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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

^ /law afternoon the annual SlfgiCt- Nnggel'? wffl be paddock opposite 8 collar's residence, and S' ;.#ho«lte»ls is guaranteed T-ini- Duiingthe after Gramma of about IS events ,a ^ Ln tucr of-war and foot :wC /splendid tea will be pro i,i The price of Picojc tickets [■"Ji..|k is, children 6d, In the C dance «U1 be held In Mr ?s barn, tor which the admis a ; U_Geut3 .is, ladies free. The kJ - n-ill be devoted to the V-rfnnd. Ray's cabs will Lie Bank Corner during the ; toon and evening to suit the [•jenlence °f Maldon people. s ceries of conferences dur -tue past few months, between ■ —yoral representatives ct the j :4"iaD Chamber ot Mines and "cy E Am regarding the future f^'conditions of the mining :«try vrithiu the State, Messrs C jVa«on and J. Sternberg, for •■iVmer and Messrs T, M, Jude ^T. Hicks, acting oa behalf of 'miners, were deputed to confer "•3 the view to arriving at finality, conditions of the agreement V-ly for three years from the ■([November next. Both sides ,kagree...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

LFST Flat Uoll Bracelet, 3 rubies and 3 pearls, chain attachedj between railway station and Uigh-st; reward Apply this office; intercession sendees lu connection with the WAR will be bel<l WEEKLY on Tues day Evenings aB follows — Congregational Church Oct 17—Rev Thos Beeson English Baptist Church Oct 24—Rev W, Rule Jones Francis-st Baptist Church—Occ 31 —Rev Geo King Methodist Church Nov 7—Rav J. Pryce Congregational Cbuxcji,, Maldon. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY will bo held on Sunday, November 5.1 Proacher—Rkv. R. Ambrose Roberts J (.Chairman of the Congregational Union of Victoria) Concert on Wednesday following. Temperance Hall, Maldon. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11th Last of a Series of Popular . SOCIAL DANCES And Euchre Tournaments Profits divided between Maldon Hos pital and Red Cross Society. Good Musi<\ 'Refreshments. Tickets 2s Ladies of district asked to provide Mrs ,T. Gaynor, President. S. Walker Treas, C ->ENJtras, Secretary MARYBOROUGH AgricuXtural Socie...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

Malclon Stare Council, The ordinary meeting was held yesterday. Presetu—Lrs Bell (pie sident), Hutton, Davies, Bryant, Pieece, - Sharp, Fogarty Bowen and Mullins. Accouuts amounting to -£291 lis 2d were passed for payment, also ,624 15s 9d for Country Roads Board work, •Correspondence. From ex-counclllor J. M'I,ay, thanking councillors for letter of appreciation passed as last meet ing. From City of Bendlgo, asking for support of Cr D. Andrew as repre sentative on Country Fire Brigades Board—Agreed to, From W. Rowe, Walmer, asking permission to remove trees and ( scrub along frontage of his properly 1 where he proposes to erect new fence—Crs Fogarty and Davies | moved that application be granted, i and Crs Preece and Ryant an I amendment that it be deferred till | general business, On a vote being taken ? he motion was carried by 5 | yotes to 4, Crs Preece, Bowen, Hutton and Bryant voted against. From Jas Hokin, Ravenswood, a similar application along his front line of fence—Granted...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Maldon Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

Maldon Hospital * Tne monthly meeting was held last night. Pre3en?—Mesar3 Coochman (president), Walker, M'beafcb. Meyer,. West, Long, Somer, Richmond, Preece Rerderi, Williams and Rev'Jones. Reports. The medical officer reported that daring past - month 10 patents were admitted,S discharged, 2 died ; remain-, j iDg in hospital 6, operations 3, oat--; patients S with 24 attendances ; advised matron to go aWay for few days while work was slack. The matron reported that daily average for September wa3 7.1-1: and for qua-ter G.78 ; necessary repairs have been attended to, and nnrse's room up-stairs is still very wet ; complete set roller blinds has been fixed in Gray— M'Intyre ward, and donations were reooived from-' Mrs Gibson milk (daily) Misa Lewis, Me.-srs Rerden and Hibbert cream, Mrs Blackmore and Miss Low?a milk, Mr Moss case apples, Mrs Sweet ii g, D. O'Brien eggs, Mesdanies Hales and Rerden flowers. Accounts amounting to £148 19s lid were passed for payment. The treasurer repor...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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COMPULSORY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

