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A USEFUL CONTRIVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

• A USEFUL CONTRIVANCE. "That necessity is the mother of invention" is an established axiom that no one attempts to dispute. In cottage homes the cooking utensils J are never very numerous, and have i to serve in turn. Stress is laid on the value of steaming as preferable to boiling, and there are many rea sons to justify the opinion expressed. If you boil a pudding, and the water stops boiling, it soaks into the pud ding and spoils it. Again, vegetables boiled lose some of their valuable salts ; more might be written on the subject, but I leave it with this hint to those who do not possess a pro per steamer. A tin colander costs only a few pence ; get one to fit your stewpan, put the food to be steam ed into the colander, and the colan der into the pan half-full of boiling water. Cover carefully to keep in the steam, and let the pot boil all the time, adding more water if necessary to keep up the supply. The young chap-- who was talking of food adultenvtiQ&: remarked : "It'...

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 — 28 November 1916

Maldon Pioduce Market. (Per Uren Broa, Maldon) Latest Quotations-* mv.,vu* %|uvvuviv/UO Onions—I41bs for Is Wh»at—5a 3d bu«hei Chaff—*3s cwt Bran-Is Id bushel Lard—lid lb Btitter—Is 2d to Is 6d per lb Flour-501bs$ii 9d 25lbB 3s 6d Bacon—lid to la 3d lb Ghesse—lB.lb Sugar—3s 9d dozen lbs Jam—61b tin 2b, 21b tin 9d Cheddar cheese—JOd tin Eggs -lOd per dozen,

Publication Title: Maldon News
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"How's That Umpire?" TIPS FROM THE WICKET FOR LIFE'S GREATEST GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

"How's That Umpire ?" + TIPS FROM THE WICKET FOR LIFE'S GREATEST GAME. One can still sec a cricket match occasionally, and I was watching one the other day—a match between two famous corps. I couldn-'t help think ing how like life a cricket match was, and what a lot of good tips one could get for the other game. For instance, every time the bowler turned on his heel to run up to the crease the whole of the ten fielders went down with outstretched hands, ready for anything that might hap pen. Then the way the bowler varied his attack seemed to me a great object lesson for business men. He tried all sorts—slow, curly, swift, yorkers, googlies, and donkey-drops. He kept the batsmen guessing all the time. He was using his brain as well as f hi6 hand. The batsman struck me as a model of the way to face difficulties, troubles, and trials. He met all the bowler's tricky balls with a straight bat. He was determined to keep his end up, to keep his wicket intact, to let nothing pass him if a ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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A Soap Famine. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

A Soap Famine. The increasing demand for soapj throughout the civilised world raises the question of a possible famine in that commodity. The world's increasing cleanliness presents a weird problem to those who deal in soap. The average yearly consumption of soap for every person in Britain is estimated to be as much as 21!b. America comes next, and other Ku ropean » countries use less and leas until one comes to Russia, with a 2tb a year consumption per head. But the trouble seems to be that we are all increasing our demands for soap. This advance is illustrated by available figures proving that while in 1900 the Bulgarians, for instance, bought 315,000 kilogrammes of soap, in 1911 they imported 2,138,000 kilo grammes. In 1900 Britain exported 43,630 tons of soap. In 1910, 74,712 tons were ex ported. England sends to China about 6,620 tons a year ; to South Africa, 6,311 tons ; to the East Indies, 14,806 tons, to other British possessions, 17,767 tons ; and to other countries, 21,8...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL AS A STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

USEFUL: AS A STANDARD. Among the clerks in a busy city office is one who seems to be almost an idiot. He can never do a single thing without making a mistake. "Why on earth do you keep that fellow ?" a friend asked the head of the firm one day. "He is a perfect fool at the work.'" "Well," replied.the other the truth of the matter is that he is one of the most -useful men on the Btafl. Before I issue my general orders, I get him to read them over. If Ha understands what I mean, there is nn fear of anyone else misunderstanding it."

