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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

THE SURE SIGH*. A. dull, persistent paia in tlie back, ache thai spoil J sleep and is worse iu the morning, a sharp, cutting pain when becd;ng is a sure sign of kiiuey disease. It is aot really the back aching but-the kidneys which lie just beneath the small of the back. Doan'a Back ache Ivitlney Pi'ls quickly relieve rhs kidneys, and help tbem to drive out of the body the poiiona which cause back ache, dropsjj urinary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, stowe. The ca3c here givrii proves that cure3 are thorough : Mr William Hoghe®, Milkman Fiat, Caatlemaine :—Having proved that Doaa'3 Backache Kidney PLila me a splendid remedy far backache and kid ney trouble, I bavs no hesitation in recommending them to other fuli'erers. •I had backache for some time, the pain centering just above tne i:idn;-y3, All my moveraeots we-o handicapped, in fact, 1 was 'often so bad thai I could hardly get about ut nil. Day and night the cche kept up aed the constant suffering made mc tinii and depressed.1 I ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINERS' WAGES. Maldon Rates Retrospective. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

MINERS' WAGES. Ms'caon Kates Retrospective, In t'*e Commonwealth Court or j Coocilifttioa and Arbitration on Fri- j dRv Mr. Justice Powers, tue Deputj i President, gave His final award in j the tjiaiat of the Federated j Employes' .Association against trte j Oswald-Gold1 viSning Cocipauv, i\o t^abiU'3% and others. Befure giv ing liis award bis Honor heard ey. - dense on the dispute ks to whether j it was understood by 'be Oswald { and South Gentian companies it | Maldon, Victoria, that the award in respect lo them was to be re- j trospective or whether it was todate from the time his Honor gave nis decision Joseph Abraham Vtaterson, sec retary of the Mnidon i^rsnch of tne F-M.B. A,, said he was present at the compulsory conference. He understood that both the Maldon companies were prepared to pay the rates claimed if any aA'ard of th£ court was made. He left the con ference with the impression that when the award was made ir would date from the lime of the conference. His Honor : Tb...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NATIONAL DEBT. IS IT "A NATIONAL BLESSING?" [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

THE NATIONAL DEBT. £S IT "A NATIONAL BLESSING ?" On the all-important questions of j the conservation of British capital i and National Debt Sir George Paish, i : the well-known statistican, and Gov- | ernor of the London School of Econ- ] omics, recently made some remarka .. able utterances which have attracted the attention of financiers and econ omists generally. Regarding the ei • feet of war finance on British capital resources, Sir George is quite opti mistic. While insisting on the urgent .•need of increasing national economy '• arid Baving power to provide out of revenue and borrowings the 1800 to.. ; 2000 millions which a year of war may cost," lis liolds that-even ,thon 'Great Britain would remain as rich in capital as at. the beginning. His contention is :-.'tiiat • war experience will make the productive "-power of the nation greater, than , ever when peace arrives" and that British abili ty to provide capital for new busi ness will be fully maintained. - "Of course'," h...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

RAJJ-WAY MANIFEST, Goods'and parcels were lying at the local railway station co-day for:— Goods—Drtbb, Roberts Parcels—Williams & Kewell, Bast, Smith, Oswald, Conchman, Beeihfttu. C'arnoy. Tysscn, Slanly. Davia3. Dnbb. Moss, Matthews. Perrv

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

Woods' Grsjr.t Peppermint Cure, For Cough; and Co'.dj, ne>er fails. Is 6d Methodist Church. Fountain St. Anniversary On Sunday, Juiv 9th. Seryices at 11,5 and 7. Preacher—REV. $. JEFFREYS. ON MONDAY, July 10, HOME-MAGE TEA iu the schooi. Tec oa tables at 6 o'clock. Tickets—Adults Is, children 9d. Public Meeting and Entertainment in the church after the tea,. Special Anthems. Organist—Mrs Perry; Choir Conductor—Mr H. Hartley. Sfc Braid's New School Wall, WEDNESDAY, JULY . lg, Miss Fitzp a trick's Social In aid of Building Fund, consisting of Euchre Party and Dance; Good " Music. £et Supper. Moonlight ' ' * ' Admission 2s. The State Savings Bank of Vic toria, Maldon, Annual Audit and Inspection of Deposi tors'Pass Books. . PURSUANT to the provisions, of the State Savings Bank Act IS) 15, notice ie'hereby given that Mr W, J. Masters, Inspector/ will attend as Auditor, at the office of the State Savings Bank at M&LDON. for the purpose of inspecting the Pass . Books of I Depos...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

