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Britain's Great Arsenal. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

Britain's Great Arsenal. A Some striking facts regarding Wool wich Arsenal are given by Mr. James H. Tuohy, who was afforded facili ties for visiting the great works re cently. Mr. Tuohy says that the most eerie sensation was afforded by his visit to the danger section, where explosives are prepared and the shells are filled. This danger section is separated from other parts of the Arsenal, and each house in the dan ger section is isolated so that in case of explosion its consequences are limited to the house itself. A visitor to this section is divested of matchcs, pen-knives, smoking ma terials, and cigarette cases, where matchcs might be kept or a loose match might be struck. Boots have to be changed for felt-soled shoes, visitors walking on wooden platforms raised some feet 'above the ground. In the stove-house, where the tem perature is disagreeably high, you may sec the ovens in which the lyd dite is being melted. Men come along at regular intervals to the stove house, bringin...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

THERE IS QUL.Y QUE SANDBlt EXTRACT, and that is why th; people insist on getting if, and Wiiy they reject the many inferior substitutes and the cheap and frcouontly harmful " jnat as good.' The GiSNUINE SANDER EX TRACT is free £rom the objectionable quali ties o£ the common eaealyptus oils and the ao called '' extracts." SANDER'S EX.. j ThACT is the most powerful antiaeptio and | healing remedy that can be used with safety ! —-t provents and cures all infectious dis- i eaaes—Influcnzi, Colds, Feye?, Small-pox, j Diphtheria, Flatulence, Dyspepsia, Diarr- ] hcea, Dysentery and Kidney troubles I SAtf DEB'S EXTRACT applied to Ulcers, Burns, Sprains, Cuts, Irritable, Itching' and Inflamed Skin, gives immediate relief and cures permanently. :$ .drops in a teuapooa ful of Codliv-er Oil Is a specific for clivonci lun;: affections—Rheumatism is quickly dispelled by it. Beliability, effectiveness and safety are the great attributes of SANDBiVS EXTRACT. I j Mr Hughes, the Prime Minister, | sai...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Costly Memorials. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

Costly Memorials. 4 The Albert Memorial, combined with the Albert Hall—both in mem ory of King George's grandfather— cost together considerably over half a million sterling. The memorial to Queen Victoria in I front of Buckingham palace, the great Processional Road, and the Admiralty Arch—all part of the mem orial scheme—are finished, will mean a bill of well over a million pounds. ' No "subject" has had more money spent on memorials in his honour than Wellington, another great sol dier. The exquisite sarcophagus, by Stevens, in St. Paul's Cathedral, cost the nation at least £20,000. The Achilles Statue, at Hyde Park Cor ner, cast from guns captured at Waterloo, and paid for by the women of England, cost £10,000, and the college at Sandhurst for the educa tion of the sons of officers cost £100 000. The Nelson monument in St. Paul's is much less costly and not nearly so artistic. But the real memorial to Nelson is the famous column in Tra falgar Square, one of the best-placed and mos...

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THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 16 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

THE Published Twice-a-Week. '' fidkm: sicrvo." TUESDA Y KVBNIXG* JAX. 19 The weekly war intercessions' service will be held in ^ Kaeitu ' Baptist Church this evenly$*£ the address will be delivered'by ui* Rev. N, M'Donaki. y = Visions of Weihh Visit 113 ah, at- time;, but a:e not likely K come true with out the guai haaltlj which will enable us io grasp the wealth that coa tmur.i striving brings JTofchiae i* so <,s. to pall down t he vitality as the constat Colds, voughs nn<J Uat-irrb, ivh»<*ii 'till!et many people, an :l nothing -will so Jure£ prevent weakening diseases > Dr Shciaoii's New Uiicaverv ior Coughs vJl Golds. tiiac remarkable; curative medietas for all dinjruers of the Noso, Throat aac1 Lung;, This u'jw seicaciile spooifioe is uusur^ passe:!, it will quickly lcIiev3 the mo3i; obatiuaiu Coughs the worst cases of hiai'S" nuss, bore Thioit,: ov Catairiiai dischare* from UCfiyes ami nose, it i3 guaranty Irv it f-rict In «.J aiii :s3, ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

I Ladies' Column. If a person appears to be tired out by overwork of any kind, to feel ner vous, irritable, and worn, to be ab solutely certain that bed means only tossing for hours in an unhappy wakefulness—we all know this con dition of the body and mind—turn on the hot water in the bathroom, and soak in the hot bath until the drowsy feeling comes, which will be within three minutes ; rub yourself briskly with a coarse Turkish towel, until the body is perfectly dry, and then go to bed. You will sleep the sleep of the just, and rise in the morning wondering how you could have felt bo bad the night before. The bath has saved many a one from a sleepless night, if not from a severe headache the next day. We are all more or less inclined, when alone to read while eating our breakfast, or dinner, and it is a very bad habit, and should be condemned, especially when, in order to save time, study or work is continued at table. If you read, at least let it be something amusing. The habit of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

