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"PERPETUAL MOTION" AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

"PERPETUAL MOTION"ATUST. I : The problem of perpetual motion ( has once more been solved. The aj , paratus is a cyclinder with a pro peller wheel set inside nenr each »nii : and between .them, on the saw shaft, an ordinary fly-wheel. By connecting this cylinder with i chimney, ' the apparatus wiil rsa perpetually, so we are informed. The "motive power is ;i natural current of air and for this rwon the- inventor calls his machine i pncumatic motor." The air clos to 'the earth is warmer than that above the earth. Hence if vou ii«"( a chimney you , have a draught: tb warnv air going up, the draught r* . vol ve'a, the fails ; the fly-whH tars* round aiid it does not makes'! difference if -there is not piw»; wmd outside to blow a feather c3 your iha.nd the machine will no The [.inventor declares that alread? with .'a small '"'pneumatic motor' njui a'stove Pipe 100ft. long li* operated a sewing machine. The is'96ft. high and 2ft. in diamw :The; pneumatic ' motor is *1 ft lo» the fans are ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TURKISH BATH IN FINLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

TURKISH BATH IN FIHU^ • In Finland -the people are D • c'ular about bodily cleanliness • ,„j inasmuch as the temperature is 0[ ten lOdeg. below zero, open-air bath, nig cannot always lip indulged in it is in this country. The Fin landers therefore, hav<> r#. course to a somewhat novel sort of 11:11h. It is about 15ft. long hv ^ wide : boasts no windows mid on\v when tin-- door is open can air ami light enter. Every hamlet boasts one ot then,, bath-houses,- which are for common use. When you enter one you win not. ice that in the middle there jR ari oven-like structure of boulders piled one upon the other. Along the sides of the walls ars rows of seats fashioned out of tlio branches of trees. Apart from this the bath is devoid .W furniture, j (lathing day is on Saturday, atltl | early on the morning of that day l wood is brought and a lire started j in the bath. | When the stones in lh>- m'ulill.. are I hot the tire is put out, the p|«« is | cleaned, a large vessel o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRESPASSERS, BEWARE! [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

TRESPASSERS, BEWARE! JJ'he church in Buchen. a (Jerman village of about 1,000 iui» uitants, has a notice-board which bears the following legend in large letter* :— " Cyclists and hens are forbidden to wander round the churchyard. It is a curious fact that, while many ancient manuscripts arci illegible, from I he ink having faded, manuscripts of the tilth and of the twelfth centuries have, so far, shown hardly rut\ trace of fading. 4 The Russian empire contains more than 6") independent racial groups It is a veritable Tower of Uabel. Kv eu with the omission of Siberia, and Central Asia, there are in Rus sia, in Europe and the Caucasus a lone. 46 different peoples. The sandal worn by the F.gypti&ns is composed of a sole made by stick ing together three thicknesses of leather. This is held to the loot by | a band passing across the instep j The sandal is - beautifully stitched | w-ith threads of different colours. Iwenty-two million tons of water loll over the cliff a.t Niagara...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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A DOUBLE CENTENARIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

A DOUBLE CENTENARIAN. i. The tortoise is the only animal Known which possesses sufficient vit ality to carry, it through so long a period. Il has a longer life perhaps than any other animal :which has ■ been in existence-upon- 'the earth within the last million-years. . One. specimen of: the Galapagos tortoise 'is said to have a -.-well authenticated history running back 350 years. ■ ■. •:; ■ Compared; with the longevity ot •• other..- animals- that of the giant •tortoise is as follows : Tortoise .250 alligators and crocodiles 150, elc? phant 120. .man 100, ordinary, tur tle~60,: rhinoceros 50. horse '30,.-elk .30, tiger 15, and' lion-15 years. What is the secret , of the tortoise's long-life;? ■ •' First' of: all the tortoise does not think. It expends almost "no: ner vous energy - For ..six months every year it .ex ists in a suite of .suspended anima tion. rll takes ^practically no exer cisc.. It eats slowly. It is a vegeta .' Vlrtll. ■■ .. "The tortoise cultivates a tcmper iment:...

