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KYNETON TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

KYNETON TROTTING CLUB ?'The following arethe handicaps for the pony events of. above meeting-, to "be held on> Friday next:-: :" Handicap. Pony Race, for 14 hands ?.u. Four furlongs.-Lady Argyle, 12.0; Detonator,:8.10; Footplate, S.to; "Rockbeanv . 8.9; . Bow Arrow,' 8.5; Loadstar,:Addie's Dream, 7.10; Little Step, 7.9; Iceb.erg,^7;5; limelight, 6.13; Lena,-; 6.12; 1 ^Auraria, . Silver Bell, If; 6-7- .- ' -< ? ' ' . . ' ???.?.i.Handicap'-.'.N.ovclty.-'Ponyv'Race.'.'.for; 14:2 hands. a:u; ? ? Four furlongs.--Wee loch (12.0), scr., 7.8; Miss ;Dof (12.0), scr., 6.7; Iona (12.2), 20 yds: bhd., 7.3; Little Jack . (13.0); 40 yds. bhd.; 8.12; Blush (13.0), 40 yds. bhd., 8.10; Echo 13.0), 40 yds. bhd., 8.7; Leanore (13.0), 40. yds./bhd., 7.7; The..Specf (13.0), 40 yds.:-s'bhd.i6^7; Lena (13.1); 50 .yds', bhd.,- 7.10; Nipper (13:1), 50.yds., bhd", 7.10; Little' Zoe (13.1), "50 yds. bhd;,' ?.12; Lady Irene (13:1), 50 yds. bhd., 6.12: If O3.2), 60 yds. bhd., 8.3; Silver Bell (13....

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MARCH RAGE MEETING FOR GLENLYON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

MARCH RAGE MEETING FOR . GLENLYON. A meeting of gentlemen who are interesting themselves in tire holding of a .. race meetijng ApiOhc'. Glenlyon racecourse on March 4 took place on Thursday evening at . Tognini's Day lesford Hotel (writes the "Advocatc") when,there were present: Messrs. D. McRae, W. Glcnny, P. J. Murphy, R. Childe and F. Shepard. Mr. Shepard was voted to the chair. Mr. Jos. Sicree, of; Gleriferrie. wrote offering two trophies, one five guineas and the other two guineas, one each for the New Year's Day and the March meeting. Mr. Childe donated two guineas towards the Brush Hur dle Race stakes. It was', resolved to devote Mr. Sicree's five guineas to the March meeting,: and to;increase the Glenlyon Handicap Stake from £8 to £ 13, the first horse to take £10 and the second £3, and to increase the 'Brush'" ' Hurdle second prize to £3. Much satisfaction was expressed, at the generosity of Messrs. Sicree and Childe. Mr; George Morecroft, of Wedder burn; was appointed hand...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. —Farm Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

THE MARKETS. BEN;DIGO MARKETS. -Farm . Producc. , Tan. 31.- Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ron:wheaten. £2:,. wheat, 3/2$ per bushel: oats.' 1/8;. .straw, 30/ per ton; ? flour, £8/5/; bran. £4/10/; pollard, £4/15/; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; new. potatoes, Carmens, £5 io/'-to £6; . Pinkeyes. £4/10/ to £5; new onion, Globes.. £S to £S/io/. -Dairy and Garden Produce. .Tan. 31. - Factory butter, prints, .itjd;- to 1/ per lb.; do... lumps, nd. to 11 J'd.j dairy butter, prime, gd. to iod.; do., medium, /d. to gd.; .separator butter, ioAd. to 1 id.; eggs, fresh, gd. to gid. per dozen; cheese, new, 6id'. to 6id.per H).; semi-matured, /d.; ma tured, /-}d.. , to . Sd. per lb.; hams, 1/ to 1/1; bacon, 7^d. to Sid.; honey, 3d to 3id; beeswax 1/2 to 1/4. Poultry --Turkey gobblers.. light, 15/ to 20/ per pair; do., heavj\25/..tot 30/; hens, 10/ to 15/; poults. 12/6 to 17/6; geese, 4/ to 6/; goslings, 3/6 to 8/; ducks, 4/ to' 67; ducklings, 3/ to 3/; fowls, roosters. 4/6 to 6/; hens. 2/6 to 4/.; ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

