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INTERCOLONIAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To New South Wales, New Zealand, .-outh Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides. -Letters. For every Joz. or under .... o i fost Cards-Stamp or Card .. o ?? i better Cards 0 I ^eply Post Cards-each ..... 02 Registration Fee .. .. .. 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery ot registered article 0 2} -Packets. Commcr^lsi Papers and Print ej "apers. maximum weight 4'b., maximum dimensions, rJt- m length, 1 ft. wide or tess- -oz. or under 0 X sterns and Samples, Pack et5 , or Merchandise, etc., ®axsrnum weight lib., di mensions not te exceed 2ft. x Ht., 2oz. or under .. .. o 1 -Newspapers. Each, every IOOZ. or mid .. o oi U'K Parcels or newspapers Posted by i. registered news paper publisher or newsven ^oz. or traction there -Parcels. For each Parcel of lib. or under 0 » Each additional lib. or un der up to tlib 0 ° - -Queensland. The samt as to other colonies for a'] posinl matter except Newspapers, 4d. for every ioz., and Pattern...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

POSTAL' INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. -Letters. s. d. For every toz., or fraction thereof o I Urgent Letter--For each let ter (in additon to ordinary postage) ... o 4 Post Cards ° 1 Reply Post Cards .. .. .... o 2 Letter Cards .. ...... Registration Fee .. o 3' Acknowledgement _ of delivery . of registered article .. .. .. o 24 -Packets. Commercial Papers, Printed Papers, maximum weighty 5lb., maximum dimensions' 2ft. in length by ift. in width or depth, 2oz. or under .. .. o I 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., 202. cr under .. o i -Newspapers. For each newspaper iooz. or under . .. .. o o4 Within the Commonwealth and Papua. 40Z. or part of 4oz. .. ... 0 o4 Magazines and Publications not published in the Com monwealth.. o 0} Published within the Com monwealth, 8oz .. o o4 To New eZa...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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SPRINGHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

SPEINGHILL. Bush Fires.-The fires thai have been burning" so fiercely and so cffec ti.vcly of late in the vicinity have aba ted somewhat in their fury. How ever. all risk of future outbreaks has not been eliminated, as a number of, ; logs and stumps are still smouldering on the outskirts of the burnt ground. Should a favorable wind spring up these arc liable to ignite the under growth close by. whiclv at present is very 'dry and inflammable. Nothing less than a good downpour of rain will tend to lessen the vigilance of those who are watching the country now. A Severe Kick.-Mr. Roy Eicke, a popular young townsman, had the misfortune to receive a rather severe kick from a horse last week. He was handling a young and restless animal when the brute lashed out and kicked him on the leg. Mr. Eicke had to seek medical attention, and. at present is incapacitated so far as work is con cerned. ' . Cricket.-The locals met Malms bury on the Spriughill recreation re serve on Saturday, and played...

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THE WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

THE WEIR. It will come, as a surprise to many that the work of completing the weir over the Campaspe in lieu of the. foot bridge which' some years ago was car-; ried. away by the flood waters, has heen checked by the inability to find a sure foundation. According to the engineer, who had been in charge of the preparation of plans for the work, it \yas.'- <?s.titi]ated .....that "a foundation would l}<? coini't'o"atvaji average depth 6£.n littie over 5*In arriving at this conclusion ;the\:auseiAyas' furnish ed after a'hole -had-kTe^n sunk on the. \spot. It'now appears'thai this hole \v^s put.in over- an/immense rock, .which",:howcver,;.l>ecaiiic shifted by the operations" of blasting, and disclosed the fact that the bottom had not been readied. The work of .sinking was continued and only yesterday were there evidences of approaching final ,-ity. The foundation will now have a depth of from 15 to 18 feet, and it is more than probable.that this will mean- an in...

