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

Miss Wilson, Fruiterer, Confectioner High Street, Maldon Fresh Fruit always in stock. None but beet Confectionery kept H.OT ^ea a:1^ toffies at all honra. Uader New Management. THE POfULAR Kangaroo Hotel Thos. O'GBADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to anaouuce to the public of Me don and surrounding districts Si he has taken over the above well known and long-39tablished Hotel and trusts by civility, com. 5aed with cleanliness-and strict attention to business, to merit a phare of patronage. 3sothing but the best brands of spirits wines and liquors kept in 8t^|' Splendid accommodationand meals for travellers and vieitors Free btabiinf? Phone No .y ^^aTedhouse " Fruiterer and Confectioner, Corner Reef and Templeton-sts, A^KQUKCES that he has a good Collection of ■RVrU Confectionery and Summer brinks'of all kiQrfs at wholesale Rates. Agent ^or Bendigo Ice. of skins. Pablio Notice »°Vr^°P[dLK!',in«rt Exchange Hotel m;a.ldon. Arthur Qosbell, Late of Melbourne Hotel, Wandiligong, i-wr i^WFS t...

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

MONUMENTAL WORKS fiRAHAM ST. CASTLEMAI'NE Marble* anf Granite alosrimSiitS' -v-Of• all D<S5 riptions always in S-'oclf. Lf ttermg and General Repairs/ Correspondence promptly.attended tcC". Phone No, 93; Fodder Seeds. 1 Smith's Seeds are sold on lionpr TRY THEM Wiiie for quotations fojee.l«, delivered ae yr-Jr nearest Railway-Station, below jlelbaaiiie J rices , ' ~ ^ Eest Imported Dwarf Essex Rape, Hunter River and other leading varieties ol i (,erne,Sorghums, Millets, Turnip?, the woDderful new folder Plant Silver Bacfyarid pith's famous strains'ot Field Carrot-and Champion Hangal. . State approximately qoftnt'.tie-rC 1UQataiogne3 free. Melbourne Address—Box 168 G."P.O. GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, B&llarat. Est. 1868 ■ NOW SHOWING The Leading Drapers In all Departments Goods Imported Direct. Inspection Invited. i 1 ■ • Latest Novelties in all Departments M Creefy & Hopkins Castlemame . . ■ ■ - _ ^ / Beautiful Bridal Portraits Ko Wedding nowadays...

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

SPLENDID REMEDY FOR CHILDREN'S COUGHS Mothers all over Australia are mak ing in their own homes as good a •remedy as money can buy for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, In fluenza, Bronchitis and Sore Throats. All they do is buy from their chemist or store Two Shillings' worth of HEAN'S ESSENCE, and add to it water and sweetening matter enough to make up to one pint. Such a quantity of ready-made cough mix ture* would cost at least 12s. The beauty »f the HEAN'S ESSENCE mixture it that it contains no pare goric; laudanum, or othir opium druge, which are apt to do untold harm t« young children. j Mr Marchant, consulting optician, of Geelong, will visit Maldon on Friday, Sept, Sth/I and may be consulted at Butler'a Hotel from 9 30 till 2.30—Advt. Do Yon Enjoy -What You Eat. If you don't your food does not Jo you much good. There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There ia no way to nourish the body except through the stom ach. The s...

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AUSTRALIAN FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

AUSTRALIAN FAIR. The Australian Fair to be held in the Shire Hall on Saturday promises to be a great success. The committee have worked most enthusiastically, and now look to the public to do their part- Great care has been taken that a'l the articles offered for sale shall be of a useful kind, and prices will be within the reach of all. Intending purchasers would do well to come early as if left to the evening what they need may be sold, Special attention is called to the opening ceremony at 3 o'clock, by the Hon H. Lawson, supported by Councillors Huttoo,Bowen and Preece, The evening programme will be of a specially interesting cha racter, including juggling by Con stable Thomas, vocal and instru mental numbers, recitations and various ©ompetions for ladies and gentlemen. . Afternoon teas and suppers proyided. The competition for West Indian cake, Swiss Roll, Cream Puffs and Victorian Sand wich is open to all. Two prizes for cake and one each for other articles. All articles enter...

