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THE maldon news Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 18 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

Published T\vice-a-Week. " FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. IS, Churchgoers are again reminded that the Cliarch services on Sundav evening nexfc in the various local -eburcbes wiH commence at 7.30, Ins'ead of 7 o'clock as formerly. IX Citiderella dance & euchre party ayiU bs held in St, Brigid's School gallon Wednesday, Jan. 24, S-30 to 12 30 o'clock. Admission is Is. and ilbepioceeds are for the refreshments sts-i ,fSt, Patrick's Day sports), uuder management of Miss Fitz pstricv, Among those officially leported wounded appears the names of Pte j P B, Rowe (Newstead) severely, j and 0. Goad (Tarraagower) Is ! seriously ill. Mr Robert Otterv, the well-known old pioneer to the Forest Cieek diggings, has been stricken with paralysis In the left side, and is uow an inmate of Oastlemaine j Hospital. He is In his 88th year, At an Inquiry into the cause of sj«9th of a II tie girl, si* years of sge daughter of Mr WUHbu Sorrap '&ftru farmer, Bylands. near Kilmore, in Taesd...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. A WEDDING PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

COMPLETE SHORT STORY. A WEDDING PRESENT. ; : __1 '.'That old thing going to be mar ricd !" said Kittie. She laughed as she spoke—a scorn ful, derisive little peal, that yet was of silvery sweetness ; and" her eyes wandered to arl ivory-fraint-d mirror that hung on the wall near her chair, and in- which her own exquisite face, framed by loose masses of ruddy brown curls, was reflected in all. its girlish beauty. "Indeed she is," declared Flo Hor tcn who,, with another friend, had dropped in to ta'ce tea with Kittie! Carstairs. "It does seein wonderful, does it hot ? I wonder if he can real ly be in lovo with her? 1 believe she is fond of him. She has. grown quite — quite Juvenile since -'.her engage ment." r -' ' • "Fancy poor old Miss Dunstan' in love!" scoffed Kittie.-' "Why, she must be nearly fifty !"' - "No, no," put in Cissie Smith. " She • is only forty-two." • My mother ' went to school with her, and remem v bers her age." , v 1 r' ' : "Well, anyway,.I think it perfectly ridi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

CommWtitb^^&nk o,Bifra® HEAD OmCE SYDNEY. ! £r*u General Banking Business I Cities and Towni of Auitr*Ha, London, Tldwortli (Salisbury Plain), *nO Rabiuf. ' Cablo ri'mitUncei made to. and drafts drawn on foraicti places direct. Fore*c >,ills nrgaliated and collected. Lelters of crcdit issued to any part of the worn. 1 Bankina tn l Fxchtngc Business of ercrr description trans-icted within the Commoa 2 tfcaitb, United Kingdom and sbroad. f Current account* opened. Intereit paid «n J txd deposits. Adrincts made »g*inst asprored sMurltics. i Saving's Bank Department ^ , Minimum At alt Branches, u.id over li^aSfnunt ®% 1/- Dcpo.lt rtfifj/) ACcncics nt Po.t Officcs P .. XOUU in Australia and Papua. up to »SOO 1 IKTEIISTATE and INTERNATIONAL Saying* Back Facilities. VJ -~AllSt*5 EKLU UtptttT G<jT»roor. Ju*t, S9!$ Some Comforts in the Trenches. HOW PROG U RABLE. GRIFFITHS BROS. Pack and post for you, selected parcel of Best Quality Goods, packed in sealed tins, with ca...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

JL £l XI; MONUMENTAL WOI-'KS riSASAM ST-. CASTLEMA1NE.'; Jiarble and Granite Monuments , , Of|a!l Descriptions always in Stock Lettering and Genvr*5l Repairs ' j (liri'-srioridi-nce PromptJy Attended to. Plione No 08.; a -: ■ Ci v Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on honor try y >V ■' Write for nibhUons tojeefc, ueiirercd at prjr nearest. Railway Station, be to w i>ric08:' ' ■ Kc-sv fta potted Dwarf Essos F.apc-, Iluutor River amiiothor loading varieties of mvrs-, &>ttrl»uMS, S)lllotv Turnips, the wonderful now fo Ider Plant Silvffr Baet{ on-1 * ginith'B faui'i'us strain-1* 01 tfJeld Oarroi nnd Ohamptou dangel. - State approximately -u free> Melbourne Addrcss—Jiox 163 G.P.O. • ■• * •• ./.V : ' £ ■ GEO. SMITH. Seed and Plant Merchant. Ballarat. Est. 186* L mm 8 Sip* K IS |i d NOW SHOWING A.T iifS II 3g i ■ isp i $ ASAm. * sp i|E? The Leading Drapers In all .Departments Goods Imported Direct. Inspection Invited, •Novelties in all Departments Q-*aeasFzarf. M'...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALDON DISTRICT FRATERNAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