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A LAD'S PLUCK AND RESOURCEFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

A LAD'S PLUCK AND RE SOURCEFULNESS. ? . . ?--- - 1 - On Saturday morninp;. at Dead Man's -Waterhole. Pilija. Scrub, near Coonambie, a Mrs. Bacon coilapscd while hanging out clothes on the line af her home. Three children, the eldest, William, aged ioi, were in the house. The husband was a v.'ay and the nearest neighbor 62 miles off. Little Willie fetched a pillow and a blanket; put the one under <his moth er's head and the other under her. body, and covcred her forehead with damp' rags and shaded her-as best he could.. Then hc.<,put,i his.' baby- -sister and/his little brother. into a box with wooden .wheels: and provisioned it with a "loaf'of bread, some eggs. and a billycan of water., and set out for help. 1-1 c reached Eda Vale' station ?iivthemoonl ighr. quite exhausted; told :? his tale" and. ,th'e manager se't back at ,once".with .help\for the poor woman., who.fhowever, was found dead. The Coroner-referred at the :inque.st to the little dad's heroism and ...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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MISSION AND BIBLE STUDY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

MISSION AND BIBLE STUDY SCHOOL. ,.'?<&» The Mission and Bible Study School for 10[4 opened in Kyneton last night. About 50'stltulehts have as sembled, the majority of whom are quartered at Kjrneton House, the oth ers being; in private boarding houses or with friends. The school is under the direction of Mr. j. OldmCadow. as secretary, and lias for its leaders the Rev. Frank L aton. M.A., B.D., and the Rev. G.. J. Williams. The meet ings will be held in the Independent ScbooliHalli'and-to the evening" scries, whiclv ; ; coni'mence .at: . 7.30 p.m., the ?general'public: :;irc cordially?? invited; Tlic ;stitdents will assemble from 9.30 a.m. till 12.;',o p.m., when -they will study,' the .Bible Study Text- Book, "Thy Kingdom Come" and "Tiic Kingdom in the Pacific," and-addres ses on the-great' religions of the wo rid will be given by the Revs. G.J-J. JVil liams. F. P. .loselahd and F.. J.-Withy combe, ,B.A.« - ^ . "..4-Afterr"we!corae-!-vr'tea'~--'?t Kyneton" House ....

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BENDIGO LINE. EXTRA DIVISION OF TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

BENDIGQ LINE. EXTRA DIVISION OF TRAIN. ;Some-time'ago representations'were made . by the. ? Mctcaifcshire; Council and'-other .municipalities interested*,tos the'Railway Department tliat- the con-, gestion: on tile Bendigo line should be relieved, and it was pointed out at the time that the noon -train from Ben digq to Melbourne was usuaijy over crowded. The'': railway authorities afterwards admitted that some relief should, be afforded, and have decided to run the noon train in two divisions oil busy days. It has been discovered that traffic is heaviest oil Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturday, when there is a larne number of passengers from tlie Mildura line to deal with. From to-day; two-divisions will be despatch ed, at 11.40 a.m. and at noon. The ?first v. division will arrive at Spcnccr street at 3.is p.m., and the: second at .v55 D.111. The divisional running has l>eten determined upon 4e?aqsey the train cannot he lengthened. . Extra cars would make .the train too loner for the...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT PIONEERS' EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT PIO NEERS' EXCURSION. .Yesterday was observed as a close holiday ?.in Castlemainc. and district on the occasion of the 29th annual excur sion to Queenscliff and Sorrento, ar ranged by the Castlemaine Pioneers' Association. Three special trains con veyed the passengers, the number of whom constituted a record, tb Md bourne, the last leaving Kyneton at 7.22 a.m., and a special train left. Mel bourne at 8 p.m. for those, a small percentage only, who wished to re turn the same night. The Borough Band accompanied - the excursion. Among the excursionists were the councillors and officials of the Met calfe Shire Council and their wives, who were, the guests of the President of the shire, Cr. Michel!; Many for mer Castlemainc residents now living in Melbourne accompanied the excur sionists down the Bay. A..-goodly number of Kyneton, Malmsbury, Tar adale and Elphinstone residents avail ed themselves ot the excursion. All the arrangements were admirably car ried out'by th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

