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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-office, Kyneton, For [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

"POS?OFFICE TIME-TABLE. rvc-> at Post-office, Kyneton, Mails CiCSv. at For Melbourne, at 7.10 a.m., 1.30 p.m. S'p.m. Bendigo, 2.35 P-®- antl S p.m. Up T.P.O., at 1.30 p.m.'and S p.m. Woodend, at 7.10 a.m. and 1.30 Carlsruhe R.S., at7.10.a.m. Tylden, Trenthara and Fernl\il}. at 7-55a-m Down T.P.O.. 9 a.m. an-' 2.35. and S p-m Metcalfe, at 8-55 a.m. dailj. Glenlj'on. at S.55 a.m. daily. Malmsbury, at 8.55 a.m. daily. Edgecombe, Lang-ley and Sidonia, at ;o a.m., on Monday. Wednesday, and Friday. Spring Hi'l and Upper Coliban, at 10 2.m. on Monday, Wednesdav and Friday. Piper's Creek arid Pastoria Easr, at JO a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lauristdfl. daily at fo a m,.- j.15 P West Kyneton. daily at 10 a.m. / .Barfold, Redesdale, Mia Mia, Green hill. East Metcalfe and Redesdale, Junction. Daily at 3.55 p.m. " '

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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INTERCOLONIAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

INTERCOLONIAL RATES. ; To New South Wales, New Zealand. South Australia. Tasmania. Western Australia. Fiji. British New Go in en and New Hebrides. -Letters. For every ioz. or under .. .. o \ Post Cards-Stamp or Card . o 1 Letter Cards o i Reply Post Cards-each .. . - ° Registration Fee .. .. - ° 3 Acknowledgement of deliver? - . '* r<>sistered article - - -Packets.-^" " '. "tnmercial Papers and Prim' ? ed Papers, maximum weighi 4ib., maximum dimensions. -it. in length, lit. wide or , , . less, 2oz. or under .. " ' Patterns and Samples, Pack- ? fits or Merchandise, etc..; maximum weight lib- di- 1 tensions not t«> cxceed 2ft * ift.. 2oz or under '. -Newspapers.-- . ? Each, everv tooa. or und - ° {'^ ^ulk Parcels or newspapers posted by a registered news paper publisher OT newsven- - lor. 2oo? or fraction there of (. t -Parcel s f<f" each Parcel of tlb- oi under . o K -ach adti\tional lib . or un- .' up to ilib. .. . . o n -Queensland. Hie same as to other ...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 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 Post Cards .. . o i Reply Post Cards 0 2 Letter Cards .. . . .. .. .. -. 0 1 Registration Fee 0 3 - Acfaiovfledgcicsut ^o£«4.cliv°"5;, v of registered article Vv""...." o 2( -Packets. Commercial Papers, Printed Papers, maximum weight 5lb., maximum dimensions 2ft. in length by ift. in width or depth, 2oz. or under .... o . 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. .. <"> ' Patterns, Samples, Packets Merchandise, maximum lib.. not to exceed aft. x ift., 2oz. cr under « -Newspapers. For each newspaper IOOZ. 01. under Within the Commonwealth and Papua, 402. or part of 40Z Cty Magazines and Publications not published in the Com- \ monwealth.. o Published within the Com monwealth, Soz 0 0* To New eZaland, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

