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THE FARM AND DAIRY. BREAKING IN A HE[?]EER [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

BREAKING IN A H FTTPt>n In breaking in a heifer, iin,( and gentleness, writes a eontrihjtT to the "Loader," are the first niC to be observed in every (.a.** (• ;S I the confidence of the heifer lirst then if she persists in being trary let her "have her own way ^ much as possible until she is tireti Perhaps 1 can make my meaning a bit clearer by giving a bit 0f i.'nee which I had in this line, -j-j,,, man I was working f0r bought , two-year-old heifer, an animal 0{ no particular breed, yet showing points of making a good cow. She was verv wild, and when we put her in th. cow house we had a task to gather fast in the bail for the first time. "She dropped her calf out jn t|,„ field late in a cold, sleet storm.when T was away from home. When i found her. the calf was dead, and it took a lot of persuasion to grt h.r to leave it and go*in the cowhouse. I knew it would fall to me to train her to milk, so I had taken Knm. pains to - get acquainted, but had made but little headway in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

PtelimioOT?_N<l"Ci' ( G*^j£$SPA day evemiifJ. vewillv* I and competitions* |

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THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, NOV, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

Published Twice.e.wft|J f'nDBH SERVO," FBIDA Y EVENIXG .V9V. On Sunday morning n.tt !f) English Baptist Church, [h p A EunsoD oi the dl!^ Tabernacle, Is announced to ? duct the service, at which ft' M'Beath will render a si, the Neereman Church, %, and evening, anniversary 5e[", will be conducted, when the" al Eunson will again preach,' thete will be special singing occasion. On the folio-sing ill ' 5ay eveiifag g social and cuj will take place at Neettttaii, A meeting of the Traders' J elation was held on WedneJ evening last, over which Mr' Urea presided, Correspondence: received from the State fon Department, stating that the raai of the destruction of trees on 5Jo; Tarrangower would oe into, Jt was resolved to writs the Shire Council, protesting aga the removal of soil from aear targets at the rifle butts, where I reserve was also being cut up! wheel tracks. Some new mimb were welcomed, and after disci^! it was resolved to continue c!oi: at 9 o'clock 011 Friday nights the next me...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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TRAINING A SHEPHERD DOG. A BAD TRAINER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

TRAINING A SHEPHERD 000. A BAD TRAINER. When you observe an aged dog making a great noise, bustling about in an impatient manner, running fiercely at a sheep and turning it quickly, biting at its ears and legs, you may conclude, without hesita tion, that the drover who owns it is a man of hasty temper. Most' young dogs exhibit these characteristics naturally, and they generally overdo their work ; and if you observe a man allowing a young dog to take its own way, you may conclude that he also is a man of hasty temper or careless of his flock. If you observe ■ another man allow ing his dog. whether old or young, to take a range round the fences of a paddock, driving the sheep as if to gather thorn, you may be sure he is lazy, more ready to make his dog bring ihe sheep to him than he to walk or ride to see them. Great harm may accrue, to sheep by work ing dogs in these ways. Whenever sheep hear a dog bark that is accustomed to hound them ! every day, they will instantly start from (he...

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Maldon Shire Council. Thursday, November 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

Maldon Slurs: Council. j Thursday, November Present-—Crs Bell (president) Preece, Bowen, Hutton, Bryant Sharp, Pogarty and Davieg. ■ Accounts amounting to £299 is Kj7;63*® Passed tor payment, and *«w5 is for country roads' board {work. I r Correspondence. J-'rom Chiei Secretary :s office re nomination as member of South ^entralFire District, and from T. Casey (Maryborough), D. Andrew I (Benciigo), A. Pettard (Ballarat) asking tor support in their candi dature—Support to be-given to Crs 1 Andrew and Pittard, _ From State War Council, asb. ing tor co operation in looking after returned soldiers and finding work for them— Any returned I?1 .die^ cYe asked ^ report at the Shire Hall. Fiom Shire of Marong objecting to tiie ^ apportioment of amount expended on maintenance on Melbourne—Bendigo road, and Si .appear before the Board on -ycli mst to appeal against the allocation From_ Philip Mai-ten, asking permission to erect footbridge in 1 Francis-st-Granted, | From Secretary Miners' Asso I...

