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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
1HE SURE SIGN, A doll, persistent pain in II19 back an acha that spoils sleep and is worse in the morning, a sharp, cnttiDg pain whfti bending is a sura sign of kidney disease, It is not really tho back aching, bat the kidneys which lie jnst beneath tho small of the back. Doaa's Backache Kidney PilU quickly relieve the kidneys, and help them io drive out or the body the poisons which cause backache, dropsy urinary disorders, rheumatism. gravel, stone. The case here given prove3 that cures are thorough : Mr .Vil'.iam Hughes, Milkman Flat, CasUenuine, says -Having proved that Doan's backache Kidaey Pills are a splendid remedy for backache and kidney trooble, I have no hesitation in them to other sufferers, I had back- j ache for soma time, tho pain centring jast above Iho kidneys- All my move- 1 ments were handicapped, in fact, I was oit.nsobad that I could hardly get! about at all, Day and night the ache j kept up and the constant 3u(Iering made ; me du]l and depressed. I hard severa...
KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
KILLED IN ACTION. •8 The sad news was received Inf Maidon on Friday evening last to | the effect that Company Sergeant- j Major Rupert Green, the onlv son j of Mr and MrsChas. I,. Green, of j Echuca, and formerly of Maidon, where Mr Green was our esteemed postmaster for a number of vesrs, had been kilted In action in France on October 30fch. The deceased soldier was about 20 years of age, and prior to enlisting IS months ago was on the teaching ataff of ;he Maidon Scate School, after passing through the Castiemaiae High School. Before enlisfing he held the rank of lieutenant in the Senior Cadets, and he was a nephew of Brigadier-General M'Nichol, D.S.O, aud has several other relatives at the front. He was attached to the 5th battalion, 2nd brieade, and took part in the Gallipoli campaign and was in the Lone Pine attack, soon after which he became ill and was sent to England, where he was operated on for appendicitis. On recoveriae he went to France on the day of J.ord Kitcheners dea...
WANTED TO CHECK IT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
WANTED TO, CHECK IT. "In the chair !" cried the dentist. And into the chair got little Miffley. On went the gas cap, awl soon the victim was sleeping peacefully. When he recovered and w»b clothed and in his right mind, he inquired the fee. "HaU-a-guinea, please !" "Half-a-guinea ?" "Yes ; you had gas." "Oh ! So the gas accounts for it, does it ?" "Yes, sir !" "Ah ! Well, there's the half-guinea. But next time I come and have gas I shall want to inspect your meter !'
Marvellous Swordsmanship. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
! Marvellous Swordsman* ship. I Indian swordsmen are acknowledged i to be unrivalled. An extraordinary performer, %vho was a sergeant in one of the native regiments, is thus spo ken of in Colonel Barras's book, ''India and Tiger Hunting": "He was j a fine-looking fellow, in the prime of I life, and, notwithstanding the fright- • j fully critical nature of what he was ! going to 'do, he moved about with 1 perfect ease arid calmness. In one hand he held a very long double edged sword", sharp at the point and with edges like - razors. With the other hand he held his little son, a child aged ab.out six years, who was also clea'rly acustomed to what was about to follow. "From the little fellow's evident enjoyment of the scene it; was plain -that failure on the.'part of his. father was quite beyond the limits of his imagination. As soon- as the "usual .preliminaries had.-been'gone through, such as walking round and ssilaaming to the commanding officer and prin cipal guests, the father ; p...
LAZY BRUTE! [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
LAZY BRUTE ! Marmaduke Buskin, the fallen star actor, was touring as _property-man with a thrilling melodrama. Throughout the evening he would stand in the wings, and there he would make the thunder, lightning, and.rain, gallop like a horse, shriek like a woman, wail like a baby, howl like a mob, and hoot like a motor car. And all for one-pound-one per week. On the Saturday night the play was going merrily to a "packed house. Marmaduke was letting off shrieks of terror, thundering with one hand, working the hailstorm with the other while with his right leg he worked the wailing wind and with his left reproduced the crash of falling trees, Then the leading man, who was be ing pursued by invisible bloodhounds, stuck his head round and roared at Marmie : "Bark, you fool—bark ! Why don't you attend to your job, yon lasy shirker ?"
