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

4 % \ f j MONUMENTAL WORKS ■! | OBAHAME ST, CASTLEMAINE.,,] ... I Marble and Granite. Monuments T-j Of a'l lJe=crip«ic.na o-w»y3 ia Stock ^ Lsttarisg and General Repairs Orrespondcnca Promptly Attended to. Phone No 0 J. ■*' '• - ■.•■■■■ ■ v: ■■ ' ■■ . ■ ' .-;^£ ' 't ■■■ ■ ■ ... V. r Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on honor try them Wriie for-quotations fo>s^, delivered at your . ac.uest Railway Static i, b* >v -Alelbaiune I'ricea ■ o «.•' Tm«^Hovi Dwarf-Essex Raps.', Hunter.-River arid'other leading varieties of ^rrcrlinma Millets Tarnips, tlie wonderful -new folder Plant Silver Bact, ftiyl 3wte •n""—*" ^ns«tmes requ^®^,og-es {rce.' Melboiwe Address—Box ICS G.P.O. - GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Bailarat. LsU im Ell iiWill NOW SHOWING Al The Leading Drapers In all Departments Goods Imported Direct. Inspection Invited. jN'orelties in all Departments *rCf- 0" * t M'Creery & Hopkins Castlemaine •»: ..... ' . - - . • ...... j Enlarged Portraits of Soldiers j - ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

Lumbago for three Years—the poor man -was doubled up with pain, and waB sometimes unable to go to his work. My husbard gufln'cd very badly from Lumbago £01 three years. ■ writes Mrs A. Sinclair, 182 li4Crae-st, Bendigo, Vic. The pain ueod to atrike him right iu the middle oE his back, just like a kniie. It would catch him all at once, then then the poor man would bo doubled up with pain. Beally he was sometimes unable to go to his work. I felt sorry for him, He tried different medicines and had been to the Iiospitul and had the doctor's treatment, but nothing did him a scrap of good, until ono day I heard of Dr Sheldon's Gin Pills, and got a bottle for him He srld they would do him no good, but to please me he tried them, and he is very pleased he did so; for the first few dozes did him gco3,and the pains grad ually left him, and after taking them for a fortnight he was splendid, and has had neither a pain nor an ache since. We sh«ll I never ba without Dr Sheldon's Qiu Pills in futu...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALDON TRADERS' ASSOCIATION, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 December 1916

MAIvDON TRADERS' ASSOCIATION, j A we'd-attended meeting of the. aboye was held at the Athenseum on Tuesday evening last oyer which Mr Uren presided. The chairman explained that the first business wa9 to discuss the j question of getting the mails to I Maldon on the days when no trains were running, and after talking the matter over, in which 16 was pointed out that offers had been made to undertake the work, it was decided to ask Mr Ray to bring the letters ttBd papers to and from Castlemaine 1 three days a week, the cobtof which' will be borne by the news agents and business people generally; the cost amounts to about 6d week, and for this citizens will be able to gef. their letters and papers daily with- ; out tery much inconvenience, and j those willing to subscribe will be called upon for their contributions. (The new system commenced yes* terday, the coach leaving the post office at 3 in the morning, and returning with papers and malls about mid-day). A discussion ensued in ref...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DANDELION SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

DANDELION SALAD. I Those who live in the country or in a nice open suburban district [ should frequently take this whole some salad, which is so good for the j liver and also for purifying the blood, j j Some people do not care for the bit- I | ter flavour of the dandelion, and will find the addition of lettuce, water ! cress, edeumber, tomatoes, etc., a great improvement. The only dress ing required for this salad is com posed of salt, pepper, oil and vine- | gar—always remember that more oil than vinegar is.used in salad dress ing. Many people like the acid flav our of a few sorrel leaves, and these, you know, grow everywhere.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BREAD STEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

BREAD STEAKS. You will find this a very good way | of, using up the remains of a stale loaf. Gut some slices about } inch thick, and remove the crust. Dip these slices first in milk, and then | into beaten egg (or part of an egg) \ j which you have flavoured and season- j i ed with salt, pepper, a few drops of I good sauce, and, if liked, a little ! onion juice. Drain on a sieve for a minute or two and fry in lard or dripping Until crisp and brown. It should be an unbreakable law in every household that not a scrap of j bread must be wasted, although a , few odd dry pieces may be soaked soft, and thrown out for the birds, in those seasons when they are un able to find food for themselves—this is not wasting our bread.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. SPICED FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