VjfV>/rrade Addresses. Music Hath Charms -HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST AND II$T SONGS Instrumental Numbers. All at Sixpence. By Post 7d Each WALTZES. Woodlantl. Whispers Weddin? Bells Royal Visit II Baccio Rose of the Morn L'Ententc Cordiale Wild Woodbine Perle D'Orient Only a Faded Rose , Pearl of the Night Kashmir Gems of Erin Donauwellen' - . Dreaming Eyes Dainty Aubadc', Over the.Wav.es " ? : - 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 Stcrnenzauber TWO STEP. Tetc a Tcte The Half-Holiday. With the Fleet The West End Dreaming- Daniel British Imperial-Chimes \ . CAKEWALK. Dashing Darki.es (Ragtime) /QUADRILLE. tiic SONGS. One Word Mother Only a Faded Rose in the Meadow Where the Violets : Bloom Your Eyes Say Remember, Though ?i Your Lips Say Forget . :T...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

VI1.-RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspaper* are re-directed without charge to ;m\ 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-directcd letters, packets, and newsapers re-postcd by an agent oi the addresees after delivery, provided they are re-posted not later than the day (Sundays and Public Holidays not being counted) after delivery, and do not 2ppear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage. Re-directed letters, packets anc newspapers which are re-posted latei than the day after delivery will bt taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Any which appear to have been opened will be chargcable as freshly poster unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper? as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence is tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

Are So Pleasant to Take.-"f v.,is inclined !><. coutfunt.t wa:» 1i! ivavf i-iMupollO'j U' i.jiUo'a. laxative," writes Mr. iiu.d' Mc-vaug'r.b-ii, Lu beck, Vic. " Oianthcriain's Tablets wfcrfc reecnimer.'ded to me, and a, fe\v ..'.ohOS relieved me of this trouble£cfcne tctr.plair.t. I '.inn'.-; so highly of them tvw I take an occasional 'dose, which lie!pi?, to keep r.:e in .good health." "For ia'le fcy. T. P. Hayes. Kynetotf Charles MatthwS, Malmsbijry, ^a<J aij =jiorckcepcr§ &n4 tiissiiiii, So Simple r.nd 5tronp, They Cauuot ;:o Wr.niE. Simplicity is a grout lliiuc !a a srwi:>£ :ne,--especially riwn vou liv,-i in the country and h;iva to fix it yourself. \VARI> IlKOS. hlachir.es li.-.vc fewer parts than t:iv other-:u:tiiiT!!r to jre-t o;'t of order. rouiiOscIirajirvtiian other* We pay freight to your itstioti juE.var.!e= every mncJiiiic-and let voi: have it 0:1 easy terms. Write lor illustrated Catalog-pott !rec. M<chi;ie.i o! oil in...

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The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

Kl'NETON, THURSDAY, PETJ. 1!), 1011 Back Page.-Or. the back page will be found Naturalists' Adventures, Marriag£ and Motherhood. Knocking; Heredity Into a Cocked Hal. An Av, ators Ssnse of Direction, and other news items. A ^Visitor;-It is pleasing jo ircfiixl i that so: often arc 'wc visited b,V" those whose ?? lot. has probably . only ..hgen j cast with us lor a brief period, and that a- love for the place, has gro\yn wish their absence-:.... .<'i-hc Rev. \Vm. Harris, who was; close upon five ye.ars. ago. connected with the Methodists of Kyneton. has now looked in during la brief holiday. Mr.-:-Harris. jyiil be I remembered as a vigorous ..preacher.«i I kindly and srenial mould, who madc: ' manv friends '.whilst with us. lie was | one "of the most ? enthusiastic; of our ' bowlers, and was welcomed by many , former associates. ,\vho \y.ere n,leased l at his looking' so well. Since h$s- rfir. I nioval from here he lias been .with the I church at Maryborough, ai)4 is uo.w ...

