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CHAPTER XXVII. A WORD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

CHAPTER XXVII. A "wout) ok Advice. For just a moment Sybil seemed to hesitate as to how she was going to accept this speech, of George's. Then she put hoth her little bunds up to her cheeks anil gin need upwards at hiin with apparent consternation. 'Are they crimson ?' she said. 'They feel quite cold, George. Nu, I am cer tain I am not hot. We danced very fast, but then he danceU so perfectly.' ' I have not a doubt about it,' replied Sir George. 'Indeed, Lam sure of it, because I have been watching him ; and I -would give something to he able to dance as he doe?, so as to bare the pleasure of dancing with you.' That -he meant just what he said there was no doubting, bccause his quiet tone spoke of real regret; but then most things about George Crossley were real, and everyone who know him knew it. Perhaps it was his sincerity ! and the fact that he could be so 5 thoroughly relied upon which made I Sybil so much attached to him ; anyway } those two facts endeared him to many | of his...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oswald Gold Mine. Payable Gold Struck at [?]oooft Level. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

Oswald Gold Mine, >•.. , r Payable "Gold- Struck at iodofjt Levsl. A very important- devolopon^ent ,Kas taken place at tbe 1000ft level during this week. A payabto .shoot of gqld has 'been' struck 4o0£t south' of shaf ; tbe- .stono being ?> to 4ft wide and worth•-loz per ton. Tho shoot, of 5,'old has been : driven cn 60ft and last 10ft has improved to loz per ton, and sa'SJe values are still showing in endi There is plenty of room in this part of the minefor a long shoot of .gold. The yield this fortnight from battery shows a very big improvement and the old mine has every appearance of coming back on the dividend list very shortly,

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

CHAl'TElt XXVI. Two Lovbr-s. ■ SiJJlJj was more than ready to put aside thoughts which had not been wholly pleasing. So she " ~ smiled; and all trace of stiffness went out of her manner. ; ■ 'It is very kind and pretty of you to say that,.Lord Delving-ton,'1' she replied, ' and although I, :un sorry for the, ninety-hirie ladies, ..I. am "quite suffi ciently .eonccited' to; believe that I do dance a little better than some of them. Unfortunately it is not difficult to do so. I really think romping would be the best name for the game some, people seem to;delight in.. l)o look at that; woman there. I suppose she imagines .that she- is . dancing a polka, but' if so, she must also imagine that she . is*'doing so in a potato field, and that she has to get out of a ridge every time she takes a step.' • He laughed. '. I s that the . kind of .thing you say..to young Grossley to en courage liim-?' . he inquired. ' If 'so, I can .perhaps understand that,-he has given it. up in despair.; But wc...

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

Mining Notes , Oswald Gold Mines—Nth British mine —500ft level—Breaking stone off E. side old stope 6ft wide, worth 12dwts per ton ; 500ft N. stope— Breaking stone 5 feet wide, worth 4 to 5dwts per ton; lOOOfc level—Driving IT. from xcut in (36ft,. last 10ft stone improved to loz per ton and ■> to 1ft wide, proved payablo i-tono for f>0ft in length and,still payable in end, 1450ft level—Driving north on stone -Ifc wide worth 2tor3dwts per ton. Indepen dent mine—700 leirel north—stone (J to 8 inches wide, worth <ld\vts, Yeilds— Battery, 387 tons crushed for "i55oz 12d\vts; Slime plant, 200 tons for 44ozs 8dwts.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXV. THE CASTLE DELVINGTON BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

CHAPTER XXV. tire cast^dblvik^fbs. .Bait,. j . Perhaps anyone who; jhad followed Sybil Desmond to the Castle Delvington" ball, would have agreed with Mrs. Hartland in her opinion-that that young lady wasji flirt. Perhaps sonic people might have considered that Sybil had not been justified in resenting the fact that she had called her one. But we must remember that that was not what Sybil hid resented. AVhat she had resented was Mrs. Hartland's rude ness to Miss Jane. All the same, although that had not been Sybil's chief reason for atinoyancc 011 this occasion, there is little doubt that Mrs. Hart!and did sometimes annoy her on this very subject. 'Because, it was Sybil's opinion that people in glass houses should not throw stones, and that Mrs. Hartland was eager to have a flirtation of her own when she could find anyone willing to flirt with her. And at nineteen Sybil was no doubt justified in thinking that her own flirtations were less ridiculous and less objectionable than those ...

