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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

POSTPONEMENT! I WING to ladies of the Presbyterian Guild being engaged in Red Gross and other movements, the Auuiyersary Fair hss been POSTPONED to a date io be uinounced; but the POPULAR CON* CER'l will be held on Saturday Evening io the School Hall. FOB. SALE—Comfortable Home, f acre j:a;ilen land, large outbuildings, siiuafv v/amock street—Applf Thos. WoochcX . . " ■

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Australian Gum-Leaf. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

An Australian Gum-Leaf. ♦ . By Muriel Beverley Cole. Just/an Australian gum-leaf, Enclosed in a letter from home ; , Oh ! what a simple offering So many miles to come. >But the weary -nan in the trenches SeeB with his visioned eyes His' 'little grey home' on the hill side, Where the whispering gum-trees rise. He sees the smoke ascending s From the cosy lire inside, Which someone he loves is tending— His bonny blue-eyed bride. He smells the scent of its burning On the cool o! the evening air, And his spirit to home returning, Is freed for a while from care. She flies to the gate to greet him, With kisses on lips and brow— : The sorrow and heat of the trenches .Are far from that dreamer now ! He rises refreshed from his dream ing, Strengthened anew for toil By the little green gift from the homeland, A leaf of the "Fair Dinkum Oil."

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 5 September 1916

A young man named Oyrilj Cowling, sob of Mr and Mrs JJ • owling, of Franklin Street, was out in the bush yesterday afternoon] with Roy Blackmore. ' Thev were' cutting at a tree together, .when j Blackmore's axe slipped, and ia-; flic'el a severe cut over Cowling's knee joint, severing everything light into the joint. He was taken to the hospital and treated by Dr Gray under an anaesthetic. It is announced elsewhere that owing to the ladies ot the Presby terian Church being ■ engaged iff Red Cross and other move.nentsi the anniversary Fair to be held ne*t Saturday has been postponed] to a date to be fixed- However, the popular concert will be held on Saturday evening in the school hall, The anniversary services on Sunday next will be conducted by the Rev. F. Phillips, of Tarna eulla, both morning and evening. There will be special singing by a strong choir. A very old and familiar identity of ths ! district, named William August Lahn, who was admitted to the Ioeal hospital on Sunday ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COOLING MILK. EFFICACY of the WET ENVELOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

COOLING MILK. r EFFICACY of the WET ENVELOPE. Some useful experiments have been made in milk-cooling in South Aus tralia. At one of the factories three suppliers, living at a distance of from, nine - to thirteen miles from the fac tory, were asked to send daily three ten-gallon cans of milk. Two of the cans were to be covered with wet calico, the third being left uncovered. At the close of each evening's milk ing five gallons of the milk were to be put into each can, but_ one must j have the cover saturated with water, placing the can under similar condi tions until morning, when the re maining five gallons were to be added and additional water poured over the same covcr, the other two remaining as before. In conducting the test with the three cans the milk in the can cover ed with wet calico had one to three points less acid, and' the temperature which was .taken each morning, was from one to four degrees lower in the covered can ; the great difference in temperature prevailed when...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XIV. A DOUBLE-DYED TRAITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

CHAPTER XIV. a double-dyed traitor. It was after nine o'clock when Cap tain John Megline, with a decidedly ugly look an his grim face swaggered back into the hotel office. Mollie was behind the counter, two old fellow« sat conversing in an opposite corner, while from a small bar in a side room Mr. Maginnis was dealing out several pots of ale to three dissipated youths who were playing cards at a table. Megline swaggered about the office for a spell, stopping twice to pore over the dog-eared register and glare askance at the desk near by ; but finally he dropped into a chair near the stove, and apparently dozed off into semi-slumber. Nearly an hour passed, when he arose and returned to Edna, as he had promised, reassuring her of his fidelity. It was about tea o'clock when he returned to the, office. The moment he entered he heard the voice of Mollie Maginnis speak the name of the man for whom he was in watch— James Akers. "Sure, Jimmie," Mollie was saying in congratulatory tones, "I'...

