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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

J Mining Notes { South German Co.—1600ft level has been advanced 18ft, total 1054ft, width of lode channel unaltered ; strata in face changed from sandstone to slate and new i make of quart z has just come in on east wall. 1750ft intermediate level north off rise—btoping hijlow level and the stone broken from here id keoping £0 heads of stamps going 10 hours daily. Company crushed 210 tons for -15ozs 19dwts smelted gold ; tailings valued 31oz lOdwts, aud pyrites valued Hozs lOdwls.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

For Child-en's Hacking Cough nfc Nio;ht Woods Gieat Popi'e.vuint Cure, Is 8d

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

Snorting Notes FOOTBALL. There was a large attendance at the Athenaeum ou Saturday even ing to make arrangements for a football competition between North and South Maldon, as suggested by Mr S, J. Walker (president of the hospital committee), the proceeds of which are to be devoted to the hospital and worn-out miners' fund, Mr S. Walker was appointed chair man and Mr P Seedsman secretary. It was resolved that a competition of 7 ma'ches be played for 'he trophy donated by the president, and the team winning the majority of matches will be declared the winner, Messrs West.. Gay nor, Hodge, Salamy, Baker, Williams and Benstead were appointed a committee to manage the compe tition, which will commence on Saturday week, July 1st, The dividing boundary was fixed from the " kawson" basin, along Hos pital and Camp Street, thence along 10 the north side of Homsby-street, and by this division the teams are expected to be evenly matched, and the committee will haye the right to allot coimfry p...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRENCH NOUGAT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

FRENCH NOUGAT. J ilb. confectioners' sugar, -Jib. 01 I almonds. I Melt the sugar very Blowly in a j shallow pan, stirring constantly ; I add the almonds blanched and chop ped fine, and. spread on buttered pans to cool. Cut into pieces, and, if liked, dip in melted chocolate.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

Mafdon Easter Fai.* 19to. In aid of T,ooal Charities-, ENEilAL Committee Moating of (ho _, abovo will be Ueld at the Atiiomtjurn on Wednesday, Jhne 21st, at 8 n m. Publican'a Art Union will be drawn. FJ8. HODGHE* Secretary, & Owing to tbe great shortage of flannel for men's flannel undershirts, many people are now using Crimean shining for that purpose1 It CQinty than flannel of s simi lar quality, rot because of the difference in material but because in most cases drapers laid in a slock of if before part of the big increase in price took piece. We fiud that It can be had from the local drapers, as Maldon Is fortu nate in having business men who cater for the wanis of the public by fooklng a long way ahead, and In many instances country customeis are better treated in the way of prices than in the city.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. MAKING SWEETMEATS. SOME ECONOMICAL AMERICAN RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

Ladies' Column. ——♦ MAKING SWEETMEATS. SOME ECONOMICAL AMERICAN RECIPES. "What shall we do ?" is a ques tion you children very often ask your mothers on a wet day. And mother must often be puzzled to think of new ways of setting you to amuse yourselves. There were some very nicc and eco nomical American recipes for sweets in the "Lady's Pictorial" recently which are given below. Mixed nuts could be uge>i in the first recipe instead oi almonds, which are rather expensive.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

EUNEftAU NOTICES. THE FRIENDS of the late Clm'Dg Eknest Smith are respectfully in invited to follow bis remains to the place of interment, the Muckleford Ceme tery . Thr, funeral will leave his late residence in Roof .Street at 3 o m. to-morrow (Wed- j uoBdar. j. -J. Kinross, Undertaker. raiHE Friends oi the late Mrs A.KN PiTOHFOBI> are respectively invited to follow h.or remains to the place of io terinenfc, the Maldon Cemetery. 'Die Funeral will leave her late resi dence, Wattle GullV, Maldon, on Wed nesday, June 21st, at 15,30 p rn, W, H peap.CE, Undertaker.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEPPERMINT CREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