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. AN EXPENSIVE BLESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 November 1916

WISE AND OTHERWISE. - ' AN EXPENSIVE BLESSING. Silence reigned in the luxuriously furnished room where young Poore leigh was asking a rich old manufac turer !6r the band oi hiB lair Kthel inda. The lover . waited in deadly anxioty for this great and inestimable hlesR ing to be granted to him. He loved Ethelinda, but he felt that ha was no match for her. Then the old man spoke, slowly and thoughtfully : "But, my dear boy, I'm afraid tou couldn't support her." "I'm not rich," replied the pleader ardently ; "but I'm not doing badly. What makes you think I couldn't support her ?" The fair maid's father sank wearily back into hiB armchair. "The difficulty I've had in doing it myself," he replied frankly.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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RINGWORM IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

JUNG WORM IN" CATTLE. King-worm is a skin disease com monly found in fat tic, and the shape of the patchos in the afToctcri part are doubtless responsible for the name of the disease. They are irregular in shape, al though of a circular type, and vary in size from half an inch to some inches. The hair from the parts af fected has disappeared, and the skin is thickened and scaly. The skin i? affected frequently round the eyes. Heing contagious, steps should be taken to combat it. theVe being several methods of treatment. . Firstly, ^he patches should be well soaked with soap and warm water, and a brush should be used to re move the dried scales or crusts, thoi; instrument to be .sterilised after each animal has been treated. Then fol low with such treatment as the fol lowing :— Carbolic acid and glycerine in the proportion of one and ten parts, to be applied every other day, rubbing it on the affected part with the hand or with a cloth—or tu»e iodine oint ment, to be applied every ot...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. IMPACTION IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

r- ~ — I THE FARM. f IMPACTION IN SHEET?. " With regard to impaction in sheep, Mr. H. W. Ham, for many years shocp expert under ■ the Victorian Government, recommends the follow ing :~ l>rench from time to time those sheep looking: very hollow and ofT their feed, with 2 or.s. Kpsom salts in mild eases, to 4 ozs. in old sheep, in I pint of water. For stud sheep, or farmers' breeding ewes near a homestead, 2 to 4 oxs. Kpsom salts, ± lb. molasses ia i pint of hot water. 1 n a dry time impaction is bound to be prevalent, and whether the stoppage is caused by old dry grass, dry inferior chaff, thick water or dirt picked up with oats, or burrs, etc., the necessity for a drastic hand drench is the same, and in some eases a second one a few days after must be given liefore relief in brought about. In this case, and following Epsom salts, 2 to 4 o'/-s. of warm castor oil or 2 to 4 ozs. of raw lin seed oil, warm castor oil for pre ference, may be given. This is prefer able to following aga...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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GAS TRACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

GAS TRACTORS. _ Possibly the. term gas tractor, should be. confined to the large ma chines designed for pulling gang ploughs and other implements an'! machines, -but the term' seems just as applicable to the smaller machine; that arc known to some as auto ploughs or auto-cultivators. These light-weight implements arc hound to come into quite common use with in the near future. The destruction of horses by the war. has been terri fic, and tho loss promises to con tinue for some time. It would bo im possible to replace these animals for a long term of years, no matter ho.-' tempting prices might become. Kvcn if there had been no destrur tion through war, the need of trac tion power on the farm would hair grown greater because the price oi feed has been making horse-powv a henry charge upon production oi vegv'tables and other farm crops. Jf ha!) of the skill which has htrn ap plied to the perfecting of motor-cars had been. used in - development nf I light tractors or .self-propelled fa...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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THE FOAL AND THE WORKING HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

THE FOAL AND THE WORKING HORSE. 1 (By Mr. Marriott, S.A.) Do your best to get the brood mare mated early to a sound, suit, j able sire, so that our young holier may have the best chance at th«. .spring grasses, which ought to part good health and development I think regular work without strains or knocking about —work tha' she has l>e<'n accustomed to— is mom of a lienefit than otherwise to a mart? iti foal. When approaching tho time of foaling soe that she is in <!.• rent condition, not too [at or ton lean, and put her in a cleared and handy paddock with enough green fodder to eat, or failing green stuff good dry feed mixed with such open ing food as bran, etc. •A mare with an early foal ran take an easy shift during harvest operations, but see that the foal is jiecure in a good yard while the team is working, for many serious acci dents have come about through foals running to their mother' and tang ling up the team. In handling youngsters, it is good to s...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Holy Trinity Church. INDUGTION OF REV, E. S. YEO, Welcome to the New Vicar. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

