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LINTIL CUTLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 31 October 1916
LINTIL CUTLETS. Four ounccs ol lentils, a few bread crumbs, some potatoes, and a little dripping for frying. Wash the lentils well and boil until tender. Strain and put them in a bowl, add suffi cient breadcrumbs and mashed pota to to make a stiff paste. Season with pepper and salt, and shape into cutlets ; dip them in egg and bread crumbs, and fry until brown on both sides. Drain on soft paper, and serve : on a hot dish. A few minced pickled ; gherkins or other pickle make a nice j relish.
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 31 October 1916
BiLLI A.RDS. The following is the draw and handicaps of match in connection with tournament, at Athenaeum 200 ; 1st prize trophy value 42s, 2nd trophy value 21s,' 3rd trophy value 10a Gd, and result of games played to date. Caudry 45 on beat T. Baxter 250bhd—200 to 122 . . Jubber 50bhd beat Lawn 35 ou—200 to 131 Woodward scr beat Trengove 40 on—200 to 163 Lahn 15 on beat Duncan 35 on—200 to 138 W, Heron 20 on.beat :W Uren 30 on—200 .to 198 .... Spencer 25 on beat II Uren 50—200 to 142 . Batty 35 on beat \V. Rewell 30' on 200 to 125 ' H. Huish 15' on beat S Blackmore 15 on — -200 to 185 i Franzi 20 on beat Smith 60 on-200 to 174 Apperlv ecr beat J Blackmore lObhd—200 to 185 J Heron 20 on beat M'Farlarie 15 on—200 to 188 A Griprg 20. on beat G Rewell 20 on-200 -- to 177 ■ R Baxter 60 on y Cooper scr M'Beath 70 on v Hodge 30 on Somer 15 on v Martyr 30 on F orbes 35 on v Calder 15 on Cauley 40 on v Tollitt scr: /: Button 35 v Couchman 35 - ,v. Bryant scr v Preece 35 Chisholm 15 on v Don...
Ladies' Column. HARICOT BEANS AND ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 31 October 1916
Ladies' Column. « HARICOT BEANS AND ONIONS. Steep one pound of haricot beans ' in cold water for twenty-four hoars. | [ Put them in a stewpan with two j quarts of water, and simmer gently for about two hours. Drain ofl_ the | water carefully. Hare ready a fry-' j ing-pan with two'ounces of hot drip ping and. two sliced onions. Fry the ' onions, then turn in the beans, mix | together, season, and fry lightly.
The Referendum "NO[?]S" IN THE LEAD. Maldon Majority Vote No. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 31 October 1916
Tla-j Referendum " XOf's" IN the lead. M^ldon Majority Vote No. The referendum poll on the mili tary service proposals of tte (joyernmeut was held ou Saturday, and from returns to hand up to the present it shows that the Noes have a majority of 85,578. Victoria, West Australia and Tasmania gave majorities for Yes, while New Sou h W ales, Queensland and South Australia voted solidly for No. In the-Maldon suodivision the to lug proceeded quietly, and everything was carried out in a satisfactory manner. At the Shire Hall Mr R. M'Beath was the assistant returning cfficcr, and he had as presiding officers Messrs W. Mead (absent votes), R, Huston, A. Dabb and M. Coffey, and as poll clerks Messrs I. Long, 0, Gilmour and F. Seedsman. I'he local police were also in attendance. Those in charge of the other booths in the Maldon subdivision were—Baring hup East—F. Hnrtge (presiding officer^, D. Morris (poll clerk) ; Baringhup—T. Woodlock(presiding officer), Jas. Moore (poll clerk); Baringhup We...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 31 October 1916
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Heat plates before putting hot cakes or pies on them when first taken out of the oven. If a hot cake is put on a cold plate the under part will get sodden and heavy. If you want your grate to look very bright, rub it over with just a little turpentine, after blackleading and shining. Then polish with a soft duster. It will look well for days. Place a week's tea-leaves in a pail and pour over them a quart of boil ing water. Leave for one hour, then strain and bottle. This liquor is. ex cellent for cleaning varnished wood and linol«um, and when used for cleaning windows or mirrors makes them shine like crystal. Teacups with broken handles are very useful for poaching eggs. But ter the inside, break the egg into the cup, and stand the cup in the frying 'pan half filled with water. It keeps the egg ft. good shape when poached, easy to slip on to toast, and is cleaner than poaching in a frying pan. A most excellent way to use cashes is to mix them with about an equal qua...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 31 October 1916
WISE AND OTHERWISE. I T 1 ■ — j During a Bible lesson a teacher trying to explain the parable of th» tares. "Can anyone tell me any person who is liko the evil one who Bowed the tares ?" A hand instantly Bhot up from th« foot of the class. "Well, David, what person do you say ?" "Please, ma'am, my mother." "Why ?" asked the teacher, in as tonishment. "Because," answered he, eyeing his patched trousers, "she sbwb tears." A bishop recently addressed a large I assemblage of Sunday-school children, and wound up by asking, in a very paternal way, "And now, is thera any little boy. or any little girl, who would like to ask me a question ?" A thin, shrill voice at the hack of the room called out, "Please, sir, why did the angels walk up and down Jacob's ladder when they had wings ?" "Oh, ah, yes—I see," said the bis hop. "And now, .is there any little girl or boy who would like to answer this question ?" The callous bailiffs had cleared out every stick, and stone, and nothing remained but ...
