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WHITEWASH THAT WILL NOT RUB OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

| . WHITEWASH THAT WILL NOT I " RUB OFF. ; A first-cIasB whitewash iB made by, dissolving 2 lt>. of ordinary glue in 7 pints of water, and when all is dis : solved, adding G oz. of bichromate of potassium, dissolved' in a pint of hot water. Stir the mixture* up well, and then add sufficient whitening to make it up to the usual consistency, and apply with a brush in the ordin ary manner as quickly as possible. This dries in a very short time, and, by the action of light, becomes converted into a perfectly insoluble waterproof substance, which does not I wash off even with hot water, and at . the same time does not give rise to mould .growth, as whitewash made , up with size often does. | It may be coloured to any desired shade by the use of a trace of any , aniline dye or powdered colouring, J while by the addition of'a small pro | portion of calcic sulphite its anti , septic power is much increased.— "Farmer and Grazier." i "I want you to understand," he said, addressing his seTe...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER II. REVEALED BY A LENS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

CHAPTER II. . * REVEALED BY A LENS. The city, clocks were on the stroke j of. nine. Nearly an hour subsequent to the meeting of 'Akers and Officer Webb, and fully forty minutes- since the re moval of the dismal burden contain ed in the former's cab to the rooms of the undertaker, Joel Froat, the empty vehicle still was standing in front of the latter's place of business, with both door tightly closed and; the curtaina drawn. Ab an additional! security against the prying of curious eyes, there stood near the wheels a motionless policeman, as silent and imperturbable as the functions of his office then required. The position of Frost's Undertak ing Rooms was not in a neighbour hood calculated to speedily draw a i crowd, even in the circumstances, be ing remote from the haunts of those motley aggregations which usually throng to such places at such times ; yet in . front of the doors and win dows was gathered quite a number of well-dresBed men. They contented themselves, however, with ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

Sunday Services. C ONGRE GATIONAL CHL'KOHKS ^Treacher—Rev G- King; Subjects-Morning-A Call to the High est; Evening—A. special Patriotic Ser yice in commemoration of the iinftnA Anniversary of the War. Visitors heartily Welcome jyjALDos BAPTIST CHURCH Morning and evening—liovPryco Evening—Fooond Anniversary of the War. subject—Australia and the War. Visitors welcome. JpRESBYTERHK CHURCH, Maldon Maldon 11 a.m, and 7 pm , Haiinghup 3p in. Preacher—Rev J. S. Thompson Morning—National Service --Subject Things that cannot be shaken : evening— What is the Church ? Non-churchgfoors invited. T HE MKTflODISl CHUHCHES Fountain-street—Morning, Mr Uren opening—Rev W, R Jones Barker-st—Morning, Rev. Jon## Visitors welcomed. English Baptist Church, Maldon Treacher—Uev T- B««»on Morning—Christ. th« Conqueror of the World : evening—I'll© Gat« of tbo City, a \ poor widow Woman. Whattba Wur has ! done, is doing, and will do. Temperance Hall, MaSdou MONDAY -7th AUGUST, Heller's Company HELLER'S—Music,...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

Bereavement Notice. R Sc MUS.F. HANSEN & FAMILY L\± desire to return their most sincere Thanks to their many kind friends for all messages of sympathy, letters, cards a/ul floral tributes recoived in connection with their recent sad bereave ment.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) WHO KILLED PAUL GRUBER? A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. CHAPTER I. THE MAN IN THE CAB. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) # WHO KILLED i PAUL GRUBER ? -f A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. By the Author of "A Bold Game," "Caught in Their Own Trap,"' etc. CHAPTER I. THE MAN IN THE CAB. A murky, Christmas Eve ! .Murky overhead, with the grim clouds-themselves lost in the impene trable gloom of the ink.y heavens, j this. ' night bereft of the last starry ) gem of that Judaean Christmas Eve j of the long, long ago. | Murky down among the buildings of the city streets, and dou'jly murky in those business sections where the stores had been closed for the- day. Murky and dark with Egyptian darkness in every court and alley, in every yard and passage, in every basement doorway. Murky even the snow of the New York streets, foul with mud; black j from contrast, slippery on pavements, j streams in the gutters, sloppy on the j cros8iiigs, the whole earth slushy and j wet and reeking in the warm, unsea sonable atmosphere, through the fog •and steam of which the electric lights gleamed w...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

