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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

^P—iWBsgKeaskeuKiiaspHii DEATH. ! RALFH—On the 27tli August, at- Willan Street, Eaglehawk, Henry, beloved husband of Annie Ralph, and loving brother of Mrs J. Buzza (California Gully, Bendigo), Richard and Mary i Ralph (Maldon); aged 59 years. ■ i

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

Castlemaine Business College. Lyltleton Street, Caatlemaine. Shorthand, Tvpowritin's: and Book-isOc oinfif. v CLASSES are held in the nbovo subjects daily. Pares at concession rates. | E.-MTsOSS, j Liceneed Shorthand Wri'-or of the j Sapreme Fourt of 'Victoria I liegihbtored Teacher. | -]-:GGS! 1G3G9 ! [ EGGS!I{ From my well known layers—j liluck -iinorcas, White Leghorn RoyaJ Red Sussex ; 5/ a dozen ; My fowls have laid right throtighi the cold wet winterST=-J« Moore, High-st., Maldon. j reAb the The "ftftALDON WSWS" .Leading District Paps'-.v Guaranteed Largest Circulation of any Paper In District —also the Cheapest Price—3s 6d per Quarter Only 3d weekly if taken quarterly Become a subscriber right away. Our PRINTING is the Best -TRY IT. J. MOORE, R.V.S., Coatf1 ' Builder, Premier Horse Shoer>' Blacksmith and wheelwright, agent for Dtmlop„ Rubber Tyres. I»arge stocks of Hickory shafts and poles, j spokes, rims, felloes, &e. All kind? j of vehicles made to'order. Addfesa...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Maldon Produce Market. (Per Uren Bros, Maldon Latest Quotations— [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

Maldon Pioduce Market. (Per Uren Bros, Maldon Latest Quotations— Onions—161bs for 1b Whpat - 5s 4d bushel Ctiaff—3b cwt Potatoes—2s quarter Bran—Is 3d bushel Lard—Is lb Butter—la 3d to Is 7d per lb Flour — 501bs 6s 9d. 251&8 3s 6d Bacon—lid to la Id lb Cheese—Is 2d lb Sugar—3s 9d dozen lbs Jam—61b tin 2s, 21h tin 9d Cheddar cheese—lOd tin Sggs—lOd per dozen,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

Snorting Notes GOLF.. Tbe result of the match plaved ou Saturday last between Maldon and Castleuialne, was as follows— C'M,iin». Maldon Baamussen square v M'Arlliur square Errey 5 aces v Mead 0 aces Halmshaw 0 aces v Martyr 5 aces Beckingsale 0 aces v Hayes 5 aces Frank 0 aces v Hartley 4 aces JBartold 0 aces v Baybittel 3 aces Mittenger 0 aces v W. Davey 5 aces E. Davey 0 aces v R. Hutton 5 aces Burrowes 0 ac0s v Coucliman 4 aoes Langley 0 aces v WoodlockS aces S. Hutton 4 aces v House 0 aces The ladies competition was won by Mr3 Cooke, ScoresMrs Cooke 53—2—51; Mies Elliott 62 -4—58; Mrs Hartley 65-6-59; Mrs Meyer 67—G— 61; Mrs Allan 74-8-66 ; Mrs Martyr 76-9-67; Miss Crayford 80—9—71. BILLIARDS. The following is the draw and handicaps of match in connection with tournament, at Athenaeum ; 1st prize cue and oase, 2nd trophy value 10s 6d, and result of games played to date Cowling 15 beat Somer 10 bhd—200 to 105 Heron 15 on beat Seedsman 20—200 to 144 Franzi 30 on beat Allan 10 on—2...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE REWARD OF SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

