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MALDON GOLD RETURNS. [Compiled by Mr R. L Nanki[?]ell Mining Registrar.] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

MA^DON GOI.D RETURNS. | [Compiled by Mr JR.. L Naukiyelf I Mining Registrar.] ! Estimated Yield oi'Golc! for Quarter.: From Alluviums not accoun- oz_s; dwt ted for in returns ' ... 75 11 From Quartz reefs according. . ■ j ' ' to actual returns ...126S.- -1/1 From Quartz reefs not ac- _ ^ counted for in returns .750'. • Total 2091- 3 The estimated yield ^f : gold for the quarter ending 30th June, 1916 is 2091ozs, showing a .■'decrease;.on that of the previous .quarter of 1216ozs, whilst ihe tabulated yield shows a decrease of 182ozs, • The decrease is due to lesser, yield's from the Oswald mine. I Oswald's mine shows a decrease of 16-lozs of gold obtained en that of last quarter. During the past 3 months from 4 to 6 rock drills have been .prospecting from 300 to 1000 i feet levels with small success. How* j cer, recently, payable stone has been struck at the 1000ft le^el 10ft in length. It la practically new ground overhead and tinder the le^el, and look9 very promising. Driving Is a...

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

DELICATELY ANSWERED. •A young man became very much enamoured of a beautiful girl, and, meeting her at a New York rccoption ! he determined to know his fate. I "Miss Smith," said he, leading the beautiful girl amidst the glad palms j and seating her on a Boft sofa, 'there is something that I must tell you, something that I "All right, Mr. Jones," interpose the pretty one, "only you must hur ry. I don't- want -to miss the next .waltz." "It is a question that lies next to my heart, - Miss Smith," continued the;young lover."Gould you—do you think you could marry a man liko me?" "Why; yes," was, the calm rejoinder of.Miss Smith ; "that is, if he wasn't too much,like you." ;

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

WISE AND OTHERWISE :—t- _ 'He -was tha slowest hoy oa and had been sacked at three p\au< in two weeks, so his parents had prenticed him to a naturalist. ^ even he found him slow. It took h1 two hours to give the canaries their seed, three to stick a pin through [ dead butterfly, and four to Pjct , convolvulus. The only point ahcnt him was that he was wiliing. what," he asked, having spent whole afternoon changing: the gold fishes' water, "shall I do now, sjtr. I The naturalist ran his fin?er5 ' through his locks. "Well, Robert," 1 he replied at length, "1 think you might now take the tortoise out for a run." "I hope you don't associate with that man I saw you speak to jn ihj street just now ?" "Associate with him ! What d0 ! you take me for ? That man, sir, n ' one of the most rascally, corrupt, ' sneaking, under-handed, low-down, ' villainous, and depraved scoundrels that ever kept out of jail !" "I know it. But why arc you on speaking terms with him at. all?" "Why, I'm—...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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WON THE FLORIN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

WON. THE FLORIN. [ At a certain, big school a few small boys played a.- joke on their form master by painting the handrail of the staircase with tar. The next morning the master ask ed the boys if they knew anything about it. After a while, there being no res ponse, he took a florin from his poc ket, saving "I will give this piece of silver to the boy telling me who had n bami in it." No one answered, and then a littl* fellow, caught by the bribe, said "Please sir, I can tell." "Well, Willie, who was it?" "Arid you won't cane me if 1 tell? "No, I won't whip you." "Please, sir, you had a in it."

Publication Title: Maldon News
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DREAMS DISPELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 25 July 1916

DREAMS DISPELLED. Into -'the'room of a country new paper editor came a bluff old farmer with his youngest son. "I've come for a little information, sir," he said, hopefully. . "I .shall be delighted to do what I can for you," was the polite reply. "Well, this son of mine wants to go into the literary business, and 1 thought you would.be able to tell us if there was any money in it. It's a good line, isn't it ?" - "Y-c-es," replied the editor, hesi tatingly. "I've been at it myself for a good many years, and " : The farmer thereupon looked round at the shabby office, and then at th» shabbier editor. "Come -on, Willie/' ho ordered. "Back to your ploughing, my lad."

