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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914

BOWLS. Th.e Saturday section in the third Rennie medal played off on Saturday, I arid Sergeant O'Brien won after a| play-off with five competitors, win- j ning four games each. The Wednes- ! day winner, Mr. P. A. Foley, and Ser- ; geant O'Brien now play the final. The single-handed championship in connection with the N.W.B.A. was commenced in Bendigo yesterday A: a late hour last night we were inform- ; ed that R Duncan was beaten in the ' first round by Smalley, of Eaglehawk, , but T. E. A- Castles ran into the semi- j finals, and was drawn against Leggo, ! of Bendigo, and Van Heurch, of Cas- . tlemaine, was drawn against De Rn- 1 vin, of Bendigo, j An Old Nurse for Children.-"Ah.. Win.slow'* ? ? ? ?;:;;i:n-; Syrup" !<-r Chil dren ToctiiiUg. If ><)'j;hes (he ChiS-.i Soften t!ic < j mil. Allays ail Pa::',. Cures Vv'uul. Colic, and is the Bvr-.i Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direction for using "Mrs, YVinslow's Soothing; Syrup":-For a ciiild under a monvi ...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914

Educational, Sacral Wi'trl -m .;^nYEnt|||||,«erc/,, , - , 1 jf /PUPILS' SUCCESSES in\cji2:, ' In1 February two completed Ji'.r.io'" " Public. ' ( " In- December tour passed.-Junior Publ'c: two obtained groups A total of 5S passes was with 10 distinctions One uasscd nior Public;-two matriculated. '. * Pupils are recuved >for Pianoforte. Singing, Violin, Madeline. Harmony. Shortbund.'-Tvpewriling. Rookkec-pmg Drawing Painting and Physical Cul ture . , SECOND TERM, APRIL r6. Terms on application to THE MOTHER SUPFRl^h TIMBER and IRONMONGERY MERCHANT. / BUILDING and ,CARPENTERY WORK.' . MOLLISON STREET.^ KYNETON. THE COST OF KORSE -SHOES. Pony and Hack Sizes, if set of 4 Light Draughts, i/6set of. 4. . Heavy Draughts,5,2/ 'set of >4 Ready to Nail^on. TELFORD. BROS., . , gvn.tnn s- ; --i--- , ?- m . LANDED.-Enormous quantity of Peaches. Apricots and Plums." ,Abie to sell them very cheap for jam. Don't, miss the chance. MORRIS' -Fruit ' Shop, Ivyneton. ' ,i< '' , . . Trad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914

Wanted. WANTED, beginning Feb.-Good GENERAL. Mrs. BROCKELBANK, St. Agnes House, Kyncton.. ' WANTED. - HOUSE, 4. to 6 rooms, in or near Kyne'ton;. must be in. good order. > "URGENT," this office. . WANTED. - Several Good.TEN ANTS??waiting' for HOUSES to Lease Apply to W. H. BATTERS. Agent. JLost and Found. J I ' LOST. - Iron-grey MARE; not branded. J. LIPPE, Carlsruhc" rail way station. . r.LOST, . orf Saturday, night, between railway .station and .Start street.-A. Lady's HANDBAG containing ,mon ey-.?-and!- jewellery.-. Reward. This office. ' . For Sale or To Lei FOR SALE. - HORSE, Doufe seated BUGGY and HARNESS.'*.CR.1 GOULD. Malmsburv: 5 Notices. , WESTERN AND MURRAY DIS TRICT CO-OPERATIVE BACON CURING COMPANY. Shareholders are notified that a TRUCK will be leaving KYNETON - t TUESDAY, FEBRUARY'3 when PIGS will be received at any time from'10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ear tags may be had 011 application.1 WILLIAM 1-1. BEER, Drunmioml. THURSDAY. FEB. 5. ALL DAY, at Mr. LI. J. Wells' Pharmac...