THE REWARD OF SCIENCE The youth had just graduated. He' was very poor and very intellig"ent. In all his courses he had taken hon ours, and in athletics also great hon our had been his. Well, Thompson," said the head master, "through at last, eh ?" Yes, sir," said the young nian, smiling and blushing. "And now what arc yoii going to do ?" I hardly know yet, sir. I ha"9 had two oilers." "Two ? Wonderful !" Yes, sir. One is from a scientific society, offering me a secretaryship at £1 a week, and the other is fr°m ft football club, offering me a years' contract to play at £4 a and expenses." She : "That man who eat next to me at dinner hadn't got the manners a pig." He : "Strange ! I thought he bad. "Mrs. Giddigad'B baby cried the other day when she wanted to take it from the nurse." "Yes, the poor little dear is af?81 of strangers." Pat: "J hear you and theb°& struck for shorter hours. Oid f0 get them ?" , Mike : "We did that ffe're 110 workine at all now 1"

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

RAT* WAY MANIFEST, Goods and parcels were lying at the local railway station co-day for:— Goods—Dabb„ O'Grady, Parcels—Barber, Bryrnt, Knight, Chis holm, M'Farlane, Dabb, "Dickson, Oswald, Millar, Roberts. Paolo, Haslem. j

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASILY RECOGNISED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

EASILY RECOGNISED. Her hair was dishevelled, and the j sleepless-night look flamed in her eye {as she. rushed into the police station and button-holed the inspector. "My husband has been threatening to drown himself for some time," she cried hysterically ; "and he's been missing now for two days, i want you to have the canal drag jged." "Anything peculiar about him bj" (which he can be recognised supposing we find a body ?" inquired the in spector. The dishevelled stranger paused and seemed to search her memory. Sud denly, her face brightened. "Why, yes," she exclaimed at la»t» "he's deaf !"

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEAT.—Per W. Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 29 August 1916

MEAT.—Per W. Rowe. Side rauttou—7-'.d lb. Full leg -9d lb. Full four quarter—8d lb. Best roast—lOd lb. Othor roast3—9(1 lb. 3 Side lamb -8d per lb. ] Rump steak—Is lb. j Beof steak—lOd lb. j Steak beef- 9d lb in lump. l Corn beef—8d, 9d and lOd per lb, \ Boiling beef—8d lb. Sausages—8d lb. Tripe—8d lb. Saveloys—Is per do^en. •Pork—10<1 per lb * ________________ i

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOMESTIC EDONOMY. [?] chemist's [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

DOMESTIC EG0,N^Mie®i-«' /( A rough miner cnterea a — I sh°P recently and asked for a to"1*' I brush. "What price ?" eeid the c!,e"!l"r' 'We have toothbrushes fro"' pence halfpenny to tvro and sisPlsC Bir'" si "Gi' me one at two sbilli 'sixpence, then." said the "liriir; might as well have a ^ there's seven on us for it, we the missus." I Use the sunshine as Isible for cleansing nn'Ik P31^^ , cream cans. A "sun bsti" is 33 f-jj, if not better, thm a hot-v*ttr , as far as the destruction of tW ^ ly microbe is concerned

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. SOME POINTS ON PLOUGH SHARPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

THE FARM. 4 SOME POINTS ON PLOUGII SHARPENING. (By S. I. Ross, Colorado Agricul tural College.) The man on the farm who nas a small blacksmith's .Bhop of his <J*3 must know of few of the fundamen tals of shop work before he can any use of his shop. There is nothin; more useful to the man who to s small shop than knowing ho*M sharpen plough lays, for good w>rt cannot be done with a dull or badfj sharpened plough. The principal point to re-metnb^r is plough work is getting the lay and tempered right. Good work not be done with a lay poorly shaP^' A little mistake along this Iiu® **■'' increase the draft and thus incr»« the power necessary to Pu'' plough. In sharpening the lay a'*3-"' draw the edge of the share with face to the anvil making the underneath. The lay should mould board as snugly as possik'j To1 tell whether the lay is Pr0^! shaped, place it on the floor °r just as it will rest in the furro*-^ the entire cutting edge toiiche.- t»; floor it is all right. The P...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CREDIT FONCIER, Loans On Farms [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

