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THE MINERAL SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

THE MINE&AI/ SPRINGS. It is-"certainly gratifying to learn that the deputation which waited up on the Premier \resterday was success ful in securing the promise that the Government. would aid in developing and beautifying the mineral springs at West Kyneton which are on the main road from Kyneton ; to Castlemaine, and were known for so long as -Boggy Creek. The Progress Association was re presented by Cr. G."Hurry and Mr. Fred. Armstrong, both of whom are also, on the Mineral Springs Commit tee. They were introduced by Mr. R. I. Argyle, M.L.A. The promise was given that the springs would Ge made a place of beauty in order that they might in turn impart a joy everlasting to motorists and holiday makers gen erally. It was urged by each of the speakers that the' spring offered a plentiful supply of beautiful mineral water, which, according to analysis furnished by the Government and other officials, contained such excel lent properties as to render them very valuable. These spr...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

EYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. . «?»«- i .1 1 ? -- i The toll owing1 notices of motion will be dealt with att.hc council meet ing on Saturday next: 3. Cr. Clark: to move-''That : ten ders he invited,.?.returnable-1.' ? attKncxt meeting. for ??supplying 500 cubic -yards metal for Kyaeton streets." 2. Cr. Spain to move-'"That an ex tra rate ot sixpence* in.the £.be struck on all rateable property in the lvync ro.'i Riding of the shire."' 3. The President; , to . move-'"That tenders be invited; returnable at 'next meeting, for maintenance nietal. Cen tral road. Piper's'Greek,-as per allb~ cation , / . 4. Cr. Be.grg'to' tnover-"That- tender^: :be* invited; returnable at nex^-mcetingj' for.irepairsv '^indv:'' cro'ssings,- : Honey- , suckle Hill road. Lauriston." 5. Cr - McWhinney -to»move-T-'Ojhat tenders be invited.irerurhable'afcjucxt meeting,^ for repairs to- Lauriston bridge., as per allocation.'' - ?: 1 6. Gr. Dwyer vo move-"That ten-, ders be invited, returnable at next meeting, for forming...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT ELPHIN8TONE. As the last train from Bendigo to Melbounre was approaching the F.l pliinstone station last evening a seri ous accident occurred, the victims be ing Matthew Richardson, of Hotter .street, Collingwood, and Alexander ?Skully. of 26 Cambridge street. Col iingwood. The two are-mates, and. the evening being close,., they sat in the open doorway of one of the car riages, their legs protruding some, dis tance of the ;;idc. How the accident occurred is not exactly known, but the men were struck with great force .-by. some object, .wviosed to be either the edge of the platform or the posts 01 the railway, gates which stand a little beyond the olatform. Skully was onl"- slightly injured and contin ued the journey to Melbourne, but Richardson received very serious in juries to both legs. A phone message was sent on to *the Kyneton station and arrangements were at once made to have _the injured man removed to the hospital on the arrival of the train at' ...

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TWELVE BEST ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

TWELVE BEST ROSES. <gr* : The "Argus" plebiscite of 191-1 ha.s resulted as follows: Fran (Carl Drus chki, 390: Mde. Abel Chatenay, 3S.;; White .M.'unan Cachet. Lyons Rose,-302: K. A. Victoria.'300; Gene ral McArthur, 260; Belle Scibrccht, 243; La France, 219: Joseph Hill. 156; Prince Caniille de Rohan, 144; Rhea Reid. 139; Manian Cochet, 124. In rgoj tlic vote was considerably different, being the following: La France, 338: Mainan Cochet, 324; The Bride, 254: Kaiserin Augusta Victoria. 2ig; Prince Caniille dc Rohan, 209; Marcchal Neil, 201: White Manian Cochet, 192; Cloth of Gold. 182: Mde. Lambard.. 177: Xiphetos, 143: Mrs. J. Laing, 123: Belle Seibrecht, I2t. The next dozen in the present pie-, biscite is as follows: S.ouv; de 'Maria de . Zayas.' Dean - Hole." /Georges Schwartz. Mrs. David MeKee, Lady Battersea, ^Chateau de Clos Vouifcot, Laurent:Carle, Airs. , Harold BroeklQ-. bank, Lady Roberts, Caroline Tes,-' tout.vClimbing.- Belle Seibrecht, Rich mond./ ^ x "Consid...

