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WIFE WAS ARTFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
WIFE WAS ARTFUL. A good story is that about a mail i who one day told his wife he would j l»r oil tbo oilrci- pleCWS Stle i found in his purse or pockets which j were coined in the year she was born, j As a result the lady in due course c>f time had quite an amount of sil ver on hand—so much, in fact, that she went to the bank and deposited it in her name. Then, speaking to the cashier, the lady said , "Mt husband tells me you are go ing to pay him some money to-day. j Won't you, please pay him in this silver I have just deposited ? I will be so much obliged if you will." Of course, the cashier, being noted for his courtesy to the ladies, quick ly replied that he would be happy to please her. As a result the lady has still more birthday money. "Good evening," Baid thirsty Fin negan, looking in at Flanagan's door, "What- d'ye want?" asked Flana gan, who was weary of appeasing Finnegan's thirst. "Nothing," replied Finuegan. . "Well, ye'll find it in the bottle where the whisky was....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
CREDIT BONCIER LOANSo:: FARMS la sums from £50 to £2000 at 6 per cent Interest 8aJ from II per cent, in reduction of prin- | cipnl—■'wbicJj ptys off the loan in 27A years, .uobds granted on Freeholds or Crown 'Leaseholds, which could be made freehold it any time on payment of the balance of J tf.ro wc rents. No Charge for Mortgage Deed loans may be paid off any half-yearly pay ■nay, subject to a small charge if paid off J Within the first Bve yoare, but no penalty filter lire years. ' Forms may be obtained at any Blanch of j tLe State Savings Bauk, or by writing to The Inspector-General State Savings Bank, Elizabeth St, Melbourne
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. If milk used for bread and butter | pudding is first boiled instead of be ing used cold, and poured over the sugared slices, when cooked, the mix ture will adhere as if an egg had been used. A Substitute for Suet.—Get a pound of butcher's fat trimmings, put it into the oven to melt, and pour off the fat as it melts. When cold, chop and use as shredded suet. This will keep good for weeks, and ! lesf? is needed for cooking than when suet is used. i i Before using lemons, scrub them j thoroughly, then grate off the yellow J rind. Mix with an equal quantity of : sugar, and keep in airtight tin. The j grated rind can be used for flavouring j cakes, custards, and anything for ; which lemon extract would be used. | This is economical, and the flavour is j much more delicate. j Rings can be cleaned in a^. hot lath- i er of Castile soap, ammonia, and ; water, using a brush to get under the stones or in the chasing. After j thoroughly washing, dry the rings in j warmed sawdus...
THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 9 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
■ THB Daliuw Mqtu# Published Tw'ice-a-Weefc. "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, J AN. 9 45-= la the box afc the local State Savings Bank the sum of £4 Is was placed daring 1.916 on behalf of the Children's Hospital,. which foas been forwarded to the institu tion by the managers Mr Sandys. During th6 holidays the boilers at the South German have been cleaned and tes'ed, battery over hauled and necessary repairs shade* Work wae resumed on '.Monday, It takes some time to get accus iomed to the effect of the Dayligh | Saving Act, which came iato force I -on January 1st the public clock ha" jngbeea put on one hour at 2 a.m. IHs rather strange to be in the enjoyment of broad daylight at 9 tt'clock at night, and to have good light up to about 10 o'clock, This Is something new for Australia. Some people adhere still to the solar iltne, find so far have not made any difference in their arrangement, but she public services have to guide the srsjorUy. Farmers consider that ibeir work day has been...
SAVORY EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
SAVORY EGGS. Savory eggB can be served in many j ways. Boil an many eggs as you re quire till hard, put into cold water, and when cold remove the shell. Split down the middle, remove the yolks, and you " then get a white cavity which can he filled with mince meat or any savory mixture. The yolk can be pounded and made into a sauce, or can be minced and mix ed with cold lean ham, parsley, and herbs, and made a mixture to fill. Serve on a bed of salad, or if liked these eggB are excellent eaten with curry.
WELSH RAREBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
WELSH RAREBIT. This ie made in many ways, but j the following recipe is excellent. One egg, 2 tablespoonfuls prated cheese, j 1 tablespoonful ale, 1 teaspoonful j Worcester sauce, 2oz. • butter, and . half a teaspoonful mustard. Add | pepper and salt to taste. Melt but- J ter in a saucepan ; beat up the egg, j mix this in, also the cheese and milk, ' and stir gently over a slow fire till ; the mixture is of the consistency of cream. Add the ale, then the condi ments and Worcester sauce. Stir it well ; then have rounds of hot but- j tered toast ready, and put a table- j spoonful on each. Serve on very hot j Plates.