.'jO'jf and Found LOST. Friday.-Pair Gold -rimmcii SPECTACLES. Remand return this bffit'q, . . ujBBBflgg3awawj^!;jgjiAiua.ai u mjjmi^nssr vV &.xt. 'i. i WANTED. - Competent GHXP AN.T, pood plain eo.nL j stock! \va;»r,::s Anply by iette/ ! I A.B.C., "Gnardian" office, Kyneton. f . Young Man WANTS JOB Plough ing or General Farm Work; used t<: horses... References. A.W., "Guard ian" office. WANTED TO BUY. - Second hand HORSEWORKS. Apply; star ing price, to? W.VCARNELL; MctcaHo ' WANTED. - Several Good TEN ANTS waiting for HOUSES'to Lea? Apply to W. H. BATTERS, Agent. ' For Sale or To Let. , GRASS SI'ED FOR SALE, o! ?'pasture. Apply H. and W. RICHEY Meetings . 'KYNETON TURF CLUB. - The ANNUAL-MEETING'of the above.Club-'will be hc'ld*on THURS DAY, MARCH 5, at thcCommercia-l Hotel, ati 8^ p.m. ??:???.> " ;?.?.- ^ '. J. J. HEFFERNAN. Secretarj'. Notices. >-;I NOTIFY the Case in last week's ipaper? had nothing to do with ??inc. EDITH LIGHTFOOT. ^-EXPRESSION OF THANK...

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RECENT ABDUCTION CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

RECENT1 ABDUCTION CHARGE, j . The' Salvation Army Home in Little > . Lonsdal'c 'Street, east was on Saturday j afteruooh/^he .scene ;of; an interesting ( ceremony.*, A considerable-number oi : people,"' including; ho small proper- i tibh of reporters and s press : photo- | graphers, assembled to see Reuben A. j Walters, i8 years of age, ?.married to Francis S. Rogers, .15 years of age. TlTe two ???young, people some weeks ; ago caused a sensation-by leaving-in company -for Adelaide, without rap prising. anj- of their friends or rela tions. Court proceedings . . against Walters- ensued. A ^charge of abduc tion against him was dismissed. Dur ing the investigation in the" Richmond Court the.-young, couple again ex changed vows of. undying affection and constancy. ?.Walters ; askejd:.: his i-sweetheart, . ."Arc. you. still^wiliSng., to marry, me?'"' and. she- - unhesitatingly replied, '.Mostjdcddedly;"-not!iiijg-vWi!2 alter ? me.'' .. trTltq jyr/ciits*of.-Miss -Rog ers at first refus...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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BAYNTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

BAYNTON. Death of :Mr. Gilbert Young-The death occurred on Saturday at his home, Baynton, of Mr. Gilbert Young, a highly esteemed resident. Mr. Young was one''of the local militia* to volunteer for South Africa. While there he saw active service in the Boer war and was shot in the lung. On his return to Victoria pulmonary tuber culosis supervened, and lie never re gained his health. A few weeks ago very alarming symptoms . showed themselves, and in- spite of the devo ted attention of his medical adviser. Dr. AV.. R. Groves, of his sisters, and a trained nurse. Mr; Young passed fiiway on Saturday as stated. The fu neral ? tooic place on Sunday to the Ivj-neton Cemetery, and was largely attended. The Rev. H. Sco'tt-Morton. of Mia Mia, officited at the house and at the graveside, and the pall-bearers were Messrs. S. and W. Rothwell (cousins), Moore Hamilton and Geo. Hamilton, and S. and G. Johnson (Lancefield). Mr. Young, who had reachcd his 3Sth year, was unmarried, but leaves to mour...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

Tnl:c No Other.-' For nine years I suffered vivifli a lucr didder and tried nu'nerou^ incU'onc n ^ainin^c very little pclicf," vr.u )n^ father J. Coles; Mator C.kA \ S,W. "After takvrig* Cli?' 'I eri m > P '-lets re.miiar ' -yiyAor z fortnight 1 countl I was nax-al /* Is bu efllted. ana ain n>\y completely restored to iK-ait!;. .\!v lather, who is . -70/ js an invalid and is troubled with .. constipation. ln*.i I; as ^;>i;o.r-ed the .: RTcatest benefit frt -m Chamberlain's Tablets. Ra'.h'T than us.; any other lneuiehie ,\ ' ''mw-.' sent into Br.iKiwond. tlr.a i* A> e.iilcs away, for O'anibci'l.'nn tablet";, N.dd bv T. P. Kays*. Kyii-to!:. Charles Matthew's. }tihr.>b;iry. and all chemists and storekeeper;. Kept Awake at Night. Little Cuti eura Ointment Cured, Not Slight- i est Return of Eczema Since, * "Uayviow," Bib'ocs :j{., Rockdalo, K.S.W. -"My wins wcro covered with an itching, burning rash, ivhicU'Jxpt mo ;v>rako at niglifc (being always. worse at. night). 1 w...