Cornet Players Live Long. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 31 October 1916
Cornet Players Live Long. Investigations made by a doctor leads him to conclude that musicians who play wind instruments are ex ceptionally long lived. Cornet players are credited by him with an average life of 69.1 years. Clarionet players are next, with 64.4 i years ; the average oboe and the I bassoon live to be about 63 years | old. j The lowest duration of life by these i players of wind instruments arc men J who handle the flute. Beqause of the : formation of their instruments, they [ do not have opportunity for full | exercise of their lungs. j j Therefore the flute player according i to this authority, reaches an average age of 61.2 years. It is interesting to observe the number of seemingly aged men who are members of orchestras. The the t atre orchestra that does not number one or two men who have left their! hair far behind with the years, or are so grey that they appear well upon the century mark, is an excep- j tion. j The proof is that a steady and I moderate daily use...
SUMMER CARE OF FOALS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
SUMMER CARE OF FOALS * • _ * T ' By H. B. McCartney. The first summer is the time when growth can be put on th'e colt cheap est and most profitably. Plenty q( feed is necessary (or beBt growth ana development. Of all feeds the mother's milk is of greatest importance. It 13 essential that the dam be cared [^r in such a way as to Cause her to yield the biggest supply of milk p0J. sible. Mares suckling foals should i,e fed liberally of clean, healthful an.l appetizing foods. It is permissible and usually advisable that the mare be worked. She should, however, be in the hands of the most thoughtful careful- driver, and should be hand'.ej with good judgment. After the age of about one nonth the foal tieeds food in addition to what it can secure from its mother. Clean, bright oats make probably the best feed that is available on the farm. A mixture of oats, bran and oil meal in the proportion of 6-3-1 i8 splendid^ if one will go to the trouble of preparing or mixing a feed. Or dinarily a-...
HINTS ON HORSE SHOEING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
HINTS ON HORSE SHOEING. — . By W. W. Hunter, in "National Stockman and Farmer." There ie^one part of the horse'8 body which domestic usage has sub jected to more abrupt, radical and unnatural treatment than any other part of his makeup. I mean the hoof which is to my mind one of the most perfect combinations of extremely deli cate parts, protecting other delicate and essential parts, to be found in nature. As I am not a professional I will not attempt to describe this most perfect spring system in the world that is enclosed within the wall of every horse's foot. In nature's economy the horse's feet rest on mother earth and are washed by the dewy grass and run ning streams. Under man's manage ment he stands on solid plank or concrete with never a drop of mois ture on his feet. On his native heath his travel is over grassy sward and yielding earth, and instinct compels him to use his feet just enough to keep them in proper shape. Man drives him over hard rough roads, and very soon the...
POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
I I POULTRY. -t There used to be a theory, and with some it is still believe!, that the presence of a small pigeon sized • egg means that that particular hen has laid her.litter, and will not be gin for some time. That theory has been exploded by the aid of the trap nest. The records kept by the writer show that one day Brahma hen Ko 27 laid a small pigeon sized egg, the next day she laid another small egs. but somewhat larger than the one of the day before. Two days later s!ie laid, a regular sized egg, and contin ued doing so for about a fortnight when she laid a double yolked ep?. which proved that both the pigeon Bized and double yolked eggs are t' e product of hens that are too fat. This hen in question was very fat. Ducks and geese require deep drink ing vessels, especially if reared I kept on land. Unless the vessel s;' deep enough so the fowl can get its entire head under water and this wash its eyes, dust and dirt ffill s t' tie in the eyes making them sore ard often result...