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MEAT EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

MEAT EXPORT TRADE. . . Mr Russell Rayson, Invent'or^Qi/.tlyc; Macmeikan freezing' and defrosting process.. has returned from a business;' trip to England, and ^peaks' interest-' ingy of the' meat export jtrade. ;':i Mri'. Rayson savs that while ordinaryAAuS:-' tralian frozen beef was bringing sid.-' per lb., his consignment, frozen hard, brought .jd. per lb., and. defrosted by his process, 42J- per lb. The beneficial effects of the £2,000.000 spent' in im proving the Liverpool Docks have air ready been felt. A motor service from Tilbury Qock lo. the Smithfield market conveys Australian produce in two hours, and the mauling.and other objectionable practices arc now' a thing of the past, . Ivlr. Rayson says he believes1 that .Australia'Will be, within the next five years, the largest hard frozen, licet producer in the world. Argentina has already abandoned freezing- in favor ?of chilled beef," as the use: of formal-: delyde in the Linlcy process;prevents the mildew which was the troub...

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ALLEGED ASSAULT ON CONSTABLE. WARRANT ISSUED. YOUNG MAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

ALLEGED ASSAULT ON CON STABLE. - ? --? WARRANT ISSUED. YOUNG- MAN ARRESTED. On Tuesday morning Constable Downcs, of Tyden, cann: into Kvne ton and interviewed Mr Barlow, P.M., ; who, on the constable's information, issued a warrant for the arrest of a young man named James Fleming. The latter was a few months ago brought before the Kyneton Court and fined 5/ on a charge of drunken ness. Constable Downes being the in formant. The information upon which the warrant was issued in the present; in-: stance was to the effect that on Mon day afternoon last Constable Downes,. in company with a travelling optjeian, drove out for the: purpose of ascer taining the whereaboutis'ot a bush, fire' that was burning iir - the ranges be tween Springhill and Little Hampton. It, is alleged ithat'on the; way out they came to Felming's camp.^when , the: constable: stopped for' the' purpose of. transacting some business'"with Flem ing in regard- to the State' electoral canvass now being conducted by the, ...

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THE BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

THE BUSH FIRES. Further particulars have reached us regarding- the destructive, fire which swept over so many properties at Bayton 011 Sunday and consumed, be sides miles of fencing, quite 5000 acres of grass lands. A number of slock is known to have perished, but the full extent of the damage in this respect will not be known until the mustering of the stock has been completed. Perhaps the heaviest sufferer by the (ire was- Mr. Martin McKenna, J.P., of "Glen F.rin." who lost about 1.200 acres of grass and several miles of fencing. Air. Mclvenna's homestead was saved with difficulty, his slacks catching lire several times. The fire started near Bryee's hut in Mr. Win. Green's paddock, ^Vhere 650 acres were burned. . From there it crossed a portion of Mr.,:McKenna's property and then into Mr: Green's homestead 1 paddock, where .it burned right down to the house. The latter was saved |.after treat exertions 011 the part of 1- the;neighbours. ......The fire then passed on'-, to' -Mr. ?...

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METHODIST CHURCH. A HAPPY FAMILY GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

METHODIST CHURCH. A HAPPY FAMILY GATHERING. A meeting of the members and ad; hcK'tii.s of the Mehodist Church was held in the School Hall on Monday evening-, and was presided over by the pastor, the Rev George Cameron., It' v.as aptly referred to as 'the church: family gathering, and its purpose is to lay all matters affecting the various departments of church .work before the members of Hie congregation. The*, senior circuit steward, Mr. D. Mer rett, read the circuit balance sheet, and explained the various items. The announcement of a substantial credit balance, despite unusually .heavy ex penditure, was received with applause. Mr;L L. J ones, assistant';secretary to the Sunday School, submitted a lucid report .of the year's work, his state-, ment being supplemented by the trea surer. Mr. T. . Willis, who intimated that the indebtedness incurred by the extensive alterations and improve ments to the Sunday School had been 'discharged . with'-,'thc 'exception of .about,:£34. The sec...