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MRS. CAROLINE CHISHOLM. THE FRIEND OF THE IMMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

MRS. CAROLINE CKI3HOLM. TIIF. FRIEND' OF THE 1.MM1 . GRAXT. : M r. W. E. Abbot, of:Wingen,: wrote .to the "Sydney D?.ily'Tclegrnph,"'-un ? cier date Feljruary .T2,;.i9X4- aclvbcatiiVg; that sometI-,ing' should be clone .bi" the --W*mien of ; Australia, tovcomraemoratc;. .vtheVname:-of----Mrs.>>Garolihc-- Ghisholm, e heroine of Australia colonisation,. whomHhe writer describes as "a wo man worthy to stand on the .same pet . d c s t a I a s. tV.e ? En g ii s hMie r o i n e - F1 o r e n c e, . Nightingale,.-Li her. grasp and under-; standing of. the importance : .of), the work she was' xloingvshc" was,: it" pos .. sible.?.-?greater... anymore, .heroic than ; Florence Nightingale, and.' like " the great English ntu'se^r. saint; womanly: ? ahvaysvand in all things.J ; Mr. Alibot also cjuoies" froni the .rReminiscences . ofJiuIrc ...Theory,-": whoworked.with Mrs. Chisholm frdtn iKio-iS/,?. as -follows: -"One ividividmicl smjeared unencumbered with coloiiis-; ins. theories, u n d e b...

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KYNETON POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1914. (Before Messrs. W. J. Laugher and J. Peacock, J's.P.) THREATENING BEHAVIOR AND RESISTING ARREST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

KYNETON POLIOS COUKT. MONDAY, MARCH a, .191-4. (Before Messrs. W. J. Laugher and J. Peacock, J's.P.) THREATENING BEHAVIOR AND RESISTING ARREST. William Chencry, aped 35 years, was charged at the Kyneton Police Gourt on Monday with behaving-in a threatening manner at Black Hill on Saturday last, and with later resisting Constable Gunther in the execution of his duty. " - ; ?To both charges accuscd- pleaded guilty.. Sergeant. O'Brien. conductcd the prosecution. Patrick James Kenny, farmer, at Blackhill, stated that lie saw accused on February 28. He was outside the door of his residence.'' He" called for something to eati arid" it. was not sup plied him. Witness saw him later 011 the public road. Witness was then accompanied by' his brother and one Rigney. Defendant pointed to wit ness's stack and-said it would, be in ashes in the morning. He wanted to fight them, and approached, taking off his coat. He had.used'to them seve ral filthy .expressions, -which the wit ness detailed. The p...

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THE RAINFALL. A DRY SPELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

TjHE RAINFALL. j ** T*'" ' . ?«S> - ' I .S'PELL. The rainfall..registered at the Kvne ton Post Office for the month of Fe bruary is 6 points. This is by far the lowest rainfall registered in Kyneton for February this century. The Fe bruary rainfall since 1901 was as fol lows: igoi. 45 points; 1902, 93 points; 1903, ? 113 points: 1904. 131 points; 1905, 93 points: 1906, 43 points; 1907, 128 points; 1908. 3SA points; 1009, 224 points. 1910, 47 points ; 1911. 800 points; 1912, 101 points; 1913, 97 points. The total rainfall for the first two months of the year is a little more than half an inch, viz., 53 points, far below the rainfall of tlae first two months of the year since 1901, as the following figures will prove: 1901, 301 points; 1902, 230 points: ; 1903. 169 points;. 1904,' 839 points; 1905. 1O6 points; 1906, 53 points; 1907, 218 points; 1908, 824 points; 1909, 350 points; 1910. lot, points; 1911, 974 ooints; 1912, 127 points; 1913, 112 points; 1914. 53 points. The absence o...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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WOODEND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

