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MOUNT FRANKLIN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 5 March 1914
rgp ■ -• MOUNT FRANKLIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Present at yesterday's meeting of Mt. I-'iatikiin Sliiru Council: Crs F. Vanzotta (President), McPherson, MvKirmon, Bell, Wilkic, James Ro bertson ami Frank Robertson. CORRESPONDENCE. - Mi's II. II. Burr, secretary of Day le-ford l-adies' Benevolent Society a ked for a donation to the institu tion's funds.—To be dealt with when the annual allocation is bums; made. The Treasury forwarded £20^ the Government endowment for the ycai ending 30;h June, 1914.—Or lSell said he couldn't understand that Glcnlyon Shire Council should have received C250. M't. Fianklin council's . valua tion was, he .believed, greater Ahan Glcnlyon Council's; He also noticed that Glcnlyon Council received . a greater share of Government grants. Cr McPlicrson sai&lt;l that 'the council should be thankful for small mercies. The Hon., D. McLeod notified the following grants' from.; the Public Works Department:4-.r»* - Towards repairing the road' to Hep burn Springs (to...
A ROAD DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 5 March 1914
A ROAD DISPUTE. Daniel Gillies and C. lligyins, of Yandoit, wiotc to the January meeting of the Mount franklin Shire Council r e the closing of a load. in the north riding, which had been in use for 30 or 40, years. It con nected the main Yandoit road, near Mr Gillie's house, with the back roa dleading to Franklinford. it had been taken up by George Dear, "vvitli a miners' right, and fenced, for the past three or lour months, with the result that, it is now perfectly im passable ,either for vehicular or horse traffic. They asked that it be opened. —Cr J'rank Robertson moved that the Department be requested to havic the road opened, as. it is the only, outlet-from the .forest in that - part.' Seconded'by Cr Robertson and (car ried. Mr Bear wrote to the February meeting of the council, s'l|ating that Ibc area mentioned.-was not a road, and never had been one. i.lie council referred the matter to ; the nortli-riding members, witjh in structions' to meet as manv of the I parties concern...
BULLARTO TO LYONVILLE MAIN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 5 March 1914
BULLARTO TO LYONVILLE MAIN ROAD. The. following statement was pre sented by the engineer (IVl'r S. Lang ley.1 at Monday's meeting of tjlie Glenlyon Shire Council, regarding the expenditure on the main road between Lyonville and Bullarto. Contract-No. 5, £251; contract iN'o. 6, £213 8s; Contract No. .2, £140: Contract No. 2, Section 3 (spalls), £55 5s; Contract No. 2, sec'tjion '4 (spalls),' £40 .12s 6d; Contract No. 2, section 5 (spalls), £40 125 6d; spalls, 287 c. yards, at 39 3d, £.'/■> 12s gel; spalls, 27 c. yarcls, extra, 'No. 2, section 3, £4 7s 9d; breaking (34 cubic yards at 2s 6d, £4 5s; plan's and specifications, £20; total, £816 3s 6d. Amounts paid,—Contract No. 2, sec tion 3,' £55 5s; contract) No. 2, sec tion 4, £40 12s 6d; contract. No. 2, section 5, £40 12s 6d; extra on No. 2, section 3, £4 7s gd; Contract) 'No. 5, progress, £20; contract No. '6, pro gress, £40; contract No. 6, progress, £100; contract No. 2, progress, £140; extras, £4 ;s; spalls, 287 c. yaxels at 3...
THE KIKUYU CONFERENCE. CHARGE OF HERESY. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 5 March 1914
r.i'.THE K1KUYU CONFERENCE. • CHARGE OF HKKJiSV. '.v At" tilt:. Church.-of England Men's .Society .'meeting on Tuesday evening, ihe Kcv/J. Carrington gave ,tne liistory o£ the Kikuyu Conference, and the unexpected sequel. The Place.—Kikuyu is a village oil ihe Aganda railway in British Eust) Af rica, beautiful in situation, some 7000ft above the sea. It has suddenly be come lamous, thousands of newspap 01s all the world over referring jo it. What is the cause of this notor iety? In June last a United >I'is sionary Conference was held there. Delegates from the various societies working in those regions were pre sent, sixty in number. Une important result" of the conlerence was the unanimous agreement of the delegates to a ■ niemoi andum entitled "The Pro posed Sdicme of Federation." Four societies agieed to ;this scheme—-the (church Missionary - Society 1 he Afri can island Mission, the Church of Scotland Mission, and a small Me tliodiot Mission. The thief aim of this scheme was "...