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

it the fortnightly meeting of the ,0 a last night it was reported \ f. there were 14 members on the it fond a accounts amounting P316s Sd were passed for pay Tbe appointment of a mem f!.Drj the committee in place of fjI'Donell (who has since been '.'v j for active service owing to defects) was deferred till ^ feting. The 5th round of j rifrl-^hre touruaoieni was played, '!; 5.7s aow reached an interesting '.--veral members having a See of winning ; the final games 1 Jill be played next meeting. About 300 soldiers are departing iijia the Casiiemaine Camp tbls ■ rtt and they were accorded ,pabjic send-oft last night, Af.er being 10 days or more In loold shaft IS sheep were found illveat Heathco'e. ,fc Jane Vaii, of Kyneton, died fjc't week at (lie age of 100 years: - A! the Jfeiboarue City Court yweek Alfred T. Barber, was Jjjln brought up on a charge of imposition, whereby he obtained greid pairs of boots by f*l« jltKBces from a couple of firms to, ijj vai'ue of £U 2g 4d, The ixused ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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CARE HAS TO BE TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

CARE HAS TO BE TAKEN. j A letter hnjI t-o it n»ti*'e priaec in India is often a very elaborate affair. The pa[>er i is specially made for the purpose, and is r sprinkled u'itli gold leaf. Only the !iwt • few line* of the .nimewhn lengthy docu ment contain the pnrpoit of the letter, I while the renminder is niiuie up of ih« | iihiu! roundabout Rivd complimentary I phrases. It w folded in a peculiar w*y, I with flaps outward, and placed in <i | bag, and this latter into one of orimson I and gold lint, witli a. ulip-knot of gaid thread, attached to which is a ponderous seal. The address. written nn a .tl;p of parchment, i* attached to the outbid? bag. These details are vary important for polite 'letter-writing in India, aud if any od« of them were omitted it would b< am msalt to the' person atWreused.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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A RACECOURSE BOOKMAKER. HIS PECULIAR OUTFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

A RACECOURSE BOGXMAXn I •HIS PECULIAR 0UmT J Probably there a,-e , *" who have not at on* timo!* ^ found themselves nn r s°S wondering where th.> Takers procure (heir oV,P",U*i unu what tnr^ c;; °rs Th" ininien;i" Phvid ail(i suitings " peru-il^, , ,Ct'i are never smii on Ih<. (,Rck H body but i>ro«'(f,sicitirtl he of Hk They are specially lnon(li '* certain Uilors j„ di(Twem ^ the country, who make of cr.tting up such fabric' 2"^ for bookmakers. and newss^'* fact increases their cost suit of startling check ^,u bo procured for liv, gili seven or eight guineas are ' /' 1 y paid, and as much as 15 sometimes goes f„r R suit. C(*i Bookmakers get il,orR^|v with th* idea of attracting J Hon and appearing prosp,riltt^ seedy-looking " peneillcr " be shunned like the p|;lgU(, a these reasons they are K'0„d' er* to their tailors and 0«;,C Some bookmakers prefer 1 *' themselves in white from foot, wearing white suit, "h*." gluvw, and shoes. «tl(i large white umbrellas : ami £...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Short Story. The Telegram. A True Story. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

snort story. The Telegram. A True fitory. 9y JAMES ST. GTOftPJAINS. in tlhe " "Weekly Scotsman." Communities. like individuals, have par ticular characteristics, and Chatterston, tuat extremely remote village in GaasinEfconshire, ■ showed this in belDg the moat inquisitive little place one could set foot in. Tt was not t?o rauoii the fact that it want ed to Jrao-*' (he " ins and outs" of people and things : it was tlie c/bjodtionatte way ' it had zul into of inventing stories on tho flimsiest foundation, till at last no one a character was safe for a vrliole day to gether. The nearest railway fita;(ion to Chatters ton was at Bigley. four milee off/a country town with country manners. The poet office authorities, Borne six months before ;his true incident, had connected the CUattersJ.on folk with theo titer world by a ielpg-nph wire. What a stir It made, to be s-jre ! If a message came to the village for old Wilks, who kept "The Plume of Feattwrs." or the parson, or, in truth, any on...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

.^r James Butcher, of Maldon, hay been notified by the Defence Department that his bro'her, Cor pora! X. Kutcher.bas been admitted to the District Western Hospital, suffering from a dislocated sbouider —mild. Held over—Report of annual meeting of subscribers of the local hospital. Mr and Mrs P. Hansen, of I^ong Gully, suffered a sad bereavement at a late hour ou Tuesday night by . the death of their second sod, Alao i I<eo, who passed away at the age of j 11 years 9 ruDntbs, the cause of | death being endocarditis eud disease of the mitral valves of the heart. The deceased, who was born in j Leouara, West Australia, had been ailing for the past eix months, and bore his sufferings with remarkable patience, fortitude and cheerful ness, and the news ot his demise was receiyed with regret by a wide circle of comrades, as he was held in the highest esteem by thetn. and sincere sympathy has been expressed for the bereaved parents and rela tives in their trouble. The funeral ot ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

