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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-office, Kyneton, For [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-office, Kyneton, For Melbourne, at 7.10 a.m., 1.30 p.m., S p.m. Bendigo, 2.35 P-m. and S p.m. L'p T.P.O., at 1.30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Woodend, at 7.10 a.m. and r.30 p.m. Carlsruhe R.S., at 7.10 a.m. Tylden, Trentham and Fcrnhill, at 7-55 a.m. Down T.P.O., 9 a.m. ant* 2.35 and 8 p.m. Metcalfe, at 8.55 a.m. daily. Glenlyon, at 8.55 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, Wednesday and Friday. Piper's Creek and Fastoria^ East, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lauriston, daily at to a m. and 3.15 p.m. .v West Kyneton, daily at 10 a.m. Bar/old, Redesdale, Mia Mia, Green hill, East Metcalfe and Redesdale Junction, Daily at 3.55 p.m.
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To New South Wales, New Zealand. South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides -Letters. For every ioz. or under .. .. - o I ? I PostCards-Stamp or. Card . 0 1 Letter Cards .. .. .. .. .. .. o I Reply Post Cards-each . . >. ° 2 Registration Fee .. .. 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery oi registered article ...... 0 2* -Packets. Commercial Papers and Print ed Papers, maximum weight 4ib., _ maximum dimensions, 2ft. in iength, ift. wide or Ifss, 202. or under ° 1 Patterns and Samples, Pack ets _ or Merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib., di mensions not ts exceed sft. x ift., 2oz. or under .. .. 0 i -Newspapers. Each, every iooz. or und . . 0 oi Bui!: Parcels or newspapers posted by a registered news paper publisher or aewsven dor, zooz. or traction there of o * -Parcels. Eor each Parcel of lib. or under 0 H -ach additional lib. or un der up to f lib 0 -Queensland. The sam&lt; as to other colonies for poscal matter...
POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. Letters.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. -Letters. s. d. For every Joz., or fraction thereof . .... o i Urgent Letter-For each let ter (in additon to ordinary postage) . - o 4 PostCards.... o i Reply Post Cards .. ...... o 2 Letter Cards o i Registration Fee .. .. .. .. .. o -3 Ackno.\vIedgemegt,pl; deHvcry:^i' ". of registered article .. o~ 2j -Packets. Commercial Papers, Printed Papers, maximum weight 5lb., maximum dimensions 2ft. in length by ift. in width or depth, 2oz. or under .... o l Wholly Printed Matter, ex cept address, which may be in writing on exterior or cover of packet-For every 2oz. or under, up to 5lb. .. o oi Patterns, Samples, Packets Merchandise, maximum lib.. not to exceed 2ft. x ift., 2oz. or under o * -Newspapers. For each newspaper iooz. or under u 04 Within the Commonwealth and Papua, 40Z. or part of 402 o 04 Magazines and Publications , not published in the Com monwealth o oj Published within the Com monwealth. 8oz .. 0 0) To New eZaland, Fij...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
Are So Pleasant to Take.-"! was inclstK-f! to be cons'iip:ueil any yras al ways ic't.inpcIkM.I to take a laxnUv^." writes Mr, J Inch McNaughlon, Ln 1 >vcl&lt;, V'iv . "i "Iia? i' 1 uin's Tablets .\verc rcv\>i(i !.? an&lt;! a few mioses relict:'! nv_ i,-l *Aut> tfoubleaome complaint. I think higliiy ef th'e*ji 71 ryif~ I .take a"- occasional do it, v. h';eh Ijclpt to keep :::o i:i gc-Pd health." For 32.k by T. p. Hayes, Kyntton; Charles MtUhewg, Malm'sbury, and $11 storekeepers jbi? chcwists, Covered with Small Red Spots, Hardly a Space Between, Used Guticura Soap and Ointment. Skin in Splendid Condition, i Norway, N. S. TV".-"My liaby at about . the aso of three weeks liecamo covered on ? tho face with small red spots. I thought it was^just one of- tho rashes that babies ara oUen subjcct to ami would soon disappear, but it scomecl very obstinate, although I kept, on tir.ing home remedies for several weeks, and instead of getting better it got gradually worse...