Curious Results of Lightning Flashes. LIGHTNING AS PHOTOGRAPHER AND CONJURER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
Curious Results of Light ning Flashes. ♦ LIGHTNING AS PHOTOGRAPHER -AND CONJURER. Although a f^w heavy thunder storms which take no toll of human life occur, the deathroll here is very email indeed, and would be even smaller if people would learn not to shelter beneath trees. Even if they cannot resist the temptation to shelter they should be careful what trees they choose, as the . oak, the poplar, and the pear appear to be the most dangerous, and beech the safest, although no one can reck on to be safe under any variety. A set of figure? taken over twenty four years shows that the annual '[■average loss of life by lightning stroke in England amounts to just over 18, but the death-rate per ten million is only 1.3 in London to the 18 in the North Midlands. People afraid of thunderstorms should there for have little fear in a crowded .city, although it has on an average more thunderstorms than some large, towns. .' But even if you are struck it by no means follows that you-are killed...
ASKED AND ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
ASKED AND . ANSWERED. " 'Alf a mo !" cried the heckler to the lecturer. "May I put a question, sir ?" "Certainly !" "Well, you've told us a lot 6t things about mathematics, trigono metry, hydrostatics, and all the otheri -atics, hut do you know how to find the greatest common divisor?" The worthy profesoor shifted from one foot to- the other, took of! his spectacles, replaced them, took a large draught of water ; then, point ing straight at the questioner, "cried, in ringing tones : ■ "Advertise for it, you blockhead advertise for it !" With the exception of New Zealand, the King's Own Regiment has seen service in every- part of the British Empire. Editor's wife : "John, the baby'* circulation is very bad^ What had I better do ?" Editor (absent-mindedly): "Adver tise ! advertise I" The largest bell in the world is th« "Tsar Kolokol"—the Great B«ll of Moscow. It weighs nearly 200 tons— about 20 timee as much as Big Ben,
THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, DEC. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
THE Published Twice-a-Week. " FIDKM SERVO." TUESDAY EVBX1NG, 1)EC. -5 The attention of the public of Maid on is particularly drawn to an impottant alteration in the time of closlag the afternoon mail at the local post office. The mail which closes at 2.30 will in future be cleared at 2.15, and residents are requested to note this, as no letters will be sent away until next morn ing if posted after this hour. One of the hea/iest storms for years passed over the town on Saturday, and in a few hours a total of 240 points were regis'ered. A good deal of damage has been done to the crops around the district by the h.-avy downpour.- At Castle malue only 13.7 points fell. The war intercessionsi service will be held in the English Baptist Church this evening, .when the Rev Geo King will deliver the address. -The Castlemaine friends of Mr Maxwell Best will be very pleased to learn that he is making good at the front,; where he has been for over a year. He was promoted to the rank of Major so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
Mr Jas. Richmond, of Bavin? hup. has on hand for sale a full stock ot McCormack & Deering duplicates, also binder twine, &c> —Advt.j J. MOORE, R.V.S., Coach Builder, Premier Horse Shoer, Blacksmith and wheelwright, agent forcDunlop Rubber Tyres. I^arge stocks of Hickory shafts and poles, spokes, rims, felloes, &c. All klndo of vehicles made to'order. Address -High-street Maldon. Notice—if yon want up-to-date paperhang'ng?, also mixed paints oils, varnish, Venetian blind cord3, iaddgr tape, &c., why not go to G. Pullan, High Mreet, Maldon (next Miss Wilson), whose special trade is is to supply you at Melbourne prices—*dvt ] j FOR SAbE—Saddle-bag Suite, Carpet Square, Hall Carpet, Tables etc.— Apply Mrs Wni. Skinner, Parkin's Reel. Pieliminary Notice, CAKE & ICE-CREAM FAIR in con nection with Congregational Church in Shire Hall, December 28th. BOXING NIGHT In aid of the Stat ving Children of Belgium, Under direction of Mr A, S Haybittel. The ...