WOODEND. Tlic Shire Election.-Considerable local interest was taken in the election which took place on Thursday to fill the vacancy caused through the death of the late Cr. Manson, .in the repre sentation of the Woodend Riding in the'Newham and Woodend Shire, Council. There were three candidates,' viz.', Messrs. John CaseyK N. W. Elli-; son, and- A. Moore. The poll, which was taken at the Mechanic's' Institute, was'a heavy one: The result was: Mi* . Casey, 115Mr. Moore. 97... and Mr. . Ellison, 71. Cr. Neil Johnson (return ing officer), in the, presence of a large assemblage, declared the poll, and the; candidates returned thanks, Mr. Alli son moving a vote of thanks to the returning officer. ;~ Telephone from Woodend to Hes ket and Newham.-This line has been marked out by the department offi cials, and the committee-deputed by the last" public meeting is waiting for a few particulars from the Postal De partment. When these are obtained a public meeting will be called to con sider ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

Trade Addresses. _ ,/j^ vJL^V - s /v» jW&^^77*J$HW.*hX V-.... v, '=j. |£ : tnk- ^ m MUSIC >h> bath Charms. <^jS2_,SXiSj X ib.o . and. EST $ C5i# 1II0 bl' Li 111 t511L (I J V ... ,-:, k ±i hftrs V x. ;w * ^ *& 'PK ?*P, *?/ -i* iS^li All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. PAXTON AND ALLAN'S* POPULAR Sixpence Each. " COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. . - . At One Shilling. By. Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. MOUTH ORGANS in Great Variety in Various Keys. " SeMCl YOUI? <?!?2Pl3eS7 to MftWTpnTJf! DDAQ IDIisUBU Mm, \ \ > K1tN£TON. -WRITING TABLETS, in endless variety. WH1TWORTH LINEN, white and blue; LINEN LAWN; PARCI-l , MENT, VENEZIA, CAMBRIC, MAJESTIC, THE WORLD. * ' SPECIAL LINE, thintpaper, extra strong. The Famed BELAIR, ruled vertically, on one side, horizontally on the other. Economical and elegant. ENVELOPES.-Whitworth Linen, Linen Lawm,- Invicta, Eclipse. Countess, Ideal, Secretive, Cainpaspe. Clarence, Pence, etc., etc? LEGAL and BU...

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[?]—RE-DIRECT [?] VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

vTi -RE-DIREC'l VICTORIA Letters/., packets, and newspaper* are rc-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the- written re quest of the addre.sees. All applica tions for reTdirectionvmust be written in ink and bear the signatures of thr persons to whom the correspondence; is.- directed.; otherwise they cannofsfb*-,; complied with Re-directed'- -letterSi,-paclcuts>^%'i!rt newsaper;- re-posted by an agei-T »: the iddresees after .-delivery; pro vklt-r they are-re-posted not later than rht day {Sundays and Public :? Holidays not being counted) after delivery, and 'do not appear to have been opened, ure hot chargeable with, additional postage Re-directed letters, packets and newspapers which are re-posted later than the day after delivery will be taxed the ordinary prepaid rate ,&«y which appear to have been opened will be--chargeable- as freshly ,posted unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper* p" '?he case; may be OTHER COLONIES ANT* *' 'COUNTRIES , -? dndei. the ...

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BOUND FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

BOUND FOR LIFE. i In passing sentence on. Monday I morninp- Judge Eagleson released i two ..young men as first offenders, hut I in each case took the unusual, course of binding them over, to various con- ^ ditions, for the whole, term of their livOs. Leslie Posney, 2$ years of age, for merly collector forr the Shire of Wer ribee, had pleaded guilty to having embezzled a sum. of £114 from the Shire of Werribee.. It was expalincd that the .accused would at a future date, inherit about £300, on the ex pectation of which he could borrow enough .to reimburse the shire Judge Eagleson ordered Posney to be set free on his entering into a bond (1) To repay the whole . of the money within/two months. (2) To abstain from all intoxicating liquor for the remainder of his life. (3) To abstain from gambling dur ing the. remainder of his. life. Cj.) TO be. of good behavior during the remainder of his life. Posney was ordered to find one surety of £ ico. and to give his own recognisance of £100 to o...