THE BRAYBROOK FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
THE BRAYBROOK FACTORY. -:- -&lt;£> j ( "The agricultural reporter of the I "Leader"' ihus describes . the Bray-I . brook factory:- ( , . N Curing operations are' now in full swing at. the large bacon factory erec ted by the Western 'and Murray Co operation at Braybroolc. Pigs are coming in freely, and there is a good demand for the manufactured article. Tiie tj'iJe of bacon turned out finds, favor ivsjcli local distributors, and the market lor ii is steadily widening. A special feature is being made of small goods.- and such success has attended i ihis branch of the factory operations ' that it has already heen found neces sary vo increase the room devoted to work. The articles manufactured in,, this department embrace a, wide rangc\| and include goods.that have not pre- | viously been seen on the local mar-i Icet.v In order to take advantage, of the openings that prevail in Western. Australia,- the services of a special re presentative familiar with the bacon trade of th...
LUNATICS ON PROBATION OR DISCHARGED. ALTERATION IN POLICE' SYSTEM URGED. COMMENTS BY. DR. WOOLLEY [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
LUNATICS ON PROBATION OR DISCHARGED'. ALTERATION IN POLICE' ' ' SYSTEM URGED. _,j CO MM ENTS BY. DR. WO OLLEY At the Castle'maine court on Friday as reported, in Saturday's "Guardian," the case * of -indecenti assault..against. Rob.ert "George -was adjourned for a month as accused^ was committed ,to the- Sunbury Asylum, as, a lunatic, the information being .laid 'by accused's wife:; Inspector Middlcditch applied for the adjournment cm the, ground that accused had been sent to. arf asylum before and released, and might b'c released again, at an early vdate. I-le . was not-fit to" be at liberty in a respectable '.community.. In this con nection at the conclusion of the case against Robert George at the Castle-, maiiie police . court on Friday, Dr. . Woolley, J.P., made soiiie important 'remarks,' which, writes the ','M.A. Maii;"'' it is to be hoped for the welfare of the community will be hearkened .to and acted upon by those in. author ity. He said he felt constrained to say a few wo...
LOVE'S LABOR LOST. TAXING THE PEOPLE UNNECESSARILY. UNSATISFIED LANDSEERERS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
LOVE'S LABOR LOST. TAXING THE PEOPLE UN NECESSARILY. .UNSATISFIED LANDSEERERS The Bammvrn correspondent _r of the Bendigo'""Advertiser" writea. und er the above headings :-"flitch fuss has been made" lately in bringing consignments of reputed landseekers 10 the irrigation latitudes north of Bendigo. A ' special .'itinerary is drawn up ? at great expense, special trains are run, motor cars and other conveyances are engaged, that the strangers from afar may spy out the land, and the blessings of closer settlement dilated on till the Roches ter district has become looked upon as little removed from a suburb ofc Paradise. Now, it may be remember ed that in the middle of December last three contingents . of land seekers from America visited the Rochester district, and when competent guides were at hand to direct the visitors in-. ,telligentlj-, delight was "expressed, at the prospects offered. - The soil was excellent, the orchards exceedingly promising,. the lucerne the best ever seen. ...