To Do Othere? Good.-"I i;;we been linViy in S.\\ . OiK-cnsiim! ior thir teen .years." wriie.- Mr. j. R. Tindak. Kditof "f ili'-' Ciuiiiatiit'.lhi "Wiueh man." '"Duri'i^' thai f h:';\i' bei-n Mibjecl t»> ..I" 1 );nrrhi.i-a. { have Iw:1 V.1- *i?".ut.! . Ii:iiiiljcrliii 11 *s : < 'oil'" ,-1; I ? J I 'i.'Viii. >? :: !" <-nir-j Y {.> lv : r 11'; i r ni'ii I I M' t I': ||.| ;t_ *<.> jin;'!"!' "UH*n";. !* ' '.!> that rom cla'.'V. y-y v.- !hi- Ictic-i a* you r.??; T- rlo other" ' r " -a?': !.;.* T F. Hayes. Myi*«:-m Chs:!c." Matthciv;. Malmib'ury, ar-i all storekeeper^ and chcmisis. Almost Covered that Part of Face. Festered and Inflamed. Also On Fingers and Knee, Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment. Face Now Quite Healthy. "Wando," Wilby Wilby, N. 8. W.-"My baby's chin broko out- in the form of a pimple and gradually spraul until tlio soro almost covered thai part of her face. Its would fester and all becomo inflamed. There were olso the sam...

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ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

ELPHINSTONE. - Chapman Trophy Competition. Last Saturday was a bye in the above competition, and the results of the previous Saturday's matches did not r.cach lvefL'!'in'-tiirie for the press ow ing to the fact that Harry Hawker's bi-plane crossed the wireless. The results were very disappointing' Clematis, 28; Daphnies, 10; Pansies, | .300 odd; Wallllowcrs, 30 odd; Came I lias, 30 odd; but after Saturday's spell some big surprises'ought to eventu ate when the teams next face the leather. " : <? Progressing Satisfactorily. - The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. Gal lagher. of Taradalc,': will - be ' pleased to learn thatstheirj;daughtcr.,:,'lylaggie,' who has'recently uhdergonc an'opera-r, tion in the private hospital.:.Kyncton; for appendicitis, is -making satisfac tory progress towards ^recovery; Pier, -parents hope^Jsoon:.to^have' her at home agaiir enjoying : her usual state of health. , . v _ , Art Union Tickets.-Mr. Jos. Hans ford picked up a <;book of art...

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HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

HARVEST FESTIVAL. The first harvest thanksgiving for the harvest of 1913-14 held in Kyne ton district was celebrated on Sunday in the Kvneton Methodist school hall in.'lieii-of-the church, which is bcinc: :-rb'H'6!vtffe'tff>-,Th.c New George Camer on officiated, and the hall was very suitably decorated with flowers fruit, vegetables, bags of grain, and corn. Shasta daisies, gladioli, and tritomas were most freely and effectively used. Mr. H. H. Reeves officiated at the organ, and the choir rendered the an them "Be gladi,and Rejoice." Mr. Cameron read as the lesson7 the par able of the Sower, and based his ser mon upon Isaiah's; description of the labor of the farm . in Isaiah,28. vv 24 28. Dr. McLaren- has' described this parable i.in;;:Isaiahi as'V-'a parable of divine.'revelation." Il" is a parable that shows .that.as a man adapts his ? treatment, of? the soil and its; products according- to their possibilities and -tlieir.'limitations,'so God uses different processes according...

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DIAMOND WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

DIAMOND WEDDING. » tfffSi I- I - On the 28th of December, 1912, Mr. and'Mrs. John Shaw, of "Brookvale," Kyneton^ rcached the sixtieth anni versary of their wedding, having been married at - Ecclesniachan, Linlith gowshire, on the 28th December, 1S52, by the Rev.. John Smith. The aged couple., did not (celebrate the unusual event until last'week, when they had completed 6t years and one month of married lite. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, the former 01" whom was born at Glasgow, and the latter, at Ecclesniachan, left Scotland in 1S54* in the sailing ship Chatham en route tor Tasmania, \yhither the majority of Mrs. Shaw's relatives had preceeded her. They 1 were accompanied by their only child: At the Gape en route for Tasmania another child, a daughter, was born. After staying for a short time in Tas mania the young couple came to Mel bourne,-anu there for some time Mr. Shaw .followed his business -of builder and contractor. With their family: of three; the youngest of whom was born at: Brunswi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