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

English Baptist Sunday School \ NN.1.VERSARY on Sunday, Sept 24 -ti*. —Annual Enterraiarnonl on Wed nesday, September 27 th Preacher—Mr H. B. Denmstos, of the Open-Air Mission, Melbourne Maldou Baptist Church. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES will be held on Sunday, October 1st. Preacher—Rev. e A. KiJm'OOJ), of South Yarra. Temperance Hall, Maldon. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 Third of a Series of Popular SOCIAL DANCES And Euchre Tournaments Profits divided between Maldon Hos pital and Red Cross Society. Good Music. Refreshments. Tickets 2s Ladies of district asked to provide Mrs J. Gaynok, President. S. Walker JW,'* Treas.C •!EKKINS, Secretary jpRESBYTEKIAN CHURCH, Maldon Grand Concert Will be held on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th Commencing at S o'clock Splendid Programme of Songs, Duets/Monologues. Quartets and Amusing Farce. Admission 6d—Reserved seats Is * tickets obtainable at Hutton's, James and Dunkin's. -Don't Miss this Treat. FIREWOOD. - . ■ THENDERS will he received until Eleven o'clock a m. on T...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

RAH WAY MANIFEST, Goods and parcels were lying at the local railway station co*day for.— Goods—Bryant, Allen. Hartley, Hospital, Austin, Coleman, Dabb, Gray, Edhouse. M'Arthur, Page, M'^arlane. Roberts, Duncan, Laity, Brooks, Uren Parcels -1- Beynon, Bryant, Knight, Tyesen. Humphries, Shearer Moore, TTarren. Oswaldi Purves, Roberts, Groves, Grigg, Poole,

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XIII. A DESPERATE CAST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

• CHAPTER XIII, A DESPERATE CAST. Thi terrible emergency confronting her, the fear of discovery ejec tion from the house, the absolute frustration of her design, which now was at least temporarily obstructed, and her realisation of her dire need of an assistant—these were the com j bined reasons for Edna Bardolph hav ing made such a desperate cast as that of appealing in such an extra ordinary way to this rough and ready-handed stranger. On arriving with hin» in her room a little later, where a less agitated observation of him was possible, she was not much encouraged by his ap pearance. In his rough bearing, his dark features, the lowering expression of his eyes, which glittered with basi lisk brilliancy from under his bushy black brows, there was a mingling of the brutal and the. cunning so pro nounced that she scarce had the heart to confide in him and rely upon his aid. Still, she now could see no alterna tive. For in recognising him a> her husband she had placed herself wher...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) WHO KILLED PAUL CRUBER? A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. PART SIX. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) # whoilled * paul crijber? ■ , . - I *••• A THRILLING NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY. By the Author of "A Bold Game," "Gaoght in Their Own Trap," etc. PART SIX. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) Edna recoiled as if stung by an asp, And for a moment the colour applied - to her fair skin scarce concealed her death,y paleness. Reeling and faint, trembling from head to foot, she . (-tared wildly at her insulter, gasping laintly : " "Sir.! sir !" "Oh,. I'll not harm yer !" Mr. Moss ' sharply cried, yet in guarded tones. "But I mean to know why you're here. Don't try to run !" And he norr caught her roughly by tha wrist. "If yer do" "Oh, sir, let me go !" "Hnsh ! If you speak bo loud" "Loose me, or I'll scream for help !" moaned Edna, cowering ^ and Ehrinking from his threatening gaze, yet dreading most of all her betrayal. "Scream !" echoed the low-bred fel low. "If you do I'll choke the scream 00 before it's ended ! Tell me why you're"-— "Tell him nuthin'. Belay there, you s...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENCE AND THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

SCIENCE AND THE FARMER. Many farmers have an erroneow idea and judgment concerning scienc; and scientific agriculture SomHw they have acquired the notion that te be scientific is to be theoretical, ul not practical, whereas the exact op posite is the case. The scientific^ constantly limits his belief and i action to proved facts ; to the ta» and principles that govern facts No thing is true with him until 1 proved true. He has no room for tra ditions or notions handed down re father to son. He refuses to b« p> erned bv such consideration. What do the facts ot farming teacc. is his constant study. He has a u ed to be a broad man. considerate o. what others, as well as hi ■> - | know. He realises the danger of ing narrow and shutting his ju , _ and action up to contusions from such a mental condition- ^ The scientific man always lo°,s on the farm and its pronlems « - ing vastly bigger than he 15 • . scientific man always consi e ^ self to'be bigger than the'ai • • scientific we ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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CORRESPONDENCE. Municipal Elections To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

nORRESPONDENCJB, Municipal elections . { To iAd Editor . \ SIR,—The results of the above elections should certainly be the means of re awakening- ,the interest of those democratic i Libera:s (not the crusted old Tory, sheltering under the shadow 61.. advanced Liberals), who \have < the welfare of the Stat© and, • priV^trily/ihe Commonwealth, at - heart. The elections show unmis* ; takub'y the power or organisation; and the time is certainly ripe for - the initiative to be taken by inai- ' viduals more anxious for a true liberal representation of ■ the people by the people, Labor, as wtii as Liberal, has now held the reins of uovernment in the Fede ral sphere fcr a considerable time, yet they cannot pla:e their fingers on one emancipation Act. like the Alanhood Franchise benefiting the public at large, With the altered conditions arising from the war strong political associa tions of various shades of opinion reflecting the voice and wishes ot the populace, are urgently ne...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