:h B^t g ,'lVEo.. ^n% School Ki>Unl0"f ?CJfOAY, Skpt U -,fmtcr ^Vt^JlI1TUent 011 Wod

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Heller's Company. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

HeXler's Company. On Monday evening next, the 7th Inst, in the Temperance HalU the well-known Heller Company will once aealn pay a visit to Maldon, after an interval of eight years. The Hellers have the repu* tation of placing before the public a first class entertainment suited to a general audience, and being assisted by a splendid company of artists, they will present a pro-a gramme of clairvoyancy, spiritual ism, songs, music and pictures of a miscellaneous character, including the latest war and topical, also Charlie Chaplin, who always causes a laugh, The pictures will be screened by a powerful electric light plant of 10,000 candle power. Popular prices of 2s and Is will be charged, children half-price.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY MANIFEST [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

RA.tt.^/AY MANIFESTi Goods and parcels were lying at the local railway station to-day for:— Goods—Calder, EdUouse,' Oollard nhd John, Parcels—Brooks, Brown, Jonea, London, Edwards. Moore, Hardy, Peterson*

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHANGE OF BLOOD IN THE HER[?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

CHANGE OF BLOOD IN THE HERD We ' sometimes hear of flocks a:: herds which are supposed to be rs out—that. is, they have decreased'. tality.. The cure is to have a chasr? of sires and to introduce animals £ undoubted vigour who have no bio-, relationship to the others. This, however, has to be doneR" carefully- . A sire .that is kept too long may be used on his own pro geny, and nothing would reduce t:; vitality of the stock more thantta On the other hand a very drasi change might be disastrous, and i certain amount of care must ch* ciscd in making the change. The fact that animals in a stat? nature run wild and breed nnyac has no bearing at all on the A herd of cattle, for instance, al™: have a "king bull" at the r h and he gets his place simplr strength and vigour in fightm,, <>■* bulls and keeping them in the ^ ground. As soon as he weakens a^ some other bull disposes him. this way the vigour of the kept up. Then, again, all wea would either die or get killed. J" , f...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

DON'T MISTAKE THE CAUSE. Many people have kidney trouble and do not know it Do you have backache ? Ara you tired and worn out ? Feel dizay, nervous and depressed ? Are the kidney secretions irregular? Highly so'.oured : confciin sediment ? Likely your kidneys are at fault. Weak kidneys give warnings of dis tress. Heed the warning ; don't delay— Use a tested kidney remedy, Mr J. Jackson, wood merchant, of Doveton street, Castlemaine, says :— For a good while I Buffered a lot from disordered kidneys. My back was constantly aching, and I used to feel sometimes aa if it would Dreak, aDd !I could hardly stoop oil account of the awfol pain> I also had bad headaches and dizzy feelings and my reat was disturbed, I went on suffering in this way, until I took a courso of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. After nsing only three bottles of this wonderful remedy I was completely cured. £ recommend these pills to all those who suffer from backache and kidney trouble and feel sure they will derive ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

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Publication Title: Maldon News
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OF INTEREST TO DAIRYMEN. FEEDING DAIRY CATTLE IN SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