Trade' Addresses. Music Hath Charms -HERE ARB SOME OF THE LATEST AND BEST SONGS Instrumental Numbers. iOl at Sixpence. By Post 7d Each WALTZES. Woodland Whispers Wedding Bells Royal Visit 11 Baccio Rose of the Morn L'Entente 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 Waves Tuberose. Only For Thee Sweet Phyllis - "? - SCHOTTISCHE. Zena GALOP. The Toreador MARCHES. : Church Call (Church Parade. March): Australia .(Waldmere) Royal Artillery (Territorials) Advance Guard (Royal Pageant) . ? Country Life POLKA. The Bird's'Nest MAZURKA. Lily of the Valley Sternenzauber . TWO STEP. Tete a Tete The Half-Holiday. With the Fleet, The - West End Dreaming Daniel British Imperial Chimes Dashinc CAKEWALK. Darkies (Ragtime) QUADRILLE. The Alberts SONGS. One Word Mother Only a Faded Rose tiTc-M-cn-6 W h « r o-tV. o-Vtu I c tS " : Bloom Your Eyes Say Remember, Though Your Lips Say Forget ;Tlie Ligh...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

VII.-RE-DIRECT Oiv VICTORIA. Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addre.sees. 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. Re-directed letters, packets, and newsapers re-posted by an agent nf the addresees after delivery, provided tliey 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 ant? newspapers which are re-posted latei than the day after delivery will be taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Any which appear to have been opened will be chargeable as freshly posted unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper; as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. CJnder the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence ...

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THE EVIL OF PROFANITY. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

THE EVIL OF PROFANITY. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") Sir.-I .think it is due to, you.' to .be thanked for your fine article on ob scenity which appeared in the "Guar dian" a few days ago. Anyone who has taken an interest .in the uplifting of the masses knows what, a banefui effect bad language has^upon the lives of the people. There is no more in jurious and destructive agency, extant than obscenity to pervert the youths from the paths of rectitude and land them in utter ruin and disgrace, and, has brought thousands .-to.a"dishonor?; ed grave and a disgrace to their rela tives. . I have been .pleased to notice from time to time some splendid' piece's of poetry and fine literary ex tracts,' etc., which have, anocared in your paper, and as one who has trar veiled much in this as well as other States;" I can truthfully say I have never known a better secular journal. -Yours, etc.,' ' THREE YEARS' SUBSCRIBER. Edgecombe, 31/1/14. J. F. Leypoldt.-It is stated that a Melbourne...

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SELECTING THE BISLEY TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

SELECTING THE BISLEY TEAM <3^ - .. The Victorian Rifle Association on , Friday evening discussed the methods' of selecting the Bisley team, and it . was decided that applications be cal led from country and .'metropolitan shots, and-that a committee be ap pointed to "select fifteen, men from the country and fifteen., men \from the metropolitan area to compete tor: selection inr the Bislej' team. -With regard to" the method of selection from the competitors in the test it was decided that two men should be chosen by the selection committee out of the first six in the test, and that the remainder of the team, including the emergencies, should'be chosen by the selection committee from the re mainder of the competitors. In the Bisley test the ranges have been fixed at '300, 600, 700 and 900 yards, and the competitors at the long, range are to be" allowed to, continue shooting till getting .into the target. The selection, committee sare- Major ,-Merrett, Gol . Semmens, Co.^Mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

EDUOAI/.C-B?,!. SUCRED Heart Ladies' College . CONVENT OF MERCY. , KYNETON. PUPILS" SUCCESSES IN 191=. ' A In February TWO COMPLETED, Junior! Public. 1 1:,' IN December four, passed®.*: j UNIOR Public; two obtained groups. - A total of 5S passes was obtained," with IOVdislir.ctions. One PASSED Se nior Public; two matriculated. -< \ Pupils -are rec-JU'edv IOR 'PIANOFORTE,. Singing, Violin; Madoline.I. Harmony. -ISHORTLIANC'. -Typewriting, Boo'CLCEEPING ; 4Drawing. PAINTING AND Physical- Cul ture. . 1 FIRST TERM, FEBRUARY 2. ^ . Terms on application to THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. . FICTION. FASHIONS. ME CHANICS. THEATRELAND. LATEST MAGAZINES FROM AMERICA - JUST TO HA-ND. Including::- - THE GREEN BOOK.. THE BLUE BOOK. NEW STORY MAGAZINE - EVERYBODY'S, MAGAZINE ALL-STORY. ' " COSMOPOLITAN - ? V SMART SET' SMITH'S MAGAZINE.. ' MCJLXJRE'S. THE^AR-GOSY. - -T.- "~'R"J M (J M S 3 Y. 1 ." CAVALIER >. '1 - ' TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. POPULAR PAECKANICS. RAILROAD and-CURRENT ME CHANICS. AMERIC...

