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Spiritual Power. What It Is. Rev. F. L. Paton, M.A., B.D. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
Spiritual Power. What It Is. " Rev. F. L. Paton, M.A., B.D. The failure of liio sacred writings of the uoti-CIi rattan religions lies in tin: tact thai they speak beautiful tilings, but they uo not show men l;o\v t>> do beautiful tilings. The religion of Jesus Christ siamls alone in that it fatisfie? men' s groping* after (h >:l a:ui unveils to (h&lt;; t""sl ait'i Ni M>e vol's* of &lt;J)Ci» the t'rinripl.-'j V'bej^'V. n*:&lt;t only c.a.n uo'ritfctvfc beautiful though*:; but , aU* U-injiats the'sc b'eautiful tlKftifeht; islts it.tmu; riot on ly be- «'avishec! the bix^iy cf ilv: life of JesUa, but flic u-ctk ©f Jcgirt i'iii tout)} ntfft fc'itjj ^ What is spiritual power? The jews dated their history from the great manifestation of God's poWcr. This power apparently failed, and they could not reconcile, th,e pr^^eni of human suffering, especially unmerited suffering. They looked forward ,to God~con>ing in omnipotence, and thril led as they heard t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
Trade Addresses. Music Hath Charms -HERE ARB SOME OF THE LATEST AND BEST S0N6S i. Instrumental Numbers. .fi.ll at Sixpence* By Post 7d Each WALTZES. Woodland Whispers VVeddinp Bells Royal Visit II Baccio Rose of the Morn L'Entente Cordiale Wild Woodbine Perle D'Orient Only a Faded Rose Pearl of the Night Kashmir1 Gems of Erin Donauwellen Dreaming Eyes Dainty Aubade Oyer the Waves " Tuberose 1 Only For Thee* 1 Sweet Phyllis SCHOTTISCHE. Zena GALOP. The Toreador MARCHES. Church Call (Church Parade March) Australia (Waldmerc) Royal Artillery (Territorials) . Advancc 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 Dashim CAKEWALK. 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 Light of Day (a ...
VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
VII.-RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspaper: rtre re-directed without charge to an) part of Victoria upon the written .?luesi of the addre sees. All applica tions for re-direction must be writter in ink and bear the signatures of th&lt; persons to whom the correspondent is directed, otherwise they cannot bi complied with. Re-directed letters, packets, newsapers re-posted by an agent o) the addresees after delivery, provided they are re-posted not later than tlu day (Sundays and Public Holiday not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additiona' postage. Re-directed letters, packets anc newspapers which are re-posted latei than the day after delivery will b* taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. A.ny which appear to have been opened will be chargeable as freshly poster' unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper.* as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rules, rc directed corresponde...
SUTTON GRANGE. FATAL VEHICULAR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
SUTTON GRANGE. FATAL VEHICULAR ACCIDENT. One of tlic most painful accidents1 that has occurred- at Sutton Grange for some time took place on Tuesday night, the victim being Mr. James McMahon eldest son of Mr. P. McMahon. of Sutton Grange. About ei^ht o'clock he was driving; home by way-of Mount Alexander,'where, there is a lengthy and. very steep .pinch .knowfi as The Gap, with two danger-? ous.curves or elbows, one, aboutmid way down and the other at the lower end near the race,, and it;-was - at. the", latter that- the accidcnt oc&irred. When at the &lt; top. of the :desccnt' the ?horse -bolted,:;and . travelled" down at breakneck speed. The first curyc wq.s rounded in:safetyv b\it ,when; approach ing the second .the 'driver scented danger, an'dv. endeavored- to the horse into .the fence ; and : was - partly successful. The horse, which was travelling at great speed, whipped sharply into the fence; and Mr. McMahon Avas-=;thrown*from*the ve-v .hide as-if from a cata...
