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TELEGRAPHS MONEY ORDER [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
". F i - i"i k * p i-; M o N R v ' .1 N o r K . i oif'-ji a. -}- ?? Crete-!-.i: jni1 yaw! ,u till ivi oitcy 0; 'itj. ' >:d&lt; i \sU>ney can .be veuiuifci1., i* tularin}; ?&lt;« .my Money Order OJtict &lt;\vhk'!;: is also a telegraph officc) ir= .Vicryria upon payment of the charge for a message of 16 words/ or to the : neighbouring colonies upon payment' -of the charge for a telegram of 16 words, in addition to the usual :? rxtf ot commission.
METCALFE THISTLE INSPECTOR. WHO IS HE? [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
METCALFE THISTLE IN SPECTOR. . WHO IS HE? . . i.j/! : n T77T-tt i ^ At Tuesday's'meeting of the above council Cr. Donovan drew attention to the way thistles in the North Rid ing had been allowed to seed, and how unfair it was to those who tried to keep their land clear of them. Many made no attemot year after year to cut them. He moved that the inspec tor send out final notices, that a list of the.defaulters be then placed on the table, and proceedings be then taken to compel the keeping of the Act. Cr. McKniglit seconded the motion, and it was carried. ; . The Secretary stated ^hat this mo tion meant that he would have to visit the properties /throughout the shire to see who had cut their thistles, then again after he had issued the final notices. This additional work had been laid on- him without remunera tion He thought the council should either nay a man to go and inspect the paddocks, or else pay him for the work, Previously the rate collector had been paid for his worlc over t...
Mails Received at Post-office Kyneton. From [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
Mails Received at Post-offiet Kyneton. From Melbourne, at 9.40 a.m., 3. 10 ij.n, and 9 p.m.; also at 6.30 a.m T.P.O., 9.40 a.m., 3 p.m., 9 p.m Trentham, at 9.40 a.m. : ' Woodend, at 9 p.m.. inclurl- > down T.P.O. at 9.40 axd .1 p.ir Bendigo. at 8.30 a.m., i. 10 p.m. 9 p.m Up T.P.O.. a* 2 )6 p.m.. a&lt;K p p.m Metcalfe, at 8.30 a.m .&lt;???? Edgecombe, Lan^ley. and Sidonia. at 3.30 p.m.. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Springhill and. Upper Coliban, at 3.30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Fiper's Creek and Pastoria East, at 4.30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Sa turday. Lauriston, daily at 12.30 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. West Kyneton, daily at 5.30 p.m. Barfold, Redesdale, Mia Mia, Green hill, East Metcalfe and Redesdale Junction, daily at 7.24 a.m. R. E. TILT, Postmaster *
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-office, Kyneton, For [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
"ioST^OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-office, Kyneton, For Melbourne, at 7.ro a.m., 1.30 p.m., 8 p.m. Bendigo, 2.35 p.m. and 8 p.m.. Up T.P.O.. at-1.30 P-in- and 8 p.m. Woodend, at 7.10 a.m. and t.30 p.m. - Carlsruhe R.S., at 7.10 a.m. Tylden, Trentham and Fernhill, at 7,55 a.m. Down T.P.O., 9 a.m. anr';2.35 and 8 p.m. Metcalfe, at S.55 a.m. daily. _ Glenlyon, at S.55 a:m." daily. ?' ' ? Malmsbury, at 8.55 a.m. daily. " . Edgecombe, Langley and Sidonia, at :o a.m., on Monday, Wednesday, .and Friday. . Spring Hill and Upper Coliban, at 10 a.m. on Monday, Wcdnesdav and Friday. Piper's Creek and Pastoria East, at 10 a.m. on Tuesnajr, Thursday and Saturday. . Lauriston, daily at 10 a m. and 3.15 p.m. West ICyneton,. daily at to n.m. Baneld, F.:'"ciL-.l'.'-r ...Green hill. East Metcalfe and kedesdaH Junction. Daily at 3.55 p.m
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To New South Wales. New Zealand, South Australia, Tasmania. Western Australia, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides. -Letters.- . ? For every hoz. or under . o. - Post Cards-Stamp or Card . _o. ^ Letter Cards ........... o I Reply Post Cards-each .. - - ° . 2 Registration Fee .. .. .. . - ° c 3 ' Acknowledgement of delivery of registered article \V " - T1 iT -Packets. Commercial Papers and Print ed Papers, maximum weighs 41b., maximum dimensions, 2ft. in length, ift. wide or less, 2oz. or under'.; .. "o. . Patterns, and Samples, Pack ets or Merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib., di mensions not t® exceed 2ft. x ift, 2oz. or under .. .. ° 1 -Newspapers. Each, every iooz. or und .. o oi Bulk Parcels or newspapers posted by a registered news paper publisher or newsven dor, 2ooz. or fraction there of o -Parcels. For each Parcel of lib. ot under o 8 Each additional lib. or un der up to i lib ° 6 -Queensland. The same as to other colonics for postal matter exce...