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CHAPTER XI. IN A QUANDARY. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

CHAPTER XI. „ IN A QUANDARY. The situation was remarkably pecu liar. Elgin's lips were necessarily sealed and his hands tied. To speak or to act, to direct the detectives or to personally proceed against Akers, who, it seemed to Elgin, was guilty, would inevitably have required an ex planation involving the very exposure | he from the first had been aiming to j prevent, at least until he had re stored the loan from the bank. To have demanded the- immediate return of this loan from Colonel Bar dolph would, likewise have^ required the same explanation. With the money refunded and the deficit made good, he would not for a moment have shrunk from a full confession of his misdemeanour ; and he now aim ed only to prevent an even inore strenuous need for it until the note should mature. And to thiB man, of whom he then had not the slightest suspicion of complicity in the affair, Nick Carter had imparted his entire view of the case and appealed for his assistance. No less disturbed, and won...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) WHO KILLED PAUL CRUBER? A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. PART FIVE. CHAPTER X—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) « WHO KILLED « PAUL CRM ? .• ♦ : A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. . By the Author of "A Bord Game," - "Caught in Their Own lYop," etc. PART FIVE. CHAPTER X—(Continued.) The young man waved his caller to " an easy-chair, and took a seat oppo site, closing at the same time the library door. "My folks are all in bed," he said, quietly. "You need be in no fear of an eavesdropper." "Thanks for the assurance. I wish to talk briefly with you about this Gruber affair. There are some few points which I did not care to touch i. upon in the hearing of others, or I -would have approached * you at the undertaker's. To-begin with, Mr. El gin, what do you make of it ?" Elgin was instantly upon his guard, fearing that the detective had formed some suspicion of him, and had, call ed^to lead him, if possible, into a self-betrayal. Though very pale, he was now fairly composed, and pre pared to weigh his every word before giving it utterance. . "In what respects ?" said h...

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CONSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

! CONSCRIPTION. Ia the House of Representatives on Wednesday, Mr Hughes. Prime Minister, said that the Government had arriyed at the conclusion that the sysfem of recruiting could not | be relied upon to supply Austra , lian Imperial Force. The Govern ment considered therefore that there was but one course to pursue namely, to ask the electors to make up the deficiency by compulsion. The policy was to take a referen dum of the people at the earliest posssible moment upon the question whether they approved of com pulsory oversea service, to keep the Expeditionary Forces to their full strength. If the majority of the people approved, compulsion would be applied to the extent that volum tarlsm failed. If ^oluatesrs respon ded in sufficient numbers there would be no need for compulsion. It was not intended until the sup ply of single men without dependents j exhausted, to apply compulsion to married men, youth under 21, single men with dependents,. or to the remaining sons of families o...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Sporting Notes GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

Sporting Notes GOLF. The ladies of the local club will compete for a trophy donated by Mr Clark, of Cas'clemaine ; play to extend over 2 days, 9 holes (stroke play) being played each day. The draw for first day's play on Saturday. Sept 2nd, is as follows - Mrs Meyer 14 v Miss Elliott 6 Mrs Allan 10 v Misa Brooks 18 Mrs Haybittel 18 v Miss Crayford 24 | Mrs Cooke 2 v Mrs Hartley 14 Mia Martyr 18 Handicaps as given are for IS boles billiards. The following is the draw and handicaps of match in connection with tonrnamenti at Athenaeum ; 1st prize cue and oase, 2nd trophy value 10g Gd, and result of games played to date :— Cowling 15 beat Soiner 10 bhd—200 to 105 Heron 15 on beat Seedsman 20—200 to 144 Franzi JO on beat -Ulan 10 on—200 to 193 Nankiveli Id on beat Woodward 20 bhd— 200 to 198 Salamv 10 on beat ftf'Beath 75—200 to 162 Keeson 20 on beat H Uren 60- 200 to 387 .lubber 00 bhd beat Blackmore 15 on— J 200 to 173 ] Batty ;i0 on beat Baxter 60 on—200 to 168 Latin 15 on beat Cooper...

