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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
MONUMENTAL WORKS CASTU3MAINE, >' " Marble and Granite Monuments Descriptions a!tms in Slock ■ . liOttariag Hiid General Repairs. Ootre3porA-Rcc Promptly Aitandecl ip,» Pbone "No 08', ;c ►" ' Fodder Seeds Smith's Seeds are sold on honor 'V TRY THEM •lifo i,.r rwfAt,&lt;"19 f°je3d"' 'Jelivored :ic prJC nearest Railway Station, below W jlelba.uns^•i.-i-ices Lv-CzrWi" Smith'5 xaiHouSstr a^Dikies ^ Melbourne Address-Box ICS 0 .P.O. Seed and Plant Merchant, BaUarat. Est. 186S: 'iwilt lilii Hit Leading Draper® In all Departments gw'i a»wO«xuM*>*yu GoocIb Imported Direct. '"Inspection Invited. JSOYelties in all Departments 'Creery & Hopkins Oastlemaine Enlarged Portraits of Soldiers RICHARD'S & CO'S Famous Ballarat Stndio Let ua .joake you a beautiful permanent enlargement of yoar soidier son or brother; we guarantee satisfaction, The foliowiog are our a#rs and prices Size ot Phsfco 12 s 10 15 s 12 • 23 s IT fc'ize of Honn.) 20 x 16 23 s If 32x22 Frames Pries S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
=ESe9Bl8 HABD TO BEAR, ®l' A Bad Back inslcss Life Mis-aiabk i " A. b&£ back is a heavy burden, | j A burden at night nb.-- bea-dme. | comas. ' | ' Jasi ss boifcwaonis h'- ths Kior m®, | Ev?c try Doau'd i'&okaciie ivi '.ney ; Pills for i; ? ' Do yon kaow ?h»v are fori !>=■•• and other kiinfy H's-? If yut> ttoa'fc. som.- psopJa do, R-%& a cp,?,:-; ct n ; ilra f$. cJc:.'fa«, I^v&'cn street. Oastk'tvuse, 3iys A member o's njy • family Hid a very badaK&ck oi backacba and kidney trouble, acd coaid eoftrcely get about, as ovary njove'yaant oaaseu iaoceased snflteriug, The constant pai&. in th.3 ba:k w-is bal ca>vagh, but vhat waa not ail, ethai systems b-jing dizzy attacks, a dull, tirod feeiiug, sad resiles? nights. On.'; day wo iY.1": nskua l>v: wa tried Dean's Baokachc Kidney and as wa had not, ware urged to do Well, to make a long aki> v sbo;t, ^ i got some, and alter U\fciug t^o loUiw-. there a decided irnprovonjoiU sad ^...
Sporting Notes TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
I i Sporting Notss TENNIS. The following are the handicaps of players and list cf fixtures in conuection with the competition among the local clubs, which com mences on Saturday Maldou—Bryant owe .15, Calder, Hay bitH Martyr, Huttou, Bell, Dr Gray scr Methodist—House and TriDgrovo owe 15 Dunkin, Beustoad scratch, Rewoll and Jones receive 15. Presbyterian—^mi lb owo 15, Boll, Forbes, •M'DonaM, M'Beath, Baxter and Ho'tlay scr, Spencer rec 15 Holy Trinity— oiichnuu owe 30. Gray, Martyr, Yeo, seedsman and lUcburds scr H. Seed: ma n rec 15. Fixfures •January 13—Presoytoriau r Mothodist, Holy Trinity V Maldon Jan3:-!—Holv Trinity v PresbytoriaQ Maldon v Methodist Jan 27—Methodist v Holy Trinity, Maldou v Presby'eriau, February 3—vacant. Feb 10-Methodi.-it v Presbyterian Maldon v Holy Trinity Feb 17 - Presbyterian v Holy Trinity Methodist v Maldou I Fob 24—Holy Trinity v Methodist j Presbyterian v Maldon j March 3—Vacant j March 10—Presbyterian Methodist ! Holy Trinity v Maldon i March 17—...
CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
CHAPTER XXIV; I pass over the three succeeding days. They stand in my mind a con fuscd blur, the very thought of which, sends- a dull ache to my heart. Mr. Winter's mind had fortunately wholly • given way, and he. did-; not seem conscious of any" suffering;-. Jack, finally yielding to Florence's entreaties, , luicfgiven him a little watej;but -he.-drank it indifferently, -and it ..produced no apparent effect. His slowly dying body 'was'-beyond -help. Seated in;the.stern of the. boat with head /bowed upon his breast, -he noticed ..nothing and recognised no one. - On the morning of the fourth -day we .found, him dead. His 'mutter-. nigs had cea'sed in tiic night. and; we iiad " hop.cd that' quiet and 'sleep' ;:;>yorki'.:an;-■..improvement. - But., his sleep was the eternal one. Flor ence wept bitterly over the body, begging that it might tc'kept until, rescue came, but Jack.explained to her' the . impossibility of the- thing, n n d. at. noon it was com m j I ted .... to the depp, w...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A TREASURE FOUND —A BRIDE WON. PART TWELVE. CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
^ALL. RJGHTS RESERVED.) tbemeiund -a bride won. ... i - BY GEORGE E. GARDNER, r T.^ ; :PART TWELVE.- . OHAPTEil, XXJ1I. At last the sixth day came, and with It the same burning heat. Mor; >■ gan's leg-had. grown steadily worse, and was now ?. swollen 'to &lt;. th i?icc fits natural size. •. Apparently, "gangrene, was setting in. , The'salt \vater in : which" 41 had bpcir soaked -. pro veil air lrntant, but the temporary relief was so great that he had insisted on its . being usecl; though Ross told him that he feared it was hindering his recovery. Mr. Winter" had .-fallen into a • com plete iilupoiv from which lie-could be ; aroused only, l)y\(he serving *;ofr! , his . gill- of water, all other efforts to re- • •' call him to himself proving- fruitless; and even on these occasions'his poor daughter could hold ,;lns : "attention but for a moment.-*,-tHev continually mumbled a ■vmeanmgless'.'-jumble'i; of words, breaking occasionally into- an imbecile ^laugh thai?-grated pa...
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
RAILWAY MANIFEST. (*ood? aud parcels were lying at the local Railway Station to-day for Goods-—Dabb, Brooks, Edhouee, Urea, Calderaud Skinner. Parcels—Bryant, Barber, Cook, Rowe, Couchmaii; Krake, Stanley. M'Kuight West. Haybittel and Rumbold. A Welshman's Keef correspon dent writesPrior to the holidays ilr Kelly, head teacherf was pre sented with a fountain pen and pocket wallet as a mark of esteem from the scholars. Miss Brown presented the children with Xmas cards and lollies. Whea the school re-assembles on 30'1; inst.. Mr Hughes, who been appointed permanently to. the position will I have charge.—Harvesting opera : tions are in full swing in thi3 dis trict the majority of the crops yielding well&lt; Mr Peter Rowe, a former resident of Maldon, died iu Bsndigo on Sunday last.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
VICTORlANjJjjgg^RAILWAYB, CHEAP EXCURSION, 'PHURSDAY, 25th January—-To ilel 1- bourne from Maldoii at 6.20 a.m. (ordinary train). Fares:—I at class. 12s 2d; 2nd class, 8s od, Tickets close noon of 24th January. Particulars at stations. Geo. H. Sutton, Secretary Sunday Services. fJXHE WBTHODISl G'HOilCHKS Fountain-street—Morning, Bov \V. R Jones. ; evening—Mr Eaisbock Barker-street—Morning. Mr W, Uren Visitors welcomed. pilE^BYTERIAN CiiCUCfl, Maldou Maldon 11 a.m. and 7 p in, Baiinghup 3 p.m. Preacher—Rev M'Donald Seats free i visitors welcomed BAPTIST OHUBOa Morning aud evenin j-Her Prvco j Visitorc. welcome. j 00 SO Ti 15 GATIONAL . CHURCHES Preacher—Bev Ooo, King, morning and evening Visitors heartily welcome I NURSES of Large Experience Recommend CLEMENTS TONIC to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 D»vii Street. Brunswick, Vic., writti *i follow* (29/2/12)» CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. ■ j " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC bit don« my d*vgh ttr. In Jannar...