compulsory service. This week has been a busy one in the Maldon district for the regis tration of eligible men for military seryice, ranging in age from 21 to 35 years. Iyieutenaut E, Davey, of ihe Bendigo camp, assistant military registrar, is in charne here, being assisted by Sergeant Major Holmes, Dr Gray, who has to be in attendance at the Shire Hal! from 9 a.m. till 4 p m 3 is conducting the examinations, and in consequence he could not a'tend to his patients netween those lours. The men called up were cheerful, and some good-humored banter passed be tween them, Up to 12 noon to day 69 presented themselves, 45 were passed as medically fit, 12 unfit, 12 doubtful, and 45 applied for exemp tion. Ih is stated that there are thousands who do not understand the requirements as to Conscription and they are asked to read the speeches of Mr Hnghes. The examination will be concluded here on Saturday, the time table being — Q, R 9 o'clock, S 10 o'clock, T 11 o'clock, IT, V, W % o'clock, X...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XX. CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

CHAPTER XX. CONCLUSION. Not often in the life of any . one j person, particularly of a woman, and in the heart of a well-governed city, will such a sequence of perilous ad ventures be crowded into the brief duration ol a few hours as had been suffered by. Edna Bardolph from early that Christmas Eve, when Nick Car ter first presented himself at her home, until the afternoon of the fol lowing day, when Bhe sat with him and Elgin in the library of the house on Riverside Drive, gravely discuss ing the circumstances out of which had grown the dangers now happily passed, and considering the 'ocst course to be purStTPii, After her rescue froni the burning storehouse, the three had come di rectly to her home, where the relief over her return was so great that, in deference to her wishes, an inquiry into what had happened was not im mediately pressed. A complete explanation was ulti mately made, however, some days later ; and Elgin, exonerated of any evil intent from the first, felt the bett...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

GOLF. A. men's single handicap of '8 holes and ladies single handicap, 9 holes, will be played on the local links on Saturdav, commencing at 2 o'clock.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) WHO KILLED PAUL GRUBER? A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. PART TEN.—CHAPTER XIX. THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

~? \r : (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) iwhotolled « paul cruber ? A THRILLING'KICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. By .the Author of "A Bold Game," "Caught in Their Own Trap," etc. PART TEN'.—CHAPTER XIX. THE RESCUE. The possibility that instantly ap pealed to him was like a spur driven deep into the sid'e of the cabman's violent frenzy. Assuming that his confederate still was faithful, the pre vention of Edna's escape by the means she evidently, was attempting,! and the effecting of his own ■ by "the same, might yet serve his desperate ends. - He crossed the loft like a madman. A glance revealed the situation. The sliding- door had been thrown wide wide open, and the wind upon that side of the building was fortunately b&aring away the rising smoke. In the narrow street far below was a confusion of moving people, a stead ily swelling rabble, a rushing to and fro of firemen and police, while from the whole crowd rose an indescri bnble tumult, mingled with the clat ter and rumble of approachi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

Presbyterian ladies3 Guild. &RA ND SPKINO FAIR To be held in the Temperance Hall, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, Afternoon and Evening, To be opened by HON. H. S. W. LAWSON, Attorney-General STALLS— Cake, Work, Sweets, Produce, Refreshments, Jellies and Ice Cream, Lemon Tree, Hoopla, Bobs Table COMPETITIONS— < Cream Puffs, Victoria Sandwich, Fruit and Plain Unkes— prizes 5s and 2s 6d j CONCERT in Evening—Splendid! Programme, j Admission Sd, children oyer 10,3d Ke'<! over—Report ot anniver sary concert of Baptist Church and orlier items Th->--p filling Xraas boies for , ilie fr nt araasked-to leave same at local Red Cross rooms not later than Tuesday next. At the request 01 the Prima Minister (ili Hnghos) a public meeting, is being convened by Cr T. Bell (sliire president) in favor of the conscription campaign. The meeting will take place aext Tuesday night, 111 the Temperance Hall, but the name of the speaker has not yet been received. 100 sheets are now r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

JLVXlSCi T W XXrJ F > uiterer Gontdetioner High Street, Maldon ffrech fruit slwaye in stock. None <"i—t^iinnfirv kept; Under Hew Management, PHE POPULAR Kangaroo Hotel Thos. O'GRADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to annonoce to the public of Maldon aud surrounding districts that he has taken over the above well known and long-established Hotel, and trusts by civility, com bined with cleanliness and strict attention to baainess, to merit a Share of patronage. Nothing but the best brands of spirits wines and liquors kept In stock, . Splendid accommodation and meals for travellers aDd visitors Free btabling Phone No. o i. A. EDHOUSE Fruiterer and Confectioner, ©orner Reef and Templeton-sts, \ N NOUN CBS that he has a good -TJl Collection of Fruit» Confectionery and Snmmer Drinks of all kinds at wholesale .Rates. Agent for Bendigo Ice. Agent for JohnBrunBings famous Fruit 3.'reee. Every tree guaranteed true to asnie He also wishes to announce tha he is e «ash buyer of rabbit a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