Sporting Notes Govt baiter}- returns—Grigg and j party froth New Ghurn mine 42 tons for 2ozs Idwt; a large qoantitv of meta! is being seat to Bendigoby this party for treatment. ■South German Co—1600ft level extd rorth further distance of 16ft. total 1083ft ; laminations continue on east wail and occasionally gold can be seen in dish trials ; 1750ft intermediate level north off top of rise—stopes stiii keeping battery supplied with crush dirt ; cleaned up 260 teas :cr S^ozs retorted gold

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

I Depositors in the State Savings Bank at ilaldon are reminded by i advertisement that the inspector! !(M; W. J. piasters) will be in at-' | tendance at the bank on Wednesday ) (to- v ■ ■ r* ow) oth July, for the annual j inspection of pass books. It is i particularly desired that depositois should produce their pass books at this time. Misses Ivy and Renie Annand collected 30s for the School Patrio tic Bund, through the guessing of the name of a roldier doll. The , wrnner was vjr Loye, ot Templeton Street, who guessed " Sam," the correct name ot the doH: Patrons are reminded that the next social dance and euchre tour-: nament, under the management of ■ Miss Fitzpatrlck, will take place ia j the R.C. hall on the 12th Inst. j Why Ga Hungry ? If your stomach 13 weak and you arc suf fering from Indigestion, don'c sacrifice your health and comfort. Eat all tin', wholesome food you want- Then take one of Dr Shel don's Digsstive Tabules after ca-jli meal' : They digest your food and thus ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BARINGHUP. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

B A R I N G H U P. Although the weather condi- I tions were not conducive to a big I attendance,'a large number 01 (he residents assembled at the Lib- j rary Hall on Monday evening *ast f io pay their parting respects to Vfr | snd Mrs Hutchinson, and Privates j Alex Phillips and W, Davis, both ' of whom were on final Jeave. Mr B- Bryant carried out dunes of chairman in an able manner, He spoke of the ,nany goodfjuali ties of the guests individually, and wished Mr and Mrs Hutchin son e^ery success in. their future life. He said it was painful to see such good ei izens departing fr^m their surroundings. Oi'rhe soldiers? Mr Bryant ulso spoN'o in eulogistic terms, Alesars Neiteon, Moore, Smith, sue! Lewis supported the remark? of the cJirir uian and spoko at length upon tiie various good (utilities displayed by the fruesi* in the social movements, etc. of i'Jarlngluip. The chairman then presented the guests Willi tokou* of esteem, as follows : — .Mr and iVIrn Hutchinson silver teapot ; ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANZAC HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

ANZA.C HELL. I The working bee on Saturday : was well attended, and a lot of work l was done by Messrs H, James, A, Blackmore, Rerden, T, Stacey, C. [ Qrigg, Morlson, Du.ichka, fll'Beath, | Johnson, Carman, Wood, L. Soart, i L. C, and W. Jenkins, Jas Brown, H. Baxter, Wearne and Preece secretary ; boy helpers—T. Biizza, Len Snarl, W. Trengove, CAVcarue R. Maloney.L,, Baxter, A. Hatch-, ard, C. and D. Jenkins, E- Wood, G. Beli, J . S'ephenson, W, (3-rlgg W. Pearce, H. West, D. Ralph and several lady helpers. 15 boles were finished, and a 30ft shatt filled in A large number of visitors were on the bill on Sunday, "so that i! is already becoming a popular resort, j The An/.ac drive on the south slope I of the hill will be marked out during [ the week.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Minister for Mines. VISITS MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

til inists r for Minos.*: • VlblTS M-^DOIn. ,«-ior last tlie Hon- T, On Minister for Mines. lino": c,'«i accompanied by sr.J Lf% Lawsoa,' Attorney-, p-II.' ' ,1 Minister for Educa-1 Crf-'er')!-f"a Ma Id on for the pur t^TfdiWsing various pro f* had been bought under j ^ fbv ihe recently tormed Mining Development )!aMr : The object- of the N to endeavoring-to If^pK^ctinsandencour H'1'i°(l?|oi""vere met at the fiS°f Ilie sbire Prf,Klen' t:l iVirtv). w*10 could not <Cr V v reputation representa Miners7 Association, ^ Association and mine introduced to the 0,o'rv at the council chambers ^ ^.hvere-^sreA, A' ver'lciiairnian of the Com Hutlon, J- Bo wen, \V. ,T. Couchman, W Rewell I'Cer.'T, Brooks, D. Morgan, 5 'Les, W. I'ren, R. Nankivell, * Dickson, H. Br-vson'T' j' '.'f-riiT-r, T; Cooper-J' EuMj, Sv 'T a. Collins and Dc. Gray, % Meyer said !he deputation -,-al!v (he outcome of a con ^tionwith the Minister some; \,-0 Mr Livingston then that a public meeting ?:'uj and proposals...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