FOB SALE for Removal or Fiva roomed Weatlierl'Otf* HOL'2" situate iu Boundary RoaO—no offer refused. Apply 'Mrs ?•13 jr; Morris Stwoi, Maldou, ;\4 8

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About Roumania. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

About Roumania. The population of Roumania is re turned at 7,900,000. Roumania has a fairly iarge flying corps, and her army is famous for its number of sharpshooters. The infantry rifle is the Mannlicher, and the field gun a Krupp quick-firer of 75mm., with a maximum range of 6,500 yards. There are more than 2,000 miles of railway and nearly 5,000 miles of telegraphs in Roumania so that mobi lization and communication facilities are very good. Roumanian infantrymen are un rivalled in the Balkans, and the Rou manian cavalry are as good as any in Europe. The Roumanian is a fine horseman and a cavalry spirit is born in him. Bucharest, the capital of Roumania has a population of 400,000, and js ; said to be the gayest city in the world. The Roumanians are a l^atin race, and Bucharest is a deliberate imitation of Paris. In the lost Austro-Hungarian pro vinces of Transylvania and Bukovina which the Roumanians are determin ed to regain, there are 3,224,755 Rou manians who have been system...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

railway manifest. (inod? and parcels were lying at tlio local Railway Station to-day for Goods—'Urec, Robartc-oc, Mills and Rnmbold, P'ucel—Bryson, Uowling, Couchman Asbley, Ansaldi, Dabb. Gil1,. Harding, R'bens, Re well, Rnmbold. Poilnrd, Wtst., Hodirinkson, Tj'sseo Statter.

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Twelve Rules For Success TAKEN FROM MARSHALL FIELD & Co.'s BOOK OF INSTRUCTIONS TO THEIR ASSISTANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

| Twelve Rules For Success TAKEN FROM MARSHALL FIELD & Co.'s BOOK OF INSTRUCTIONS TO THEIR ASSISTANTS. i Marshall Field, the American'mil ! lionaire, made a huge fortune 'out of dry goods. He left millions to his ! daughter, who is now famous as lady Beatty, the wife of Admiral Sir D. Beatty, the hero of the battle of Jutland. 1. Be cleanly and neat in appear ance, avoiding extravagance and dis play. Our girls will avoid all ex treme styles in hairdressing. Men will avoid unusual colour combina tions of hosiery and neck-wear, and , loud, flashy apparel. 2. Be courteous to everyone, ous tomers and employes who work near you. 3. Be cheerful. Customers will res pond to cheerfulness on your part, and this makes every transaction of the day pass more easily and pleas antly for all concerned. 4 Avoid gossiping. 5. Use of gum, tobacco, candy, fruit, nuts, or lunch of any kind when^ ou duty is prohibited. G. Say "we" instead of "I" in re ferring to matters other than those of a stri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

t» CommonmlfbA&nko[ Buiralta f HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. I fSr!3i General Bankings Business principal I Cities and Town* of Austral!*, London, Tldworth (Salisbury Plain), and Rabaul. I Cable* remittances uitdz to. an-1 drills dr«v:n on foreign: place* direct ^°'«*Ar' bills negotiated snd collected. T-ettci3_t( credit issued to any part of the norW, Rutins and Exchange Business of twr 'inscription transacted vrithin the Gomm<0 wealth, United alny<io;n thread. Current account opened. Inter«t p*ia on fixed deposits, idrancer? mad* tyainst Approved e<*curitic*. Savings Bank Department Minimum At a.11 Branches, a.id over Mr°»»?num f/" aoaoaU <2600 Aronclou at Po»t Offlceo P°r an""J" - aUUU jn Austratirt and P«pua. up to *aOU INTERSTATE »ud INTERNATIONAL Savings T)»nk FioiHties. Ji.KS3 SELL. l>rpaiy Qertr&ar. Jv<mt ItH l)g^EOy^JtfILLEK^OJT*nt«r^^ Home Comforts In the Trenches. HOW PROCURABLE. GRIFFITHS BROS. Pack and post...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

