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

MAXK YOUR OWN COUOH MIXTURE. A pint of the fmsst <.|u:t(iiy remedy for coughs, colds and throat troubles —equal to 12s. worth of ordinary mix t'jrey -rit:iy be made.tit'« few minutes by ad'Jing 2s. worth of.'HEAN'S ES- ' SENCE to" water'- and' sweft'&ning. Sir n-df-T Halyard, the famous nove list, v.'ho recftntl/ visiters Australia, wrote, on the five of his depArture: " You will bs interested to knxw thai I am taking a supply of HEAN'S ES SENCE away with inc."' Upon my re turn to England I shall be pleased to bring its merits under the notice of ny friends." HEAN'S ESSENCE is obtainable from all leading chemists and stores. j 16 OST— D"mbre!lar at Rutis. Finder ])Ieas6 return to this office. L J OST—Watcb and Chain, on Castle > JLJ icaino road—reward, Apply Btatp | Savings Bunk.Maldon. LOS'f, between Chapel-st and English .Baptist Church on Sunday last Gold Brooch, with agate in centre (keep sake) ; finder rewarded on returning to "W. Snart, Chapol-streeu Sund...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER WAR LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

ANOTHER WAR 1,0 AN. The prospectus uf a further issue of the Commonwealth War J. can has bow been announced, and the particulars appear in our advertising columns to-duy. It will be seen that the torms of the Loan are again liberal, an additional attraction being that a defiuitt-announcement is nov.' embodiod in the prospectus that moneys invested in this Loan 'will be exempt frem the operations of the Wealth Levy. In stalments. instead oi being payable in 4 amounts, have on this occasion been ex tended over at»rm of 10 mouths. payable at the rate of 10 per cent per month, and this modification v?ill no doubt meet the convenience of many investors. Ou the other hand, people who wish to do so may pay up in full immediately, receiving; an j extra 15s per cent interest. i The British Government have requested i the Dominions ra finance themselves as far as possible in providing uioiicy for ; equippiug and maintaining our soldiery at i [ the front, and it is the patriotic duty of | all ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

CHAPTER XX. Miss Winter and her father, with j ..Jack and Kosx, were sealed in the cabin. *he latter in front of the door opening into Morgan's state room. My friend presented me in ihe warmest way to his guests. ."You'll forgive me. 1 know, Carl, for. Juaving forgotten to send for you, but. the sight of Florence has driven ■thoughts of everything else out of my* head. She has been telling me ot the".loss of'the ship, and our voyage rlias given us a good deal to talk about." • , X'-'Isti't it.wonderful, Mr. Tremaine, that Jack should have been here just in time to rcscuc us?" remarked Miss Winter. Turning to me, Mr. Winter said ; "Captain Harding has been telling us something of your voyage, and a remarkable story it is. I was decided ly dubious about the treasure when : he first informed mc about it, though ■ T could but admit it. was worth look ing into. You have ..been fortunate in finding it so readily, and, 1 should judge, with so little trouble." "The voyage has indeed been a ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

Don't Walt Till To-morrow. [ It's little colds that grow into big colds, j the big colds that end fn consumption and I death. Don't wait till to-morrow to treat I the little cold?, for one dose of Dr SheldoE's J New Discovery for Cougha and Oolda will | break ap a cold if taken at the beginning } Dr Sheldon's New Discovery is a safe and a j never-failing remedy, Pricey ig Gd aad 3?. S Obtainable ererywbere, A united service will be held in the English Baptist Church on Sunday, erenlng, commencing at 18.15. The ministers of the Maldon I Ministers' Association will take part | lie the service, j The next war lntercessional ser vice will be held in the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday evening, when an address will be delivered by the Rev W, ft. Jones. The regulations bringing into effect the provisions of the Daylight Saving Act, will come into effect on Monday next (New Year's Day). The clocks will be advanced an hour on New Year's Day, and the public are requested to put their clocks o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