POSTAL INFORMATION RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES -Letters.- . s. d. For every ioz., or fraction thereof .. . . .. o r Urgent Letter-For each let ter (in additon to ordinary postage) . . 0 4 Post Cards .. .. o . Reply Post Cards .. .. .. ... 0 ,s Letter Cards o 1 Registration Fee .. ....03, Acknowledgement of delivery-: - oC ---r O- .. 29' -Packets. Commercial Papers, Printed Papers, maximum weight 5lb., maximum dimensions 2ft. in length by ift. in width or depth, zoz. or under .. .. o J Wholly Printed Matter, ex cept address, which may be in writing on exterior or cover of packet-For every 2oz. or under, up to sib. .. o oi Patterns, Samples. Packets Merchandise, maximum lib., not to exceed 2ft. x ift.. 2oz. or under o -Newspapers. For each newspaper IOOZ. 01 under o oi Within the Commonwealth and Papua, 40Z. or part oi . 40Z 0 -o« Magazines and Publications not published in the Com monwealth n Published within the Com monwealth, 8oz o .> To New eZaland, Fiji. New . Hebrides a...
PRECAUTIONS IN HORSE BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
PRECAUTIONS IN HORSE BUYING. _- -«e>- ' In order to avoid mistakes in buy ing a horse an experienced authority gives the following hints. Give the horse a quick trot or canter, to see that he is not lame. As soon as he stops put your ear to his nose to as certain that his wind is_ not affected. Then examine his nostrils and mouth, _and. at the same time,: examine his "teeth to determine ^lis, age. Look closely intO'the;eyes, to see that there :isKnothrig.-.!wrong«vvith them; make a ..feirifcvpf'-:striking-s&lt;thc-.' eyes. and see "wtietHeri-heiflinch es:.; ?;Examine one sicle, starting'at-the neck and running the hand over''the withers, and thqn over the ^shoulder, down the outside and inside vof _the fore leg, watching 'carefully for,.splints, sidebones,, ring bones', and similar '?"affections. The same with the other side. Raise the foot and .sce- if it-isvAven,:formed;- with: ^ood, strong heels/» Look'' along the belly "for warts and running sores caused by; castratio...
TURPIN'S FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
TURPIN'S FALLS. ;V Tuesday's meeting of the Met calfe .Jure Council it was carried, on the motion of Crs. McKnight and Aciams, that a finger-post plate be nut, directing- to Turpin's Falls,, at Roger SOIVS. ' ? ' ' ' ; Cr. McKnight drew ? attention to .the difficulty.there was at the falls of getting horses -to the water, and sug gested that another gate on'Mr. Mor gan s fence lower down would-over conic the difficulty. communication \vas received from Mr J..M. Reed (Surveyor General), who stated that he had visited Tur pin s Falls- arid was disappointed at not meeting the council's engineer on tne ground, He had noted the im provements that the council had had earned out to Turpin's Falls reserve, but could not understand Mr. Morgan being allo\vecl to fence in any of the reserve. He would be glad to know the amo;unt the council had expended on .the work at these.falls. ? _lhe information was supplied to Mr. Reed. ^li,e : Shire Kngincer reported that aV iurpin s Falls the track, fen...
BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Jan. -/.-Cattle: 508 yarded. : Thi: supply was ilie worst representation1 01 quality that has been yarded for some time past, the bulk consisting: of; medium and-, nondescript sorts, cows oping in- large percentage, with, only an odd pen or so of prime bullocks aisinauted through ahe market. Any good sorts, especially clean heifers and cows, met with good competition at rates from 5/ to 10/ in advance of last weeks quotation, but' other "?ades were unaltered. Quotations: Prime, bullocks,,. £8/15/ to £0/10/; odd heavy beasts, to £n/i2/6;'good useful bullocks, £7/10/ to £8/10/: medium sorts.^£6 to £7: prime cows, Z?/ S9°d "seful do.. £5 10/ to ^.6/10/; medium description's,, to £5. . . ' Sheep Mediuni descriptions of sheep suffered a set back at Monday's saie at the municipal yards. For the last .couple: of weeks breeding ewes aiul turning-out sorts of'wethers were in rairly good request, and were rea .Jsmg satisfactory prices, with the re-' suit that. the supply...
COVENT GARDEN CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
COVENT GARDEN CRITICJLSKU. Mr. A. W. Smart, J,P.. a director of '.he Victorian Orchnrdists' Co-opera tive Association, has lateb' returned from a visit to Europe, where, at the request of his co-directors, he made a careful inspection of the conditions prevailing- at the threat fruit retail market of Co vent Garden, London. Mr. Smart attended Covent Garden market regularly for some weeks, and paid particular attention to the me thods of the auctioneers. These lie found to be by no means satisfactory from the producers' point of view.i ;Oftcn three auctioneers would be sell ing at the same time in such close proximity that the babel ofvoices made the bidding well nigh -unintel ligible. The bulk^of :apples.wcre 'sold; as a rule, fromtfonc--Sjaniplcr.?.Thus,-:.if ?i'oo cases-, were? offeredjVtlie storeman brought,one sample as representative of the bul'k.' Thiswas unfair in many cases; -as,the-samples might be bruised $nd\ ^wasted,' whereas the bulk -would . show- a ; very :. different...
THE HOME OF CASTE FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
THE HOME OF CASTE FEELING;. -ryr.-? '. Discussing Dr. Hatch's great ^say ing: thaf "The. unaccompanicd mission of Christianity is to reconstruct so ciety 011 the basis 9f brotherhood," the Rev. Silvester Horhe, M.P;, says: "The Christian Church' has a more difficult task before .her than the de cadent Roman Empire presented>If she is to reconstruct this socictv on the basis of brotherhood and substi tuteco-operation for competition and federalism for selfish individualism. ' "England is the home of caste feel ing-the territorial caste, the militar}' caste, the literary caste, the Univer sity caste, the professional caste, the ecclesiastical"'caste, and many anoth er. The cler.k looks down upon the artisan;the silk hat, however frayed, and the frock coat, however worn, cover a pride that would not for worlds be associated with the tweed cap or the suit of .corduroy. Yet all the while, as the veriest novice in social questions can see for himself, we all live on one another's labor...
TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
TEENTHASfu Hospitai Effort.-At a meeting of Trentham district residents (Cr. Da ,vid -Watson- presiding) . held * at ...the-' .local--. 'Mechanics'...Institute on Satur day^???night last, full arrangements were .made for the annual Sunday effort in aid of. the Kyneton Hospital at the ?Trentham -Falls arid-in the-churches. . The gathering at ^the. Falls has been fixed -for next. Sunday afternoon, 1st February. '"As usual the Kyneton ; Fire.. B rigade B rass" -Band .-will give - a selected ? v:- programme of music, and addresses -by: leading citizens', are in cluded in -the aft'ernoon's'proceedings, and -a collection. in aid of the funds of the hospital will be taken up. / Death.-Late last' Friday the - death took place at Trentham of Urs. Ann L. Thomas, aunt of Mrs. R..J. .Watts, .wife of :Mr. :R..I. .Watts (porter at the Trenthanv.railwav''Station). Deceased;, who Avas a highly resnected resident: of Creek street. Bendigo, was 73 years .of. age. She had been ailing for some ^conside...
