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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 January 1914
Funeral Notice. The Friends of the late Air. PAT RICK DWYER arc respectfully in vited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Kyneton Cem etery. The Funeral is appointed to leave .lis late residence. "Rushbrook." Woorteml North. TO-MORROW (Sunday, the 25th inst.), at half-past 1 o'clock. J. CUDDIHY, Undertaker and F.mbalmer, Molli son street. 'Phone 53.
WE MUST REPEAT WHEN EVERY BODY TELLS THE SAME STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 January 1914
WE MUST REPEAT . . ... . &lt;£>? - ?. WHEN EVERY BODY TELLS, THE SAME STORY. Il is hard to say new things'about Doan's-Backache Kidney Pills. They cure the lame and aching -back, the sufferer from kidney, ills, and the_ troubles of: those whose urinary or ganism is wrong; in its action. That . they do this is so easy to prove that not a vestige of doubt remains. Pub - lis endorsement is easily proven. Read this:-. Mrs. W. Egan. High street. Kyne-r ton. _says: "Some two years ago mv husband had a very severe attack of kidney trouble and his sufferings were awful. He could hardly movevfor the terrible oain in his back, and was bent almost double. It was impossible for him to do his work, and he got so bad that-, he had to stay in bed. Several doctors" attended ' him.'but unfortu nately they were- not .able to : ease his: sufferings. At last they advised ;him: to-undergo* an operation, but my hus . ban'jd/'would not agree-to this. A friend . -'suggested that: ;-he should ' t...
MISS BRENTNALL, B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 January 1914
MISS BRENTNALL, B.A. ^ At the Y:W.C.A. Conference nowy . being-held in Kyneton Miss Brentnall,; .B.A. (Sydney-), has dealt interesting ly with "the work of the association in the Calcutta student department, of which she is secretary, and the only Australian who has occupied the posi tion..:- The association originally en tered India to help European and . Eurasian women, 'but ha swidened .its circle and now works among Indian women, non-Christian and Christian alike. Miss Brentnall, in the: course of her interesting addresses, empha sised the fact that in the Government schools no religious instruction can;; form part of the curriculum, and that branches of the association can only, be formed in the schools by courtesy: of the schools. The Calcutta Univer sity is an examining body only, the girls studying in affiliated colleges, the arts' colleges being only higher classes in the schools in-which the; girls received their primary education. . Several of the colleges have comfort . ...
DEATH OF MR. J. RICHARDSON A FORMER TARADALE RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 January 1914
DEATH OF MR. J. RICHARDSON A FORMER TARADALE RESI DENT; Mr. James Richardson, a former re sident of Taradale -and a well known ctrocer of Pall Mall' and ' Golden Square; died at his residence, "Bal-' gownie."' Snort street, Bendigo, at 3.30 a.m. on Thursday. _ -- Writing of the deceased's gentle man's antecedents, the "Bendigo Ad vertiser" says:.The late Mr.' Rich'ard son was a native of'Scotland. He was born at Glasgow in 1849, and was only eight years of age: when his parents sailed for Australia in the ship Bal moral. The family , arrived'., in Mel bourne in 1S57, and-went to Taradale, where &lt; Mr. Richardson, sen.,- acted as insnector of works during the con struction of the Taradale viaduct. Tames Richardson, .who hady com menced his education in» Glasgow, at tended school at-Taradale until the family removed to Bendigo at the lime the railway was being built from Bendigo to Echuca. The contractors for this work engaged Mr Richardson, sen., as their timekeeper. '-When...
KYNETON STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 January 1914
KYNETON STOCK MARKET. «ig)* At Thursday's market 222 cattle ;md 3736 sheep were yarded. Re ceipts, £19/11/4. Mr. J. H. Clark reports: A fair at tendance of local and visiting buyers. The yarding 01 fat sheep and lambs was not quite up to the average or recent sales; and. owing to the ab sence of several metropolitan butch ers and exporters, a deterioration in vtilc.es must be quoted. A fair yard ing of stores, although not up to the average, were eagerly competed for at late rates. Cattle-A good yard ing of fats, consisting principally or good quality light weight bullocks, with a sprinkling of cows and heifers. Sales opened fairly l^riskly, but to wards the close became somewhat dragging, consequently late rates were-not maintained. Fair yarding stores and springers, which met with ready sale at-late rates. I booked 672 sheep and. lambs and.42. cattle, and effected a'^ totals clearance/ at the fol lowing; -quotations: . .Cattle.-Fat bul locks. light;Aveights;.:.i:£6/i9/ .to £3; fat...
MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 January 1914
MALMSBUilY. Constable Corry's Departures Constable Cqrry, the officer in charS iicjf . local police station, -has- be«, prb'mofed to the rank- of senior coV stable. He goes to M'elbourne. Du-. ing- his residence here of about thre» .-years-he- has discharged the duties' of his office in a-most satisfactory"^ highly- efficient;: manner. Ci"tizen; .wish.Jiim every future success. It j13* not yet transpired - who will succeed him .Malmsbiiryr :: EniUigemcnt. The engagement is announced of Ivi r. Bertram Charl«5 Bound}', youngest son of Mr and W. Boundy. oT'Tark View," West garth street. Northcote. and Miss Daisy Maxwell Callaway, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs G. Callaway, of "Maxwelton." Xelson road. South Melbourne. Harry: G. Hawker.-Everyone who ever heard of????the Hawker family^ Balaclava is-claiming acquaintance ship with Airman 'Harry G. Hawker whose family has been well known in the . suburbs for many years. j: Rose Ellis, the barrel _ dancer, wh-> threatens to ily with him....
Kyneton v. South Melbourne Football Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
Kyneton v. South Melbourne Football .. Cricket Club. A team from the South Melbourne Football Cricket Club came to Kyne tQn by the express on Saturday even ing. vOn Sunday,-at the invitation of the local club, they were driven out to the Trentham Falls, and on Mon day they engaged the local team in a match on Barkljr 'Square. Play commenced about-n- o'clock Kyne ton^batted, first and were all disposed of.'..Before :'lunch:;foiv 96run s: £*.(?)ri. rc^; suming cafter ;lunch the visitors'made 153, and Kyneton had another turn with the willow; but could only man age to rake up S8. Scores: -Kyneton. First Innnings S. Ilorton, c" Turner, b Hiddle stone '. .. 3 W Simpson, b Hiddlestone .. .. 8 f F. Fincher. b Hiddlestone .. ,1 R. Williams, b Maguire ...... 3S W. Young. sen., b Hiddlestone . 0 H.. Stredwick, b Wellington ; .10 W. Morris, c Maguire, b Graven 5 T. Sutherland, c~ Maguire," b Cra ven ' .. .. ' 0 Young jun., c Maguire", b Craven 9 K Grant,1 not out 4 Robinson, _b Middleton .. .....
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Kyneton v. Taradale. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
SEOBTING NOTES. , . ; - CRICKET. KYNETON"DISTRICT ASSOCIA F-r-IRV '.-. . . TION. .FL-JRI' In .M ^SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Kyneton v. Taradale. I Sialic ; vabove teams met on Barkly Square on Saturday. and the game "re-: :.sultecl'-; in van easy.. win for , the-. home" team. .^Taradale had . a very*"' 'weak* team, and were all dismissed for 38. Kyneton knocked up 205 for seven wickets; Scores: -Taradale.- ~ " Watsfordi c Horton, b" S: Stred-*' "wick .V "\*. .j".' 3 A. Gamble/ l.b.w., b Stredwick* . . ,1 L JPicken, b Stredwick^ * 8 R. Abbott, b Sutherland--1.. 1 F.'Boldmgr. b Sutherland .. . 5 J. Grant, l.b.w., b Sutherland , 2 Robinson.'b Sutherland A. Talbot, &lt;b Sutherland 5 A. Cnbbes, b Sutherland o W. Gallagher, b Stredwick .. /. - o T McAlpine, b Sutherland .7'". ./ 0 Smith,''b Stredwick . .v . .. E 1 o Blaii, "iiot-out'^ V.- 10 Sundiies .7 .. .&lt;. 1 Total .\. * 38 Bowling-S. Stredwick,f-5*for."ic); T. Sutherland, 7 foi iS -Kyneton: >*> ' ' i S. I-Iorton. l....
SPINELESS CACTUS PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
SPINELESS CACTUS PLANTS. , The.consignment.of spineless cactus !. plants brought by Mr John McClurg, an American land seeker, from the Burbank nurseries in California, have j oeen seized bv the Custom authori ties. It appears that the case contain j the plants was removed in mistake by the carrier employed by the ship Pnl£T agents with the land seeker's luggage. Mr. McClurg had nothing to do with the error and has acted quite openly in the matter. Drastic action..might not have been taken bv tije ^authorities .but for the fact that Mr McClurg had been working at his - carpenter: at-JBamawm pend-; ing^ ther allotment-of a -suitable-block of land at. Bamawm. He has ample means," and his family reside at Ror Chester. Owing to being strangers in the land letters of, an urgent nature thatwere sent the shipping agents demanding the return of the 'cacti's consignment, in order to comply:with the Noxious'Weeds Act, were not re ceived till he called at the local post office on: Saturday last...