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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, MAR. 3, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

KYNETON, TUESDAY, MAR. :5, 10It The Back Page.-On the back page will be found some interesting items', including an account» of a proposal brought forth in Sydney to honor the memory of Caroline Chisholm, the friend of the early Australiaiv immi grant, by erecting a statue in Sydney. Mrs Chisholnvs residence in Kyneton in 1856 gives this proposal a strong interest locally. Among other items of interest are,A Heartless Hoax, Dr. aixicnn-'ii-Storj.-.:_Stflelicrh ts; o«-^lv.aii3T fal! and Crop Returns. Carbolic Coun-: try, Tlie Newspaper Press Director}', ctc.. etc. Blackberry Picking.-"As plentiful, as blackberries" is: a proverb, that is justified this season in the. Frnhill.dis-' trict, where blackberries are unusually plentiful. On Wednesday and Satur day afternoons streams of busy, pick ers drive out from Kyneton and-dis trict to gather the fruit for jam mak ing,, and few .come home laden with less than 20U). Two. local gentlemen drove out to Mr. /Thrum's the other morning, and' r...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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MISS PAULINE BINDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

.MISS PAULINE BINDLEY. This favorite Bendigo artist, whc is ;well*>k:i^\v!ii.in Kyneton, js. seciu' rg g'ol'den''opni?oris in New Zealand. 1 'he newspapers . state: that the Paul Du fault .tour is a gold-minc for artist nd manager;- crowded houses . -e very^ where. " v ^ - - v Ofx Miss Bindley ^the ** "Southland Times" writes on January 2: '"Miss Bindley "possesses; a remarkably fine soprano ,' voice, and . a"* temperament that enables' her to use -it' to"the very best effect. Her first song was 'Caro Nome- from 'Rigoletto'- (Verdi), and her wonderful range was here made. rnanifest.r;-In recognition of: the ova-: £ion accorded her she sang 'Dreams' (Warner), and was again loudly ap plauded." " The "Dominion" . of . -February. .14 wrote: "Miss Pauline Bindley, a .tal ented "soprano with a future, revels in, florid 'music. She sang: the 'Folic ;Folie' aria: from :'La -Traviata;?- with; no-apparent effort-, covering; the diffi cult passages with ease, and a certain measure of finish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

/ " ' Educational," ? ] jf; |ied Ladies' College CONVENT 0"7 MERCY, KYSETON. PUPILS SUCCESSES in 1012. . ,v In February two" cc-molclcd -Junior TRdbhc. '? December four .passed Junior PnfiK^ ; two obtained jysoups. A total of 58 passes was-obl nined. with 10' distinctions. One'passed Sc r.-or Fubhc : two rnatiicu\?.ted. Pupils aro received for Pip.noforte. Singin;.-. Violin. Mandoline. Harmcny " Shorthand. Tv';e-writing. Bookkeeping Drawinq. Painting, and Physical "Cul ture. FIRST Trux. --February'-. Terms on Annlicaticn ,to THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. FICTION. FASHIONS. .ME CHANICS. TKEATRELAND. LATEST MAGAZINES, FROM AMERICA JUST TO HAND. Including: THE GREEN' BOOK. THE BLUE BOOK IIS \V *STGHY MAGAZINE EVERYBODY'^ MAGAZINE i" ALL-STGSY.Hr t,.rv.:' tirif Af . COSMOPOLITAN , ' SMART SET SMITH'S MAGAZINE.. McLURE'S. THE ARGOSY. MUiTGEY. ' . .. CAVALIEP. - TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. POPULAR MECHANICS. KAiLRO/ D -no CURRENT ME CHANICS. AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S "Of,IE COMPANION LADIES' WORLD WOMAN'S I....

