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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

TRENTHAM; iPicnic Holiday.-At a meeting of .the- Trentham Shopkeepers' Associat ion held- on Friday: night last, it was decitlcd to, arrange for a special holi day in the town to-morrow .^Wednes day.)the occasion ;ol ther Sunnysicle ironworks'. (Messrs. Trcwhell.a Pty. Go.' Ltd.);.annual * railway ::picnic to sBallarat. . "i, ?: Narrow -Escape From Drowning. At ,A¥oodend on' Saturday afternooiV . thre, cjirjs,' Ada and .Vera Calvert andr Elja:;M61bney. "were bathing4; at ' the ,, railway reservoir, Woodend, when 'Elf ! la-. Moloney sprang .off . the : spring-' board' and fell into deep; water/xVoa, Gaivert at; once- "swam to heraWs't^-M' _ance,--but she, in nervous fear, "s^fzHtr . j!,er. and drew .her under the water.' Both girls were in great danger, "when three .boys, A. .Goker and R. and W, MCKkuc.- 'hearing their cries." rushed' to the;,scene, and quickly diving into the. reservoir;, brought-both:-.'girls to shore.,They; hadiibeeiv ..rescued..?: so quickly that both girls, wfer...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY. FEB. 24, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

?«®» K.TXETON, TUESDAY. FEB. -J!, 1»U The Back Page.- Klphinstone news will ho found 011 the hack page: also an account of the career of Mr James Lewis, tlie veteran State School teach er. The Bcndigo markers p.ml some fugitive impressions of the Melbourne Education '?Exhibition.'. Two Lovely Days.-After the in tense heat ot the past few days Sun day was a iovely day, followed by an other cooler;- but as lovely. They were .botli.-clays of that atmospheric .beamy -which is- enc- of the subtlest, and yet the sweetest, charm of our Australian"climate. The lisrht was so clear and the whole world seemed sparkling witlr life_ under the cloudless Conic of imperial blue overhead. Clear cut as camoes. the trees and hu[Ulins>: I stood out against the sky, am' any one. who. walked in.Simpson - street or.I down iiy the silver poplar avenue at .1 >ost^ Office Greek could- not IjVsc . bsin struck with their magic beauty as the litriil shimmered through them. Every where seemed the col den. ...

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SWIMMING FACILITIES IN THE CAMPASPE. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

SWIMMING FACILITIES IN THE ? CAMPASPE. . (To the Editor of the "ICyneton Guardian.") ???'. ? Sir.-VY nil. the object of assisting tne council to improve the river near .the new weir, for the purpose of mak ing tnat part of the river more suit able for swimming, a "working bee" is' bein<r arranged lor to-morrow (Wed nesday) atter'noon, and all-who are in terestecl and willing.- to assist in any way. kindly leave their. names witli ours.- etc., ' FRED. ARMSTRONG.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

In Mcmoriam Notices. WELCH-;-In* loving memory of my dear husband an dour fond father, Robert VVelcli,.Avho died at Lauris-: ton ,on' February' 24,.. 1909, aged Y45 years.! R.I.P.-" Though death divides , fond.memory clings. . -] nscr-tcd by: -his . loving Avifcvumd family. ?PART RIDGE.-1 n ; loving - memory: of my dear husband and father, who died 011 February 23; 1913. at Kyne ton. -Inserted by Marie and' Robert Partridge, "Imri," Sydney.

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THE EDUCATION EXHIBITION. FUGITIVE IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

THE EDUCATION EXHIBITION, j FUGITIY E IMPRESSIONS. .... . The Education Exhibition now be . - iug held-in' Melbourne under the aiis ; ; ? ; pices of the A.N.A. is replete with ai :?? tractioil's :. for all interested in modern - .educational methods. The exhibitions, . held in Kvncton in November and in * " Ca'stlcnr.iine in December' last were typical of the great exhibition now at tracting- crowds in Melbourne; while - the display of work shown in Decem ber last at the Kyneton Convent of Mercy foreshadowed the. noble dis play that the. Convent Schools arc making- in Melbourne. . , N : The; Melbourne.^Exhibition follows the Castlemaine plan of the various" 'classes' of school work,., such as._his tory. geography, needlework,^ hygiene, nature study, slovd. .etc., being 'illus tratcd in' their own departments.- An . excellent plan. hut-, one which does not emphasise one important, plank of the ' . State Education Department's plan, namely, that the boy out-back has up to a certain po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