Holy Trinity Church. | INDUCTION OF REV, E. S. YEO» | Welcome to the New Victr, | There was * targe attendance at , the above church on Wednesday. evening, when the new incumbent, the Rev, Ernest Stanley Yeo, was inducted to the charge of the parish by Archdeacon Bishop, of Kyneton. The Re?, M'Coy (acting vicarj as sistedin the service, ana the Rev Watsford, of Eastvlllo, was also present, The service was opened with a processional hyma, ana the sermon was delivered by Archdeacon BIThe preacher took for his text 1st St John, 6 and 7 vet sea-" There was a man sent from God, whose name was John ; fhe same came for a witness, to bear witness of the Light, that all men through him might believe." We are here to* night to receive one whom God has sent to carry on the work In this parish. God banded His Commis sion on to the apostles, and they in turn gave authority to others io continue the work, and God prom* ised to be with them til. ^hs end of the age: The fitst pati of the text say s...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) TREASURE FOUND —A BRIDE WON. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) TREASURE FOUND -A -T BY GEORGE E. GARDNER, '.'synopsis of previous pakts. Charles Tremaine, a rising young j lawyer, is surprised at receiving- a r "visit from his old schoolmate, Jack V' Harding', who, recounting his ex periences mentions how, since leav ing school he has followed the sea as a means of livelihood. lie rjlatcs thai on one occasion, being ship-" .wrecked, he and, some of the crew v were cast upon an -uninhabited jeland in the South Pacific.'Whilst there he discovers hidden treasure of enor mous value, , the knowledge7 of .which lie pkeeps f^pm hisy.cfompanions. ... ,11a eVerttiiallj'fiarrives f at Melbourne,: wlicrc hci'falls in 'love- with "Klore'nce - ; Winter; the beautiful daughter of an old friend ol his 'father. Mr.( Win ter refuses to give his.consent to ihc marriage .until Harding is able to support, a wife ashore." With that de termination^ he makes; up his mind to recover the treasure, and sails for ICngJaml, where he in I ends, to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

THERE IS ONLY ONE SANDEU KXTUAOT, anil that is why the people insist on getting it, amd why they reject tho many inferior substitutes and the cheap and frequently harmful " jnsfc as good.' The GKNCriNJC SAN DEU EX TRACT ia free from the objectionable quali ties of the common eocalyptus oils aacl the eo called ^extracts." SANDKIi'S EX., ThACT is the moBt powerful antiseptic and healing remedy that- cao ba used with safety —it prevents and eurea all infectioug dig. eaEea—Influenza, Colds, Fever, Small-pox, j Diphtheria, Flatulence, Dyspepsia, Diari j hcea, Dysentery and Kidney troubles j SAN DER'3 EXTRACT applied to Ulcers, Burns, Sprains, Cute, irritable, Itching and j fn flamed Skin, gives immediate relief and ' cores permanently. 3 JropB in a teaspoon ful of Codliver Oil it a specific for chronei 1 laag affections—Bhea&if*' ism is quickly j dispelled by it. Reliability, efftctiyaness and safety are the great attributes of gANDBB'S EXTBACT. | For Printing of all descriptions...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

:.p 'M irjavevening a Cinderella Q$Sa? be held in St frigid's Oi/jtf"', r the management oi in aid oi the iolHe V 'nectiou with St Patrick's »aftlol Match. Soft & sr°.j ice-cream wll! be ob Ef®', .1'be hatl, and tie P'ice ^ 1S' I .„ Ri-iimond, of Barine! '> ■$, on l'™! for sale a full ^BcCormack & Deering ,,, p.' -o h'-nder twine, &c» *?Svt 1 Pnite end Carbuncles. , Si as litllo pimples. . If Dr I Mncinetic Liniment is welt time they will disappear 5 no further trouble. If a boil 'Toped, blood and matter nmatbe ^ ' ^nt anci the wound dressed with r4 Ma«Doiic Linimont. Persons 1 f from foils shbuld rub the parts ""1 thoroughly twice a day with Dr I, iSa Magnetic Linimont, This will v rhfi rrrov.'th of a whole crop of t/p&lTtld and 3s. Obtainable irphere, VL and Mrs J. KUiott ha^e been that their son, lieutenant Vd'Elliott, has been wounded France (second occasion), f:\fjss .Dorothy Jones, daughter "•the Key s- and Mrs 3°nes« * \faldon, has succeeded...

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COAL, STRIKE ENDED, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

COAI, STRIKE ENDED, After a conference with the assessors from both sides ami other representatives of tlio parties, in tho coal dispute, Mr Justice Kdmunds annouooed the result yesterday afternoon in the "following terras Tho secretary of the Minora', Federation ia sonding word at once to! tho miners throughout tho wholo of the Commonwealth that tho mines are to ba got rca"y for the immediate resumption of work, so that work may ._be resumed in all the mines throughout the Common wealth on Monday uext, or as ioon thereafter as possible. Xlie resumption of woik in ordered, upoii the basis of ei«Ut hovirg bank to bank as cUimecj by the niinei fi. All other mattera in dispute are to be dealt with aftor the resumption of work in the mines, For the pecuniary loss involved in giving effect to this—if any—all proprietors are to receive com penaation when that; loss—if any—faa» been ascertained. I expect that the othar matters in dispute will be dealt with by me."