Ladies' Column. ♦— SPICED FRUITS. Here is a recipe for preserving fruit in an inexpensive way, but it appears not as jam, but as a condi ment. Take seven pounds of cherries or plumbs, or damsons—you may use other fruits, but these are best for this particular pickle—three pounds of sugar, one pint of vinegar, half an ounce ( of cloves, one ounce of stick cinnamon, and half an ounce of all spice berries. Heat the vinegar with sugar and spice, then add fruit, and cook it gently until tender, but not broken. Lift the plums out carefully, place therfi in jars, and pour the pickle over. This is a delicious ac companiment to meat, game, etc. The stones may be removed or not, but the fruit retains its shape bet ter if the stones are left in it. Store in a dry, cool place.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
China's Couriers. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

China's Couriers. 4 __ Travelers who return from the re mote interior of vast countries where telegraphs and railways are practic ally unknown will tell you1 of the astounding swiftness with which news travels, despite the seeming. absence of facilities. Away in the wilds of the Tibetan bprder,-or in the Mongolian deserts, two months' journey from civilisa tion and hundreds of miles from the nearest telegraph wire, the traveller will purchance hear of some momen tous event in the outside world with in an incredibly short while of its happening. How is it done ? There is really no mystery about it. This rapid transmission of news s due to human, not superhuman, agency. It is the work of natives employed in courier services of higher organisation than we have ever dreamed. China, that spacious land where distance is measured by days, not miles, affords the best example. For, although the means of communica tion by rail and telegraph have greatly developed* there of late, the bulk of t...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Strange Bridges. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

Strange Bridges. * Probably no town in the world has such strange bridges as Srinagar, the capital of C'ashmir, in India. The city is built on the banks of the River Jhelum, ^ which is crossed by many wooden bridges lined with old and dilapidated shops and houses with balconies and lattice windows. Some of these are very insecure, and look as if they might at any time fall into the river beneath. Timber has always been largely used for building bridges, and the earliest one of this kind on record is that which Julius Caesar made across the Rhine, and which he des cribes in his "Commentaries." The roofed Kapellbruche, at Lu cerne, is one of the most interesting of its kind. It crosses the River Reuss diagonally, and has a hundred and twelve triangular paintings be neath the roof, recording the heroic deeds of the old Switzers and the sufferings of their patron saints. In the'midst of the "Kapellbruche stands an octagonal tower, which formed part of the fortifications of the town in t...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALDON HOSPITAL QUE-[?] COMPETITION. Preliminary Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

M&U30N HOSPIT. ^ , COMPETITION, Preliminary Arraageoi!lli3 I Despite the incieinetit v?eatl which prevailed on Saturday e Ing last, there was a fair attend at tbe meeting held at the iU;ten^ to make arrangements iQ couusim with the proposed Queen Com™ tion. Mr Couchman (presided the committee) presided, e>ud th were also present Messrs Martyr, I^ahn. Gay nor, ReVdf Hodge, Walker, Uten, A, ua Huish. Apperly, Chiabolm. u<Be4{ Apologies received from'Dr al Mr Hartley. The chairman' expUhed t object of the meeting, eud said th were desirous ot raisiug a sum suf cent to keep the institution for a year or two, and such compel tions had proved a great success f other centres, Mr Dabb explained the proceim adopted in rtmoiug such coai^t tious, and Mr Walker moved Oueen Competition be hei.i; sccoau, by Mr Rerden and carried, Mr Gay uor moved that all prese «ovui themselves into a coiumitt with power Lo add to their nuiube with two representatives for eat queen; seconded...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Aviation Courtesies. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

Aviation Courtesies. C - A well-known Canadian journalist describes a remarkable air duel which he witnessed between a British and a German flying man, in which the for mer was the victor. "Our aviator came to earth immediately after bringing down the German," he says, "and instantly ran over to the lat ter's wrecked machine, whose pilot was stone dead. He was a giant of a man, and was evidently someone of means, for he wore a really beauti ful fur coat and on his hands were diamond and other rings which must have been of great value. "A little to my surprise'the British airman proceeded to strip the dead man of his coat, and then to remove liis rings and other jewellery, which he packed into a sort of tin canister. Just as he had finished, an officer of the corps came up and inquired : 'Got everything ?' 'Yes,' replied the flyer. And the officer said, 'Right-o ! Off with you.' Then, to my further surprise," adds the Canadian, "our aviator put the tin canister on his machine, and, h...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