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

' ■ II •• I in in iv. MONUMENTAL WORKS »* GBAHAM ST. CASTLEMAINE Marble and Granite Monuments Of all Descriptions always in Stock. Lettering' and General Repairs Correspondence promptly attended to. PhoDe jSTo, 93. Stop. Look. Listen. Griffiths L Brothers TEAS 4 SATISFY ASian ofytt- Danaer ; Mat iker* is no danger t@ ib« comumw <e£*q*» Goods, for they & t Absolutely I«r«, and juaranteed t« be of First Quality. On* ll»pn>sen4»tiT«—F. STOCJLLEY—will call on yo* *1 toy tiwt, and giYe you a*y farther information neeMsary /(4-h: sro'irs a trial of o** Goods. Sa®pl« Fosk F«« nrd railway carriage pai£. P: STOCKLEY, P.O. Castlemaine Ladies Tailorinq Costumes a Speciality £4 to £6 10s 70s to £5 5s. Fit and Style Perfeet A Fiae Range of JSfew Winter Goods justjopen^d np. A large stock ■ ol Blue Twills unci Costume Cloth6: piaee your ordere now with E. FRANZI, Main St, Mai don Satisfaction guaranteed* Jfor Autumn and Winter Season, Now 3howing nt ■$} f Tie Latest Styles i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

Breakfast f? THE IDEAL PORRIDGE ME^ u' th> finMt food for ag« and youth. It Is so ea»y tp digest—so *gr<!«*ble— mo nourishing and sustain ing, thmt its us® me«« health and strength. BREAK FAST D-LIGHT is easily and quickly prepared, and goes further than any other meal. It is the great bone and muscle builder. "THE MEAL THAT MELTS IN THE MOUTH." COLLECT THE LKTTKRS contained in ihe packets. Tiier mean money to you I Hfci ten (from 2ib. packets) are worth 2In it'.. Blue set* (from 4'b. packets) are won a 5/- set. Colon must not t>; mimJ In 21b. Sc. 41b. N»t W»i*hl P«ek«ia ALL GROCERS. W. C. DoiicUj* Lvrerpool St.. Sjiiaej Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on honor - ■ TRY THEM . Write for quotations f.j 'eei*, delivered ac your nearest Kiilwu? Statinn. below -tlelbaarae prices . Best Imported Dwarf Eases Bape, Haater BJrer and other leading varietiej of lawnt isor^humB, Willets, TurnipB, the wonderfnl new fo.ider Plant Silrer Baet, iin-J Umth's famous strains of B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

Public No^icej "TpHEperson or persons who removed -i'-'two oregon derricks from the J?lilre Gardens is requestei to return same at once to avoid -further . --trouble.—W. Redfeani. =

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Price of Commodities and the Excessive Note Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

The Price of Commodities and the Excessive Note Issue, Some weeks ago we referred to the fact ia oar leading article that the inflated nature of the note issue was one of the reasons of the in creased cost of living, In view of the piesent general utilisation of paper currency in the Common wealth and elsewhere,, more than ordinary interest was evinced in a& address on money, credit, banking, etc., by Mr R. T. Butchart, at the new premises of the Banking Insti tute, Collins Street. Credit, the speaker said, might be recorded as the anticipations of future goods ; and the present goods in the modern world were bought with the promise to buy goods in the future, legiti mate credit derived its purchasing power from assurance or guarantee, or promise of future production, Illegitimately! credit might be created by the Issue of paper money by Governments, by accommoda tion promissory notes issued with* out respect to future production of material wealth, or by - creation of " fic...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) ONLY A FLIRT. PART TEN. CHAPTER XXIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) —f BY MRS. JOCELYN. Author of "Drawn Blank," "A Regu lar Fraud," "Pamela's Honeymoon.'1 PART TEN. CHAPTER XXIV.—(Continutd.) KS. HAItTLAND'S disagree able smile grew broader. ' And is it not equally easy to love all your numerous admirers ?' she inquired,' suavely. ' Or perhaps I ought to have said to make them imagine they are in love with you.' 'I think that that was not' a very, agreeable thing to say,' Edith,' pro tested Auut Jane, severely; ' or a very suitable one. The child naturally must. resent it, and as for ruysclf— ' Sybil's colour rose a little. ' Oh, as for yourself, Jane, we all know that Sybil is only taking a leaf out of ytfnr ; book;?»putx-inz .Mrs.? Hartland, sharply, before her sister's speech was ended. . • Jane turned pale. The shaft had struck home cruelly. -■ It was Sybil who replied. She had a temper, and although she seldom.displayed . it,: it, was. strong and fierce when once awakencdl ' It seems to me that a lore of flirta tion is i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

