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PAY YOUR DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

PAY YOUR DEBTS. Any. man who makes a pretence at / being honest will try to pay for what he gets. But. having admitted .the justness of the claim that he does so. lie may be surprised at the wideness of the application of the principle that lies back of it. The earth pays for what it gets-the rain and the sun-. . shine, and ihc breezes of heaven with fruitfulncss. waving grain, buds and. blossoms and fruits, and the smil ing green of fields. It isn't a mere sponge, receiving always and never responding to the giver. It gives back everything with an added some thing of its own. The earth is honest, generously honest. And a man ougjit not to be any less so. , He is getting ? every day and hour and moment- of life; getting from all sides and in all possible ways. From the God who rules his life down to the little child who meets Jiim in the street every one gives him something. If he is going ; to be as honest'as the earth-is he will . ???Smre to be busy ail the time paying SYis debts,...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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A SENSATIONAL WRECK. STEAMER DISAPPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

A SENSATIONAL WRECK. STEAMER DISAPPEARS. .v ^ 1 he Cambewarra. built at yards of v:: Messrs. Smulders, Holland, for the ;Is:ew_ South Wales Government for i:-use in the conveyance of metal from ;the State quarries at Kiama and Port ,Kenible, struck a reef about 150 miles from Fremantle on Tuesday on her >::-way; sfrom Rotterdam to Sydney, and afterwards slipped down at the stern ::^andhdisappeared. The crew, consist :v;ing,;of. eight;Dutehmen and six Ger , v: mans/ were , all saved. The Cambe ^vyarra,first sighted Australia 011 Sun ..../".iday lastl but after, following the coast .line for a.short distance land was lost sight of. , , All went well until the early hours of .Tuesday morning;-, when, without - the slightest, warning, - the vessel struck' a: reef. The second mate was on watch;" an able seaman named Werner at the wheel. So terrific was the impact that the vessel's bow was . lifted high on to' the reef, and-- the helmsman .,' was thrown off his feet. The second officer...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

KYNETON COUNCIL NOTES, Private Hospitals. - The Public Health Department, writing to Satur day's meeting of the council, acknow ledged receipt of letter relative to the applications of nurses for registration of their premises as private hospitals, and stated that same would receive at tetion. Relative to the application of Mrs. M. Hogan for registration of premises in Lauriston street, the council was asked to furnish a sketch plan showing distances between house and boundaries of adjoining allot ments and also information as to how drainage from the premises is dis posed of.-Referred to the engineer. Chinese Laundrj'-Sergeant O'Brien, inspector of factories at Kyneton, for warded an applicaton by Tommy Ah Ben for registration of premises in High street as a Chinese laundry, and stated that he did not know of any reason why the application should not be granted.-Application granted. A Complimentary Letter. - The Young Women's Christian Associa tion of Australasia wrote as follows: ...

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THE MARKET YARDS. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

" THE MARKET YARDS. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDA TIONS. The Market Committee reported to Saturday council meeting having met on 5th inst., and recommended as fol lows;^- . :*? That shed for firewood be erected at'a cost of about . £10 on the south side of present '.'lavatory.'.' That it^-is not desirable , to alter the order of sales so that the sale of cattle begin at. 1.30 p.m., and that the sale of springers commence at the same time. That it is not desirable to ,erect a rotunda for the sale of dairjr cattle at present; owing to other more urgent improvements-- requiring attention. That"the engineer be .empowered to have. an extra" cleaning of the sheep peris!once a' month for the next "two months-at - a--cost- ot*>j 5/..por.» cleaning. ? The secretary rcpofted that Iig hafl in-, terviewed Mr. J. B. Thomson in re gard to piece 01" land required from him for enlarging the present market,1 yards when Mr. Thomson stated that lie would consider the matter during the next week, and give an...