EXPENSIVE ROAD MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 5 March 1914
EXPENSIVE EOAD MAKING. Tenders ware opened at the Glen* lyon Shire Ooanoil meeting on Mon day for five different lots of Bpalls. In eaoh inBtanoe only one tender was reoeived, priors ranging frQm 3s 9d to 6a 6d per oabio yard, After muoh diHoassion it was generally ooneidered that the prioes were too high, and it was decided to oall for freah tenders. Where 6a 6d per yard was asked, the engineer pointed oat that it would aoet another 2s 6d per yard foe breaking and Is per yard for spread ing, making a total ooat of 10a per yard for metal only. - It was pointed ont at the meeting that a Footaoray firm wonld anpply broken metal in the trnoka at- Woodend for 6s lid per yard. Fresh tenders are to be called, returnable in a fortnight. A very old resident of Guildford, in the person of Mr ProBpero Paa salaqua, died on the 18th alt. He was about 85 years of age, and had been oonfined to his bed for some time with & paralytic seizure, and had to be attended to by relatives night and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 5 March 1914
SCHOOL CHILDREN SUFFER I L^ROM Imperfect,,Vision Bnd Head oeheB, wbicbjj interefero with tbeir^ study, Careful atlentiou is given to fitting children witb glasses for study, which assures bettor re aulta,^by W. J. AIRD, Optician, ™ EQU IT ABLE BUILDINGS, 314 .Collins Street,; Melbourne, Who visits DAYLE3FORD on the 3rd Saturday in each Month, and may be consulted at MR. MORROW'S PHARMACY, Vincent Street, from 9,30 to 2,30. Satisfactory Service nt Moderate Coat. Date of next visit— SATURDAY. MARCH 21. vr- J- HANDS, THE LEADING FRUITERER AND ^CONFECTIONER. Vincent Street. Daylesford (EsTABLIBHeD 40 Years.) -W-JES £ .OTHKRS HOLLOW./ Primest TOIUt&tOet* Peaches jLg»ri&lt;iv©ls , Row in Stock [sneciality fcleaning ^Tailor Made Dresses (■ Among the smartest women of ' to-day is she whose garments havo been renovated here. She looks just as if she had stepped out of a band box. From tho ostrich feather in her hat, down to the hem of her dainty slcirt—everything looks brand ...
GLENLYON ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 5 March 1914
GLENLYON. ENGINEER'S REPORT. The following fcport from the en gineer (Mr S. Langley) was idealt with at Monday's meeting of the G.'enlyon Shire Council: — "1 have the honor to report that, in connection with tj'ie works on Hie main llullarto-Lyonville road, they are progressing satisfactorily; .the metal ling should be about finished. The crushing plant has given the utmost satisfaction, turning out up to eighty (i?ol cubic yards within the eight, hours, and the metal gauge also prov ed highly satisfactory. The crusher ulu-n I last inspected-it, quite recently, was ri'mning smoothly and well, and no trouble or delay has been experi enced. Contractor A. Bremncr in-1 formed me that in all probability he would have the crusher returned ftt> Glunlyon during the course of it he piesent week, unless the spalls fire ready for crushing 011 Goll,ill's road, South Bullarto. In that event it would be a week longer. I expect to learn to-day how the matter stands in re gard to the output of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
jl YCLES and Motor Cycles from V £3 up. Large assortment of ac cessories always in stock. Repairs done at shortest notice. " The Day leslord" Motor Cycle, built with fam ous Precision engine. Will climb any hill. .Catalogues on application, 4 M'Kinnoa's tip.orta HsROt, CHRISTMAS. PRESENTS for your sporting friends, including Tennis Racquets, Cricket Bats, Fishingr Rods Belts, Kit and Gladstonfl Bags, Quoits Boxiiig Gloves, Punching Bails may be had at thfl Etaylesford Snorts SCHOOL CHILDREN SUFFER! L^BOAl Imperfto^ViBiou and Bund aobes, wbicb iuiereftra with tbeir study, Oatoful atleutioo is given to fitting children witti glaatou fOr study, which assures better rc aultB.^by W. J. AIRS, Optician, EQUITABLE BUILDINGS, 311 .Collins Street, ' Melbourne, Who visits DAYLESFORD on the 3rd Saturday in each Month, and 1 may be consulted at MR. MORROW'S PHARMACY, Vinoeot Street, from 9,30 to 2,30. Satisfactory Service nt Moderate Cost. Date of next visit— SATURDAY, MARCH 21. - VT- J. RANDS, ...
