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ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH Anniversary Entertainment [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

EN^ISH BAPixs^l mere was a luge at^j the anniversary anlettaitjl in the above chcrcb cq evening. The Rev.'{, j," sided iu his usual hs^ and after the opening '' prayer the sectary's" given by Mr R, Oatm-^: , the Sunday services v?are: ; and the masical portiou i3; : any ever presented, wbih i dren had acquitted .them", 1 well. Owing to removals j district the school attec bseo reduced, the memb. I now totalling 79, as compai( 1130 b tew years ago, 1 attendance was 60, and tb°$| | teachers, >o whom they nC.;.j best thanks tor *bcir tintici^J on behalf ot the young, } ceipts amounted lo £'.'!) V they finished up v.-iih a ance of about 2 3s. Ou Sc young people signed tht card for Jesus Christ, chairman said was a glorious" to do. 1 The tollowiug iuteredmj gramme was then carried ' item being loudly ap>,l Recitation—Violet; Williams;! —Bertha Hattara and Kmil?3 solo—Beryl Lahn ; reck Jubber ; recitation—E. solo—Elsie Peterson; Violet Morcom; action: derchief drill'—7 girls; . choi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XVIII. THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

CHAPTER XVIII. THE FIRE. "Where has that man gone, and for what purpose ?" The cabman raised his head, and hie haggard, dark eyes, from which the shrinking look of conscious guilt could never again be lost, met those! of the woman. It was the first time she had spo ken since the departure of the man who had lured her to the loft of the stable storehouse. She Bat where he had placed- her, silent and motionless, for nearly half an hour, with her hands clasped, and her aching brain vainly striving to discover one rav of hope through the. intense darkness of her desperate situation. The indirect assurance that had been given her when entering this place had been : driven from her mind by the appa- j rent hideous treachery of the giver, j For the first quarter of an hour the I murderer of Paul Gruber had remain- ' ed- standing, closely watching his j charge from under his drooping lids, i Fifteen hours had passed since his j crime was committed, and in looks he 'had aged as many years. T...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) WHO KILLED PAUL GRUBER? A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. PART NINE. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) # WHO KILLED « PAUL GRUBER ? ——.— A THRILLING NICK CARTER OETECTIVE STORY. By, the Author of "A Bold Game," "Caught in Their Own Trap," etc. PART NINE. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) Megline gave vent to a loud laugh of derision. "Pretty good, me covey," he re torted, with ominous assurance ; "but it won't go down with me. Like as not you can put up that game agin the perlice, but not agin me, mate, not agin me." "We presently shall see who can play the strongest game, my man," said" Elgin, subduing, with an effort, the passion that was swelling hot •within him. "Sit down there. Sit down and let's know what brings you here. Oh, you needn't look about. We are quite alone here." The seaman, whose low assurance seemed boundless, indulged in-a min gled laugh and growl of derisive sat isfaction. At Elgin's command he fiad dropped into a chair by the large table in the main office, and how eat glaring up with a leer at the young man's frowning eyes and stern fea tures. ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

- ^tSrffS&SSlittL ,mr jonciER j LnS« FARMiH 1; from i'50 to £2000 at, ':;S '/per ceut Interest „ .-,;r ccnf. ':r> rcdustion of prin :V'', p''vi off the loan in 27£ years, l-'.^prifj on Freeholds o$ Crown c.nid be made freehold j..:j-QiL-ut of tbc balance of Ccs«rire l0r ^05:iSaSe Deed ' be oifaE'/ half-yearly ' pay io •"> fmall char go if paid off 3 re years, but no penalty obtained at any Bjanob of riZtAifhgs Bark, or by writing to fhs Inspector-General j State Savings Bank jiUzibeth St, Melbourne j

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

FOR SALE—Good. Cow. heavy milker, calve in few days ; also Alfa Lave! Separator—cheap. For paiticulars apply i this office or E. Spiers, Muckleford. . wanted, Exchange Hotel, aow being Renovated. H C APABLE WOMAN take over on lease ' —Dining Room aua Seven Bedrooms —four permanent boarders guaranteed. No ingoing and no rent, providing refer ences are satisfactory. Fall particulars Arthur Gosbell, Exchange Hotel. St Brigid's New School Hal?,. TUESDAY, OCT. 3. Mrs D'Arcy's Social In aid of Building Fund, consisting of Euchre Party and Dance. Good Music. Set Supper. Moonlight Admission 2s TOMATO y PLANTS, FOR SALE—Several varieties, well hardoned, 9d per dozen. Also a I quantity of Grange Trees in tins, cheap, i I te cleai — home evenings, Hy. Baldock, East Maldon Now is the Time tc get your House Painted. go to F. J; SMITH, S PAItvTBK i; HOUSE DECORATOR KORTH MALDON Orders Promptly Executed. Good i Workmanship Guaranteed f. Country Work specially attended t© i i i Temperance Hall, Mal...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