. ~-S. '•> %JW ®:, JBS. f^e £t. :ol . :;t(®D'Aii3S--t'A4J WORKS G^ATlA;M",S!r, .C A .ST J,EM Al-^3S« 3Jarbie ani GransJcc_ Monuments . 0£ ?)T11 De^oripbions. :;jl-.vaj3-ia' Slock;: , * Lctteriag' and l&aneral Repairs : Correspoadence prompt'y • attended'- to.- Pbo.jte l^To, 93. r'T • Fodder Seeds. ' giiiifli's Seeds are sold on honor TRY THEM Write- £or qaatf.lians fo_:eel?, iteUvurud at. youv ivj.uaat Kvilway.; SiiUSo.i, below £elW;r>.' i rices ' {'.eat I a] ported/Dwarf ;;Es3Ci Rape, Hunter' lliver and other leading 'varieties of Lac«a?. Sorghums, Millets,.- Turnips, the .wonllerful new-folder "Plant Silver Baet, an:l Smith's ^aaiousstrains oi Field Oanot and- Champion Mangel. - State approximately {.Inciitie?reqaired. 1 ' - - - : ■■■r Catalogues free. • Melbourne Address—Box 1G8 G-.P.O. GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Bal.Iarat.'■ Est. 1868, . 1 he Leading Drapers la all Departments Goods imported Direct. Insjiection Invited. Latest Novelties in all Department?...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

in Memommt x-Ia !o''i"S siietnorv of my dear j % sad °*™bl0,!be* William who aisd October, ? 1807. j ","5ttacHfic dear departed j '^ori'd fifo where storms are o'er •' j. jyrrierland we have left him ' to meet to part aomore. ' ! tf'i3 world of changes, I if'p'ieYosd tWs world of care, our n-issing loved one ! Father's mansion fair, w's swr°wing molher, '

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THE Maldon Hems Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO," FRIDAY EVENING, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 6 October 1916

-==«!> X H s K Halton isiuli: Published Ttvlce-a-Week. leV " yirnjit SERVO," FRIDA Y UV£-m.\G, OCT. He;' The fifth social in tha. R,( school hall, under the ment of Mrs D'Arcy, was hell Tuesday evening last, and usual attracted a largo assemble] fully 90 couples being presed including the Sev. Kat( O'Reilly and a large number visitors from Castlemaine J surrounding districts. Everyt^ passed off most success!"., all details being well atteuded t| The floor was again in good ord| for dancing, and under the _ ance of Mr P. Fitzpa trick as Mi] and the best of music supplied: Messrs R. M'Elhinney (piano! T. Code (violin), CampbJ (cornet), and Muirhead (eup'no-l ium"), everything went well, patrons thoroughly enjoyedthea selves. A large number players took part in the euchrl tournament, the prizes being^1 as follows;—Lady's (pair site mounted salt cellars, inl't of D'Arcy) won by Miss Burke, visitor to the town, while Mr A Salamy won the gent s prize (sii handkerchief) gift ofMiss Gall...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 October 1916

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. When cooking turnips add a tea spoonful of white sugar to the water. This greatly improves their flavour. Add.a little drop of salad oil to mustard when it is being made. Not only will it improve the taste, but it will keep it fresh for days. To prevent eggs from bursting while boiling, prick one end with a needle before placing in the water. This makes an outlet for the air, and keeps the shell from cracking. If your range has a slide in the top, keep this open, except when you are using the oven or want the water to heat quickly. If the slide is closed the coal soon burns away. The * best way to wash lace is to squeeze it first in hot water, then in cold. To stiffen dip it in milk. It should be pressed on a well-padded board, on the wrong side, with a fairly hot iron. Add an equal quantity of boiling water when pouring' hot fat into a basin. This will make any pieces of meat and gristle in the fat sink to the bottom, and the dripping, when ■ cool, will be beautifu...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAVOURY POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 October 1916

SAVOURY POTATOES. Required : One pound of cooked po tatoes, 2ozb. of grated cheese, loz. of butter, one egg, one onion, some breadcrumbs, salt and pepper to taste. Rub the potatoes through a sieve or colander into a basin ; peel the onion, and place it in another basin with salt, pepper, and a pinch of carbonate of soda,, also some par sley. Pour boiling water over, and let it stand for ten minutes ; then chop onion, etc., very finely, add to the potatoes, and mix in butter, •grated cheese, salt, and pepper. Bind the whole with beaten egg ; put the mixture in a greased pie-dish, cover the top with breadcrumbs and a few bits of butter. Bake for ten minutes or until browned. I find it better to parboil the onion, as hot water does not cook it sufficiently.

