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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

".RAD THft The " S?SAL15SK fJEWS" Leadins District Paps'". Guarant eed Largest Circulation of any Paper In District —also the Cheapest. Price—3s 6d per Quarter Oaly 3d weekly if taken quarterly Become a subscriber right away. Our PRIMTIfiJC is the Best — TRY IT. CRITERION HOTEL. Mrs M. Musgrave (late of G-ermanton) ANNOUNCES that she has purchased the above well-known Hotel, and trig ta by civility and strict attention to business t o merit a share of public support None but the best of Liquors and Spirits kept. First-class Billiard. Table Miss Wilson, Fruiterer Confectioner liiyh ytrcpf. Million Fresh Fruit always in atock. None but best Confectionery kept HOT PIES. Taa aad Coffee at, . sll hours. Under "Sew Management, . THE POPULAR Kangaroo Motet T&os. O GilADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to announce to the public of Maldoa aad surrounding districts thai he lias taken over the abore well known and long-established Hotel, and trusts by civility, com bined with cleanliness a...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

.fSSS^^ MONUMENTAL - WORKS an A HAM, ST-.-. C ^TT/EM^tNEi Marble and Granite Monuments 0£ a!I Descriptions aSvaya in Stcck Lstteriag and General Repairs Correspondenca-ProinpUr Attended Je. Phone Ko 03; Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on honor TRY THEM Write for quotations fojee-Ja, delivered at your nearest Railway Station; bolov? jliclb.iotne prices ~ Best Imported Dwart Essex Rape, HunterCRl?er and otiiet leading varieties of Lat-arns. SorghUms, Millets, Turnips, the woDderiul new folder Plant Silver Baet, au-1 Smith's famous strains o! Field Carrot and Champion Hangol.— State approximately .aasntines required. - •, " ~ Cutalognes Ires. Melbourne Address—Box 168 0 .P.O. GEO. SMITH, Seed arid Plant Merchant, BaUarai* Est. 1868. HOW SHOWING AT mm® % i la all Departments Goods Imported Direct. Inspection Invited. iSrore!ties in all Departments M'Creery & Hopkins Castlemaine Bridal Portraits 2?o Weddiug nowadays i» considered completo without the bridal portrait and no b...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

&tr HarchftUt, consulting optician, of: Geelong, will visit Maldon on Friday, Nov, 17th, and may be consulted at Butlee'a Hotel from 9.30 tU12.39—Advt; Lumbago for three Years—the poor man was doubled up with paiD, and v?as sometimes unable to co to his wort. My husband bufisrcc! very badly [roiJa Lumbago for three years, writcB Mrs A; Sinclair, 382 M'Crae-gt, Bendigo, Vic. The pain used to strike him right in tho middle of his back, juat like k kniie. It would catch him all at once, then then the poor man would be doubled up with pain, Beally ho w&a sometimes unable to go to his work. I felt sorry for him. He tried different mcdicino3 and had been to tho hospital Bnd had the doctor's treatment, but nothlne did biui a acrap o£ good, until oDo day I fceard of Dr Sheldon's Gin Tills, and got a bottle for bim He said tliey would do him to good, but to please me lie tried thorn, and ho is rery pleased ho did eo, for tho first fow dozca did him gcod.and the palna grad ual...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

: Mining Notes Oswald Sold MinesNorth | RrtHsh mfti.o—SOOff- Ipual—Breaking ; stone in north and south' uft wide, | worth 5 to odvjtc lOOOffc !eyel«=» Stoping on stone 5 to offc wide, worth 12dwt, 1450ft level—Driven north to 908ft oa good wall, stoue wider tbaa drfre, trace of gold. la dependent mine ; 60Cft level driven north 65ft, reef 3iu wide, started to crosscut west through formation, oui lQft, leaders in country. Yields Battery crushed 380 tons for 18!oz 7dwts, chlorication' plant treated 13 tons for I41oz Sdwt. South German Beef Co.—1750ft level—Rise from end of this level north have holed through to north intermediate level, reef 5ft wide, values about odwt; Intermediate level—Leading; stope above north intermediate level, 55ft above 1750ft main level, reef 5ft wide of nice ap pearance showing minerals, No 2 I stope above this level, reef 3fc wide [showing minerals and little gold, | vslues about lOdwt per ton. Have started to drive 1750ft main level | north, reef la this ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARY AND WATCHFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

