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Risks Run by Cinema Operators. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Risks Run by C S n e m a Operators. One of the most , perilous tasks of the. wjir is the work of the war-y cinema operator, particularly when he'is engaged* on reconnoitring work. At first these .operators were only used as an experiment, but they have since proved of great practical value. The moving-picture man who. volun teers for this work'accomplishes one of the most difficult and daring tasks possible to imagine. He must be a master of his profession, have "nerves of steel, and be willing to t^ke great risks. More often, than not he is obliged to fly at ^ a low altitude, otherwise -his "■ pictures would be valueless. . -Many men who have gone out on these perilour expeditions, have never returned. As a precaution against the films falling into the hands of the" enemy, the operators are provided with a special apparatus which, should they be compelled to descend in the enemy'splines, enable them in stantly to destroy their records. • " These war films show the experi enced obse...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maldon Hems PUBLISHED TWIC[?]-A-WEEK "FIDEM SERV[?] TUESDAY EVENING, JULY [?] Brunswick Technical School [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

punLisaed rwrrc '1 tt/j,.. 6EHV( TUESDAY ZVExixq^ j[-j ^ Brunswick Technical School nr*.^* -n." _ THE official opening of the gr:„. wick Technical School h-'"^ Minister ot Education (Mr put the hallmark ot official ar^'1 upou thin forward movstQ^' educational Impetus ia tbls aUt;:" The suotto of the school is '^3 ci*ncy.\ gvepyoae h<Qf> this ^;0td conveys ; but at tbsc? time it is difficult to espte:-?' meaning la a few short crisp1.* tences. Efficiency is at any thoroughness, a complete co oti?-^ tlon of all the mental faculty l> physical attributes working the direction o£ successful productive not only ot somabio/j a utility value, but also t^j expression o£ artUuc tndsiT", Labor becomes wearisome ^ there is love lor the ' abot in \-§ Work' becomes drudgery li ^ mete pecnniary results are •The glorious i\ames ia art and li^ ature and mechanical en'srpt^ have the ba'o of romance Sup;--., like the great Michael Angela cuj! their work their religion. Ko.v-, was too ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MERRY CONVICT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

THE MERRY CONVICT, j Lord Haddelsey—Haddelsey Hall is : not/half a mile from the rectory— ; brought him to call. The rector was out, and Viola and I were having tea together—rather an awkward tea, a tea of long silences. She had refused me—gently, kindly enough ; eo I still hoped. I hoped till Walter Barnet had been in the room an hour. Haddelsey—he is interested in pri son reform, and I am a prison doc tor—buttonholed me. Barnet, the stranger, and Viola talked on the other side of the tea-table. There were no long silenccs, no avekward nesses ; he was obviously interested and attracted, and she was recover ing her usual spirits. We'd been sitting in the gloom, bnt even before the. lamps were brought in I thought. Barnet and I had met before. With the. lamp came certainty. .N ■. ■ Haddelsey, following my eyes, sud denly said "He's a- dear fellow, young Barnet, Dr.NBland. I met him first at the Prison Reform Committee. He's im mensely /'wealthy—just home _ from ifmericaj" South Ameri...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Messrs Somer & .Djb!,.s5 that owing to tie illnesj ■ . h. Hibbert, the auciiM .. coadacted oa bis behalif "aj 3rd has been postponed date. The weekly war_ service will be held m ■* f.;. Church (Fountaiu-stred-^' Ing at 7,30, and tbe ad'1'V{ -• delivered by the Kcv, J Woods Gieai Fcy-wulr.!.. <"or Coughs azJ m.:'*■'• 3iiss .!?. r;.': on 'he teaching siiS w State School lot sows t.s3.< been transferred to E&rt:X' For Chronic Cbcsr ('ojiiptoi"1" , Woods Great Pe/)i>t'rmitit lu.-m Recently Messrs Ttelom %| Barlaghup, and £• ^3fi^/7 Mafdon, have been . scc-.5-'* f ac-ive service. Aching Tup bane a/iio of to ',rC?'!!; workiug mm, In ioineiM---3.1]"; meat of the body isaa'ompVV, • stabbing pain in the'snn"^ in others the pain is <to!J ^ j These are symptoms of W:'ci test its progress using/' Pillf, which TviiJ act >a,j prompt manner. Price 1-",J Obtainable erevywiieW<

