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Maldon Produce Market. (Per Uren Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations— [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

Maldon Piodcrce Market. (Per Uren Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations— Onions—161bs for Is Wlipafc- 5s 6d bushel Chaff—3s 6dcwt Potatoes—2s quarter Bran-Is 3d bushel Lard—Is Id lb Butter—Is ?d to Is lc/dper lb Flour— SOlbs 6s 9d. 251bs 3s 66: Bacon—Is to Is 4d lb Cheose—Is 2d lb Sugar—3s 9d dozen lbs Jam—61b tin 2s, 21h tin 9d Ohedclar cheese—10d tin Eggs-Is 4d per dozen.

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

'District News* :A Welshman's Reef correspon dent writes—A very successful , coiK- rt was held on Monday lsst } in a:,: of the Beigian Relief Fund, i The arrangements were entirely in the haa 's of the children, and Master Ernest Pittas presided in a very able manner, and the accom paniments were played by Mrs Vv, bims, Misses Rewell and 0, Maxfield. vasters C. Merretfcand 0. King acted as doorkeepers, the j takings amounting to 14s 2d. The following interesting programme was rendered • ::ccit-A gentle Recrait-G. King ijupt—Old Koiks at Home—V. Pitts and E. lie well Recit — Misunderstood —T\ Kruss Solo - Little Grey Home in the V/ost — May M'Niece Uecit—E. Purcell Recit—Little Cock Spurrow—Flo King Solo—'Tipperary—Jean Sims Recit—Stanzas from the Little Homes j —V, Pitts ! Duet—It's a long way to starving Bel gium—E. Lock and I. Rewell (encore) Recit—Lonesome Pine—0. King Violin solo — A. ^eers Recit—.J. Pnrcell ' Polo —Old King Cole—Mr Kelly (encoro) Recit—S. King Trio—Russian Nati...

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

Rheumatism. Di' :ldrn's'Magnetic Liniment removes more c»:,lt/o£ rheumatism every year than '.&1.1 the : ;■ - Had rheumatism' medicines com bined, I': v.-itl penetrate to your very hones ; ancl eoc". a id subdue Ihepiic. The first applicr.f joi wlli relieve ami continued use : will bri;■ • nhr.ufc' marvellous remits. PHm? ls-C'l di' 3s, Obtainable everywhere nOUf-i' )--Whip, in High Street - Owner I c;i' .;i.tvo same bv paving for advt. POE >SA LE—Bicycle, in good order— ci.eup Apply A. A, Edhouse, IKf 'r iD to RENT or LEASE * V Fa nil of 200 acres or Block of La'id, -)i;i 75 never. Sciid particulars or ;.p;.\y to "New.-,'' Ufilcw Maldon. W - •. ::d OFFERS for 1 l-5th acres <; ("nd, and fence, or fence only— situaf: h ' iburch-stroet, North Maldon. Apply _ Peeler, Barker street, Cas ttsmir' '

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Y. [?] A. APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

; A., APPHAL A meeting^-of ■ the committee of the abo;ve was;held >st night, when i:iA?i arvn>£.Ji"':u-ts .lor-the meeting tC; bq .Saturday night were made. - 'I/ ^lie programme will be on the foUosing . -liues—Introductory re marks by. tHe chairman fRev W- R. Jones), 4 or'5 musical items b" local artist;:', address by Mr \V, J. .Richards oii ibe aims and objects or the Y.^i.C. A, work amongst our SGldic-rj aiid p.u appeal for coutribiv lions to its funds, 3 or 4 more musical ite^s Rud-anuouucement of amount ..collected'. As tbe'o'-jsct of the meeting is to collect a fair sum of mouey, the ha 1 vvi-'l be Cu" •, ^,;ed by 12 getiilcmen, who will, t°ke cash or promises. For the cop veoienoe of those who cannot at,aud the meeting, contri butions may be left with Mr Somer, Mr Apperly (Bank of Victoria) or Mr J. Y, Allnu, chemist.

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

5 Preliminary Announcement. 5 f OOK OUT for the american | i-J tea on Saturday, August Particulars advertised later. • I ETOR SALE-Blnck Ornington Coekcrels I fi? (bred from parents of J3eudigo pen I ItH-i-lf), mated with" cockerel bred from S Burnley winners 1915-10) ; White Leg f horn Cockerels (bred from son 1912-13 | second dinners, and son of 285 lien)— ! Also limited number of setting? from fuii sister 1916 world's record pen Bendigo • Apply A. Forbes, Harker-si, Maldon | - } For Printing of ail descriptions S the work and prices altae "-News1' ■ Office cannot be beaten—fry ft.

