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Maldon Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

Maldsn Hospitaf. The monthly meeting of the committee of the above was held at the institution last night. Present—Messrs West (vice president. in the chair), M'Beath. Walker, Williams, Dabb (acting secretary), Long, and Rev Jones. Reports The matron f^iss Peterson reported that the daily average of inpatients for December was 8. and for the quarter 6 "43. Nurse Murray resigned on 5th Dec , and Miss Whittet was appointed and commenced dutf on 3rd inst The bed lifter was received during month, and that with male ward blinds were purchased with money received from cake raffle The following donations for Xmas are thankfully acknowledged ; — Mrs B Bryant 10s worth dainties Mrs Oswald pudding, biscuits and cheese, ;,;rs Little 4s worth cheer, Mrs Apperly, Miss Farley and Miss Calder cakes, J. Couehman 2 dozen soft drinks, bv O'Brien 1 dozen ditto, F, Moss case vege tab]f>3, Mrs Woodward vegetables; other donations are also acknow ledged with thanks from Mrs Meyer and Mrs Latus milk, M...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

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Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THUNDER WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

THUNDER WEATHER. "Why are you so late this moan ing, •Johnny ?" asked teacher, a-, littir Quivcmill cam? marching i» much after the usual time. "I'lease. miss, we've got twicers at our house" "Twicers ?" queried the puzzled U>Rcher. "What. flo you tn«an ?" "Plwse, miss, two new habits-" conw this morning." "Two. •Johnny. Blest: the child. h« means twins. And what arc yr>ii go ing to cah them"? Do you know"1" "Yes. m.isfi -: 'Thunder and Litrn? ning.' Had said."

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

Mining1 No t ea On Saturday last ibe directors or the South German '"ompany, to gether with the roiue manager, made au inspection of the mine, the main object of which was to visit the various levels and decide upon what portions of the workings were worthy of additional exploration. Two levels were selected for ex aminaiion, the 620 and 1100ftj and i' is officially stated that evidence was forthcoming to justify the opinion that with very little expen diture important developments could be expected. Oswald's Gold Wines—North British mine—500ft level — stoping , north and south on stone 6ft wide, worth 5dwts; 1000ft level—sloping on stone 6ft wide, worth 15dwts; 1450ft level—driven north to 1015ft all stone in end ; at 900ft level lay ing rails and putting on pipes to drive for 1000ft shoot of gold. Mine stopped for 2 weeks to repair winding engine, compressor, etc. Yields—Battery, 577 tons crushed for 333ozs I7dwts; copper plates cleaned for 277ozs 12dwls—total 611ozs 9dwts.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

LOST—Gold (Amethyst Centre) Broocli between Parker- st, and St. Brigid'a on Sunday ? reward, J, D'Orstij

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STARTLING INVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

A STARTLING INVITATION. The front-door hell was out of re* pair. Mother instructed John to pu' up some sort of notice to that, cfttrt John is better at athletic games than in regard- to punctnation. Tl-.: finally evolved this sign, which a startled neighbour presently brought in to the mother :— "Please Knock tfco Door-Bell Out of Order." . ^

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

THERE IS OflSLY 0?JS SANDER EXTRACT, ami that ia why tbe people insist on getting it, and Why they r. ject the ccuny inferior substitutes arid tbe ehoap and frequonlly harmful " jnBt as good.' Tbe GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT is free from the objectionable quali ties oC the common egcaly plus oils and the so called "extracts." SANDER'S IX, TRACT is the moat powerful antiseptic and healing remedy that can be used withsafety —t prevents and cures all infectious dis eases—Influenza, Colds, Voyer, Small-pox. Diphtheria, Flatulence, Dyspepsia, Diarr hce.i, Dysentery ami Kidney troubles SANDlii;'3 EXTUA.CL'^applied to Ulcer?, Burns, Sprains, Uuts, Irritable, Itching and tnllamed Skin, givos immediate relief auc' cures permanently. ',5 drops in a \u;ispoon ful of Codliver Oil is a specific for chronci lung affections — Rheumatism is quickly dispelled by it. Reliability, effectiveness and safety are the great aitributas of S&NUUR'S EXTRACT.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