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

St.Brigid's New School Hall, OOK OUT.for 3rd of series of Social I on Tuesday, August 8th. FOR SALE—Young Dairy Cow, third calf just coming in, highly recom mended. Apply Somer St Dabb, Maldon Maid on Baptist Sunday School. ENTERTAINMENT LL be giyen on Wednesday, July 26th, in aid oi Prize Fund, com mencing at 8 o'clock. Good Programme by Scholars and Friends. Chairman—Bev J. H. Pryce. Admission—Silver Coin. W. WOOD, Superintendent. Congregational Church, IN connection with the above an Aus tralian Fair will be held on Saturday, September 2nd. Particulars later. English Baptist Sunday School Anniversary on Sunday, si.pt 24 —Annual Entertainment on Wed nesday, September '27th 17*011 SALE-Black Oroington Cockerels L (.bred from parents of Bendigo pen 1914-15, mated with cockerel bred from Burnley winners 191 ">-16); White Leg horn Cockerels (bred from son 1912-13 second winners, and son of 285 hen)— Also limited number of settings from full sister 101G world's record pen Bendigo Ap...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Miss Wilson, ! Fruiterer, Confectioner High Street, Maldon Frefh FrnH always in stock. None, bat beet Confectionery kept HOI' PI&S, Tea and Coffee a* all hoars. Tinder New Management* THE POfULAR' Kangaroo Hotel Tlios. 0'Gr.R.ADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to announce to the public of Maidon aad surrounding districts thai he has taken over the above well khowu and long-astabliBhed Hotel, and truBts by civility, com blued with cleanliness and strict attention to buainess, to merit a share c f patronage: Nothing but the best brands of spirits • wines and liquors kept in stock, Splendid ..accommodation and., meals for . travellers and^ ; visitors Free Stabling PhouoNo. 5 A. EDHOUSE Fruiterer and Confectioner, Corner Reef and Templeton-sts, A NNOUNCES that he has a good uA. Collection of-' - Fniit, Confectionery and Summer Drinks of all kinds at wholesale ^•Rates. Agent for Bendigo Ice. Agent for JohnBrunaings famous Fruit Trees. Every tree guaranteed true to name ' " ' , , : He...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Breakfast the ideal PORRIDGE MEAL I* th* fin»«t food for age and youth. It U »o ea«y to #o agreaable so nourishing *nd ing, thai it* u*e means health and strength.. BREAK FAST D-LIGHT is easily and quickly prepared, and goe* further than any other meal. It is the great bone and muitclo builder. "THE MEAL THAT MELTS IN THE MOUTH." COLLECT THE LKTTKRS contain the packets. They mean money to you! i-u (from 2lb. packets) are north 2/6 Blue sets (from .(!b. pickets) «t ' 5/- set. Colon must not be roiled In 2ih. Si 4lb. Not W»icKt PaekeN ALL G'ilOO HKS. Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on lionor TRY THEM Write for qa-itfct'oci fojeeds. delirere:! ac your nearest- Railway Station, below lleitauie irices ' < ; Best Imported Dwarf Essex H'JBaoe,Hunter River "jind other leading paricties of Jjtftrat, Sorghums, Millets, Turnips, tfie wonderful new fodder Plant Silver Baet, Bn-1 Smith's famocsstrains ol Field Carrot and Champion Mangel.'' . State approximately aawtiiiesTcqnired....

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

A REMARKABLE CURE J What Clements Tonic c»n do in restoring the nerve* to healthy power | and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which is worth reading. "55 No. 6 Post Office Place, South Melb., 2/7/i 1. Jj CLEMENTS TONIG LTD., | ® " Your tonic is one of the quickest :$ nerve and brain curcs known. I tried $ all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got iijj no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to . | me, or the noise of the town traffic. i$ I lost appetite and weight. I wis that % weak at times a child could push vnt & over. I had .to giy<j \jp work, I lay f hour afift hou> awake, now I C?lI> .1 2? ^ and almost sleep at once. i\ly case was one of the worst I eter *£ heard of. I thought I would never Vr get well. I can hardly believe the ;i| relief I have got from Clementi Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make me strong. before this ! was going twice ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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SOUTH GERMAN CO. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