Miss Wilson, F-uiterer .Confectioner High Street. Maldon •Fresh Frnif always in stock. None - but beet Confectionery kept HOT PIES, Tea and Ouffee at all hours. Under New Management, :^ THE POfULAR Kangaroo Hotel Thos: O'GRADY (LatO of Fairfield) Wishes to anaocwce to the pubiic of Maidon and sur.rounding districts that he has takan over the above well known aacf long-established i Hotel, and frusie by civility, com bined -with cleanliness and strict ( attention to buainass, ito merit a Share of patronage; "Nothing: but the best Ixrands of spirits wines and liquors kept in stock, . Splendid accommodation and .meals for travellers acai visitors r-ree Stabling £'hone 2>?o. 5 j 1., A. EDHOUSE : ruiterer and Confectioner, Comer Reef and Temple toa-sts.. KNOUN'CES that he has a good ' Collection of •2TrL.it, Confectionery and Summer Drinks o£ all kin^B at wholesale Rates. Agent for Bendigo Ice, ^.gentfor JohnBrunaings famous Fruit Trees. Every tree guaranteed true to Be'also wishes to...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

/ rv * . ■ ■ ■ ■ * , .... r.,*?". mm'uMENfr^^ works fiEAHAM ST./ CASTLEMAINE I , n, Al yarbk- ani G-raiiii€\ Mounments - M -'Of ail l>w > v.i $ felon s-^ Si J v» y-9 Vi *1 « *8 ? o c k; ,. • - ■ ' Lettering a?Vd Gauerai Repairs Cor.' vfpoMd&iice promptly aiteiii'cJ »<v Phone 2fo,'93. : h: jL /: Fodder Seeds, Smith's Seeds are sold on honor TRY THEM Vsi'e Cor quotations 'fo^eeAa, delivered at yoar. na.\ten Kit! way -Soatioa," below tie^W'inccs ,r : Best Imported Dwarf Essex lUpe, Huater River and other leading varieties <)£ . i-m?°"sorghuras,' Millets, Turnips, the wonderful .new folder Plant Silver Baef, AlvW foitb'Vfaa ius strains ot field Carrot' and Champion Aaogel. State approximately Kitiiired. • ■ ; ■ • •• . ; ' • .. '. . s~" * Catalogues free. - Melbourne Address—Box 168 G .P.O. GF,0. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, BaUarafc. Est.1868 a sow SHOWING S.1 I he Leading Drapers In all Departments Goods Imported Direct. Inspection Invited. I ates...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Welshman's [?] Reef. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

Welshman's I ? A very enjoyable soi evening was held in the schoolioi Moo day evening last in a. Id °f patriotic fund, A eacbi "e tourna ment played proved very i. Qteresting the gent's prize being 770c 1 by Mr Pedler, with Mr Jes Rewell second ; Mrs Jones agaic \ von the lady's prize, and A3 iss E,. Ti lit was second, There appears to be every jp. rospect of a profitable bee industry being established in this district.. I^ast week a Mr Cottman, who liai.'s from tha I,ake Tyers district, in G. ipps land, arrived here with 54 hiva. s of bejs, and is of the opinion thar- the ( district is in eveiy way suitable, for the establishment of an apiary, ..and he also left another 50 hives-' in Newstead. These bees were ero. u veyed over 300 miles by rail, an d were dragged over mountains i.'n sledges as well, and were removet 1 from Newstead to Welshman's Reel by Merrett Bros.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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District News. TARRANGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

District Xemt* TAKHAKGOvVKR. I After 3 fortnight of close sultry weather, s change occurred on Thursday alg^ifc when s'eady rain set in, and continued incessantly until midday on Sa'urday, 370 points being recc/ded. Further rain fell on Satin day night and at Intervals throughout Sunday, another SO points h ,eing registered, making a total of 5\ S inches for the three daye, Shov»et V weather still prevails.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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BILLIARDS [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

