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PAT'S WISH. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 December 1916

PAT'S WISH. i V When Patrick M'T.inna^an becamt, a member of the police force a dele I gation of his friends burst in upon him while he was at dinner and pro l sented him with a handsome trnnche I on in honour of his popularity and ; their esteem. j Completely bewildered by this un I expected token, the new policcman, nevertheless, struggled to his feet and stammered his appreciation. "Frinds, ye have upect me wid y'r kindness," he said, nourishing the truncheon. "Oi'll try an' do ray duty wid this little shillaly, an' I hope an' thrust that ivery mon hero will live t' feel its inflooince." ?

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. SUMMARY OF USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT NITRATE OF SODA. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

THE FARM. SUMMARY OF USEFUL INFOR MATION ABOUT NITRATE OF SODA. Buy with a warranty of 95 per cent, purity. -This will contain about 15.6 per cent, of nitrogen. Store in a dry place and out of llie way of horses, cows, und sheep. Before using grind or crush it into as powdery a form as possible—this can be easily done by pounding it on the floor of a barn with the back of a spade, and^, if possible, screening it. Apply as a top-dressing in almost every case when the crop is there ready to make, use of it. Nitrate can be mixed \viih other artificials, hut if mixed with super phosphate or dissolved bones it muat, be used within twenty-four hours. Don't be tempted to apply too big a dose at one time—"little and often' pays best. Remember that nitrate of soda 1 An be applied at, any time of the year while the crop is in active grow'h. Remember that nitrate of soda, is very quick-acting and is generally absorbed by the plant within a few days. Tt therefore gives quick re turns and large ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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BRAINY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

BRAINY. •Jones; "Why rlkln't you send the] man to mend my front-door bell ?" ! Shopkeeper : "He did go. sir ; but j as he ran# three times and got no-j answer he thought vow were out." I Of course. th«re are exceptions. but | as a general thing the si.\teen-ye;ir ol-d girl who can't cpnt rol her mother' is a weak and flabby character. " j Tt is claimed that there are suven of Shakepearr's autographs in exis- j tence. ... 1

Publication Title: Maldon News
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PROTECTING COWS FROM FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

PROTECTING COWS FLIES. FRO M J 1 It is well known that various Vjmjs of flies toad to injure cattle by wr.ak_ cning them and reducing the nr!k .supply. Many substances that iuv.„ been recommended, "such a.s thnim powder, camphor, citron,.j; and sassafras, while temporary im pellents. lose their effectiveness \er\ quickly, hence 10 per cent, solutions of the liquid in cotton oil have to be applied daily. Various oils, ,-mu'_ sions of oils, and mixtures of oils arc used in repelling flies. Crude pet roleum, cotton-seed oil, lish or train oil. and light coal-tar oil may ho ' used pure. •Jensen (1909) recommends the fol- : lowing formula, which is said to pro tect cows for a week Common laundry soap, 1 Vt> ; water, -1 gal lons ; crude petroleum, 1 gallon : powdered naphthalin, 1 ounces. Cut the soap into thin shavings anil dissolve in water hy the aid of heat ; dissolve the naphthalin in the crude oil. mix the two solutions, put th-ni into an old dasher churn and mix thoroughly for f...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

CHAPTER XIII. As I hurried aft, I fancied that there was. a lighter look to the clouds. The wind was" certainly less Steady; it blew undecidedly, as though ahout to shift. 1 tumbled into my 'bunk with a light heart, convinced that morning would bring a change in our prospects. Such proved the case, for I was earlj aroused by the creaking , of the davits as the .iolly-boat was lowered over the side, showing that some thing unusual had occurred; .Tump ing into my clothes, I hurried an deck, to -find the clouds completely vanished and the stars shining pale and cold in the faint light pi the early morning. . But "what concerned us more than all else was the wind, which came directly from the sout.h, with a chill ] that dulled one by the mere iclea of : its intensity. It was a calm, cold ^breath, straight from the. Pole, blow ing over trackless wastes of snow and ice. "The heavy swell alone pre sented--'the ocean's freezing beneath thal^deadening blast. Wmust plain ly of"the ice. now or...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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FOOTBALL POVERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