MALDON DISTRICT FRATER NAL SOCIETY. . A meeting of the sub-committee of the society apoointed to draw up the programme of events for the forthcoming annual picnic, which is to be held at the Hack Beach, Williamstown, on Foun dation Day, the 29 th iiist., met in the V.R. Loco. Hall, Victoria street. North Melbournei on Sat urday evening, the committee consisting of Messrs J. Edwards [ "ice president in the chair, J, H. Mitchell.lv. Thomas, W. Steven son and W- Lewis (secretary). The following programme of events was drawn up— Boys and Girls races for children under 6 years of age—A.1I starters receive "toy' prizes, Boys and Girls racos for those between 6 and 8 years of age, between 8 and 10 years of acre, between 10 and 12 years or age. Potato race for boys under 1-i years of age. Giils race for those between. 12 and 14 years of age. In all these Qvents, trophy " prizes will be awarded to 1st and 2nd competitors. Kangaroo race for boys between 12 and 14 years of age, special prize. ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR LOAN AND RECRUITING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

THE WAR 1,0AN AND RECRUITING COMMITTEE. Acting 011 the request of the Comrnwealth Treasurer, supple mented by circulars trom the organising secretaries of th* recruiting movement in each. State tiie local recruiting •noimnitteea throughout the country- are now. in addition, devoting then- ener gies-to securiug subscribers to the War Loan They have been sup plied with copies of the prospectus j and application forms, and the opportunity is being taken by the recruiting officers, or other aufch- j orised person on behalf of the, committee$ to inteview likely sub j scribers ro the Loan, and forward information that may be re* quired. It is recognised that the success of the War Loan is just as im portant as the keeping up the strength of the Australian forces in the field, and it is expected that j as a result of the efforts of the j local recruiting committees the number of indi idual applications t° the War Loan will show con siderable increase- oyer previous Joans. As the subscripti...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

Fou SALE for Removal or otherwiae— ' Five roomod Woathorboard HOUSE | situate in Boundary Road—no reasonable offer refused. Apply =Mrs T, Boreimm, I Morris Stroet. Maldon. A NURSE FOR 20 YEARS. . Nurse Evans «f Turn mil and Victor}*, writti her opiaiss of CLEMENTS TONIC I I I 49 Frovoat Strwt, Nth. Melb., 18/4/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I hare beta nursing foi twenty yeari in Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse most know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have naried have been so ill I never could have taken their cue only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore then to health. What I am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to bealth. (Si*n»d) NURSE EVANS." Alwayn Veep tUi« Medicine on fat •nd vou vrxll keep liealtlic. If - get it YOU GST UI»Ar/fK &BLIKF FROM LOSS i.'P Sr. W...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Notes THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

I Sporting Notes i THE TURF. Mr Matcheit, the proprietor of the Adelaide Hill Stud farm, Ben digo, as well as all other horse loving sportsmen, is justly proud ot the recent achievements of Adelaide Direct, a daughter of the farm's stallion, Directwsy, who has now established himsell in the front rank as a sire of extreme speed Adelaide Direct is now the mile champion of Australasia, any sex, having on 30th Decem ber 1916, at the Auckland Trotting Club's meeting, lowered ihe mile record to 2 6 2-5. In her record smashing mile she travelled the distance beautifully, without skip and break, and negotiated the third quarter at two-minute speed. She received a great ovation from the vast concourse, who cheered the new pacing queen, Adelaide Direct (2.6 2-5) as she returned to the. saddling paddock. The club presented the owner with 100 sovs. for reducing the existing previous record- Her owner and friends fully expected she would accomplish her mission; as on the pre"ious Monday she loi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO FEDERAL SEAT, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

BENDIGO FEDERAL SEAT, I ! , . ; " I have not talked politics dur- | I log the past 18 months, as 1 have j been too much absorbed with work Immediately in hand—that of being a soldier's assistant," said Mr W, Richards, who is at present oo ft visit fco Bendigo, when seen by an "Advertiser" reporter. ''But," be continued, "at the right time, and through the proper channels, I will announce my attitude, I have, already been approached by organi- i sations iu Melbourne and Bendigo. I regard the fact that I had to face j a majority of 3000 at the last j | Federal Election, and had the sails j faction of knowing at the declara I tbu of the pol) thai I had succeeded | In reducing that majority to the j comparatively iuslgnificfttti size of |427, as most encouraging, as I believed that in the light of fuller knowledge and wider experience the policy I then enunciated will find support from a far larger number of electors:' Asked his opinion In regard to the new Australian National Pede rati...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

