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Christmastide. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

Ginistmastide, This being the last issue oi Vu<* 1 " Maldoa News" before the Xmaa 1 holidays, we desire to express our 1 appreui&Uoa of i<x« support shs.i has I bseu accorded to ur during th; Cast 1 12 months, and tnutfor* con-i'iiu, acce of the sattso. d»?rine the coi'uit* yea?. It wfil be one eul-avor £ still tnaint&in a high standard, and to keep the "News'1 the loading ! and most widely circulated sad popular paper in the district. i>s advantages as the btst advertising medium are beyond doubt, sud [Q^ the modest sun of 3s 6d per q_uar*er the paper will be delivered or posted to any part of the Common wealth, ana new subscribers should hind i& their names at once to commence with the new year. With this issue we present to our - readers a neatly printed sheet almanac tor V)i\ containing nseful Information, ami wish one and all a happy Christmas and a bright and ptospercus New Year, Xtnas Eve will be observed to night (Fr{dsy)i and...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

RIFI.K SHOOTING lIumLor* sliootiny iu tho telescope1 competition must complete K&me at 200, iSOOaud 500 yards before eud of year, j A. handicap sweepstake Las boon ar- j ranged for mombers on ttoiiuy afternoon i at 303 yiu'dsjahooting will start; ai ;» o'clock > entry Is. Prizos, eutry money and am munition provided by the club, Arraugemohts will also be janda for i members to fire muskotery course. j

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TWO CHRISTMASES-A CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

■two CHRISTMASSS—A CONTRAST. I be children of Maldon are pre V for Christmas. tfou see their j >heads stuck into shop windows wondering wbat Father Xmas bring them. Jimmy would * that Mecanoo set and the ] (at ball, Fannie says she hopes II get that lovely big doll and "doll's bedstead, These wishes some mysterious way reach iheis ears and on Monday next ;n Jimmy and f annie open their ' ckitigs they will find that our {friend Father Xmas has brought 'ai their desires, They are also jaised an outing on Xmas day lia picnic at the Butts on 'Boxing i .r. atid perchance a visit to the •riois on Boxing night. Such is I; happy peaceful Xtuas of the ;;d:eti ot Maldon, •^TUiuk for a moment of the Xmas . ;th£ children of Belgium. ; iThere ate two million six hundred btisaud starving children there c: Xrnas. For over two years children have lived under the ; Jot dreadful fear. Many of them witnessed unspeakable horrors. Va'7 are terror stricken and rav» •vbd by disease, ■ 1 The consumptive...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Porcupine Flat Stale School. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

Porcupine Flat Stale Sehool. On VVodiu-tiiay a very enjoyable evoning was suens ai the above school fcu termi nate a very successful school year. Tlio proceedings took the form of a con cert- and supper. Although disappointed by the Msidon friends owing to an acci dent with the car; the program was re ceived with great interest and apprecia tion by the large audience. The chairman of the school committed ^Mr~W. Adams) occupied the chair. At the conclusion ot the program the grand ceremony of crowning tlw success ful queen was performed by Cr Da vies in the absence of Cr Hutton. The queen competition bad been ener getically worked by three ex-pupils—Ena Taylor (Queen of Charity), Lizzie Dayies (Queen of Agriculture) and Auyie Tyrrell (.Queen of Flowers), and tjioee three young ladies deserve the highest praise for tlio great amount of patriotic work ! performed by them. The contest was | keen and the announcement was awaited I with great enthusiasm. The Queen1 of Charity wasi crowned...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

I Miniaf? Notes 3 o m o H1C5: ^orth British, 500ft w u K ii'0 breaking stono 6ft wide ^feskhr^i-'- 3toj,e 'worth Sdwta; north rafialrlr 1.t. *^32 2fcoMf> o^irttif Kififip* auau 1 Sfi!'r-worn,h'f!-siopiug oil Btone 0 to fSfHrt i,"! }odv-'U per ton up 50 to GOft W;t.-,eVf-' ar ftuOft level to cut shoot nn'f * ^r»viug ought to cut lv;' -: '4o'fr i11'1 r>1Re !"tom stopes to 000ft Piyi all »trm» ? • ^rivo north extended , 1B.e of gold. Independent went° rise UP stone eut out ;ilonecni 1 p.0(lr? sinking winze down , ioId8: 720 tons treated I '• 7dwt?.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