MARKETING AND HANDLING OF FRUIT. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN. METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
MARKETING AND HANDLING OF FRUIT. - v"' i ? ' -ag**-* . -ENGLISH AND AMERICAN. METHODS. ' ' \ New South Wales orchardist, Mr C. C. Tucker, who rccentiy returned from a trip to England and Amcrica, gave an account of his impressions, of; the fruit industry in thosc^ and other countries at a meeting of the Fruit Growers' Association in Sydney last month. tri " , Mr. Tucker travelled "Home by an aople boat, and he followed the fruit" rijjit through. He was much struck with an improved' system of unloading thai has been introduced. "T'saw.a- cargo of. apples .'discharged, jr ameI';LP- e'vs ! hu ry^D o ck'sr Shc put: ont^c.ooo-cases in two days bv nicans' of a patent elevator, which not only- greatly expedited the, .dis charge of the- fruit, but havulled 'it'^betr ter than is possible" by. manual Mabor. Another -vessel alongside _ the"rersic was unloaded in the ordinary--.'way, and a week was occupied in. discharg ing ic.OOO cases. With the elevator svstem the work can be; done under cove...
THE FEAST OF HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
THE FEAST OF HARVEST. At St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 011 Sunday the Rev. E. C. ChappcU. formerly of Tvlden and Trentham, conducted harvest thanks giving services, both morning and evening. The congregations were good. The church- was very prettily decorated with harvest symbols by the Misses Shaw, Bowman, Fother ingham, V. McKeown. Rodger. Her iot, HutchesOn, Moorhead and M. Tait, assisted by Mr. W. Hutcheson. The pulpit rails were wreathed with branches of fruit, and beneath .which a profusion of handsome pot plants, tritomas, belladonna lilies and other flowerSi set off a lavish- display . of fruits'and vegetable's, melons and gourds, in-season, flanked", by 'huge sheaves; of-corn s-andtas mammoth loaf; of bread. _ .The-'arrangenipnt was" "most1 cffcctivc,' artistic note being lerit;bjf the A\ieathing of the communion'rails wi'tlv ilowering .maize.: ,,The choir, ,>vith Mrs. Lithg'ow Tait at'the organ, ren 'dered , very 'sweetly the anthem "(Hc Watereth the Bills ' Miss lle...
The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, FEB. 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
KYXETON, TUESDAY, FEB. 17, 1.0U I 1 ' = ! The Back Page.-On the fourth page will-be: touncl sonic informative ; correspondence dealing with the un satisfactory result of the landseekers' excursions to the Rochester irrigation settlements. An interesting account i of the Braybroolc Bacon : Factory, . I erected by the Western and: Murray Co-operative, will be read with, inte rest. as will the Marketing and Hand-* I'liny of Fruit as practised in America i and, England. A few smaller items i conclude a readable page. [ . A-Successful Student.-Cecil Smith; i son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith, 1 of "Bank Head, ICyneton,' has' success fully, passed the .first'.'year's: course in engineering at the Melbourne Techni-' cal School., Latrobe street. He- pre sented nine subjects and passedrin mechanics. .> drawing, . .blasksmithing, .?fitting and turning, aud secured credit iii' algebra with 100 per cent., electri city -93 per ccnl.,' magnetism [)3 per j cent., trigonometry 84 per cent;..-geo ...
ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
ELPHINSTONE. Chapman Trophy Competition.-1 The second jn.atch in '. the third round of die' i/dKv'c Was playcxl'on Saturday. Kyneton Pansies played Elphinstone Daphnes on the local oval. -Pansies hatted first and closed their innings with three wickets for 100, ..but were sorry afterwards that they did, for the Daphnes' "White Hope,". -Don Fleming, was in rare form-, and made 54 runs not out. He. had all the Pansies footsore * leather hunting*..' However, "when time was up and'the, score books roughly audited; Daphnes were eight wickets for. 96,rwhich made a draw of it. __ The Daphnes were highly elated at getting so close' to 1 the "Invinciblcs."' After the train, had/ steamed out with the Pansies 011 hoard, a moment of calm and quiet I reflection ensued. G. Fleming totted j up the scores again very slowlj* and carefully and found .that Daphnes were, one to the good. Mounting the ! balcony of the Commercial .Hotel, he proudly, announced the fact to the .waiting .crowds;below-. -The...
