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HORSE SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 24 November 1916

HORSE SENSE. Choose the team as much as pos sible lor equal strength and pace, so that work will be equally divided.. Sec the horses' hoofs are " cut..into decent shapes, and have 110 long pro truding edges, or they cannot then*, be expected to step evenly. - r v,_ • Let the collars .lit,-well, .be clean and in good repair,, and the horses, allotted to the places best suited to their style on the --.ploughed ground.; .The willing horse 'gets itho most work; every time. , * -Bach'••-•'horse:- should have his own place at the feeder and be kept to it.: : -Morning and-:midday. feeds could be.- lighter , than . the - last one--in-the day. ; ; Make the mid-day. 0110 lig-lit-.in bulk and proportionately heavier with grain.' ^ ' Keep one-eye on .the. horses while they are feeding. If any slobber, or drop half-chewed - balls - of chaff;- or chew with seeming difficulty or ten derly, there is sure,to be some trou ble' with the teeth, and this, should be looked into. 'A long tooth,- per-v hap...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 24 November 1916

— . ,mn3 Day this year falls chS minv and both, the Tues l fO3 i Wednesday following are \ W Served as public holidays. .? b® i. /.pners in Daylesford 11,6 5 w\vaces have asked Mr 5n(1 n Chief Secrotarv) to obtain ^. l;-n to close tlieir shops on preceding Christmas, :!W iheni open late on Satur *nd n is found that there is no iVdotlns. as the Factory f' ,niv«ives the 'Minister for K inwer to fix closing hours vinently, and it has therefore !'erShoruv to deal with incidents ttns. There is, however, ?Styfiwdia any Act for Up,ping shops Open on a public fSv It is true that the owner t' have to pay higher overtime JfJe3| bnthe cannot be prose ISd. Shopkeepers may therefore &e public inconvenience by liin" thnir shops for the whole SiuntoSSth, 86th, or 27 th Pecembei" Yiig Windsor (N.S. W,) post office w had for its postman a Mr T. Sambridge for the past 81 years, "the present postman, ^r Thomas cii ridee,Uas been in the service -it U years, his father had «6 Lrc, and iiis grand...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 24 November 1916

r.KAD TUB : The ts m&kDOrt HEWS" Lead me uiafcrict Paper. ' GuaranUsd Laigest CircalRtioh of say Paper in District —also the Cheapest. Price—3s 6d per Quarter Only 3d weekly if taken quarterly Become a subscriber right away. Our PRINTING is the Best — TRY IT. CRITERION HOTEL. Mrs M. Musgrave (late of Germanton) ANNOUNCES that Bhe hae purchased the above well-known Hotel, and trusts by oivijity and strict attention to business to merit a share of public support None tut the best of Liquors and Spirits kept. First-class Billiard Table Miss Wilson, Fruiterer Confectioner Bifcb Strflpf. Maldoa Freeh Frail always in stock. None : bat best Coniectionery kept EOT PIES,, Tea and Oaffea at al! hours. "U-oder New Management, • THE POPULAR Kangaroo Hotel Thos. OGRADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to announce to the public of, MaJdon and surrounding districts j that he has taken over the above I well knowu and long-sstabliBhed Hotel, and trusts by civility, com bined with cleanliness and s...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 24 November 1916

MONUMENTAL ' WORKS G RA HAM ST., CA8TLBMAINE, Jiarfele and' 'Granite Monnme&ts' Of a! Descriptions always in Slock Lettering and General Repairs ;\>rrp.apondonce Promptly Attended to. Phone No 93. Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold 011 honor THY THEM Write to: quotations fojeaAs, delivered ac your nearest Railway Station, belo.v S3Vn>aattie prices ■ Best 1 raported D\yar£ Essex Rape, Hunter Kiver and other leading varieties of i,in-erne, Sorghums, Millets, - Turnips, the wonderful new folder Plant Silver Baet, an-1 B'iiith's famous straius ot Field Carrot and Champion Mangel. State approximately ijfrtiitines required. , ■„ „ Catalogues free. Melbourne Address—Box 168 GLP.O. GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est. 1868 'ittsi 8ii4 NOW SHOWING 41 m The Leading Drapers i all Departments Goods Imported Direct. Inspection Invited. •Novelties in all Departments (J.^eoaESS*?!* ATCre'ery & Hopkins Castlemaine ; : \ -■ - ^ ^ "■ : . - - -v • . ■ ^^ - Enlarg...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEAT,—Per W. Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 24 November 1916