CHAPTER II. I The acquaintance founded on a bcS'"""?® which dated from the mending of torn socks and frayed shirts grew apace, and Mo - taguc Rollestone found himself falling fui tl.er and further down that abyss at the hot torn of which he knew hu should find— °0i coursc. it WLS an absurd state of things ; here tie wa« earning a >nere pit > tuiici' by writing and doing a gooil '-''U't niiotl uncongenial back work, v, bile RaUie !on th.- other hand, v.a- in much the same i position. Between thorn it was hardly pos i sible to scrape enough together >-0 house . and feed and clothe one of ihern in a proper ; manner. Yct-he loved her ; for after all, I it came to that. . , I Hi* looked back on the days when ,.e had 1 been in the land of Goshen, as lar as crea I ture comforts went. He remembered ho« . he had thrown up all the ease and comfort I which could Iwve surrounded him tor lie rest of his natural life for the :akc of a principle. Me had quarrelled irrevocably with the wom...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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The Romance of A Pair of Socks. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

Th« Romance of A Pair of Socks, j (Bv E..BURROWES.) .Adverti&emont from the "Morning Post," 4th December I «. Wanted.—Gentlemen's underclothing lo mend. - Moderate charges ; neat work ; prompt execution. Socks a speciality. Ap ply Pi. D., Model Buildings, MAiylebone." Montague Rollestone threw down the paper in which he had just read the above ! advertisement, and thrust his hands through his hair with a rueful laugh. "Jove!" he muttered, "the very thing. 'Socks a speciality.' My giddy aunt !" Hp tos.wi off one slipper, revealing a huge hoie in the toe of his sock : the removal ol the other slipper showed n similar state of things. Then he glanced down at his ( hands ; below his shabby coat t.bore peeped a pair of frayed cuffs ; a button missing hero and there was a mere tritte as com pared with other repairs which were glar ingly needed. '•Jove!" he said again, "I ^ wonder whether. . . • ^ es I 11 do it. Ten minutes later an answer winged its ■way to live writer of tbe adve...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

A Lady Testifies to the Value of Sheldon'd New Discovery. Some time ago I bad to take to my bed with a Tory bad attack of influenza. I was very feverish add was shivering from head to foot, writes Miss A, Taylor, Belmont-rd, Moamau'a Bay, N.S.W, When my landlady came to iny room, I felt (£uite unconscious of what I was doing; but she knowing the good qualities of Dr Sheldon's New Discov ery, advised me to try it, and immediately procured a bottle for me. After I had taken the socond dose the fever left me, and I was able to sleep, and nest morning I was able to leave my bed is I felt quite well. Anc thei time I caught cold through sleeping in damp sheets, and again Dr Sheldon's Sew Discovery stood me in gold stood, and saved mo from serious illness. I am quite certain there is no remedy to equal Dr Sheldon's New Ditcovery for Coughs and Golds. Price Is 6d and 3s, Obtainable everywhere. Umbrellas and Parasols.—V. AMERENA. the well-known umbrella maker ot 12 Arcade, BencUgo, will call...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

I | DEATH. I HA'>">EN'-On Uie 25tli July, at Long j Dully, Maldon. Alan Leo. beloved son | or Frederick and ..Margaret Hansen— I ■ siaed It vearf 5) months', i R.l.V. !

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Maldon Shire Council Thursday, July 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

Maldon Shire Counci Thursdav, July 27(1], Present—Crs Flatty (p:ssi Bo wen, Preece, Haitou, lb!: Bell, M'l^ay, Sharp, Davki Accounts amounting to 3d were passed for payment. ' Correspondence. From Ladies Beaetoleat A; elation, asking Council to is : rates and Interest on old to High-street, amounting stating that the property is r. cupled and sharing the usih^ of such dwellings, window a. ; broken, rooting carrieJ. &wj: thieves, besides being _ aiwin^ i tramps and misclilevious mm: If Council is desirous ot re possession in default ot payee rates, the L.B.A. would batL deeds, provided Mr^ Higgm^i to that course—Held over in quiry and report by towu^' From L, Rash, Harcoart,^ permission to cot s&pUog^;; his orchard—Application S"' under usual conditions. From Shire of W arragul, ^ Council to appoint a attend a deputation to tK - minister (Mr Hug^) to conscrip ion—2 he i*e appointed a delotw ty-,, conference, Cr t ^ against, _s , From Towoug ^ue •» •protesting against ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

