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CHATTER XXXII. UNSYMPATHETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

CHATTER XXXII. X U.WS'TMIWTtlKTrC. | Miss Desmond held ;i hook closc to her short-sighted eyes; but she was not rending it; her mind was busily occu pied with other matters. For it was a fact that although Miss Desmond's eyes were short-sighted, she looted out upon the world through them, and saw many things which other people failed to see. And she had noted that of late her j niccc hud gone about the house with a j strangely bright and happy face, and eyes which shone, and that as she wont she flung sunny smiles broadcast, and often lapsed into gay little snatches of light-hearted song. But all this gladness was hardly accounted for by the fact that in the spring her father was going to marry Lady Abbenuroy, and her Aunt Jane had promised to be Colonel Daveiiaut's wife. And Aunt Jane, because she was so de voted to the child, had felt glad because of the child's apparent gladness, and then begun to question and to ponder on its cause. Jane Desmond did not pon der on the subject ve...

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

in jleinoriamj ' - ^^mcmory of our .. MaldoDj on July gSjrSn3oneJuly 05C plfl'-'- Caa 11CVer bC 51 lont a willing liaud, mJSSS-*** ,•• .J^dl-ylHSSorrovringfa®^

Publication Title: Maldon News
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CHAPTER XXXI. THREE LOVE AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

chabter' XXXI. Thkkk Love Afkaiks. ^ that is. nothing,' protected 1 1 Sybil, in a reassuring tone ; | %r ' -and as to your being quite j an old man, father, that is | simply ridiculous. You look thirty at | the outside, and you aro every bit as young in your ways as you are in your looks. I do not wish to flatter you. hut you were much the best looking and best turned-out man at the ball last night, and you are so wherever you go.' Her father looked a little confused by this very frank compliment, but that he did not find it disagreeable was natural. Besides lie was very grateful to Sybil for the maimer in which* she had re ceived the news o£ his intended marriage, and he was aware that many daughters would have treated the matter in a ranch loss kind and less broadminded way. Before he could make any reply, Sybil spoke again: a slightly harassed expression had over clouded her lovely, expressive face. ' And you will be anxious to get rid of me as soon as' you can now, of course? ' ...

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

;yir. JBtedffeajrxi monumental works . GRAHAM ST. CASTMMAINB Marble aui Granite LVioavtmeiitH /•^v" 'Of all Dasiripbions always ia .Stock'. v-;> ,•-> Lettering*.and General ^ • Correspondence promptly attended to.- . Phone 2sTo, 93. Stop. Look. Listen. Griffiths L Brothers TEAS ^1 SATISFY flSi«nof-|| Danqer But; fcliers^is 110 danger to the con.iumuv of *ouv Goods, for thoy a e .. Absolutely Pur*, and guaranteed to be of First Quality. Out Representative—F. SIOCKLEY—will call on you ato any time, and gins you any further information neoavsary to secure a trial of owr Hoods. Samples Post Free and railway carriage paid. F: STOCKLEY, P.O. Castlemaine Ladles Tailorlnq Costumes a Speciality :C-i to £6 10s Oents 70s to £5 5s. Fit and St) ie Perfect A FineBange &£ Krnv Winter Goods just'opensd up* A large stock of-Blue'Twills and Costume Cloths. P ace your orders now with „ FRANZI, Main St, Maid on Satisfaction Guaranteed. §$ffl itiii in Ii$ii For Autumn and Winter Season, No...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

Breakfast THE IDEAL PORRIDGE MEAL ie tho finest food for age ancl youth. It la so easy to digest—so agrcsr.ble— so nourishing and sustain ....- insr -tHar U3 heal III and ctrcn.jit«» FAST D-LIGHT is easily and quickiy prepared, and goer, further than any other mcol. U is fcha great bone and muscle builder'. "THE MEAL THAT MELTS IN THE MOUTH." COLLECT THE LETTERS contained in 'the packets. They mean money to you ! Red 1 sets (from 2lb. packets) are worth 2/6 set. A Blue sets (from -lib. packets) arc worth s/-set. Colors must not be mixed. \ In 21b. & 41b. Net Weight Packet /#! Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on honor TRY them: Write Cor quotations fo'eeh, deliverel as your naarest Riilwa'y Statioa, bqlo\v 'Meibaaiue prices ' Best Imported Dwarf Essex Bape, Hunter Elver and other leading varieties of LncJrce, Sorghums. Millets, turnips, tlie wonderful "new folder Plant Silver Bact, and Smith's famous strains ot Field Carrot and Champion Hangel. , State approximately qnant...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