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BUSH FIRE NEAR TRENTHAM. CROPS, HOUSES, FENCING, &c., DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

BUSH FIRE NEAR TRENTHAM. CROPS, HOUSES, FENCING, &c" DESTROYED. ' During Friday afternoon last a bush fire, which had been burning in the Crown lands country beyond Little Hampton for some days previous, took a remarkably sudden turn owing to a quick change of wind, and caused a considerable amount of destruction to farms near by. The ilames sprang across the properties with terrific force and for some hours a battle against great odds was fought by all (availablc hands in the locality. In a few minutes from the change of the wind the fire tore along through the property known as Dagge's, and swept a dwelling house thereon away before there was any chance at all of saving any portion of it or its contents. The occupant. H. Parker Layock, lost all his belongings and some cash. Al most immediately Mr. John Black well's farmyard was attacked and four of his grain stacks (containing all his crop for the season) and some of last year's) was swept away, also his stables, barn, mac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

Trade Addresses. Music Hath Charms -HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST AND BEST S0N6S Instrumental Numbers. All at Sixpence. Post 7d Each WALTZES. Woodland Whispers Wedding Bells Royal Visit 11 Baccio Rose ol the Morn L'Entente Cordialc AVild Woodbine Perle D'Orient ' Only a Faded Rose Pearl of the Night Kashmir , > Gems of Erin Donauwellen v 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 (Waldmcrc) Royal Artillery (Territorials) Advance Guard (Royal Pageant) Country Life v .. 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 CAKEWALK. Dashing Darkies (Ragtime) QUADRILLE. The Alberts . SONGS. One Word Mother .Only a Faded Rose . 'In the Meadow Where the Violets Bloom ..Your Eyes Say Remember, Though ......' Your Lips Say Forget .The Lig...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

VII.-RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspaper:: are; rc-directed without charge to am part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addre.sees. All applica tions for re-direction must be writter in ink and bear the signatures of tht persons to whom the correspondence is directed, otherwise they cannot hi -omplied with Re-directed letters, packets, am, newsapers re-posted by an ai<eni ni the addresees after delivery provv'f 'hey ire re-posted not late' thar day iSundays and Public HolK'a.v uot being counted) after delivery, am do not appear to have been opened arc- not "narjreahlf with postage . Re-directed letters, packets an-' newspapers which are re-posted Ian:; than the day after delivery will be taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Am which appear to have been openec will be chargeable as freshly poster unpaid letters, packets, or newspaiie~ as the case may be OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES Under the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence is treated ...

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ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

ELPHINSTONE. - The -L.i'st ? W-e^ncrsday,' Thursday and Friday were three "Black Thursdays" in succession. Old. residents aver that they were the three hottest days in succession here for years. Several local wood cutters and carters knocked off from n a.m. till .m. on those days, for they the heat unbearable for either man or beast. The nights, too, were unsleepable. The thunderstorm on Friday night cleared the air, although no rain fell here. Saturday and Sun nay were nicc and cool. Last week's weather was very trying on everyone V. ill-health, but I am thankful to say our local residents arc in robust neath. r.;^ Minstrokc.-Last Wednesday Mr. ?Mio-.v'hj;; 0f Taradale, was working ior Mr.xp. Phillips on the Coliban, unc-n abo\i midday he felt dizzv and went home. Arrived-there he fainted, a fin tor si.- hours remained uncon scious. His -vife sent for Dr. Main, ^nd in the mc-iniime tried different remedies. On h\s arrival the doctor diagnosed the cast as sunstroke and promptly appl...