OF INTEREST TO f O^RYNIEN, FEEDING DAIRY cattle is SUMMER. A matter in which there j5 doubtedly room for reform *1^ large proportion of dairymen i ' the summer feeding. Many that the product is secured least cost by relying simply oa![' pasture, although they admit it not always bring the largest pro(J.°p? But experience in feeding a j; extra food—bran, cake, etc J| ' some years past, even when the co are on flush summer pasture, hascn".' vinced us of its wisdom and pl0s! The extra ration should nott large, but it should be given regma.; ly. It is not claimed that the i creased produce every day or week will pay for the extra feed i'l that, it will when the whole season: averaged cannot well be doubted ij. great value is in maintain!^ steady and even flow of milk. | Even under the best conditions, pasture varies greatly throughout th | season, growing scant at times,-' | drought, and being too rank ands^ [culent during periods of prolr-n^ rainfall. The extra food then acts an equali...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maldon News PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK "FIDEM SERVO" FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

Tenders a5e invited forth. oF -35 tons of firewood a a,,.T\ ??!! within 10 miles or M?»] l^iT"-^■''IC3 able on Wednesday, August15-1'" Particulars may be obtained a-1'!?' Maldoa and Muckleford w," ^ ^'OUS Id view of the proposal to ta'-. poll of electors on lbs the early closing of hoief bap would be weii tor those who changed their places of during the past two years !o"ra? ear.y claim for enrolment if »! already enrolled. Rolls UUv r inspected at registrars' office* J! offices, police station, Stale s'cW and railway stations, and eh;1' cards may be obtained at tiuN places. Laafc pav-day vraen papa came horn Ho aeeined so gay and -{lad; Of course, ho'd had a u'Issh or two It made mamma so mad' She sobbed, '• O, Dm you're ti<»ht vii. You'll break my heart, I'm sure " [ really thought that-you'd hive liron i The Woods' Great Peppermint ov.° The wheat season lot Victoriai - the year 1916-17 will show a siKC decrease in area under crop, as eoj pared with the record for accor...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

I ldon Hospital.... j I , T ■ I I T.'v' monthly meeting of the uewi.' elected committee jvas h^id last night- Present — Messrs Walker, West, Preecg, Meyer. Long. Refrden, Willitms, Somer, Gibson (.secretary) and Re*. Jones. Apolog !es—Messrs Couchmati and Rich mond, Election of Officers. President—J. T. Coachman Vice-president—F. West. Treasurer—J, Somer, Mr West then took the cbair and couduc ed the business of the meet Lug. Correspondence, From H. fcryson, thanking subscribers for kind expressions of sympathy during his i'Uness— Received Frdm Miss Ivy Armstrong, tendering her resignation as pro - bationer nurse—Accepted* From Secretary Hospital-Red ^ross bocial Committee, asking for committee's patronage at next social on 16th August, and that president be asked to preside thereat—Requests grunted, and committee promised fo assist indiridually. From Uuder Treasurer stating that hospital board or supplies is prepared to allow country hospital tc participate in its system of pur* j ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DAIRY. MILK AND THE COLOUR SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

THE DAIRY. I MILK AND THE COLOUR SYSTEM. When the colour system becomes generally known, and accredited as a scientific basis on which to act, it will be possible to impart to milk many, qualities which it does not pos sess in its raw state, especially where the treatment of patients demands difference in the action of foods, j Dr. Edward Plantet has been mak ing further experiments in this direc tion (says "The Dairy"), and an nounces some interesting experiments concerning the influence of red light ; on milk, and says that red bottles ; solve the milk preservation problem, I and will keep milk fresh for ten hours, j That light is a detriment to tbe preserving of milk is well known, but which of the rays really did the mis chief was not known until Dr. Plan tet experimented. He found, after testing all colours, that red rays were , beneficial, but that those toward the • violet side of the spectrum caused the ■ milk to "turn." j Dr. Plantet proved his experiment by placing sterili...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Anniversary of Declaration of War. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

! Anniversary of Declara [ tion of War. To mark the second anniversary ( of the great war, the. Maldon Ministers' Association held a patrio tic service in the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday evening last, which was tastefully decorated with the flaga of the Allies for the occasion. There was a very large congregation, and Mr H> M'Farlane presided at the organ. w The address was delivered by the Rev, W. R. Jones, who took for his text Job 17, 9—" The righteous also shall hold on his way, and lie that hath clean hands shall be stronger »nd stronger." j In the course of his remarks the I preacher said very few reached the summit, as they gob tired, which j was very typical of human life, j The schoolboy started off with ^ a dash, and reformers became Fossil 1 ised before they reached the evening I of life and attained their object. In their present great struggle they had to learn the lesson of patience and perseverance, Perseverance accomplishes more than genius, and the battle of l...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