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
RAILWAY MANIFEST. (ioodn nnd parcels were lying at the local Railway Station to-day for Goods—O'Keefe, Bowen, Uren. Parcels—Bell, Cullen, Bohr, Lang, Dabb, Uunkin. Nevill, M'Farlane, "Wood, O'Brien, Hodgkinson, Pullan, Williams & Rewell, Warnock, White, WilsonT Souier & Dabb
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
BILLIARDS. The following is the draw and handicaps of match in connection with tournament at Athenajum 200 ; 1st prize trophy value 42s. 2nd trophy value 21s, 3rd trophy value 10s Gd, and result of games played to date Candry 45 on beat T.'Baxter 250bhd—200 to 122 Jubber 50bhd beat Lawn 35 on—200 to 131" Woodward scr beat Trengove 40 on—200 to 163 Lalin 15 on beat Duncan 15 on—200 lo 138 W. Heron 20 on beat W Uren 30 on—200 to 193 Spencer 25 on beat II Uren 50—200 to 142 Batty 35 on beat VV. Rewell 30 on——200 to 125 IT, Hnish 15 on beat- S Blackmoro 15 on— 200 to 185 Franzi 20 on,beat Smith 63 on—200 to 174 Apperly scr beat J Blackmore lObkd—-200 to 163 J Heron 20 on beat M'Favlane 15 on—200 to 188 A Grigg 20 on beat G Bewell 20 on—200 to 177 Somer 15 on beat Mattjr 30 on walkover Mutton 30 beat Couckman 35—200 to 133 Bryant scr beat Preece 35—200 to 166 Stacev 70 on beat West 30 on walkover Ohisholm 15 oil beat Donnelly 35 walkover Dabb sor beat Nankivell 20 on—200 to 103 Caldcr 15...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A little methylated spirit added to j the rinsing water will make vrhite-j silk look equal to new. I A siphon" of soda-water should be always kept in the nursery, as it is ; a good fire-extinguisher. J For sealing bottles of fruit or pic- j kles an excellent wax is obtained by j melting together equal parts of resin j and beef-suet. ' j To revive a faded carpet, sweep | thoroughly, then wipe with a clean I cloth that has been soaked in a weak solution of ammonia and water, and well wrung. Blacklead mixed with turpentine instead of water gives a more bril liant and lasting polish, and pre vents the. stove from rusting no mat ter how damp the weather. When buying nutmegs choose small ones ; they have a better flavour than larger nuts. To test a nutmeg, prick with a needle. If good the oil will instantly, spread round the punc ture. Most housewives boil their milk he fore use during the Bummer months^ and some burn it, too. The latter annoyance will never occur if a li...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
DEATH. BROMLEY—On the 2nd December, 1916, at his residence, 36 Elizabeth Street, Geelong West, Robert, the dearly loved husband of Annie Bromley, formerly of Maldon, aged 60 years — (Interred In the New Geelong Ceme tery on Sunday. 3rd inst:. GREEN,—Killed in action on Octo ber 3Jat, 191.6, after 18 months' of activo service, C Q.M.S. Sidney Rupt. Green, 5th Battalioj, iind Brigade, the clear only son of C. L. and May nee Green, Post office, Eclmca. and brother of Sigrid and Dorothea, loved grandson of the late Reginald Green, ex-Supt. of Police, and of the late Bavon Oscar Wedel-Jarlsberg, i'h. D. (Norway), ased 19£ years. " Life is a leaf of paper white, Whereon each ono of us may write A word or two, and then comes night ! Greatly begin: though thou have time But for a line, be that sublime !"
