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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

jesses MONUMENTAL V\rOHKS OR./\KA-M ST, CASTLE^IAINB,^ Marble an! Granite atonnmeotg; - Of: all Daoripuons ahviys in 'S ock. Lettering, and General Repairs Correspondence promptly attended to. - Pbone Ko, 93. Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold 011 honor ' try them Wsi-'e f--'" quotations fo>3i<, deliverel.« ynr rarest RuW Statioi, below i:",ces ' \ ~ V , i n«,r£ Ksse^ RaptV Hunter River and other leading varieties or Best I imported J the wonderful. new folder i'lunt SilvetJ^ef, an Hildltemvina.pWmplon i»ng»l. State .pprox,»».«!, £Xltt> 5 Iiim ' _ ■ . qv--'i:titief re'LuiQ® taiogn'es free/ Melbourne Ad dressy-Box 168 G.P.O. GBO.SN.UTH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est- 186S 4 XOW SHOWING -&T v The Leading Drapers : t In all Departments • " Goods Imported Direst. .Inspection Invited. Latest Novelties ia fkll Department | '* - * - j M'Creery & Hopkins Castkemaine 1 Beautiful Bridal Portraits f'lotnrv unless it" bears the name of RI01iA.LvlJ _* ...

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

The Pain in mv Back and- Side was Uubearallf. Cured by Dr Sheldou's Gin Pills. I saffered with my kidneys for two years, 1 writes Mrs M. Bish-p, 41 Coilfcge-Btraet, Balmain, N.&.W. The pain in my back and side was unbearable, and I also suffered with gravel. Whonevcr I attempted to stoop, the paiu in my back was just '.ike a stab from a knife. I also suffered very fre quently with headaches, and my water was like chalk, and at night I co\:;cl not sleep, I tried every thing lcouli think of, but did not get relief until I took Dr Sheldon's Gin Pillr, One day I raw in the i;. w-paper an advert'sfiint-'r-tf of Dr >li e!don'd trio Piiis, so purchased a bottle and took them according to direction0, an J you would not believe the difference they made iu mo. They com pletely cured all a:y pains and aches. I ean lunestly recommenced Dr Sheldon's Gin Pills to any.me suli'.ring as I have done, Dr Sheldon's Gin Pills are sold at -.is Gd and 2s Sd. Obtainable everywhere. Notice—it' yo...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
My Impressions of an Australian Hospital in Cairo. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 4 August 1916

My Impressions of an Australian Hospital In Cairo. By Trooper A. S. M Nabb. I parade sick to my ref^eD-a! doctor at 5,30 troubles, and am to d I ®nst8«. into the Australian Stationary Hospital. This is enacted at Je,;ej:K*iir where some of the first fighting troops from Australia wmt_ under In the 1SS2 campaign. At a p.m. the-doctor "isi s our ward, an - matks " Base, base, base as he goes through our papers. iNext morning 100 ill-condi ■■loned men With kits of all color*, size and shape congregate at the rai way station. Arriving at C^ro are bustled into ambulance and whisked to the Australia Uenernl. I am sent to bed, nest to a sufferer from haemorrhage of the bowels ; he is witty and bright, aud his name is Murphy. A few beds down a Russian-Jew »s^cry ing—"Sister, sister. I'm ot. _ At last the sister gets slightly impatient, and tells him that continual irritability will not make him cool; so he accepts the inevitable. Across the other side ot the ward the curtains enclose a fren...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A New Gramophone. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

A New Gramophone. A combination of electrolier and phonograph is the latest offering of an American phonograph manufac turer. The electrolier or electric table lamp is somewhat larger than the conventional type, and its base ser ves to hold the disc-record turntable electric motor, sound box and other essentials. The sounds produced by the sound box are led up through the pedestal of the lamp and released beneath the glass shade, which throws them downward and outward, augmenting the volume at the same time. There is no trace of the pho nograph mechanism from without when the door in the base is closed, and the uninitiated are completely baffled as to the source of the music when seeing the phonograph lamp for the first time. A rich man took a moor, and wish ing to make himself popular invited farmers and people of the neighbour hood to a grand luncheon. The food was first-class,/ and a very good brand of champagne was provided ad lib. Two old cronies were sitting to gether, and had...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DARING GIRLS. RUSSIA'S BEAUTIFUL SPIES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