MEAT,—Per W. Rowe. Side mutton—7d lb. Full leg-'Jd lb. Full four quarter—7d lb ] Best roast— lOd lb. Other roasts—3d lb. Spring lamb —lOd per ifa. .Lamb—Forequarter 9d, leg 10d Rump steak—Is lb. Beof steak—lOd lb. Sfceuk beof- 9d lb iu lump. Corn beef—8d, 9d and 10d por Boiling beof—fid lb. Sausages—8d lb. Trips—did lb Saveloys—is per dozen; Pojk—lOd per lb t

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 — 24 November 1916

Maldon Piocluco Market. (Per TJren Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations' Ooioas—l4lbs for Is Wli»at— 5a 3d bushel Chaff—3a cwt Bran—Is Id bushel Lard-l id lb • Sutter—Is 2d to Is Od per lb Flour—501bs 63 9d. 251bs 3s 6d J3acon—lid to Is 3d lb Chosso—Is lb. Sugar—3s 9d dozen lba Jam—-61b tiu 2s, 21b tin 9d Cheddar cheese—10c! tin Eggs— lOd per dozen,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOLASSES SAUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

MOLASSES SAUCE. Thi6 is a delicious sauce to servo with dough dumplongs or any simple bread pudding. Stale bread-rolls boiled and sent to table with molas ses sauce are very good indeed. He quired : A pint of golden syrup, or rather less, a tablespoonful of butter or margarine, the juice of a lemon, or a little vinegar. Boil these to gether very gently for twenty • min utes. | 'If liked, the sauce may be thickened with a small quantity of cornflour, mixed with a little cold water. It makes a nice accompani ment to apple dumplings, apple pud ding, suet pudding, etc. If bread rolls are utilised, throw them into rapidly boiling water ; keep up the boiling until the rolls are hot all through, then lift them on to a cloth to drain, and before sending to table pour a little sauce over them. If tied in muslin the rolls have a better appearance when served.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO KEEP MEAT FRESH IN HOT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

TO KEEP MEAT FRESH IN HOT WEATHER. Some time ago, I believe, I named certain precautions to be taken for keeping meat Bweet in very hot wea ther. The following method has been suggested, and, I am told, never fails. Presuming that the meat is absolutely fresh when bought—say on Saturday, for Sunday's dinner—wash it all over with weak vinegar and water, after which, slice raw onion and spread it on and under the meat. Before cooking, rinse it in cold water, so that no trace of the onion remains.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POTATO MAYONNAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

POTATO MAYONNAISE. A very small baked potato, one teaspoonful of mustard, a teaspoon ful of salt, one teaspoonful of pow dered sugar, two tablespoonfuls of vinegar, and rather more than half a cup of olive oil. Method*. Remove aDfl mash the inside of the potato, add mustard, salt, and powdered sugar, also one tablespoonful of vine gar. Stiz- the mixture well with a spoon, add the oil slowly and the rest of the vinegar.' By the taste, one could hardly believe that eggs are not used in the making of this dressing. It is excellent to serve with any cold flaked fish, arranged on lettuce leaves, or with cold boiled potatoes, cut into dice and mixed with minced onions.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MACARONI SAVORY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

MACARONI SAVORY. Ingredients : 1ft). tomatoes, 2oz. of breadcrumbs, Jit), macaroni, Jib. cheese, 1 pint white sauce, 2 table spoonfuls vinegar, seasoning. Cook the macaroni in fast-boiling water, then drain and allow to cool, cut into inch lengths, skin tomatoes, and grate cheese. Then grease the pie-dish with a little butter, put a layer of crumbs at the bottom of the dish, then a layer each of tomatoes, macaroni, and cheese alternately till the.dish is full. Make an ordinary white sauce, adding the vinegar, pour the sauce over the dish, and put in a moderate oven for half an hour till it is a nice brown. This dish looks more appetising if eaten cold turned out into a dish ; sprinkle the top with a little parme san cheese, and decoratc with parsley and short sticks of macaroni in the centre of the dish.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SODA CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