Isnportaut Notice. SPEOIAL TRAIN Leaves Maldoa on Boxing Day at 12 noon, and returns from Oastlemaine at 10,45 p.m. Mechanics' Xastiute. Newstead WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27 Under direction of Miss G, Fitzgerald Proceeds ia aid of Soldiers Com forts Fnnd. Admission Is. DA.NOE to follow—Gents Is -no re freshments ■ Bereavement Notice. MRS R. BROMLEY A><0 FAMILY desire to r&fcurn their most sincere Thanks to their many kind friends for all message? of sympathy, letters, cards- telegrams, and to those who kindly sent flowers in connection with their re cent sad bereavement. Sunday Services, fJVflE M.ETHODIS1 CITUROUliS Uarker-Bkoot—Morning Rev Davey Fountain-street—Morning and evening —Rev W, Rule Jones. Vieitora welcomed. piiESBYTERUN CHURCH, Maldon Maldon 11 a.m, and 7 pm-, Baringhup 3 p.m. Preacher—Rev M'Donald Seats free ; visitors" welcomed M ALDON BAPTIST OHUUCH Morning and evening—KevPryce Visitors welcome. QO.NG R E OATiONAL OHUROHK* Preachers—Rev Geo. King, mo...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

Marriage. J OHNSON—KOBE l\TS— On the 2nd December, at St Matthias Church of England, North Richmond, by the Eey. Arthur Allnutt. Stanley Clajfkc, eldest eon of Mr and Mrs A. G. John son, Maldon, to Lilian Violet, young est daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Roberts, North Richmond.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

RA.II A V M A.N I FE ST. (ioock and parceis vr?re Jyiog nfc tlie local Rsilwsy Station lo-day for Goods—London, Uren, Oswald, .Hut-tori, Calder. Brooks Neilsou, £-uri"sford, Mor gan, Allan, Roberts, Butler, Dabb, Woods. Webster, O'Bryne, Robertson. Piirceh—Bowo.._Moyer^Stevens, Jouos Burchell. J3itika. Kjtisjht. S,S. TRrranuowev | M'Arthur. Tysaeii, Stopheno, Nankjvell [ Donnif, Davis, Olivor.. William?, Diokaon i Hodgkinson, Roburts. JEticbar Jaow nnd j Bradford.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

CREDIT I'ONCIER LOANS ok FARMS In sums from £50 to £2000 at 6 per cent Interest and from 1J per cent, in reduction o!. prin cipal—which pays off the loan in 27j years. uoang granted on Freeholds or Crown Leaseholds, which could be made freehold at any time on payment of the balance of Grown rents. No Charge for Mortgage Deed Loans may be paid off any half-yearly pay day, Bubject to a email charge if paid off within the first five years, but no penalty after five years. Forms may bo obtained at any Branch of the State Savings Bank, or by writing to The Inspeetor-Generai The State Savings Bank Elizabeth St, Melbourne ■ Important Notice. In accordance with our usual custom, and on account of the Xtrtas and New Year Holidays there will be no publication of «« The Maldon News" on TUESDAY, DEC. 26, and TUESDAY, JANUARY 2 Subscribers and advertisers arc therefore requested to make a note of this fact; The ordinary meeting of the A.N A, was held on Wednesday night, Mr J. Leach occupying the...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

Soirtmonrftli-fikfenfeot BuMta )l i " IIEA-t) OFFICE ■Mi General Banking Business piA Cities and Town* ct Auitrftlia, London, Tidworth (Salisbury Plnln), And Rftbftul. C»l>lo rcimtttat'es cude to. and drafte urt^n on forcicn piicen direct. ForeJgp bilis negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to anj ysrr, o? tbe world. 15*uiin? and ExcbRcge Business o! cverr description trnnpaefofJ witbln tho Common weaith, Units/1 Hing-doro snd abroad. Current account? opened. Iutereft p*lo ftxti dtpositn. /Wrance* made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department - i Minimum At all Branches, anil over 3% 1/~ Dopoalt 0600 Ar«ncic* at Po»t Oflficcn ^ ^ ■*OwU in Australia, and Pnpua. up to »800 IKTERSTATB md INTERNATIONAL Savings Bink Facilities. Home Comforts in the Trenches. HOW PROCURABLE. GRIFFITHS BROS. Pack and peat for you, selected parcel of Best Quality Goods, "packed in sealed tins, with canvas cover, prompt attention and despatch- Send name and address of • , ' soldie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