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SPRENGHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

SPRENGHILL. ; - Cricket.-Last, Saturday was a bye in the list of fixtures tor the K.D.C.A., being the end of the second round of matches played under that head. Teams representing the married, men md the bachelors were pitted against each other, though, for lack of adver tisement, the full complement of- the forces was not assembled. The re spective captains were obliged to re quisition substitutes from their adver saries. but notwithstanding this a pleasurable afternoon was spent. The married fraternity batted first and were dismissed for 48. .of which F. Rasmussen was responsible for 41. Party feeling: ran high towards the close of the game,.but the" single gen tlemen ran out . winners by the bare majority of i runs. H. McCann aug mented the score for the bachelors by j batting vigorously for 35. Painful Accident.--Miss C: Wilson met with an extremely painful acci dent thfc other'day. On stepping from the buggy to the ground her foot in some manner twisted, and a sprained ankle re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

Educational. Sacred Heart Ladies' College CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNETON. - PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1912: In February two completed:junior i Public. _ J -In December four passed Junior i Public; two obtained' groups.: ; j A tolr-1 of 58 pusses was obtained, I ? with 10 distinctions.- ? Onepassed Se- ; nior Public: two matriculated.' V] Puuils are received .for Pianoforte, j Singing;: - Violin^. Madoli!2e.Harniony.. | Shortlisnd. Tvpewritingy Bookkeeping | Drawing. Painting- and Physical' Gul- I ««?«. "W , . FIRST TERM. FEBRUARY 2. '. 1 Terms cm application to v THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. FICTION. FASHIONS. ME , CH/iNICS. THEATRELAND. ' LATEST MAGAZINES FROM ? . AMERICA - ' JUST TO IIAXD. Including:-; THE GREEN BOOK. THE BLUE BOOK. . NEW STORY MAGAZINE : EVERYBODY a MAGAZINE ALL-STORY. COSMOPOLITAN SMART SET SMITH'S MAGAZINE. v " McLURE'S. THE ARGOSY. MUNSEY. CAVALIER TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. POPULAR MECHANICS. KAILROAD and CURRENT ME CHANICS. AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION ' LApiES' WORLD WOMAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

Music Hath Charms -HERB ARE SOME OF THE LATEST AND BEST S0N6S Instrumental Numbers. -&11 at Sixpence. By Post 7d Each WALTZES. Woodland Whispers Wedding Bells Royal Visit II Baccio Rose of the Morn L'Entente Cordialc Wild Woodbine Perle D'Orient Only a Faded Rose Pearl of the Night Kashmir Gems of Erin Donauwcllen . Dreaming Eyes 's ;: Dainty Aubade" ' v r Over, the '.Waves ? Tuberose Only For Thee Sweet Phyllis ."SCHOTTISCKE. Zena . GALOP. ? The Toreador MARCHES. * - Church Gall (Church Parade-March) Australia (Waldmere) Royal Artillery (Territorials) Advance: Guard ;:(Royal . Pageant) '.o-v Country Life ' - ' POLKA. : ' * , The Bird's Nest MAZURKA. Lily of the Valley Sternerizauber " TWO STEP. Tete a Tete The' Half-Holiday. - With the* Fleet The West End Dreaming Daniel British Imperial Chimes " CAKEWALK. ' Dashing Darkies (Ragtime) QUADRILLE. The Alberts SONGS. .«>T-Onc'*Word Mother ... Only a Faded'Rose In the Meadow Where the Violets Bloom Your Eyes Say Remember, Tho...

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CRICKET. Kyneton v. Springhill. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

CRICKET. v Kyneton v. Springhill. On Saturday Kyneton.meet Spring :hill on Barkly Square. The local team will be chosen from Young (2) Suth erland, - Plunkett, Thomson; ;. Horton, i Hurry;' Simpson, Morris,' Head,-?Car tani, Strcdwick (2),' Grant, Stubbs, Chapman and Knight.