St. Brlgld's School HalJ. Maldon. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY -24 CINDERELLA DANCE ' "And EU' -HRE PARTY 8-30 io 12.30 {under management of Miflg Fitzpatrick) in a'd of Refresh* ■•taont Booth of 8t Patrick's Day Sports. Good Music. 1 Admission !i> -Sunday Services. /J\HE METIIOIHS1 CSUlianBS Harker-fiiroet—Morning. Mr W, J a men Fountain-street—Moruing, Mr Rowe ; evening—Rov \V, Rule J&iiza. Visitors wol&oaied. DRE^BTTBRIAH ctttfltcn, Maldon Maldon U a.m. and 7 p ii:, Baiinghup 3 pan. Preaehor—Rev jM'Bcnald Seats free ; visitors wt^lcoiiaed jyjALDON1 BAPTIST CHUllOJI Morning and orening~Ut>v Pryce Visitors welcome. QQ NO R E GATJOJSAIi OHUUCHES Preacher—Rev Geo, Kiugr morning and evening Visitors heartily welcome READ THE The "MALDON NEWS" Leading District'Paper. Guaranteed Largest Circulation of any Paper in District —also the Cheapest. Price—3s 6d per Quarter Only 3d weekly if taken quarterly Become a eafcecriber right away, PKi$5yi&£4 is the Best. JIT. THE Lf...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APPARENTLY LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

APPARENTLY LOST. M.r. l,andlubb : "Ah they've just dropped Choir anchor." Mm. L&odlubh : "Dear me ! L was afraid they would ; it's been dang ling' outside all the afternoon " Th« fact that ' a man keeps a cow doos not prove that he is *a dairy farmer. Uniformity in tha time of milking and order of milking will have the best effect upon the cows. A tool shed will jray for itself many times over in the .prolonged life of the farm implements. One of the first things, to do' in improving your farm, if you have not already done so, is to put a silo on it this year. Sea ice yields freeh water when melted.. 2065.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

RIFLE SHOOTING The third shoot for the telescope look place at 500yds range, wnere Batty and M'Far'ane did best with the rifle, but A< F. Stacey still leads oil the aggregate, closely followed by Huish and ti&tty. Shooiing at 600yds will si art on Wednesday next, and a fortnight will be allowed to finish shooting at that range. Scores at 500 yards :■— Name. 500 Hep, Tl. Aggreg G-, Butty 47 Q 49 339 F. M'l'arlane 47 1 48 136 A. F Stacoy 43 5 48 143 G. Pearce 44 0 46 128 •J. Huish 46 scr 46 140 U. stacey 41 5 46 127 J. Morgan 44 2 46 135 V, Lahn 45 scr 45 126 J. Browu 43 i 44 125 A. M Arthur 41 2 43 136 J. Cook 39 0 41 129 E.Brown 40 I 41 129 F. Tollitt — — — 8S W. Orron — — — 80

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

an j HEAD. OFFICS SYDNEY. rSfc"n General Banking Business pXclpV Crties and Town* of AirttrntU, London, Tldworth (8all«burV Plain), and R«b«uL I Bsnkfnr and Exchmge 3u»mcm of ererr description tranwctefl wittim ( W££»b. United Kingdom ind abroad. Current iccounta opentJ. Interwt p*i Jlstd dipeilte. Adraoces nisde »faimt ipprortd tecuntici. Savings Bank Department Tlr InturoBt ao/ Minimum At all Branch©*, per annum a/« 1/- Deposit 2600 ^ £££«* up to £300 • ' INTERSTATE *od ISTERKATIOKAL Ssriufs Back ?«U!Jtiet. «„«. <9>i DBSIIGK *n.Llsfc. H«wr i JJ.HES I*T,U DoyntT Gown". .km, an Home Comforts in the Trenches. J HOW PROOTJRABtiE. , GRIFFITHS BROS. Pack and post for you, selected parcel of Best Quality Goods, packed in sealed tint, with canvas cover, prompt attention and despatch. Send name and address of soldier and WE DO THE REST Parcels from 7s 6$ to 20# eaclft V OJkliL INSPECT AT— Sales Room—66 Elizabeth Street, rX Office and Warehouse—30 Flindert-st, MieSb. . Who's Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