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ELECTRIC CAR JUMPS RAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914

ELECTRIC CAR JUMPS RAILS. ' : rO ia-j-Excitement-ifwas:'..caused, in Glenfer -ric? road ,at. 7130 a.m., yesterday,. when an'eiectricvtram' car,.left the rails, into which the heavy .rain Iiad swept silt, and: shot Aicro'ss the road into- a fruit .shop, occupied by Mr- Joseph Ward. None of the^five passengers on the car was injured. . The car, of which Ernest Cutler was rdriveri'v: was r travelling : towards St. :Kilda,. :and.-the.; derailments occurred .when^-itywas between .Park andi.Wake field streets. The speed^was about five miles an hour. The i ca'r1 carried .-awayvthe verandah, post -of ;Mr Ward's shop, shattered the plate-^glass. win dow.'and scattered'the stock.- The window-. of an . adjoining shop,> occu pied by Messrs;. Frame.; and! Go., was .also broken. . . i ; <v Atii i-.va.-m.; the car was on the rails again. : ? I s;>;Local Rose Growers.-Mr JoP; Spain ijn'as. forwarded/.the following" selection of:;:roses,i,to- the "Argus"!"plebisciter-^ vGeneral McAr...

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THE HOUSEWIFE'S HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914

| THE HOUSEWIFE'S HYMN. " -By Angela Morgan. I;Oh? Gocl,-'I thank thee! Willi every glowing part of me, .From the whole heart of me, I thank Thee, God! " .How-shall I say it? What the words to tell The warm, s.weet glory and the bos om swell? " -r' Forgive the language of my simple tongue, * . cannot 'say^ what wiser ones,have sung j1 Listen, and I.will tell it, God, iin my ' own way, - ' s For I must sneak it^on this wonder day. i . . , ." Somehow, Father-be it not shame to nie! ' r _ 'Tis in such humble, ways I'compass ''"thee;' . I seem to see'Thee in the ^simplest < things; " . , .. Foamy water that bubbles and sings. Bursting in rainbows o\cr the wash tub's rim:" . ' ' <- , The clean, sweet clothes filling my 'basket to the brim How white they fluttpr at the wind s ' brisk will . i That whips them whiter still!1 And when over the . ironing board billowing clover-sweet They smooth" to satin beneath, the friendly heat, , , . . > \ , I feel" such thrills ?...

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EGG FARMING IN VICTORIA HATCHERIES WANTED. WHAT AMERICA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914

-EGG FARMING IN VICTORIA j HATCHERIES WANTED. WHAT AMERICA IS DOING. "Hotspur"' writes in the.. "Leader : -A good many years ago I was-the first in Australia to show how a mar ket could be obtained in-England for , the surplus eggs of Australian hens. At that time the Government was in duced to . make experimental ship ments to London, and it was shown that our eggs'could be readily'carried; in cold storage and sold at current prices on the .English market, lhe object was to develop an export trac.e, but since then we have -never had any' surplus worth talking about to wn ' sign away from the State. As a matt er of tact, the supplv- seldom exceeds" the local demand. Eggs are so large ly* used foi vinous manufactui ing purposes.' as Well as; for the table, that they arc always a saleable com modity, and -are such an economical morning meal that, the}- -arc never a drucr oil lhe liiarkct. During recent years many large egg farms have been set iti.motion in various' districts close to ...

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MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 27 January 1914

" 1' Til imw ; MALMSBTJEY] ' . ' . Aviation.-Mr. Harry Hawker, -the weil known. ^viator., ,is prc;;ari:i^ to m-ike flights from headquarters at thcfiG.L.G. -motor . and engineering works,-vNepean road, Elsternwielc, His .Sopwith ^machine is now in order, and .a-i-fliphtumayv be- made at any time. Mr. ^Wawkcr^willi-probably ascend 3000ft. in his trial flights. The garage is be iseiged/.with-peoplceager to get a look at vthe machine. It is 25 feet long, is -bcautifully-*finished and fitted with ;seven".:c'ylinders. : It- lias accommoda ?tion - for . one passenger as well as the airman.