A MOTHER WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married Mr Sin^la Woman TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS CLEMENTS T0N1G More th*a *ay •ther tKIt decuatMt proT« tba »*Ia« tf Utii gre»\ family aedici»>. Wtlltro*, 3.A., 19/1/11. "Having wen la one of yow booki tht names of those benefits*! by CLEMENTS TONIC, i add «j Ustimony, seeing nont liko It anywhero, "it night benefit others, as it did me, when rearing my family. By Its use I bad the brightest, healthiest children, a boy 17, and three girls 15, 13 and 10 years. Neither knows what earache, tooth ache, or headache is, "I attribute it to nothing but the use of CLEMENTS TQNIG, as i am not very strong, i would use it when run down or out of sorts, and then would enjoy the best of health. " ill young married women shall use it, as it is such a grand nerve and muscle strengthened [tigrnedl) H . Mrs, E. STEER." 1 Iu c*«en ot I'oor Blood Wasting Weak- R inn, Dcbililjr, I.oss oC Kest. Poor Ap- ja petite. Bil!tm»ue#», Sick HcuUcbe. I,uw ■ Spiri...

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THE FARM. DIRECTIONS FOR USING NITRATH OF SODA ON POTATOES [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

THE FARM, DIRECTIONS FOR USING Nptfh. OF SODA ON POTATOES Nitrate of sod* i« beat u*»4 jw t*toe« &a a top-dreasinj. Jo" It is geawaJly desirafai#, wh* able, • to give potatoes a dressin^ farmyard manor* or atablt for the purpow of maintaining v&rJ' in the »oiI and enabling it to hold satisfactory quantity of moisture ' F«r early potato®*, farmy*r(j n,& ura or stable raaanre, if should always be given direct, ij' varieties, oil suitable soil, Wa„ y grown without it, irrv:v<cdiatelT' lowing another crop for' -which such dressing; has been applied. 3 On land rich in humus >n-r« ■ oy'5'tr, farmyard manure or stable manar> may often be dispensed with. Whether ordinary manure be applj^ 9r not, Potatoes should always b* dressed with phosph&tic manure ac$ with potash salts. Phosphatic manure, in the cas; 0t most soils, ia best applied, for p0tj. toes, in the form of eupervhosphate. From 2 to 4ewt. per acre of snp5r. phosphate (according to st...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

EXCEPTIONALLY Good for COLDS Mr. John W. Doyle, Secretary of the I Eight Hour and Labor Demonstration I Committee, Sydney, writing on Juty I, 1916, said : " It gives me much plea sure to state i have founcf MEAN'S ESSENCE an exceptionally good re medy for colds. Us moderate price and rapidity of action should make a special .Tppe.il to workers- with large families. . . HEAM'S ESSENCE sup plies a long-felt want in the home." HEAN'S ESSENCE is obtainable from Chemists and Stores. • Two Shillings' worth makes pne pint of finest quality Cough and Sore Throat remedy—as much as you can get of ordinary mixtures for 12s. K16 For Cbrouio Chest Complaints WoodaGreat Peppermint Cute, Is 63 CREDIT LOANS ok In sum* from £50 to G p&? cent Interest' from ); per sent, >1 ^ I cipal—'.vhie'riy~. oil th«; ;-;,n tr«l '"'-osns gtattwi oa Frreha\uV^"",l Leaseholds, v/h'.e'e ooaU b at, any time oa payment 01 y'^l Cnv.vareucs, No Charge for Mortgage l)taj £ohe& re&y bo paid c:T a...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Maldon Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

Maldon Hospital* .The monthly meeting was held last night. Piesent - Messrs Jno. Couchman fpresident), Meyer, A. Williams, Walker. Rerden, West,' M'Beath, Sotner, Rev Jones and Gibson (secretary). Apology—Mr J, Richmond!, The president (who was unavoid ably absent at the previous meetiug) returned thanks for his election and extended a welcome to the new members—Messrs Rerden, M'Beath, Williams and Rev Jones. The latter responded and said they would do their besr, as it was in teresting and Important work. The ma'ron reported that during the month 6 patients were admi'ted 7 discharged and 1 died ; remaining in hospital 8; 13 out-patients with 39 attendances ; daily average 5 ; Miss Stewart entered on her duties during month ; dona'ions—'Mrs Gibson milk, viesdaines Grylls, ! Wearne and Miss I«ewis cream, F. Moss Case apples, Mrs Treloar1 (Creswick) cream and eggs, Mes» dames Proves, Hale, Jones and Sweeting eggs, Mrs Hale mutton,; Mesdames Hale, Moore, Rerden and -Hales flowers. The ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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A HINT TO LAND CLEANERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