A Weak Stomach Will not pci mit of aafScent to 02 >: •; onsuro health aad strength, a y,-uak sionu: cannot digest e:oug!i food to kejn i:n t!: strength even i£ it were oaroa- ]> t; to cure dyspepsia or other stomach trouble by dieting. Satisfactory work of nv; o brain cannot be performed on Ink' ratioi: A variety of food and plenty of it i; sary. Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tab-.ik»:■ • i; remedy that will let you oat all yo:i c ! or want. If you use Dr Sheldon's Tubules you will soon be ablet; catL;:«: of food, Dr Sheldon's Digestive iV.v are the only digestanc or comV.n.it' .3 ■. digesiauts that will digest All cir «*.-> 0; i When you tace Dr Sheldon'.-: Digestiv Tabules everything you e.U tastes .-coi. f.r. every bit of the nutriment that it wat ; assimilated«nd appropriated by:/; I and tissues. Did you ever hear 0;a m u <■ I woman being sick or weak, who e i'.' - • heartily, and who enjoyed their i Every man, wauian or child who ii puny, or weak can soon eat b...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASY TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

EASY TERMS. Clarence wa6 a commercial travel- !: ler, hut though when he travelled he j was as commercial as the best of ; < them, he was a little apt to forget ■ such trifles as household accounts. \ Therefore, when wifey telegraphed to j him to send the money for the r-nt, i the wire reached him at a time when j ■ he was empty of pocket. He prompt- | ly wired back : |: "Sorry. Cleaned out. Explain to j landlord. Kisses." i And went raving mad when he re- j ceived the following reply : ! "Don't worry about money. Land-! lord taken kiss • in part payment. I Plenty more in stock." : The 'export paper and pulp industryj in Canada has grown from £500,000 to £3,600,000 in two years. J i A Maid of Honour is entitled to a dowry of £1,000 on her marriage.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

CHURCH. ! -— -1 , .. School Anniversary - -v:1;«Dda> " . j p gonlversary services in con with the above Sunday 4 sere he'd oa Sunday last, j 1i'q= ed cfi' most successfully. ^ was tastefully decorated •'■A, occasion,- and oa each side -S'^ cboir tlie boys and girls were 0I) raised platforms, and pre a nrai and attractfye appear The Kse choir of adults and •^%en were under the able leader :l> 0f ;\.U H. Gilmour, and the ■$eial singing throughout, and the :i>rio?of the orchestra, comprising %'ejimDur, Mrs Perry, Misses F,. Farley, Morris, with 0. Jones at the organ, were %'a eppreciated. Durins the jf., solos were sweetly rendered by ^sOxen ilores, Ruby Berryman 1-3E.Penrose, and duet by Misses I"loses and A, Sims. gXlie preacher was the Bey H. J. IjiD, B.A., of Bendigo, who spoke flarge congregations at each ser fe/ln the roorniughe spoke of fshome life, taking his test from k chap'?? of Job, 4th verse— pod bis sons went and feasted in leir boosts, every one his day, and Lt ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TREED. A BEAR ADVENTURE IN A SHINGLE YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

TREED. A A BEAR ADVENTURE IN A SHINGLK YARD. . ' Sixty years or so ago Richard j Dowd and his four brothers were j among the pioneers of Perth county, i Ontario. For a number of years the j family lived in two substantial log j cabins in the midst of the cleared j land, but as they » grew more pros- i porous and Richard took a wife he , determined to build a house the ' first in the little township of Morn- j ington. He selected a large pine j tree that stood about thirty rods j from his home as a shingle tree ; he j felled it and sawed it into blocks of j the proper length ; these he split into , shingle bolts, which he riveted into j shingles and shaved during the win- j ter. I Just as sleighing was breaking up in the spring, Robert—one of the | younger brothers—took a yoke of j steers and a jumper and began to j draw the finished shingles to the site of the new house. The road to the shingle yard wound in and out round the large trees of the forest. Just before it came to the yar...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

Mining Notes South German Co.—1750ft main level extended north to 1154ft, reef 2ft 6in wide, showingminerals values 3 to 4dwts. North Inter mediate level—Stoping north of rise, reef oft wide showing minerals and little free gold, values 6 to Sdwts Nc«2 stope— Mullocking. No, 4 stope—Mar locking and stoping reef 3ft wide, values 5dwts- Cyandided 450 tons for a yield of 72ozs Sdwts smelted gold, [ The following crushing have! been cleaned up at the local Govt.! battery during the past week— j Jos Stacey & Merlo (ftft. Tarran* j gower), 8 tens for -3oz 2dwis ; A. j Bowe & C* Irescn (Union Hill), 9 tons for 2oz 19dwts ; A. Johnson, A. Stacey & J, M'Cutcheon (Dar ling shaft on Derby lease), 30 tons for 26oz JOdwts-; 0. Benstead (Union Hill) are crushing 14 tons and Gordon & Purcell fSandy Creek) will follow with 1? tons. For driving the 1450ft level at Oswald Estate Mine, the tender of Messrs Davies and Howe, of Bendigo, at £112s '6d a foot was accepted, F...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Million-dollar Incomes. AMERICA'S MONEY. KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