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

Mining: Notes Mr J. W. Pennington MX.A,, introduced a deputation from the Newbridge Gold Mining .Company to the Minister of Mines on Wed nesday to ask for a grant of ,£5000 towards the development of the mine. The company hf^i exhausted its capital and required £5000 to drive 400ft to reach the wash, The Minister said he would consult with the officers of the Mines Depart ment and also a special report on the mine, but the Tieasurer must also be consulted and money was scarce. He would communi cate with th? company at early date. During the week the following crushings have been cleaned up at the Government battery : —T, Jones (Union Hill) 10 tons for^oz 12grs; Gordon & Purcell (from Sandy Creek find) 10 tons for ISoz Tdwts ; Jenkins ard Cook (Spring-street) 5 tons for 2ozs 5dwf. M'Cutcheon, Stacey, Johnson are breaking crush dirt in the Darling ! shaft, on the Derby lease, at the ; 145ft level, estimated to be worth | 7dwts per ton. J Grigg & party in the New Chum j...

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

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Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Hospital List of Donations: 1915-11 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 14 July 1916

Maldon Hospital# List of Donations : 1915-11 • Allen Bros. £1 Is, A.N,A. £1 Is, J, Y. Allan 5s, Mrs Aitken 5s, | Mrs F. Austin, Anonymous 2s 6d, Mrs J, Austin, Ed. Alien and J. Anuand 2s each, Bank of New South Wales £2 is, Bank of Victoria -£2 2s, T. B. Brooks, H, Baxter eud Hodson Bros and British Australian Tobacco Co. £l 1s eacb; Mrs •!». Bowe £1 ; T. Butler, J. Bowen and B. Bryant lOs 6d each ; W. Ben stead 10s, B. Bohn (is, H. Bryson 5s, Jas, Brown 5s, W. Bowen; A. Bowe, W. Bell, W. Bailey, J nell. A Baxter, J. Benton, R." Benstead, A, Blackmore, A. Buckland, J. Brysou, H. Buckland, R, Brown, A, Baurn gartner, F. Baker, H. Baldock, S. Butler, H- Bowman, F, Bunn, P. Byrne, G. Batty and J, Beynon 2s 6deach,-J. Berrymdu 4s od, rl, Baxter, C- Brown, T. Blackmore. J. Blenheim, Mrs T. Boreham, Mrs | Hobn, E. Beddoe and I<> Batty 2s each, Mrs S. Beyuon Is. ! "Castlemaine District Footoall ■ Association £1 is. Oalder Co 10s 6d, ; J, Couchman 10s, Jos Cook juo., Jos. Cook...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Teutonic Revenge. THE DESTRUCTION OF PRICELESS SPECIMENS OF THE ART OF THE ARCHITECT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

Teutonic Revenge. THE DESTRUCTION OF PRICE LESS SPECIMENS OF THE ART OF THE ARCHITECT. One lasting record as a memorial of Teutonic methods and a constant | reminder of the savage assault that j the Germans has deliberately and j systematically made on civilisation i is indelibly written on the ruins of : the noble cathedrals and public buil- j dings, at Rheims, Louvain, Arras, j Amiens, Ypres and many other places ; in Belgium and in Finance where ut- j terly wanton and unnecessary des- ; truction has been so recklcssly | wrought. That Germany will in time | to come seriously regret this lasting J record of her barbarism there can be j no doubt. | That the destruction of these price- j less specimens of the art of the archi- j tect, the sculptor and the builder , was intentional and a demonstration of resentment and revenge is shown ' by the conditions existing in practi- i gaily every instance. In Rheims the j city as a whole suffered comparative ly little damage, according to the...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COULDN'T LIE ON IT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

COULDN'T LIJ3 ON IT. The Ecapegrace son of an affluent | tradesman came to the end of his re ' sources recently, and sent homo a | piteous appeal for funds, adding that if help were not forthcoming ho and j I his wife would be driven to the work- j house. j The reply was crushing. It came in j the shape of a laconic telegram :r~ j "As you have made your bed, ko you must lie on it." But the quick-witted scapegrace was equal to the occasion. Without a moment's delay he wired back :— "Haven't got a bed. Bailiffs took it yesterday." A substantial cheque followed in due course. "How much does that stylish doc tor of yours charge ?" "Two guineas a visit." "Gee ! How often has he called at your house this month ?" "Twenty times." "Gosh ! You owe him forty-two pounds, then." "No ; only two guineas. He's made the other nineteen calls trying to collect it." One ounce of gold might be drawn into a wire fifty miles long. Tobacco smoke is a preventive of malaria.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROTECTIVE COATING FOR SMALL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