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METCAL[?]E COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

. 4STCALFEBHIEE COUNCIL. Present at Tuesday's meeting:-Crs'. Michell. (president), Maltby, Owens,r Fletcher, Pritchard. McKnight, Mat-: soil, Ad&nis," McXiil and Donovan. Correspondence. ; Secretary Health Department, sta ted- that Mr. Geo. Mitcheii,. Sutton .Q.range, had made application to haye; vhis ^premises registered for the- sale,; :pf .-ice' cream, and asked for a report S>i the council's officer of health as to 'the,condition and-,-suitability or- othcr ?wise-of jhe premises for: such purpose. -Referred to health officer. f" " ..Municipal Association" forwarded copies of report -of- each session. Received. > C:\ Pritchard moved and Cr. Maltby .seconded, .that* at copyo-of'"the; rcgiila vtions of theCountry-Roads: Board-^bc ^supplied to each councillor.--Carried. Under Secretary asked that'a "return; be forwarded showinsr the- number-;of: male:-persons - enrolled on - the muni-'; cipiil roll -and: separate.vvotcrs'-'lists. Information supplied. - Secretarj- Shi...

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WOODEND RACE CLUB ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

WOODEMD RACE CLUB ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Office-Bearers:-V.R.C. Stipendiary Steward(:, Mr. H. Buckland. ^Stewr ' a"rds:f,-AresS?S/'P.! ehiiy, E. F: Daniel, D.'W> -Birrcll, W. Donovan, "J. W. Iveatingy ,J. Donovan; T.~ Spain,. A. .H.L.Morris:' President: -Mr. E. F. i'-'Danielia^'-Vice-PTesidentsi.vMessrsv W.^Donovan and T Spain. Judge: Mr. W.-Donovan. Starter: Mr. J. Donovan-. Clerk of Scales: Mr. R. Buckland. Medical Officer: Dr. "Rigby. Clerk" of'Course:'Mr. Jas. Kenny.' Handicapper: -Mr. A. H.' Cox. Treasurer: _Mr. E. F. Daniel. ? Tim ekeeper: M r. ?: A.; T. , Keatin g. :Scratching-Board -Attendant ..?Mr. J?,. ;.7 Kenny, vvPony? Measurer's:. Messrs:.: :-vE;uEenny.and^W.- Donovan. Hon. ;...VetJi>Surgfeon Mr: . H. R. N.: Fyans,: "M:M.V.S. Melbourne Agent': Mr. H.<* J.". "Buckland. Committee: Messrs. A T. Keating. Jas. Cogan, W.' E. Fisher, R: Cornish, T.; Dono van, R. Froomes, N. Jonsreblocd. W. J. Manson> P. Slattery. L. Slattcry. J. Morris, E. Lock and the Stew a...

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PURE SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

PURE SEEDS. Mr. T: L. Mackey, MXA. intro duced a deputation from Bulu Bulu yesterday to Mr. Hutchinson. Minis ter for Agriculture, asking that the Government should establish a seed testing station in Melbourne and make seed testing compulsory. The. Gov ernment should also undertake prose cutions. An important check was the licensing: of seedsmen. Mr. Hutchinson, in reply, said that it would cost, according to an esti mate, £1000 for a testing station and £100 to equip it. A previous Govern ment had "turned the proposition down.'" However, that was no reason why the new Government should not consider it. He agreed that the pre sent Act needed tightening up at least by the appointment of inspectors, and. perhaps, by licensing seedsmen. He would bring the question before the Cabinet, and make a .sympathetic re commendation. . Mr. Mackey: I believe in the syste matic sending of seeds to a testing station. Dr. S. S. Cameron, Director of Ag riculture. sand that under the Federal Quaranti...

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A LONG-DISTANCE EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

. . - v r^^No:f)IStANCE EVENT.'.' Considerable interest was manifes ted on- Tuesday night in an exciting pedestrian event which took place af ter- the- tea hour, as an ^outcome of ?! that vain-glorious chatter, which isin .dulged in by many young:- m'en who; when they have partaken of the ? de-~ lights of a well-served meal, talk of their, present and past.; achievements with such a glow of enthusiasm'as >to; -niake-wiser heads grieve. "You," re^ torted' the "Banker.'? ."are no runner, for-I think myself, capable of still;: greater speed than that of which you have ".boasted.- I bave, in- fact/ fre-; qucntly run a mile in 4.16; though, in my past , primy- days.i a seven-milei1 event was my especial pride, and the memories of school tdays .. not long past . are :redolent;. ..of wonderful; achievements. . You skite of your, run-' ning. Why. I could beat a'dozen of you; and that with easy grace! As a professional, man you-might ,be a great; draw, or the- extractor o£ painful: mo lar...