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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. Terms of Subscription [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. '5 Terms of Subscription As a number of enquiries have been received regarding the exact term ou which subscriptions may be made to the present issue of the Common wealth War Loan, the following information is given :— Subscriptions may be made in terms of the original prospectus dated 1st June, 1916, under which 10 per cent, of the amount' has to be paid paid on app'ication and the balance in four Instalments, payable as follows : 15 per ceut. on August 15,1916: ■10 per ceut on September 15,1916. 25 per cent on October 16,1916. •30 per cent on November 15,1911, Subscribers who take up allot ments on these terms will receive a full sis maatbss' Interest onDfceni bei' 15,1916, Subscriptions may be made under the extended instalment system, ac cording to the prospectus of June 20. 1916, and in this case 10 per cent has to paid on applications, and a further 10 per cent on or abont the 1st of each month from Septem ter 1, 1016, to May 1, 1917. Under this system s...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXXIV. OLD LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

CHAPTEll.XXX'iy.: - .' 'OT.'n^TjKrrF.hs.' ' Aj.-•M'QMENlJ.-bcfore;-a <pity which I hadr-bctm-akin 'to love had been I stirring-.withiut- Sybil's breast. | \ iJut something in the tone in I wiiieh thdse last'two^ords. of his were j uttered sent it flying away. Her hand was withdrawn, herdainty little head upheld, and her voicc^ wh§n she replied, was hard and cold. ' And may 1 ask what fault yon have to lind with him?" she inquired. And it was said about as sarcastically as it could well have been. «». . ' I do not like the man. 1 do not t.rust him,' si id Sir George Crossley. ' I never expected you to exactly Hke him,' replied Miss Sybil with dignity. ' You arc being ungenerous, Sybil, and unjust,' was the quietly given reply. ' 1 grant at once that it would be impossible for me to like the man \vh« married yon, but 1 think you ought to know me well enough to know that 1 would not breathe one word against him unless I had good cause.' There was a short silence. Then Sybil ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

A, Lady Testifies to the Value of ,Dr Sh?ldou'a New Discovery. j Sorafl time ago I had to take to my bed with a very bad attack of inlluenza. I was very feverish and was shivcriDg from head to £jo^, writes Migs^A, Taylor, lielmont-rd, Mosmau's Hay, N.S.W, When, my landlady came to my room, I felt quite unconscious o£ what I was doing; but- she knowing the good qualities o£ Dr Sheldon's New Discov ery, advised me to try it, and immediately procured a bottle for me. After I had tabou the second dose the fever left me, and I was able to 3leep, and next morning 1 was abls to leave my bedss 1 felt quite well. Anc tbci time 1 caught cold through, sleeping in dump sheet?, and a^arn Dr Sheldon's New Discovery stood me in goad stood, and save! me from serious illness. 1 am quite certain th':re is no remedy to equal D: Sheldon's New Ditcovery for Coughs and Colds. Price is 0:1 and 3?, Obtainable everywhere. J. MOORE, R.V.S., Coach i Builder, Premier Horse SUoer, 1 Blacksmith and wheelwright, ...

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CHAPTER XXXIII. A SKATING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

-CHAPTER XXXIII. A Skating Party. As •well as half a dozen soldiers, there were a dozen other men, or more, already there, although the afternoon was still young. And nearly all of them ■were keenly alive to Sybil's bright, attractive geniality, and her pretty . iigure and sparkliny face. She had quite cast aside all suspicion of depression, and was now her own charming, seemingly light-hearted self. And there were many eager offers to put v on her skates, which, with a pretty '• 'Thank you,' were refused. George Crosslev was there, and although he had not said a word to her as yet, he had " held her little hand a second or two longer than was necessary in his, and without even asking permission, had •5, knelt down at her feet and put on her skates, as if to do so was his. right. And it was with George that Sybil presently skated away hand in hand. They were both of. them good skaters, and they glided swiftly down the smooth surface of the lake, round a turn, and onwards out of sigh...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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THE Maldom News PUBLISHED [?] [?] "[?]IDEM SERVE FRIDAY EVENING, JULY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