BLAMPIED SPORTS. ST. PATRICK'S DAY. HORSE RACING and ATHLETIC EVENTS. In Boyd Bros. Paddock. TUESDAY, MARCH 17 1914. Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
B LAMP I ED SPORTS. ST. PATRICK'S DAY. _ ' TJ.OKSE RACING and ATHLETIC EVENTS. 'In Boyd Bios.' Paddock. TUESDAY, MARCH 1-7 1914. Tiouramme. 1.—BICYCLE ROAD RACE. Blain pied to Newlyu. 11 a.m. Valuable Trophy. 2.—DISTRICT HACK RACE, of X2. 6 Furlongs. 9 stone. 10 jiule rad ius. Nom. zs. 3.—NO.VELTY l'ONY RACE, of £2. • 14.1 a.u. Four furlongs.. Four starters required. Norn., 2s. 4—ST. PATRICK'S DAY HANDI CAP, of £5, About 1 mile. N0111., 5s. 5.—HANDICAP -TROT, of £3. About 2 miles. Horses to carry list, ponies 14.1 a,u.,.gst. Nom, 3s: 6.—HANDICAP HACK RACE, of £2. tos. .Open. Nom., as 6d. 7.—TRO,T and GALLOP, of 30s. ! mile. Entry- 2s. 8.—BO.YS' RACE. First 5s., second, 2s. 6d. Entry free. 9.—GIRLS' RACE. First 5s., second, 2s. 6d. Entry Free. 10.—SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, of£i 10s. 130 yards. First, £1, second 10s. Nom., is. 6d. 11.—DISTRICT HANDICAP (10 mile radius). First, 15s; second, 5s. Nom., is. 12.—PUTTING WEIGHT (Handicap,^ Four entries required. 1st. prize ios., second 2s. 6d. No...
THE NORTH NUGGETTY AJAX. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
, THE NORTH NUGGETTY AJAX. 1911-• Vlay 18 June 15 'uly 13 August (O Sept, 7 Ost. 5' Nov. 2 Dcr. 1 Dei;. 21 1912. Keb. 8 Marph 21 \yri> 10 \Iay 16 lunc 13 luly II Vugust 8 Sept. 5 ' Opt, - 3 let. 31 Miflv. 38. fee. 23 ,"9'3 fan.'23 Feb. 20 March 2d \prll 17 May 15 fune 12 July io ( \ugust 7 Sept. 4 Oct. 2 Oct. 30 Nov. 27 Dec. 24 tons oz dwt 1116 608 5 ,973 812 10 960 • 1014 0 967. 1160 0 '9&lt;>3 •45' 11 9Q3 1436 M 923 >454 17 950 1458 4 700 1320 0 I 190 ,•859 2 •954 >549 13 943 >449 *9 1260 1224' 7 1270 , 349 0 1130 631 V 1200 897 17 1287 769 i 1420 769 . 0 n8? 793 0 141a 7-13 D 1114 /»J V tioo ' ' 507 0 1300 i532 0 >3>« 537 0 1020 3>8 0 1328 473 D 1292 492 O 1110 37° 10 1329 502 0 •313 412 0 1200 362 0 1308 "435 0 1168 367 0 1024 474 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
A HANDY REMEDY. A large number of horae-owDers have heen worried for some time over i he presence of itch in the legs of borees due to the presenoe of wbat is known as snckiDg homes' loose, Numerous complaints have been made bo tbe Agricultural de partment, whoBe experts announce tbat bhe most effeotive and cboipeat method of eradioatioa is as follows :— Obtain a mixture by boiling together 21b of Bulphur and lib of lime in a kerosene tin of water for an hour, and then use the clear golden liquid thus .obtained Io thoroughly saturate tbe bair on tbe legs of the borees, UriDg a p'ongb wi'h whioh bis grandfather win p':zeg neirlv SO yetra ogo, Millard Bowers, aged 19, of Cot fenham, Cambridgeshire, baB himself won three first prizes in ploughing competitions. A witness, in giving cvidcncc at (the sittings of the Licenses Reduction; Board at' Ararat on Friday,-was asked if he thought it necessary that |a" certain hotel should be retained. The answer M-as in the affirmative, "be cause,"...