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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, FEB. 10, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

KYTSTETON, TUESDAY, FEB. 10, 1914 The Back Page-A variety of read- | ing matter will be found on the back i page, including a reprint from the "Leader" upon Practical" Pig Feeding-, an account of the. sensational wreck, off Western Australia, of a steamer built to the order, of the New South Wales Government in Holland and-on its way 'to Sydney, . The Coliban Water Scheme,.,A;Clerg'yinani,Blqwn Up, New -York Women Thieves, A" Fifty Years' Forecast. Pay >°ur Debts. Give Them; a Cheer and The Talc of two Microbes, etc. ? _. A.W.N.L. History Competition. The A.W.N.L. ' conducts, in their monthly magazine, "The Woman," a history competition for school boys and girls each month. Sonic of our Kvncton High School pupils, compete. In* reporting the November competi tion tlie editress remarks: In class A (13-1? years> all the answers, received were meritorious, but two were of special merit, those of Norman Jones (16), of Piper street, Kyneton, and Irene Sandars (15). of Howell street,...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Retail Market. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. -Retail Market. Feb- Pork, 6*d. to gjd. per lb.; mutton, forcquarters, 3id. to 4*d.; iindquarters. 4*d. to 6*d.; chops, 5*d. :oS;d.; lamb, forcquarters, 2/6 to 3/6 charter; do., hindquarters, 4/6 to 5/6; roast beef. 4d. to 9d. per lb.; beef fteafc, 5d. to 6d.; best steak, iid. Poul J trv.-Fowls, 6/ to 8/ per pair; chick en's, 5/ to 7/; ducks, 7/ to S/; geese, 16/ to 20/. Turkeys are quoted at 25/ each. Cheese, gd. to 1/1 per lb.; eggs, special lines, up to 1/4 per doz.; but ter, 1/2 per lb.; honey, 4d. to 6d.; bread, 6*d. to /d. per 41b. loaf; bacon, fid. to 1/1 per lb.; hams, 1/2 to 1/5; milk, ^d. per quart. -Hay Market. Feb. 7.-There has been a fair de ;nad for hay this week, chaffing sorts being in good demand. Straw of prime quality is wanted, but inferior sorts are dull of sale. Chaff came forward freely, with good inquiry for prime qualities. Old manger hay, £5 to £5/10/; manger sheaves, £3 to £3 5/: chaffing do.. £2 to £2/5/; Vic torian straw, £1/12/6 to £2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

-J ~ ' Educational. Sacred Heart Ladies'. College CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNETON. PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1912: In February two completed Junior Public. . In December four passed Junior Public; two obtained groups. ? A total of 5S passes was obtained, with 10 distinctions. One passed Se nior Public; two matriculated. Pupils are recoived for Pianoforte, Singing:, Violin, Madoline, Harmony, Shorthand. Typewriting. Bookkeeping Drawing, Painting and Physical Cul ture. FIRST TERM, FEBRUARY 2. Terms on application t© THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. V \ FICTION. FASHIONS. ME CHANICS. THEATRELAND., LATEST MAGAZINES FROM AMERICA JUST TO HAND. Including: THE GREEN BOOK. . THE BLUE BOOK. - NEW STORY MAGAZINE . EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE ALL-STORY. COSMOPOLITAN SMART SET SMITH'S MAGAZINE. McLURE'S. THE ARGOSY. : MUHSEY. CAVALIER TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. POPULAR MECHANICS. .RAILROAD and CURRENT ME CHANICS. . AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION LADIES' WORLD "WOMAN'S MAGAZINE ELITE STYLES THE DELINEATOR. THE LADIES' HOME. A...

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NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL. The King has approved of the ap pointment of the Right Hon. Ronald Crauford Munro-Ferguson, P.C., M.I\ (Liberal) for Leith Burghs, as Gov ernor-General of Australia in succes sion to Lord Denman. Mr. Munro Ferguson, who is in his 55th year, is married to Lady Helen Hcrmione Blackwood, daughter of the first Mar quis of Dufferin. formerly Governor General of Canada and Viceroy of India. The appointment is very popular. Mr. Munro-Ferguson was appointed a Junior Lord of the Treasury when Lord Roscberry became Prime Minis ter in 1S04. He is a broad Imperialist and described as a "patriot rather than a party man." Mr. Munro-Ferguson is a keen agriculturist, and is a pio neer of farming methods in a nation of farmers. His Fife, Ross and Cro martj'- properties, 26,000 acres in all, each contain home farms worked un der his own supervision, and each is the demonstration farm for the dis trict, visited almost weekly by farm ers in search of practical results from experim...