F.M.BA- .&aldou Branch. THE half-yearly meeting of members will .be held at the Athentemn on Saturday, June 24th 191.6, at 8 o'clock. Business—To receive and adopt report and balance-sheet: general. J. A. WA.TERSON, secretary. Sunday Services. C rjAHl-: MBTHUUISi CHORCHES Fountain-street—Morning and evening —Rev W, R Jones. Evening subject—" Show 'i'yself a Uarker-st—Morning, Mr Chisliolra Visitors welcomed. iO NG "R E G ATiONAL CRUP.CHE8 Treacher—F-ev G* Kiutt: Visitors heartilv welcome _ jyj^ALOON' BAPTIST CHUBCH Morning and evening—Rev Pryce Evening subject; "REAL PATRIOTISM." Tho Y.M.C.A. Day. Visitors welcome j^NGLISH . BAPTIST CHURCH. SUNDAY EVENING lu Memoriaco Service of the late ME JAMKS Wfr.LIAMS, Preacher—Rev, T. Beesou. Subject— " A Voice from Heaven '' FOR SALE-Black Ornington Cockerels (bred from parents of Bencligo pen 1914-15, mated with cockerel bred from Burnley winners 19li>-16); White Leg horn Cockerels (bred from son 1912-13 second winners, and son of...

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Mining Accident. Three Men Injured at South German Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

VV, .<> • ^i&ingv Accident, — J Three Men"injured at South Ger man Mine, Just before facing- to press we loai'iit that an accident betel! th ree local minefs Messrs A. H:insen, .T Bennetts <Sr J Hardy working at the South Gorman mine. From the very meagre mnvs obtainable it appears that three men were ascending i a ladder in the shaft, when it gave way, j but as far as is known none of the men 1 were severely iujured. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

"or CbilcWr.'s TJnc»iB2 Cough at Weeds (ireat Peppermint Citta, Is Cd

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MEAT.—Per W. Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

MEAT.—Per W. Rowe, Side mutton— 7-Ul lb. Full leg-<)d lb. " Full four quarter—Sd lb- ' J3est roast—lOd lb. ' Other roasts—9d lb. Side lainb -8d per lb. ; . .ftutnp steak—Is lb. .. . V Reef steak—lOd lb. Steak beef-.Od lb in lump. Corn beef—8d, 9d and lQd per lb. 1 Boiling beef—Sd lb. Sausages-r8d lb. , . Tripe—8d/lb-. . ...... Saveloys—Is per "dozen.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Produce Market. (Per Urea Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

Maldon Pioduce Market. f (Per Urea Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations 3 Onions—161bs for Is ' / Wheat—5s f>d bushel Chaff—3s Gd ov?t ; Potatoes—2a quarter ... Bran—Is 3d bushel Lard—Is id lb Butter—Is 9d to 2s per lb Flour—afJlbs Gs 9d, 25Ibs 3s Gd Bacon—.Is to ls4d lb : Cheese—Is 2d lb Sugar—3s !)d dozen lbs , i Jam—Gib tin 2s, 21h tin 9d Olieddav cheese—lOd tin Eggs—Is (id per dozen,