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LABOR IN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

j LABOR IN CONFERENCE. At the Political Labor Conference sitting in Sydney (writes the "Argus''Y the' most interesting discussion in the afternoon was that on the following motion, frBin^tlVe'jl^rl'inghvirst branch ? of fhe Political'Labor Le'ague: "That the conference instructs the Parliamentary Party to have a select committee appointed to inquire into the whole system of education, and that, a report be submitted of a system or systems which would be acceptably to all sections of the community." The motion was rejected by a sub stantial majority. The Mortdale branch of the Politi cal Labor League submitted the fol lowing motion: "That all members of the Parlia- - mentarjr Labor Party be requested* to: give 10 per cent, per annumi' from their -Parliamentary-.? salaries: the.. P.L.L. fighting funds." After considerable: discussion a idiri vision was taken.^ This-^showed--.-; the; motion to be- rejected' by vonljr three votes. The conference agreed-that it'was desirable'that-at-tW ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

<a V- ,. ?'* it., tr * ^aa V Pi<ja;;i?:g <8 exhilarating. Wanted / ; WANTED TO ' HIRE.-Draught HORSE for Ploughing .for three or four-weeks. Ar>nlv this office. WANTED. - Several Good' TEN ANTS waiting- for HOUSES to Lease Apply to W. li. BATTERS, Agent'. Lost and Found LOST.-Blue Greyhound WHELP, 12.weeks old, white spot on chest, ear marked. Reward for information. EDWARD'SMITH STRAYED into my paddock.-3 ( Fat BULLOCKS and .1 COW. Own- 1 er can have same by paying expenses, i G. WALKER, Cemetery road. ? £ 1 REWARD. LOST.-One Bay HORSE,, white face and slit in near ear. J. A.- MAR RIAGE, Woodend: LOST.-Black Kelpie DOG; ans wers name Darkie. Detainer prosecu ted. Reward. C. W. HEAD, Moore Park, Kyneton. For Sa'e or To Lei FOR SALE.-Greyhound PUPS, by Mountain Deer-Ladv Cope. Ap ply GLENNY BROS., Glenlyon. .' FOR SALE. -- HORSE, Doul>lc-' seated BUGGY and HARNESS. ''R." GOULD, Malmsbury, Tenders. TENDERS. TENDERS, returnable to the un dersigned...

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SPORTING NOTES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

SPOTTING NOTES. BOWLS. For the third Revmic medal piaved on Friday.last, P, A- Foley (?.) beat Sergeant;P/jBnjetiii(3) by 11 to 6. ?For tlie Geelong Association cham pionship Mr. L. S. Castles, of Colac, formerly of Kyneton, was runner-up being beaten in the (Inal by Broken shire, of Belmont, by 21 to 8. There were 42 entries. The final game,for the single-hand-, ed championship, of the North-West ern Bowling Association was played on the Beiidigo green on Saturday afternoon in the presence of a large number of enthusiasts, the contes tants being Dr. H. A. De Ravin and Mr. H: M. Lcggo. The green was in capital order, and some fine play was witnessed. In the early stages the form of "both men was hardly up to championship standard, but in- the lat ter half some splendid bowling was shojvn. Legcro excelled at the short ends, whilst .Do- Ravin relished the long ends. The former, however, when he had the mat. generally threw the. .jack for' three-quarter to full length -ends, a fact whi...

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MINING. MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

MINING. "MANAGERS' REPORTS. Premier. _ Kyneton, 30th.-25 tons, loz! to 2oz.. stone at grass. South drive extended, with indications .of new make of stone in a few feet. Sto ping- .over south lev.ej®big formation, showing gold. 100ft. level-Drive ex tended loft. 011 indicator, face , very promising. Battery: and buildings on the- mine ready for- immediate erec tion. New Galatea^Energetic, Malms-: bury, 30th.-Drive to 40ft.: passed through small cjuartz leader. Pro pose boring at 50ft. Shaft to i86fi. A- Question of Cleanliness. -It would -be pleasant to see a .keener civic sense of p'ride in the cleanliness of our streets evidenced in Kyneton'. Fruit skins ana stones, bananas, and qrangc .peel, paper bags, pieces of "ne\yspapec and other rubbish, too.of ten-litter the roadways and footpaths in. the town". . On.Sundays" the streets arc;in.a more objectionable condition than usual, 011 account of the pur chases; of fruit, etc., and the Saturday night traffic. Last Sunday the remains' ....

