLICY. COMPENSATION TO WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

THE LIBERAL FOLICY. -*» COMPENSATION TO WORKERS. Nov.' that the members of the Libe ra! Party in the State .Parliament have settled their differences, which _ natur ally arise amongst men who think for themselves, they should be ready to frame and to pass measures which' make for the' highest good of the many. The triumph of Mr. YVatr and the reconstruction of his Ministry mean, amongst other things, that in stead of a plunge into Socialism the wage earner will get certain very solid advantages. Amongst the measures that will do I much to improve the position of the wage earner is one to provide^ for compensation to workers for injuries occurring in the course of their em ployment. Under the old system the worker's chance, of securing .compen sation if disabled whilst at work was very doubtful; the chancc of his wid ow securing compensation if the in juries proved fatal was more doubtful. Many generous and wealthy employ ers acted liberally., but some employ ers are not generous,- a...

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES. Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

UNITED KINGDOM RATES. .Letters. For every *oz. or under .... o i Post Cards, each ° 1 Reply Post Cards, each .. 0 2 Registration Fee 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article .. . . ° 2* -Packets. CGiTiTcvivcial Papers not. ex ccedin-g 0 3 E*j;ee<3ir.e ?oz. hut not p.x c'dvfting t&z .. Q i Exceeding 402. and rot ex ceeding 6oz 0 4 Exceeding 6oz. but not suc ceeding- S02 c 4 J Exceeding Soz. but not ex ceeding tooz 0 ? Every additional zoz. or un der up to 5I0 o; 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers, for every 2oz. or under up to 5lb o T Patterns and Samples must be bona fide sample, other- , wise will have to he sent parcel post or letter rats, for every 2oz. or under, up to ilb .O' t The maximum limit of weight _to the United Kintrdum is t6oz.. a^nd K-.r foreign countries i2o<:. -Newspapers. Each newspaper 402. or under o . 1 *Each additional 20Z. or frac tion thereof (see footnote) <3 ; o3 ^Newspapers sent by P. and. O. ste...

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ST. ANDREW'S SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

ANDREW'S " SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. The annual picnic of St. Andrew * Sunday school was held yesterday at % the Hanging Rock, and was mo : t largely attended, and proved tho roughly enjoyable: in fact, was voted % ' by all the. most enjoyable Sund.u ; School picnic of recent years. Thru van-loads of children and teache* made for the rendezvous in the earh morning, followed after lunch by ma'"'-* drag-loads of adults and friends. The ~ r party camped on the flat and a liapp* time was spent in games, sports an J ^ climbing The Rock. The superintai ~ dent (Mr. Moorhead) and the seen.-1' - tary (Mr. Andrew Murray) and the ^ teachers (Misses Shaw. Moorhen Bowman. Batters. Fraser and Taiil*" were indefatigable in their efforts nj v promote the comfort, etc.. of the clnl dren, and wrere admirably assisted J1'** the Rev. Lithgow Tait and Mrs. Tait v Messrs. Robert Reid. C. McAlpine d ^ Garlick and other friends. A start * was made for home about six. all ar-^ ~ riving safely, with no mishap, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

"._A ... WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING [*"( Pleases V* WARD ISEWmS MACHIKSSj -riiipir" TTi;e>; you art r.ot scwiiij; the "Uropher.d" Machine makes a Bii'.ciiuid table, and the machine jUc;? it shut away out oJ the reach of the dust "and the children. ;,;\VA:iO'.-BROS.-,.'I»ro?hcad". costs .rounds luss than others, freight pai.l to your station. "Write to-day (or illnrtrotefi rCatalog telling you ail about this ail our many other styles. . ? ?Machines «f clV makes repaired, . 2>eeulesand J'aitssupylied lor any ; 33-38 EftilGL STREET, KGHTH FilELBOURME. ^ \^KgwrCT«;wragiAii A. Watkiuson MOLLISON STREET, KYNETON. a^gar-** r-Tfc"* TANKS made, 100 to 10,000 gallons. ALSTON WINDMILLS fixed and repaired. Large Stock WATER-PIPES and . ITT1NGS; WATER TROUGHS, tec! or gai- iron; GARDEN HOSE .1.0 FITTINGS. GRET^EN LIGHTS supplied and uxed AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS Should Go To AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTIONS INSURE Your LIVE STOCK with the Australian Mutual Live Stock Insur ance Society, Ltd....

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

ELEGRAMS. Ordinary office hours. 9 -a.ntsSjg&i&i i>.m. (Sundays excepted). V Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, free oiiev mile from office. Where no .messen-: srers are employed, telegrams remaiV at the office until called for . - -Victoria --. Within radius of 15 miles from any telegraph . office, 16 words, including address and signature n t Within the State, but outside ; .the 15 mile radius, 16 words including address and signa ture o v Every additional word, extra 0 ' -Interstate. 16 words, including address and signature , ? 0 -New Zealand.-* Minimum charge of' 4ld. a word Address and signature charged for a? part of messaee. -United Kingdom. A, uniform rate of 3/ per word. -New Caledonia. Each : word ud. The address ano signature count as-part of message STAMP' DUTIES. Receipts-£2 and over, id. - Bills-£25 and under,,6cl.; £50, 1/; £75, 1/6; £100, 2/; £150, 3/, and so' on, being 1/ for every £50 or fraction, of same.

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Y.W.C.A. AT PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 22 January 1914

y.W.C.A. AT PLAY. On Monday afternoon the YAV.C.A. girls held a sports meeting in the II Ivyneton Botanical Gardens. This !§ field sports' day is a time of great p fellowship and much fun. The sports jft were suggested on the lines of those .!§ used on "sports day" in the Y.W.C.A., §| Calcutta. Such an afternoon's amuse- H ment not only provides wholesome re- 11 creation and cnoyment, but promotes. I| a true esprit.de corps, amongst those fig gathered at conference. Many of the 8 events were of a highly amusing char- IS acter. and the prize list was as fol- & lows: Skipping contest-Miss Eleanor S Sims. Melbourne. Bun-eating-Rev. gg F. A. W. Kilbey. Bendigo, i; Miss g Geddes.' Auckland. 2. Team race- P .Melbourne Y.W.C.A. Peanut race Miss Bowers. 1: Miss Bradshaw 2. ^ 50 Yards Flat Race-Miss Geddes, Auckland. 1: Miss Sims. Melbourne, r 2. Obstacle Race-Miss Sims and Withers, Melbourne. 1: Miss Mills, 2. || Secretaries' race-Miss H. F. Barnes, f| 1; Miss Sims, 2. Wrestling mat...

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