PUBLISHED : . 'fflDKll tERVu FRIDAY HVEXIXG^ .)rLy ./ The fact that strikes a-e a erous in war time a3 iu tJ ^ peace, furnishes the ccuuenmvv mind with food for Whilst the Empire is fightijf• its very existence and preservation, it is a ^:ck"v thing to find coteries of f\ by firebrand ag.tators, SM their ut.nost to further peV4 or sectional ends to the to'af clusion of national interest callous disregard and utSi^ patriotic actions are va!c4b',^ besmirch Australia's iairli -V;i the eyes oi powerful n^l3, peoples and give rise to tiia ->i gather erroneous impresswaX all within the Empire discontent reigns supreme, Tl"! pot argument of strikers app.^"* to be that; the wealthy classes-'-, exploiting the public in."eve" direction, and growing rich oa?! proceeds of '• legalised theft,"*' on a closer examination iu'!!l*tj found that in most cases strL ft?© traceaolo to an jiii;rdinate sire on the part of a diiCOiuer^i section, to haye their owu wP' evorything to the total ercls's or an...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) ONLY A FLIRT. PART THIRTEEN. CHAPTER XXXII—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

.. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) ONLY XFLIRT. —4 — BY MRS. JOCELYN. Author of "Drawn Blank," "A Regu lar Fraud," "Pamela's Honeymoon." PART THIRTEEN. . ; CHAPTER XXXII.-rr( ConttmifdA ANOTHER pause, thou .Sybil's un r. ^'easyi'urihappy thoughts go on. is;.') < I 'caririofc'think whVlie likes v hcr^. ; ;Hc^ i cannot:; really:.: cave. 'for her; oli;' no'.:- ;>But I .do'1 think _tbnt when he kiiqws T hate -tho very ; sighted? ;hcr,;: and" -he:sees;how...horrid' 8hc is to me, with her nasty, snecr Hng. uncharitable, and sccond-iato re marks, he need not- always be dangling about at her apron strings. o, -he would not do that if he loved me. Lord Delvington would not do that, nor •would George Crossley, uor Jack. No,. none of, them but he.' . ; She leant - forward, rested her: elbows .Qii - her -knees, and 'clenched her fingers, together like a vicc. '2so, he docs not love"'.me. There, is n'o^use. iu myfthinlung that lie secms/to Ado so. lie would seem to love.a wheel barrow. It i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

j In a letter to his brother Collias, of iVJgtldcm), Sapper Joi Collins, of the New Zealand Engineers, wishes to be remeajbsn to his Maldoa frieuds. After bj;s nearly 6 weeks on the water aci» short stay ia Egypt, he had arriw' safely iu France, atid exp°cisd W soon to be in the fightiugliue. The darts ofsly CupiJiurk w.iiciiij* The adorable dimples of Wiaaiic^ Her eyes, like sapphires, blue as the Bare jewels ox 1 astro and ioveiii)^ t;' Winnie's radiaut energy fuiiv* affirm j Beauty and health arc synonymous wr* Changes of v/eathcr her lungs willt'S01:"' She wards them with Woods' Pepi'tf^-' Cure. The marriage of a rather couple has (says a cor^F caused much pleasures^ ia "the Fryerstowa district. ur bridegroom is Mr John Culuier. 3g S2 years, and the briclo. Robinson, also of mature i-Jfi A TRIBUTE FROM Mr. PETER DAWSOtt rSoi:oi:rnp!i recortts d t- f i: * M c. jj.^r «» over the world, has peti « J[(.( c-culloncc of MEAN'S E5S£i\Ct. W* ^ monoy-s.-.vin;: remedy f.»r jje o'.hyr ches...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