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ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

ELPHINSTONE. Death of a Nonagenarian.-. sympathy is expressed for Fleming, of Elphinstone. on of the death of her mother, Mrs. garet Mclvor. of Tragowel. : vanced age of 97 years. Her the late Duncan Mclvor. pr her in December. tSSo. They married at Torridon, Rosshire. land, .75 years ago, and canic to. toria 59 years back. In the early1 of selection they were'among tk :af?ivals in the'district. settling gmvel. where their'riainti is a choVil' -word. Mrs:'- JfrMlVor 'wonderfully gab'd' K&iltH/ right the last; the ;cau3ea&'f^ec£th bcio, age and ^tfnii'e' dfce&jv' 'She Iw family -of" three"' sons-Dohalii "? : known" farfhe?riri theCblac John;: a- resident of Euroa ; r eric-kj.iuvho' remains at Trago' threeiiofltoghfers, Mrs. Stewart FootsorcQb j 3irs. Fleming, of stone~; siicl Miss Mary Mclvor. Tragowel. : Terrible Railway Fatality. shocking "accident occurred at.ti«* way ?viaduct-.above Clarendon J' South Melbourne, on Tuesday, Reginald Allan,"a letter sortsr,...

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

UNITED KINGDOM RATES -Letters. ^or every ioz. or under .... 0 ^ Post Cnrds, each 0 1 Reply Post Cards, each . 02 Registration Fee ° * . Acknowledgement of deliver} of a registered article . . ? ° 2 - -Fackets. Commercial Papers not ex ceeding o 3 ^Trpf/iinr ?r>7 'in* *r feeding 402 .« 0 Exceeding 40Z. and vot ex ceeding 6oz 0 4 Exceeding 6oz, but not ex ceeding 8oz 0 44 Exceeding 8oz. but not ex ceeding IOOZ ... o ? Every additional 2oz. or un der up to 5lb . o i Printed . Papers, other than newspapers, for every 2oz. 1 or under up to 5lb. .. .. .. o t Patterns and Samples must he bona fide sample, other wise will have to be sent . parcel post or letter rat£, for . every 2oz. or under, up to rib. .. 0*1 The maximum limit of weight tr. the-United Kingdom is c6oz.. a^nd./or i.foreifrn countries T2c ./V;--..: -Newspapers.- . ? . Each, newspaper 40Z. or under 0' '? *Each additional 2oz. or frac tion thereof (see footnote) 00: *Ne\vspapers sent by P. and O steamers, wholly by sea,...

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AN APPALLING FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

AN APPALLING FIRE. A Sal vaticm Army Rescue situated at Taringa.. Brisbane, was totally destroyed by fire on' day evening, and two of its burnt to death and a" third so insS that she died, while, a number o:£ men were very badly injured in incr from the burning tnittding. The home -was a two-story building, and the fire broke out i:| lavatory. The matron, sleepm-j; the verandah, was aroused bj| glare, and speedily alarmed thtf mates, all of whom were sleepk| the upper storey. The staircase' on fire, and so the women from the balcony to the lawn several sustaining severe injuries.: laundry," a well-equipped building, with its contents, wasi stroyed. The fire brigade promptly, but the fire had too s" a hold. The dead are Connie De: aged 26 years: Christina Marzol.i 30 years, and Mrs. Halburn. 35 ; Connie Denzer reached the lawn: Iv, but remembering something! valued in her room, rushed ba'cfcf it and was asphyxiated. The were Grace Lord, aged 21 years; !j lie Wilson, aged 23 years; Ki...

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

TELEGRAMS. Ordinary, office hours, g H.ra. to t p.m. (Sundays excepted)..; w, . Telegrams f^ijvered ; ir where there are messengers, vce ivf .rnle from office Where tr> niesson .ers ire emvloj-ed telegram? r.-;nfsi; it the olP.rf V irttii'lH - 'V-thin =radiu> <>' »s iniles tr.mi . ,iny rreleiiraub . iftice-b (6 vordi. .notutl'iij? --iddresf- ? ' 'nil, -u "r h;n .iu'T?-' 1 f6 "/f n, , -. 11 ^ i " -i (' rf . n» v .-i.Li, )rv "..'(' . ?"» I * ? v'Ot ..ciudiPv ?>'>< M.-'i)rure ... - New Zeala'id M minium .charge of a wurti Address'and signature cfcartred for af part of message. ,-United Kingdom. A uniform rate of 3/ per word. -New Caledonia. Each, word ud The address am signature count as part of message. ' STAMP DUTIES Receipts-£2 and over, id. < Bills-£25 and under, 6^.; £50, 1/ £/5i 1/6;. £100. 2/; £150, 3/, and so ? on, being 1/ for every £50 or fraction of same.