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BARBED WIRE CUTS IN HORSES [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

BARBED WIRE CUTS IN HORSES Many owners know to their cost 1 the number of valuable horses cut on ; barbed wire every year, and a few hints as to how to treat the injuries are here offered to those who have had but little experience. j If the cut has been simply through j the skin, merely wash it clean with ! strong' carbolic acid water every few ! days. If the muscles of the neck or ' limbs have been severed so that the wound hangs open, first stop the 'flow of blood with a tight bandage 1 of clean while muslin over the wound. : After the blood has stopped flow- ' ing remove the bandage and wash away where it is clotted with an an- ' tiseptic made with a few drops of carbolic acid in a pint of water. Th& flesh may then be sewod together, ' leaving it open enough for all mat- • ter to run out, and if the wound is i anointed with crude carbolic acid I oncc or twice a week, no proud flee-h j will grow, and flies will he kept j away. j At the beginning of the nineteenth century ...

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Maldon Gold Returns. [Complled by Mr R. L. Nankivell] Mining Registrar.] YIELD FOR QUARTER ENDING SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

Maldon Gold Returns. [Compiled by Mr R, I<, NankWell] Mining Registrar,] Yxi:i.d i'oi; Quahtbh Exdiko Sisi'XEMiiEii 30th. iflifi. FVQIU AUllYiwm?. not AC- ozs dwt coULted for in returns... 51 2 From Quartz Heefs accord ing to actual returns ... 2394 7 From Quartz Reefs not ac counted for in retnrns ... 115 13 3561 2 The estimated yield cf gold for this quarter is 2509oz. showing an increase of 2l8oz of gold for the three months, whilst the tabulated yields from the quartz crushed show an increase of 1128oz. Oswald Gold Mines are responsible for an increaso of 992oz, and which during the term have been prospecting at 1050ft level south, 1450ffc level north. 700ft level at Independent north, At the 1000ft level a , shoot of gokl has been exposed 7,r)ft long, the stone averaging 5 to Oft widp worth lod'.vt uer ton- At 1150ft level a 'drive is being put in north on a big- re. f 5ft wide with a iraeo of gold, Wo3t of the crushing is being obtained from the bis reof at ">00 ...

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THE IMPORTANT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

THIS IMPORTANT YEAR. * Any horse makes a half or more , than half his ultimate gi'owth din ing the first year of His life." It is well known also that it is the food consumed during that year that fixes the subsequent conformation. Fdals? that are starved the first year can never have the same width and sub stance as those that are properly fed. It was the possibility of obtaining a plentiful supply of food and water without unduo fatigue or "danger that- first' / increased the bulk of horses toward the draught propor tion. -To insure a slab-sided, -narrow chestcd horse, starve him the firsl year. It makes no difference how lib eral the feeding may be in after ; years'. If the colt is denied full ra tions during his first 36£ days on earth he will never reach the saniu size and draught conformation that ; he would have reached if properly : fed during that period. :

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CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

CONGREGATiONAL SUNDAY ; SCStOOL. /■ : The. .anniversary in connection with tbe above was brought to a successful conclusion on Wednesday when the annual tea and entertain meat !00*: place. The whole pro ceedings were marked " by great enthusiasm on' the gart of the Workers and were an unqualified success .* • The tables were most artistically laid cut, and were in charge, of the following' ladies ;—Mesdaraes Rob erts, Grigg. Williams, Humpbris, Knight, Misses Lewis, Keasi, Humphris and iievnou. This staff of ladies were kept very bnsy, so great was the crowd, but all were satisfied and pleased. At 8 o'clock the en'ertainment commenced, aud was presided over by the pastor, the Re<- G. King, and again the building was qui e'fu!l. The programme, which was greatly appreciated, was as follows:— 'Anthem by the choir. Song—Daphne Cook Recitation—Thelina Nicholson Chorus by the girls Dialogue—Vanity—Lily Shearer, Jessie Roberts, Thelma Nicholson Song—LUy Shearer . Reci aliens—Elv...