. CREDIT FONCIER, I<oans On Farms The Commissioners of the State Savings iiank announce through our advertising columns that they are lending money to farmers and others on Credit Fonder terms. Twenty years ago—in December, 1896—the Turner Ministry brought in legislation to enable the Commis sioners to advance money to farmers for a long term of years, and repay able by easy instalments. The money for these loans was raised by the sale to the public of bonds, which were redeemable by half-yearly ballots. After a few years' trial, howeyer, the money was obtained by the issue of debentures or inscribed stock having a fixed currency, and during the twenty years, nearly seyen million pounds have been obtained in this way, of which more than four millions h«ve been lent to farmers: I^oans are granted to farmers to enab'e them to purchase their farms, to pay off existing liabilities on the land, to pay Crown rents, to buy stock or machinery, to clear and improve the property, o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CHEAP PAINT. ONE THAT WILL NOT COME OFF [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

A CHEAP paint. T — ONE THAT WILL NOT COME 0?? A recent issue of the Duflwn "i der" contains the following recin a cheap, durable outside paint editor of that paper, who has" h d long experience as a painter *rit! 1 "I:paid 25.00 dollars 'Bterl.'. for this recipe some years a 0 my twenty-five years' 'experience &ni painter proved its reliabilit/f * painting outbuildings, fence3 and f weather-beaten buildings. The • er the lumber it is used on, thM,^ ter will be the results obtained ^ "Many a farmer will tind it ache and useful paint for farm buildin* and that it will add to their beaut and preservation at a trifling cost i take this means of drawing your tention to it because of your iai> circulation." " The recipe, as published in y,, "Leader" is as follows : For some weeks the Press of t--Ra West has been publishing a forinuU for making a skim-milk paint, j),, "Leader" gives another that appear in print for perhaps the first time. Take two bushels of fre.-h stone lime, o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

This Beault of Measles—8evere Cold and Acute Bronchitis Cared by Dr Sheldon's New Discovery, My son Gordon, was suffering for over twelve months with a very 83vere cold, and acute Bronchitis, which supervened after au attack o£ meatlea, writes Mr J. W. Breakapear, #G Gowrie-»treet, Newtown, N-S.W • We tried several medicines which | did not improve bis condition, and we were very much afraid that the chronic trouble i with his lungs would tura to consumption. Fortunately we had tried Dr She'doH's Gin i Pills with very good results ij a case of kidney trouble in a member of my family, and as they were bo good we decided to give Dr Sheldon's New Dig coy cry a trial in the case cf Gordon, We did so and were sur prised and delighted to find that he com jnenced to improve almost immediately, and the dry coughlug, which kept liim awake moat of the sight completely left him, and in a fortnight after commencing with New Discovery he was completely cured. I can honestly recommend this wonder...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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A COW AND A SCRUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

A COW AND A SCRUB. ■ ■- ■■ ♦ 1 ''Turn a cow and a scrub in the road and there is no difference. Put [ them up and take care of them and | you will soon see which stall the cow is tied in." When E. B. Marks, of North Ya i kima, Washington, made this state ! ment before the Washington Dairy i men's association, he stated a tru'.h : that should be held constantly before j milk producers everywhere. The low average yield is due to no small mea sure to the lack of care on the part of the cow owners. j There are herds, the capacity of which could be doubled if their own ers had a little cow sense in hand ling them. We hare seen very ordin ary herds taken in hand by a good herdsman and in one season changed t"o extraordinary herds, all because, of a little of the right kind of care. We advise some men not to go into the purebred business for the simple reason that they do not know how to handle common cows in such a way as to "get the most out of them. Give the cow a chance. She is usu all...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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THE Maldon News Published Twice a-week "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

Published Twice.a-\veek F1DKU S5RV0." FRIDAY EYJ5N1XG, SE^r Mrs A. Kodua, 0f High-.,, has received word that W. Private Frederick J. Rodda 3 was recently reported dac^ wounded whilst, in action jfe' is now doing well. He is in King George's Hospital s^'~ street, London, and is verv^w" able. His many friends' U'f pleased to hear this, ' The weather continues and as the reservoirs hay replenished, and the gromli* saturated, a spell of dry would be appreciated, The'^ bury reservoir is running by-wash and it is stated th=- •; Upper Caliban basin is a!so"^ flowing. Everything indicate/^ excellent season ahead. Wood* Great Psppermlat (jure« For Coughs nnil.CoM-;, neitr fail.-,!,'! Will Crooks, U,P.t is te!!in2 story of his grandson. Theft fellow, who has heard about Chaplin, said to Mr Crooksoo-i '* When Charlie (JiiapHu diss,'v he go to heaven ?" "|: Yes,"' «;j the astonished grand parent, Fs child thought for a iaomsnt,i-1 then said : "Won't God !auji': Mr W. Williams, teq manager of th...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COURT MANNERS IN THVE COW BARN. A LITTLE SARCASM FROM THE "CHICAGO HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