'MONUMENTAL WOii.KS : / ORA.HAM ST- CASTLEMAJnjt, I — I Off&'l Descriptions always in Stcck' 5 Lettering'; and General Rep ws: Correspondent Promptly Attended So.- Pboae^No ;)«J' JSmitli's Seeds are sold on honor : TRY THEM - : ^ \ Frite for mutations fo]eedsr doliverol ar _<roJr nearest ilailvray Station, boiow Mslb.it line pric-cs .■ , " . . I test Imported*''t)wnrf Esses Rap?, Hunter Blver and other leading varieties of -i,aoert» SovghumS; Millets, Taratps, the trooderfal new folder Pknt Silver Bftet, an,:l limifh's famous strains or Field Csrrot and Champion jtangel. State approximately /liiftDtifi 95 reouirad. . . - . . , Catalogues free, Melbourne Ad dices—Box. 168 G. P.O. GEO. Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est, 1S6S NOW SHOWING ft-1 mM PPIIfH fMiriS 1131 I I I U§1p I M ti P % i S3 111 turf I »5Ki II ggfeggft lib M 1 'he Goocls Inspeoti ob in all Departments M'Oreery &' B Castiemaine Enlarged Portraits of Soldiers RICHARD'S & &lt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

HARD TO BEAR. A Bad Baek nukes Life Miserablo. A. bad back is a heavy burden, A burden at night when bed-time comas. Just as bothersome in the morning. ■ Ever try Doau'd Backache Ividney Pills for it '• Do yoa know they -ire iot backache and other kidney ills 1 If you don'c, somo people do. Read a case of it ; | Airs 13. dross, Doyaton street, ( Castlemaifco, sv»s A. member oi my J family had a very bad attack of backache j and kiduey trouble, and eoatd scarcely I get about, as ovary movement caused | increased suffering. The oonstant pain ' in ihe bask was bad mongb, but that ■ waa not-all, ether symptoms being dizzy 5 attacks, a dull, tired feeling, and restless j nights. One day we were asked had J we tried Dcau'i Backache Kidney fills, i and as we had not, wore nrged to do bo, i Well, to make along slory abort, we j J got 90tne, and after taking two bottles j there was a decided improvement and a J thorough comae of the Pilla made v- j complete cure, This did nut happen yesterda...

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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

Mining Notes ^ South German Co.—1750ft north level -extended 6ft, total 1181ft; there is 3ft of quartz associated with the crosscourse, value3 4dwts per ton. Intermediate level—$Fq 2 'stope, reef 6ft wide, showing minerals and Httls free gold, vslues 8dwts. No; 4 Stope—Uait-i'iing and mullooking, teef 4ft, values 5 to 6dwts. Abjtbe local Government bufcterv W. Prail» of Macsdon. put through a trial crushing of 5 tons for 10^ dwts smelted gold. Crnshings being put^through this week include—T. Jones and Tollit b tons.C. Benstead 15 tons, and Gordon and Purceli 30 tons. The half-yearly general meeting of the Soaih German Co, will be held at the Union Club Hotel, Mel bourne, on Monday, Jan, 29. at 12 noon.

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Tree Hunters. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

Tree Hunters. Mahogany hunting is one of the best paying professions. Mahogany trees do not grow in clusters, but are scattered through the forests. The mahogany is one of the largest and tallest of trees, and the hunter, seeking the highest ground, climbs to the top of the tallest tree and sur veys the surrounding country. His practised eye soon detects the ma hogany by its peculiar foliage, and he counts the • trees within sight, notes the directions and distances, and then descending, cuts a narrow trail to each tree, which he carefully blazes and marks, especially if there is a rival hunter in the vicinity. To fell a large mahogany tree is one day's task for two men. On ac j count of the wide spurs which pro j ject from the trunk at its base, | scaffolds" must be erected, and the tree cut of! above the spurs. The hunter has nothing to do with the | work of cutting or removing the timber. He merely points out the tree, and moves on in search of more. ! He is paid by results, and ...

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What Monarchs Eat. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

What Nlonarchs Eat. ♦ Good old roast beef is the favour ite dish of the Queen of Holland. She iB also partial to mutton. The Czar of Russia has a great fondness for all kinds of fish, especially cod fish seasoned with oil, pepper, and garlic. He oncc remarked to a late president of France that he could "eat codlings twice a day" ! The Kings of Italy and Spain both have weaknesses for sweets, such as whip ped cream, chocolate, and tarts. King Victor Emmanuel is also fond of the Italian national dish called polenta. This is a kind of meal por ridge. The late Pope considered po lenta to be his favourite dish. He i was an exceedingly plain eater. The remarkably aged Emperor of Aus tria had a craving for the peculiar dish of calves' tongues in red wine. His brother Hun, the German Em peror, is exceptionally susceptible to the temptation of well-buttered toast. Let us hope he will have something hotter than toaBt served up to him very shortly by the Allies ! Self-Made Magnate (showing hie...