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The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

®fa ©ttMitimt KYNETON,' THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1311 The Back Page.-Several interest-, my items will be found on page four 01 this issue, including an account of the career of .Mr. Jones,, the bandmas-; r.er of the Geelong Band; ???Victoria's-: State Forest, and the Meat Export Trade, Kyneton Shire Council's No vices of Motion, and some pertinent remarks rc the Meat: Export Trade. Two interesting reprints are The Es kimos and the Explorer, and Keeping House in England. : ? - * Alms : House Reserve.-A public meeting, convened by the president of the shire, was' held in the council chamber at the Shire Hall yesterday i afternoon for the purpose . of nomina- i ting-five persons for appointment as i trustees of the land known as the. .Alius House1 Reserve in, Ebden street i north, Kyneton. There were present: i Cr. Skehill (president of the shire, in'i the chair), the ? Rev. Otho Bryant, I Messrs. A. E. Tulloh, H. Harper and ! F. Stevens, Mrs. Yule and ^Misses I Murray and Menzics. On^the mot...

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MALMSBURY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

MALMSBURY RACING CLUB. Following are the entries . for .the meeting to. be held on Wednesday,. February n: Trial Handicap.-Footbeat, Break foot, Highland Belle,-Forget Land,; Kaylulali. _ v.-:v'Distance! ????.?Handicap. i-TrotiVirr--1.-.Ohio;-. Bellonay O.G,, Fairy Lad, Louie'.G., Sirocco, Tiniothvi: Little .DotV Dottie B., Francis, Whalebone, Digitalis. Mai ins bury"" Cup' ^Handicap.-Lucky Bean, Quickbolt," Paris, Lady -M'ercia, Kaylulali, ?Brewer's -Crystal, -vNig-ht Walk. . Open' Hack Race.--Footbeat, Foot vent, Brcakfoot, Berry Jerry. Novelty Pony Race.-If, Alma, Lit tle Zoe, Lady Irene, The Spec, Iona, Nipper, Lady Venture, Blush,-Lauris ton, Miss Argyle, Echo, Humbug, Footolate; Addie's Dream, Wee Loch, r.Welter Handicap-Footbeat, .Quick bolt, Paris, Kaylulah, Careful, Brew er's Crystal, Tasmate, Night "Walk.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

Bereavement Notices. Mr. GEORGE FERRIS and Miss M. FERRIS are desirous of express ing- their deep sense of GRATITUDE' to Dr. Faulkner, of Kyeton,. for" his long-continued and unremitting atten tion to theirmother during her long illness. They, are also especially grateful tor the consoling attentions of the Rev. Father O'Callaghan and the Rev. Father . Donovan. For the receipt also of letters, telegrams ' and cards ot sympathy they arc likewise deeply grateful. ' , West Kj-neton.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

Wanted. WAXTEQ. - Smart YOUTH. MORLEY JOHNSON & C-Q.' " LAL) WANTED.-LAD,. Wanted to learn Drapery track. Apply G. H. THOMSON, "The Block," ''WANTEdT^TSeveral GaoJ TEN ANTS wailing for HOUSES to. Lease , Apply to W. H. BATTERS, Agent: Fsr Sale or To L<a FOR SALE.-Greyhound PUPS, by Mountain Deer-Lady Cope. Ap ply GLENNY BROS., Glenlyon. HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is Sold by A. STREDYy ICK, Central Pharmacy, MoUison Strce^ '' T-ctc$$i§ . . . ? 1 ? Trade Addresses tr* Two Special Prices in Dress Materials At 1/- and 1/11 the Yard. Exceptional Values. For Two Weeks only. Silk Embroidered Blouse Ends - . Special at 1/11. «. H. Thomson J MOLLISON STREET, KYNETON. § * Phone 82. 1 ! : ! bost and Found. £i REWARD. "LOST.-One Bay HORSE, white | face and slit in near ear. 1. A. MAR- I 'RIAGE, Woodend. j " 'T I LOST.-Black. Kelpie DOG; ans-j Avers name Darkie. Detainer prosecu ted. Reward. C. W. HEAD, Moore . Park, Kyneton. LOST.-Small Jersey COW, one broken horn. Last seen Bo...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Dalgety and Company Limited re port, under date February 2: We held our thirteenth sale of the season'yes terday, ? and . the last of our. regular weekly;series, when we offered a large and attractive catalogue of close on 5000 bales. There was a large atten dance of buyers, and competition was animated and-general throughout at values .quite equal to advanced rates noticeable at last Monday's sale. A good clearance of the catalogue was effected, .making the company's sales., in Victoria for the season to date close.on 100.000 bales. Pride of place wa secured by -a choice Tasmanian clip, branded Cleveland, the property: of Gellibrand Bros., which realised up to i6d. per lb. for fleece, and aver aged n-jd. per lb. for. the whole clip. There was a good demand for scour ed, which sold up to 22id. , Dr. Adeney Plans Movements.-Ad vices were received by the Congregar tion Union of-Victoria a few days ago that ; the Rev. W. F. Adeney, D.D.. formerly chairman, of the1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