DARING GIRLS. « RUSSIA'S BEAUTIFUL SPIES. In the secret service of every coun try, beautiful fascinating women are largely employed ; but no Govern ment makes such successful use of them as that of Russia. Russia chooses her spies from her fairest daughters, and, without exaggera tion, it may be said that the charm and beauty of these accomplished j Russian women is almost hypnotic, even more so, perhaps, than that of i the fair ladies of France. j One of the most successful of Rus j sian women spies is the beautiful widow of ah army officer. She has travelled all over the world for the Russian Government,- and once, when in Japan, nearly lost her life by be ing given poisoned sweets. Another beautiful Russian spy has j masqueraded for years as a dancing girl on the Russian border, although i in reality she is of noble birth. Her j beauty and seeming simplicity have | won the heart of many officers in the i Greek,. Turkish, and Bulgarian armies ' and many of these affairs have re [ ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SIDELIGHTS OF LONDON. THE INSURANCE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

SIDELIGHTS OF LONDON. THE INSURANCE MAI?. By F. W. THOMAS. He stood on the doorstep with a large leather trunk, like an elephant, and a fierce look in his eye. "I should like to nring to your notice •" he said. "Sure," I answered. "Come in side. There's a draught." He came inside with the fierce look and the trunk. "I should like to call vour atten tion " he began. "Right-o !" I agreed. "Take a chair, or a sofa, or something. Have a banana." He' took one sofa itnd a long! breath. "I- desire to give you '' ho start I ed once more. I "Now you're talking," I said. 'You ' are the man I'm waiting indoors fcr. If it's cigars, I like those "'ith -be i nice coloured bands around them, i Not too gaudy. I've lieen expecting i you for a long time. Take another chair or two, will you ? Have some more of the sofa." He smiled a benevolent eott of | smile, a little bit wobbly at the cor ners, and opening his trunk dived into it head first. It appeared'to be full of tracts. - J "I'm sorry you misun...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ZEPPELINS. AND THEIR LIMITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

ZEPPELINS. « AND THEIR LIMITATIONS. With its war compliment of crew, fuel, and accessories it is estimated that the modern ■ Zeppelin can take an average load of four tons of bombs, guns, and other fighting equipment. The bombs UBed are of various types and sizes, the main classes being incendiary and explo sive. Some of the bombs used over. England weighed 1201b. each, and their destructive power can "be very great. Of the largest size of bomb probably not more than ten are car ried, but the equipment of smaller bombs is considerable even when we allow for the machine guns carried in the cars. Ammunition load, fuel capacity, and range vary with the type of Zeppelin employed. The naval ships being largest have the greatest po tentiality, and it is fortunate for England that they form only a small part of the Zeppelin fleet. When in war trim the latest sea going Zeppelin has a range of action of about 700 miles, that is 350 miles out and 350 miles back. By having replenishing station...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
English Measures of Length. HOW OUR STANDARDS WERE FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

English Measures of Length. HOW OUR STANDARDS WERE FIXED. An extremely well-informed but I withal interesting paper was pre-1 Bcnted recently before the Royal1 So ciety of Arts by Colonel Sir Charles M. WatBon, an authority on the sub ject of measures and weights. Col onel Watson expressed the view that i while there was considerable variety J in the measures of lengths used by the different ' nations of the world, they were in 1 the most part,. derived from a common origin. Their origi nals existed/ in times so remote that the date of their invention had been completely lost. The study of what ..the' original measures werewas a matter of considerable historical im portance, arid the question could be investigated by' an examination of the changes made in the course of ' generations by the people who bad adopted them—changes, in some c&ses due rather to accident than design. For the sake of clearness, it was convenient to j divide the measures of length into four categories ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

i Bereavement Notice. MRS W. M'qSeGOJR & FAMILY it. desivo to return their most I sincere Thanks to theiT many kind friends for all messages of sympathy, letters, [cards- aad floral tributes received in | connection with their recent sad bereave [ inont. t