The Guardian KYNETON, SATURDAY, FEB. 21, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
I KYXTSTQN.'SATURDAY, -PE13. 21, \9H The Back Page.-Garden Notes and rhc Markets will he found on the i back page; also . an account of the: i fatal accident to Mr. M'cMahon. of I Sution -Grange:' Death 01" Mrs. W. O'Neill. - The death has^bcen'annoujice'd 'of Mrs. -W. O'Neill, wife of ilr. William O'Neill, formerly- of: Kyncton. . Deceased left Kynetoii with her husband and.family about 15 years ago. Previous to that Mr., O'Neil! was; employed for many ...years.-as-a traveller for Hhe. Kyncuon: ?Brewery.. Mrs. O'Neill,-.whose cleatli occurred at her, residence, Rathdowne street* Carlton,' 011 Thursdaj-, was" 56 years of aire. . She was i; daughter of the late Mr. T. O'Regan, of Ballv trasna. Co. Cork, Ireland, and was a close personal friend of the Very Rev. Dean Hegarty, who carne from (lie :?? s a m e c o u n t v. M r s > O7 N e i 11-w a s a 1 a d y, possessed of many sterling qualities, and those who knew her' during her residence in Kj'neton will learn.'of her, death with re...
GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressbr for the "Kyneton Guardian.") Questions oil all matters... relating to horticulture., it -addressed "Gar den," care of this office, and sent" by Tuesday ot each week, will be an swered in Thursday's issue. . During hot .weather such as we have; been cxperiencingvof late^- the amount of evaporation" from the soil is very great. It rwi!l be noticed that soon after heavy rain, or after '.the ground has been,made wet on the surface by . artificial:. \vatermir;-*cracks%nkke.;vthQir "appearance; > These-are' caused; ;by. the action of the.isnn .in-drawing. the : mois-. ture out, and they soon' deepen-unlil it is all drawn out. Now, if the sur face of the soil be1 stirred as it be-' comes slightly dry after watering, these cracks- are prevented fronr form ing,, and [consequently the moisture is-, retained-much, longer. " This is known as soil mulching,- and' the. same result is obtained byASpreadmga. good layer of sh«rtvmanure over :the surface and wateri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
.Scrueatioii:?.!. .Sscred Heart Ladies' Ooiiege CONYEMT OF' 6 § » * UTYNETO N^-: \ ? *V>M PUPILS' SUCCESSES in rs>i2:-_ > Ir_ February two completed Junio: Public. ' , ' ->!, ~ "" iii December four passed--"J ruin;" l'ublic; two obtained groups. A total of 58 passes v.-as*-,obtained, - wiih 10 distinctions. 'One passed Se nior Public: iwo matriculated. Pnpii.?' are rccoived . for Pianoforte. Sinking". Violin,--Madeline;-. Harmony. Shorthand* Tvpewriiiu:?, -lAookkeeping Dra-a-iiig; Painting an'd?&lt;£Hysical. Cu!t ruT. F1 RST TERM. FEBRUARY Terms on application to 'THE ilOTI-IER SUPERIOR. P. G. FICK, A.E.V.LA. Archiicct. 44 &lt;; COLLINS STREET. MEL BOURNE. Trade Addresses. KODAKS, and BROWNIES. , FROM 5/ H. I WELLS, ^I^TCPTT>TCTT.Tf"i CT-! .WVrTST DISPENSING CHEMIST, v lioliison Street, Kynetqn. . 'Phone 24. LOAMS On Mortgage. LOWEST RATES. . LIBERAL TERMS. Q^F-iCElR and SMIIxL Accountants,' Finance arid Estate Agents. 454 Collins Street. Melbourne. fP...
DEATH OF MR. S. MESKELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 21 February 1914
DEATH OF MR. S. MESKELL. . The death took place at his resi dence, Powlelt street. Kyncton. on Thursday morning of Mr. Simon Mes kell, a very old and respected resi dent of this district. Mr. Meskell. who was Si years of age. was the youngest son of the late Mr. John Meskell. of County Clare. Ireland, and came to Victoria 56 years ago. For many years Mr. Meskell success fully carried 011 farming operations at Piper's Creek, where his wife died about 26 years ago. . Subsequently he removed v.-ith .his family into the town, where he resided ever since. Mr Meskell was ot quiet and inoffensive disposition and was held in high es .teeni by all who knew hint. He was a devout adherent of the Catholic Church, and was frequ'err.ly visited during his last-illness by the clergy men ot St; Mary's Church. He hail been ailing for several months past, and the immediate cause of death"was advanced age. Two daughters sur vive-Mrs. P. Griftin. ot Meeniyan, South Gippsland. and Miss _M." Mes keil. who...