A HINT TO LAND CLEANERS.- | i As an aid to land-clearing, Mr. F. ! Cotton offers an idea which, from.his. j experience, he considers should be of.j ! service, says the Sydney "Daily Tele- I : graph.*' "This method," he says, j i "applies only to ground encumbered j , by old stumps or dry ring-barked i ! timber. The outfit required is a crow- j i bar, a long-handled 6hovel, and an or- j dinarv inch augur, with the shank j . lengthened to about 5 ft. The first j : step is to put down a hole about 2ft. 6in. deep at any convenient point on j one side of the tree or stump. Then ; , start at ground level on the opposite side, and bore a slanting hole through the tap root to a point a few inches above the bottom of the hole. Then light a small fire in the hole, and as soon as the flaine draws steadily up j through the augur hole, no further I attention is required." J Beans are such a valuable food' I that it would be an advantage to ag riculture if more attention were given to the crop. T...

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THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." FRIDAY EVENING, SEP[?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

T H ilatttmt Beta, Published Twice-a-Week " I'lBKM SERVO." 1RID.I Y 1. V£SlXOx SKI'/ The social held in tie RC<- , hail on Tuesday evening, capable management of >!is^Cro^ proved to be an an qualified fully SO couples being pre^f' eluding a number of soldiV-'-i visitors from Uastlemame^S floor bad been carefully prep';ie,>fr; dancing, acd owing to th="^ mnsic of Mr T. Hodsou-Cvio'Ja^ Butler (flute) and Miss (piano) one aud all thorough* joyed themselves. Mr P. Fi'n"! rick acted as -U.C., and a nuabH impromptu dances were alsopla~' by wi ling helpers. As usiulev-', detail was well atteuded to.^! competition for the euchre tc-j;-* ment was also very keen, Tht\iC prize (trinket set, gift of 3lVj Coleman) was won by Mrs while -vIr O. Stancombe securel-j gentleman's prize (alumiuabac'e! brush, gift of Miss Temby) play off with Mr H. Russell, sj-j were sweetly rendered by Bowen and Mr Stewart, of maine, and were loudly applaud The supper room was aisj decorated wi h bunti...

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Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

IftiBing1 Notes During the past week the fol lowing orushings - have been cleaned up at the local Govern ment battery—Johnson, Stacey and M'Cutcheon, 23 tons from Darling shaft tor 8oz lidwt; Springs Syndicate, 8 tons for lOoz 12dwfc. f-*mg and parity are now crushing a parcel from New Chum shatfc.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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FOR BARBED WIRE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

FOR BARBED WIRE CUTS. 4 With bo much barbed wire about, animals are sure to get cut now and again, and sometimes badly. The hrst thing to do is to put the ani mal where it can be kept quiet. Then bathe the leg every half hour for the first twenty-four hours, with a lotion ; made, of acetate of lead |oz., tinc ture of arnica 2 oz., water one quart. After the first twenty-four hours bathe the wound three times a day. If it fills up higher than the skin ap ply a little bichloride of mercury with a smooth piece of stick, but do not use more at a time than will lie an a sixpence, as there is danger of the poison being absorbed. A good ointment for healing the wounds or any general wounds on stock may be made as follows To four ounces of either lard or vase line, add one ounce of turpentine and j one ounce of eucalyptus oil. These j well mixed together ma'ce a useful • ointment for wounds. All wounds ' should always be well washed with j soap and water, or water with a lit- j ! tie lysol ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

In Memoriam. QftlGG—In loving memory of my dear husband, John Daniel, who died August ' 3rd, 1910; also my dear daughter, Hazel who died Seotember 8th, 1914. To memory ever dear. IiMrted by his loving wife and family. Wcnock St, Maldon. GBIGG—In loring memory of my dear friwd, Hizsl Jessie, who passed away ob September 8th, 1914. Just when life was sweetest, Violets were laid on her bieast, Th« windB of heaven blow softly, O'er that quiet and hallowed spot, But im the changing scenes of life3 By us you are not forgotten. —Inserted by her loving fiiend-J. G" Nesbitt.

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