5 w«i«5 e5t?(t oi, ll!f TM/ 'litoo.exd«slve of tie VwV (j-ici' ■: ,e Eva iJannen, i s-. -i:d 1,1 , sou Bzts are It IS k<°E5 Se value of Norton's c ;2=|eacommonwealth and $&%» £*>/»>■ l' , c wlber aisfttct engineer \aS severed his fi*e"Uwith llie department, -ear/service. For the 'i-3..1;,. s Mr SstaSebK lias done ^ cK-ipeie"1 oflicet. e rarricit Pabiuett; who died AlSl bpW on Monday, at the '^"r -cars left four daughters, #0f .* s'> grandchildren 100 VicWldreu, and two great ^[.grandchildren, , ]rnr.cr.in? Cough »t Night Is6d To- pr.blio ire reminded that if . J„v c'ocop nod good drapery winter sale at |v' enisine dO'.v on, as fresh Hues oat day by dayiotabso clS&'&aCSi i, unexpected recurrence of .Lii* occurred in Castlemaine, %la Tuesday night It was dis that a Ilftle ted elgnt years f: •;,,,;ed James Todd, sou of Mr ^«!d. the well known foundry - ; ;;:ep;a|aor fire brigade and i pjlou cricketer, had been ae-, ^,1 a victim of the complai...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

.&AjfI,WA.Y MANIFEST' were !»"« *' for-- -may station co-day C'C>')iiS-~Dabb, U re, Goodwin, Barjnghup iCoaob: ' | i'aroels—GrenfoJl, Eowdcn, Petersen, Oswald, Dickson, Mulholland, Cowling London, Calder, Jabber, Whitloclc, Lnkey und Watson. ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney cPains and terrible backache. Clements Ionic Cured This letter was written from Tublml Station, Via. Yoiinji, N.S.W., Auft., 15,11. Mr. Wisetuan, the . writer, strongly recommends all miners to use tlii.v medicine, because it is such a povrertnl uerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-eit'ectsof underground confinement ami had air upon the system. After reading this letter, get Clements Tonic aasl keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Ai * miner lor yeari 1 worked in wet around, »nd now it is telling on me, for 1 suffer with my kidneys and backache and lou of appetite. • "Doctors ia Young told me I had hydatid*, and said *n operation Right be uecessnry. Their medicine did me go good. I rcsolred against it, I was so Died op I could ast walk far, without * tpill. I tried *11 medicines, and pill*, ay lift Las bees a mystry to me, until 1 tried Clements Tonic. The first and second bottles had poor effect, but the third did. I was surpr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

W lis011= O o p.fe Gti oner dtreat, -Ma. Fresh Frnit always in stock. None but beet Conieetionery kept HOT PliSd, Tea anil Cofxee at all hours. Under Kew Management. THE POf CTLAR Kangaroo Hotel Thos. O'GRADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to announce to the public of Miildon nr.d surrounding districts thai he has taken over the above well known and long-eetablished Hotel, and trusts by civility, com bined with cleanliness and strict attention to buaiuess, to uierit a share < f patronage Nothing but the best brands of spirits wines and liquors kept _ in stock, Splendid accommodation and ! meals for travellers and | visitors I Free stabling Phone No.-) I /, A. EDHOUSE Fruiterer and Confectioner, Corner Reef and Tempieton-ats, \ NNOUNCES that ho has a good _f\. Collection of 1?J nit, Confectionery and Summer jjrinks of all kin^3 at wholesale RatfS. Agent for Bsndigo Ice. Agent for JohnBrunaings famous Fruit Trees. Every tree guaranteed true to aame ,, • . . „ He also wishes to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