SOUTH GERMAN CO. J _ i The half-yearly meeting or share holders in the above cotBpany will be beld on Saturday next, and she reports and balance sheet just issued show that the company crushed 1455 tons for -iOSozs 16dwts# treated by cyanide 3070 tons for 443ozs 5dwts and pyrites and slag sold for £760 17s 5d ; the tributers crushed 27-1- tons for 49ozs 16^dwts and 1 cyaoided 250 tons for 21ozs 13dwts 6grs, making a total of 5049 toes treated for 923ozs lOdwts 18grs to the value of £4272 12s, The work during the half-year has been chieflv confined to above the 1750ft and at 1000ft le^el, The ore won has been obtained sfcop» ing over the back below the intermediate &b.Ove 3.750ft level and by advancing the intermediate level north. Tills work, besides being O? a payable nature, has proved the existence of a chute of gold 137ft in length, which continues, as the values in 1 he end are very satisfac tory; Thd promoting work, jgprth at 1600ft is being carried out to intersect th...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

EUNERAU NOTICE®. r|i£IE Friends of the late Mr john J- j. cousins are respectively invited to follow his remains to the place of in terment, the Maldon Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late resi dence, Parkin's Reef Road, Maldon, on Wednesday, Julv 25th, at 3 p.m. j. j. Kinross, Undertaker,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT " Horrocks was a past-master in the habit of carelessness. He dropr^ things around in any old place, afterwards never remembered ivhe"^ that place was. - One night he ro.'-* from bed to get some medicine, swallowed hiB collar-stud in roistai<! for a cough-drop., "Mary," paid he to his if iff W'1CD the awfal truth dawned. upon bini. "X have swallowed my collar-stud. "That's all right," responded 'i:,e wife in a tone of evident satisfaction. "There's nothing to worry about-' "Nothing to worry about ?" return ed father. "Do you " "That's what I said," interrupt little wifey. "For once in your li/o you know where you've put it-" - It was "somewhere in the Sea.'" Bill had been sent aloft j'""* after darkness set in, and was t*3' to report if any lights could he we'h Somehow, the officer who frave ' c order to Bill clean for got the pati^' "tar," and so Bill remained alo" for some hours. The officer, Ktiddw r remembering giving the order to t » shivering ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

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Publication Title: Maldon News
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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Miaiaff Not s i . - | New Day Dawn Co —Cyanide plai' L delivered at battery site, South German Co.—Ha^e exten ded the 1600ft level to 1126ft, the present face showing more stone and values 3dwts. Sloping is in progress above and below the 1750ft leve ,. north off the rise, on stone from 4 to 8ft wide, and worth 8dwts to too, At the Government battery Grigg & parly (New Cham) have just completed crushing 40 tons and wiL clean up this afternoon, The recent crushing of Gordon and Parcel!, of 10 tons, from their claim at- Sands- Creek find gave an avesage return of 2i,ozs per tons, J. Annand (Otago line of reef), is now crushing about 10 tons.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

GOOD FOR EARACHE, TOOTH ACHE and CRAMPS. Besides being such a wonderful remedy for CoiifchB, colds end c&tarrh, HEAN'5 ES^EMQp, when used full strength, it one of the duick<*tt rolief S'Vejfi known (q\- gjrficke, todljifliho, djtirrhoen and (>toin«c!x er^ifitc. If >« now tjm custom pf* thousands of people So buy two hotijes i>f HEAN'S ES§£SVCE, of which tkoy tftgjce up tnto ft pint of co^uftf) mixture, i fcrid the otjict-thcy icenp an hand in its pure stated ready for use a* cgc~*~c>: i:-.;sy Th<? ; beauty <jf HpAN"S ESSENCE is that it ^oe* | ftot qonUijii Mi' of t)to fcanc-fu] opium drufi do I frequently used in coUgh rpixtui-cs apd for re f liopinsr pains. Most chemists und r.torcl icJl f MEAN'S ESSENCE. The price i. 2«.. or. 2f J yojled, 2t. 2d. It ia inade by G. W. HEANa ) Choriiwt, 178 C»»tl«rei>Bb St., Sydney. G-16

Publication Title: Maldon News
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RAILWAY MANIFEST, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

HAJJ WAY MANIFEST, Goods and parcels were lying at the local railway station co-day for:— Goods—Dabb, liows, Skinner, Oswald, Parcels—Bryant, Carney, f?rown, Mac kie, Brown, Daviea, Dabb, M'Knigbti Warren, Williams & Rewell, Roberts, Haealer.