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The Flower Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

The Flower t Garden ; The present , time is most so:fc. for clearing any ground that cc-me infested with had weeds'^, ally those which are perennial j,' ture and consequently hard to ».. of. If the ground is now dug and all weeds, such as sorrel, grass.- etc.. shaken free of the s0yf§g thrown on the suriace they will',' dry up and die. Any weeds that bearing seed should be removes together,-so that the seed may become scattered to grov. a crop. Besides exterminatin:r rough digging of the soil at thic son will greatly improve its cond;\ by admitting the dry air, u hich r;l sweeten it. Lawns and grass plots mus<£ kept well supplied with water n enable the grass to keep green lawn mower should not be too sev" ly applied-now. as. if the grass lowed to grow a little, it will h nrotect the roots from the hot It is therefore a good plan to If the roller attached to the maciii prcvicntaUK) close cutting. Daiilias" and other flowers ic tumnlJoWooming should he h growing condition ...

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POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

POSTAL" -NOTES Postal Notes,.from 6d to m!, may be obtained at all Post Offices, and are payable at all Post Offices from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Poundage, vunder r./6. id.; unedr 4/6, id. under <;/ :4d.; under 7/6. id.: und^r 10/. 3d The values of the Notes have beei. so arranged that an}' sum of shillings 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 fact of the Note, and the amount of thf .Xote and stamps will be paid Victorian postal notes are now pay -dDle in New South Wales. South Aus IT a Tasmania. Queensland, anri V e tern Australia, and vice versa. bhould the spaces in a Postal Note for.; name of pajr.ee...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 anjrone, then the name of the person and of the Money Order Offi...

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GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

GARDEN NOT] g .-...» (Written Expressly for the "If, Guardian.") ^ Questions on all -matters It to horticulture, if addressed '\en." cave of this office, and S( Tuesday of each week, will iwererl in" Thursday's issue.

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MONEY ORDERS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

MONEY ORDEK .-uuunon wealth - Not excceiii'.. £5. 6d.; £10, i/\ £15. 1/6; "20. 2/ New Zealand and .Fiji.-Nor ex ceeding £2, 6d.; £5, 1/: £7- 1/6 £io, 2/; £12, 2/6;- £15. 3/: £ 17 3/6; £20. 4/, up to £40. . America and Italy:-fid for evrr. £t or part thereof to £20 ' nited Kinydoir through Orri; . .s . -aye v>f r.i.oiK.'.-'Honx -Konp.. s .uaHtanU. '-'c:y.: \-atai. :Ceylon, Transvaal; ' sio'-in River . German\ and Canadu ®id f<>- -vc.rv £ > --,r oik thereof to t 40 Monev "d^; . »thc«- . close:-- . imw Sarurdavc,

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A HOSPITABLE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914

A HOSPITABLE PRESIDENT. Cr. Michell, president of Metcalfe shirc, and the first Taradale-born pre sident of the shire, is exceedingly hos pitable. Late last year, in honor of his election as president, he entertain ed the school children of Taradale and Elphinstone at a grand picnic. On Tuesdaj". when the application of the Castlemaine Pioneers' Excursion Committee asked that the council have February iS proclaimed a public holiday throughout the shire. Presi dent Michell invited each councillor and lady, the secretary and Mrs. Reeves, and the secretary's assistant to attend the excursion as his and Mrs Michelt's g-uests. The councillors and officers cordially accepted President and Mrs^ Michell's kind invitation and are looking .forward to a happy trip down the bay in such congenial com oany: The. invitation was most high ly appreciated. Agricultural Education.-Headmas ters of Agricultural High Schools conferred on Tuesday with Mr. Frank Tate, Director of Education, and Dr. Cameron...

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