WARY AND WATCHFUL. "Found on 13th inst., in the High Street, a gentleman's gold" watch. Owner can have same by paying ex -pen'S(8ff*~or_adveTtisTiig ion application to Alexander M'Gillies, 17, Catcher Street." So ran the advertisement, Presently Mr. Thomson was usher ed in. ' ''Veil," said Alexander, "vat can I do for you ?" -'-'I—I have called," said Mr. Thom son, "with respect to my watch." ... "Ah, you haf—eh ?" (Experts agree that the Scottish accent is most dif ficult to eradicate.) "Veil, here vas the vatch, and dere vas two pounds to pay for advertisements/' With a face three times its usual length Mr. T-homson paid the money and bore off the watch. And when he had gone Alexander took another gold (?) watch from his drawer, and waited for the, next Mr. Thomson. "Ah," he mused, "dis vatch-finding was good pizness."

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

Boils and Carbuncles. Boils begin as little pimples. If JDr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment ia wall rubbed in at this time they wi^ilisappear , and give you no further trouble. If a boil is dovelopod, blooil and matter must be sc.uoozod out and the wound dressed with ; JDrS.Melon's Magnetic Liniment. Persons sufforiny from boils shbuli nib the parts affected thoroughly twice a day with Or Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, This will prevent die growth of a whole crop of boils. Prino is Od and :3s. Obtainable everywhere, FOR S&.L1S--Piano box Bug^y. rubber tyred, sDriug cushion, 'ong distance axle, practically new. Apply/!1, Harding, Muldon. Preliminary Notice. HAND NovMy Entertainment in r Methodist-School Hall on Wednes day evening December 13sh. Program '■ and competitions. 1 J-/-' FIRM FOUNDATION. Nothing can Undermine It. ' Peoj'l-.. are somotimos slow to recog nii" true m.-nt,_ and (j,ey c.8tmot ^3 b.iimfj, for 3 many have bten horn i" the past. The experience of miaariMs of peop...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALL' HER FAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

ALL' HER FAULT. The meanest man on record i6 a farmer, notorious for his unfailing habit of grumbling at everything and on every occasion. He was severely attacked by inflam matory rheumatism, and was tender ly cared for by his long-suffering wife, who was exceedingly devoted to him in spite of his fault-finding dis position. She nursed him with all possible attention day and night, but sometimes as she sat at his bedside she was so overcome by the thought of his intense suffering that she would burst into tears. One morning an intimate acquain tance of the invalid called to see him and as was usual on such an occa sion, asked him how he was getting on. j . ' . "Ob, badly, badly !" he exclaimed with considerable pettishqess, "and I feel bound to tell you it's all my "wife's fault." "What !" exclaimed the friend in great astonishment. "Can such a thing be possible 7>" "Yes, it is," whined the patient. "The doctor haB told me repeatedly' that damp places are bad for me, and there t...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEAT,—Per W. Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

MEAT,—Per W. Rowe". j Side mutton—?d lb. Full leg -9cUb. Full four quarter—7d lb ' / Host roast—lOd lb. n ' Other roasts—9d lb. Spring lamb 1.U; jforequarter 9® f \„g lOd Kump steak—Is..1*2,. Boof steak—\jd lb. Stoak beef;. 9d lb in lump. Corn lK0ef— So, 9d and 10d pa? tb. "BoiV,iiS boeC—8« lb. •oausaj?<?s--8d lb. Tripe-* 811b Savelov;?—Ik per doi^en. Pork—10d per lb

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAMMA'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

MAMMA'S OPINION. The two girls were walking along «<• suburban avenue, talking about their best young men, of course. At least, one of them was. "Charley was up to see me last night," she said, with a twitter. "That's twice in a week, isn't it?' inquired the other. "Yes," and she blushed and-gig gled. "I suppose he'll come three tim®* in the nest week ?" "I suppose so." "And four times the next?1' "That's what brother Bays." "And five times the next ?" "That's what.sister says." ' "And six times the next ?." "That's what auntie says." "And seven ti.mes the next?" "That's what papa says." "And then what ?" , "Then we'll get married J that* what everybody says." "And then what ?" "Then I won't dee him any JR°re an evening; that's what »a®®a says." "Do you ttonk the English languaP will ever become a dead tongue ? "Of course, it will. It's being mur dered every day." 205S.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAFE SUPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