I Aching Back. The bane aiiie of the lious'jwife and Uio | working man, In hobij cas-:3 every movo j went of the bctlv is }iv a .-harp ' I stubbing pain ir. Mm siu:;U of ilu hade, and in others the pain is lull and continuous. Theee are symptoms A.r lest it? progic&s •<,)" using i-:r c-hoklui's Uin Pi L\ which wiii act in a surprisingly prompt in inn^r. i'nc.i Isiil an-i ~2i o',i— | Obtainable everywhere. • Woods'' Great 1'jppermlnt Cure, Fur 0 nighs ana Cokl.=, ne^cr fails, Is Gi

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

WELSHMAN'S REEF. A large and representative gath ering of residents met at the local State school on Friday evening last, the occasion being a welcome home to Private P, X Jenkin, who has been invalided home from the front after being wounded in the arm, eye aud leg iu the landing at Gallipoli, Mr M. Pedler presided, aud dur ing the evening called on Cr M'Lay | to make a presentation of a gold taedal to the re'urned soldier from the residents of Welshman's Reef. The medal was suitably inscribed, and on one side had the famous word "Anzac:'engraved, Cr M'Lay j said he was pleased to welcome Pfce Jenkin home, and being of an j adventurous spirit, it was quite natural to find hioi amongst the Australian fighting forces, where he had worthily upheld the honour of his country. On rising to respond Private Jenkfn was loudly cheered. He thanked them sincerely for their welcome and beautiful present, and the chairman for his kind remarks, which he would always treasure. He was giad to meet ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) ONLY A FLIRT. PART TWELVE. CHAPTER XXX. DO NOT PLAY THE FOOL, SYBIL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

(ALL BIGHTS RESERVED.) onlyTflirt. . .V- ♦ BY MRS. JOCBLYN. Author of "Drawn Blank," "A Regu ..... lar Fraud," "Pamela's Honeymoon." PART TWELVE. CHAPTER XXX. Do Not Plat thk Tool, Sybil. SYBIL smiled up at Lord Delving-■ ton. The light tone in which he uttered those last few words; J1" was a great relief to her. ' It seemed to her that he could not ..really have taken her refusal very- much to heart if he could speak like that im mediately after iti'and feel • cheerful to beina dancing humour. But she was wrong,: as many ;of us afteii'are in our judgment of our fellow creaturcs. He. had"--taken her refusal very seriously to heart indeed;- -quite as much so as any . of her- previous ad mirers, by whoso conduct she judged him, .and most of whom had rushed out of her prcsonce, i n a mood of blank despair, with a vow upon their lips that life was not worth living without hor, aud-that they - - • wishcyrthcy\c?uH'hlow th'eir.brains out. She laid :hcr- ii.-incL upoil'; his;arnv anclf:as ...

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

For Bronchial Coughs, tal<e Woods Gi eat Peppermint Cure, Is 6d Aching Back. The bane alilce of the housewife and tlio working man. In some cassa every move ment.of the body is accompanied bv a sharp stabbing pain in the small'of the back, and in others the pain is dull apd continuous. These are symptoms of'kidney disease- . Ar lest its progress by ■ using Cr She'.den'a Gin Pillr, which will net in a smprieingly prompt manner. Price Is Gd and 2s fid Obtainable every where, Woods'Great Peppertnlnt Gure. For Doughs and Golds, never fails.ls 6d FOR SAliE—Bicycle, in good order cheap. ^pply A. A, Edhouse. LANTERN LECTURE ON BELGIUM ; ILL be given in tlio Congregational Church by Rev, W. I. Pearse, oil Wednesday, July 12, at 8, ■ Admission Sixpence. ANTED to RENT or LEASE— ' Farm of 200 acres.or Block of Laud, about. 75 acres. • Send particulars i or apply to "News" Office, Maldon. j THURSDAY, JULY 13. | Cornish Pasty Social ! In connection wi h ,tlie Baptist Church | will tak...

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

J Rheumatism. I Dr blK'Jdoii'.-i Mn«c! i'.: Liniment re (roves mere case.-; o1' rhewmiiem every jear than at 1 the EO'C >!!. (! rheumatism medicines pom- I bined, It wil! penetrate to your very bones j and eoolfae suforfnc the p'lic. The first j applicator; r,t!l relieve .it.d coofcinue.i mu will bri.' c; "bout marvellous reenlts. I'rici* | ts 6d a«'< S*f Obtainable everywhere.