Hedfearn MONUMENTAL WORKS . eaa'HAM st- castlemaine, ^■":'"*^irj6l(0'and Granite Monuments Of all Descriptions always in Stock " - and Geiifcral Repairs ; ■;G««5ppiaence. Promptly Attended to. Phone No9L;, i. K 5, :-r 'X# '•{ ? Podder Bfeds^ Smith's Seeds are sold on honor TBYjTHEM Write tot quotattoTrt Solecd*. delfrared ac yoar aearest U.*tl^T 'Station,, balov ^lelWarBO prices of ----- nlUcll}°lcgno£ iJls^ ilflibouKG Addrees-Box 1SS G.P.O. 6E0.SMtTHj Seat! and Pteni Merchant, Ballarat. .-Est. 186*; Mi Mtwt KOW SHOWING kl The Leading Drapers ali Departments Goods Imported Direct, Inspection Invited. Novelties in all Departments e£»Sn9i£*w i]H!'C— M Creery & Hopkins Castleniaine ... v; •v;.v? \ Enlarged Portraits of Soldiers ■? RICHARD'S &. GO'S i'gunons BnllariU Studio Let as make you a beautiful peniuueul eulargameut of your sokiior sou or brother ; we guajgnbee satisfaction, The follovriog are onr^^s tusd prices Size of Photo Size of ilgiini Frames Prior. - * 1221...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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DANGER FROM BUSH FIRES [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

! DANGER FROM BUSH FIRES I Bush fires are not the result of ! visitations of nature, but of oaro leflsness. At this period in our general history, and in this parti cular year, special precautions i should be taken tor their preven : tion. The season has been an ] exceptional one, and ike growth of i vegetation has been abnormal, ; Now that the hot weather is coin : ing in in earnest, this vegeiation ] is drying up very rapidly ; and | settlers and municipal bodies should realise that special pre cautions are urgent against pos sible deyastation. There is unusual risk from bush fires, from which the country has suffered so ! much and so unnecessarily in the ^ past. Had there been adequate organisation a very large propor tion of the losses could have been .either entirely prevented or greatly mitigated. Just now, the preservation of property requires to be made the object of special vigilance. It has been said that none of the mistakes of life are fully reparable. The truth has part...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 January 1917

THB ®5aliwn Batos Published Twice-a-\Yeek. c< FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, J AX. j . At the Maryborough sports oa Netf Years's Day W. Robinson, o2 Asp^ndale (formerly of Ma'dou) ran second Ja the 220yds handicap and third In the quarter-wile. The. Sheffield handicap was won by S Holl, who also ran first in the quarter-mile and third la the 220yds handicap. The nest Cinderella: nance to l» held In the RC. school hali will take p'ace on the 24th mst, under the auspices of Miss Fitzpauicfc, and will be in a\d of the refresh* ment boo'h in connection with Sf Patrick's Day Sports * The first load of wheat for the season has arriyed at the Shelfaoufne railway station, It being brought bs Mr Jas Rumbold, who has. for the past four years been the Stat sac's year. Over 2000 people assembled at the Campbell's Creek racecourse ots New Year's Day, principally for the purpose of witnessing an aeroplane display bv Mr Basil Watson, but aui accident to the machine on Satur day rendered ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANKLY ADMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917

FRANKLY ADMITTED. ' Some time ago a charming girl ! came to town to spend a week with J a young woman friend. While there she waa induced to take part in a ichurch bazaar, and was given charge . of the confectionery stall. Eventual i ly a middle-aged man was led that j way. 1 "They tell I must buy some chocolates." smiled the victim, pick ing up a box from the stall. "How : much is this ?" "A sovereign," answered the girl, ; without any visible evidenca of con' , scientious pangs. | "Um," thoughtfully returned the victim, glancing from the chocolates to the girl, "aren't you a little , dear ?" j "Well," coyly rejoined the other, ! "that's what all the boys say."