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining at Maldon. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

Mr Mugs on, Jlfn' has ior warded r. i^Urr ■' •' mining development'ccn,^-''^ reference to the dep^,.,: ;i.V waited upon hlca recamiy'Ir,. • ' a copy of the jeport of Mr h^'H director of geological snt "S things it Inadvisable to h V quartz, bat considers ib« 'f :i!i may be deveioptd by n;,' few bores. The Miuistsr"- 1 to send up a hsad»bQtiug 1 the dopth is cot expected ;a'-' \ 100ft. The Department*v,'i!!=.3| £200- or a lifctle more If c^a., 'I to test iht locality. It his raport Mr Hermu. r. tkat oh the w«ster* aide oith,5 ft ayetem •( fial reefa bi3 worked at Intervals from oSi$ mine on the south to workings of the Ymmdjowj: a"i! qo the north. Cacaidetabk ^ attended the shallow operafe--!, a fl«i> reef known as U&'/c. dipped easterly at • much ms! incHnatioo (averaging probabV^i to' 40) til t iearly verficjl''-;ij ckiktc!, kiowfi as BtsntmC, was iMterflected. Styand reef tb« presmaed continue Aisle's reef Uieoesc cut} butli worked, in a few places, primary object of lb...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

LOST in MaJdon— Brief Bag, containing meat and pair of boots. Finder re warded on returning same to this office. FOUTSD—Cap oft motor axle. Apply this office.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

The Piiia ia ll}7 mj Si.3: Unbeara?. In, Cured bf j Sheldou'a Gin Pill' i sujicrcd wii'u my kiJuoys i<)! !i'l , writes MraM. Bit'i <p, U I mlma;a,.X.S,W. Ths pr,ia in z.rii ! side was mibsaraWe, ami' I ^ j with smrel. Whonercr I ^V; | Stoop, the pain ia my tecl C '' I sfal; from a kuife. I aIfo suUVre-^'J j quently with heaJichM, ml v.r '■ Hke chilk, ami at night I eoc;d : tried svezythiax Icoulitliiu-:-'; not get relief uvtil I took D L'illr, Oqq day I jatv in tiie nWi advertisement of Ur SkJM'iG:s purchased a bottie a'lJ to£' to direciluii', m '.you wm'-I difference Lu'.y nutde in "'•?• _ plctely cured all s:y pxius noi can honestly recommi-uM_ j: Qia Jills to anyone sei^-tinS" cJone' . .,•) j:'". Dr Sheldon's Gin Fills are * l<> I nad 5s OU Obtainable eurf™' Notice—It' yon papsrhunging?, also ; I oite, ravnisb, Venetian ladder tape, &*-, 'PULDAN, High eitrcei, ■ Misa Wilson), whose sp< ia to " supply yoti ^ " I prices— .4 dvt...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

EXCEPTIONALLY Good for COLDS Mr. John W: Doyle, Secretary of tlie Eight Hour and Labor Demonstration Committee, Sydnay, writing on July t, 1916, said : " li gives me much pl«a sure to state I have found HEAN'S ESSENCE an exceptionally good re medy for colds. Its moderate price and rapidity action should make a special appeal to workers with large families- . . MEAN'S1 ESSENCE sup plies a long-felt want in the home." HEAN'S ESSENCE is obtainable from Chemists-and Stores.' Two Shillings' worth makes one pint of finest quality Cough and Sore Throat remedy—much *s you caivgtit of ordinAry mixture* for 12s. K li iT^OR SALE-7 Springing. Heiters— . Apply B. Gervaseni, Joyce's Creek Road, Nowstead TO-NIGHT. St Brigid's New School Hall, .TUESDAY, AF"UST 8. Miss Toxin's Social In aid of Building Fund, consisting of Euclire Party and Danoo. Good Music. Set Supper. Moonlight Admission 2s. . r_ ■ .r:.- : , Maldon -Baptist Church. Anniversary services wiii .be held on- Sunday, October 1st. t'renc...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maldon Hems PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK "FID[?]M SERV[?] TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8 [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