WANTED.-A Good GENERAL. Mrs. BRQCKELBANK, St. A;;n-s_ Hpuse, Kyneton.- :: - WANTED.-A' Useful GIRL: Mrs. LEWERS, Bank N.S.W., Piper st. ' ~WANTED TO APPRENTICE: GIRLS to Dressmaking or Assist in Shop. "V.W.," Kyneton Post Office. WANTED.-Capable GIRL, assist generally. TOWN HALL HOTEL. LOCAL SECRETARY. Applications are incited in wriIiiifr for the position of LOCAL SECRE TARY to the KYNETON & TREX THAM BREWERIES LIMITED. Applicants aVcsrequcsd to. forward Copies of Credentials arid to state' sal ary ccquircd. , -Applications ' to Close^ one week from date. Applications to be ad-, dressed-to the '-care of.This -Office," or; ' THOS. ROW BURY; Junctioii Hotel, Kyneton. ,Feh., iS, 1914. .WANTED. - Several Good TEN ANTS waiting for HOUSES to Lease Apply to W. H. BATTERS, Ag-cm. , jFor^ale or To Let. Tp' --iET.6-roomed ; 'HOUS''!, .iBowenistrcctjvevery conveliieyKc. Apr' iply>Mrs.« CO MAN, . Bo wen'^ireet. . r " wi.-aCl fi( :;i->FOR SALE. ' . . .i' .f.. »ou 10 ri'j-tb - * . ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Retail Market. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. -Retail Market. . Feb. 21.-Pork. 6*d. to 0*d. per lb.: mutton, forequarters, 3*d. -"" to 4*d.; hindquarters. 4id. to 6£d.; chops; 5id. to 8-5d.: lamb, forequarters, 2/6 to, 3/6 quarter: do., hindquarters, 4/6 to 5/6; roast beef, 4a. to Qd. per lb.; beet ;ste?.k, sd. to ii!.; best steak, nd. Poul try.- Fowls. 6/ to S/ per. pair: geese. 16/ to 20.1. Turkeys are quoted at 25/ each. Cheese, 9c]. to i/r per lb.: egg's, special1 lines, up to 1/8 per doz.: but ter, 1/3 per lb.: honey.- 4d. to 6d.: bread, 6Jd.-.to-/d. per 41b". loaf: bacon, 6d. to 1 /1 per lb.: hams, 1/2 to 1/5; milk, 4d. per quart., -Potato Market. Feb. 21. - Xineteen - trucks were., shunted-'at - Spencer street on Satur-! day. The market-? was"-?.-appreciably; easier, prime Carmens making £3/15/. to £4; good 10 medium. £3/10/. Tra falgar have now started to arrive, and a few special small lots found pur chasers at £4/5/. Brownells, ordin arily, made £4 to £4/5/; and occa sionally. for special lots, a-sh...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. Farm Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

THE MARKETS. BENDIGO \lARKETS. . -Farm Produce. . Fol).i-!2r:-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per^ton; wlieaten,. £2; wheat, 3/54 to ?'3/6 'per-.7bush;oats, 1/8;-. straw, 25/ per ion; . "flour,. £8/10/:" bran, £5; pollard, .£5: Cape barlej-," 3/6 per bushel; new potatoes. Carmens, £5 id/j"to" £6;; Pinkeyes, - £4/15/ ,tp £5; new; onions;-:Brown;rSpaiiish,; £8/10/ to £9 perv ton. ' -Dairy and Garden Produce.- _ Feb. 21. - Factory butter, prints, n}d. to i/o} per lb.; do., lumps, njd. to t/oi; second,-gd to g}d;"jcHiry but 'ter, prir.ie.yiod.-to ni;;,medium. Sd.1 to gd.: butter, heated lots, down to 7d. per lb.; _ eggs, -fresh, 1/ to 1/0J per dozen; preserved, 10a. to, lid.; new cheese, 6d. to 6id" per lb.;( ma tured, /d. to Sd. "per "lb.; 'hams, iod. to 1/; bacon, yd. to~9d.; honey, 3d.; beeswax. 1/1 to -1/3. Poultry -Heavy .weight gobblers,, 25/ to 35/ per pair,; light, 16/ to 22/6; hens, 8/6 to 12/6; poults, 10/ to 15/; geese, 5/ to 6/; ducks,-3/0'to 5/; ducklings, 2/ to 4/; fowls, roosters'...