CFfAPTEU XIX. "For'three .days wo flow steadily bo- j lore a wind winch fleer•eased each J day from a small gale in the morn-1 ing to a breeze, to which, all plain i canvas : was--spread . at night. The i brig had .made,a splendid rim, gain- | .ingi:Ko:Mn"chvAiiorlhing that, we were not^farj/romvthe usual track 01 ves -sels\boiund C-wcst from Australian IK>rls- Wo- had beconiO thoroughly :broken'. : ijiio'^' the i'routine of watch ! above and,, below. .rl hree tunes a day Morgan 'was supplied with the bread J and water -which constituted his foodjr .the' meals invariably passed fin silence.■.■■'He'.onceV asked to be al lowed tos come on ;deckr for a short time/, but the request • was refused. ■ Since i then he had not spoken. We ; were - all in high spirits ovec. our. progress, and were planning for-; 'the disposition .of the treasure and our return to F.ngland, when one '■morning-the topgallant sail was car-1 Tied awav under a particularly heavy | gust. Jack ..went,, aloft ~to a...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

railway manifest. SOood? and parcels were, lying «fc the local Railway Station to-day for : — f Goo Js—Dabb. Brooks. | l'arcul —Grigg, Hodgkinson, Rumbold, | Rodda. Richardson, Koberts. Berry, Dennis 8 Wilson. Moh?, Stanley, Brown, Gharlesj I Carman,D'Arcy, Couclnnan, Davis, Wood j Fitzpntrick, Gas Work?. skinner, Somer { & Dalib, Wiiiersdorf. Skewe?, Wcodhoupe | Douglas and Bell.

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

EE AD ■0?FICE for s.11 General Banking Business principal Cities and Towns of Auitrelia, London, Tldworth (Salisbury Plain), and Rubaul. Cable remittance* made to. and drafts drawn on forticn pliesfi direct. Foreijfn bilit negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to cn» part of the world. Usnkinp tnd Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest ptid on flxed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department Minimum At all Branches, and ov*r ,nte!l^!£. 3% •J i " Deposit ocaq Atenciss at Foat Offico* per nnnum '' xouu in Australia and Pspuo. up to £300 " INTERSTATE »nd INTERNATIONAL Sivicfrf Firflitiet. - ,r ^ OoT«roor. Am, Itie DIKUOfT K1LUIB, St»«r»or M Home Comforts in the Trenches. HOW PR< >Ct 'KABLE, GRIFFITHS BROS Pack and post for you, selected parcel of Best Quality Goods, packed in seated tins, with canvas cover, prompt attention and d...

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

! I/IT® Hedfes^n "MONUMENTAL . WGXKS fiHAHAH ST- OA8T.LEMAI N"E. ■-''^agble and Grap i to Jlonumeate %•'•' Of a'l Descriptions ahvays in Slock Letteriiig and Gen^r^i Repairs • O^rwepoiidence Promptly Attended to. - Phofta.No ffO. r. ■ :./.:Fodder. Seeds/ : -; Smith's Seeds are sold 011 honor TRY TI-IBM _' . Write for qaotftUons fojeeJ*. doliverc;! ar, yo'Jr .ne<ueit- R ill way •, Sta t MaV Pa!*-* • Mu!l>:wniu;'}mcc3 ^ Smith's famons siraiua aiiantUice'rcquirod. r __ - x > „ - - j . . Catalogues free, . Melboiirnc'Address—Bos 16S G .P.p. " t" GEO.-SMITH, Seed,and-Planf Merchant, BaUar&t. .Est. LS68 - , RlS L: NO W SElOWlNA &.'£ The. Leading Drapers In all Departments ■ ■ Goods Imported Direct. Inspection InTited, .Novelties in all Departments i M'Creery & Hopkins Castiemaine Enlarged Portraits of Soldiers RICHARD'S & CO'S Famons Ballarat Studio Let 113 ajake you a beautiful permanent enlargement of your soldier eon or brother; we guara...

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

A Weaic Stomach Will aot pei mit of suiScent to be eaten to nsure health and strength. A weak stomach cannot digest chough food to keep up the streugth even if it were eaten1 Do not try to cure dyspepsia or other stomach troubles by dieting. Satisfactory work of muscle or brain cannot be performed on half rations, A variety of food and plenty of it is ncces- j sary. Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tabulea is the remedy that will let you oat all you heed— j or want. If youuse .Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tabules you will soon be ablet j eat all kinds of food, Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tabules | are the only digestanc or combination of digestauts that willdigesfc All classes of food-- i When you tase Dr Sheldon's Digestive ! Tabulea everything you eat tastes good, and j every bit of the nutriment that it contains is ' assimilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues. Did yon ever hear of a man or woman bein^ sick or weak, who cnuld eat heartily, and who enjoyed their meals ? ! Every man, woman or...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 December 1916