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KYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

KYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. was helTS^'salSay5 'h the *]bov *»i MMTwS2rfeM?1 ne.°nTrTmb& ."bT"' ilcWI,i"- | W \r" 5'0rresp°ndence. I inquired n:htn-e Trentham. Trenlham, whether the r*500? r°ad) ' S2?SJ.S tb/ 1 bkt' io-fCar ei-°"S'h stone to do the weafW h0USi.0t ^lc ro*d before the the cnnn!o s" be infor»ned that ? " fecepts the offer, and that aetaijs would he arranged by the gineerCrS ^ thc riding and thc cn' Ihc Sunnyside" Foundry Picnic Comniittee asked that steps be taken to have February -5-the date of their 1 " . excursion to Ballarat-pro thVTC-B'!t-pv £ llollda>" »'i thc Tren -Granted. 1 Maurice Hurry, High street, Kyne ton, applied for the consent of the couneir to alteration of the level crossing across the footpath leading o his residence in Donnithornc , "e intended substituting a rootbridge constructed of Monier pipes, and bringing the same up to the level of the footpath.-Referred to members of the Kyneton Riding, with power to act. D. McLennan, superintendent of...

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MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

* ' A Large Snake.-On Friday'evening a snake was seen on the road between the lamp post and the bridge. A mo tor car passed and it lifted up its head in fighting attitude. _ A young local c}rcHst p.assed, and it agajn showed fight. Mr. Jack McCreery employed. §r. Hannigan's blacksmithv. was ling home from work on horse He jumped off the horse, which' .oung cyclist held, and with , a r stick dealt a death blow to his :ship, who will show no more iig antics. He proved to be a snake, measuring 6ft. long. \

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

TEENTHAM. Death of a Well-known Resident. About 7 o'clock on Saturday morning a well known identity of Trentham, Mr. M. Tilley, passed away at his re sidence. in Market street. Mr. Tilley had been in frail health for some time past, and his passing awa}' was prin cipally due to general debility. ..'.?He' was 86 years of age, .and was a colon ist of 57 years; his birthplace being-in Wiltshire, England. His connection with Trentham dated back many years. He was a carpenter by trade, and was. a familiar and most deserved ly respected figure in the town for a" long time, Hving. privately of late ow ing to advancing year's. Mrs.' Tilley and two daughters (Mrs Alfred Utber; of Prahran, and Mrs. S. Mackie, of Koroit) survive him, and they have ?the sympathy of many acquaintances and friends in their bereavement. While not taking any prominent part in public matters locally, the late Mr. Tilley had numerous interests in the' town and district; and; his; passing, which is much regretted, rem...

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AVIATION IN MELBOURNE. MR. H. HAWKER AEROPLANIST [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

AVIATION IN MELBOURNE. MR. H. HAWKER AERO PL ANIST The best exhibition in air craft yet given in Melbourne took place on Sat-; urday afternoon at Caulfield' racc tourse, when 30,000 people watched Harry Hawker rise 6000 feet in the air with a perfect mastery of his in strument and an easy grace never pre viously seen in Melbourne. The crowd, in their excited interest, became unmanageable and overflowed on to the course, getting in front of the binlane and impeding the prospect of a clear run;" and in consequence Hawker . had to cut his programme short,- as he could not take the risk of descending amid a mass of surging humanity if he had a passenger with him. The aviator made three flights on Saturday. L-ord Denman and Mr. J. Watson were to have been passengers in each of the two first two flights, , but the crowd caused a change in the plan. The difficulty in landing near a 1 crowd is caused by the displacement of air and the currents ceasing to exist as soon as the crowd is passed...