PEPPERMINT CREAMS. 1 cup of granulated sugar, £ cup^of water, 6 drops essence of peppermint. Cook the1 water and sugar till a lit tle lifted on a fork or spoon spins a thread. I)o not' stir while cooking. Remove from the fire, add the pep permint, and stir till the candy thickens and looks cloudy. Drop im mediately from a teaspoon on to a greased paper or plate. If the candy becomes too hard to drop warm by standing the saucepan over hot water for a moment. Other flavourings, such as winter green, orange, rose, clove, . and cin namon, can be used to make a variety of candies after this recipe.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COCOANUT CREAM CANDY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

COCOANUT CREAM CANDY. 1 cocoanut, lilbs. of Granulated Sugar. Put the augar and the milk of the ; cocoanut together ; heat slowly until | sugar is melted, then boil five min j utes. Add cocoanut (finely grated), ! boil ten minutes longer, stirring con stantly to keep from burning. Pour on to buttered plates, cut into squares, and set aside for two days to harden. Use desiccated cocoanut if fresh is not obtainable.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAKE YOUR OWN "CLOUDY AMMONIA." [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

MAKE YOUR OWN "CLOUDY AM-" i ; : . ■' MONIA." . It can be done'quite easily and is useful for a'-'whole host ot- things. Mix one ounce, of rock ammonia with half a gallon of cold water. When this is-dissolved, the adding of a lit tle yellow soap- will make it quite cloudy.- Nothing cleans trousers, coat collars, and woollens so quickly as ammonia. "Grease spots on carpets simply fly. before it. For washing windows, a v little ammonia in the • water is a great labour saver, besides giving an extra polish to the glass. When you wash your hair use a few drops in -the water. It promotes glossiness. • Be .careful to rinse the hair after washirig, in clear water, [ as the ammonia has a tendency, to dry the. hair.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAHSHMALLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

MAHSHMALLOWS. !2 tablespoonfuls of granulated gela tine or jelly powder, 2 cups of granu lated sugar, 1 cup of boiling .water, G tablespoonfuls of cold water, 1 tea spoonful of vanilla extract. j Soak the gelatine or jelly powder j in the cold water. Boil together tbc granulated sugar in the water until a little dropped into cold .water forms a stiff ball. Pour this'boiling syrup over the gelatine or jelly pow der, and) as soon as' it" cools', beat the, mixture for fifteen minutes. Add the vanilla extract 'and'-turn...into a deep dish which has been lightly greased and . dusted oyer with corn starch. When thoroughly set, cut into squares, and roll each in- pow dered sugar. ... |

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANZAC HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 20 June 1916

ANZAC HILL. That the interest in the improve- ments on ANZAC Hill is on the increasewas proved by the number   of helpers who assembled there on Saturday afternoon to take part in the working bee. comprising the   following—Rev. W. Rule Jones, O. Ralph, G. Ralph, Cr J. Bowen, W.Bowen. J. Beynon, R. Carman, W, Wood, J. Stacey, J. Mayson, F. Dabb, C. Collins, E. Farley, O. Snart, J. Duncan, B, Johnson,. C, Halfpenny, W. , Pichford, F, Stewart, W. Maddocks, Cr Preece, F. Duschka, J. Williams, A, Williams, F. Seedsman and Miss King. Boy workers—U. Webster, Jack Johnson, H. Ralph, R. Ralph,   W. Uren, Williams. The. result of the afternoon work was about 17 tree holes, and as several holes were put down during the week by willing workers, this brings the total to about 50 holes almost; com pleted. As there are several more to sink in order to complete the ANZAC circle on the crown of the hill, another bee will be held next Saturday, anyone finding i...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEALTH IN AQUATIC FURS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