MINING. MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
MINING. MAN A G E RS' REPORTS. Easter Monday. Blackwood, sotlu 365ft. Level: South, drive off. cast' crosscut; to 60ft. 265ft. level: North off . No. 1. rise to 31ft.; 3ft. sto.ne in face.' gold, in breaking-. >? Hanover, Drun1m0ndN0rth.20tI1.-~ Good progress erection new: plant. ? Malnishury Alluvial, 20'h:-South (irivc.' to 177ft. from. intermediate. Good face wash, with improved pros .poets... North drive driven 106ft. Reef; riser, to 2^ft. Wash dmpinc: oft".- Will crosscut cast.-to prov^ exteiU of wash; and put bores up from level. .
THE WOODEND SHIRE ELECTION. "HURRO FOR CASEY.' [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
THE WOODEND SHIRE ELECTION. "HURRO FOR CASEY.' ."Havc'ytM sb'cn Casey?" Was an old-time sag; Who'll vote for Casey To see things don't lag;? " - Casey's not aisy. " He's a man and a sport, And of good leport; With interest good)', He'll* "saw no"dead wood."' -' ^ Good old Casey. "" , , H'e'll help the master, 5 * Make'interests grow faster; Initair play to man,' Air*b\vealcis to ban ^ ' * J . Right for Casev. , / ' \ ~ 1 ' - :-Fair_play's a -jewel - _ , To lving'oY to" Clown; ^ ~ * >A11 other is cruel, ..And bad for the town. , ' . Right attain, Casey. JT'e's out to make the town, 4 "A,place-of qieat renown,^ Anil'the'people flock to hear,fj And nc\ei any tariff fear., ,ti... . " I vJ iGo top Casey.; » \ , '? ' 1 &lt; ' ' . , He'll see things are to date, Kdt,- though, at penalty rate; 'He thinks that "bees'* should busy be In tlus'finb community. > W.B.Casey' HtfS"Out to make, and not to mar,. - And savs more footpaths' we? should f 7tar> 1 t %.*.'- o' An'd the nio...
A LEOPARD AT LARGE IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
A LEOPARD AT LARGE IN BRUNSWICK. ? ? ? A leopard escaped from a tempor ary cagc in the Royal Park on Satur day morning.early. At 3 a.m. it fright ened the Misses Le Socuf. who were sleeping in the open surrounded by a wire, netting wall, but fled when con fronted by Mr. Dudley Le Soeuf,. the director^ without making any attack Oil any one. It leaped a fence and dis appeared in the direction-of Bruns wick, Mr. Le Soeufs dogs in hot pur suit: but they lost the trail and the beast escapcd into the open. At 8 a.m. a' Miss Waters, aged 17, went out into the fowl. yard at h&lt;y home in Barkly street; Brunswick to see Wie the fowls were so noisy. She enter ed the fowl, shed and there saw. crouched,, the great animal, which , snarled viciously at her. She turned and iled in terror. The leopard fol lowed her, but hesitated a moment. ?She, shrieking in terror, almost tript ped over a pepper tre'c. but at length reached-the: house and. screaming that there was a tiger.in the j-ard,;sh...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
BOWLS. . ' The fourth Rennie medal'was play ed off last week. W. Gray winning: the Wednesday section: and S. Sandforcl the.-... Saturday. &lt; T-hese^\vo"\vilI now. plav the final The matches for to-morow in the N.W.B.A. are: Kyneton v.'Woodend. at Kyneton: Eaglehawk v. South Ben digo, at Eaglehawk: Bendigo v. Cas-. tlemaine, at Bcndigo.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
TELEGRAMS. Ordinary office hours. 9 *.m. to C p.m. (Sundays excepted). _ . : Telegrams delivered at "oihttit* where there ?.re messengers, free onr mile from office. Where nu mes?en srers are employed, telegrams remain .it Mi? office until cn'led f'ir -Victoria - Within radius of 15 miles from any telegraph office. 16 words, including address antf signature : &lt;. . Wi thin the State, but outsidt I the 15 mile radius. 16 words including address and signa ture .. .. .. . .. o y Every additional word, 'extra o ' .-Interstate.- * v ib words, including address and signature . . .. > &lt; -New Zealand. Minimum charge of 4$d. a word Address and signature charcred for a.' part of message. -United Kingdom.- ' " A uniform rate of 3/ per word. -New Caledonia. Each word nd. The address, ant' signature count as part of message STAMP... DUTIES Receipts-£2 and ovei, id." Bills-£25 and under, 6^.; £50, 1/,' £75. 1/6; £100, 2/; £150, 3/, and so on. being 1/ for every £50 or frac...
