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CHAPTER XXIII. A NEW NEIGHBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

CHAPTER XXIII. a xkw \nkiohbouu. LORD DELVINGTOlN' took Mrs;--' Hai-tland in to dinner as a matter of course. At a good many dinner parties lie had been to since the death of his 'cousin, he had discovered that the fact that he happened to be a marquis';: did not always conduce towards his personal amusement. Some hostesses were charming, no doubt, but 'n great many, of them were dull, and Mrs. -Hartland was certainly one of -the hostesses who were dull. . In his.opinion she was without exception, the dullest woman he had ever met, and she bored him nearly to distraction. She was a plain woman, and, he was a . decided admirer of beauty. . SIhj "simpered him and toadied him, and did not seem adverse to a flirtation in a heavy, oppressive kind of way. She was fat, fair, and forty; and could'oitly have been passable had she been j^ood natured; and as he discovered before dinner was over, that was the one thing she was not. Whether he would not have been able to tolerate Mrs. 1 fart lan...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

* MONUMENTAL WORKS GRAHAM ST. OA8TLBMAINE i *#{; Marble and Granite Monument^ • " • >< „ Of all Descriptions always in Stock. Lettering* and G-en.er&l Repairs 1 Oorrespoiideooa promptly attended to. Phone Ko, 93. ; _ Stop. Look. Listen, Griffiths Jft Brothers TEAS 'J SATISFY aSianofJI- Danaer •• But iktv* is no danger t« tfe# consum** ©£*o** G««d«, for.choy fc * •< . Absolutely .Pur*. and ^nai'AHtC'ed tt> be"o£ Firs* Quality. Oat - B»pKeaea**fcivt-~f\ STOCKLKY—wiil call on yo* m **y d tlm*> aw* g?T* yo« any further information Hewsary . . to «cc«rt ft trial of off Goods. Sampl« Po«3* Fr** iMacl railway «arriage paid. . • F: STOCKLEY, P.O. Castlemaine Ladies Tailorinq Costumes a Speciality £4 fco £6 10b Oents Suits /0s to .€5 5», Fit and Style Perfect A.Fiae TtanK* of Jtew Winter Goods jue'ijoptitipcl up, A !ars?e stock of Blue Twills and Costume Cloths..;- piace your orders now with E. FRANZI, Main St, Maid on _ Satisfaction CSruaranteed. For A...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

- f'* ■' f r c Y3-5& IDEAL PORRIDGE ME>X la food for age und youf/j. It 4,Ker to ditf«»t »o *gr«a«.bl®— •e nourishing and sustain srt- that iU u»« means health and-trangth. BREA»^,. F^ST D-LIGHT i* aa*ily ana* auickly prep»rad, *nd «o«ftr. { further than any othar maaK it is tha gr«t bona an* sriuscl® "buildar.; \ "THE MEAL THAT MELTS IN THE MOUTH." ... ' CO! I.KCT THE LITTERS coat»i«*<J i* - tkt Thty nream meaer <o v»a I .. .tu'tfmm all-, jiactcjs) ere worth 2/6 ».t; • Bb* set«'(front ^. packets) *re *oitk *et. 'Colon must ttot fce mutd. ajft.Jk*H». N»fW«i«l»t P«ck«t« >.1X GROCERS. Smith's Seeds are sold on lidrior try them: n'rflefarqujtutions fo\ied3, delivered ac your nearest Railway Station, below Ikibiaiai-i'ticeJ - J' Best Imported Dvrarf Essex Rape, Hunter River and other leading varieties of Lucres, Sorghums, IttiHets, Turnips, the wonderful new folder Phinfc Silvsr Baet, an l Sjcilb'sfamyiisstraiitfe.ol Field Carrot and Champion Hangel. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