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"CLEAR FOR ACTION!" A VIVID AND REALISTIC PICTURE OF WHAT IT MEANS ON BOARD A WARSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

" CLEAR FOR ACTION!" # A VIVID AND REALISTIC PIC TURE OF WHAT IT MEANS ON BOARD A WARSHIP. The admiral watched the last pen dants breaking at the masthead of his fleet with a grim smile. Then he turned to his flag-captain. "This new ship," he remarked, "seems pretty hot stuff ! She's beaten us every time so far. Let's see what she can do in clearing for action." Almost before the word, had fallen from his lips, two squares of parti coloured bunting were whipping aloft. And then the fifteen ships in the fleet went mad—stark, staring mad. _ In our ship chaos reigned. You will remember that we had only been com missioned some few weeks before, and, although the commander had read out stations for every kind of drill from the big black book, and we had practised "Stations only !" till we hated the words, we were by no means exactly sure of ourselves in a great evolution such as this one. Out on the forecastle a band o£ sailors grouped themselves about the fore capstan, and, after the ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

,9 ISES of Large Experience Recommend ise *W963»T»aS5B5ES to their Patients, NURSE CATHERINE KORTINC? of 176 Davis Street, Brunswick, Vic.. write» as follows (29/2/12) CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. j " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONiC has done my daugh ter. In January last ye;\r, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eigh* weeks in the hospital, and cair.e home very weak and rundown. I gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I jj could wish her before long, j Fourteen years ago I first | j used this medicine as a nurse j> and have recommended it jj times out of number. I have j j seen people restored to health | and strength, and bless the jj day tl-sy heard of it. It j) never failed to do good. I! ("iKfiulO j| © CATHERINE K0RTING."a jj Never be without this medicine it run I ? down, with \Ve«ik Nerves. Bad Digestion, j i Poor Appetite or Constipation, It put? •■i the human system in order rapidly. I ALL ...

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What Your Tongue Reveals [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

WhatYourTongue Reveals "Put out your tongue" is a phrase associated in most people's minds with doctors, and is usually reminis cent of minor ailments and naaty medicines ; spoken by a glossoman ciet, however, the curt command takes on altogether different signifi cance. A glossomanciet, it may be as well I to explain, ib a professor of glosso mancy, a new science which consists in reading people's characters by the shape and size of their tongues. Thus, according to its votaries, the possessor of a short and broad tongue is apt to be untruthful as to words unreliable as to deeds. A long ton gue moderately pointed denotes frank ness and a loving, trustful, affection ate disposition. When the tongue is long and broad, however, it is a sign that the owner is shallow and superficial, and also a great talker. ' The Bmall, round tongue, plump and in shape like an oyster, denotes mediocre abilities and a nature that is commonplace and colourless. A short, narrow tongue goes with a nature ...

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CAN THE DEAD COMMUNICATE WITH US? CANON ADDERLEY DISCUSSES THIS MOMENTOUS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

CAN THE DEAD COMMUNI CATE WITH US ? # CANON ADDERLEY DISCUSSES -THIS MOMENTOUS QUESTION. In answering this question I think we should begin by recognising that the vast majority of the human race have always believed that in some sort of way the dead do communi cate with the living. I know that this argument from universal con sent does not impress us much in this scientific age, but it ought to impress us more than it does. • But the question does interest us | more now, because science is contin- i ually aiding the common belief. It is" not religion which has brought us out of mid-Victorian scepticism, but modern science. We cannot ignore the conclusions of such men as Sir William Barrett and Sir Oliver • .Lodge. I remember the late Freder ick Myers saying to me at a Psychi " cal Research meeting about twenty years ago, "Remember that you clergy begin all your sermons on a tremendous assumption that there- is another world. We are trying to make, that assumption a certainty." The ...

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Maldon Police Court. 15TH JANUARY 1917. (Before Mr P. Bartold, P,M.) Interpleader Case. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 16 January 1917

MalcLon Police C:urt. 15th JANUARY 1917. ! (Before Mr P. Bar told, P.M.) j Interpleader Case. . About two hours were occupied I at the local police court yesterday j in bearing a case, in which Thos. j ; Elliott, farmer and carter, of j Ravenswocd, .sought to have I restored to him a horse, dray and [ harness, seized by Constable Thomas, to satisfy an order of the Court made in favor of Edward M'Mennemin last month, who had sold tlie articles some time pre viously to claimant's son (Leonard Elliott) for the sum of ,£35, taking in payment a gig, pony and harn ness and about £17 in cash, the latter amount being what M Mennemin obtained the verdict for. Mr Luke Murphy, of Bendigo, appeared on behalf of the claim ant, and Mr Cornisli for •i.'Menne min, Constable Thomas said he went to Ravenswood and made a demand on Leonard Elliott for the sum of £22 13s (the amount claimed and costs by M'Menne min,/, but defendant said he was i unable to pay ; I then demanded j j horse, dray and harnes...

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