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Maldon Produce Market. (Per Uren Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

Ma'don Pioduce Market. (Per Ureu Bros, Maldon) Lf.test Quotations Onions —1 Gibs for Is Wlio.'ii 5s O'd bushel .Chaff -;)b 6dcwt Potatoes-2s quarter Bran—Is 3d bushel Lard - Is Id lb Butter—la 7d to 2s per lb Flour • oulbs 6b 9d 251bs 3s 6d Bacon—Is to Is 4d lb Cheese—Is 2d lb Sugar—3s 9d dozen lbs Jam—61b t in 2s, 2lh tin 9d Chedfhn- cheese —lOd tin Eggs—Is 4d per dozen,

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Sporting Notes FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

Snorting Notes FOOTBALL. There was still nothing definite transacted at the postponed meeting held on Wednesday night to arrange a competition between North and South Maldon, in aid of the hospl - tal and worn out miners fund, as it was considered the attendance was too small to go ahead just at present. It was decided play a match between the proposed teams in the reserve on Saturday, but no charge will be made for admission, I If sufficient footballers are present j arrangements will then be made to ] commence the competition on the | following Saturday . I Coursing. Al the Maryborough meeting this week Grigg's Mindful Jim won the No. 2 Class Stake and was also runner-up in No. 1 Class Stake, Other Maldon dogs competed. JGOLF. 2nd round of President Trophy will bo played to-morrow and if weatlie" is favor able the Ladies approaching aad polling competition. Red CroFs Ladios will pro vide aftornoon tea at 6d eacb, Billiards. Entries for billiard and suooker tourna ments are now bei...

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

EAJT 'VAY' MA Is'IFES1. | G^d.-? ;md parcels were lying at the \ic.-tj raiiway station io-day for.— Go > :tJ~Bnrry, Hookey, Roliori.-, Allan, London.O Grady, Uieu, llumbold. U;i;voy. Vu'Ha.ns :Uc.eus, Dabb, Uorrynian. ' al.icr, '-v i i^id's, I.angsford. Parcels—Keogh, i ay, Shaw, .Stanley. Bryant, Wftckie, Tysaen, Troi^TGTu, Sims', 3?ahey, Littlo. Hartley, Williams, Prime, Elliott, 'Nicholson, Matthews. Reid, j Rowdeu. !

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Maldon Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

Maldon Hospital^ The monthly meeting of the committee was held on Thursday evening- Present—Messrs Walker, Somer, Meyer, Cook, West, Pullan, Richmond and Gibson (secretary). Apologies were received from Messrs Hodge, Couchman and Uren, Treasurei repor'ed—Receipts— Patients, -v:rs R. John £1 Is, H Tatfc 10s, T G. Elliott £2 15s, Jas Oliver £6 6s ; donations (collector) F. West Is, Modge aud Seedaman 3d, H. Gonsal £2 14 6d. Couchman and Uren 2s 6d, ff, Parks Is ; j Estate Sir W. A, Zeal £5, estate A. Fellon £10, estate Edward Wilson, •the Argus), £10, Bank of New South Wales £2 2s, Maldon A.N.A. £1 Is, F, Hodce £2, Newstead shire £'2 2st proceeds of iootball match per J. Waterson 16s 6d, Govt grant. £90 ; refund 3s 6d ; total, £106 16s 3d ; accounts paid £39 12s 7d ; credit balance £235 14s lOd. Special yotos of thanks wore passed to Mr Oliver for cutting up a stack cf fire I wood and to Misses Uibson for continuous donations of milk: A number of minor repairs recommended by the house...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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THE Maldon News PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK "FIDRM SERV[?] FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 7 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

ftlhUBm twict.-A-wzi'* i'TIDKM BESVu ,.,,7. ; r KV&X1X0, JULY 7 htU -1 • , ni .pr«arv services in connec :Vij "the Methodist Church ;'treeO are announced fo ffffiVnW-y, July9th'when ^' n-f-'il services will be con tttTrtelUr. J. 8. Jeffreys IjV tUC K2V. J. w •"•""■J ^'V^d v o'clock. At the !«t I'! ' f|'«r|'00B 2Hi.. „ Penitence, Pardon and , JU ) ~ and evening services the be given by a strong ,X' of 30 voices. On the ^-<r Mcncny the annual tea r,iSCe in the schoolroom at cs. and this will be followed ^usual public meeting and J,!r,pj'D!a°ut in the church. 5n Ileitis will be rendered by fejlr under the leadership of Mr £|.;ev, rxd Mrs Perry at the Tickets for tbe tea are Is t-fdiiits arid 91 for children, A yew York message records .Jirii, st the age 81 years-, of Hetty Rowland Robinson ti;o J idlest woman in the or[.j. The totel amount of [fslib is reputed to be twenty ■jr.r pounds. of which she in •jied'two million from her' irents1 '-^r "crtuna will be her son,...