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

FOR SALE—Comfortable Home, } acre garden land, largq outbuildings, siiuato Warnock street.-Apply Thos. Woodlock, rpO LET or For Sale—Comfortable six A roomed House. 1.J- acres ground, good stable, &c. Apply Tkos Skews, Station Street, Maldon iS ! E3GS ! i EGGS !! ! Frc.tn my well known layers—I Jil-.ck !inorcas, White Leghorns, Royal Red Sussex; 5/ a. dozen; My fowls have laid right through ihe cold wet winter.—J. Moore, High-st., Maldon. Notice—if you want up-to-Jate paperhanging?, also mixed paints oil?, varnish, Venetian blind cords, ladder tape, &c., why not go to G, PULLAN, High street, Maldon (uext Misa Wilson), whose special trade it is to supply you ut Melbourne prices— A dvb "] FOR SALE—Good COW, just calved— very quiet. Apply W. Seedsman; Camp Street Australian Fair In Connection with the Congregational Church will be held in the Shire Hall on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER" 2nd To be opened at 3 o'clock by the Hon. h. s. W. Lawson Great Variety of Stalls, consisting ...

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RAJ[?] WAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

RAJ J-WAY MANIFEST. Goods and parcels were lying at bhe local railway' station co-day [ for:— Goods—Brooks, Kinross & Cole. Dabb, J.ondoD, Moore, Farley, TJron, Rumbold, Moss, Jonas, Bowen. I Parcels—Gray, London, Lewis, Collins. I Stevens. D'Arcy, Wood, baumgurtner, Knight, King, Cook, Davies, Evan, Allen, I'ullan, Nankiveli, White, Niuholadn and I Ralph*

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ORDINARY MEETING. Accounts, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

ORDINARY' MEETING. Account?, Accounts amounting to £410 3s ?d and Road Board work. £29 2s were passed for payment. Correspondent. From Public Health Department cSering no objection t0 the registra-' lion of premises occupied by N urse Truscott as private hospital. From Stevens and Forrester, ask ing road east of Willlnms be repaired with road machine—Cr Davies moved that tenders be called ior half mile grubbing : carried. • From Secretary Maldon Hospital, forwarding account for £9 18s in •connection witq treatment of men ingitis case in the institution '(Master Smith) as follows (45 days): ■-1st week £3s 3s, 2nd week £2 2s, •Mbsequent period £1 Is per week; higher rate in early stages due to special nursing—Account passed, • «wi health officer congratulated on , critic and immediate steps he had •taken in the matter: From W. tfugbird asking Council to consider him losing compensation ■for time lost when laid 'up with J ■ Illness- No action taken: From H, Rumbold, Eddlngton. -asking ...

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Maldon Shire Council, THURSDAY 31st AUGUST. Statutory Meeting. Councillor Bell Elected President. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

Ualtfon Sliire' 'Council, THUiiSDAY 31-st AUGUST. Statutory Meeting. fniinciUor Bell Elected President Present—Crs Hutton, Bowen, Preece, Fogarty, Sharp, Davies, geU, Mollins and Bryant; CrsHultou, Bryant and Sharp tvere foimall" sworn in, Cr Fogarty was voted t© Ihe chair, and in welcoming the new members, congratulated Crs Hut ton, Sharp and Bryant on their unopposed return, whom he trus ted would render good services in the future. _ On the motion of Crs Hutton and^ullins the president's allow ance was fixed at •£35« Cr Mullins moved that Cr Bell, te elected presideat; seconded by Cr Bryant and carried. Cr Bell then took the chair, and expressed his thanks to council lors for the honor conferred upon ! him by electing him to the position j for the ensuing J2 months. He J vould use every endeavor to for' ward the interests of the Shire during his term ot office, and he ! hoped they would get along as I yell as they had done in the past. J On the motion of Crs Fogarty J and Bowen a...