SODA CAKE. One pound of flour, a quarter' of a pound of margarine, four ounces of currants (well washed), six ounces of moist sugar, and one well-beaten egg, half a pint of milk just warm ed, a small spoonful of tartaric acid, and the same quantity of carbonate of soda. Rub acid and butter well into the flour, then the currants and sugar. Add the egg, stir carbonate of soda into the milk, and include the other ingredients. Mix and bake in a greased tin in a moderate oven for an hour and a half.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

Mining Notes South German Co—Reef In end o£ 1750ft level is oft wide, of nice appearance, showing minerals, value about odwts ; at 2750ft main level have been taking a stope off from north end of rise under north Inter mediate level, reef 6ft wide, showing minerals and free gold, values 8 to lOdwts; No, 2 stope over inter* | mediate level north, reef 3j4it wide showing minerals freely and little free gold, values 10 to 12dwts. No. 4 stope—Haye been rising for a stope in the mullock, and will be breaking stone from here during! coming week. j

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. BREAKFAST CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

Ladies' Column. -- • ■ * BREAKFAST CAKES. Required : Half a pound of flour, a | saltapoonful of tartaric acid, a salt- j spoonful of carbonate of. soda, aad a , quarter of a pint of milk. Rub the acid into the flour until well mixed, make the milk slightly warm, stir the soda into it, pour it into the "flour, which should be kneaded to a dough and form into four cakcs ; bake them in either a well-heated oven or over the fire in a greased, thick iron frying-pan for twenty min utes. When done cut the cakes open, butter and serve at once. Any left over may be eaten aB bread.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

Thursday, November 30fcb." i - At 2.30 pm, j Unreserved Sale ~by Public AucUorii *)□ account of the Union Cyanide _ Syndicate, on the ground, North Maldon; _ CATALOGUE—B vats 3 and tim ber in false bottoms, sump 14 x 9, sump S x 3J, 2 vats 10 x 3, 2 sumps in ground, 3 vats 2-12 tons and 8 tona in ground, quan tity of h.\v. timber, piping 2ing.i, piping I iin g.i, piping 2in b.i, spare piping, taps bends and plugs, 2 silver buckets, low down pump, hammers and scoops. 7 pioces wire netted fencing, odd fencing, poppet legs 80ft high with quantity oregon, two 1 chains each 3(jftlong, 3 tanks and cage bridle chains aad safety hooks, quantity second hand wire ropes, brick magazine and door all stone kilns ; all of the above vats are gelvanised iron of lieauy gauge aud vet y suitable for windmill tanks; 5 heavy oregon vats, Avery scales, bellows brace lamp, hammers No Reserve Whatever Terms Cash ; SOMES &DABB, (•John Somer,/Auctioneer) .. Salesmen, Maldoa a,od District CREDIT 60KCI...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Singing Shellfish. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

Singing Shellfish. • ! Contrary to the general belief, fish are not all dumb. Quite a number of them make some kind of noise. The common red gurnard of our coasts, on being hooked and hauled rudely out of the sea, will grunt loudly and indignantly, as a fisher man will tell you. It is a strange, croaking sort of noise, such as one might expect a young rook to make. Then there is a fish called the but terman, which is found off the Scot tish coast. This fish,'which is fat and comfor table-looking, about a foot long as a rule, makes a distinct hooting noise :from the back of his throat when "ianded in a net or ca'itfht on a long lirffe. A netful of these fish, ihc.igh they are rathar rarc; is som^l'mes caught, and when, they arc hauled in the chorus of sharp, siren-like hoots is very startling to a stranger. But in Ceylon there is a shellfish, a kind of mussel, which positively sings. In still weather, when the water has ebbed away from -the mussel-beds for a few( hours, these shellfi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REASON FOR HASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