MONUMENTAL WO&K8 GRAHAM S'T" CASTLEMAINE: ; Marble and. Granite Monuments . Of a*l Descriptions always in Stock ? Lsttarisg and Geni.nl Repairs . Oorieepondence ProrapUy Attended to». . Phone No !>E. . ' Fodder Seeds. . Smith's Seeds are sold on honor TRY THEM . '* ■ * Write for qaotatidns fojeofe. d«liTcied ac y«>*jc nearest lUihvay StaltoJ, oo > v' Melbaariu: prices , . . r - 'Best Imported Dvfarf Esoas -Bape, -Hunter • 8i7*r and otherdeadlflfe'varicfetos of Lucerne; Sorghums, Millets, Turnip?, the wonderful new, to lder;Plnnl;:Silver L5acl, »ivl -Smith's famous Btraina or Field Carrot and Charapion Mangel; > Stace approxianUoly quantities required. " , .... Catalogues free. Melbourne Ac dress—Box'163 &.P.O."' -v' " - N " ' ' \ *"" 1 ' ^ I GEO-. SMITH* Seed md Plant Morchant, BaUarai:. Est, 1868 | ' fiwil KOW SHOWING M The Leading Drapers In all Departments v - Goods imported Direct. ; Inspection Inrited. *. . ' .Novelties in all Department? [ M'Creerf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

Don't Walt Till To morrow. It's little colds that grew into big colds, the big colds that end in consumption and death. Doa't wait till to-morrow to treat the little cold?, for one doae o£ Dr.Sheldon's New DiBcovery for Oouglis and Colds will, breakup a told if taken at the beginning Dr Sheldon's New DiBcovery is a safe and a never-failing romedy, Price, 3 g 6d and 3s, Obtainable everywhere. For Xmas.toys, cards, etc, call at Hodge's shop—prices reduced la order to effect a clearance.

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Letters from the Front, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 December 1916

fetters front the Front, la a letter fco a frteud Private Alex Phillips, of Badnghup, says— We left Melbourne on the 2Sth July and the nest day out we got a rough sea and made most of as sick; I had two days of it, feeding the fish, but for the test of the voyage ot six weeks aud two days I had a splendid trip, though there were a lot of measles and other sickness on board. We had one death before we got into Cape Town : they did not tell as what it was, but reports say it was meningitis ; he was buried at j sea ; the boys collected £100 and j sent to his widow through the j Y.M.C.Aj, man on board ; they do great work in the army ; the secre tary's name was Massey ; he told me his grandfather kept an hotel in Maldon in the early days; we stayed two days cosling up in Cape Town, aud we used to be taken on route marches around . the city ; we marched out about four miles to a place called Green Point on the beach aud were met there by a lot of ladies belonging to the churches and serv...

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THE DILETTANTI. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

THE DILETTANTI, By lfredcric Ho^art, in '"Snmrt Set.. i "Well, .that's not bad for a first attempt," said Cyril, as he fashion ed the long fair strand of hair into a bewitching little curl and tucked it'into its. place with a hairpin. "Liar !" she rejoined calmly. ;-Not a hit," he said. "This new style has been in only about a fort night," he added musingly, "but -1 used to be an expert with the Gre cian knot." The scene was not a hairdresser's shop, but a backwater of the. Uiver Thames on the most perfect August evening, and the two were lolling in a well cushioned punt. Mona St. Oerran . dismissm! the hand lightly resting from its labors upon her shoulder by asking for a cigarette, and having allowed it t<> be lighted at some length, leaned hack in her corner of the punt and surveyed the youth before her with ati amused smile. Nor was it an ill favoured picture upon which she looked. He was a tall, slim youth of twenty-three, possessed of a plenteous crop of wavv bro...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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POULTRY. SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