FOOTBALL POVERTY. "The.v must be a very poor team." 1 remarked Selina. who was attending i her first football match, to h«»r young 1 man. referring to ihv home eleven, '■ when the game hail l>e<*n in progress some time. i "Oh, no, they're not," he replied. : "They are supposed to bp a string ! lot." "That' isn't what I mean." per sisted Selina : "they're not rich, at'u they ?" ! "Certainly no!.. Most of them are ' poor working men. and they don't get half the support they deserve. The club's in debt as it is." I For a moment there was silt-nce. Then Melina said, plaintively : ; "Poor fellows ! 1 should tike to see rich men piny. Iwause then, 1 sup pose. oach^ man could afford to have a football of his own."

Publication Title: Maldon News
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QUITE A STRONG LITTLE GIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

j Q lilTE A STJRO N G LITTLE GlKLi ■" One sumormorning a most- worthy, but very feeble, ecclesiastic sat. down 'to rest on a seat in a public gar '.den. . ' . Owinf- to hn feebleness, he is un able; to - rjerc without, assistance, so when he had sufficiently rested him self. »he called out to a neatly-dressed ! littic girl,-' and requested hev aid.; - V j "Thaiik you-,;, my dear,-', he.aaid, pat t ing Iter on the.'shoulder.. "'You're' .quite a strong little girl." •; • : ; But the shock he received. ; from; , that Strong littic girl was a strong ! one also. j "Oh, (hat's nolhing," she replied, . calmly. "1 often hcJp grandpa when j he's lots drunker than you arc." I - '

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

In Memoriam, BO WDEN—In loving memory c? ray a».\r huaband and our dear father, Jo'Io'lia!* Rowden, -who died December !)tb, ijify Though lost to Eight, to memory dear, A painful shock, a blow severe, . >Eo part with one we loved ao dear; Our loss is great, we'll not complain. Bat trust in God to meet agaic. Not gone from memory,not gone from kv i But gone to our Father's homo above; Kest in the Saviour, sweetly rear, They mias you most who love you Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving wife, datu\;!o; and son, Esther, Olive and-J, V/, Ro^ C

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

New Year's Greetiug to Alii Make Up your Mincl and spend New Year's Day at the 4C's Gymkliana At the Castlemaine Botanical Gardens. A Show Equal to Luna Park Bring the Children—a Treat not to bo missed, by young and old Heaps of Merriment, Juvenile Sports, including—* School Championships, Flag Races. Swimming Carnival, Motor Boat Merry-go-Round, Ocean Wave, Shoot'ng Gallery, Hoop-la, Aunt Sally, Jacob's Ladder, Love in a Tub, Punch and Judy Show, Pup pet Marionettes, Afternoon Tea, beet of Fruits obtainable,, Soft Drinks, Lollies, lee Creaiu, &c. REMEMBER—No charge for admission to the ground. Hoc water provided free. An Ideal Picnic Resort. Ail Proceeds for Local Charities A. HARRIS, Hon. Sec. Temperance Hall, Maldon. „RAND CHARACTER EVEN and Novel.tv Entertainment o WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13. Competitions—Persons to ontor the hall masked, and a prize will be given to person who guesses most names of persons masked. There will also be a 10s trophy for best sustained charac ter af...