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NATURALISTS ADVENTURES. CROCODILES SNAKES, TURTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

' NATURALISTS'' ADVENTURES. .. ..'..? - _ CROCODILES. SNAKES. TURTLES. , -Exciting experiences, in; which, cro.- , codiles, 'snakesand1; tnrtles'figured; were related (writes"the "Herald" on Monday) by Mr. J. A. ^ Kershawj | F.E.S., Acting Director of th'c Na tional Museum. who returned otv Fri day from ja trip to Nortli Queens land. '"1 am satisfied -with the result of the expedition. We obtained -thou sands of specimens, insects,- birds.;rep-; Holes' and mammals: a. large number- is^ to thenmseunv collections^; and. certainly : are new ;to- science,"' said Kcrsh aw. N I ^Mr. K\rShaw. in company with Dr~ : W- ??Macgi^ivray and lan; his son. of .broken Iiill..left Melbourne^toward the end of-prober. The party tra velled by rail ?toVBrisbane.j.wiierc thev' joined the steams Suva". A bout So miles..osouth 01 Lloyd's Bay. which is between Cooktown -aial" Cape Yorke, the steamer was met Iv a beche-de liier fisher's-cutter, which' took the iia- - .turalisis- to Lloyd island.: Here they: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

Educational, -? r Sasred "fert. Lsdler ] - ~ ; CONVENT OF ME^CY,. I ? " KYNETON. j ', PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 191'*: . j - In February two covnniete.d Junior Public'. In December four passed Junior Public: uv.o obtained groups. A total of 5S passes was obtained, Aviih110 distinctions. _Qne passed,Se nior Public: two matriculated. ; Pupils are - received for -Pianoforte. . Singing.-Violin, Mndoline; Harmony-, £ Shorthand. IVpewritirigv -'^oo^icecqing Painting -and Physical Cul ' RST TERM. FEBRUARY 2. .Teriiifc: on .application to . Tr2"£ MOTHER SUPERIOR. ' 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 - . 7 ALL-STORY. - - SMITH'S MAGAZINE. . McLURE'S. TIIE ARGOSY- ff ; , ~ " MUNSEY:^ \ * CAVALIER--'"1* 5 TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. - . POPULAR MECHANICS. . ?KAILROAD and CURRENT ME CHANICS. AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION' LADIES' WORLD WOMAN'S MAGAZINE ' | ELI...

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MARRIAGE AND MOTHERHOOD [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

MARRIAGE AND MOTHERHOOD .. The following resolution was car-; ried, as ;i recommendation (o thc con gress, at the Auckland Medical Con gress on Thursday:-; '"That' Drs. Collins, Gibbs. Truby King and Elisabeth Piatt Mills be appointed a committee to wait on the Minister of Education and represent that, in The opinion of the congress, it is in the highest interests of the whole community, that the State should inculcate and .'bring about as far as feasible tile ideal education for girls which, to quote the words of Professor Stanley Hall, 'shall invert the present maxim >that- girls should' be primarily trained to independence and self-support, and that, matrimony and motherhood.': if. they come, -.win take care of themselves.'r , This,congress feels bound; to "depre cate any -system of. education which under stress,. 3f excessive " Straining after so-called accomplishments, pays insufficient-- attention; to . ensuring nor mal. orderty. well-balanced develop 'nient/.i an'd'&am...

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"KNOCKING HEREDITY INTO A COCKED HAT." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

.^KNOCKING HEREDITY INTO A COCKED HAT." | Dr. Truby King,' at the Auckland I Medical Congress, delivered,^ most Hmportant public lccturc' oiv.liugcnics fat 'r-i i It tir'-i* ii u~ «> IX' tic^T crs and others. Ilc"ga'\e a' masterly resume of present conclusions 'con cerning germ cells,"and went on to say they proved; environment could knock heredity into-a cocked hat. If ^.mo ther realised the tremendous import ance of that she would realise her duty to keep herself and her daught ers in good physical health not merely for their own efficiency and' haopin micss, but for the sake of the race. Educationalists should.understand that mere physical', fitness-a.. San'dow fit-. ness-would not do. Herbert Spencer ?had spoken of Hat chcsts in girls as being . the result of: over-pressure in Studies, but henhad not realised that ovcr-athlcticism might be an- cviL: He did not realise the neccssit}' for ail all round development of the sj'stein. He knew nothing of the effects of cumu lative f...