LATE COMPANY Q M. SERGT RUPERT GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
fZ,ATI$ COMPANY Q M. SERGT 1 RUPERT GREEN. ilr EL u. Nankivell, the Shire engineer, is in receipt of a letter from oar former esteemed townsman and postmaster (Mr C. £,• Green, now of Echuca) in which he expresses his most sincere thanks for the many kind messages of sympathy received from his numer* ous friends, As can be imagined thev are broken-hearted over the loss of their son, who was belovec* by eyervoue, and it seems cruel that, a life with such prospects should be j ended so early. He passed through j the heavy fighting of Lone Pine and j Pozleres, but. the parents have the : consolation that their brave son died fighting in the cause of right-; ousness and justice. The family , received over 400 letters and tele-j grams in connection with the death i of their sort, thus showing the i esteem in which he was held. I The following is a copy of a letter received from Rup's mate, i who was with him when he was, kill&d • Dear Mr and Mrs Green—It is with the deepest regre...
Killed in Action. Private Alex. J. Phillips, of Baringhup. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
Killed m Action. I Prlyate Alex. J. Phillips, of Bfttinghtt?. Residents of Baringhup will sits cerely regret to hear thai Private A. J. Phllllpt, of Baringhop, hai been killed la action la France, the ltd news to this effect being received by his mother yesterday, for whoa, end his other relatives, the moat heartfelt sympathy will be expressed He has paid the supreme sacrifice in the cause of justice and righteous ness, and the news of his noble deatft will be regretted by all sections of the community. The deceased was the eldest son of Mrs and the late Mr William Phillips, of Batinghup, where he had practically lived all his life and □o oae was more highly esteemed in the district than he, his upright and exemplary life being a pathern to all. For many years he worked for Mr B, Bryant at " Cairn Curran Estate," and was one of the be6t citizens Baringhup ever had, always taking a keen interest in locsl affairs being connected with the Presby teriau Church, library Hall and other in...
MINERS' CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
MINERS' CORPS. To-day Major Couchman, of the Engi neers' headquarter?, Melbourne, visited Maldon, to ascertain the prospects of securing men for the Miners' Corps and Engineers and Pioneers. His visit is quite distinct from the State Recruiting earn* paign whose object is to secure enlist ments for the Infantry; Major Coachman's object is ,io secure men for the throe corps mentioned each of which requires a certain number of rein forcements per month. Men enlisting for service in either of tbeso corps must bo skilled men, and they will be attached to the corps for whir.h they enlist, and will not be transferred from one corps to another. Their training will not bo go arduous as the Infantry, and while, they will go through a certain amount of pre liminary drill, thoir chief training will be in the branches of work for which they enlis ed, and wi l contain p'enty of variety. Major Couchman will return to Maldon in about a fortnight to register applicants and in the meantime miners ar...
APPLE SAUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
APPLE SAUCE. j&lt;:. Six or eight large apples, half an ; ouncc of butter, a tRblespoonful of ! molten sugar. Peel and core the ap ; ple-s, put them in a sau.vpan in ■some cold water, and simmer till|the pieces may be easily mashed to pulp. Add the sugar aDd butter, and serve very hot.
Recruiting Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 January 1917
Recruiting1 Campaign. ! Addresses by Mr Monteith »nd I^ieatcoaut DyeU, i The new recruiting campaign In this district was, opened lest night, when a public meeting was held In the Temperance Hail. Owing to the Daylight Saving Acb It was 9 o'clock before proceedings started, and at that time only about twenty were present, but before the con clusion the attendance was about fifty. Cr Bell (Shire President^ presided, and explained the object of the meeting, which was to urge the necessity of getting more volun teers to help their country in the hour of need, - Mr Monteith said he was only a private citizen, who had two sons at the front, and one had volun-i freered as a private and- after gain ing a commission had been awarded j the Military Cross on that memorable landing at Gallipoli. while the other was a marine engineer and had passed through many perils. In this supreme crisis it w&§ their duty to come to the assistance of their country in its hour of urgent need. He coul...