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

Temperance Hall, Maldon. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. tTliird of a Series of Popular SOGIAXj dances And Euchre Tournaments Profits divided between Maldon Hos pital and Red Cross Socioty. Good Musir. Befreebments. Tickets 2s Ladies of district asked to provide : Mns J. Gaynor, President. S. Walker Troae,C Jenkins, Secretr.r?-r Prior to leading f r 'ha front, Pri*;:ie ilaro'd Stone, of J aane coci;-, was presented with iv no:!:-h bible from hiy frien s in iiic- . 'lurch. l«'or '■ironic Chest Complaints WoodsGreat Peppermint Cure, 13 Gil Miss M'Donald will hold her annual cencert at Newstead on Wednesday next in aid of the Mai don Hospital. The Rev- F. Hagenauer, of Cast'emaine, who several months ago was so seriously injured in an | accident, has made a remarkable recovery, and wlH resume his duties as pastor, of the Presby terian Church during the coming month. The soldier, Daniel Wood, who smashed Baldwin's .plate glass window, at Castlemaine, on Sat urday was fined £%. in default one mon...

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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 1 September 1916

Mining Notes Mr Hodgkinscm, of the Mines department, who is to have charge of the boring operations in the Muckleford Valley, has arrived in Maldon, and will commence work immediately on the first bore be tween W, M'Gregor's and D. Pinchin's properties, at Walmer, with a couple men. The result of the bores will be sent to the Mines department, and if it is thought advisable to apply for a lease the local Mining Development Commit tee contends tha<c it should have the Brst opportunity, and that the public of Maldon be invited to become shareholders, The shire president has beeu asked to coo vene a public meeting to receive the report of the committee as to what has been done np to the present, with a view of taking further action (this will be held on Monday. 11th September). At a meeting of the local mining development on Wed nesday night last, Mr Hodgkinson was present, and various matters were dicussed. The question of obtaining progressive results of the bores and the ...

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IT PAID. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

IT PAID. The diligent bricklayer stuck man fully to his work. Higher and higher grew the wall as he placed brick upon brick. This particular bricklayer was a quick worker—in fact, he was al most too quick. In his eagerness to complete his task he accidentally let a brick, drop into the .roadway. Immediately the man was concern ed as to whether the brick had done any damage. He peered down, and observed a pedestrain struggling with his bowler hat, which had been forced over his eyes. "Did that brick hit anyone ?" cried the bricklayer. "I should think it did." replied tha pedestrian, managing to get his head free from the gripping bowler, "it hit me !'' "That's right !" the bricklayer ! cheerfully remarked. "Always own | up and tell ,the truth ! You'll find it ipays !" One day a young man came into a | studio to be photographed. Instead of posing so as to look as handsome . as possible, he hunched his back a I if it were broken and twisted hi» face into a dreadful mask. "Here," said t...

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WISE AND OTHERWISE WHICH END? [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

WISE AND OTHERWISE —— WHICH END ? The manager of a larga engineering works in Oldham is never happier than when taking a rise out o! inferiors in position. ■ He was tele phoning to a. sub-contractor who had always resented the manager's arro gance. ! "I say, Wilde," began the manager "are you aware that we want thosi tubes this year, not the next ?" "Yes, sir." "Well, then, rouse up that antiqu ated establishment o! yours as il you meant business." "We'll try, sir." "There's no trying about it. When will they be ready ?" "They're ready now, sir." "You - blitherin' idiot, why didn't you say so ?" "You never asked, sir." "Oh, I say, Wilde, is there a con founded fool at the end of this tele phone ?'•' "May be, sir ; but it isn't this end !"