PROTECTIVE COATING FOE . SMALL ARTICLES. Small -articles of metal may bo conveniently protected againet cor rosion us follows : The apparatus necessary may be improvised from two-''tin cans, one larger than the ( other. The larger can is partially filled with a mixture of one part of a cheap varnish and two or three parts of wood alcohol. The articles to be treated are put into the smal ler can, which has a number of holes' punched - in it to convert it into a.j dipping basket. Lowering the small' can into the varnish mixture, and j agitating it up and down a few j times, will thoroughly coat the arti cles, . when the small can is with- | drawn and allowed to drain for a | few minutes to get rid of most of the superfluous liquid, and the pieces j are thrown out on to a tray of wire j mesh to complete the draining and to dry. They will be ready to pack in a few minutes. Armlets spoil if sent to the laun-i dry. A little soap and water applied with a nail-brush to the affected piece, o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLOURED BANK-NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

COLOUREDv'BANK-NOTE'S.' " The Bank of. England is the only bank which always; issues plainly-' printed white ,;paper ■ bank-notes, whatever their value. Other coun tries use., printed notes in colours^ Tho Russian, notes are printed in all the colours of the rainbow. For the ono-GoIour Russian notes, blue, yel low, or: bright purple inks are most favoured.. The 100-fr.anc note . of France is printed in four colours blue, pink, black, and yellow. Qer ^man notes . are mottled, while those C>f"|.ustrian banks are extremely vivid _r.u "colour ' and are printed < in two languages, Slav on one side and Ger man onv:the ■ other. A Swedish five crown note >is a little yellow thing, while that for .800 crowns resembles a. big blue poster, for Swedish notes vary in size according to their value. Bver-yone haa heard of the American "greenbacks," 60 called from the green ink from which they are print ed. -

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER FINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

WATER FINDERS. The Queensland Land Department employs' two officers, officially desig nated ; "water-finder3." One works i with .the automatic finder and ~the i other with the old-fashioned twig, one checking the other. A remark able demand for thoir services has i set in. In fact, it is impossible to : meet all the requests in a given time, i A report was recently submitted to | the - Lands Department 011 the result I of their operations in the Shire of 1 Murgori, where they conjointly select ed a number of sites, for wells. Seven cases were quoted. In one, j water to ''the amount of 600 gallons per hour was struck, the pump being I unable to reduce ' the flow. - In 'an other, 350 gallons, and in a third-150 gallon?, were obtained ; while in two ; other' cases/ good",supplies were ob tained .without any yestimate of the quantity given. One farmer went 20 feet and obtained a • small supply. Another struck salt -water. The far-, mere had to Bink from 75 feet to 280 feet to get the .b...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEDICATED TO AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. Written by Trooper A. S. M[?] [?]n Australian General Hospital[?] Abbass[?], Cairo. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

DEDICATED &) .Vjq.,,." " s03,DIBR3^RAI Aiy i WriUea by Trooper a, S. In Aa&traliaa Oett^il IwM Abbassitt, Cairo, '' \\ maae tnem <_ the niggers) notorioe.' It the ways of Brettkrte^ w^" Chinee were peculiar, those ot iuv;c ui tU;?J fellows are more so. At eve:y railway station natives uioura is your pafroaage and a -packet :i Capstan cigarettes costs l • pastas, equalling 3|d. KM hoji paiis's costs Is Ofid, oc slightly o\er Yt) i pet cent more than you pay. Oa j of the hardest knocks awa'fs man who visits the cautecu fo: • bottle of beer, which costs 6 pia-tos (Is 3d) and 6 small rcritiug- tsKtt (3d in Victoria) costs T'j.j. aiidift is hard after the gratituous distribu tion ooe was accustomed to re«w on the boat. At Cairo vott sri jostled for custom by neatly e«ty nationality uuder the sun. Ttv only man I don't see competing hi the privilege of emptying our poc kets is a fellow Australian, who !> hilariously bawling *' Bova of Dardenelles," as he ' weu...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. RICE BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. ■ * i RICE BREAD. It is found that an excellent bread can be made by incorporating about ! one-fifth rice flour, according to ex perimente made in France, and such j bread according to Prof. Maurel, stands a good comparison. Sinco France imports large quantities of | .wheat, there might be involved an | economic question of much interest. On the other hand M. Mestirer is oc cupied with preparing actual samples,> and he had loaves with 18 per cent, of rice baked to the ovens of a public institution. On examination, the bread proved of good taste and gen eral qualities.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