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONTRABAND. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917

CONTRABAND. An English lady was taken in to suppler at a private party a few nights ago by a young Scotsman who had a high estimate of his own mental capacity. They drifted on the ! subject of the Scot abroad. I "I've often heard," said the lady, ;"that Scotsmen who leave their eoun ! try are, generally speaking, much | cleverer than those who stay at 1 home." \ "Oh, yes," replied tie Scot, with I an attempt at wit. "You see, the ; reason is that at every outlet there ! are persons stationed who examine ' all who pass, so that, for the hon j our of the country, no one is allow 1 ed to leave who iB not able to up i hold his own and his country's dig nity." "Oh, then," she said, with a bright smile, "you were smuggled, were yoif?"

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WISE ARD OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917

WISE ARD OTHERWISE. * ~ JOFFRE AND HIS CHAUFFEUR. The 'Poilu,' a lively Httle news paper produced in the French trenches prints this Jollre story. The generalissimo'a chauffeur, L was chatting with some soldiers. "Well," they asked him, "what does the general say ?" "Oh, not much ; he talks very lit tle" "But yet " *" "Well, the other day, for instance, in getting- into the car, he said, 'Things all right, L ?' 'Yes, gen eral,' I replied." "And was that all he said ?" "Another time he said to me, 'You have a very pleasing appearance, L< .' 'Yes, general,' I replied." "But does he never speak about the war ?" "Oh, not often. But yet—the other day he did say to me,~'Ah, my bravo L , when is this war going- to end ?' "

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Black Watch Charge. THROUGH A DELUGE OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917

Black Watch Charge. THROUGH A DELUGE OF FIRE. Speaking of an advance of the Black Watch to the attack on Ger man trenches, an officer who served with the particular battalion says - "Even a conscientious objector would have been forced to admire the fine way m which the jiven of the Black Watch advanced. They went in as though posing for the pictures, and every man thought the film was go ing to be exhibited in his native town. At the word of command they were off like a group of Derby fav ourites. As soon as they appeared, the deluge cape, and they had to advance as best they could through a withering fire that left very little space untouched. The Germans came swarming over the parapet, recklessly exposing themselves in their eagerness to ar rest the Highland torrent, which was now closing in with leaps and bounds. The Highlanders were soon near enough to make use of bombs, and they fairly pelted the enemy with them. They wiped out a machine-gun section with their first bombs, and...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New Kind of Warfare. SHELL HOLE SUTCC[?]DS THE TRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917

New Kind of Warfare. SHELL HOLE StTCCBBDS THE TRENCH. We are fighting every day and every night in pairs, in platoons, in com panies, and now and again in bat talions a new kind of battle. Until recently nothing quite like it was known, or practised. Soldiers either stayed in their trenches or attacked another trench. To-day they do neither. To the trench has succeeded tbe shell hole, and a man or many men may lie there as snug as a trap spider or a hermit crab (writes the special correspondent of the "Daily Mail." Into these holes the enemy wrig gles forward or stays hidden, trust ing for his safety wholly to utter secrecy by day and to darkness by night. While .the sun is up these lurkers dare fire no single shot. At night the rattle of their machine-guns or automatic rifles is continual. Of course, the troops line trenches and live in them. What our pioneers have done during the past fortnight in or ganising—a big word for digging—ia worth all the life-saving medals pre sented du...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917

In Memoriam,' {}RJGG-ln loving memory of ?ohn " Grigs'. who was accidentally drowned .-it tim Eaglehawk baths on January 1st, 1867, Ok for (lie ioucli of & vanished hand, And ibe sound of a voice that is etill, —Ic-jried by bis only surviving daughter WE, A. Williams.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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