Backache aud Kidney crouble, My | KidubTg would throb, and some nights I could oot sleep at all, J suffered terrible from backache and : Kidaey Troubia for about sis years, and at ] times t lie paia was bo bad licit I would groan J with it, writes lira H. Burmuisteri 12 Chan- I nc!-stieet, Uallarat E., Vie. At times raj' j Kidneys would throb, for they were the! weakest pur!. of my body. I w bud at timea tlmt 1 could not lie 011 uiy back, and some niRlits I could not sleep at all, I felt 50 weal: I tried fill kinds of iidvertined reaiedios, aud pills, but none seen^d to help me in the least, and I v.'as really run down A kind friend recomuiended mo to Ur Shel don's Gin Pills,which I did, and after tlio iii'St few loaos I felt iLuy were going to do me good. I have only taken a small course of them, and feel excellent, F can sleep weli, eat well, «ud do my hoasebold duties v,ithout a bit of trouble or pain, and I foel !>s happy as the days are Jong; Dr Sheldon's Gin Pil's e re sok ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miting Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

Mil in* Kotea At the Govt battery during the week Jones and'Tollit crushed 9 tons for loz 16dwts ; C. Ben stead 10 tons for 6ozs 4dwts ; Gorden & Purcell from their claim at Sandy Creek commenced to crush about 40 tons yesterday. Oswald's Gold Mines—Resumed work on 15th inst, after effecting repairs to compressor, winding engine, etc. 500ft stopes—Breaking stone 6ft wide, worth 5dwts ; 1000ft stopes—Breaking stone 6ft wide, worth 15dwts; rise above stopes up 8ft; 900ft le/ei—Laying rails and putting on pipes and trucking mullock; 1450ft level— Driven north to 1021ft, all stone in end.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

PORTABLE ACCOMMODA" | v TION for 2 young lady Boarders* Apply Mrs £U Morris, Horneby-stroot,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

RAILWAY MANIFEST. (ioodp and parcels were lying at iLe1 local Railway Station to-day for Goods—Dabb, Brooks, Edhouse, Calder, Moore, Yelland, Morison, M'Farlane, Allan, Trengoye and James, Parcels—Area Officer, Couchman Collard, Brown, Dabb, Roberfson,1 Roberts, Nankive'l, M'Dotiell, Southeate, James, Scatter.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

Mr Lawson, Minister of Education | has made pnbllc the allocation of the State maintenance grants (or technical schools. The total amount Is ^51,865, compared with £46,450 last year. Among the allocation Is £1650 for the CastlemalDe school. To Maldon belongs the honor of having a native ot the town to be decorated with the Distinguished Serviee Order, in the person of Lieutenant-Colonel C. Hardy, who enlisted from Ballarat about two yeais ago. He was born at Maldon where his father was a well known doctor in the early days, and he has practised the same profession . in : Ballarat for the last 30 years. Mrs Robt Sunderland, mother ot Mr W. Sunderland, Borough Sur veyor, of Castlemaine, died last night, at the age of 76 yeargj Yesterday was one of the hottest days experienced this season, the shade register at the local post office being 96 degrees, Accounts are waiting payment at the local sub-treasury for Messrs Duschka and party, Treloar, Waterson, Brown and" Treglown, Elliott, Hib...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Disastrous Fire in High Street. MR GEO, PUILAN'S PAINT SHOP GUTTED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

Disastrous Fire in fligh Street. MR GEO, J?UJ LAN'S PAINT - SHOP GUTTED. At ten o'clock this morning an outbreak of fire occurred in the premises situated In High Street, occupied by Mr George Pullau» painter, and owned by Miss Jessie Jamieson, of South Yarra. How the fire originated is not known, as there was no one in the place at the time, Mr Pallan being away at work. Attention was first directed to ihe outbreak by the sound of failing glass and flames bursting out from the north window of the shop, and it is surmised that the sun shining on the plate glass window on to the paints and oils inside, set it alight, and Mr EL Bowman, who lives next door, was the first to notice it. i The fire brigade and other wiring workers were quicklv on the scene, and with a good pressure of .water, uuder lieutenant Best, Capt Huish (who was at work) arriving la*er, pefformed good work. The volume of smoke and heat was terrific, and tinte and again Miss Wilson's con fectionery and fruit shop was...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. USE OF SALT IN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