COMPULSORY TRAINING. YOUTHS PROSECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
COMPULSORY TRAINING. YOUTHS PROSECUTED. At the Kyneton Court Petty. Sessions on Tuesday.- beforc'Mr: Bar-, low, P.M.. Lieut. R. C. 'jDettmann.: (area officer):proceeded against seve ral youtliSi ior. evasio of. the compul-:; sory clauses f>f the Dcfencc A'ct. George- Beer was chargcd with fail ing to notify his change of address, and plead6d-guilty.' Lieut.' Dcttmarin ? saidjthat^accuse'd, while working at "Taradale~" had-a temporary'exemption, but; when lie returned io^ .Kyneton several months ago failed' to notify that fact, and wa:> thus evading ser vice. " A number of youths were simi larly offending, but this was*the first prosecutio? in Kyneton under this :secti6n.',4.Beer should have been at the Gisborhe camp for eiglit days, and "should have given additional servicc to'the extent of twelve days.."; All this ?tinicvhe. would:have to make .lip^'during-' sthe_ present' year. Mr. Barlow said many of the lads did not seem to un derstand "the benefits to be derived froimthis...
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. . . - --&lt;S>-;- ;-:-" Dalgcty and Company Limited re port, under date January 26::Wc??of fered a large and attractive- catalogue on: Monday of over 6500 bales. Wools from South-East of' South "Australia, Western Gippsland districts of Vic toria were much in evidence. There was a large attendance of buyers, and competition was very animated. Ow ingto easier position of money- mar ket and firm closing of London sales, prices were again' in favor of sellers, and the market for most wools now shows a distinct rise as compared .with. December. Principal sales were from the Western district of Victoria. Armvtage's, Mount'- Sturgeon, Dun keldj 153d. for super combing: Frascr Bros', Hamilton, I4d. A combing; Samuel Baulch, Rose Park, Oxford; ???half-bred H. From the South east of South Australia, exors. Sey mour's, Killanoola, . i3.Jd.; Rymill's, Penola, rsid.': Lantre Bros., 13i?d. for crossbred. Gippsland wools made up to i3id. . Our next sale will be he...
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
COUNTRY ROADS BOA Several road matters of interest were considered at Tuesday's meeting of the .Metcalleshire Council. A let ter was received froni the Country Roads Board' asking to he-supplied ?.with details .of the cost incurred by the council in the maintenance, during each of :the past four years, on the section of the main road from Har court to shire boundary. The inform maiion was supplied. The Board also wrote that, in view of the early re construction of the main Bendigo road in the Metcalfe-Shire between Harcourtand Bendigo an amount of £70 would be available for the main tenance of" the road for the current year, and forwarded copies and speci fications for the work which is to be .carried out on this road, and also in structions in connection , with the carrying out of permanent works and "works of maintenance on highways in the- Shire. * * Gr. Pritchard moved. and Cr. Mc Knight seconded, that.the.council was of opinion that to erect ti new expen sive bridge at Harcourt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
Trade Addresses. Music Hath Charms -HERB ARE SOME OF THE LATEST AID BEST SONGS Instrumental Numbers. iOl at Sixpence. ;By Post "7dL Each WALTZES: Woodland Whispers Wedding Bells . Roj^al Visit 11 Baccio Rope of the Mom J V-"J - L'Ententc Cordiale:: " Wild-Woodbine Perle D'Orient ' .? Only a'Faded Rose Pearl of the Night Kashmir Gems of Erin . Donauwellen Dreaming Eyes Dainty 'Aubade Over the Wave* Tuberose &lt;? - Only For Thee - Sweet Phyllis SCHOTTISCHE.* &lt;Zena . GALOP. The Toreador QUADRILLE. The Alberts 'P. I'fi* MARCHES. -ri ' Church Call; (Church Parade-March) ? Australia (Waldmere) '.ixt; ? Royal; Artillery- '(-Territorials) Advance Guard (Royal PaR-eant) ; - Country Life , ? - POLKA. The Bird's Nest MAZURKA. Lily of the Valley Steinenzauber TWO STEP. Tet'e a Tete - . The Half-Holiday. With the Fleet The West End Dreaming (Daniel : British,-Imperial-1 Chimes Dashini CAKEWALK. Darkies (Ragtime) SONGS. kQ:«e«:Wor&lt;r-^fotlier1 vf'* V -> ? rOiily a...