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THE HORSE. EASY WEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

THE HORSE. ... A • - EASY WEANING. Weaning time is a most critical stage in a horse's existence. He can be made or marred right tlion. - If he has been accustomed to eating grain and fias been getting all he will clean up, he will hardly- ever miss his mother, provided'" she. is absenled from him for lengthening periodsi j each day for a week and then remov- ' cd altogether to some spot where the foal cannot hear her. It. will only, be. a drop or two of milk she will be giving at that juncture any how. It is no bad scheme when quite ready to wean the foal to put-the . marc to light work if she has been idle, milk her perfectly dry when 'she conies in, and some fine evening forget, to return her. The foal will go. ahead with 'his eating rolled oats and hay. contentedly enough. Ho will fret, of course, to some extent, but if he'.cannot hear his dam,- nor she him. the trouble will soon be over •and he will lose little if any flesh. After foals are weaned at," say five mcwithK : old,? i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

V SHAD- T3B . The '* I/. A LOOK Lead in® iilstrict £«!* >'• J Guaranteed digest Ci^KlatioD.; of any Paper in District —also the Cheapest. PMce~3s 6d per Quarter Only "d weekly if tafcen quarterly Becoinc a subscriber right away. Oiu PttlNTlMC is the Best — TRY ST. CETTEElON_HOTBL. Mrs M. Musgrave . {late of Germanton) trusts by ^^^h^yKuppori business to me-H None but the best of Liquor. and Spirits kept Flr,t.-claes Billiard lable MiftS ffilsoiij F-iuterer Coni*ctioner ' ufgb Str^t.Maldon •r- •» aiujiva in stock. None a.) i ho lira. Under Jffow M-aaagemeut. XHE "l?0?tfLAR Kangaroo Hotel 1%os. O'GRADY i (Lute of Fairfield) WieliQB to i»ul0^^!lOdilQg districts Maldon »"d b ttQ above that be has i0Ug«.9stabli6hed Selt tao*u ;°a'b;°^ty, flom Hote , and ™ ; linciB anj strict Siou to W.1—. » »«" » fthare of paum-ag8' ! Sotbiusbut U»%IS" "ST Kdd,S"oSmoSiio« .and "■"SSI !«»««'>"• visitors FreabUbltoR Phone No^ A A. BDHOUSE Fruiterer and Confectioner, Corner Reef aud Templeion-stB, ^ A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

ggRCtgragTge7,aa3 WW . .pti/vu \ VO*«KS frKAiiA.M ST., CAS1 :LEMAINE,: Marble* and Granite Moinimeiits Of a'l Description 3 ftiTray ,B ja Stock L^tteriBg and G£¥? C3?ul ®epaf'M ' Correspondence, Promptly Attended to, . . Phone Ko.i93; Smith's Seeds ; ire sold on honor TRY THEM Write fo: qnotittona foleeis, deli .rcred at your nearest; Railway Station, below Utibasm pt5c?s. . . . i'.cst Imported -Dvrarf Ess&x P >spc, Hunter River and other leading varieties of "intf-rie, HotgUums, HiU<its4 TkraipB, the wonderful new fodder Plant Silver Baet, an l ^silh's fumons strains ot Field <»xrrot ,^K<i Champion Hansel., ■ State approximately M«r. tities required, CiitalogRes ifoe-. JMe^urne. Address—Bos 168 G.P.O, GEO. S&ITH, See&^nd Plant Merchant, Baiter at» Eat. 1868 it NOW SHOWING A.X If lie Leading Drapers In all Departments Goods Imported Direct. Inspection Invited. Novelties in all Departments Qoaemn; M'Creery & Hopkins ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