-1 B.L1.I&BDS j . Thevfollowingisvho draw and iianuicnps bf'march i.n cjniiection wl i> tournament, 'at^itlii^iaeuin ; 1st prize cue and ..-a.se ;2nd>3'ro!>liy value 10s 6ti, anii restiH of gainer, wyed to date :— Gowiin,-, .5 beat Somer 10 blid—200 to 105 -^nrori 15 on beat Seedsman 20-200 to 144 'Fianzi 30 on boat Allan 10 on—200 to 1<)3 MahkiVell J '•> on beat Woodward 20 bhd— • • V !»00 to 198 Falamy 10 on hi^at M'Beath 75—200 to 102 -lleeson 20 on beat H Uren 60 - 200 to IS7 Jubber GO bhd beat Blackmore 15 on— 200 to] 73 Hatty BO on beat Baxter 60 on-~200 to 3 68 } Lahn 15 on beat Cooper 10 bhd- 200 to 16:2 JDabb scr boat A Grigg scr—200 to ISO G Rovoll 25 on beat Brvant 10 bhd — 'JOQ to 163 Apperlv 30 on beat Elliott lO—'JOO to 194 'f'ollitt 10 bhd beat Spencer 15—200 to 196 W liev/cll 20 beat Jenkins 20—200 to 192 Calder scr beat Duncan 15 on—200 to 199 Woodlock 35 boat Hodge .15—200 to 1-18 Second Eound Heron beat Reeson—200 to 163 Lahn beat f?...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Price of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

Price of Milk. Sir,—Is it not time the local milk sup pliers reduced" the priGe of milk from 6d per quart? This price 1>as been in force sines the drought year, when cow fefcd was three to four times the present price and little or no naturaLgrass feed avail able, II 6d per quart -was sufficient then, and I have no doubt it was, then 4d per quart Is ample bow, The dairymen of Gippsland are supplying the Melbourne distributers at Irom 8d to Is per gallon. I presume the same prices from our country dairymen would apply in MaMon. If so, our local distributers aro making 'at pres ent the handsome profit of lOu per cent, ' and this is all out of proportion with profits in other trades. Tiustijg some j abler pen will take this up and fipht until i prices are reJuced to a fair market value j ' p«.yourfl ote, ' t/0>9uMKU *

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

Ml .v 5.3 ^ 'N;'P ; ■ Oswald's Go'd Mines—N. British mine—500ft !e?el south slope, breaking stone 6ft wide, worth from 5 to 6dwts ; 500ft level—north stope breaking yo-a 5ft wide, worth. 5 dwts per tr-- ; lOOOfl le el—Sloping on stone 6rt wide, worth 15dwts per ton ; 1000ft level—driven south to 695ft, xcut enst. from end 18ft, all blue in end; 1450ft level —driven nortu 823ft, few more leaders com lag in again. Iadc-pendent mine— At 700tt le^el rise up 25ffc and stopped ; xcut west 22ft, Jew leaders making in end. Yields—Battery 405 tons crushed for 164ozs 13d w's, cyanide, 720 tons treated for 86ozs ldwt,

Publication Title: Maldon News
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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

RATI - WAY MAN IFES1\ '. \ the local raiiway statiou-co-day: Cook, Srvlurlrnv, Young; Br'yaar., I3 u '/ D'.vi'-s ICnigJif, Kin* ro.j-5, XJabb. Debrey, E-.rl, Tudor, Moore, Newton, Oswald,' R"arrop, Haybitte], Prim?, Roberts.' for.—7 Dabb, Seedlj.maUy Uren, y, /iiisgrave, t'alder, — Phillips, , Trengove,

Publication Title: Maldon News
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CORRESPONDENCE. A suggestion. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

CORRESPONDENCE, \ t, ;j A suggestion. j 7V) the Editor Ser,— Ifciias occurred to cie that with Xmas-coming on it would be a . kludlv thing" io show out local sol- ; diersbowwe remember them, Of course each man has-his own little ]ot" of friends from vyhom he hears rfsgalarly, but there is many a Mai-; do# man in camp or at thefront to whom mcny of us \vc<a!d write a letter cr send a post card at Xwas' ;if we had his addre? s. 1 always, Iremetsber V7bat young- Sill Barber jwroiefome once; h,w said., "A 'letter or a J oca I paper vtv.s as good as a feed." How would' pho'»o or a little bit of local gossip* on e post card be appreciated by a ,maa like Steve Hoskingor any of cft'-ir \R£aI don boys ? To help this idea throu: :X am having an nddress book p!a cu?d at.lhe Red Cross rooms, and the a *£dress or any soldier left there will bt i<antered up and indexed, so that if anyone wants to write to any particn tSar sot [ dier his address may alwt <9^ ;be | ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

'REMEMBER WHESM YOU GET . YOU GET HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well knov.n throughout Western Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde Street, Nib. Perth, send; this letter : 41 I have spent many years in iny profession as a nurse, both here and in Victoria. I have nursed the sick of ali descriptions, and some have been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient' when thoroughly run down or to keep them from getting low and prostrated. From years of experience and close observation 1 can say I know of no medicine as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a. nerve food and appetising h medicine, creating a desire |j for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON." s f\ No truer letter was overwritten toivomtn than | thk one, proving thehealthfnl properties of gi ibis remarkable medicine. Where the nervous P; system is shattered throujji exhaustive studies, jj. fever, wasti...