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MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 24 February 1914

SfiALMSBURY. St. John's-Church.-Harvest thanks giving services were held1 on Sunday; both morning and r evening at St. John's-Church -of v England, ?.-Malms bury. ; The church was very prettily decorated with a very handsome dis play of fruit. vegetables and grain. The Rev. J. D. Watsford preached in the morning, taking for his text Joel ? 2-22: .'?'And-ye-'shall eat .in plenty and be satisfied, and shall praise the name of .the. Lord your God."- Harvest hymns werc_sung and the anthem' "While the J^arth Remaineth" 'was nicely sung by the choir. The Rev. L. L. VVenzcl preachcd in the evening from St. John 12:23, "Verily, verily, - L say unto you except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone; but if it die it bringeth ,forth much fruit," During the offertory the anthem ''All Thy Works Shall Praise, Thee. Lord" was sung. Mr. Matthews presided at the organ at both services. Tennis.-Woodend .played ' Malms bury, at Woo^end, oh Wednesday, the results being, as foll...

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METCALFE SHIRE THISTLE INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

METCALFE SHIRE THISTLE INSPECTOR. At the January meeting of the :Mct ealfeshirc Council Cr. Donovan :clre\v attention to the spread of thistles in' the North Riding, and moved' tliat the inspector send out final notices, that a 'list of defaulters be placed on the table, and proceedings be taken to compel the keeping of the;Act: j The secretary said that that "wbuld: mean that ;he \ybuld have to visit "the; pro perties three times and do the; work with no remuneration' wliAteyer. Pre viously the rate collector had been paid for the-'work.-' A'discussion en sued, in' which it was discovered' that Metcalfeshire, possesses no thistle in spector, W. C. Reeves, the engineer and secretary; having been appointed rate collector at a salary of £So a1-1 year and, a' commission om dog fees', collected, -but not thistle inspector; The -.matte r-hvas held over,.until thef February, meeting of the council, when the following discussion ensued/ Cr. Michell said the question-of the thistle inspecto...

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HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION. BY A STOMACH SPECIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

m 111 111 r HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION. .BY A STOMACH SPECIALIST. As a specialist who lias spenf Aia'iVy years in the study and treatment of stomach troubles, I have been forccd to the conclusion that most people who complain of stomach trouble pos sess stomachs that are absolutely healthy and normal. The real trouble, that which causes all the pain and difficulty, is acid in the stomach, usu ally due to. or aggravated by, food fermentation. Acid irritates the deli cate lining of the stomach and food fermentation causes wind, which dis tends the stomach abnormally, caus ing . that full bloated feeling. Thus both acid and fermentation interfere .?with.'land retard the- process.of diges tion.,- The stomach is usually healthy and normal, but irritated almost past endurance-by.^ these :foreign' elements -acid.andiwind. In all such cases and" they comprise - over, 90 per cent, of alb. stomach difficulties-the first; sand only step necessary: is to neutral* -ise th...

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. " "' 11 .1, in A meeting ot delegates from the various High Schools comprising the Northern District" High Schools Ath letic Association was held on Satur day at Castlemaine. There were: present: Messrs. XV. J. Bateman and James O'Connor (Maryborough), J King (Bendigo). R. Hagan (Echuca),.. W. Hrry and G. Parker (Castlemaine) and T. H. Stuart (Kyneton). It was decided to hold the schools' athlctic competitions at Maryborough on Wednesday. May 6. Mr. Bateman was elected president and Mr. O'Con nor secretary and treasurer for the en suing year. It was decided, to have a. senior championship decided on eight events-!oo yds., 220 yds.. ,440 yds.. SSo yds., long jump, high' jump. 120 vds. hurdles, and puttiiig^the weight. Ihe junior championship is to be de cided on six of the above events, omitting': the . SSo yds. !and 120yds. hurdles-;a.jThere are two -handsome snieJcis- fort!-,'the winning 'schools, as well,.as goldralnd silver: medals for the winners -of each tve...