jjn£ioAVING COUCH $U9,Pl0i**i£: toteihr«!' BMBft&mligg oilile for All chest l-\s^'d'cauM& A 'pijit of prVlinRCV 'TC"lIl '; ' jea.t i2». instate*® ivoulri cwt ■■■<■ ■ 2 MEAN'S ESSENCE c^'£e„:i,t, M ini^tuVt-i® WouW £<*'- ;-' j 2»., ^ W^#Sf Castlf.re«fb - -

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London's Opium Dens. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

London's Opium Dens. by a man who has investi gated them. Opium ! The word conjures up | visions of the East and o 0 t traordinary dreams that the disciples : of the drug are said to enjoy. i It is in the East (of London) and . the West (End), too, that the vice o opium-smoking is rampant to- ay, and has become so serious a menace, . especially to weak-minded, neurotic, and hysterical women, that j steps are being taken to root ou o > evil. . The widespread nature of the desire , for this terrible narcotic is found in the fact that from the Antipodes , I comes the request of the Common- j i wealth Government of Australia to , | the police authorities in the home I country to endeavour to prevent the . ! smuggling of opium into theii land, j j It is asserted that large quantities . | of the drug have reached Australian ! j ports, bundles of it being hidden by ; j coolies in the coal. j i Members of well-known West-end j clubs, and particularly those of a ; Bohemian character, have...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Y. M. C. A., APPEAL SUCCESSFUL METTING. Amount Promised to Date £35 19s 10d. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

I Vc-A" ***" -cGCESSFl.'r< MEETING . h\.tpro'JiS"toDa{e^55 Ar,:o««t)r°o, lOd. , ir, the enthusiasm of a few* ] lie meeting held is VfilTJncc Hall oa Saturday T(. „.«»^ose of raising: '''' ' piirp' - (0"a«lst the y.M.O,A., rll' .{-.cccssfoHy, although -o .-a for more to have '^cn;, especially men, .;""rr.;;r from those who S „£«•' indeed be gratifying, '!o be hoped that those who j i an appearance at the ' not fail to send along |}-ei I $20! put 10 an appearance at the /jceling ws'i not fail to send along1 jtefrcoocributlou towards this most ^erring object before the end of 'tbi mk, so that the amount raised ! riUhs worthy of the town of Mai- I etc. j The Rev: W. R< Jones presided, jts after the singing of the National /.nlfism he explained the cbject of j ietceelfag. He pointed out that! -is prespecis of the Allies were as ' A ; cri to-day as ever, and lis just how about prepared England for Thousands of ibeir splendid &ere at present engaged ia &am...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

INTERESTS*!© ITEMS. ] a I The Ixworth Sparrow Club, in Suf folk, in twelve months has destroyed 14,669 sparrows at a cost of £19/8/. Parisian barbers are legally com pelled to wash their hands after at tending a customer and before wait ing on another. A typewriter is being introduced into India which will write the 360 characters and_ signs of the Bengali alphabet. In time of peace Switzerland is the I country best supplied with hospitals, having nearly 18,£00 beds, or about six to every 1,000 of the population. In order to make gunners tho beet in the world, the Admiralty has even gone so far ns to use one of our battleships as a target. This was the "Empress of India," which ori ginally cost £900,000, and wag sent to the bottom in 1913. .. i ■ 'A ; fire, which occurred recently at Stevens Point, Wisconsin, U.S.A., wa6 put out by 300 men, women, and children throwing snowballs against the roofs and walls of a house and barn. The alarm brought the congre gation from a neighbouring ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 18 July 1916

Mining Notes South German Co—1600ft level has been extended north a further distance of 29ft, total 1112ft; new make of stone just :ome in, 8 inches wide, rest of lode channel mixture of quartz and slate : 1750tt level intermediate level north off top of rise—stoping- is being continued above and below level, all stone broken going to battery ; stone above the level continues to show fair prospects ; breaking sufficient dirt to keep ba'tery going with two shifts. The total returns from last crushing of 260 tons are—Battery 51ozs lOdwts, tailings 3Sozs ISdwts, pyrites 15ozs, total 105ozs 8dwts, giving an extraction of Sdwts pei ton. Cleaned up 330 tons tailings by cyanide for 54ozs Sdwts, total 159ozs I6dwts.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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