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Sporting Notes BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Sttortmg Not^s BILLIARDS. The committee oi the Maldoa Atheneeum have made arrangements for a snooker tournament, and below will be found the handicaps and result of ^nrves played to i date. 3 he first prize is a billiard cue and I case, and second a trophy value 10a 6d. i The competition has been divided into A and B classes, the winner of each to play off for the final, after being re-handi capped. A Draw W. Ureri scr beat Cooper 5bhd—4fi to 22 Allan acr beat Orrea 26bhd—80 to 25 A. Grigg sor boat Heron acr—73 to 1(> Dabb lObhd beat Somer 5bhd—47 to 84 Bryant 5bhd beat Hodge scr—58 to 28 Calder 5 bhd beat Jubber 20bhd—60 to 41 Second Draw. Uren beat Grigg—46 to 17 Allen beat Dabb-56 to 25 Bryant beat Calder—49 to 47 Third Draw. Allan t Bryant Uren a bye B DiUW G. Btwtll 5 on beat Caudry IB on-54 to 48 Penrose 15 on beat Trengore 20—82 to 30 ; Lahn scr bent Seedsman »cr—40 to 20 I Forbes acr beat Jenkins scr—59 to 44 W. Rewell acr beat Woodlook 10—47 to 82 | Nanlcivell scr beat B...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

death. „ nnthe 2-ltli July.. 1916, at bis v)CSI^'2mfe Parkin's Reef Road, latc fames' beloved husband of John 3ar~t-w* and loving father Chrifff ^mos a, William, '^•V'Huold.Ceplius. Beatrice and "f aieil 6C years,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Reading Character from Eyebrows. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Reading Character from Eyebrows. There are many recognised ways of reading character, but it would be exceedingly difficult to find a better index to another's personality than that afforded by the size and shape of their eyebrows. —' The most usual kind of eyebrows, perhaps, are the narrow, slightly arched ones associated with beauty and the qualities of symapthy and aflection. If very long, they are in dicative of an abnormal love of ad miration. Elevated eyebrows show a trans parent, childish nature, and incapa city fo'r the deep thought enjoyed by persons with the low and often "knitted" brows. The eyebrows of which one should always beware—should' regard, in fact as a danger sign—are those that make oblique lines in the forehead, jutting down low into the bridge of the nose. These are called the "Meph istophelian eyebrows" and are abso lutely eloquent of lying and subter fuge. Eyebrows which rise to a point in the centre are the artist's eyebrows, and their peculiarity is terme...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Y. M. C. A., APPEAL SUBSCRIPTION LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Y. >?. C, A., APPEAL . +> ScnsciumoK List. Aiut previously acknowledged £67 13 4 T, Bell, W. Adams 23s each ... 2 % 0 Mre P; Aladdooka.Miases Farley (3) 20s each ... 4 0 0 Mrs F. 0. White, liay stables 10s each . ... 10 0 W. Uonatoad,. Miss White, Kfitss E. Farley, Misses Cole man and C, Klliott 5s each 15 6 Gash ... ... 0 3 6 F. Bunn ... ... 0 3 0 F. West, Hup Webster and J. A; Blackmore 2s 6d each .. 0 7 6 Mrs Medlin, F. Ilodda, J", A. D'Orsa, IS. Lloyd, fid. Web ster. II. Laity, W. .Richardson and D.K, 2s each ... 0 1G 0 Hani Up, and M.R., la each 0 2 0 Total to date ... £77 12 4

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why a Woman Can Outtalk a Man. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

Why a Woman Can Out talk a Man. . -:j ' ♦—:— A woman can "talk longer than a man, and does-so, because she uses up less forco- by. a considerable per centage than the man does. A professor o£ scienfie has proved by actual and very delicatc measure ments that the baritone singer uses far more energy than the tenor, and that the bass singer uses more force than either. The range of voices dif fer greatly, so the percentage varies to the same extent, but as a geueral result it was proved that the tenor uses only from one-seventh to one sixteenth of the lung power of the baritone or bass. The difference be tween the force used by the contralto and the' Boprano is quite marked, and the contralto who sings in very deep tones uses at least ten times the force of the thrilling soprano. The explanation is so Bimple that it is surprising that the investigation was not made long ago. It has long been known that the tenor or-sopra no brings the vocal cords close to gether and keeps the edges on...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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