COURT MANNERS IN THVE COW BARN. ♦ A LITTLE SARCASM: FROM THE "CHICAGO HERALD." Speak kindly to the gentle cow, and never, never tease, her ; i Take of! your hat ; politely bow ; do all you can to please her. Be sure your hands have been wash ed clean ; be sure your nails are curried ; j Mora milk is drawn from cow serene , than from the cow that'« wor- ! ried. i —Mother Goose's Modern - Maxima for , Milkers. . "Kicking the "cow has not been good form for soma time in even moderately advanced dairy circles," says the "Chicago Herald," "though the ban upon it probably originated more in practical than humane con- j siderations. Painful experience war- ' ranted the conclusion that the cow: thus approached was far more likely to. kick the milker through the side of the barn. [ "Of late years the cow-barn code of manners and morals has developed rapidly from the negative to the po sitive style—from 'thou shalt nots' to 'thou 8halts.' It has been dis covered that the cow, long the poet's ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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RIFLE S[?]OOTING [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

KIFLS snoots I The competition a* - J« members of lha ^ % been concluded, ana ;J A. Millar, ^?nh" improvemeat nT ^ ; or), j well deserved hi* scores were— ^ : Name, ^ 6 A, Millar... J G, Batty — 4-2 -1 0. J ubt'fir t ;; j. Brovrn ... 3G J \ T.O'Srady 37 W.Jury - 37 \ W. ©rren ... 38 J. Cook - 3!) £l! V.Laha «« ;:fl •» G. Pearce ... '* ..J. Morgan 35 J ;j: E Brown • :>£ sfj 3 J.Kuish ... 1 , F, Ji't'arlano i[ 0P jwsps®* arranged shorty

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WHERE COLOUR COUNTS IN HORSES. i [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

WHERE COLOUR COUNTS IN HORSES. i ) There is an old saying among horse 1 iiien that a good horse is never a bad ! colour. This is quite true, but during the search for army horseB colour counts. Many people object to grays, 1 whites, roans, creams, but the army officials absolutely refuse to buy these at all. Any other colour is all ■ right, but no bids are made on the light-coloured stock. ! J In the olden days it was the com- j ! mon practice for officers to ride white 1 ! chargers, and sometimes whole regi ! ments rode gray horses, but modern I war is different. With the flaming red coat and glistening gloss of the dress" 1 parade has gono the light-coloured .horse. There is less, danger of being 1 hit when the opposing forces cannot see what they are shooting at. J Bright colours have in the pasrt : mad'e all too good targets. The gray horse may be a good worker, but he | is not a good war horse. This is ' [.about the only place where colour , really counts for or against the hor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

A friend >n j i3 Er Steldon's Vw

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CHAPTER XII. THE STRONG AND THE WEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

CHAPTER XII. THE STRONG AND THE WEAK. ! The grey of approaching dawn, .the i flush of daylight, the glory of the ' golden sunshine, one slowly and ! steadily, following the other, forccd | their way down into the depths of the narrow streets, and dispelled the murky gloom from every yard and court and alley. No uncertainty about external nature that next morning ; no thick mist hanging weird and fan tastic shapes on the clear, crisp, de lightful Christmas air ; not a cloud in the sweeping arch of the azure sky. When daylight first penstrated.. the | miserable quarters occupied by Edna Bardolph in the hpuse of Mr. Magin nis, it fell upon the .figure of a sleep ing girl. She was lying dressed upon the bed, a portion of the cheap cloth ing drawn over her, and her hood wrapped close over her head and about her neck. Her mission there, the purpose ac tuating her thus boldly, the design she bad ^resolved to execute at any sacrifice of jomfort and risk of per son, could not be carried out ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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