WEALTH IN' AQUATIC FURS. The principal fur producers nmonc aquatic animals are the fur-wal mink,, must-rat, otter, sea-oiler, nutria., For: 200-.'years -previous to the ginning of .the last century, beaver was by- far the; most important itw in the fiii- trade, as regards (li'.' to .taT of value.'produced ; but the scar city of that; animal, and the ml"!'' tion of substitutes, have greatly 'I'-' predated- -its prbnrinance. During the last 50 years, accord ing to the .United States Fish <-'c'nl mission, fur seal skins have out ranked all others in cornmcrcial i'" portance ; but sincc 1890, the P™ duct' of the fur-seal has greatly creased, while that of the mink !w shown an upward tendency. .. Far- less valuable individually thar fuiTseal or mink, but well up i" ,il! aggregate, is the musk-rat, of whifi about 5^.000,000 are slaughtered i'1' iuiaily. The area of the .furs .vicW« by the musk-rat annually is than that of all other aquatic a»;' ma Is combinedl : Previous to 167...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WORLD SAVED BY A TREE. WHAT SCIENTISTS CLAIM FOR THE EUCALYPTUS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

THE WORLD SAVED BY A TREE, WHAT SCIENTISTS CLAIM FOE THE EU CALYPTU S. The world, according to scientist-, is going to :be saved from un impon ding famine-;of wood, while swamjij countries are to be made hea!tfm,-i and deserts .habitable, all by the ail tivat-ion of-the gum trees—call yd th; most useful of all trees. •You may.ribt have suspected Hints famine . of" ^vood was threatened knowing "tha't prices Tor it have not yet advanced : but learned men—tor esters; aii'd publicists— have known ii for years. , 'Estimating • the million of cord: that; arcbiyng -annually burned. the> figure: that it will not be many gene rations!" till wood -will be as scare everywhere as .it is in parts of t.h< great ■ pfairies, where they have ti use young saplings two or ihw inches thick to build "their home! with. Great', forests of • gum trees at being planted on'every continent aw especially in America. This impor rtant'step has been taken largely as a. result of the work of Karon F....

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHECKING SUICIDAL TENDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

r CHECKIHC SUICIDAL TEHDEHcy!" A well-known man had amonp hi ancestors a number of men and w ' men who committed suicide n himself, bccainc despondent ami mtft' ancholy and his children, who the hereditary taint were much Wnr ried about him. A physician to!-] him tha.t mental fatigue was ^ trouble, and persuaded him t0 lr!. an experiment. The man was ^ >Crv busy man and scoffed at the idea oj taking a nap in the middle 0f th<> day. He finally agreed to this . ho would sit in his easy chair every afternoon with his hands on hi* knees, holding a dinner bell in both hands. If he lost consciousness an,j went to sleep he would be willing tn sleep for as long a time as it would take for the bell to drop t0 tho floor and wake him up. The doctor who suggested this experiment d<s clared that the mere mental relax*, tion of going to sleep, if only for a few seconds would suffice to sjvf hi;,, He invited his patient, to study the activity of I ho brain by notirii,t ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Kitchener Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

Some Kitchener Stories, It is related that once an officer, after straggling vainly to get an artillery train through roads that were almost risers of mud, came to Kitchener and said, " It is no use, General; we are so deep in mud that we cannot move our heavy guns another mile, and the Boers will get them for certain,3' Kitchener quietly said, " Go on with your wotk, and don't forget that while the mud is clogging our wheels, it is clogging the Boer wheels as well." His seathing sarcasm is well illus trated by the reply he is said to have sent to the leader of a not over-successful column. This officer had several slight engage ments with the enemy, mainly con* sisting of flinging a few shells at them at long range. After each engaeement he wired to the Com mander in-chief substantially: •' During action seyeral Boer seen to drop from their saddles." The thing was becoming tiresome, and Lord Kitchener sent back to the the .officer this polite telegram: " I hope when they fell they ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CURIOUS CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