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RATING REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

RATING REFORM. A meeting in favor 6f! rating on un improved values for Municipal pur poses was held in Woodend on Tues day. 24th inst. Mr. Crow occupied the . chair and invited free discussion. It was pointed out that the State Parliament had just passed a bill per mitting rating 011 the unimproved value for municipal purposes, and that shires would be called upon to pass ai: opinion on this question at an early date. It was also shown how the present system is a penalty on in dustry It an owner improves his pro pertyhe is taxed-or fined-for so do ing:" but if he acquires a valuable im proved property and destroys or ne glects it. he is treated as a benefactor io the district, and his taxes are re duced. Mr. Johnson showed that land val ues were created by the people. When there are few people in a country land lias practical!}- no value., but as popu lation grows values increase, and land at the centres of population is the most valuable Therefore, land values are produced by the p...

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CRICKET. Kyneton v. Metcalfe. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

CRICKET. Kynetoii/^ "Metcalfe. ." " . . The Kjrnetpn. team- to play against Metcalfe' on Ba'rkly Square' on" Satur l.il0;gay'wtH he chosen frbhi the folloxv Youitf* is),. Sutherland,' Plunkett, Hurry. Horton, Simpson, Morris, Heart". Caram;.-; Stredwick ''(b), Thom son.ifl-fcvick?tBrennan, '.Grant, Knight;' Chapman. Stabbs. .

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UNITED KINGDOM RATFS —Letters.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

KITED KINGDOM RATF> -Letters. -sr.every joz. or under 0 ( Post Car-dj. each ... 0 ' Reply Poii Cards, each f-! Pagistcation Fee .. 0 AcknoMcc'pfemcnt of delivery of a roistered article' . o 2? -^Packets. Commercial Papers not c-.x . :'.?.eding ° 3 .'?xcaMtnp ?o2 h«{ nrt pr eceding 40Z 0 33 Exceeding .ioz. and rot ex ceeding 6oz 0 4 Exceeding 6oz. but not ex ceeding 8oz o 43 Exceeding Soz. but not ex ceeding iooz o 5 Every additional 2oz. or un der up to 5I0. .. . o 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers, .for'.?every 2oz. or under up to 5'b^ . .. .. o 1 Patterns and Samples must be bona fide sample, other wise will have to be sent ; parcel post or letter rate, for every 2oz. or under, up to lib*. .. 0 1 The maximurii limit of weight to the United;-Kincfdom is i6oz.. and fo« foreijrn countries'120/:. -Newspapers. Each newspaper 40Z. or under 0 ' *Kach additional 2oz.: or. frac- ?. t;ion: thereof (see footnote") 0 . of ^Newspapers sent by P. and -O. steamers, wholly by sea, id. fo...

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SPORTING NOTES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

OKTINCT NOTES. BOWLS. . ? -IU1 Wooden d met on tiic Ky'^r rrrecn vestcrday afteriipojiy K-\n,C, rttSn match of the NW.fcd/ ,n, . the former won by 100 to 54, ff lcJ on the three rinks. On No. 1 nmfuedi won by 33 to 26. T. . Castles, on No. 2. by 45 to 13, L'WNo. 3 T. Carss won by 31 to I5. Scores:-, . : R w .. McLennan,. Ru'cdi .; * . . Harris. Brown,. Thompson, Fisher ., v ti "A ' "T 26 , Foley Stredwick, _H. Cas ties. T. E. A. Castles . ; 45 - Johnson, Coop, Hayes, ... , " longebloed .. .. .. .. - 13 Hayes, Blackley. Laugher, "Carss - . ?. . . 31 Evans, Overton. Gilchrist,, l5aniel 15 109 54 The final for the pairs trophj% pre ^nfpd bv the vice-oresident of ^Kyne on Boiling Ch.b (lit Jas. Rennick), ,Vi1l-be played.off this, evening be Iwccii S- Sandford and" W, Bhckley (4) and G. Hurry and,...Sergeant ^Th^fin'aHor tj,c fourth Renni£ mc was played off last evening-,be veeu S. Sandford (1) and W. Gray (3). when the former won by ri points