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS Farm Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

OENDI GO ? MARKETS -Farm Proclucc.- , Fev. 28. i-Tay, oaten sheaves,' £:: per.:ton;-wheaten, £2 per ton; wheat. 3/6 per . bush. ; oats, 1/8; straw, 25/ per ton; ilour. £8/10/; bran, £5; pollard,,::£5;: . Gape barley. 2/3 per bushel;new potatoes, .\Carmens, £4. .15/,, to???.;£s;*.spcr.;fon; Pinkeyes, £4/5/ to ;,-£4/io^;>iiew. onions, Srown Span ish; ,£8/xo/',lp.,-."£9 .per Ion. Dairy,jaiid'Garden Produce. Feb. 2&. y-7j'Factory butter, prints, 1/oj" to r'Jz per lb.; do. lumps, f/o$ to )i/.l-V ;-;scqonds,gd. to1 g£d; dairy but-o ter'.'prinie, iod. 'to ird.;, medium," Sd. to gd.; butter, heated lots, down to ;d. per lb.; eggs, fresh, 1/ to m/o$ per dozen; preserved, iod. to 11 d ; newr: cheese; 6d. .tb :6i'd. - per lb.: ma-, tared, ?d. to 8d. , per lb.;r hams, iod. to n/; ? bacon, v7d. : to ? 9d. j; --honey, 3'd.; .. beeswax,:: 1 /1 : to 1/3. Poultry -Heavy weight .gobblers, . .25/.- ;to 35/ per pair; light, 16/ to 22/6; liens, 8/6-to 12/6; poults. 10/ to 15/; geese, 5/ t...

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MINING. MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

MINING: ' ? 1 ? - ? » MANAGERS' REPORTS. Easter Monday, Blackwood, 27th. 365ft. level: South oft cast crosscut to Soft.. 2ft. of ; mixture. 265ft. - level: North . of.,No.-"i rise to ^Sft.;. started stoping. Battery running one shift. . Hanover, Drummond North, 26th. Good progress erection new, plant. Premier, Tylden. 2SU1.-180ft. level to" 60ft.; stone ift., showing good gold going tmderfoot. : North drive, extended 16ft.; 2ft. crushing material, low value. Stope -going north, show ing good patches.' Stope going south, same appearance and value. 100 tons crushing material at grass. . .~ New Sultan, Blackwood. 26th. - Winze from No. 3 level clown 25ft.; reef I2in" pa}rable stone; suspended sinking: now rising from No. 4 rise up 22ft.; reef Sin., now showing gold, barely payable. 200ft.level: Extend ing north main level through break to intersect-north shoot of gold. New Galatea-Energetic, Malmsbury. 27th.--Shaft to 192ft. Drive to 56ft. Put up No 1 bore 33ft. from shaft. Went throug...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 3 March 1914

ELPH33SFSTONE. , . Apples for Export.-Miv Gv Flerri- ' ! irig, .ivun., is busy picking and packing ! export apples and sending to be ship pea abroad." Mr. Fleming hopes' for \ good pric.es, an <3 should receive them, j. especially as, there is a scarcity of ex-j J port apples in this and surrounding j I districts,?, it being an off year. Owing 4 to the dry season,' apples are. no? 1 nearly :so Targe as last year," although they will pro.babb'. .fetch' as .good.. prices. - [' Prime . Merino. .Wethers.-Messrs. j McRae Bro., of.. Breadalbanc '-Estate, sent away.-iast.. week to-the metropoli tan markets the, .three trucks of fat merino wethers, that were ; cancelled the "week before. .According to - the ' market .V reports , they realised the splendid price of 19/4.'per head. Any one that can hold his sheep and keep i up their condition -for a few months ?will get record prices for them, as all fat stock will be at a premium. ,. . "Chapman Trophy Competition. The fourth match...

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