Sunday Services. 00 NG R E GATIOKAL CHUP.CHES Freacher—Rev G- Kiug ; Subjects — Morning — Quiet Resting Places; Eyening — The Bridegroom Cometh. Visitors heartih* welcome jy^ALDON BAPTIST CHURCH Morning and evening—Rev Pryee Visitors welcome. •RBSBYTERIAN CnURCH, Maldon Maldon 11 a.m, and 7 p m, Baiinghup 3 p m. Preacher—Rev J. S. Thompson Evening subject—Sabbath Desecration and Sabbath Observance. Non-churchgoere invited. English Baptist Church. Evening subject — Midnight Bnrial of the Stolen Body of the Great Man. Nuggetty 3 o'clock. OST. on Tuesday last, between Maldon jJ-i invJ Tarrangowsr—Dark Blue Felt Ha t. Finder rewarded on returning same to this office. Maldon Early Closing league, MEETING of the above will be held in the Rechabite ft all on Monday next at 8 o'clock. All interested in the Early Closing Movement are invited to attend, J. Trengove, Secretary. Maldou Baptist Church. Anniversary services will be held on Sunday, October 1st. Preacher—Rey\ E A. KlRWOOD, of South...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Australia's Golden Fleece. ANNUAL WOOL RETURNS, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

Australia's Golden Fleece. ANNUAL WOOI, RETURNS, Wehave received from Dalgety and Company, Limited, a copy of their Annual Wool Report tor the past season, which gives a complete account of the business done in the Australian and New Zealand mar kers for the twelve months just ended, There is also embodied ia ib fall statistical information with regard to the sales of wool in the Yflripus mafketSj distribution of purchases, Oversea shipments and Sheep returns, and, In a word, everything that has to do with the handling of the Australasian clip. This Annual Review is of value to every wool-grower, as it puts all wool matters on permanent record, and enables any particular aspect of the trade to be analysed and studied, It may be mentioned that it has now reach Its eighteenth year of issue, I Results to Producers, The most important fact in the whole compilation from the wool* grower's point of view is that the total yalue of the Australasian wool clip (tor export) in the past season ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

Why Go Hungry ? If your stomach is weak and you are suf fering from Indigestion, don't sacrifice your health and comfort. JGat all the wholesome food you want Then fake one of Dr Shel don's Digestive Tabules after eajh meal. They digest your food and thus nourish and build you up, while the stomach is recovering its natural tone. Price Is 6d and 2s Gd per tin. Obtainable everywhere. GOLF. ^ The mi^ed foursome has been postponed until next Saturday ; no other fixture arranged. Woods Great Peppermint Cure, j For Coughs and Colds, ne-ver fails, Is 6d j Aching Back. i The bano alike of the housewife and the j working man. In aome cas°s every move ment of the body is accompanied bv a sharp . etabbina pain in the small of the back, and in others the pain is dull and continuous. These are symptoms of kidney disease* Ar- | iest its progress by using Dr Slielden'e Gin i Pill:*, which will act in a surprisingly j prompt msiine:. I'vioe Is G>1 and 2« 6d~ j Obtainable everywhere. j J. MOORE,...

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MALDON BAPTIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

MAI.DON BAPTIST c®&3t A cbildreu'a estertabta^i , aid of tbe prize fund, vvis^!.^ th$ scholars of ths. Sunday 'sC0 on -.V wdiicaCiiy evening 3 pastorf Rev. J. H. Pryce, occu-'J the cuair, there being a {5ir ^ ance present. la the course of his icmaiss chair'.tiaa saUI -licy y;£r„ for doing so well in ihc schc-ji jjf all the circumstances were tl'-f into consideration. They bid^'! a number of young men aud^-',* and several o£ their boys the front, and they wou!d bjo;! to bear news of theui, and speed the day when peacj ^ come again. and their loved ^ could return, which would t; t; happiest da? in some of They were indebted 10 the tr^cb^ and their superintendent (kii Wood) for their work htrai^j the young. _ The Rev 0. king said tie could be engaged La more impr^ work than Sttnday school wotkli} thev were moulding the future li;» of tbe country to a large etb The. Christian mothers o£ cMfej were also doine a ^reat sW.;, shaping their destiny, andhsl^ ted they would be blessed...

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CORRESPONDENCE. An open letter to the townspeople of Maldon To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 28 July 1916

CORRESPONDENCE^ An open letter to the townspeople of Maldon To t Edxtov ladies and Gontlemen,—You will see by to-day's local and Saturday's Melbourne papers the result of the appoal made to | you on behalf of the Y.M,C,A. Tho total .sum colleoted £80 isv one of which auv countrv town may jiratly feel proud ; when wo remember however, how population has lessened,sources of wealth decreased, living expenses increased, to say noihing of the frequent calls on your pockets for the other patriotic funds, wa snu*t regard it as very striking evidence that these strenuous times have called for much self donial on the part of many of you and stimulated tho usual liberality of others. The spontaneous and willing response to •our appeal haR made it obvious that the Y..M C.A, cause was both a popular and worthy one. One recompense of your liberalitywill be tho ploaeure il will give our own local soldiers, reminding them, as it will, thoBe of us at home for whom they are fighting are not unmindfu...

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