T H E FAR M', ' ■-.y, -i -■ - - f. - usio'ot' salt ;ix agkicultuije. The use-of-salt- for mammal pur poses, is a common practice in many parts "of the British Isles. Only a few ' crops,; however, derive beneli' from* its - application.- - - The manurial value of-common salt is an; indirect one. . When applied to the soil, the' sodium liberates and .sets-■■free more'available potash from -the large stock of insoluble potash compounds- generally contained iv most soils. , - 7n this respect," salt forms a ■gootl"/adjunct." to -other-. manures for all -crops -requiring .-large supplies ol potash....Il.s-'"application -to-soils rich ; in insoluble - potash .compounds will tgrcafly-economise and in some case.' replace thve5hisc *of ;potash manures • The .use of common salt as a ma nure is" associated with the manur ing of mangelsperhaps more than with.any other crop.. ..-Its value i" this respect* was" formerly generally a^ribed to- the fact that the wild species of the now cultivated man...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 19 January 1917

THERE IS ONLY OWE SA.NDBR EXTRACT, and that is why the people insist on getting it, aad Why they reject the many inferior substitutes and the cheap and frequontly harmful " jnst as good.' The GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT i6 free from the objectionable quali ties of the common enealyptua oils and tin: so called ^extracts." SANDER'S EX. TLAOT the most powerful antiseptic .".nd healing remedy that, can be used with safety —it prevents "and cures all infectious dis 1 eases—Iniinuuza, Colds, Fevear, Small-po^. Diphtheria, Flatulauee, Dyspepsia. Diarx hcea, Dysentery and Kidney troubles j SANDER'S EXTRACT applied to Ulcers, | Bums, 8prains, Cuts, Irritable, Itching and ; fnflamed Sinn, gives immediate relief Htid I ' curcB peimanently, 3 drops in u teaspoon £ul of Codliver Oil is a specific for chronci lung affections—B'aenmat ism is quickly dispelled by it. Eeliability. effectiveness and 6afefcy are the great attributes of SANDER'S EXTRACT. FOR SALE—Two Oil Engines, 2 and lh h.p, Amalgamating...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 January 1917

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. If the inside of jelly moulds are brushed with the white of an egg the jelly will turn out easily. Plan work a day ahead at least. A good start in the morning is the secret of the accomplishment of much work. To prevent shrinkage in a garment when it is washed, it should be hung on the line lengthwise and ironed lengthwise. Try, while preparing one meal, to plan the next, then unexpected com pany will not be a source of dis pleasure and discomfort. Delicate laces are easily washed by placing in a fruit jar, with a quan tity of warm suds made with white soap, and shaken thoroughly. Cream or ecru tint i6 restored by rinsing in tea. The most refreshing bath is the salt bath. Fill tiny bags made of cheese cloth with salt, dip in the water and rub the Bkin thoroughly. Dye silks, ribbons, etc., by dissolv ing tube paints in gasoline and dip ping your material in it. Keep gaso line from lights and fires. Always iron the sleeves of gar ments first and thus avoid rumpling an...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RABBIT AND MACARONI. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 January 1917

RABBIT. AND MACARONI. Clean and joint a well-grown rah bit, and wash it in warm, slightly Baited water. Dry on a cloth, and duet each' piece, with flour. Have ready some very hot dripping in a saucepan ; brown the rabbit in this, with one sliced Spanish onion. Be careful not to let either burn, and stir almost continually. Then pour in enough water to well cover tho rab bit, and add, tied in muslin, a piece of onion with a clove stuck in it, a thin piece of lemon peel, two or three peppercorns, and a small bay-leaf. Cover and simmer slowly for one or two hours, according to age of rab bit. In the meantime boil until tender about a breakfastcupftil of macaroni, measured after it is broken small. Also have to hand a large tablc epoonful of grated dry cheese. When the rabbit is done take out the bag of onion, lemon peel, etc., arrange the joints on a large, hot dish, and keep hot ; add the strained macaroni to the gravy in the saucepan, and finally stir in the grated chccee. Tour all o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEVILLED HERRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 January 1917

DEVILLED HERRINGS. Here is a. way. of preparing this | homely little dish which many of you may like- to try. Clean and fillet | three or four good-sized herrings, and' put them into a dish containing two tablespoonfuls of olive oil, one tea spoonful, perhaps more, of salt, one tablespoonful of tarragon vinegar, and a seasoning of black pepper. I^ave them for an hour ; drain as dry as possible, and grill for about five minutes. Have ready some rounds of crisp toast thickly spread with a paste of made mustard, grated cheese and a few drops of H.P. sauce. Place a grilled fillet on each toast, and serve on freBh crisp lettuce leaves or watcrcress.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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