ibb coax or Thick of thaaott otnagWatinf jmi kidneys—it oe*B§ ibalyw «w *!!•» iog kidnay poiscme to accumulate i* Ik* eystem, and Uiesa poiaona oanaa violent pains m the back, dropsical iwillingt, nrinary ditorders giavei, stoif, rhenma* tism, goat, lassitude, sleeplessness, inclination to worry, exoesaiye thirst, neatalgia, The genome Doan's Backache Kidney Fill* iflBlora to etiaiued, ovarworked kidasjs, Iheii fall power ofaarglng them from the system. Bead tbia caie: Mrs J, Ward, Pirker Btreat, Caaile* maiuo, a&ja A. momkar of my family suffered a lot from backaobe and was at timoa almost beat doabla with the pain. The kidney secretions wera also afledtad. being thick and cloady. After coffer ing ia tbia manner for some time, a friend hearing Doan'a Backaobe Kid* ney Pills well spoken o! advised ua to try them. I got a bottle at once and they g&va r^'eif very quickly, and by tim* seven bottles were aacd &ill signs or kidney trouble bad entirely gone, Twelve...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Maldon Presbyterian Church. Kitchener Memorial Service. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

ttMei Ptmyttrim IHrol, Kitchener Memorial Service. A. largely attended and impree* sive memoiial service in. honour of the late Earl K^ene^.was held in the aboy^V«fciir4h t last Sunday morning^'The pulpit rans and reading desk draped in blacky, yH^h &'l)rofuftipn of white flowers and. ribbon, which, while relieving .the efiect of the black, added dignity ana chasteness to the arrangement, Appropriate hymns were sung and an impressive sermon was preached by the pastor Cthe Kev J, S. Thompson). In the course ; of his remarks the rev. gentleman !said that to-day the ! people throughout tha great Brit | ish Empire were bowed in ^ or row and awe before God, who by th | stroke ox- His inscruitable Provr \ dence had removed from us tae great leader, helper and dehr&rer in who .n w$ li$& trusted, When I this calamitous war hroke out the eyes of the whole nation had in stinctively and confidently turned to the late Eari Kitchener as the one man who could lead the na^o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) ONLY A FLIRT. PART NINE. CHAPTER XXII. A POOR MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) BY MRS. JOCELYN. Author of "Drawn Blank," "A Regu lar Fraud," "Pamela's Honeymoon." PART NINE. CHAPTER XXII. A Poor Man. BUT Julian Harrington looked down quite gravely into the bright faec upraised to his. m. ... Her whole air was fascina mc'".- ting; but it jarred, and what she had sung jarred also. ' I do not care much for that song,' he sSid quietly. . : . ' I thought you would not,' she re turned, calmly. ' So I made it as short as I could, by missing out the middle verse about the soft brown eyes. You see for one thing, niy eyes' are blue.' . Do not hurry away, Sybil.' _ ' C0tll'no ^to:a stShdstilFafc;^ ' Because I aui going away to-morrow, and 1 want to' say something to you before I go,' replied Captain Darrington. • He had been standing with his back to the fire in the hall when he had first spoken. He now 'advanced and. met - her half-way between the fireplace and the staircase, {is she returned at-his bidding. ' Let us go into • Miss Desmond's sitti...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

! /'bilblftiiiK. The chilblain-is a slow inflammation of the 9kie or tho hands or feet, attended with swelling, itching and binning pains. Weak circulation of the blcod is th • principal cause. People with imperfect bio ">d circu lation ganerally Bufler ffom cold feet and cjUI bauds, and if they put thorn into cold water and then near a lire the chilblain will be formed. If jvn suffer from cold feet, rub them frequently with Dr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, It will stimulate the circulation, and the chilblain will thus be prevented. If Cailblains are formed, bathe with Dr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment., and then cover theparis with a piece of el-.ith on which Dr Shrldun's Magnetic Liniment, has been put. It. will immediately relieve the itching, s-Iingiog puns- I'rice Is Cd and :>;. Obtainable every, Arbor Day was celebrated at the local State School this morning, when lessons were given on tree planting and the uses of imported timber. .A! number of trees were planted round the ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