FIB SI FOUNDATION. Nothing can Jndermme It. People are gometimos alow to recog nise true merit, and tbey cannot be blamed, for go many have been hum bagged is. the past. The experience of I hundreds o£ people in Victoria espresaed publicly through nowapapera and other sources, places Doan'a Backache Kidney Pills on a firm foundation hers, Mr E, Brown, Porcupine, Maldon, asja :«*»For some considerable time I was a martyr to backache, and bad come to look on this ailment as inoarable, for in spite of all efio ts to cure it I got worse and conld scarcely move about, I also had severe headaches and lost my rest at night, and in consequence always folt dull and tired. At last I tried these Pills and this remedy proved excellent; it soon eased my aching back and after taking four bottlefl I was com pletely cured, I ewear by these pills and call recommend Ibem to ail who suffer from backache ; this remedy will cure others as it cured me.'* Three years later Mr Brown confirms the above—Thos...

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R.C. Social [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

*.a BMW. -w The final combines social in con nection with the R.C, school build ing fund, was held on Tuesdav evening last, tod proved to be one of the most successful ever held. The most complete arrangements had been made by an energetic committee of ladies and gentlemen, and one and all thorougly enjoyed I themselves. Id addition to visitors from all the surrounding districts there were extra large numbers from Caitlemaine on this occasion, including the Rev. Father O'Reilly, Cr T. Beil, Shire President, thus ! showing conclusively that these j socials gain in popularity as the 'season advances,as over 100 couples j were present, The music for the ; dancing was supplied by Messrs | M'Elbinney (piano) Code (violin), i Wuirhead (euphonium). Campbell j (cornet) and Miss D, Michael (cello) , and the applause which followed at the conclusion of each dance was : ample g"idence that their efforts | were much appreciated, and regret was expressed on all sides when the last dance was annn...

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

CHAPTER VII. it came on to blow heavily to wards night, and for several days the 'Janet' struggled with a gale well-nigh equal in violence to that encountered on the equator. She required the unremitting attention of both officers and crew, making any thought of action in regard to Morgan out of the question. Finally, on the evening of the third day, the weather moderated, and Jack, who had scarcely left the deck while the storm lasted, went below to his cabin, whither I. soon followed h'ini. He was lying in his_ bunk, and a happy though tired smile played ^across: his handsome face as I ap peared. I didn't wonder he hart won the heart of the'fair Australian. Ho was "a man whom any woman might, love,"'and worthily. i . - "Dreaming, , Jack ?" said I, as l closed the door._- • "I must confess'that I was. though this is a p„retty poor placc to dream in._ 13ut, I was allowing myself to ; imagine that the.voyage was safety over, with the'old craft Ijmg at an chor in Mclbo'uriie harbour. ...

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PART THREE.—CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

PART THREE.—CHAPTER VT. An uneventful week .ensued. Fair winds • carried the 'Janet' right.mer rily on her coursc ; : harmony, and goodwill apparently prevailed among us, and I was coming to think that our romantic "voyage would have a prosaic conclusion, that we should load the treasure on board, and sail away to Melbourne, where Jack would marry his sweetheart, as thousands of sweethearts have been married before, and that we-should come back to England together on the wedding trip ; for Harding had t old me that it was decided that.the Winters should return to England when Florence was married. 11 was a habit of mine to .filways expect (hat the commonplace and unevent ful would happen, one, however, of - which this voyage completely cured me. One pleasant morning I was. walk-, ing the rather short deck of the '.Janet,' enjoying a cigar and revel ling in the freshness of sea and air. Morgan was in > charge of the brig, giving an occasianal command to some sailors who were scrub...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

gUNERA U NOTICES.* 'giHE Friends of the late Mu Thomas■ Boheham are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of in terment, the Maldon Cemetery. The Funeral will leave his late resi dence, Boundary lload, on Saturday, Jitk November, at 3.30 p.m. W, H. PliAUC'K, Undertaker niwiii iniiirmnm«—rirfniwi—n iirTwninnniiMi ii» Bereavement Notice. rnUE FAMILY of the lato MRS S, JL giles desire to rot-urn their most sincere Thanks to their many kind friends for all messages of sympathy, letters, cards telegrams, and to those who kiadly sent (lowers in connection with their re- j 0enJ; sad bereavement. ' j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