r' .„vn qWlCX-A-WEb* vVBUSI!lD ^ it-tr!\rlJS'G, AUGUST S rr-vbas donated a special Dt L for the best collection Pr crown within 5 miles of Po«t Office, ia connec ^Cih' «»u«isiow !0 be "■f , October, Inteodicg com "l^wkl prepare at once for & collet* M.he local police court yesterday i e Messrs Button and Hodge. % p C, Ki'iott, bootmaker, J'id°cl against the following to recover the sums ''.3 fo- goods sold and , &. Mr House appearing for Snant each cash ; L, Aemm i ?S 3 verdict for amount with ; r\ C-4S • Thomas Charles ' ^5 | j!]/ ytrdio1 for amount with 26s George Lsach ,-£2 5s 3d, i%. for amount and 15s Gd costs. *'farther debt ease adjourned for a Light owing io the defendant at !:e4 being sn toow'e of the bos 1!!3T a BsringhHD resident was Cd'sCd f" tcln& drunk 6nd| Orderly io Higb-S'reet on the 4th j 1st. I Tenders for grubbing the dry J w«jn the street will be received jpjjll 12 noon on Thursday next., , dominations (or the three yacan «;intheMaldoo, B...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eddington. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

Kddiugton. Mr J, Muilins has been olected secretary of Eddington branch of tho Catholic Federation, in place of Mr John Egari, who has left tho district. Prior to his departure tho latter was entertained by his friends and presented with a writing pad and fountain pen.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

FOR Kiaitls and Bs&iity REXONA Skin and Facial Soap PlOTrXTS F20H DISEASE U-hundred and eighty-three bags Raised the European and Ex |;-'t'0airy Force mail which has Ptan delivered In Victoria, the Iws constituting a record, Of ^$!olaU:50 tontainea letters, SO I'tctit of sviiich vere from the feTitlonary Forces. It is esiiw N 'bat the Utters totalled 777,000, papers au& packets 131.000 j^'°?lsisr£d letters 3000. The of parcels from other than tlua JttiiUary sources in* 40 psr ceat( above the pre record. This is due to the fetduse Df parcels post by L'^s men owing to the high y ptevaiUtig on ships-* 'fc^'nv'3 Cough at Nisbi Poyvporinint Onro, Is 6ct Squires, ine one time i^wboaasbeen farming wl'h iv'.aV' Qoouoo Goonoo Creek, fc.ywwth, X.S.W., haa soldi fen*.®* wmiptislag 706 acres of wheat ano grazing laud, to IWvi11!00, *s said Squires ■ ":C'^ to enlist. ■ 'a i1"-- - . ! r';!. x'r Assembly to ' }■ Toinclier will ask Mri fi®i'■. •lu1stei' Education, 1* i V House a ful...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Sporting Notes GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

Suortmg Notes GOLF. lhe mixed foursome competition on Saturday last was won by Mrs Allan and C. M'Arthnr. , KIFI.E SHOOTING A competition for a Trophy value 20s, JO shots at 300yds will start on Satur day next, entry Is and handicaps on tho range: Shoottn« will be on Saturdays only. Any member without a rifle can get the use of one by arranging witb the secretary. BILLIARDS. In the somi-tinal game in the B grade in connection with the snooker tourna meut nt tho Mhoasemn V. Lahn defeated Q> Howell. He then had to'play W. TTren (winner of A. grade) for the final, and this match took place last night. After a close game Labn {12 on) defeated TJren (scratch) and won the tournament.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