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HEAD MASTER KYNETON S.S. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 February 1914

HEAD MASTER KYNETON . S,S. Irr Geo; Robinson, , of -Kyneton State 'School, lias received notice of promotion to the neadmastership- of Hampton State School, and will take his departure from Kyneton at Easter. During: Mr. Robinson's- term as head master of Kyneton State School lie has proved" eminently successful; not only as a teacher but as an- organiser. He has specialised to a considerable extent in the agricultural .side of .the school's activities, and has been very successful in his efforts, the school winning in 1912 the A.N.A. prize for the best-kept school garden in the district to which it belongs. To Mr. Robinson, too, was greatly-owing the successful carrying out of the Kyne ton District State Schools' Exhibition held last December. He has taken a keen interest in the establishment of the Kyneton District High School, and is president of the Kyneton Tech nical School Council. ;Mr. Robinson has alsotaken much interest in the local Progress Association, has been, a member ...

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WELL IF UNCONSCIOUS. MAN WHO COULD WORK IF HE BELIEVED HE COULD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 February 1914

WELL IF UNCONSCIOUS; - :- - - MAN' WHO COULD WORK IF HE BELIEVED HE COULD. "One of those curious cases of the brain subjugating the physical part 'of a- man." was Judge Austin's descrip tion of a workman's compensation-. ;case which came before him in De cember at Bristol County Court. The oiaimii?. a. mason's laborer, learned Lampard.'had had his hand 3a-. e'erated two year- ago and had re ceived ha!i wages' up till last July". A doctor, who save evidence; sai d the i man^s trouble was ?mental rather than i ...physicaU'- for under an anaesthetic his hand and lingers were quite flexible, but directly lie regained consciousness his hand became so rigid that lie coulcL not use it. It he could be madjv-j'^ believe he could work he warT able to work, hut at pre^- J"\^3S clearly not a case of pr?,1.1 ^c'nn'?- , An award of during the ' On Thursday evening wsree, .who resides at Melbourne: Air^Kpngaroo Flat, was holding a at his residence while his brother drove it into the ground with an...

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THE ROM[?] OF THE MACA[?]NI BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 February 1914

Work") Don\° ^ ^vntes XV°f.d^ " ? a pianer in a m\ -1,dt.Was °P"atmg : As the, cutting? S11°P in Ch,cago. fnriii F went back - and scrc'w Mi/1 \ ;VOI"k- turned a pleasure of' the Sf .notclJSs-af lh£ nrp".P(Vi , AL uJrafcor. One day it this !C-y,Vs machinist that "for him' wx" ?12 macic to count . S^"ic""c^fdVrcHhi8?^-c° " pio-tr.; "i -\(1 \ fnend of his United ^States ^\vili he Xin°"us calcu latin g- bymachinerw" \ a ^ :ic!lievi,/s" thi\-lorious ob ject. he purchased-a woV,n hnv it trip comer grocery. It l:a\* ' ' tamed many reels of mae;W; nV next bought some heel skeW"' t tbZ .butcher s, some elastic hand iwe druggist's, and "some staple^ <),.?> hardware store. he \vas: n\\y all ready to take advantage of thVsr<* v^hclav ihat came his way. X °:c.r ll3V-.Wl were. onc^a. Dorr E. Felt. middletr over.aivinfamous conh-a,<j;".^ made ot skewers; -silastic' bands,^'.,^" wire staples-savoury o<lors ?flo^aUw up the while from the boardnig house...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 February 1914

Funeral Notice. The friends of Mr. John Reardo of Malmsbury, arc respectfully invite., to follow the remains of his late be loved wife. Bridget, to the place o" interment, the Ivlalinj'oury Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to Ieav/ the residence of his daughter, Mrs. J McCarthy, Mollison .street. Kyneton. Tills DAY- (Thursdr.v) at 1.30 p.m. J. CUDD1HY. Undertaker and F.mbalmer, Moi!' son street.. 'Phone 53.

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