SPRING PARK COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
SPRING PARK COMMITTEE. The monthly meeting of the Hep burn Spring ParkCommittee took place on Wednesday afternoon, wiieu there were present Mayor G. fcY. Parker (chairman), and Cr .1. W. King, of JJaylesford J3orough Couiu.il, and Cr.-i !•'. Valletta (president;), D. .AU'Kiimon and W\. Wilkic, of .Ml. l-Tanklin Shire. RE AN APPLICATION. 'The Hon. L). McLcod wrote rhal the committee's application for a grant of .lit50'from the JTourist Volte to assijst in making a tunnel to divert crcck water from interfering with the spring in Welshman's Gully, had been made too late'for this year, as the Tourist I Vote has all been allocated. The jap ! plication will be considered when next | year's vote is being dealL witjh. CARETAKER P. BUFF'S REPORT During February 339 baths, includ ing 19 cold baths, were taken, '.tile receipts re same totalling £21 10s. The takings from the weighing ma chine for two months past, amount to £3 5s Sd. 1 have had the spring below the dome fixed up and made accessi...
BUTTER FACTORY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
BUITER FACTORY REPORT. Ab Ihe half-yearly meeting of the Eobuoa Oo-opetasiva Batter Factory and Tradiug Oa, Ltd. the dirootorti' re port stated that for tha half year 'nder1 31 at Decpmber the quantity of butter made was 154,470 lb., of which 41.944 lb, was exported to London, aud the balance p'aced on the Melbou ne and local markets at good priced, Thore has been a profit of £298 13/8 oa the half year's opperatione, and af;er writing off £142 5/6 oa bnildings, plant and. maohinery, there remained a £164 13/10, oat of which it was pro posed to pay balance of a dividend of 5 per cent, on all pud .up Bhares. A dividend was deolared accordingly.
MISLEADING STATEMENTS SPRING PARK COMMITTEE AND HEPBURN PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION. A CONTRADICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
MISLEADING STATEMENTS SPUING PARK COMMITTEE AND HEPIiUKN PROGRESSIVE AS SOCIATION. A CONTK A DI C'I" ON. Ai iher Day!c.-fnr(I-IIc|)buni Spring . VarkK'ommiiteo meeting on Thursday, the following communications were I received. I .f. '1'. Uren. lion, secretary of the Hepburn Progressive Association, I wrote:--"Complaint lias been made ' to the members of tile association ;ts . to the *c:iiviliy of mineral water llow | inp to thr public, from th? new >p-in^ in the creek. It is stated thn.l ifie , waier is only running from the outlet . to the public at/ ni^ht time. M'y as- 1 i sociation is very indignant at such being the ta^e, especially as wc col lectea a largo sum of money ami handed it to your committee lu rarry out tin: work, and fur'Mier. another sunt for lowering the pipe, and now lo find that, the water is rut off from thi' public during the day. 1 am directed to ask your eotnmil|tee to allow a continuous supply ol mineral tivater to flow tt> the public from the Jin. pip...
ROYAL MATRICIDE [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
ROYAL MATRIOIDB Professor Robert 8. Rait, who ocon pies the Ohair of Scottish History and LiteralD'e at Glasgow Univoraity, in editing papera relating bo Mary Queen of Soots, bad discovered letters written by James I., giving Qaeen Elizabeth to understand bhob be wonld no5 object to the pablio execution of bis mother James I. was a son of Lord Darnley and Mary Qaeen of ScotB. He be came, on the abdication of his mother, King of Scotland as James VII, on July 14, I5G7/ and on the doatb of Elizabeth became King of England.
A MISUNDERSTANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
A MISUNDERSTANDING. .With reference to the above, jMr j, i\ Uren (secretary ol the Hepburn Progressive Association) at the meet ings of the association of Thursday •veiling, said that the members of the association wore probably aware that tile caretaker of tile spring park hail taken exception to liis letter for warded to the Spring l'ark Com mittee, under instructions lrora tile as sociation. -Mr Uren said tliah it was not his personal observation that caus ed him to state that the uatfcr was cut oil all day from the new spring. He thoroughly understood that sucn was the case, after hearing the opinion of members. There was 110 doubt a misunderstanding, and lie had been misled, as it appears the water is turned on at 2 o clock in t(lie afternoon of every day. It was far irom the intention of the association to mislead the Spring Park Committee or any body. Mr ilenz said so far as the water being, available every day, lie would contradict tthe statement. Th^ti day (Thursday) he had...
ORDINATION REV. H. S. BUNN [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
. .— . I ORDINATION REV. H. S. BUNN ' A iuOjI iutLTCbtJuig anil imp. e.ssi\ e service was lield in the Baptisti Church, Dayleslord, on Wednesday, evening, when the Rev. H. i>, liunn, a grauuale of the Australian Baptist Co,lege, was ordained. Amo»ig . tlie visitors wore Principal W. II. Holds worth, M.A.,'of the Bapt/ist College, Kev. 1". J. W'iikin, M:A:, a member of the College stall, Rev. J. H. GobJe, pastor of the l'ootfcicray Church, Rev; G. H. .Mackay, director of Home .Mis sions, and Pastor Scholelield, who until recently had chargc of , the bap tist Church ub Daylesford. • l'rior to the ordination service; the members anif-'adherents of the church entertained the visitors at an excellent tea provided' by the ladies in the schoolroom. In addition to- the: visit ing ministers, Rev, Jno. Caningtotj, Rev. S. H. 'M Gowan - and, iinsign Inglis were present, and .delivered addresses. An apo.ogy ;wasi ireceived! from Rev. D. Provan, who was away at conference. Messrs I.ake, Harri...
CENTRAL AJAX YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
CENTRAL AJAX YIELDS. 19"' Sept. 13 54 168 '5 Nov. 30 96 .99 0 1912. Sept. 5 - 603 417 2 Oct. 3 686 • 331 0 Oct. 31 - 7'5 519 0 Nov. 28 - 787: 584 3 Dec. 19 580 520 18 '913. Jan. 23 502 752' 0 Feb. 20 834 630 0 March 20 830 811 0 Aprii 17 730 642 16 May 16 830 790 0 June 12 700 . 650 0 July 10 800 892 16 Aug. 7 830 919 0 Sept. 4 1400 130° 0 Oct. 2 1498 1330 10 Oct. 3d 1500 , 1304 0 Nov. 27 '330 1027 16 Dflcs 24 '40? 1200 0 Jan. 22 7P0 ' 500 0 Feb. 19 1600 1100 0 TH 19,014 16,490 6
AN INSTANCE OF LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914
AN INSTANCE OF LOSS. All instance of the loss ami incon venience caused by the recfelnt over time strike' of the waterside workers, remarks the "Advertiser," is fur nished by a West Australian corres pondent, who writes to a Maryborough friend as follows:— ".What do tyoti think of the lazy strike of lumpers ? The trouble spread to FreniantJe, and caused a lot of bother. Fpr instance, we were getting out an electric pump to fix at t)je big reservoir at Kal goorlie, which is now finished, and everything ready for use. Tlje pump arrived at Fremantie padtt-d in six cases. Three'of therfe were unload ed before ; o'clock, when the "loya] comrades" ceased work, The poor old ipump, which had been cabled for and rushed out by mailboat to save time, regardless of cost, .re posed part on the wharf and pari! in the ship's hold. -The ship would would not wait Ijill the next day, and now half otlr pump is on the ;wav to Adelaide, and if it. does not; gel out before 5 o'clock at Hint port it will,...