Mining Notes • —' ' V 1 1 Following are the crushings c'eaued up at the local Government battery during the week—Jones & Halfpennuy — " Anzac" Gully (Carlisle reef)-—.11 ions for 14oz 1-Udwts smelted gold ; Anuand & Thomas (Sandy Creek find)—12 tons for 5oz 1 Idwts smlted gold ; T. Jones Is now crushing a parcel of 9 cons from (he Eag'ehawk 'ease.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Sporting Notes FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

; ' i; ' FOOTBALL, • A-rvtngenients. are being- made to p!?.\ a match at Baringhup on Saturday, 2-Jth in.->t , against the Maiden juniors, in the Recreation Reserve there, commencing at -3.30 p.m., the profits of which will be devoted to the school patriotic fund. The team to represeut Bar iughup will be selected from— Lillie 3, Smith 2, Gallagher 2, Neilson 2, Slatter 3, ISTiveu, Krake, Matthews, Broadfoot, Coutts 2, Wood, Tomlsiui, aloore, Skinner and ISforris, Maldon's team will be chosen from—Baxter 2, Ralph 2, Stancombe, Nesbitt, Rewell 2, Cook, C. ^rigg, Bnker, Seedsman 2, Bowen, Jenkins, Howe, J. Black more, Stevenson, Hales, Francis, O'Leary, Penrose, Trengove. After the match tea will be provided in <he Library Hall, and in the even ing a dance will also take place, All those desirous of undertaking the trip are lequested bo notify Messrs Baker or Nesb'tt cn or before Wednesday next, A meeting *)f those interested in playing a series of foo1 ball matches, In a...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

EAJT WAY MANIFEST: Goods and parcels were iy\!fls? 3.t the local railway station co-daf for,— ; Goods — Brook*, O'Oraily, Scott, Tiowo, >1 Arthur, Oswald G.M-: I'mi, Moor<3, London, Cuklcr, Baxter, Uobertson. Parcels—Dickson, .lones Batty' DoidgOj ^bdnl Kliann. Smith. C'ollard, Matthews, pabb, Narikivdl, Crascy. Gonsal, Grey, jjotfroaJii Ye:\man.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

FOR SALE or TO LET-That 'well known freehold Property off Station Street, known as Molar's, 14 acres of land, splendid house of 6 rooms; buildings and every convenience. Apply Mrs M. Horrigan, Station-st,..Maldon. ' ; Baringhup 'Football Club. T^OOTBALL MATCH will be played in X the Recreation Reserve, Baringhup, on Saturday, 24th June, commencing at 3 o'clock. .-Tea at 6 o'clock—sixpence. ,:PAI{QF! at § Q'flpck. Admission — Genas 6<3, ladies free. Proceeds for the j State School Patriotic Fund. ] TR« Sunday Services. aiETriODlSl CHURCHES Fountain-street—Morning and evening -Roy W, R Jones. Barker-st —Morning, Mr Chisholm j C O NG R K GAT I ON A I, CHURCHES Treacher —Rev G- Kius*; subjects Morning—Hie Prayer Life of the Ohurch; evening—The Condition upon which we 'receive Divine Blessing. Visitors heartilv welcome MA'' DOS BAPTIST CHURCH Morning and evening -Rev Pryce Visitors welcome. P BE8BYTERHN CFlUllCrl, Maldon Maldon 11 a m and 7 p.ra—Evening subject —Will there be ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

' - V „i.-v: WILLIA-MS -On tiio 1-Itli June, at hi* rcsidcncc-'ia PlKcnijci- Streflfcv Maldou, James, tho belo wi Ixusljaiiu'of Mnrv. A, Williams, and l"ving •father of Frank.and Hilda ;:.agod 7.6 years. Air J, Butcher,- of Maldpu, is in receipt- of letters from>-his 'brothers (Norman and Percy), who are in the fighLiug Hue in France. 'Both were well at the time of writing, and consider it worth while to enlist just to have a look .at France itself, and the girls are a great attraction, They wish to be remembered to inquiring friends, i At the Porcupine State School a dance will take place this evening, particulars of which are advertised elsewhere. A coach wiU leave the flank Corner for the concert at 7.30, and those wishing: to attend should be present at tkaf hour, Mrs G. Leach, ol Lawrence Street, had the misfortune to fall down some steps at her residence yesterday morning, with the result that she received severe cuts and bruises about the face. The painful injuries were at...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