AUSTRALASIA. DEMOCRACY'S LABORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
AUSTRALASIA. DEMOCRACY'S LABORATORY. . Mr. James Bryce, lately British. Am bassador to the United States ,and>,a.: recent visitor to Australia, was (writes: the London correspondent of the "Herald" on December -19) cnter.tain-x :ed- at the National Liberal.: Glubsron'! Friday night, Sir Edward Grey.athC' Secretary of State for Foreign- Affairs',-; in ,;:the -chair- .-.Interesting^ r.emarksias to the Imperial connection were.made: by the guest n In his*references to Australasia; Mr.; vBryce. said: nAustralia -and:^New.vZear/ land may "at.present be called the_ la boratories of democracy for the world, for they are trying experi ments^which;: only . countries . favored' by nature may*" possibly venture to' try. It:?.used "to be said, that; the. dau^. ger point in Australia would arise when- thejBritish-born8.population^be came a small minority.: But than dan ger point" has come and' passed, and the benefits of the Imperial connec tion arc more, appreciated in Australia now than the...
DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. ?: O- ' ' It will be learned by many with ex treme regret that there passed away on Saturday one who had been a resi dent of this district for very many years, in the person of Mrs. George iFerris, who was the respected mother of several sons and daughters, some of whom have made this locality their home. She had been ill for a very long time, and had been residing with one of her daughters, Mrs Robert Eccles. at her home at" West Kyne ton for some considerable time. She was always bright and cheerful, and, though she had regarded her course as nearly run. she faced its close with cheerfulness. She was the wife of Mr George Ferris, and had lived with him for many years at Flynn's Ford., near Kyncton. After his death the. family moved, when she resided with , certain of the members, of it, and was at the time of her death with Mrs. Robert Eccles. Her other daughters are Mrs J. Ramsay, of Colac; and Mrs. T. Mahon. of Templestowe; Mrs J.J. Bond, of Heidelberg....
UNITED KINGDOM RATES. Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
UNITED KINGDOM RATES. ?Letters. !«fSi o:i&lt;,er j ::° c- -Packets. «*» 0 o Exceeding 40Z. and rot ex ceeding 6oz o 4 Exceeding 6oz. but not ex ceeding Soz 0 4^ Exceeding 8oz. but not ex ceeding IOOZ o 5 Every additional 2oz. or un der up to 5lb O J Printed Papers, other than newspapers, for every 2oz. or under up to 5lb 01 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 o 1 The maximum limit of weight _tc the United Kingdom is i6oz.. and tot foreign countries 120.:. -Newspapers. Each newspaper 402. or under 0 1 *Each additional 2oz. or frac tion thereof (see footnote) c ol ^Newspapers sent by P. and O. steamers, wholly by sea, id. for every t6OZ. or fraction thereof.
LORD DENMAN LEAVING AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
^ORD DENMAN LEAVING AUSTRALIA. His Excellency the Governor-Gene* \ ral. Lord Dcnman, caused sunrise and regret at the' luncheon of the Aus tralian -Natives' - Association; at "tlie Exhibition yesterday, by announcing . in 'the-following- terms tliat lie:.ha'd re signed his office:- , . > _ ".I desire to mention a personal ' matter, .which may not be 'without" in terest to some of those present; a matter, I may add, of very sincere're gret to myself,' that is. that Ph'ave re signed the appointment I have the honor to hold. andr shall,, be* leaving Australiad during the course of this year. T do not wish to weary? yon with reasons which have prompted nie to take this step beyond saying-; that' indifferent health has ~been one-'of' them. . ? .' "I can assure you that 1 did not ar rive at the decision to. resign,-without very careful deliberation, .and without endeavoring to be guided bjT public ?rather than by private considerations. "I had considered, for. .instance, as an alternat...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
TELEGRAMS. Ordinary office hours, o a.; '. ' p.m. (Sundays excepted). ? Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, free orf mile from office. Where ny messen jiers are employed, telegrams remair at the office until called for -Victoria. Within radius of 15 miles from any telegraph office, 16 words, including address and signature ....... .. ... Within the State, but outsick the 15 mile radius, 16 word? . including address and signa ture .. 0 Every additional word, extra ,0 -Interstate. 16 words, including address, and signature .. .. N. A.. ' ; .-New Zealand. Afinimum charge of 4id. a woro Address and signature charged for a? 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, £50, U, £75, 1/6; £100, 2/; £150, 3/, and so on, being 1/ for every £50 or fraction of same.
BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. INTERESTING REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
BULK HANDLING OF WHEA" INTERESTING REPORTS. I ?Mri Fitzpatrick, one of the RaihvaT Commissioners, who recently visits Europe and the United States t0| study the latest developments of thtl transport system; has just presented! his report to the Minister. Amongst! the many matters which Mr.. Fife | patrick studied was the marketing 0:| wheat. He formed the opinion that * the clwator method, which prevails ij; the United States and Canada, jj I vastlv superior to the out of date ba-r' system which survives in Australia' ! Still, he is somewhat cautious in his recommendations, for he knows that the railways were worked, at a loSSi' and that a'Commissioner was brought from America to put them on a busi ness footing. They now pay hand somely, and'a Treasurer is naturally pleased to get the hi? profit they pro. duce. But the railways were not built by the States as dividend making concerns: if they pay that is enough and for the rest they should be .so conducted as to assist the develop, ...
A CRIMEAN HEROINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
A CRIMEAN HEROINE. .-1: .- ?. Mrs. Rcbccca Box has,died at the Royal Cambridge Asylum for Sol 'diers' widows, and her death recalls memories of a very remarkable trio of women who went through so much hardship in the- Crimea. Mrs. vBox went out with the old 4th (King's Own) Royal Lancaster Regiment, and only three women were permitted to go with it. though, contrary. to orders, Mrs. Chilton, now living at .Chiswick, paid her own passage out in order to join her first husband. The command ing officer was vexed at first with her disobedience.- but afterwards, under standing her wifely devotion and cour age, allowed her all privileges., .. "Another who was allowed to go with, the three was Mrs. Elizabeth Evans, whose husband was servant to Lieut, (afterwards Major-General) Eccles. and she. toQ. is still with 11s. Lor,d Raglan often said a kindly word to her as she accompanied the regi ment on the march to" the Alma, and she saw froni near.-?.where the' General Staft were posted the who...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 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, id.; unedr 4/6. id. under 5/, lid.; under 7/6, 2d.; under 20/, 3d. The values of the Notes have beer, so arranged that any sum of shillings and sixpences up to one pound may be remitted by not more than two ol 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 ^/ictorian postal notes are now 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 s...
MINING. MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
MINING. . . ? MANAGERS' REPORTS. Malmsbury Alluvial. 23rd.-South drive to 92ft. from interm., changed course of drive due south^ now carry ing very nice wash, good prospects of gold. West crosscut off this drive is in 31ft., showing' good face of wash all the way. North drive to 67ft. from interm. In last two sets wash slightly dipped off, more water coming away from this face; fair prospects of gold in wash.' Crosscutting east and west at this point.. - ' . -. iVew Sultan Reefs. Blackwood. 22nd. -400ft. level-North main drive to 48 ft..from shaft. Lode in face :Sin.. well defined, well mineralised. Expect to strike shoot of gold any shift. Easter Monday, Blackwood, 23rd. 363ft level-East crosscut extended to 46ft. in load formation. -65ft. level -Driving north off No. 1 rise, stone 3ft. thick, showing gold. Hanover. Drummond X.. 24th. New winch being delivered: be instal led at once and pumping resumed and shaft sinking started early, date. International Pictures.-A fine se lection...
MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914
MONEY ORDERS. Commonwealth. - Not exceeding £5. 6d.; £10, 1/; £15, 1/6; "20, 2/. New Zealand and Fiji.-Not ex ceeding £2, 6d.; £5, 1/; £7. 1/6 £10, 2/; £12, 2/6: £15, 3/; £17. 3/6; £20, 4/, up to £40. America and Italy.--6d. for ever> £1 or part thereof to £20. United Kingdom (through Orders. Cape of Good Hope. Hong Kong. S>. maliiand, Peru. Natal, Ceylon, India Transvaal, Orange River. Germany and Canada, 6d. for every £1 or par' thereof to £40 Money Order Office closes noor Saturdays.