INDEPENDENT HOME MISSION THE FATHERHOOD OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
INDEPENDENT HOME MISSION THE FATHERHOOD OF GOD. On Sumla-jj-fivpnmy the Rev. J. W. Jones, superintendent of Congrega tional Home Mission, preached in the Kyneton Independent Church. There %vas a fair congregation. Mrs. Grcg .ory Noall officiated at the organ, and the choir rendered the anthem "1 Will Lift Up Mine Kves.'' Mr Raymer singing the solo. Mr. Jones took as his text,, the- first, two 'words, of. the Lord's Prayer, and prcached interest ingly of the revelation of the Father- ! hood of God given: to. the world by Jesus Christj -in nvliom, lie said, was i found the quintessence of all Chris- j tian creeds, . theologies, and religious ; organisations, just' as in one bottle of attar of roses dwelt the quintessence i of roses of even' color and hue. Fol lowers of every Christian crced met as one family around the throne .of God as they - acknowledged: the uni I versal Fatlierhood.-of God. .The-Bible hever attempts a definition of God. I It invests Him with names, each 011c of wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
Trade Addresses. Music Hath Charms -HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST AND BEST S0N6S Instrumental Numbers. AH at Sixpence. By Post 7d Each WALTZES. Woodland Whispers Wedding Bells Jioy.il Visit II 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 ^ a ' Donauwellen Dreaming Eves Dainty ' . " Aubade Over the Waves '-k ? Tuberose Only For Thee Sweet Phyllis SCHOTTISCHE. Zcna - 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 Stcrncnzauber TWO STEP. Tete a Tete' The Half-Holiday. With the Fleet v The West End Dreaming Daniel v . British Imperial Chimes CAKEWALK. Dashing Darkies (Ragtime) QUADRILLE. The-Alberts SONGS. ?;?'-,Onc Word Mother . ' . ' Only a Faded Rose In the Meadow Where the Violets _ Bloom . Your Eyes Say Remember, Though . -j Your Lips-Sa...
VIL— RE-DIRECT VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
VT1- RE-DIRECT VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspaper are re-directed without charge to arn part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addressees. 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 rc-postdd by an agent of the addresees after delivery, provided they are rc-posted not later than the day (Sundays and Public Holidays not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage. Rc-directed letters, packets ant! newspapers which arc 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. Under the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence is trea...
Kyneton v. Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
v' Kyneton v.- Farmers. ?v To-morrow -(Wedn esday) Kyncton! plav a match on Barkly. Square against . "a team selected from ^ the farmers- in the surround|ngrtdistricts.:. "Play ; will commence at 2.30 p.m: Teams will; be chosen ,from: the following: Kyneton. -Chapman, Horton, Davies. .Young (2), Sutherland, Thomson, .Simpson, Marchmont, Hurry. Blair,' Hayes (2); Metcalfe,, Bell. Knight/ Levick. Fann ers.-Head (2), Morris, Catani. Mc Canri (2), Barry, McCarthy, Rasmus sen, Ro.wan, Hill,. Thomson (2), and s Knight. '
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
In Memoriam Notices. ELDERF1ELD.-Jn loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this" life on the 15H1 of February, 1913. Sweet to the memory, dear to our hearts. - " - Our love to her memory nevertsliall part.. _ . We know :. .that .>???&lt; our* .??.?years;be .they ! many or lew. Will be years of loving remembrance , of you. &lt;? Gone, but not forgotten. :-Inserted by her loving- .sons and daughters.