A CURIOUS CUSTOM. At Lord Rothschild's magnificent i house,; or rather palace, in Piccadilly ■ as at his country seat at Tring, and in all .the .other; Rothschild residffn-. ces in JDngland and: on the Continent I there is always., in a conspicuous pistCQ,^generally among the cornices a piccc~^of stone or marble left, uii dressed; tincarved, and in a rough' and unfmishe'd ' state, which by rea son of the bwtuty and splendour of its immediate surroundings, at oncc catches the eye. . This says: " M. A. P.," is in com pliance with the rule among aU or-, thodox Jews that they should have, no permanent abiding-place ... jin'tiL they arc restored to the Holy Land,' and this unfinished piece of stbrie'is to mark that the abode is merely temporary and incomplete. The easiest method of sitting er I V . • I cct and in a graceiul position is to occupy the chair in such a way that the lower part of the spine or back bone touches the back of the 'si-ut. then by causing the shoulders also to touc...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

THE MOST PATIENT PCOPJ. Must Show Annoyance At Time:. Everybody has their boar of trow!?. But people having any irritation ' the skin. Have many hours of trouble. Nothing so annoying; noibiu-j s irritating. It's a hard and trying position. Leave it alone, and yon era ha:i'j bear it. Relief and care have corns at-isst. People have put it to tlia test. Doan's Ointment cures skin diasa:.*. People are learning that this is so, Heie is a caBe in point : ! Mrs J. Murphy, Peg J eg GalJj, Maldon, says:—For years f troubled with an eruption of the 3b, ; wbieh was both itcby a;iu pais''", eapeoially when the weather w is One day when I was reiding to paper I saw Doan's OmtiB'-ut, adjet tised a9 a cure for all forms of :fi: disease, so bought a pot at once. I; was Marvellous the wcy this p«P!i' tion stopped the irritation anu roniorci the eruption, Doau's Ointnuat^1 certainly have a place in em; hold and I am £are it will lis i people discover how good iti*. Mrs Murphy makes a second ment eigh...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Scotchman From China. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

;A Scotchman From China. In New Zealand and Tasmania Seotohioen ' abound, and in some districts tliey art in a majority. Scotchmen are famous for their good opinion of thrir own race, and it is charged',that where they are in the majority, few but Scotchmen enjoy any public privi leges. At Otityo, in New Zeal 2nd, a contract for mending a road was lately to be let, and tenders were advertised for. The moat acceptable of t.he tenders received were signed "M'l'her son " in a qneer bund. Notice wan ?ent to Mr. • M'Pliereon to nig'n the contract, and great wan the astonishment when, in answer to the notice, one of the numerous Chinamen, of Otag'0 appeared in all the glory of yellow' tunic and pigtail. "But," gasped the president of the local board, "your name can't be if'Pherson "All lijrhtee," said the Chinaman; " 1st my name now." " What do you mean i" "Me mean nobody catchee contlact ia Otago 'less he name liac !" TTie board were l>our«3 after tiiin to let him sign for the contrac...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

asides SKio Council. rbe ordinary Meeting was *eld 1 hv Present—Crs—Fogarly Jh^oa, Preece, Bell. ( ay. Davies, Apology j '-•'uats'afflonntiug to .£172 l-5s ! ,;1".j's£ed for payment. j ' Correspondence. I ^ c-rretary Maldon Progress ri^ion, asking Council to 'f/eJ that body planting en cf frees from Sprlng-st to Ac/.ac 'Hill, and to provide 1 :\ti' trough and have It fixed on j 'V'hiii "vlier= water can be i 'vted bto it by gravitation- Cr j '"':i e.vplaiued the formation of ! :r=;.-oda!iou; the objection of j lJais to beautify the town and various improvements for the '";5: of the town generally—Cr j Isyniovfd that action of asso-j ju carrying out work be ap .jted 01; carr^d- It was glvidto allow them £10 to carry j ^tjje rork, councillors congra-j ";3l;neli-e residen'S for enthusiasm j roirsis the woik, j j^a Railway Department,..stat- J ■•iit rhey could not incur any j I;:, in altering the ramp at TS&asfoe sta;ion—Cr Hutton | h; n-5> not satisfied with reply "2;;3 obje...

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