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THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week, "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING DEC. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

Published Twice-a-NVeek, "FIDEai SERVO.1 j FRIDAY EVENlNb\ DEC. I The local business places wili remain opeu till 10 o'clock to night, and cocttinue (o do so on Fridav nights up to the end of March, next* i Particulars in rsfereaes «o ih; Christmas and Few Year railway excursions will be found in our advertising Columns ia to.da^i issue. Don't Wait Tili Ho-morro^; ! t's little colds that grow into big dvj-.' the big colds that end in' consurnptiuo, f.ai death; Don't waif till to-morrow to treat the little cold?, For one dose o£ fir Sho! ion' Now Discovery for Coughs and Colds w;!:. break up a cold if taksn at the Dr Sheldoa'g Nov.' Discovery is a s.-iie and i never-failing remedy, Price, laGdanJ"-. Obtainable everywhere. The Xmas Fair to be held in (he j Temperance Hall on Saturday, in connection with the Eng'ish 3ap'ist Church, promises to be a great success, For soma time past the Ladies' Work Party has been busy, with the result that there w{(! be a number of useful articles f.&g...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

RAILWAY MANIFEST. (food? aud parcels wu'e Ifmg at tbe local Rsi-way Station to-tiay for Goods—Lowia, Dabb, Oalder, Brooks CTree, MayeoD. Parcels—OulliK, Charloe, Gawley, Earl Southgato Knight Lane KeweJl Baxter Davis Neville Maokio Moore Friodrick Yqo Williams O'Brien Baw«ll Hsywsrd nod State SchooJ 1254< ■ • Mrs Gladys Benjamin, of St Kilda road. Windsor, has reported to the police the loss of her pearl necklace, which was vaUied at about j^IOOO. She wore k on leaving home to visit a friend, ard did not miss it until she returned. Attention is directed to the im portant announcement in reference | to the 4 c's Gymkhana, which will j he held in the Botanical Gardens at [ Castlemaine ou New Year's D»y There is no charge for admission to 11he ground, which is an ideal picnic i resort. Hot water will be provided i frse. This performance Is regarded j as equal to that ot Luna Park, and Is a great treat for the children. See pariicalars elsewhere, Mr John W. Maysoti has opened...

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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

Mining: Notes Rurigo & party crushed 40 'cms from one ton T9of, at reen^VaHey ior 22ozs Since last issue C. Beustead has crushed 14 tons trom Union Hill for 5oz 18dwt at the Government battery Oswald Gold Mines,—North British Mine—500ft big stope, run ning mnl'ock, preparing to breal$, more stone off east side of old stope: 500t't north stope breaking stone 8ft wide worth 4dwts ; 1000ft levei stopiug on stoue 5 to oft wide worth 15dwls per ton ; 14b0ft level driven north to 964ft on solid reef wider j than drive, crosscut west lift proved 15ft of solid stone trace of gold.-. Independent mine—600fc level— j driven north to 106ft, stone cut out, j rising on stone I ft wide full of] mineral, worth - 3dwrs; Yields—j battery crushed 370 tons for l33ozs. j chlorination treated 12 tons for 71ozs 5dwts. j

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

; CHAPTER Xlf. As the gale increased; our narrow csc'ape "from destruction grew upon us. The commotion outside "our ic lockecl 'iagooif was frightful, and we knewV that\in.'■'it.-,. anud the tossing, grinding ice, £thc.-'Janet' could not i have' lived a 'minute ; while, had we abandoned her, we ccrtainly could | not have'rsuryivcd tlie- bitter cold of j the four, succeeding days, during .which the gale raged- with umlimi- . nished. violence, with a temperature scarcely varying from, forty degrees j below zero. _ * I . Only the tremendous agitation of the. water prevented our being solidly frozen in.x Despite, our. temporary Fnfe'ty,. the situation^'was mostypre carious. In a word, it- all • depended on the ice. Should this, yielding to the /persistent action of the water underneath-and7 around it, break up, our doom, was scaled. And of all things, icc in .the • Southern Seas is most treacherous, especially on the edge of the antarctic circle, where our guesses placed us. Our main co...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Maldon Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