Gigantic Conspiracy.' 'Tis a gigantic conspiracy of Coughs and Colds against you. Foil it with Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for coughs and colds. Priee iBGland oi Obtainable evorywhere For the Melbourne-Cap to be run to morrow, our tipster fancies the following— Prince JBardoIph l} Rathfaruham 2S- Quinologisb or Bastcourt 3. THERE IS G?iLY ONE ' SANDBLI EXTRACT, and that is why tli; people insist Oi yetting it, and wIjv tliey r? pet tlie niauy inferior substitutes and the cheap and freqnontiy harmful " jnst as coed.' The GKNUINK SANDER EX TRACT is free from the objectionable quali ties of the common eucalyptus oils and tho so called "extracts." SANDKU'S EX TRACT is the most po's-ertul antiseptic and healing remedy that can be used with safety —It prevents and cures.all infections dis eases—Influenza, Coldf, t'eve-,- Small-poX, Diphtheria, b^iatulsnce, Dyspepsia, Diirr hcen, -Dysentery and Kidney troubles SAN DEtt'S EXTRACT applied to Uic^, Bums, Sprtiins, Outs, Irritable, Itching aud ...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A TREASURE FOUND A BRIDE WON. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

• (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) .. ■ ' - I prt TREASURE~FOUND —A BRIDE WON. t BY GEORGE E. GARDNER, K&ri. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PAKTS. Charles Treniaine, a rising joung lawyer, is surprised at receiving a visit;-from liis old schoolmate, Jack Harding/ who-- recounting his exr perie'nees mentions how, since leav ing school he .has followed ■•■the .sea' as. a means, of( livelihood. He'relates ihat,on 'one occasion,;-"ibeing *Vhip' wrecked(■■■ - lie - and -some- of thc'crew^ were cast upon an jiujnhabited island in the-. South Pacific. Whilst there he* J ^ ■ discovers hidden treasure of en or-" mous value", the^knowjedge of which Ji'.j kecps 'fl'oiii ';his co'mr>a'iions. ~;ITe eventually arrives at Melbourne, where he falls in love .with. Florence Winter, the- beautiful- daughter .of un old friend of his father, .jlr. * Win ter ^-refuses, to give his: conscnt., to the marriage until TTanling is able to support a wife ashore. With that de termination he makes up his mind; . to recove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 10 November 1916

Preliminary Notice. j x ' — j "LE BON MARCHE/ Under auspices of Ladies' Work 1'amy j in Holy Trinity Schoolroom, on j Saturday, November ISth. j I English Baptist Church, Maldou j SUNDAY, iVovoiiiber 18th—Maldou ! Morning —Rct Euuson. of Colling- j wood Tabernaclo. x !*'olo by Mr It. M'Beath. Neeroman. 3 and 7 p.m—Anniversary Services—Bev. Eunson. Speci.il sing ing— NeoreiJian—1Tuesday, Nov. 14th—Cou ccrt ttud social. MaMon Hospital Sunday. Has beeii lixed tor ' SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, Speaker - HOW, F, HAGELTHORN Combined Band. Good Choir under the leadership of Mr H. Uartley Afternoon Tea and Befreslimenis may he had at a small charge Preliminary Announcement. ENGLISH BdPTWT CHURO'H CHRISTMAS FAIR la Teu>peii>nce Flail on SATURDAY, DEC. 9th, 1916 j See Future .iEuovmceiOH it J BXT-E- TfOTTJ?, €oxmls>, tlntierdothing FROM MRS- PELL. The Iramous W.B. CORSETS and other " Makes from 2s11d. W.B. CORSETS Are Perfect Fitting. Figure Activity is provided for. Figure charm ^ is the r...

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