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

. 3j}ortirt g "■ • •- ; KGOT'BALL.; On Saturday afternonn a lootbair match will be played at Bariughup ;,betwje£n.-teams representing Maldon :''and!Bai?iaghup, and an i uteres'ing contest is expected. After the -matcli tea will be provided for both teams in the Library Hall free— ' others will be charged 6d. After tea a ' dance will take place, for which the admission is Js 6d for gents and ladies free. The proceeds are for the Baringhup State School Patriotic Fund. The teams will be selected from— Baringhup - Lillie (3). Siatter • {$), Smith (2\ Gallagher (2), Neilson (2), Goutts (2), Niven, Krake. Matthews, Wood, Moore, Tomasini, Skinner, Morris. Maldon Grigg, Baker, Ralph (2), Stancombe, Baxter '.2), Jenkins, Cook, Rewell (2\ Boweii, J. Blackzuore, Stevenson, O'Leary, Penrose, Seedsman (2), Hales, Trengove. Francis, Duncan. Conveyances will leave the Bank Cor ner, at 1.30 p.m , sharp

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

There's never a rod in " The Land of Nod," • And do need ot a flagellant there, For no sweet babe could refuse to be good In a kingdom so peaceful and fair. There are rows and rows of pretty pink toes In that realm where no sorrows endure, And the guardian fates, by its great gates .Give Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, On Saturday afternoon and even ing the children of the lower 6ib grade of the local State school will conduct a bazaar in the Gymnasium Hall, in aid of the State School Patriotic Fund. In the afternoon the price of admission is Id end 3d in the eyening. The euchre tournament in con nection with the A.N.A, will be continued on Monday evening, next. Recently some person or persons took away a couple of oregon der ricks from the Shire Gardens, near the jubilee monument, belonging to Mr W, Redfearn. and it is an nounced if same are not returned forthwith action will be taken for their recovery.. We hear that the drapers In various towns are giving up the practice of cutting...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Baringhup Football Club. Match—Maldon v. Baringhun. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

Baringhup Football Club. Match—Maldon v. BaringhuD. I qUJOTBALL MATCH will be played in i JL tha Recreation Reserve, Baringhup. ; on Saturday, 24th Juuo, commencing at 3 ( o'clock. • '! e;>. ai 'i o'clock—sixpence. | ()ANT<-'S at 8 o'clock. Admission— }■••• j£i.s 6(1, iaciies free. Proceeds for tlui t lato -'chool Patriotic Fund.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Easter Fair 1916. In aid of Local Charities. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 23 June 1916

Maldon Easter Fair 1916/ In aid of J.ocal Charities. Tbe final meeting in connection with the abce was held at the Atbenseum on Wednesday night, wheu there were present—Messrs Walker (chairman), West, Mead, Huish, Somer, Meyer, Seedsman, Woodward, Rerden, Rewell, Cook, Woodlock, Puilau, Dr Or&v and F. Hodge (secretary,^ Donations were received as fol lows Hon. J. D, Brown 21a, J: M'Kenzie & Co 10s 6d, Banks & Co 20s, and acknowledged with ! thanks- j Accounts amounting to 13s 3d I were passed for payment. ( The balance-street as prepared by the teasurer fMr Mead) was presented, and after some discussion adopted. It shewed the receipts to be £189 3s 3d, and expenditure £S6 15s 4d leaving a profit of £102 7s lid, which was considered very satisfactory. Some speakers poin ted out that they were inclined to degenerate into a picnic sports, and thought some special attraction would have to be starred to attract the people. Suggestions were made as to future celebr...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Ally in the East. JAPAN'S RAPID PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 27 June 1916

Our Ally in the East. ■ : -^A'; ' '""•■v: ' •$. • "JAPAN'S RAPID ' PROGRESS. The Englishman of to-day is study ing his neighbours in-the big world as • he • has never done before. We - scan the' papers eagerly, .nv/t to say anxiously, to discover the svn-pa- i thys of other nations towards the | Allied Cause ; and .in so ' doing we | , alight : on characteristics , that > sur-.-j prise us. But at this ;t;me. no . ration •'deserves: closer study than-;our East ern Ally—Japan. The aspirations of the^ Japanese to day* (never call bim a Jap if you res- j pect the feelings of one of the polit- j est races of the world) is that his j nation shall be judged by its ideals j and its attainments, not merely re- j gaTded as an offshoot Asiatic tribe, j The development of the race since j the momentous decision of 1859 still j remains a marvel in the eyes of a.| world that is familiar with hustle. ; , If you compliment a Japanese on the delicacy of his country's Art, he will smile in self-de...

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