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MAL[?]BURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

MALK3BURY. Send-off lo Constable Corry.-A meeting was held at Relph's National Hotel on Saturday night to make ar-_ ran^meuts^fpr. a fitting send-off to Coiis,t,able/ Corry, who has been pro moted to the position of senior con stable and is to be stationed at Rus sell street. There wag,a large gather ing and Cr. Irwin presided. A strong committee was appointed with. Cr. G. Hookey as hon. secretary. Harvest Thanksgiving Service.-At the Presbyterian Church on- Sunday afternoon a harvest thanksgiving ser vice was held. The church was very beautifully decorated ???with fruit; flow ers. vegetables and' cereals.; The Rev. Lithgow Tait,- B.A., preached an . ap propriate sermon from the text, "Give Us Day by Day Our Daily Bread." Jiarvcst> hymns; were sung, and Miss Paterson: officiated at the organ. - Sunday School Picnic.-Owing to the difficulty in securing waggons the combined Sunday School picnic will take place in the Malmsbury Botanical -Gardens on-\Vedncsday. next instead of ' in ...

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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, FEB. 3, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 February 1914

KYNETON, TUESDAY, FEB. 3, 1914 The Back Past-^Ot>-tli<. b=ct.paffo; ?ill be found the Melbourne and Bcn digo Markets, unci an interesting ex tract entitled Teaching, Nature'Short Cuts. Another--readable article is an account of a holiday in' Norway, touching" specially upon the .cxploita-. lion-.of Norway',** scenic riches by gU. gantic hotel companies. " A Fire Averted."On . Saturday morning-a. hand-cart .containing bot tles was left standing outside Mr; Costello-s livery stable, Market street, : by Mr. Sevens, marine dealer, -who. had been collecting .bottles . from householders . in . the town. On the cart. 111 addition to the bottles; were a; number of bags, which suddenly, burst into flames. Mr. IJ evens rushed out of the livery stable yard and wheeled tlie cart inside' and 'applied the hose to . its . contents.v 'He cannot account for the origin of the fire. Hurley Sticks for Brisbane.-M r. Ouain, of Market street, Kyneton, :is to-day forwarding' 30 hurling stick...

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SPORTING NOTES. KYNETON TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

SPORTING "'NOTES. KYNETON TROTTING CLUB. The above club will hold their meeting, as . sidver.tised, to-morrow, and the event promises to be the best of its kind yet held locally. Excellent entries have been received, as indica ted by the handicaps published below. It is expected that the meeting will be liberally patronised by sportsmen from. Melbourne. Bendigo and other centres, and the club also anticipate good local patronage. The following are the handicaps for the trotting events: Tradesmen Trot. - Keadon, Old Nick, Packer, Our Hope, Go On, scr.; Louie G., Miss Print, Speculation, 20 yds. bhd.; Diversion, 30 yds.; Direct ?Dot, Harry Lauder, 50 yds.; Katie D., Keilor, 80 yds. Distance Handicap Trot.-Dottic B" VVhaleboue., O.G., Digitalis B., scr.; Blue Eyes, Salvalue, Foremost, 10 yds. bhd.; Zuenee, Trafalgar, S011 y. 20 ydsi: Lady McBcth, 40 yds.; ? Pietre Bo.tte, 90 yds.;- Miss Jessie? not eligible. .President's Trot.-Dottie B, Whale bone, O.G., scr.; Blue Eyes, Foremost, Coma...

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KYNETON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

KYNETON PIG MARKET. "'At Tuesday's market 117 pigs were yarded: : Receipts, £2/10/6. - Messrs. VV-. H. Fvsh and Co. re port: Representative attendance of curers;-and biddings were animated throughout at record summer prices. Small - yarding of young pigs,' which were -'keenly sought after at firmer figures. We booked 65 pigs, and quote":, Prime weighty ? baconers, £3 16/ to - £4/6/; lighter do., £3/1/ to £3/15/; porkers, £2/5/ to £2/7/; stores,'- £1/8/6 to £1/17/; suckers, '£1 to. £1/5/6. . . A Sensational Explosion.-On Mon-, day night the Moa left Wellington for Wanganui. ' She was laden with benzine and kerosene. Just off Wan ganui Heads an : explosion "took place and the Moa ,was almost - instantly aflame from stem to stern. The crew coulii. not launch , the-.boats'-as they, were on fire but threw life buoys, ad pieces of wood overboard and then? jumped into the sea. The Arapara. was in the vicinity and went to the rescqjp; but as she was laden with ben^ zinc and kerosene, she da...

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