Maiden Hospitaf. | The monthly, meeting' of the j committee of the above was held at tbe Institution last night, Present —Messrs Couchman (president), West, Williams, Dabb, Rerden, Richmond, Preece, Somer, Meyer, Walker and Rev. Jones, The treasurer reported receipts as follows:—Patients fees—Mrs Hales £2 2s, Mrs Ray £2, C. Cowling -£9 J. Curnow £l, T. Elliott £2 15s, E • Hibbert £6 ; Maldon Hospital Sunday £31 9s lOd, supplementary list £1 4s, Hospital and Red Cross socials (per S Walker) £43 9s 7d, Newstead Hospital Sunday £3 2s lid—total j£107 3s 4d ; credit balance fnof including last nights' accounts) £116 15s Ud, The medical officer reported that during month 9 patients were admitted, 7 discharged, % died ; remaining in hospital 6 ; out patients 6, with 10 attendence; operations 4. I wish to acknow ledge a gift of copy of Cray's Anatomy for use of nurses from Rev. J. Tyssen. Miss Peterson (matron) repor ted that the daily average of patients tor month was 6. The following dona...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) TREASURE FOUND —A BRIDE WON. PART SEVEN. CHAPTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.J TREASUREfOUND -A BRIDE WON. (■■■ - 1 ; : :P=-; BY GEORGE E. GARDNER* PART SEVEN. .CHAPTER XI.—<Continued.) My own-kit was soon arranged. An abundance of clothing being the f ' chief, thing, 1 look all .that 1 had, 'and returned to the deck, where I found die men busily engaged in get • iiig the ; long-boat ready. Several ca'slis of bread and ^ beef.-had been .put aboard, and some small kegs ' v: rwcre; being >.,li lied. .with-waterfrom the £jarge\buttSj 'in ,the ' hold, while a quantity of sail-cloth and"firewood' ■'had- been stowed away-, in the.- bows and under the seats. - < *i • ' ",. One of • the light; spars was ."ready to, be stepped for. a mast, on :which ^a'*sailor*wras-ringing .- a•>sail.''The aii tivily and bust,!^ gave, the;'9ldi brig a more cheerful ^appearance tlian .she had shown for ■ a . long time, and though theisituation was'smdst .i)ref ^carious, the men -worked eagerly and; /well. 'Jack had. returned-and was dir...

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MALDON STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

MAI,DON STATJ3 SCHOOL. The following Is the result of the recent examination held at the local State School, and it Is pleasing to no*ice (hat a large number of scholars ha ye again been successful, as will be seen below, and that several ha?e the option of competing again, haviug failed In one subject ouly, Such a resalb speaks well for the head master (Mr Coffey) and the teaching staff generally, who are to be complimented on once again being so auccessftil. Merit Certificate—Passed™John Hatfcain Edna Jones, John Johnson. Garnet Jon kins. Rox M'Knigbt, Soy Morgan, Joseph Roclda. William Stacey, Hazel Skowa, Samuel Kovve. Al'owed second irial in one subjeut—IJ eovgo Bryaou, William Carman, Reginald Elliott, Walter Grigg, Klvie Meyer, Johu Stephenson Louisa Harrison. Qualifying Certificate—Fasseid—John. Butcher, John Byrne. John Coffey, John Stewart. Albert Jones, Lilian Lloyd,' Frank Meyer, Edwin Morcora, Alice < Pullan, Tohn Stewart. Gladys Taifc. Clif ford Wearne. Peud...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