CUSTARD PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917
CUSTARD PUDDING. Required : A pint of milk, two tablespoonfuls of castor sugar, flav ouring, a little pastry. Method.—Line a pie-dish with pas try. Beat the eggs thoroughly, and pour the milk almost boiling on them, stirring quickly at the same time. Strain into the pie-dish, add sugar and flavouring, and bake in a slow oven for an hour.
Spoiled the Recitation. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917
Spoiled the Recitation. My father never could or would re cite. He had a sort of constitutional aversion to doing so, writes E. H. Sothern, the famous American actor. Perhaps he fancied people looked fun ny when reciting; he certainly took a fiendish pleasure in disconcerting reciters. I remember once attending a bene fit performance with him and Bdwin Adams when John McC'ullough was to recite. He was billed to declaim a favourite poem of his, "Flynn of Virginia." They say he was quite wonderful at it. On this occasion my father and Adams selected seats in the middle of the front row of the orchestra and quite upset the pro ceedings. The recitation began with the words, "You knew Flynn, Flynn of Virginia ?" Mr. McCullough came on and, was greeted with great applause. He made an impressive pause and be gan : "You knew Flynn, Flynn of Virginia ?" Ned Adams and my father stood up and, looking steadliy at McCul lough, solemnly shook their heads, as though to say, "No, we never heard of ...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Two ounces of permanganate of potash thrown in a cistern will ren der the foulest water sweet and pure. The leaves of geraniums are said to be excellent for cuts and wounds | where the skin is rubbed off. One or two leaves must be bruised and ap plied to the part, and the wound will be cicatrised in a short time. It is not considered sanitary to use Bponges for bathing, as they ab sorb the impurities from the body, and cannot be properly cleansed un less they are sterilised, as in hos pitals. Even for the baby's toilet, soft linen wash cloths are the best. The best way to make aperient Baits is to put a tablespoonful in a teacup, and add two or throe table spoonfuls of boiling water, stir well, decant, and reject the residuum. Add | a little lemon juice, let the mixture cool, and give to the patient. If in the country, beyond the reach of lemons, vinegar will make a first rate substitute. The quantity of water may be varied to suit the cap rice of the patient. There...
COFFEE SOUFFLE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917
COFFEE SOUFFLE PUDDING. - Put two-thirds of a pint of_ milk into a stewpan with two ounces of fresh butter. Sweeten it to taste," \ and flavour with coffee extract. With the remainder of the milk mix two ounces of flour, and when the coffee preparation boils, pour it into the mixture, return to the fire, and stir until it boils, then add three yolks of eggs. Beat six whites to a very stiff froth, and lightly incorporate them with the mixture. Pour into a souffle dish and bake for 20 minutes.
A CHEAP LIQUER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917
A CHEAP LIQUER. • A good liquer may be made as fol- | lows. Thinly peel the rind of three ! Seville oranges and pound three- j quarters of a pound of brown sugar candy. Pour over all one quart of gin. Put all into a stone jar and shake every day for a fortnight. Then strain through muslin and put into clean bottle. Cork tightly.
LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917
UiND YOUR M0NJ3Y Ta YOUR COUNTRY. ) - 3 While the Recruiting Committees I are making a strong appeal to the > manhood of the ccuntry for rein- j I forcements, they are aiso taking the i j opportunity of impressing on every- j I body the necessity for money &lt;-oj 1 carry on the war as well. j j L,end vonr money to your country ; is the request, with the reminder at j the same time that be serves who ! saves. | The soldiers have freely offered j their lives to their couulry, as their; I sacrifice may be the price of victory j | but to secure a complete victory j j your money is also needed. i I But while the soldier runs all the j risks of battle, the investor in the j War I&lt;oau is in no danger himself, j nor Is his money, as repayment in 1 full Is guaranteed by the Common ! wealth with good iuterest nzd ad vantages—not insignificant it^hem i selves—•meanwhile. EJvery war boud you buy will help to bring' victory nearer and perhaps help cosave the uuuecessary sa...