SOME EGGLESS CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
SOME EGGLESS CAKES. . I Almond Biscuits.—lib. flour, Jib. I sifted sugar, 6 ounces blanched al ! monds, £tb. butter. Rub the butter I into the flour, add the sugar, and mix with a little milk—just enough to bind; the mixture. Roll out thin,: cut into shapes, brush over with milk, to. which" a little sugar has ! been added, and stew the top of each I with minced blanched almonds. Bake i : in a moderate oven. These are much j nicer if mixed with white of egg in- I stead of milk, but the latter is very satisfactory. Sultana Cake.—]lb. flour, Ifb. sul tanas, 6. ounces butter, G ounces of sugar, J- ounce carbonate of soda, mixed with a little milk ; £ pint of jnilk ; £ . tablespoonfuls marmalade. Rnb the butter into the flour, add sugar and carbonate of soda (in milk) added to the \ pint ot milk. Mix well, stir . in the marmalade; mix again, and bake in a moderate oven for two hours. Abernethy Biscuits.— Melt i-lb. J butter in £ pint of warm milk. Add J Jtb. sugar to 4 lbs. of flour, and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
The Maldon Baptist Cfaarch, ANNUAL Xmas Concert i In the Temperance Hall, Oo XMAS NIGHT (December 25) Half Profits to Worn-Out Miners Fund Good Prograrame Admission Is, Children &lt;5d W, Wood, Manager* H, DICK6QN, Secy CREDIT fONClER LOANS on FARMS Iu sums from £50 to £2000 at 6 per cent Interest antl from per ceDt, in reduction of )irm eipal—which ptys oil' the 1 ;>-• n hi 27\ years. \-oans grunted on Freehold- or Crown Leaseholds, which conld be vnnde freelicid at any time on payment of the balance df Crown rents., No Charge for Mortgage Deed Loans may be paid otf any hnlf-yeirly pay day, subject to a small charge if paid off Within the first five yeirs, but. no penalty after tiv&lt;? years. Forms may bo obtaino.l at any Bjancb of the State Savings Baolc, or by writing to The Iaspeetor-Genera! The State Savings Bank
DOCTOR'S ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
DOCTOR'S ORDERS. He was a sadly ill-used son of Na ture, and the heart of the house wife went out to him as she survey ed his grimy countenance and his tattered clothing. "Yes, poor fellow ?" she asked. ! "Please, kind lady, the doctor at the casual 'as just given me this bot tle of medicinc, hut I want some : thing to take it with." ! "Oh, yes ; I see !" replied the mo therly soul. "You want a spoon and a glass of water." . "Thank you, mum, no. I can get on quite all right without them. But the directions on the bottle are that it's to be taken after meals. 'Aven't got a meal you could spare, 'ave you, kind lady ?"
WISE AND OTHERWISE. MOST CONSIDERATE! [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
WISE AND OTHERWISeT 4 MOST CONSIDERATE &lt; With three days' leave before him, Bill Bangem walked down tl«> Ber mondsev street where in peace tiro# he had spent his days .ind years. The old dad stood at the door, smoking a blackened clay pipe, ■which he dropped from his mouth in aston j ishroent. "Lumme ! '"Tain't our Bill ?" j "Yes, dad ; it's me all right." '•Well, I'm blowed ! 'Ere, niuvver —'ere's our Bill back again !" Mother came to the 'doorstep fratn the back of the house, drying her hands on a coarse apron. She sur veyed Bill from head to foot very calmly. Then she spoke : "Well, you ain't lookin' so bad, considerin' ; but what on earth made you come 'ome on a Monday, when you know very well it's washin' day ?"
KNEW SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916
KNEW SOMETHING. Some time ago one of the! masters at a certain grammar school caused a sensation by publishing a book which bore a striking resemblance to one published previously by a well known minor poet. Comments upon t.he matter became of an accusatory nature, and culminated in one of the pupils openly accusing the author one day in the common room of plagiar ism. "Sir," replied the indignant author "your opinion is neither sought nor valued—you're an ass." "I may be," calmly retorted the scholar, "but—the ass knoweth his master's crib !"