Million-dollar Incomes. AMERICA'S MONEY. KINGS. I It is safe to assume from all the I i known facts, that about eighty per- | ; sons in America had incomes of at I least one million dollars each last iyear, and that more than a hundred | of their fellow citizens are skimping along this year with not less than j one million dollars—and perhaps a j great deal more. The war has created uncounted new • fortunes. Only the long process of 'time will make known the identity of I those new multi-millionaires. Only j the amount equally deliberate pro l grese of govermental bureaux will j make known their number. Million-dollar incomcs are almost ' as numerous now as were million dollar fortunes not more than two generations ago. We have million aires in a new sense; those whose annual returns—not whose whole for tunes—equal or exceed a million dol lars. In the early years of the Amer ican Republic there was only one man, Stephen Girard, who by any possibility could be included among the nume...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

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Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ONE WAY OF SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

ONE WAY OF SETTLING. ■ Three commercial travellers meet ing at an hotel one winter evening had a hearty supper together. Sup per over, the three found some diffi culty in allotting their respective shares in the bill, but one of them at length cut short the dispute by proposing that whoever <• had the i "oldest "name" among them should J go free, the expenses being halved by'i the other two. This amendment being promptly t, accepted, No. 1 produced a card in scribed "Richard Eve." which No. 2 trumped with "Adam Brown." Then No. 3, a portiy veteran with humor ous grey eyes, laid down his' card with the quiet confidence of a great general making a decisive movement, and remarked, with a chuckle :— "I don't much think you'll beat this 'un, gents." And he was right, for the name was "Mr. B. Ginning." i ; Strawberries, shellfish, and toma toes have a poisonous effect on some people. Negroes arc not allowed to travel in the same railway compartments, as white people in the Sout...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

; v ' ' JIUAD TTIR The *WIAUDOK NEWS" Leading District Paper. Guaranteed Laigest Circulation of any Paper in DIsfcr'ct —also the Cheapest Price— 3s 6d par Quarter Only 3d weekly if taken quarterly Become.a subscriber right away. Our PRINTING is the Best -TRY IT. CRITERION HOTEL. M'rs M. Musgrave (late of Germanton) ANNOUNCES that she has purchased the above well-known Hotel, and Jrusts by civility 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, Fruiter ar Conteotioner High Street, Maldon Freeh Fruit always in stock. None but best Confectionery kept HOT PIES, Tea and Caffae at all hours. Under JTew Management, THE POPULAR Kangaroo Hotel Thou. CmftADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes *o anuoauee to the public of j Maldon aad surrounding districts ( thai he has taken over the above, well known and long-3stablishecl Hotel, and trusts by civility, com. j joined with cleanliness and stric...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

y"W *Reclfearii MONUMENTAL WORKS GEAHAM: ST- CA8T.LEMAINE, ; Mai'ble aad Granite.. Monuments *"'• Of a! Descriptions always in Sleek Lettering and General Repairs Correspondence Promptly Attended io^ Phone No 93. Fodder Seeds. Smith's Saeds are sold on honor TRY THEM Write for quotations fo]eod?, delivered at yo'Jr nearest Railway Station, be low ne prices • ' • - Best l a ported D\rarf TSssiX Rape, Hunter River and other leading varieties of u-cni' Sorghums,: Millets, Turnips, the. wonderful; new foider Plant Silver Baet, an-l toitb'stainoasstrains-ot'Field Carrot and Champion ttangol. ; State approximately <{u..ct"ieelc^UQ^iog1xeg-frco>-. Melbourne Address—Box 1GS G.P.O, . SEC*.- SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, 'Ballarat. Est, 1868 lalll ii Ei ii fsti NOW SHOWING 41 m i7,g 5 -s'-i 5j The Leading Drapers In all Departments Goods Imported Direct. - - Inspection Invited. Novelties in all Departments M?Creery& Hopkins Castlemaine •MS' Enlarged' Portraits of Soldi...

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