SAFE SUPPOSITION. A greasy road, a bicycle, and sn old man, as .elements in a situa tion is full of possibilities, and when to these is added a playful puppy excitement is apt to grow intense. On the occasion under notice the puppy evidently mistook the bicycle.* tyres for his own elusive tail. He scampered around it for a while, | with the consequence that the elderly i gentleman found that he was detach j ed from his bicycle, and that he was saluting the road in the amiable fashion of the far northern country, where they, rub noses. He was not delighted with the situation ; but the dog evidently was, for -he frisked around and barked joyously. "Did you fall,1 • mister ?" inquired the butcher's boy, who had viewed the performance. "Of course I did," said the elderly gentleman with some show of anger., "Ah." said, the philosopher aid, friend of the man of meat, thought you wouldn't have got down there just to play with the dog!"

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
B[?]LLIARDSS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

B.LLI4RDS. The following is the draw and handicaps of match in connection with tournament, at Athenaium 200 ; 1st prize trophy value 42s, 2nd trophy value 21s, 3rd trophy value 10s Gd, and result of games played to date :— Caudry 45 on beat T. Baxter 250bhd — 200 to V2-2 \ Jubber 50bhd beat Lawn 35 on—200 to 131 Woodward ecr beat Trengove 40 on—200 to 163 Lahn 15 on beat Duncan 15 on —200 to 138 W. Heron 20 on beat W Uren 30 on—200 to 198 Spencer 25 on beat H Uren50 — 200 to 142 Batty 35 on beat W. Rewell 30 on 200 to 125 IT. Huish 15 on beat S Blackmore 15 on— 200 to 185 Franzi 20 on beat Smith 63 on- 200 to 174 Apperly scr beat J Blackmore lObhd—200 to 163 " J Heron 20 on beat M'Farlane la on—200 to 188 A Griprg 20 on beat G Rewell 20 on -200 to 177 Sorner 15 on beat Martyr 30 on walkover I Hutton 35 beat Couchman 35—200 to 153 I Bryant sru- beat Precce 35— 200 to 166 I Stacey 70 on beat West 30 on walkover [ Chisholm 15 on boat Donnelly 35 walkover | Dabb boai KanKivoIl 00 on—300...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAINFALL, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

RAINFALL, January February. March April • May " ■June •July August September October November 1907 190S 1909 1910 1911 57 38 109 145 ' 50 ,161 40 i 16 "-22 2:7 6o 92 132 . 302 2; 9 .321 0 ■ 107. S '88 ■ 90, .223 :dS5 361 ■ 130 368 ~ 311-305 - 291 102 2!>iV 3GS 211 245 700 228 119 - 206 HO . 382 42 28d 81 200 161 234 . . 28 180 December. 32 7 (53 93, 217 January 1912—12 points. ; February 1912—"Sp rjointc,'^ March 1912—59.points , April—65 points : , - May—36 points. ' • ' June—277 points • July—323 points . Auguat—116, points-' September.—d82points V October—01 points • 260 253 165 100 273 40 . 20 263 December—-165 points 1913, , 1914 1915 1916 January • 13 •* 22 64 ■ 169 February 301 4 78 140 •U.irch . 45G - 137 7 1 April 158' '181 98 1-23 May 201 113 237 105 ■June 207 54 424 310 July 147 101 270 274 August 149 68 256 424 ' September 292 28 375 629 October 183 19 171 324 November 89 130 53 145 December 138 263 30

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Produce Market. (Per Uren Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations— [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

Maldon Pioduce Market. (Per Uren Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations— Onions—141bs for Is Wh^at— 5s 3d bushel Chaff—3s cwt Bran-Is Id bushel Lard—lid lb Butter—Is 2d to Is 6d per lb Flour—501bs Gs 9d 251bs 3s 6d Bacon—lid to Is 3d lb Chesse—Is lb Sugar—3s 9d dozen lbs Jam—61b tin 2s, 21b tiu Cheddar cheese--10d tin Eggs —lOd per dozen,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

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Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY MANIFEST, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