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FAMOUS IRISH LANDINGS FROM WOLF TONE TO ROGER CASEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

FAMOUS IRISH LANDINGS FROM WOLF TONE TO ROGER .CASEMENT. There have been many parallel j cases to the recent German attempt to,land arms in Ireland, which ended in such a fiasco and the capture of Sir Roger Casement. The most notable took place at the end of the eighteenth century, the first being j that of the famous French General Hoche, who accompanied by the Irish | rebel, Wolfe Tone, attempted in Dec. 1796, to land 6,500 troops, an im posing array of heavy guns, and thousands of rifles, with which it waa proposed to arm the Irish people. < Bad weather, however upset the cal culations of the leaders of the expe dition, which never landed, and with | i great difficulty got back to Brest. I Two years later General Humbert met; with little better success when he 'landed 1,000 French troops in Kil lala Bay. The Irish people, however, refused to join this daring raider, who was forced to surrender. This raid was followed a few weeks later by the landing at Rutland Island, ...

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HIGH TREASON. WHAT IT REALLY MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

HIGH TREASON. ? WHAT IT REALLY MEANS. Mr. Arthur Lynch, M.P. for West Clare, who during the South African War fought on the Boer side as col onel of an IriBh brigade, was the last man to be tried in England for high treason. He was found guilty and sentenced to death, a sentence which was subsequently commuted to penal servitude. Ultimately Mr. Lynch was granted a Royal pardon, and duly entered Parliament. One section of the Act of 1848. specifies that certain acts of .treason, including "compassing to move any foreigner to invade the King's do minions," shall be treated as felon ies. Such an act would be known as "treason felony," the maximum pen alty being penal servitude. It is a remarkable fact that the in dictment against Mr. Lynch was framed under a statute of 1351 pass ed during the reign of Edward III. That old Act still holds good in its main clauses. Previous to that, the law regard ing treason was very vague. Murder, highway robbery, piracy, even charg ing the King wrongf...

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KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

KITCHEN WRINKLES. Salt and vinegar will remove stainat from discoloured teacups. Vinegar added to blacklead give a more lasting polish to the grate. . A cut lemon rubbed over fishy knives will entirely remove the. un pleasant odour of fish that invariably/ clings to them. To cool jellies or blancmangc in a short time, take a handful of salt and the same of soda ; put it in a bowl of water and stand the jelly mould in it. When making short-crust pastry try adding to the water with which you mix it just a little lemonjuice; it makes, it lighter, and also im proves the flavour. To destroy moths in thick carpets wring a thick towel out of water, lay it on the carpet, and iron over it with a very hot iron. This causes steam to go through the carpet, which destroys the grubs. If parsnips arc being served with a roast joint they can be cooked un derneath the meat-trivet. This not only gives this vegetable a delicious flavour but saves gas. Potatoes can be done in. the same way. It is impos...

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THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week, "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT,; [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

Published Twice-a-W fiek, i-'idem se;rvo;: TUESDAY t VJsXIXG, SEl'I A quiet and pretty uHr celebrated at St Brigi^R < on Wednesday mornln/15 William-J . M'KuJjffar only Mr and Mrs W. J \r v •;: Chapel «,««. BM' bonds of holy matrimony tfl ?reat JayAor'fourth ,Mr and Mrs C.Taylor olP^"' the ceremony being ngno^ the Rev. Falher *» bride was becomingly dr-'' l cream satin with bat to mat?.' was attended by h?r Lottie Taylor) as bridesmaid -■ wore a dress of cream voih the bride's brother (Mr C Tj-'' acted as best man, After mony the wedding party mi? [ the bride's parents' residence £ a dainty wedding- breakfast m-X vided, at which the usual toa4 ( honored. Mr and Mrs M'K-' left by the afternoon traia M bourne, where they iuteud at Yarraville, | At a sitting of rbe duction Board in Melboiw .■ application for the deprktic'-' the licence of the Royal Ji i Maldon (owner and licenses, i': j E. H, Pa^e) as from Decernb;:? | next was approved of. The Hotel during its 53 years' exi...

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