SATURDAY, 12tb AUG. American Tea ! In aid of'Maldon Ked Cross. Afternoon Admission—Bring a GIFT. Ia the Evening a series of MILITARY TABLEAUX (arranged by Mr Hnybittel) Juggling by ^onstab'e Tbcian.s Mr Gilmours Orchestra. Evening Admission—Sixpenoe. lid tek'U&fl f "1 ffn is In 'C'.iv.neetiou with the W.iK will be held WEEKLY on Tues day Evfwingsyis follows — Congregational Church, August 8, at- 7.30 Bev T, Beeson

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SOME OLD DAIRY RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

SOME Old DAIRY REClPIS. , A correspondent of the Dairy World" sends the foU°wmg_ I At the present time, when wa are an thinking of food supplies so much, any information ^ may -be generally known might be accept able, and so I enclose two recipes that I have myself used for some months. I happened to b<s "ad ng an article in the old book (1797) f om which they were taken, and was struck with these-metbods Both my , sister and myself have had long ex perience in the dairy, so we a triecl them in our own home, wi h complete succcss ! The butter wi refined saltpetre does not seem to, have the "Cold" taste, and can_be eaten at once. It is delicious ! The milk, which we had with stewed fruit i seemed to separate nicely, at ! 108 degrees for the water in w ic ; vessel is put (we have one of the lit tie glass thermometers of Dairy Sup ply). Butter.—Our readers will probably j be pleased with the following method ; of curing, it, which is Practised by. i some farmers in the paris...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

Mining: Notes « Since our last issue the following cJoshings have been cleaned up at the Government battery :—Annand and Thomas 20 tons (from their claim at the Sandy Creek fiHd) for 3oz 12dwt ; I*. Be'tie S tons (from the Derby mulock heap) for 15dwt 5grs: E. Allan is crushing a parcel of about 25 tons from Union Hill. Several parties are still waiting to crush. Gordon and Purcell have started sinking another shaft north of their old one. and at a depth of 16ft came upon the reef which at present is small & considered highly payable, Oswald Gold Mines,—North British Mine—500ft level fouth atope breaking stono GEt wide worth 5dwta ; north stope stone 4ft wide worth 3_to 4dwts; 1000ft level, ifioping on stone 5ft wide worth ioz per ton ; south loyel. driven to f>8Gft stone wider than drive traco of gold; 1450ft level extoudod north to 672ft, reef cut out in ond good wall. Independent Mine— VOOft north extended to G79ft, 2ft stono iu face little gold, not payable. Battery c...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

Miss Wilson, - Hrgh'street^aldoo 3freth *'roH always in Block. N<on® bat best Confectionery kept HO I *&«> Tea aad C#e6 all boars. Under New Management, THE POfULAR Kangaroo Hotel Tli os. O'GB'ADY (Late of Fairfield) SYishes to announce to the public of Mc-.ldon a.d Barrouading distnds +H..i h o biis taken over the a Dove toII known and l?ngT?Bial3hehed Hotel and trusts by civility, com SSS- U »rt attention to buaiue-s, iu share of patronage. >Totbing but the best brands of spirits wines and liquors kept in stock, Splendid accommodation and meals for travellers and visitors Free btabline Phone No. 5 A . A. EDHOUSE Fruiterer and Confectioner, Corner Reef and Templeton-sts, i NNOUSCES that he has a good JV" Collection of Fro it, Confectionary and Summer Drinks o£ all kinds at wholesale ' Rates. Agent for Bendigo Ice. Acentfor JohnBrunHings famous Fruit Trees. Every tree guarantead true to Healso wishes to announce tbaheisf: cash buyer.-of rabbit and all • othe...

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