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

TELEGRAMS. Ordinary office"' hoiat%' p.m. (Sundays excepted)." ( Telegrams delivered at offices where, there are messengers, free one mile- from office. Where no: messen tiers 'are employed, telegram? remain at the office until called for . . - Victoria. vV'ithm radius of 15 miles from ?my telegraph office. 16 .vordb, inrlnrlinc address an<i signature Vithin t:hc State, hm-oulsid> die 15 mile radius, 16 word.' . including address and sisjna ?ture . .. .... .. .... . - o Every additional word, extra o . -Interstate. 16 words, including address and signature '. 0 .-New Zealand. Minimum charge of 4id. a wora Address and signature charged for ar part of message. -United Kingdom.- : uniform rate of 3/ per word. -New Caledonia.-:? Each word ad. The address ano signature count as part of message STAMP DUTIES. . ? C . ' Receipts-£2 and over, id. Bills-£25 and under, 6d.; £50, 1/; £75, 1/6; £100, 2/; £150, 3//and so on, being 1/ for every £50 or traction of same. 1

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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, KYNETON [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, KYNETOS® The annual 'meeting ot St. Paul's Church was held in the Pari-'i h last Tuesday evening. There was OSST a moderate attendance, C " . Bishop. R.D., in the chair. TK port and balance sheets were -etti and adopted. The balance shte l closed that on December 31. nij bank overdraft was £25/8/9. with cj V standing: accounts of £4/18/11 at outstanding pew rents of £10/m leaving a debit balance of £10/?/ The church lias donated £49/14/8.. the Bishop of Bendigo's Mesne Mis sion Fund and in special oiterterie tor foreign missions and the Clerrr Provident Fund £23/3/6. The Sun day School account:is in credit 6/n, and during the year the scholar: have donated £9/12/3 to foreien mis sions and the Children's Hospital The election of officers resulted as id lows: Church Wardens. Mes.-rs. C Hurry (vicar's). \V. TJ Totik? and V; T. Laugher; vestry,._Messrs. R. i- Ar cryle. A. N. Tulloh, VI. Jenkins 1 vic ars). A. E. Tulloh. W. J. McConrocv YV. Watkins, J. Armstrong. C. Pi...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

POSTAL NOTES. / . 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 1/6, id.; unedr 4/6/ id., under 5/, 1 sd.; 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 in value 5d., may be affixed to the face of the Note, and the amount of the Note and stamps will be paid. Victorian postal notes are now pay able in New South: Wales, South Aus tralia, Tasmania, Queensland, and Western Australia, and vice versa. Should the spaces in a" Postal. Note .'fori name^-of^payGe'-and;;J)a3rini; *crtfifc>' not be filled up, the Note wil be pay able to any post-office in the colony When it is desired i to make it pay able to anyone, then the name of the person and of the Money Order Off...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 February 1914

WEDDINGS. REGAN-O'SHEA J-At Sd' Mary's Roman Cart, Church on Saturday rooming!?! 21st, the wedding of Miss Anasjjl] O'Shea, daughter of Mr. and O'Shea, of Greenhill, and Mr. \V$i James Regan, eldest son of Mr of Beauchamp street^ Kyneton, ?! celebrated by the Very Rev. - 'Hegarty. The bride, who W0lc;! handsome gown or white voile rjcv'g trimmed with lace and satin, andyl orthodox wreath and veil, carries § bouquet of white flowers, and enter! the church 011 the arm of her brot^'l Mr. W. O'Shea. She was attended two bridesmaids , Miss Marj>| O'Shea (sister) and Miss Grace Hs son, both attired in gowns of embroidered muslin. They carrel bouquets of colored chrysantliemiiVl tied with colored ribbons. Atr. Fr>;| Regan acted as groomsman. After the ceremony a very cl"rJ lg breakfast was enjoyed, anf, happy time, spent, at the residency Mr. JaraeSjVRegan. ( The custom^! toasts wore honored, and afterwajl| photoSr were taken. Mr. and Mrs. Regan left by tlieS-J train on a secret hone...

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