*1 Brouchiiis Efifietively Cared by Dr Sheldon's Hew , Discoverv, *..tuU'5 ';»7, Willie," hid Brouchitis rr tTEr iir-ee kis birth," writes Mrs h\\<Smith-stree^ Surry Hills, j Yjr'oad a tertible wheezing, ".nd j Iwi tos^ed Ins little icce would i ty/.'i?Pl,nd his c-yes would nearly jump l!; 'tod. Ha would shake all OTer 'fss to huifl. 1 v?as afraid it i ^„u.Uo TO his 5nnss.it had such a • 5 tried di&ront cough cuTee, ^t-jr tu\SECm to improve in tba ieari. Pf0: ^ttle fellow could i W ?> 1)2 iv:a so hoarac. .-1 wa3 ^.vj^Jl^^iaeadtd to Dr Sheldon's] tUo-.;'V,e7>nn'1 M it was my last ray i rotRb"iHeaad afUr tnlsing a feu|„ "6 ^'1:= quiio a tiiilore^t child- If M • ( 1,1 r 1 time, :iuy n-'uding one j t'f j, '"e '-urehim" ! * ', iS"overy Is sold at " ' •> everywfceie. ; -Atiihe^on ttily tries-tlag?«$$[:the Atheoseum committee pu Tuesdaj^' evening last,'it was -re^brted thai the receipts were excep'.ionaliy '--jbocl, the takings from fhc biiil rd ' averaging £2 1...

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Maldon Higher Elementary Class Subscription List. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

Maldon Higher Elementary Class Subscription List. Amt previously acknowledged: £26 15 J. T; Allen " T\ Brooks W, Fogarcy ... DrGray ; ... J, Somer ■■■■'*'. W. Latus ... .vr • A, M'Farlone... . W. Uren ... A- E. Ilouse ... C. M'Arthur ... - ' , A. Forbes ... . F. M'Farlano ■ J. Laity Jas Y. Allan ... Rup Webster ... S. Walker ...' -Mrs S. Beynon J no "ones T. Skewis Bobfc Brown ... v' ■ - < W. Wood VV. Pearcs .R, .London . J Mavson Mies Lewia .<• E, 'Lloyd ... M, Dunkin ... . II. Gilniour F. West- ... . ' ■ W. Bowan 1. Ktacey W. Grigg John Morris ... Jas M'Knight A. Leach ••• Xol.'.il to date ... - £i0 1$ <> Further donations aM aslwd for( and should bo sent- in at once. ■ 26-15 0 1 1 0 1 1. 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0' 0 1 0 0 •0 10 6 <J 10 6 o 10 t> 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 Q 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 4 0 0 2 6 0 2 G 0 .2 6 o a 6 C 2 <*• 0 2 a

Publication Title: Maldon News
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MALDON STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 June 1916

. MALDON STATE SCHOOIv.' ] The coiiimittee of the above deBire to acknowledge with thanks the following additional donation's- towards the sum of £50 required by the Govt towards the establishment' of a Higher Elementary Class at'Muldon, and as or.lv a few more pounds are required it is to be hoped that residents will not- be backward in com pleting the list, which is for the benefit of their children and the rieiug generation, and this opportunity should not be missed by them. .