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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

: CH.rPTER XI. k And a bat tic it. was. ; 'The . storm was peculiar in that, while never rising to, the force of a hurricane, it constantly threatenedto do so. The brig was in^ no immediate peril,. but she^required the most "careful watch ing. Although he* said nothing'; I was convinced, by the glances which ho occasionally cast, aloft, that ' Jack was regretting having" replaced all . the spars which we had lost-near the equator. But it wax no time to -lament over what might have been done. We knew how the ' Janet'act ed in bad weather," 'and her .terrific rolling did not alarm us-so much as it otherwise might. ' The short day wore slowly away. \Ve\were now in low latitudes, and were driving/ south rapidly. Dark ■ness came on early ; at, four o'clock, no; midnight was ever blackerf Four j days thus passed; during which the : gale biew without a' sign o/ cessa tion. Of course, :no observation was {Vossible,' and our latitude was only a matter of conjecture, but the cold, which daily...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

RAILWAY" MANIFEST. t»ood.- and parcels wre bing at the local Ksiiway Station to-day for ; — Goods—O Keefo. Brooka, Wells, I>abb, Hay, Uren. Berrymau, Huberts, Page, London, Linvis, Oswald, Grigg, Godonzi, Alien, Yellaad, Seedamau. Rumbold. Parcels—TobiD, West, Kumbold, Buna. DunHu, Haslem. Daviea, Dickson. Bryant, Cnllen', Kui^ht, Somer, M'Mounomin, Dabb, Williams, Ponrospj Wood, Bryeon,, BicliardsoD, Brooks, ;

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PART SIX. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

PART * SIX. CHAPTER X. V . The sea had become very, heavy, and the brig having drifted . half a mile or.more to ilecward, the men had a hard pull to. reach her. Mor gan, who .'showed no signs of ' ex haustion from his struggle? and - T each took an oar and aided in the work, while Jack baled .out • the water which occasionally poured in< o 1 the boat. The 'Janet' was making towards us, but the wind was not favourable, and the attempt? did not amount to much. v The sky had an ugly look, while away to the north lowered a mass of dun-looking clouds. . There was the "feel" of a storm in the air, and as' we climbed the great rollers which * the tfqrth wind was tossing up, we ^cast ,many. a longing glance; toward<j the brig, and heartily wished our selves" aboard. At last we» drew up alongside, scrambled to, the, deck', and hoistccf the boat tp\ its davits.• Wc jvere plainly in ;for some Heavy weather,- but/the/Jatiet'' .seemed a fortress of strength and safety, as t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

PielimJnary Notice. j GAKE & ICE-CREAM FAIR in eon- I nection with Congregational Church I in Shire Hall, December 28th. J Temperance Hall, Maldon. 1 RAND CITAliACmi EVENING JT and Novelty Entertainment on WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13. Competitions—Persons to enter the hall masked, and a prize will be giyen to person who guesses most names of persons masked. There will also be a 10s trophy for best sustained charac ter after unmasking, and various other competitions. Good Programme by leading local talent Admission— Adults or children (including supper) - One shilling. 1'OXING DAY Annual .Races (Unregistered) at Campbell's Creok, ne*r Cnetleraaine Part proceods for Charities. Programme — Trial Stakes, 4sovs, 4 furlonga Novelty Pony face 4sovs, h tnile Flying Handicap 6soys, Sfr.rlongs Of en Handicap Trot as ova, 2 miles Campb'tU'ti Ck Handicap Saors, 1 miio Farewell Handicap, dsovs, 6 furlongs Sheffield Handicap, lOOyds' 30s - Driving Csmpetition 21s Enfries (with fee oris iu £) cIob©...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

? READ XRI1 The "MAtDOli NEW®" Leadms District Papsr. Guaranteed Lwgesi Circulation of any Paper Is District also the Cheapest. Price—3a 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 (lateof Germantonj , ^ ANNOUNCES that she has purchased SS above well-known Hotel, and tsbv .-.ivility nut! strict attention to lueinesa to merit a share of public suppor STone tut the best of Liquors and Spirits kept. First-class Billiard Table Miss Wilson, Fi u tterer GontdCtioner liigU Street. Maldon tfreah Frnifulways in stock. None %nt best Goutectioaery.kept HOT PIES, Tea an J Cofte» ai all boars. Under Sow Management, THE "POPLAR Kangaroo Hotel Thos. O^GRADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to announce to the public of Maldon and sarroundmg districts S he has taken over the above v/eli known and long-estabhtshed .Hotel, and trusts by civility, com. bined svith cleanliness aud strict attention to busin...

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