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Malmsbury v. Kyneton. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
SPOETINO NOTEsT- - .. ... CRICKET. K'YNE;TC>jy BISTR1CT ASSOGIA ;-V: - ;> . TiONj ' . . . SATURDAY'S MATCHES. ^ ,; ! Malmsbv.ry v. Kyneton. ... ivyncton played Malms'oury on the latter's ground on Satuulay, anci the game resulted in a draw Scores - - - ICynetori. T. Levick. b Timbcrlake . 'n> H. Grant.;1. run out ..... ' ' o W. Plunkett, c Fincher. b Tim bcrlake ...... . . 10*; W. Simpson, b Kdly .. " . n W.-Young,-sen. c:Hubbei, b Howe 24* W. Young, jun., b Kelly 6;' S. Stredwick, c J. Wallis, b Tun ""-'berlak'e *? 30 G. Knight, not out ... ....... j,. Morris;>c Howe:..b J.^Walifs ... 11 H Stredwick, b J. \Valhs J 7 Sundries .-.V--I2 Total X36 Bowling:-J.-- Tiraberlakc, 4, for-"47:-" S. Kelly, 2 for 38; J. Howe, 1 for 17; J: Wallis, 2 for 9; l\ Wallis, o for 47-.;s. | -Malmsbury. W. Fqiclicr, b Morris ' 5 | R. Fraser.sb Morris *7 L. Wenzel, b Morris .15 J. Howe, b Young' *5 J i Timbcrlake. st: . Stredwick, . b '* ?"?'? Young .. o' T. ?Wallis, c and-b Levick .. " y. J .-...
DEATH OF MR. J. ISHERWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
DEATH OF MR. J. ISHERWOOD. ? Mr. John Isherwood.' one -of the' oldest, of the A*;R.C.: racecourse offi cials.- and; who for many- years- past acted as weigher at : Fleming-ton and Caultiekl. and: tlie subur.ban and pro vincial courses in this State, died, on Wednesday .niglit a^S o'clock at a pri vate hospital in Nicholson street. Carlton, as the result: of aii -.operation. Deceased was widely known and es teemed in ratcing;'circles, and &lt;his death will - be . regretted by -all who - knew him. Mr. I slier wood was well -known in Kynetonj: . always, acting as; clerk, of scales at the local racemeetings, llis cheery'.; kindliness and his efficiency will make, him greatly missed. Tele crams of condolence were sent by the -secretaries of the two Kvneton Rac ? Mur-.Ciubs to his wife.and family.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
POSTAL NOTES. A., Postal Notes, from 6d to 20/, may be obtained at all Post Offices, and are payable at all Post Offices from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Poundage, under 116, Jd.; unedr- 4/6, rd. under 5/. 1 id.; under 7/6, 2d.; under 20/, 3d: : The values of the Notes have been so arranged that any sum of shillings and sixpences up to one pound may be remitted by not more than two of these notes. Should it be desired to transmit broken sums of pence un obliterated stamps, not exceeding ib value 5d., may be affixed to the fact of the Note, and the amount of Note and stamps will he paid , Victorian postal notes are nu\\ pa> able, in fvew South Wales. South Ans, tralia Tasmania. Queensland, am Western Australia, and vice versa Should the spaces in a Postal Note, tor name of payee and paying office not. be filled up,~the' Note wil be*irtiy able to any post-office in the colony When it is desired to make it pay able to anyone, then the name of . the person and of the Money Order Office at which...
BARFOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
BARFOLD. Concert and Dancc.-A most enjoy able concert and dance was held in the Mechanics' Hall, Bartold, on T,uesday evening last, promoted and success full'- carried out by Mrs. Batten in aid of the soft drink stall at the forth coming Kyneton Hospital bazaar, with Mr P. \V. Loncrgan as secretary. Mr. D. Dargan occupied the chair and submitted the following programme: 1'iano duet. Misses Brennan: violin solo, .Miss McLennan (Kyneton): hu morous dialogue and songs. Messrs. if. and F. Pendock: solo. Mr. N. Mc Lennan (Kynetoiil: violin solo. Mr. Swainston (Greenhill): recitation, Mr. X. Madden (Kyneton): solo, Mr, W. Brennan. Miss McLennan aiul Mr. Roil Smith were the accompanists. A delectable supper, catercd for by Mr. C. W. Murray, was served, after which a number of dances were entered into with vigor and kept up till the early hours of morning. Mr. and Miss Carnell and Mr. Swainstou supplied the music for the dances. The pro ceeds were of a satisfactory amount. International Pit...
A STIMULATING CAREER. MR. JAS. LEWIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
A STIMULATING CAREER. " MR. JAS. LEWIS. I The career of Mr. James Lewis, who-has just retired through reaching the age limit fiom the head master ship of the Tooronga road. Malvern, State School, as published in the "Herald," is stimulating in its revela tion of grit andindomitable pcrscrvcr ance. When lie 'was nine his father emigrated,and settled at Lady Gully, working a claim on Sevastopol reef, Th'c lad._worked-.with a party of allu vial miners, and one day his lower limbs ' were - buried under a fall of earth, but fortunately his legs were, b'y prompt" medical attention, saved from permanent injury. When nearly 13 years" of age young Lewis Jiad the ^opportunity of going: to day school for about a year. Col. Palliser being one of his teachers. Be fore the boy was 14 years of age he was again at work, first at - an aerated water factory, and then at a produce store.'.He was soon, however, able to help in the quartz claim. Feeding the stampers, working'in the mine, driv | ing the....
MONEY ORDERS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
MONEY ORDERS . Common w eal ch. . .- Not exceeding £5, 6d.; £10, 1/; £15, 1/6; "20, 2/ New Zealand and Fiji.-Not ex ceeding £2, 6d.; £5, 1/; £7, 1/6: £10. 2/; £12, 2/6: £15. 3/; £17 3/6; £20. 4/, up to £40. America and Italy.-6d for ever. ' fc ! or oart therco* to X20: ' United Kingdom (through Orders) Cape of Good Hope, Hong Kong. S&lt;: nialiJand, Peril. Natal, Ceylon, India Transvaal, Orange River, Germany and Canada, 6d. for every £1 or par thereof to £40 Money Order Office closes nooi Saturdays
HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914
"HARVEST FESTIVAL; The thanksgiving service for the harvest of 19*4 was celebrated in St. P-iufs Church of England on Sunday, . Sri the Rev- AV. A ? Fulton, of, \Voodend, ofiiciatcd both morning and evening. On account of Friday's dis istrous bush tires, the service at Kucr's Creek" was not held. Mr. Fouiton expressed his and the congre gations' deepest sympathy with the Offerers in the district.Prior to both services Mr.'Poultonread the Bishop or" Bendigo's Lenten Pastoral, in which the evils of betting, and gamb jjn- were most strongly ^condemned,; al'ul all raffles, art unions,, and-guess in? competitions at bazaars-for church' purposes absolutely discountenanced'.' The Bishop also asked the parish ioners or Betuligo Diocese to try and' train the co-operation of the other churches in the State in k^ping. Good : I^ridav. stnctiy .as a. holy, day,- not' as - dav of conviviality. The church was-simply,-but effec tively. decorated. Sheaves of wheat; caught with bunches of-grapes, wer...