RAILWAY MANIFEST, Goods and parcels were lying at the local railway station to-day for:— Goods—West, Austin, Ray, Dabb Brooks, Calder; Parcels—Ktilght, Dabb. Beynon, Bell, IfOngstaff, West, Williams and Reweil, &1???bold > Pullan, Groves, fiaybitte?, add I Heory, ' s 4

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 14 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

Published Twice-a-Week. " l-IDEM SliRVO/ IVESbAY EVENING, NOV, li I Under the auaplces of the British !5d Foreign Bible Society, an ifested lecture will be giren in fe Temperance Hall this evening, B. Barrk, entitled—" In the I'iciSc and among the Victorian Stoops," Dr Sray will preside and ijood programme of illustrated Kg? wl 1 be gi«en by local taleo*, iiiiiiisloii is tree, bub a collection fill be taken up to defray expenses. 5'endsrs for clearing and grubbing k invited by the Shhe.Council tor ?chdns on Ohellew's road, Har M, retuaable at 12 noon ori Fri pvsexi, i Xquite wedding was celebrated 'S'r, Matthew's Church, Prabran, :21st October, by the Rev, T. ,S!orrs, when Mr Cyril Rodda send son of Mrs A. and the :.r M? Samuel Rodda, was died ia (lis bonds of matrimony Miss Myrtle Davidson, only agliter of Mr k> J. and the late h Elizabeth Davidson, of Mel ::urne. The newly married Sipieiinve taken up their address •'East Melbourne, - Offing to the meeting in the iterance Hall t...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. HINTS THAT WILL HELP YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

i Ladies' Column. HINTS THAT WILL HELP YOU. •Salt put on an ink-stain freshly | made will loosen tlie mart. Lemon-juice makes a good tute fot shoe polish it a few drops are well rubbed into the leather. • If copper pans are not very care fully cashed there is dangerthat they may poison the food cooked.m them. . When making mint sauce, add a lit tle brown granulated sugar to the mint and the choppms wiU t»« mud. easier, and more quickly accomplish-1 ed, too. If your oven will not heat, try closing doors and windows for half! an hour, even if it is rather ho . often makes all the difference, saves such a lot of coal. I When, baking potatoes grease them j first with a little butter, ' and when cooked they win do beauutuiiy oro n and crisp, with the nice glazed ap pearance that makes them look so | appetising. Never allow the flour-bin to stand on the floor. See that it is raised a few-inches from the ground, so that the air may circulate under it. The barrel may rest on two bricks,. an...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

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Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Onion Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

The Onion Cure. Few people realise the value of the onion as a food, and that in it are 1 found some of the most valuable and tonic mineral 6alts in the vegetable kingdom. • Onions are perhaps best known as, a cure for^insomania ; they also po6-j sees such cooling and diurctic pro- j perties that they prevent and soothe j the pains of rheumatism. i Moreover, onions are easily digest-; ed, stimulate the appetite, and are' nourishing. They contain sulphur. and other properties which stimulate! ; the activity of the stomach and aid | the digestion, and are a preventive of human parasites. tVell cooked they are an excellent ! and wholesome food for children, ! and those who feel a cold hanging about them should eat boiled onions. I Unlike most vegetables, they are ap- J petising when eaten alone, without I tbe aid of meat or gravy. I I It is, no doubt, the ofienBivenoss | i of the breath after eating them which! makes most people shy of the nutri-1 tive onion. By chewing a' coffce bean!...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 November 1916

CHUROH HUMOUR. ! i At a chapel prayer meeting in a :ertaln town a brother begat^ V-0 pray that, in the coming g^ltv ' after another of bis baye crowns given tb^m tQ *In a® ®teT.of#r®?: >)fVor he ended Su . %re'il be one for me, loo. Thou £D0West mv size—six andseve^.eighthS( 'mother occasion a preacher about to begin when a brother *eellngly offered prayer for him in the words—Lord, give him unction and give him gumption, for he j needs them both, ' A speaker, this time probably at a more secular gathering, was asked how he had got through a meeting. Well, he replied, it wu3 soothing, moviug, and safcie&c'ory. How was thot ? Wei1, it was tou'hing because half the audience went to sleep, it was moviug because the o'hsr bal/ went out, and it. was satisfactory because they didn't ask me to come again,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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