[?]—RE—DIRECT [?] VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
«'U.-RE-DIRECT 'it" VICTORIA Uctrcrt. packets, and newspupci* re-directed without charat to in '."icl.-'r:;. itjjur- .ht> WJltci i ot -the .tddre sees All apphca DOHa 'oj . re-direction must - be writtei 'it; ink i ;uid bear tbe signatures: of ch. j.i'ei sons. to whom the.: correspondenc es .directed, othfrwise. thev cannot h« -AVJinplied with - ' ^MRe-'direVreri letters,, packets aevvsaper!: re-posted by an agent nt the addresees after delivery, provided ? vhey are re-posted not later than .the -day i,Sundays and Public Holiday - not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not charKeable with additional, postage Re-directed letters, packet* anc! newspapers which are re-posted latei than the day after delivery will bf taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Any which appear to have been opened will be chargeable as freshly postec unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper* the case may be OTH ER COLONIES AN I' COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rule.-- ;c tir...
CRICKET. New South Wales v. Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
CRICKET. 'TNSW.; South Wales v. Victoria. v The interstate match between New South' Wales- and Victoria was con cluded on the Sydney Cricket Ground '???yesterday, and resulted in a win .for NS.W. by an innings and 32 j*uns. The' lioine' tfeany put. up 673 in "their only;'iiWWifeg^ and .Victorj^yreplied with 32^^311 , --Tul . . ' As'p'Sa'tur&lt;aky is an gff-it^y" in the Ass'^c'iatiom competitions'; and 'as ..the. ;lp^llfclub;;Iiay ;not:fille3 iinVthe idjite,; ^a^ niaW^)a'5:crs as c&Vl' manage are !r.e"qu%'sted ?' to. .turn Sup rfbr practice- 0,11 '.Sarkly'-.S^ar^.a^^g-^ipck. - '
The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, JAN. 29. 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
«^p» KYNETON, THURSDAY, JAN. 29. 1914 The Back Page. - Newharn. and Woodend Council will he found oil the back page, and in addition several items of interest, including Covent Garden Criticised, Precautions in Horse Buying, The Home of Caste Feeling and the Bendigo Markets. State Schools Reopened.-On Tues day the State Schools of Victoria re .opened- after the-rXrnas ..vacation.; In the crowds of merry-hearted . children that made their way" along the streets of Kyncton: on luesday morning at the sound of the first bell, there was little of '"the whining schoolboy with his satchel creeping like a snail un willingly to school,"' but much of "'shining morning face'.and eager an ticipation to be back again in the old familiar rooms.-busy over the familiar tasks and amorig" the old friendly laces. Some, mosth- girls these,went back to .school laden; their arms: full" of ferns, palms, and.pot plants, which their parents and; they, had cared for during the school: vacation, and which wer...
SPORTING NOTES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 29 January 1914
SPQBTIJ\TG NOTES. B.OWLS. I Kynetoi; and South Bendigo played their return match on the local rjr.ecn yesterday afternoon, and alter an/exr eiting"'game the visitors won by one ppint.-i ;Scores: IV. oo. ?i:vHaycsj- Blackley, Laugher, . , Carss 28, - , Mason, McWhirter, Lean , « e'y, Goyne .. ..- .. .. - 29 2. McLennan, Wells, Duncan, Ruedi 20 - Taylor, R W. Brown, Al 1 - sop; A E. Brown .... - 29 3. Foley, Stredwick, H. H. Castles, T E. A Castles 31 - Bennett',1 Garvin,^ Gardin'er, Ward - 22 : . , ' 79 So The semi-finals for the single-hand ed. championship o.f the N.W.B.A. was .^finishea'-o.n«Moiiday;^-'-T.5:'-E.'.:A-. Castles v/as bcaten; by, Leg'pro, of Bendigo,: by 21,1 to 14-, and^Dc Ravin (Bendigo) beat Van. Heurjck (Castleniaine) by 21 to irj::,- The-final' will be played 011 Sat urday by the two Bendigo players.