POULTRY. » ' - I - 1 1 T ■ - " " .SUGGESTIONS. Human sympathy to the bird's comfort amounts to shillings and pence. Clean the nests occasionally and put in a fresh' supply of nest mate rial. Uniform nest boxes adds to the attractiveness of the house. White diarrhoea is contagious among young chicks. If your breeding pens were proper ly bred and mated, you need not bo surprised to find some of the chhk- | ens developing into finer specimens : than their parents. j Watch the chicks closely and mark i the ones making the most satisiac- | tory growth. Select the tones that \ are plump, full breasted awl in good proportion. You will not, care to ; keep those that grow leggy and have : thin breasts. j Never, under any circumstances, keep more birds than you ean take care of well. Green food is necessary for all ages of poultry, rbut doubly so for the young chicks. Water and green food are cheap and very important. Be sure the baby chicks have exer cise in plenty. Keep them busy and hungry...

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PRODIGIES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

PRODIGIES. "Yos. sir, (hat boy of mi tin '"s <i. born piano player. Why, he can piny with his toes." "How old is he ?" "Fifteen.'' "I've g'ot a hoy at homo who < a." j>lay with his tow, and he's only o v year old." . .206-1

Publication Title: Maldon News
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FLOATING BOTTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

FLOATING BOTTLES. ? — The bottle which, thrown into thr sea at Studland Hay, Dorset, on Au gust JSlli, 1^13, is reported to have gone ashore near L'hristchiirch,: New Zealand eleven months later, has made what is perhaps a record i'1 long-distance drifting. But so far as the rale of travelling is concerned, its average of one mile and a half per hour was beaten by a bottle thrown into the Atlantic 1,250 rnilt>s, N.N.W. of Cap-- Town in November. JLVHS. which was found on April 6th. 19i:>. on 'he Iwach near Port Philip Bay. Victoria. To cover 7,750 miles in five months necessitated an hour ly average of two miles. For many years Captain - Simpson, K.H.G.S., experimented with drifting bottles, and at one time or another committed at least 10,000 to tn« sea. Of these ten per cent, have Ven found, and the particulars asked fop on the letter enclosed with each ha^'e been supplied to him. Many of ihe^C bottles had drifted about 10. 'X'Qi miles before coming ashore, but- the average ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Christmastide. Holiday Attractions. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

CliristmastUf Holiday Attract UQS3S As usual at this testis . the year, there was a iarst hifl,, visitors to Maldou, avsst" oi thee?1 being ex-residems who are atme-enT residing in the metropolis. On Christmas E'-e OMcUv'i .-pt. streets were thronged v?Uu people and as it was the last night bs-iore the holidays for shopping, everyone took fall ad^auta&e Q? it. shop, keepers were kept yery bUsy^ Women au<i childreu predominated iu the streets, men being ia ^ minority, Wood order prevailed throughout, and all the javeaUe population must have been out foe the night, and before the shops closed tl'e stock?, particularly iu the drapery aad toy establishments were indesctibly mistd, and despite the war, business ?.pp?sr to be as brisk as on previous occasions, On Christmas Day special service were couducied ia mast of the churches and they were well attended throughout. On Sunday night a party of i Baptist tolk and trie-ads patrolled various streets, singing carols, and...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) TREASURE EOUND -A BRIDE WON. PART TEN. CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

j fALXi RIGHTS RESERVED.) TREASURE FOUND -A BRIDE WON. '* ' k T BY GEORGE E. GARDNER. P A r; T TEN. CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued.) An angry-look swept over the face of the man, but he was too much ex hausted to' speak. The 'Janet' was now so near that. 1 determined to shout at the first favourable opportunity. It soon ennie. A long roller of unusual height swept solemnly over the sea. Filling my lungs as I rose along its-slop ing; side, I sprang into the air as I i reached its summit, and-'.-called with I all my strength.. Whether- it. was heard I* could not- tell, as the hoi- | low into which* 1-satik;complctely hid I thiy brig from . view but, on - rising ] again,could-sec -Jack's' glass point-' cd.at us, and'a." gesture of the hand showed .tliat -we .wereCVe'en. ''Our'' res cue was-'jiow^ccrtain. '-^Harding re mained at tl(c bowsprit."'keeping'^ a rari-ful-. w^tchjandjdjrec^ii)gi the brig's ,-ourse. -v ' ' , " • "Jjiialij I-lowovr«.a'boaj called"jny friend) as'she diewv~up ^IJTeast^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

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