CAN YOU BEAT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
CAN YOU BEAT IT ? I&lt;evy wants a rise in wages. Coheu says to him,41 Foe why yoa want more pay ? I show you how much you and Williams work!" There are 365 days in. a year ... 36^ For sleep eight boura each day—one third of year 122 Leayes 243 For recreation eight hourB each day 122 Leaves ... 121 Theso are 52 Sundays in a year ... 52 Leaves ... ... 69 -You have half holiday Saturday ... 26 Leaves ... ... 43 You get one hour each day tor lunch 16 Leaves 27 Two weeka vacation in summer .. 14 Leaves There are 12 legal holidays ... t.„ 12 LeaT«B &lt;i» sat 1 That one day is Labor Day, and we don't ^rork 1 Leaves 0 ■ —"American Citiseo.
PART TWO. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
. "' PART TWO; CHAPTER IV —(Continued.) The two men disappeared down tlie companion. It was fully an hour, be-." fore they reappeared, a time which I spent in completing my examination of the brig. As I went over the ves sel, in whose rigging _a number of . men? were busily engaged in. bending the sails,- an undefined presentiment of evil, at -first unrecognised^ and 1 hen decided; forced itself upon me;' I smiled at my folly, and by a strong effort shook it oft. The will triumph ed over the more reliable; though niorc obscure instinct. There was certainly nothing uncanny about the snug- little brig to arouse one's dread. I afterwards learned that tlio cause of this peculiar admonition of j impending evil-arouse from the un conscious impression Morgan had made. On their return to the deck, | Morgan sprang to the quay and walked away without a word. With i a strong effort, Harding forced a I smile as lie said, in cheery tones : "Well; Carl, I've found a first mate." ''Who is he ?" "T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
CREDIT SOHCffix ILOAKSc* Id stitas frotn Zyj to £2lco -t 6 per cent Invest * and irom 1J per cent, in -iuctioi. of cipal—which ?37E o£ ib* Icaa in J71 "Loans granted cd r :-aaoM± »*fWA Leaseholds, vh'cfe ccjM ba ns^j at acy time ou payrccDt of ib« nske^J Crown rents. " " No Charge for Mortgage Loans a a 'j ba paid off trj ba.j.yeariv day, subject to a small charge; it p'a;4'; wltbia the first nvo yeire, tret after live years. Forma may be obtain*. Bnn«; the State Savloga Bank, or by ■,n,.i-;n31, The Iaspector-Geueral Ike State Savmga Bank] Elizabeth 3t, Meiboumt
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A TREASURE FOUND A BRIDE WON. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PART. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
, RIGHTS RESERVED.) nitfrl EASUREFOUND BRIDE WON. ■ BY GEORGE E. GARDNER. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PART. Charles Trcmame, a rising young j r, is surprised at receiving a ! visit--from his old schoolmate, Jack ! who. recounting his ex-| I)rriences mentions how, since leav- i - ing school he has followed the sea ! as«a means-of' livelihood. 'He relates itat on one occasion, ^.being shijJr xfl&fcked, ■'• he'-and' some of-' the crew t' g-, are cast upon ^an -uninhabited island , 1 ',c South' ^Pacific. .Whilst :thcrc;he | vv- -discovers hidden ...treasure' pf^cnor- . 'nlous value, vthe^. knowledge of-which j In? keeps ■ from • his companions. He eventually arrives ,atr ■ Melbourne;, 1 ~S| u|i&lt;'re he fall?-'in :lwc;■■.with Florencej =*™SYmter, (ho beautiful daughter of'anj old friend , of his father.": ! Mr..r .Win-, (er refuses to give his consent to the marriage until Harding is" able to support a wife .ashore. Wi111 .that de-. termination 'he makes up-his mind' ■to recov...
THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
Published Twice-a-Week, " FIDKM SERVO." "FRIDAY KVJ-j.X].X/r\ \oy Arrangements are pr0CPflri; satisfactorily in connection S the sale of work to take iW the Church otEnsland'Xf room on Saturday, 18th ;n«t i i the auspices of the Ladies £ Party. A cooking competition ^jij take place, and good prJ J given for the best fruit cike Victoria sandwich (iced op and cream pufis. whicb S "ecome the property of the cm inittee. The anniversary oi theCnn«r6. gational Sunday School wijft celebrated on Sunday tiexi;, ^en three special services will be con' ducted by the Rev. R. Ambrosa Roberts, chairman of the CVra gational Union of Victoria. °0q the following Wednesday the annual tea andenterfcaiumfatwi!} be held, tor which tickets kw been issued at Is for adults. a«i 9d for children. A duck of the Ciuiiborland bred owned by Mr J. Connors, o: Echuca East, on Monday laidaa egg which weighed Tfoz, wj'j 7i in in circumference, and % long. On the previous dav t'hj same bird laid an egg, which o;i bei...
FEED FOALS WELL. J. Keble. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
FEED FOALS WELL. T — J. ICeblc. - My own personal experience' teaches trie that unless draft-fed foals are well fed during their first year the right degree of growth can never be obtained from them. Of later years I-have .been studying as closely as -possible;the operations of others, as '•well ias those not directed by my self, ; and the more. T-see and the longer I- live the more finnly am I convinced >thatHthe~first is the most ■ important: year in a horse's lifetime, /so. - far-.as; his : • ultimate development is concerned. :Tlu;v simply must have about all. the grain they will eat if ■the best possible, results 'are sought. At the Kxperiment -Station the trials made with grade, foals resulted,when they were two years old; in making a profit of about £20 on the grain fed, and to my notion if a little more had been allowed them they might have made a still greater re turn. At first, that is as soon as a foal will eat, there is nothing so good for him as oatmeal, or bruised o...
Exemption Court. MALDON SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
Exemption Court. MALDON SITTING. An Exemption Court was held yesterday at the Conrthouse,,before Mr P. Bartold, P.M., lieutenant Trask appearing on behalf of the Defence Department, wfcen the following cases were dealt with F. Bombardier}, sole support of widowed mother and sister, mother owns bouse, no income; she is ill at present. To Lieut Trask—Sister has since been married ; he was unfit at pre liminary examination but passed by military board. Mr Bartold— not sole support, Applicant—Got cvanide p'ant, and will have to get someone to work it; 3 men working at present, want two months to fix matters up. To Lieut Trask—Got debts to pay and take 2 months to clear up ; might be able to do it in 6 weeks. Mr Bartold—Temporary exemp tion granted till 15th Dec, William Bowen, bootmaker, said his father knew nothing about the trade ; got 4 brothers, all single. To Lieut Trask—Take tVl end year to dispose of stock ; brothers know no'hing about the business; got £200 sfock and take little...
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
CHAPTER V. ■ The wind "blew *hard- during-the night, but xthe. gale was short-lived, and tho sun rose gloriously the next morning, bringing/ a steady breeze from the north-west. Under all plain canvas, the "Janet" bounded merrily over the green seas, as though re joicing in the sunshine and the wind. As I gazed on the rolling surface of the ocean, glittering in the. morning light, and felt, th'e living leap of the brig, from crest to crest, all fear of evil and uncanny thoughts about - Morgan vanished, and I was glad that my friend had-sought me out for his wild voyage. We had, as yet, no reason to;com plain of the first mate;: He was, to be sure,. extremely uncommunicative, rarely speaking except when address ed, : but his > answers were , invariably courteous, and his demeanour that of a-gentleman.. One .could but: feel, ■however, that he was constantly:: on tho watch. I had' detcctedYhim look ing Vattcntively. at the second mate, jis though endeavouring 'To /measure him mental...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 3 November 1916
Dr Sheldon's New Discovery. Of all the New Discoveries in medical science,'the most remark vble in recent year?, is one which will prove invaluable to thousands of people, and which is taking the place of all other remedies for the relief of conphb and colds. The preparation is called Dr Sheldcn'o .New Discove-y for coughs and colds, and is a scientific com pound of great merit; It is. most healing to the lungs atd throat, and stops the cough or cold in a remarkably short time, laavins no bad after-effects. As it.contains no opiates or other poisous, it is a perfectly safe remedy for childrea, and is parfciculajly good for croup and whnjping cough. The dose is small, audit is pleasant to taue. Prije ]s6dand'3s Obtainable everywhere. rOSX—Fountain Pei1; reward on re J turning to Rev J, Tyesen, Vicarage, Maldon Maid on Commons NOTICE—The Herdsman will start BRANDING ou Monday, Nov. 6 Due notice will be given for yarding of cattle. Fees must be naid on -or before Nov 15th. or cattle wi...