Mining: Notes South German Co.— 1750ft main leyel—There Is no change in this level; have been breaking west side of level to make room for timber; No. 2 and 4 stopes—have been put ting in timber and mullocking up these stopes during last week, no change in these stopes. Treateu 360 tons of tailiugs by cyanide for a yieid of 55ozs 5clwts stnelled gold ; cleaned up copper plates for 2Sozs 14dwts At the Go<t battery the following crushings were cleaned up last week —Brown and Treglown (Mosquito reef) 11 tons for oozs 2^'dwfcs ; J. Leighton (Sandy Creek 15 tons for oozs lodwts: Jones and i'ollitt (Nnggetty reef) S tons for 2ozs ; Blackmore and Brown (Springs) 4 tons for 5ozs ITdwts ; Morcocn & Ivudey (L,adv:s reef) 9 tons for 6oz lldwts 6grs; Stacey and Merlo (Cookman's^ 5 tons for 2ozs 3-Jdwt. Somer and Dabo will clean up 15 tons from German reef after the holidays, and id the meantime the machinery will be overhauled.

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BRUCE'S MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

BBUCE'S MOTHER. The inspector was examining a ! class of hoys, and they had been specially told beforehand by their master "Don't answer unless you , are almost, certain you are right." Hiwiory was the subject. "Now, tell me," said the inspec tor. "who was the mother of our great Scottish hero, Robert Bruce ?" -Flo pointed to the top boy, then round the class. There was no answer. Then, at last, the heart of the teacher of that ;lass leapt with joy. The boy who was sitting at the very foot, hold up his hand. "Well, my boy," said tne inspec tor, encouragingly, "who was she?" "Please, sir, Mrs. Bruce !"

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TOBACCO'S INFLUENCE IN WAR HUSSARS CHARGE SMOKING BIG CIGARS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

TOBACCO S INFLUENCE IN WAR 1— HUSSARS CHARGE SMOKING BIG CiGAKS. "Send us cigarettes and more cig arettes" is the plea to be found in almost every letter sent home from our soldiers at the Front, for to bacco seems as necessary to our lighting men as food and drink. There was a time when the mili tary authorities would have stopped the wholesale importation of the weed on the battlefield. Wellington, for instance, was very averse to his riidn smoking when on service, but to-day.the commanders realise that tobacco has an inspiring influence on troops which is an asset in warfare that cannot be overlooked. It has been proved that soldiers well sup plied with • tobacco, if their wind and shooting do suffer slightly as a result, fight ' better than those who are deprived of the influence of the weed. To-day one hears of the; Germans lying in-: the" trenches with 'pipes in their moutHs; and even their cavalry are*known . to advance while puffing at cigarettes. ;Tn the British trenches tr...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) TREASURE FOUND A BRIDE WON. PART ELEVEN. CHAPTER XX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

, (ALL RIGHTS • RESERVED.) | treasurefound -A BRIDE WON. A BY GEORGE) E. GARDNER. PART ELEVEN. CHAPTER XX.—(Continued.) Florence was there, and going be : low, he soon if turned with her. I •had thought her beautiful before, but whun she sti-pped on the dock of the -••Janet' into the troad sunshine, ra diant with health and the joy of loVing and being loved, I doubted I whether ft fflircr ho<i ovci gladdened a lover's heart. ^Sh.,' was ' dressed in aclose-fitting muslin gown which barely reached her ankles, the, onlyicolour; being a bit of ribbbn at. ihc neck Hoi aim irsted confulentlj in Jack's., and she looked at him with, air adorable expression of,; love and-'trust.- Harding camc'to the mat ter in hand °-t °n<e;t . , .'-i *t« '*•1 want to ask'iyou an/impdrtant .piestioii, ,f,-Florence, and ^you'll -see win in a'1 minute Ibd jou cvei know •> mai/ nameiK Morgan , *- 1/ •-^"j'hL'ro was a slight .flush of sui * prise1 as she' looked" her„ lover, full in Mher...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

RAILWAY MANIFEST. (*csods and parcels were lying at the locfil Raiivrtv Station to-day for Goods—Allen, Rumbold, Caldei' and Brooks. Parens—Wbittafc, White, Reweli Treagovc*- Uren, Oouehwan, Stanley, Broom, Baeia?, Darcy, Hodgkinfiou, Harrison j Jjmg, Krako, M'Farlano and Haddocks.