MONEY-SAVING COUCH MIXTURE ftEMEDY Nothing gives quicker relief from hack ing c?ugh»,cold*, croup And »orc throat» th^pthis hoind-ma^c luixturo. To wAtor and sweetening add n bottle of HEAN'S ESSENCE a» per sjmple directions ap plied on the liibe.1. This will at ofrce produce a pint of the best remedy jsos 3iblo for all chest and throat troubles. A pint of ordinary cough and cutafrh mixtures would cost least 12$. HEAN'S ESSENCE cq*u only 2j , and is obtainable from most chemist* and [ stores; or it m«y be procured by I for 2*. 3d. direct from the manufac | turer, G. W. HE AN, Chemist. 178 ! Castlereagh St., Sydney. F-16

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 July 1916

Preliminary Announcement. LOOK OUT for the AMERICAN TEA on Saturday, Akgcst 12th.' Particulars advertised luteT. •TH.:?C£. o?jly one r VS i'-X. i'UAf'r»<t viiat id why the people insi-.t or. if, aB'l Why (hoy r j-iet the tuany infanvr hui«tUut<.6 and the eiieai> and Crecuonttv harmful " jnsi; r.s s-oThe OENUiN'K .SAHDKii EX~ TiiACi' i - free from the ebjcctiour.llo quuil liori oi" the common e-jca.lvpti'-i oila aud the so caliccl 'extracts/' SANDER'S EX., ThAC-T is; tin1 most po*veri'nl antiseptic and healin;,' remedy tliafc can bo used with safety —U prevents and cures nil infections dis eases— Influenza, Cold?, Foyer, Small-pox, Diphtheria, Flatulence, Dyspepsia, Diarr heal, Dysentery find Kidney troubles riANDEiVs KX.Ti.lAOT applied to Ulcers, Burns, Sprains, Cut?, Irritable, Itching and fnllauiew Skin, gives immediate relief and cures permanently. 3 drops in a teaspoon fill o£ Codliver Oil is a specific for chronci lung affections—Rheumatism is quickly d...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHLOROFORMED WHILE SLEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

CHLOROFORMED WHILE SLEEP® ' Is ft possible for a sleeping' to have' ether or chloroform aifc istered without being wakened li® by ? ; With ether such a fent is appw:: ly impossible, but with cliloro/oii"' lias been accomplished. A 5"f' woman aged 21 years, who?'1 ks"8 was intended to cauterise. wa.*i'! nervous and apprehensive state could not be prevailed upon to mit to the operation, but som? afterwards she changed her n;'i and consented. Having- arrived at the hons? "f i surgeon on entering her room t:; that she was asleep, and nioti|'r"'i to those who were following they should be quiet. Chlorotf';' was then given very care/"".1' J slowly increased in amount the stage of cxeitement wu? r«c-"'' she started to rise but a resira^ ing hand was placed "P011 shoulder, the cone was drop)'1''' ^ ■her face, unci the quantity &ivw"" usualT .., When she...was completely "influence the knee was cantci'iW dressed ; on awaking she had ,'t'r collection of the operation Some years ago a ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALDON FRATERNAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

mmr- 11 ■ mm i u i i in ■ MAI,DON FRATERNAI, SOCIETY, The hail-yearly meeting of the afao^e was held In the St J ana's ] School Hall, Footscray on Saturday evening. The vlcc president ( Mr J. H. Blackmoref occupied the chair. There were about 60 persons present. The night was cold and showery which was the means of keeping many friends away. Tbe Society is being run on the most fraternal lines to bring all Maldon people and their friends in Melbourne and suburbs into a more friendly touch with one another: it was wilh this idea in mind ihe promoters formed the Society, The Society is managed by a good work ing aud fraternal minded committee, with a most energetic secretary in . Mr J, Mitchell. Tfcere are a num ber of Maldon peop'e living in the suburbs of Melbourne who have not yet made ase of the fraternal objects of the society although, the membership fee is the reasonable one of 2s 6d per auntim, and if there were a greater membership, the Committee would be in a fa: better posi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGIN OF THE RACE. DID ADAM LIVE AT THE NORTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

ORIGIN OF THE Race, ? DID ADAM LIVE AT THE NORTH POLE. A After much careful sturiy am, , trips to the Polar regions i ^ Lindsay l\vche, naturalist an,j f ess or of natural history at Kansas University, has arrived^' the conclusion that the fust h< " beings More born and live,) j,^ Arctic zone. 'Professor lhcho th' not deny that such a place a.i ' Garden of Kden existed, but, he ' that if there was such a plac(>'' existed one hundred tliou^and v» before the time covered by Bibl;V* history. "If there was such a p]arp (.'arden of Eden, it was at the Nop' Pole." he says. " Ono huml-l] million years before man could h;i-; lived oil the earth, plants ami if'; msils lived in the Arctic zone, ft, earth cooled first at the Poles. ^ as there was 110 land about South Tole, the plant, and anitr-.' life existed ubout the North l'oie. " The early history "of. the Nv-; can be rend from the strata oi f,lv. sils and rocks in the Arctic Zwe In the northern part of Crw:iisrl are found ve...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