REASON FOR HASTE. "Good morning, sir," said the young man, entering the old gentle man's sanctum. "I wrote you yes terday about—about your daughter, you know.'"' "I see," said the old gent, looking up from a bundle of papers ; perhaps you are the man who sent this ac count for fifteen pounds for her ne^ dress ?" / "No," said the young man, "that's not " "Ah !, I see ; then perhaps I ani owing you six pounds fifteen for her shoes ?" "No," was the reply ; "it's not that either." "Ah ! then perhaps it's five guineas for her new hat ?" "Not at all," returned the young man ; "the fact is, I want to marry her, and " "Thank goodnetx; !" exclaimed the old gentleman. "Take her qnick be fore the«e bills accumulate any fur ther." Traveller "How's your train vice here 7" . ■ Native of small town : "They ad vertise one train a day, bat you and mo know how tham there advertise ments exaggerate !" 20C0.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

Published Twice-a-Weck "FIDEM. SSR\;o,u J TUESDAY ii'fZiXIXG, AO I', t sag.^i , ■ ■ » Mrs Hartley, secretary of the branch o£ the Red Sross So desires to acknowledge the rec-g of the following ;—Girls Frie Society 1 pair sock, Mrs Marti pair sos, Hospital ami Red e Dance Committee £2{) lis 41, Oswald I pair of sock. The Matron of the Uqs; desires to thank all who dor cakes, cream, strawberries towards Hospital Sunday 'U noon tea," also the ladies who a ted at same, The weekly war iatercsssi service will tie held in the Con gational Church this evening, ^ an address will be elvea by tii; J, H, Pryse. I .. . . . Two Maldon boys Mined Seedsman and J. Hat Urn rsC2 succeeded in passing an esasn tlon for telegraph messengers, Lumbago for three Years—tue; man waB doubled up -with pai and was sometimes unalin ti so to his work. My huabard euftsrcd very iwalj Lumbago for three years, writes ii Sinclair, J 82 M'Crac-nt, Cen.If^o, Vij. pain used to strike him liyht in tin a o£ bis back, juat l...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Russia's Wonderful Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

Russia's Wonderful Railway. It waB Alexander III. who first re alized the possibility" of making a railway across the whole length of the continent, and in the year 1892 his son, Czar Nicholas II, laid- the first stone at Vladivostok. This was done in' order to guard the newly acquired territories of the valleys of the Amur and Ussuri from the inroad of other nations ; the railways would thus, facilitate the transport of his troops if necessary. It covers a dis tance of 6,000 miles from Moscow to Vladivostok. The Russian Govern ment voted £40,000,000 for its con struction, and it was completed in eleven years. It takes three days to reach Zlat oust in; the Ural Mountains. There is to be seen the famous "Stone of Parting." Could it speak, what a number of heart-rending tales it could tell. When criminals and poli tical prisoners were sent to Siberia, that "Great Lone Land" of the East, their friends usually bade them good bye in the presence of the cold stone. From Zlatoust the main ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

RAILWAY MANIFEST, Good? find parcels were lying at lbe local Railway Slatioa to-day for Goods—Babb, Roberts Parccls—Caw!ey, Reeaon, Knight, Lone, Dabb, Daviea, Moga, Sfeewes, Chisholm, Bunn and Richard

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Removal of Stumps. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

The Removal of Stumps. The stumps left on • a tract of tim ber land hav.e alwayB been a good deal of liability tQ those engaged in tho lumber industry, since it Jias been possible to remove tbem and put the land to use only at a pro hibitive cost. An entirely new de parture in the technique of stump re moval, which has recently had suc cessful trials on the land of a large Mississippi lumbering company, pro mises not merely to render the re moval of the stumps feasible, but actually to make the stump itself an asset. The "stump-burner" is really a portable charcoal oven and still. It is set up over a stump, and a burn ing process initiated, which continues till the" stump is entirely reduced to charcoal and heavy oils, and so both these products being recovered, when one stump has been thus treat ed, the apparatus is moved to the next one. The biggest obstacle in the way of settlement of the vast tracts of "Cut over pine lands in South America haq. been the cost of clearing the land...

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