m Breakfast W. C. Douilui Liverpool St., Sydney 'J'/c THE IDEAL PORRIDGE MEAL Is tha finest food for age and youth. It is so easy to dif,'eat—so agreeable M bo nourishing and sustam i„g, that its use means N health and strength. BREAK fcj FAST D-LIGHT is «sasily and m quickly prepared, and goes p further than any other meal. ;M it is the mgreat bone and i\-\ ynuacle builder, «xHE MEAL THAT MELTS l- "5 *3) IN THE MOUTH." fe?? COI I.liCT THE LKTTFRS contained in VV* / fh« pickets. They mean money to you! Red 7 S V tew (from 2lb. packets) arc worth 2/6 set. / \s > Blue sets (from 4!b. Pickets) arc worth fefc, 5/" set. Colors must not be mixed. 1„ 21b. & 41b. Net Weight Packet* • ALL GROCERS. ty w llilifi! isf Fodder Seeds. Smith's Saeds are sold on honor'' try them Write for quotations f reals, deliverelac youc , nearest Ritlway Station, below lIj'.bauTne i rices ;■.'■'•■•' 1 ■ a i i arl T)wirE Essex 'Rape,"'Hunter River andother}lea'ding varieties of ^ ffmn Millets Turnips,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

SfKCIAL AND IMPORTANT WQT1CB ft. L O N D O JM, WHOLESALE ANI> RETAIL Grocer and. Provision Merchant, Cash Buyers of Dairy Produce X.N THANKING the general publfc for past favors, is now offering special in iucemeuts to Cash Purchasers in Grocery and Provisions, China Crockery an:l Glass ware. Only tne Primest aad Choicest i eleclec pea-fed mild, eugar-cured Bacon and Hates kept Prime sausages, an pork Lard and rich matured Cheese. Factory and Dairy Butter and Fresh Esgs d.U'y " tleart of Maldon Buildings," MAIN STREET, MALDON, Erery line disposed 01 at Moderate Price Satisfaction Guaranteed. Notice—If you "want up-to-Jate paper hanging?, also mixed paints oils, varnish, ven.elian blind cords, ladder tape, why not goto G, PULLAX, High street, Maldon (next Miss Wilson), v/hoao special trade it ii. to dnyi'ly you ab Melbourne pricf.-4— ARE 10U liUir _ . -•» ■ • Awaken to tho Dangei.* and Aid iha Weakened Kidneya. Kidney sickness often mas you down lo the verge of collapse faaforo yo...

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Sporting Notes BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

Snorting Notes BiLLURDS. The committee or the Maldon Athenteum I have made arrangements for a snooker ' tournament, and below will be found the j handicaDs and result of cames played to date. '-The first prize is a billiard cue and case, and second a trophy value 10s' 6a. The competition has been divided into A and B classes, the winner of each to play off for the final, after being re-handi cappel. A DRA.W W. Uren scr beat Cooper 5bhd—46 to 22 Allan scr beat Orren 20bhd—80 to A- Grigg scr v Heron sor Dabb lOblid v Somer 5bhd Bryant 5bhd v Hodgo scr Jubber 20bhd v Calder 5 bhd B Draw G. Rewell 5 on v Oaudrv 15 on Jenkins scr v Forbes scr W. Kewell scr v Woodlock 10 on Nankivell scr v Hatty 10 on Seedsman scr v Lahn scr Trengove 20 on v Penrose 15 on GOLF. To-morrow afternoon will be played the final round for president's trophy and the championshipi Some interest lies in the latter, as House, Martyr and S. Hutton are still in the running, The handicap looks a good thing for House, u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

Aching Back. The bane alike of the housewife and the worting man, In some casJB every move ment of the body is accompanied bvafharp stabbing pain in the small of the bacs.and in others the pain ia dull and continuous. These arc symptoms of kidney disease1 Ar lest its progress by using Dr Shelden's Gin Pillc, which will act in a surprisingly prompt mmnpr. Price Is Gil ami '2a 6d— Obtainable everywhere.

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MEAT,—Per W, Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

MEAT,—Per W, Rowe. Side mutton—7<d lb Full !e='-.9d lb." ' ' ' Full ronr quarter—8d lb. Best resist—lOd lb. Other ro ista-Sd lb. Side lamb »8d per lbt Buinp stoiil.-- " „ ]W .--islb, —«r steak—10d lb« Steak beef- 9d lb ill lump. Uorri beef—8d, 9d and lOd per 1L«, Boiliv '■ beef—3d lb. Sau* c-s—8d lb. Trip-. tfHb. Savel-iy-—Is per dozen. P jrk - 10c! per lb

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