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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

Mming Notes' Oswald's Gold -Mines—North British mine—500ft level—breaking stone from east; siae of big stope, 6ft wide, worth lOdwts; north stope taking up from botfom of level and pu'ting iu limber for .itopincr, 1000 ft level—stone cut out going north, shoot of go'd 75ft long, starting to stope. taking stone 5ft wide worth lOdwts; 1450ft level driven north to 599ft, stone wider than drive, trace of gold, Independent mine— 700ft level north to 61ft, stone 91ns wide, trace of gold, Yields—Bat te;y 3-i2 ten? crnshed for lTOozs 3dwts, 600 tons treated at cyanide plant for Tlozs l5Jwts. At the Darling shaft on the Derby lease Johnson, M'Cutcheon and A, 'Stacey commenced pulling crush dirt to-day.

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Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 7 July 1916

Y. VI. C. A. A meeting of the above appeal committee wps held at Athenaeum on Thursday evening. The secretary reported that arrangements had been made with Mr Richards, of Bendigo, to deliver an address on Saturday, July 15th, and that an appeal for funds would be made ac that meeting. It was decided to arrange for a ' short concert programme by local, artists. The various churches are to be asked to give notice of the meeting, and arrangements will be made for a band if possible: The committee will meet again ou-Thursday evening to make final arrangements for the collection in the hall.

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Ladies' Column. HEALTH VALUE OF CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 11 July 1916

Ladies' Column. • HEALTH VALUE OF CHEESE. The long cherished idea that cheese | I should form only a small part of the [ daily diet has recently been challeng- i ed. Not long ago the United States Department of Agriculture issued a ( bulletin recommending the use of j j cheese as a cheap and wholesome substitute for meat. I Now we are told by a Swiss inves tigator that cheese is valuable not only for its content of proteids and carbohydrates, but for the beneftcient bacteria found in it. Another interesting and important j assertion is to.theieflect that persons j • who make cheese a considerable part i j of their, regular diet are very resist ; ant to many intestinal diseases, i such as dysentery and the dreaded j typhus fever. According to Dr. Bur j ri, the daily meat ration in the' I Swiss Army has already been partly j j replaced by cheese with excellent re- | ! suits. I

Publication Title: Maldon News
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That Awful Cat. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 11 July 1916

. That Awful Cat. Some years ago a lady asked a gentleman friend if he would get her a sandy kitten from a well-known importer of wild animals' establish ment in what was then known,,aa. Ratclifl Highway. The gentleman brought back a very attractive-look ing feline which was much approved of. Some months later, the gentloman heard that the family had gone out of town. Thinking that they might like to hear from him about pussy's condition, he decided that he would call and find out how the animal was getting on in their absence. What was his Burprise when the door was opened to him to see the cook with strips of plaster all over her face. ! "Ob, sir!'-' she gasped. "That . awful cat !" Then she told him how j from the first it bad seemed always j hungry and unsatisfied. Just after the family had left, it bad jumped upon the kitcheu table and seized a joint of mutton, and when she went to drive it off, the cat sprang at her and scratched her face fearfully. Then it seized the mutton, ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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To Waterproof Clothes. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 11 July 1916

I To Waterproof Clothes. i ■' 9 [ Hunters, fishermen, and other lov i ers of outdoor life may find it to their advantage to take a leaf from the advice of the French Academy of Science to soldiers on the subject of waterproofing their garments. The process recommended is simple and easy, durable, inexpensive, and does not injure the appearance of tho clothea. ■ It consists, according to "La Nature," of a very slight im pregnation of the fibre of the cloth with wool-fat. This is dissolved and ' diluted in a neutral, anhydrous, and volatile liquid. One takes five to ten parts of Adeps lanae, procurable at almost any drug store, liquefies it iu a little chloroform and dilutes with from 90 to 95 parts of gasoline (es sence of petrol). The entire uniform, braid, buttons, and all is immersed in it for a few minutes, then wrung out and dried in the air. The woodsman may completo his preparations to defy wet weather by giving his heavier equipment, bags, leggings, etc., another treatment re...

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