To Do Othcrn Goo3-».."J have Keen living SAY. -V>r thir teen yinr.s" writ..1.- Mr. [.,!>!. Tr,i:;a!e, l-'.iliViir .i{ tV.'. ("\Y.i I rli nuin." "! )i:ri:iy <1i:m I i>? i>. I have i.rrn I (.. -.IM.-U . I 'Mat ' : v )!.;;. .lil.l 5j,->.v ,11 \ r. ? 111 > »3 1 I-. Mr!,.'-1 i jm'-. Go!'.-. ti-j r«.al ' I'mui.',- T.\ tj-nrl fy r . 1 iV '." J <X rc :-z<S'.s:ri> <. .vha'. .^ra yl5.tr-' o'i 3:. vou ro: f:r :. dc fctherr ~r<i ^;r rale by T. F. Hayes! 'L.K?.rlc.- Matthew?. M-jV*sbary, and all storekeepers and cbcraists. WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING r*[ Pleases M ! 1 High prices are only uec^BM'.rv ^rhcn mra hr.ve to oc paid fat sa!ar;e:; todrive ro;tnu xh- country Jiesleriiiv; you to-buy n mr.chic'e vtiirr you want it or not. WARi) lli<0 o::ipiciv tuj Ccu::trr Canvassers' Thais they sell a tip top machiue snara'nten'fl for X5 years. frc:-.;l:t pa hi less th-ii others on i-jsv. terms. When yon trou...

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KEEPING HOUSE IN ENGLAND. AN AMERICAN FEELS FOREIGN [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 5 February 1914

KEEPING HOUSE IN ENGLAND. AN AMERICAN' FEELS FOREIGN I don't know how an American--I speak in the comprehensive key of the middle class-feels when she en tcrs~ a ^ Russian house or a German house.- hut 1 dip know how she feels when she first enters the-house of an. Englishwoman (writes an Aniencnu. in the "London Daily Chronicle"). She'feels more foreign than a New Yorker feels in Xew Orleans,, ana that'is saying that she feels herself'in a new planet Kor, if an Englishman, s -house is his castle., then _an. English-; i woman's house in; herseii--a reckless, entrance is an invasion,:.of: vidualitv: That writer was not cor rect when he said that Americans "and British have' everything in cpmmon, except their languages. We lhave much i:i coir.mou. but not.ouivsystem, of housekeeping. The American. Asked to . Tea., : - \ The American is asked' to tea."She has had a letter of introduction" to. 'her hostess. and she is puzzied -wne-, ther she ou:uit to arrive half an hour before tea time...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 February 1914

NO ONE KNOWS The Weight of Another's Burden. Many a One Brought to Light. You know if you have a burden to bear. "You know where you are taxed to bear ii. You know how much, trouble it gives you. But do you know how to shake it off? The back bears more burdens than all the human organism. And it objects to it. sometimes em phatically. It aches, it pains, is weak and lame. It's your fault if you don't come to the rescue. Perhaps you don't know how. We could tell you. but you might doubt us. We will let this woman do it; then ''tis easier proven. ..Mrs.; A. Dalton, .Sturt street, Kvne ton,-, says:--"It is a real pleasure for me to acknowledge the relief I have obtained from using Doan's Back ache Kidney Fills.. I procured. this medicine for a nasty pain in my back which was so troublesome that I could not do my work. It does not sound alarming to say one has a pain in the back, but I was worse than many who would lie up. I used to endure agony. - I v.-as always disappointed after usin...

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