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
RMLWA* MANIFEST. Goodi? And parcels were lying at the local Railway Station to-day for Good-t-Brooks, Branzi, Miller, Btttler. | Parcels—Broom, Stanley, Barber, Couchman, Sampson, Krake, Uren, Dillon. Harding, Hasleta, Harrison, Waterson, West, Roberts.
Ladies' Column. CHEESE CROQUETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
Ladies' Column. ♦— CHEESE CROQUETTES. These- are very popular, and easily made. , To make, mix about two ounces of grated cheese (old frag ments will serve for the pnrpoee), with doable the weight in cold mash ed potatoes, add 2oz. grated bread crumbs, and salt and pepper to taste. If parsley flavour is. liked, add a tea spoonful of minced parsley, then fas hion into balls. Beat up an egg, dip the croquets in this, roll lightly in breadcrumbs, and fry in fat till a golden brown. A frying* basket is best for the purpose.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
w )mmoiuveairi)^»K - - - • " HBAD OFFICE - m»l 9YDNtT. 0pw, rfilierai Banking Business prinel|Ml for all Genera rijworth (Salisbury P>»,n)-',l"IR*b*uK Cit.es and Towns of Au»tr*ll*, London, J>-wort l. ,llscet as^t. ForeJjp •fub'e remittances mide to. and drifts j3«-jc^to »ut ptrt of the worW. ' "bill* negotiated snd collected, i.ettera o' "'^ 'trsiMt-ted within the C«» T»«U« Mri E«h»*e Burin*. o£ crery tecnpt■»»»»« ^ Intemt p«W « wt*Ub, United Kingdom *nd »brp*d. ^urreni * Sip! depoiitt. AdYances m»diy**»lnit jpproreO «ec&lt;i Savln«'Bank Department , v »«°: " - IHTE/We ,.d IHTKRWATIQKAl> gtrfrg. atruun j ^ JAMKa xan,. t —*—^ ^"'3 Home Comforts In the Trenches. HOW prociibable. GRIFFITHS BROS, Pack and post for you, selected p&rcei &i Best Quality Goods, packed in sealed tins, , with canvas cover, prompt attention and despatch- Send name and address of soldier and WE DO THE REST Parcels from 7s 6d to 20# each CALL AND INSPECT AT— Sales Room—66 Elizab...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
MONUMENTAL WQRKSj; eKAHAM ST, CASTI,EMAWK. •■M^cfele aiid Granite' Moimiiiasls Ofjfl'i Description? nln'ay3 iu Stock lettering and General Repairs. /jjrj-t-5pnndoncG Promptly Attended to. PboneNo 93. Fodder Seeds.'- j Smith's Seeds are sold on honor THY THEM Write for q.iotfcttoM iMi, delivered at yo« nearest Kiilway' Station, b3;o.v jgeilxunue prices _ . Tw.-f wases Bapp, «u:uor River and other leading varieties of Best lsipoiU-ti - jtjraipa, the svoDdurful new foider Plant Silver Baet, end JmrS famoas'sKnlns ot Field Carrot and Champion - Aangel. Stato approximately -•^iRBtittes*^gjjjlogMg £jee, Melbourne £ddrMS~Bbx 168 G.P-.-0. "* GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Eat. 1^68 . fcl m. NOW SHOWING M Iil' KiMlit In all Departments Goods imported Direct, Inspection invited, -Noyelties in all Department? i wSbaH»uP£!*>. !5 easKSMSfw flopkina Castleinaine \ • :r- -1 !.r ^ ' ^ • ' ' " . r • . ' ■ - - -1 'i , v \ : Kryr^j^Z! ■ r '' *. Enlarged Portraits ol Soldiers RIOHAUD...
Letters from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
letters from the Front, The following extracts are taken from a letter received from Priyate J. C- Clackraore, sou of Mr Jas H« , Blackmore, of Windsor, formerly ot Maid on I will try and give you some de tails of our movements at Pozieres. After leaving Belgium we entrained j at station about 30 odd miles from I Albert, and route marched for three j days over the country, When we | reached the top or a hill we could j see far ahead and far behind one j nlack string on the white road ; it S was a division of the A.I,F. en route | for the sportlns event of the year— I the big push. It took us some days ; to reach Albert, where we dumped I our greatcoats, our packs being left some distance runner Dacfc. I was one of a 100 men of our brigade who took part in the attack on and cap ture of the village. We were in and arouud Pozieres for 5 days and nights, and during the whole of that time we had' no sleep or rest to speak of; we got rations once, aud there was not one free minute that we...