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KYNETON; DISTRTCT ASS0CLATION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Kyneton v. Elphinstone. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KYNE'TON; DISTRTCJ,/'^^,0CLA . . TION. " SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Kyneton v. Elphinstone. Kyneton went to Elphinstone on Saturday and made a draw with the home team. Kyneton declared with three down for loo, and on the call pf time Elphinstone had 97 up for eight wickets. Scores: -Kyneton. H. Strcdwick, h.w., b E. Swift ... 7 Plunkett, c, b E. Swift .. ... .. .. 4 Simpson, b D. Fleming .' n Hoiton, not out .. .. 38 Thomson, not out .. ..&lt;... ->31. Sundries 9 Total for, 3 wickets .. 100 Bowling;-E. Swift,' 2,for 32; G. Fleming. O'for 17; D. Fleming, 1 for 16; H. Keith; o for iS; L. K^ith, o for 8. , -Elphinstone.- . } ~W. Jackson, .b T. Sutherland .... o "P. Doran. b Morris .. . o D. Fleming, not out >. 53 L. Keith, st., b Thomson .. ,.. 7, G: Fleming, b T. Sutherland-.. 10 R.. Pollard, c Morris, b Thomson ii H; Keith, b Thomson . . . v . . ? . . ? 0 R. Keith, b Young 1 J. Cremean, c, b Thomson .... 5 .Ji:,-Fleming),, not out .. .. .. ... - 6. . S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
Educational. Saered Heart Ladies' Oolleg* CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNETOr^ij ,i ^ ..PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1912: .In ..February two completed Juiiio: Public. V. ".V?' In _ December} four passed Junio Public; two obtained groups. A total of 5S passes, was obtained with: 10 . distinctions.:;? One-passed Se nior Public; two matriculated. Pupils are rccdvedrfor - Pianoforte Singing; Violin, &lt; Madolinc, Harmony Shorthand, Tvpewriting,, Bookkeeping Drawing, Painting and" Physical Cul ture.r V ' - . FIRST TERM. FEBRUARY 2. Terms on application to THE MOTHER' SUPERIOR. FICTION, FASHIONS. ME CH'rtNICS. THEATRELAND. LATEST MAGAZINES FROM' AMERICA JUST TO HAND. Including:- .. THE GREEN BO'OK. THE ELUE BOOK. NEW STORY MAGAZINE . : EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINES S: ALL-STORY. - (: COSMOPOLITAN" ? SMART SET '-SMITH'S MAGAZINE. ' '"'7 McLURE'S. THE ARGOSY. MUNSEY. ,! - - CAVALIER ' ? ' . TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE.' . POPULAR MECHANICS. KAIL ROAD and CURRENT ME CHANICS. AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION LAD...
EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
EDUCATIONAL .EXHIBITION. ' '? ' v The educational . exhibition arrang ed by .jthe Australian ^Natives' Asso ciation,;,-in conjunction with the Arts and Crafts Society, at the Exhibition .Building, was opened by His :Excel-. Iencj- the~. Goyernor-GencraJ (Lord Denman). on 'Saturday afternoon. The Governor-General, attended by Can tam Curweri, was received by Mr. H-. A. A. Lmbling, chairman of the .me tropolitan committee. The opening ceremony took place in the main hall, among those oresent being the Lieut. Goyernor (Sir John Madden),'* the Lord Mayor (Cr D. V. Hennessy). the Minister for Customs- (Mr. Groom); the Director of Education (Mr. Tate), the president of the Australian Na .tives' Association (Mr. M: M; .Phil?; lips); Mr. .T. Burke and'Mr. J. A. Moir; (vice-presidents of the association), Mr. -D. Bannerman (secretary to the 'metropolitan committee), and the Rev Father Kelly, representing the Roman Catholic schools, who are exhibiting with the State schools. TorDo Others Good...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 February 1914
_ , . T.HE T.URF. ' ? The "Bendigonian," commenting | upon Mr. P. O'Connor's Iwin .in the , I Summer Purse .of 50 sovs.-. with his - popular .gelding, Lucky Bean, at tliC' recent Bendigo race meeting, says: : "Lucky Bean, carrying 8st. qIb, sprint ed'. and won rather easily by three lengths in imin. 4-5sec., thus estab- ; lishing a record for the course. This, time has only been beaten three, times in Australia-by Machine Gun at Rickerton in 1904 (sSsec.), by Walwa at Maribrynong in iSg3 (imin. isec.), and by Pride of Murillo at Randwick- ; in 19! r." ' ' " '