Miss Wilson, r,_ _9:^?:'"C?ier j?tx>rh Fmii always in stock. J^one *r* bQt be=tCoutectxoner,kepb ■HOT PltiS, lea aaJ Coff6B a all hoars. ■ — " • *V -Outlet Sew Management, £ tee "popular Kangaroo Hotel Tlios. (Late of Fairfield) WflS '"Tsurround^g Sel,',kattad rusibyoAility, com P with cleanliness and strict foined v>ita merit a attention to buame*3, 10 w . share of patronage. B»)#cdid acconua»«Hic* *» meale for traT.lUr. w4 risitor® 1?efle btablin* Phone No.-5 I. A. EDHOUSE Frulicrer ao4 C«»f«ctlonar, Corner Keef andTempleton-ets^ 4 ENOUNCES that he ha» a go*d \ Collection of Si uit, Confectionery and Sa^er LMriukB of all kinds at wholesale Rates. Agwt for Bendigo Ice. Agent for Joh^SugB fampui> Ftmt Tree® . Etery tree guaranteed true to M^lBOweUeBto announce tba■ hJ.jfde cash buyer of rabbit and all othe Pablic Notice WASHING and irornng done out ana at home by Mrs H. Little, ntrt j. Blenheim's, off Parkin's Reef Road, Exchange Hotel MJiLDOK Arthur Gosbell, Ute of N£albou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

: : .. •. it i*i-. mosijmen,ta;lworks. G fiAH-AM,. ST., • CASTLEMAIlSrE Marble, ani" Granite Monuments Of' 'rfil Descriptions alvv-iys in S;"oc!<. Lettering and General Repairs Correspondence prompt'y attended to.. Phone No,. 93. ■■■■■■ -v . ■ • '.. Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold 011 honor try them Wsi'.e for qajS^tisns fojoe.l-?, .deliverei at your unrest railway Station, below gellai'.r.o; rices . ■ • " ' ' - • . Host laports'-l Dwarf Essex Rape, «Hunter River and other leading varieties of idicem?.Soijjhums, Millets, Turnips, the wonderful new folder Plant Silver Baet, an;l laatk's famous strains ot Kield-Carrot and Champion Mangel. State approximately '-liirGd' ■ Catalogues frce> Melbourne Address—Box 1G8 G.P.O. GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est. 1868 latest asd fitvtsi Sttd: XOW SHOWING A/I The Leading Drapers la all Departments Goods Imported Direct, inspection Invited. Latest iNovelties in all Department? M'Creery & Hopkins Castlem...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 August 1916

THERE IS ONLY ONE SANDBU EXTHACT, and thai is wliy the people UiSiat on getting i>, and why they rcject the many inferior substitutes and the cheap and freqnontly harmful " jnst as good.' The GENUINE SAN DEB EX TRACT is free from the objccKoasble '.[uuli- j ties of the common eucalyptus oils and the bo called "extracts." SANGER'S EX.. TRACT is the most powerful antiseptic and healing remedy that can lo used with safety —it prevents a ad cures all infectious die-1 oases—Tntlueuia, Colds, Fever, Small-pox, Diphtheria, Flatulence, .Dyspepsia, Diarr-1 heea, I'yscntery and Kidney troubles I SANDER'S EXTRACT applied to Ulcers, | Burns, Sprains, Cute, Irritable, t'chin^ and fDfiamcd Shin, give? immediate relief and cure? permanently, 3 drops in a teaspoon ful o£ Codliver Oil h a specific for ehronei Jung affections—Ehcamutism is quickly i dispelled by it. Reliability, eliV-cfciveiiess and safety are the graat attributes. of •SAN DKR'S EXTRACT. I R,C. Social. The third social of the seri...

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