NEW WAR LOAN. Appeal for £18,000 How YOU CAN HELP [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
SSW WAR - v ~ ~~ . v/U>,000, -■« WW How YOU CAN HI&P The Governor of the Common^ wealth Bank of Australia has issued the following appeal to the pub'.'c to subscribe to the war loan - Australia is again asked to ttSSiSt In the conduct oj the mi by sub* scribing to, fcuatfepr • v?ar Iqeg—tke amount Bsked for belog eighteec Dillon pounds, i T-t Suuing of the money is jt»5't as important: as the finding] of the men, The war will be wo/a by mat: power and money. Bvery man, every woman with tsoney to Invest \ can help—show'^ neip—to win the ! war bv Ending it to their country , , uOW, | Although the advantages §of the > loau ate fairly widely known already jas they differ out. saghtly frottt t previous 103ns, it may bd opportune j I to very briefly summarise them, j In the first place, the money to be raised is absolutely for war purposes only—for equipping and maintain ing the Australian forces ia the field. 1 Subscribers have the option of | taking bonds, which are issued...
The Mackerel "Hunt." A CONTRIBUTOR ON HOLIDAY DESCRIBES AN EXCITING HOUR OR TWO. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
The Mackerel "Hunt." A CONTRIBUTOR ON HOLIDAY DESCRIBES AN EXCITING HOUR OR TWO. Mauve and silver, they lie in for mal rows on the fishmonger's slab ; but the housewife, who carefully se lects a few, little dreams what craft and weariness have been expended to secure her that palatable dish of mackerel. On the Cornish coasts, when the mackerel season is in full swing the lure of the Ashing is bo great that j the lads will even come tumbling out of the local picture show when the shoals are sighted. This excitement is due to the fact and thie is the best of mackerel fishing—that the whole town or ham let may indulge in the fun from the sea-shore ; generally the inhabitants derive as much enjoyment from it as the average Northerner does in fol lowing the vicissitudes of a crack football match. Another curious factor in mackerel fishing is that the most important member of the crew is left ashore. This is the procedure, supremely puz zling to the uninitiated at first : Two rowing-hoate...
When You Fall Far. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
When You Fall Far. •It is quite a mistake to think that when a person falls from a great height his heart stops . before his body touches the ground. Breathing may be suspended for a few minutes, but if artificial respiration is applied at once, life can be restored in many caBes. This was proved in America, when a girl fell a distance of 200ft., with no more serious result than some fractured bones and a few in ternal injuries. She compares her j sensations while falling to the faint- j ness one feels when travelling down- j wards in a jerky lift. It was only in the moment of landing that she lost ' consciousness. Doctors assert that such accidents would not often prove 1 fatal if artificial respiration were more generally tried. Just because j the patient's pulse is not beating it j is a- fatal error to think he must i therefore be dead. Treat him as you would a man rescued from drowning, and in nine cases out of ten you "will save his life.
NASTY! [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
NASTY ! "Have you ever noticed," said the j nervous young:man, striving to make j conversation at-.the tea-table, "that | —er—bachelors, as a rule, are—-er—• much richer than married men?" j "Yes," replied the masculine-look- j ing lady, wearing the colours of "the j | militants ; "I have." ! "Ah ! And—er—how do you ac count for it?" "Very simply. Poor* men marry, and rich'.men don't. Men are alwaya readier to divide nothing with a wo man than something !" Many, people have earned a repu tation for cleverness by being merely pn,art enough not -to attempt the IWses they know they can't do.
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
I INTERESTING ITEMS, j i 'l Smoked whale is much in request for the table in Germany. Its flavour I i&lt;» much esteemed, and the price 2/6 j a pound, puts it in the. reach of many who cannot afford to buy beef. I An aeroplane, while flying, camc in contact with a flock of pigeons at Harborne. The propeller was broken and the machine forced to descend close to the .main road. Neither the airman nor observer was hurt. The streets of London are busieBt with pedestrains, .on an average, be tween six and seven o'clock in the evening, when thousands of workers are homeward bound. The total earn ing capacity of London's workers is estimated at nearly £180,000,000. A small candle shot from a Lee Metford rifle would pass clean through an . iron plate one-sixteenth of an inch thick, and beyond a doubt it would kill a man almost as, c§r-, tainly as a-bullet, if fired at;;a";&lt;vital; part. 'If fired at the body. iWwouw probably pass right through him. j . It is not easy to sa...