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Any Old Bones. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

Any Old Bones. * ■ Bones arc not wasted. The chief product is glue, and among other ma terials which are obtained from them are soap, 'glycerine, and fertilizers. After being carefully separated by workmen they are soaked in a weak solution of sulphuric acid. From the soaking tanks the bones emerge white and perfectly clean. They are then placed in steam tanks, where, after being subjected to a pressure of steam for several hours, a trap-door is opened at the bottom of the digester, as it is call ed, and the liquid glue that has been extracted, is drawji off. The liquid glue "is partly evaporated and a por tion is allowed to harden for com mercial use as glue, and a part is j refined and sold for gelatine for table ] use. Floating on the top of the ; glue in the digester is a quantity of j fat that has been also extracted from { the bones by the steam. This is drawn oil into cooling tanks, where in its crude state, it is made into | scouring soaps. By refining and add ing vegetable ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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How Bees Keep Warm. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

| How Bees Keep Warm. The bee upholds his reputation for' industry throughout the winter as well .-is during the summer. Being •susceptible''to cold, the hee must turn to his colony for warmth. Commun ism, which in bees is so highly de veloped in the storing of food and: caring for the young, is also the basis for the heating system. It. was 'found by experiment 1 that only the' shell of. the cluster, made by the bees in cold weather is compact. ; This: is? formed by one to. several layers of bees • all solidly arranged with their heads inward, their hairs interlacing. TJiis . arrangement is perfect for/cfon eervatibn of the heat within. Ex-^ cept for an occasional shifting of po-' sitipn' the1 bees forming the' shell, are' quiet. *!But; within the shell strange things"are, going oh. It is here that' the heat is gener ated. ;And the antics are not unlike our'own'when we aro cold. The bees are packed loosely within the shell' so that there is plenty of space for many bees to bo exerc...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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"Too Old at Forty!" [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

"Too Old at Forty!" The cry of "Too old at forty !" has—in one sense at any rate—got its i deathblow. The late Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace, O.M,, issued one of his biggest and I most learned books when he had j passed hit; ninetieth year. | He actually write four big books after he passed his eightieth year ! Tennyson was remarkable both for the quantity and quality of the work he did in old age. He wrote that supreme lyric. "Crossing the Bar," when past eighty. One of his most famous poems, "Locksiey Hall," waB written when he was a mere boy of two-and-twenty, and its sequel, every bit as fine, sixty years after, as its ! title. shows. ) Mr Gladstone had reached his 80th year when he was called to undertake ! the Premiership of the greatest Em pire in the "world for the fourth time, j There is much truth in the old say ing that a man is just as old as he feels, and many a man feels as youngv at eighty as another does at thirty, and the' former is often a .better man than the latter, ...

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Parks as Big as Countries [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

Parks as Big as Countries^ Naturalists have expressed a fear that, with the exploitation of the waste places of the earth, the big ger wild animals, especially if they are more trouble than they are worth like lions, tigers, the rhinocerouB and i the bjppo, will be crowded off the map by all-encroaching man. There is reason in this fear, and however much the tiger or the jag uar, say, or even the great snakes, may be disliked, yet there is a senti ment in the world against rendering any species extinct. This idea, with others, has led to the establishment of great national parks, which are really game preserves. One of the largest of these is in Canada, and is called Jasper Park. It is a land of lake and river and mountain between tho Saskatchewan River and the Yellowstone Pass. It is nearly as big as Wales, and is the haunt of bears and elks, of bevers and skunks and foxes, and its rivers j teem with fish. There is room for them, and a few ! more visitors as well. | Then there is t...

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Crooked Straits. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

Crooked Straits. It '■ : V :—;—. .It would be hard to. determine which are the most famous, straits in the world. ■ The PillarB of Hercules— the ancient name for the . passage from the Mediterranean to the'outer iOcean, and which we call "Gib"— ;would; probably get most votes." . But perhaps the most romarkable and intricate strait in the world is' likely to be chucked on the scrap'-: iheap.^Its day, which . began late'iri history, is almost over. The Panama Garial* has diverted most of its .traf fic, and will presently'= divert much more. The ;famo*us'"expofer~' Magellan was the first man >,to brave the dan gers of this : tortuous passage. He did. it in a windjammer, but as a rule only steamships follow in his train, 'it'is .too crooked .'a strait for the'sailing-ship*. , . In;the first1: place,- the > Straits.,of Magellan are four hundred miles long. They are'as twisty and bendy as a serpent or an eel, fyid. in, 'places they are flanked with snow-capped moun tains, seven tho...

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