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AN AVIATOR'S SENSE OF DIRECTION. THIS TERRESTIAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 19 February 1914

AN AVIATOR'S SENSE GF DIRECTION. THIS .TEjRRESTIAL- BALL. One of the many interesting phases of aviation is? V.lic ''acquisition ol" ii sense of direction.which to a persQ.ii in the air for the first time-is almost lost (writes the "Age")- Even such an experienced man as Hawker ad-. mits to great difficulties, although lie may be riving over familiar places. When he made a call upon Lord Den man recently Mr: Hawker liad the greatest difficulty-in locating Govern ment House, although lie has known the district all his life. He circled in the air several times looking for'his objective, and it was only by "picking i up;' the shimmering-Albert: Par.k'Lake that lie recognised where he. was. Mr Hawker . explains that as a person rise.- he immediately loses his sense of direction. . When Miss Cole was iooo feet: in the air.wiih Hawker the aviator offered to challenge her to 'in dicate .where Essendon lay from the i biplane: "The lady pointed in the di rection of Brighton. Mr. Hawker, or a...

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KYNETON STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914

KYNETON STOCK MARKET. At Thursday'? market sheep and 337-cattle were yarded. Kct.ei,)t=, Messrs. W. H. Fysh and Co. report: Owinsr t«> tlie trouble now threatening in the .slaughtering trade.-the. -va[dir-g of fat sheep and lambs was. raJiei lighter tUau usual, and as several ou - side buyers were in attendance in au dition to local butchers Pri^ r»^ hisher. Store sheep also \wrc rdentiful. and late rates were .>NC" maintained, breeding ewes ^pectal i commanding high rates. Good yaal ing fat cattle and competition brisk et an arlvar.ee. We. sold a draft.for we breeder, Mrs. W. M. RoX e bower." bullocks selling to and cows to £S/i7/t>, ^r®5-,^ 0 ' Keating and Pndham being the pin-, chasers Dairy sorts consisted prin cipally of springing heiiers wh.ch red lised improved values/while tin Ica stores penned changed hands 1 tat ions. We booked 113. cattle _ ana ? faS'sheep, including 246 m conjunc tion with Messrs. C. S. Jiarrow and Co..'and quote: Fat bullocks -10/5/ io £ 1 i/^/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914

And Cu tic lira Ointment. They do much for irri tated, itching scalps, dandruff .and dry, thin and falling hair, and do it speedily,. agreeably and economically. / -Cuttctira ?«83:«»<! oUstawftt nr» neW ftrouclaml Uie ivor.Vj. .v Rhpral ;?'!>' I J." ouch. w'.Ui M-iiase tsoofclet f>r. llio r:ir<; :i:W ;rcrtrn»ynt of ttu: L'.'.ILI :.:mI scalp, sent AiMriiS 3'.. Terras it Co Sydney. N.tf.AV. " LOOK FOR THE CAUSE. Have you ever thought what it is' that makes your back ache, your head, limbs, or muscles ache, thatweakens your '-.heart, or makes you nervous, sleepless, or irritable? It is kidney trouble, and the above are sonic of the warninas. Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills should be taker, at the first sign of anything wrong. They are the reliable kidney and bladder medicine, and they are perfectly safe for men and women to use. The best evidence of this is the statement which we crive below. Mrs. _ H. Simpson, Little-street, Daylesfurd, says:-"From childhood ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914

Funeral Notice. The Friends of the late Mr. ED WARD I'.QWjER are respectfully in vited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Kyneton Cem etery. The Funeral will leave the Kyneton Hospital T111S DAY (Saturday) at 4 p.m. J. CUDDIH^, Undertaker and F.mbaimer, Molli son street. 'Phone 53.

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