Flowers in Ten Minutes. A CURIOUS GARDEN TRICK EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
Flowers in Ten Minutes. • A CURIOUS GARDEN TRICK EX PLAINED. A few years ago some of the lead ing English horticulturists were very much perplexed by certain experi ments conducted by a French exhibi tor. The demonstrations were con ducted in a very open manner, every one was allowed to examine freely, and it. was agreed that there was nothing of the ordinary conjuring trick about the plan. i _ This is what the observers saw. A plant, perhaps a geranium or a rose bush, was brought forward in a large deep box of soil. Sometimes the plant was just growing in the open border. Although the specimen was full of buds, there was no ex panded blooms to be seen. The demonstrator informed the onlookers t that in about ten minutes he would I have the plant covered with widely opened flowers. The procedure start ed with the watering of the soil over the roots. As soon as the ground was moist, the whole plant was at once covered with a glass shade. At the end of ten mijautes the shade was remove...
Drying Methods. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
Drying Methods. An industry that is sure to be- de veloped in the near future is drying of agricultural products, such as po tatoes and also aqueous industrial residues, such as come from sugar making and from breweries. In Prance the process is now applied for drying' fresh beets, and there are also three beet sugar works which en»ploy it for the drying of the ex hausted pulp. In the North of France i there is now being worked an indus trial process for making "sugar flour" from fresh beet pulp, and "a : desiccator is employed here in the | shape of a tower, into the top of j | which the pulp 'is poured, and it j t comes in contact with warm air ; i then the pulp is delivered by a ro- J tary device on to a set of superposed gratings, where it receives hot air, * commencing at a lower temperature j and afterwards suing warmer air up j to a temperature of 120deg. C. Such j dried beet pulp produces a flour that r ha6 the sweetening property of sugar ; to a certain extent, and could be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
LOST— White,' Voile Blouse aud Ribbon Bali, Saturday night, between Main /Street at-3 Fro kin's Beef- Apply M. I Dunkin. ;: LOST—Gold: (Amethyst Centre) Brooch between ■'Farker- at, and St. Brigid's on Sunday; reward, J, D'Orsa, Beroavement Notice, MR'FRE DERICE MOSS and Family ;gratefully thank many Friends for kind sytnpnliliy.in rocont trouble. St. BriglclYSchool Hall, MaHon. WE^NliiSBAY, JANUARY 24 CINDERELLA DANCE And sHUCHRE PARTY ;g.;3G to.12.30 (under management cf Miss Fitepatrick) in aid of Refresh" ment Booth of St Patrick's Day Sports. ■Good Music. 1 Admission Is Shire of Maldea S-KORUITING campaign . THEREBY convene a PUBLJ0 MEETING, i&o bf» held in the Tem perance Hall, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, f (commencing at 8 o,clock p.m, to open the Recruiting Campaign in this district. Addresses will be delivered by a Publie Speaker from Melbeurne and by Lieuten ant Droit, Organising Secretary for the PiPtrict, &, laige attendance ie earnestly re&lt;= q ne...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 9 January 1917
TKNNIS. At ft meeting of representatives of the various local clubs it was.de clded to hold a handicap men's doubles competition, which will be commenced on Saturday next, and will extend over 12 Saturdays, ia cludiug 3 vaca/dt dates. Four clubs entered, and appended is the per sonnel of the teams, their handicaps ahd the fixtures Maldon—-Bryant owe 15, 'Jalfer, Hay bitfcel Martyr, Hntton, Bell, Y>r Gray scr Mothodiat—House and Tr ongrovo owe 15 Dunkin. Benstead scratcli. Jewell and Jones receive 15. Presbyterian—Smith owe 15, Bell, Forbes. U'DonaUl, M'B eatfcr Baiter and Hartley scr, Spencer re c 15 Holy Trinity—v'onc'iinaa owe 30, Gray, Martyr, Yeo, Soodsvna a auS Richards scr H. SoecUmau roc 15. Piy .tureti January 13—Pros .byterian v Methodist, Holy Iriaifcy v Mul ,don Jan «)—Holv 'J .viniij' v Presbyterian Maldon v Metho&lt; clist Jan 27—Motb .odisfc v Holy Triuity Maldon v Presby 'teriac. February 3—'' /aeaat. Feb 10—Metl iodist v Presbyterian Maldon v Holy • Trinit...