A TREACHEROUS TROUBLE.1 ? Kidney diseases are vary dangerous. Tliey corno oa silenfciy, gain ground rapidly, aad cause thousands of deaths that could have been prevented by proper treatment in the beginning. Nature gives early warnings of kidney disease—backache, tTringes of pain when stooping or lifting, headaches and urinary disorders. If theso symptoms are unheeded, there is grave danger of dropsy or fa*al bright'3 disease. Doan's Backache Kidney Pil's have earned a reputation for their effectiveness in kidney troubles, and are kmwn and recommended the world over. Hero is a case, Mr L, Friedrichs, Parker-street, Maldon, says:—For four years I suffered teriibly with my back, caused through my kidneys being very out of order, lhe paiu was so incessant and severe that I coul i not do my work, and at night I tiBed to lay awake for hours restlessly tossing about, and whea I got up in the morning I fe!t worn out. I could not stoop with suffering torture. These pills were one day brough...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SWALLOWED HAT-PIN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

A SWALLOWED HAT-PIN. It is never safe to assert that any thing is impossible for a child, oe pecinlly in the gastronomic way. One has just swallowed a 5§in. hatT. pin, with a head as large as a shoe button. The mother saw the child playing with the pin on the floor and later heard the little one choking. The child waa - black in the face al though it was soon apparently re lieved. The mother later missed the hal.-pin. and fearing that it h»vs been swallowed she took lhe child to \ he hospital, where a physician applied the X-ray test. The pin could be seen, and in a short lime tin." sur geon's knife was successfully used and the child on the way to recovery During; the last century 3<J,0U0.000 persons left Europe to seek their fortunes in other lands. She : " H ow is it you were not at the reception ? " He : "1 stayed away on account ol a personal'matter." "May I ask whut it was?" Well—ei-—they failed to send me Wi invitation."

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
British Prisoners in Germany[?] Inhuman Scene in E[?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

British Prisoners in Ger Inhuman Scene jQ Bai,=.; I . An exchanged pi!soaer . returned to England. yl-.-',^ r;':i experiences as a priso^r"''^ ^ being taken to Wurzburp w* ^ the " Military ; ct » Irishman who was ;u ^ with him. Ibis young nn^ been badly wounded in tll6 3 having lost the sight of 0"ae '5l was also deaf in one ear, and ^ shockingly disfigured, Ai'Asc^ fenb, one of the places they s'cD-'l at on the journey, a mob came look at the prisoners. The ' sentry was te;;i,!K iVi visitors that one of the had been shot m the hoe and "55 badly disfigured, \Vhereit^ German soldier pulled :bo nc,<! fellow ont of the sleeping the floor and sat him upon the the oiher standing rcuud poi^;..' with their fingers at the poor ^ iated face with coarse j-eriug ter. The young Irish soldier ^ patieutly through it all—bis b:9 eye was a ruuning sore, tl!e cheek in healing had kit a bkleoa"4 scarred hollow, and the mouth a;j noss were twisted to one side. }],:s couQlitou would have sti...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DEEP IMPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

A DEEP IMPRESSION. Tat returned from the City after a holiday, and. meeting his priest .ono day, stopped to tell his adventures. " Now. of all the sights; you. saw. what object-- struck you .moBt-vin, : fact left the deepest impression on you? " asked, the pries-L. , C,, "Faith ! and it was a brick- from a scufl'old that struck me most, and left its deep impression on me !•" said Pat showing a cut 011 his fore head.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

" Zekle" in the " Mail' The pub icana and their friends^ crying out and with some she?:! reason, for oue late night p>r -.v.:'; They also argue that- if pufe houses are to be closed at 5 o'e'ou then all establishments ;hat cj:;; for teetotallers by selling soft dries should be compelled to do tbesjs;, A man in khaki came to ihci: gistrar to register the birth of trip lets, In cases where there are mo:; than one at a birth it is necessary!) register the time at which each hss born. The regisirar asked hinilie UStlfll questions. " At what til!)! was the first child bori: ?" "riy> o'clock)" replied the soldier. kii thesecond ?" Five thiriy." ".■id the third ?" " Heaven knovrs ejaculated Gallipoli Bil>, "I cieaifi out.,: There has been inven'ed 'a® chine known as the " heu deceiver,'1 for the purpose of promoting ids try among the ladles of the farm yard harem. The apparatus i simple, and consists of a^box fori nest, with a trap-door for lis bottom, fo that when the hsnlw an eg...

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