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CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

CHAPTER XXII. -Though morning .was now close at liancl, I" fell into a sound : sleep' the moment r lay down-, on.the hard bottom of the boat, -only to be shortly awakened ,by a" dash, of cold water?.full »in my face\ The sun had just thrust itself above the horizon, •bringing 'more wind with it. The fog had ' blown >aw"ay. The tiny craft: was plunging and driving into the" long, swell,' and the best of .iudg-| nij.-nt, together with the nimblo.st of hands,: were required to prevent the.j seas ;from curling over her. Jack's ' linn• .gras'p /held the steering oar ! however, under Whose skilful guid- ; ance' she was making tolerably good; weather; of it.. Host' of the men wei'e j stillfasleep. Ji kind o/ bed had beenrj made.up of. odd ends of sail-cloth, on ; which Florence was • slumbering,1, •peacefully, .-•.her, lips slightly, parted,"r and a faint smile hovering over her sweet face. Air., Winter sat by her side,: "his ■ face buried in his hands. The sun shed a glorious iusirc up...

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CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

I ITAPTER XXI. By "midnight the dock was desert ed, save for the solitary watch for ward • and the. never-failing man at (he. wheel. The brig slumbered on the-'surface of .the deep, not less pro-,, foundly than did her crow in the forecastle. A little later T came on deck for"a few minutes. A shght breeze, had risenrvunder whose pres sure the.; STanet^ was moving steadily oh her conrse. The wind had brought a fog along .with-it, -which was in creasing in density, and 'With which the hitherto bright rays of. the moon were waging cv sickly and dishearten-,; ed warfare. Barely had T retired to the cabin, when there was a hard shock, followed ) by 'the 'ominous sound of grinding timbers. Some thing scraped along the bottom of the brig, then all was still., The si lence was but for a .moment, howT ever. ?There was a rush of trampling. feet on deck, and the frightened cries of men terrified, by their very ignor ance of the object of their fear. With one leap T regained the deck. "For Heav...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE PREVAILER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE PREVAILED T 13y i\ K. Trask, in the "Smart Set." There was Joy and anticipation in ' the breathless crowd that swept in- ' to the North Union station on the : eve of Thanksgiving, and naught but cheer among the homegoers who fill ed the Green Mountain Flyer stand ing on the west tracks. "Ail aboard !" was quietly spoken, the gate clanged at the word, each passenger settled back with a sigh of satisfaction, but the train did not start. Tn the dining car all was happy confusion, grinning darkies ran to and fro, orders were shouted and laughing greetings exchanged, but without, a hush as of great portent, a sudden stillness accentiiated by far away sounds that were but parts of the silence, settled over the vast building. Minute after minute passed. and again the clang of the gate and e.cho-' ing footsteps. Tlien through the en compassing silence came the porter with a great English hunting bag, in long winter coats, file young pre sident- of the Fitchburg and...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

The next ordinary meetiugof the local branch of the A.N,A. will be held at 8 o'clock on Monday evening, when, the balance-sheet for the past 6 months will be pre sented, The half-year just passed throusrh has been a most severe one as far as sick pay is concerned but the membership shows an increase, and the funds are also steadily mounting tip, and now amount to .£2,700. Third round of the euchre tournament will also be played. i ! Visions of We»lch | visit us all, at timer, but arc not likely to come true without the good health which will enable us to grasp the wealth that con ; tinual striving brings. Nothing ia bo sure j to pull down the vitalitr as the constant Colds, Coughs and Catirrh, which afflict so many people, and nothin? will ao surely j prevent those weakening diseases Dr I Sholc'oa'« Now Discovery for Coughs and ! Colds, that remarkable curative medicine for all disorders of the Nose, Throat and S Lungs, This new scientific specifice is uasur ! passed. It will quickl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

Bereavement Notiee. E FKEDERICE MOSS and Fauii!}' ^rntefully thank many Friends for kind-sympathy in recerst trouble.

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ICELAND'S RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

ICELAND'S RAILWAY. i. For years the people of Iceland have been planning to build a rail way on their island, and at last their hopes have been realised. Th> Althing, or Iceland Congress, has passed the Bill, and at no very dis tant date the steed of steel will worm its way between the glaciers and among the hot springs of Ice land. The main line of this railway will run from Keikjawik, the capital, to Thorsja ; here the road will divide, with one branch to the geysers and tho other to Oerbak. The total dis tance to be covered by rail is about 100 kilometres, or about 62 miles, and tho system is to cost approxi mately one "million dollars. At th" present time the facilities lor traffic and trade are still primitive. Travet lei's are obliged to ride "11 any ani mal which may bo available, while freight is moved in rude carts. The roads are for the most very bad. ami they are often made impassable 'by mountain torrents.

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