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CROQUETS OF HARICOT BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 October 1916

CROQUETS OF HARICOT BEANS. Soak a quart of small white hari cot beans in tepid water for twelve hours, then drain, and put them in a stewpan with fresh water, and boil them gently for an hour or so. Drain them again, and put them into fresh boiling water. Cook them for an other hour. Drain them once more, and press them through a sieve or colander. This done, put the puree in a stewpan with four ounces of but- j tcr, or substitute, two tablespoon- j fuls of white vinegar ; pepper and! salt to taste. Mix well, and stir over the fire for a few minutes. When ] cookcd, shape into balls, or cubes. Dip them into well-beaten egg, roll them in fine breadcrumbs, and fry in the usual way in hot fat. When browned on both sides, drain on pa per before serving. Be careful when turning the balls or cubes not to break them. Balls are the more easi ly cooked. Served with fried parsley this.is a delicious no-meat dish.

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Ladies' Column. AN ORIGINAL PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 October 1916

Ladies' Column. ♦-—— AN ORIGINAL PUDDING. With e^ht ounces of flour, mix a j I teaspoonful of baking powder, two I I ounces of butter, or substitute, and , one ounce of grated cheese. Moisten J to form a paste. Roll it out, and j j line a pudding basin with it. Have j | ready some butter-beans which were soaked all night, then boiled until J tender, putting a little dripping in the water. An hour should be long 1 enough to cook them ; slip the beans j from their skins, add a minced onion J and the pulp of a tomato. Season to taste, and mix in an ounce of but ter. Cut into bits and roll in flour ; use enough of the beanwater to moisten. Put the beans, etc., into the basin, cover and steam for two hours, or longer. The cheese may be omitted, but it adds both nutriment and flavour.

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About the Navy. THE SURE SHIELD OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 October 1916

About the Navy. THE SURE' SHIELD OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. What is the Navy doing ? is the question one constantly hears. Here is a fact, apart from Admiral Beat ty's great achievement off Jutland, which will help you to realise how it is guarding England's coasts and keeping clear the seas. During twenty months of war, 21,000 merchant vessels have passed a certain patrolled East Coast area, and of all that number only three have come to grief. Thousands of .mines have been swept up, . Half the vessels engaged on this work are craft that in peace times go a-fishing or do ■ a coastal trade. There are very few blue jackets among their crews, the great er number of the ships being manned solely by the brave fellows of the merchant service, the fisheries, and the coast trade. The huge 15in. and 13.5 guns with which our latest type of battleships are equipped are handled by our naval men almost as quickly and easily as would be a revolver, although the 13.5 lires a monster shell of 1,250 po...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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District News, TARRANGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 October 1916

i District News, ? Tarrangower | The annual picnic in connection j with the local state school was held oti Wednesday tmdef vei.'j* favorable conditions for out door sports, but despite the rain, ?. good muster of parents PirJ. friends were in attendance and a pleasant time spent. The children's races were Min off first, and at their conclusion, I each v/as P0SSe3S0r 3 { 1 prized Ao .,aterestJng programme of sports for the .^ults was then proceeded with, the p*'zeS being ni verv fine collection of trC.0'15-63 Pre_ seated by the following : —Messrs Dabb & Co., T. Brooks, Uren Br'CS, M'Farlane Bros,, Allen Bros,, J. Trengove, J, I^aity H, James, M, Dunkin, I. Roberts, F. Hodge and Miss Coleman of iialdons The following were the winners—Mar ried I^adies Race—Mrs R. Shinoer 1st, M.ia M'Connell 2nd ; Single Ladies Race—Miss gillie 1st, Miss Krake 2nd; steppidg a chaia—Miss Yeaman ; Ladles driving competi tion ^iss Krake 1st, Miss Burchell 2nd ; nail driving—Mrs G. Whlt lock 1st, ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Nitric Acid from Air. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 October 1916

Nitric Acid from Air. All the explosives used in w»r are | formed from such apparently harm- j less bodies as cotton, glycerine, and j tar products, by treating them with j nitric acid, the strength of which has to be maintained by admixture with , sulphuric acid. Until quite lately'the nitric acid essential for the produc tion of the explosives now in use could be made only by distilling such j nitrates as those of potassium and i sodium with sulphuric acid, and if j we had still been dependent on this j source,, all the Powers engaged in the European War would" have been stale mated by want of explosives, so enor mous has been the amount of acid used. During the last few years, how- j ever, methods have been discovered for making nitric acid from the air, and at the present time, wherever cheap water-power can be obtained for the generating of electricity, the acid is being produced in sufficient; quantities to make up the necessary , amount.

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