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Maldon News THE Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT, 29 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

Published Twice-a-Week. " PIDKM SERVO. bkay hvzyrixo, sept, so hkribers to the " Maldon '<%: are reminded that sub :;'ptioDs for the quarter ending lumber oOrh. are now due, and :kld be paid to Mr M. Dunkin, :■ sgent. New subscribers :;uM enrol now, and one and all bsli support their local paper, ;:er,itba3 th3 largest guaran irf circulation in the -district, •its cheapest and best advertis rgnedaim to attract business. ; frays make it your aim to converse La cl>cotn\l siui comforting way ::t!ielis'€',«-rs si;.-h ami disperse Lf you've nothing but sadthiDge to say, iyoar words be convincing and clear, •id I our purpose b= peacehil and pure; irinier's wiid weather Is here, faion Woods' Great Peppermint i'.ire, i &fifth social . of the series Me place in St. Brigid's so'hall on Tuesday Oct -3rd, "ffthe management of Mrs -cy. and promises, to be a very •Sisful and enjoyable one. latest dance music will fee on this occasion by the •^niains orchestra, the ifrs being...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

I I ^— i death. 0n Hie l>'th August, killed in .'n in France, Private Joseph R. son or Eliza and the late Geo i| -!'j' toved brother of J.T, F.T., G.T. "llail"!'. A.T- and C.T. (on active ant] lovei brother of Minnie, v-'!j Vc'uby. Edith. Colin and Wilton - ''■Hi years' ..jfcj} anJ your country need you.' "*t? aufwercd to the call, . I,t ,i fjie rmei looman to conqueror' ro fall; , : .-rrfhed away 50 "rayely, his young repd proudly held, I trc'mps never faltered, his courage ?|' never faik-d; tt {fee field cf bailie he calmly took ; jfj place, ' j i and died for Britain and the ; ' " Worofher race. ! ji y.;nl Ly i:i? sorrowing mother Si 3-d H>iers. " ! | Gastleinaine, late of llaldon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

) Notice—If yon -want up-to-date paporhangings, also mixed paints oils, varnish, Venetian blind corda, ladder tape, «&e,, why not goto G, PULLAN, High Street, Maldon (next Miss Wilson), whose special trade it! is {o supply yon at Melbourne j prices— 1

Publication Title: Maldon News
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WAR TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

WAR TAXATION. The methods of taxation and the estimated amount to be raised are as follows; — Entertainment tax (say half-year) ^i;ooo,ooo. War time profits tax for 1915-16, £1,000,000. War time profits tax for 1916-17, .£2,000,000. Twenty-five per cent increase in come tax, ^li000,000i I,evy on we.alih for Repatriation Funds (first of three yearly instal ments), ^3,333,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 September 1916

The Result oC Measles—Sera; Cole! and Acnt<3 lironchisi; Caned by .Dr Sheliiou;= New Discovery, ily son Gordon, was suffering . twelve months with a very s-verj c-j[ i,; acute Broncbiti'3, which aap-.-rwsfJ J. ail attack o£ measles, writes Mr i. liroakspear, 86 Go*vrie-$tK,!>, .K.v,: N-S.W* We triedseveral owheints did not improve his condition, aii-.l very much afraid that the cbroni: tioi with his Jungs would turn to cons-~;" Fortunately we had tried Dr Sle'ibs'il Pills with very good results i: ^ kidney trouble in a member of r.:y t~ and as they wore so good wede.-W-. i 'J J Dr Sheldon's New Discovery a trl.i' case c£ Gordon. We did so and piiaed and delighted to iiud that !■■;cj menced to improve almost inime ii -t the dry coughiog, whwfo most of the night complete!)- left Lix,; in a fortnight after commoiicin;: w::ii >' Discovery he was completely caroJ. 1 honestly roeommend this wonderful cine to anyone suffering 55 h; Sheldon's New Discovery is soli ■■'•'=' 3...

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