asiD s?mo< «-■ --. a«neral Banking Business prlneipRt ^T," «nd .AintMilA, Uondan, TldW*h <fa,'*u^"2;*9f R*SS» to.a^ fotts <faw« SSVS^pStrf- tb/£& iiiit ina tfl.lenti. Ik* rfacrlptiaa trineacirt witiln the OortMoe ""BCsrl£&sa&Sw — ~ - Savings Bank Department , Minimum At *11 Bmnelin. MfkWlMt "•« 1/- D.ro«» 26POf«;S«~lttlMSI8S5! »pt«e»oo miMtt" ■" gaCTs^t °"1"' "cars^.. ^, jikw Kti-U i**vtr aotthft. . Home Comforts in the Trenches. HOW PROCURABLE. GRIFFITHS BROS. Pack and post for you * selected parcel'©? Best-Quality Goods, packed in sealed tin», with canvas cover, prompt attention and despatch. Send name and address ef soldier and , .-"WE DO THE BEST Parcels from 7s 6d'to 20s each _r OAXL'A^© i^iSPKOX. «VT~ . Sales Room—66 Elizabeth Strset, Office and Warehouse—30 Flindere-st, Melb.<;: Who's Your 1 alloy? ■ ■ E. ■ PRHN2I, ; j! why? ' FOR MY XMAS SUIT Specialised to Tailoring Only. ©tiarftafcecd Perfect, in Cut Make,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

. MONUMENTAL . WORKS CffiAHAM: ST.. CA8TLEMAINE. Marble and Granite- Monuments __ (71 a 1 Descriptions always in - Lettering and General Repairs (iorrespondcnco Promptly Attended io. - . Phone No 03; Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on honor • try tsiem .Write tor'qaofcitioas fojee^, delWer«*™« your nearest Railway Statioa, ob'.o.y* ' %Islto at ne prices / ' .--:r r.; Best Imported Dwarf E^aex Bsjpe, Hunter Biver and other leading varieties of turerno Soro-hums, Millets, Turnips,: the wonderful new fodder Plant Silver Baet, an !. Smith's famous strains ol Field Oarrofand Champion tfanget. Stater approximately l'UAlltltie" :C<IUcttalo8tie3 free. jMelbourne Address—Box 1GS G.P.O, • C < K - GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plarit Merchant, Ballarafc. Est. 1868 -7y " H ' • . / - t aafc fewiii NOW SHOWING kl The Leading Drapers In all Departments Groods Imported Direct.* Inspection Inrited. !Norelties in all Departments' : ! M-Creery & Hopkins Castlemaine *. > jl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS, Christmas and New Year Holidays HOLIDAY Excursion Tickets will be isauod to and from from all stations (suburban excepted) from 11th December till 2nd January (both dates inclusive), available for return on and after 25th December till 2nd February (inclusive). The journey must be commerced on the date of the ticket; and may b« broken (see posters).. Ou tickets bearing dates from 11th till 24th December (inclusive) the return journey cannot be commenced till 25th December. GEO, H. Sutton, Secretary Id connection with the WAR will be held WEEKLY on Tues day Evenings aa follows — Dec. 12—Francis-st Baptist Church—Hev M'Douald Dec li)—Methodist Church—Rev Beeson Preliminary Announcement. 1\/TALD0N' Miners* Association "will 1>JL hold a Monster Picnic and Sporta at the Butts on Boxing Day, December 2(]th, Got water provide d. CREDIT BONCibr LOANS os FARMS tu sMM from £50 to £2000 a 6 per cent Interest &nd from 14 per cent, in redaction of pr'iC_ cip*l—whic...

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Wedding Bells. BLACKMORE-WALTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 December 1916

Wedding Bells, BkACKMORg-WALTERS. I A very quiet but pretty wedding ] was celebrated at the residence of I the bride's parents at Woodbrook, I on the 1st November, when Mr John I Alexander Blackmore, the eldest son | of Mr and Mrs T. Blackmcre, of | North Mftldon, was united ia the !boiy bonds of matrimony to Miss Edith Mary Walters, the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs H, Walters, of. Woadbrook, the officiating clergysafic being the Rev. T, fleeson, The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a pretty dress of white silk, trimmed with iace and French knots, the usual wreath and veil were worn, and a bouquet of white carnations andj asparagus fern was carried, The bridesmaids, Misses Alice end Olive j Walters, sisters of the bride, were ] also dressed In white silk, with pale j pink hats, while Mr J, Hayes acted as best man, Afcer the ceremony a very dainty breakfast was partaken of, when the usual toasts were honoured. The happy couple then lett, amid showers of confet...

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