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Sporting Notes[?] GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

3portr:g Ncr.gs - { • GOLF 'J.]> • srcound round of t-h« corn puti',. wiil bepiRVodoit .Haturtfar? 4f»'ir» noon, tbe draw being—Mrs Mayar v Crayf^'d, Miss Elliott v Mrs "ooke. Sirs Allan v Mrs "Martyr, Mrs Hartley y Mia a Brooks, Mrs Gray. There will also be "a competition against " Bogey'' for gentle men players. Members are requestedto bo oa the links at 2 o'clock sharp. B.LLI4.RDS. The following is the draw and handicaps 1 of maich in connection with tournament, at Athenroum ; 1st prize cue and case. 2nd trophy value 10s 6d. and result of games played to date :— Cowling"!5 beat Somer 10 bhd—200 to 105 Heron 15 on beat Socdsmau 20—200 to 144 Fraii;si 30 on beat Allan 10 on—200 f,o 193 Nankivell 10 on beat Woodward 20 bhd— 200 to 198 Salainy JO on beat jtf'Beatb 7-^—200 to 162 Keeson 20 on beat H Uren 60-200 to 187 Jnbbor 60 bhd bent blackmore 15 on— 200 to 173 Hatty HO on beat Baxtsr GO on—200 to 168 Lahn 15 on beat Cooper 10 bhd- 200 to 162 liabbscr beat A Grigg scr—200 to...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRY FARMING BY GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

DAIRY FARMING BY GUESS. I ? Certain inconsistenel## «n tb« part of come dairy farmer*, who in other j respects are shrewd, calculating nea, ( are thus aummarieed }>y an observant | correspondent I "The dairyman doesn't guess at the , amount of milk when he sella it. He | 4oe« not guess at the amount of j money he receiTes for it, but counts j every penny every time. Then why j should he guess at the amount of milk his own cow sells' him ? But he does, and never thinks how unbusi nesslike it is. "Every cow that does not pay her board, or that returns too little pro fit to be worth the time and invest ment of the owner, cuts down the profit of a good cow that much and reduces tBe average of the herd. It is reckless management to thus let the worthless cow squander the-large earnings of the really good animals to be found in almost every, herd. "This is not safe.dairying. It would be regarded in every other business as blind, thoughtless speculation or spendthrift extravagance. Yet ...

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

All interested 111 the welfare of the district are reminded that a public meeting will be held in the Shire Hall on Monday evening next, con.mencing at 8 o'clock, to receive the report of the Mining Development Committee, and to consider what turther action will be taken to advance the industry. A large attendance of the public is urgently requested. Our attention has been drawn to the outside clock at the local post office, which has failed to tick for .some time. It is con sidered that this convenient time piece should be kept going correc tly, but judging by the number of times it has been repaired the works must just about be played out, and the advisability of re placing it with a new one should be considered .by the depart ment. Patrons are reminded tnat the next Red Cross—Hospital social will take place in the Temper ance Hall on Tuesdsy evening ne*t, and ail who attend may rely j on spending an enjoyable time. Those willing to assist in pro viding refreshments should leave t...

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

Miss Wilson, Fruiterer Conlectioner High Street, Maldon Fresh Frnit always in stock. None but beet Contectionery kept HOT PIES, Tea nad. Coffee at all hoara. XJader New Management, THE POPULAR Kangaroo Hotel Thos. O'GRADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes 40 announce to the public of Mal ion a:-d surrounding districts thaf he taken over the above well known and long-established Hotel, and trusts by civility, com foined with cleanliness and strict attention to buaine^s, to. merit a Bhare of patronage. Nothing but the best brands of spirits • ~ -wines and liquors kept_ in stock, Splendid accommodation ana meals for travellers and visitors .[ free btablinc! Phone No. 5 A. A. EDHOUSE "fruiterer and Confectioner, Corner Reef and Templefcon -sts, A NNOTJSCBS that he has a good Collection of Frt •' Confectionery and Summer I>dnkB of all kinds at wholesale 'RatFS. A.geilt- for Bendigo Ice. \gentfor Joh^unainga famous Fruit Trees. Every tree guaranteed true to Se™iso wishes to announce thahe is ...

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

MONUMENTAL WORKS GEAHAM ST- ' CABTLEMAIN'E Marble, ani Granite, Monuments Of - nil D-53 riptions nlviyain Stock. Lettering and Gonoral Repairs Correspondence promptly attended to. Phone No, Do. Fodder Seeds. Smith's Seeds are sold on lionor try them - Write for quotations fo>M delivered ac yoic arrest fi uUvay Station, below Mefcr-'Hi'1--1 rices Lur 5o;i <,v.r1i.tUi'/3i«l«ir^,(jg^es free. Melbourne Address-Box 168-G..P. 0. GEO, SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. • Est. 1868 litest Mi f««it ji. KOW SHOWING M f I!ii Uatog Drapers In all Departments Goods Imported Direct. • Inspection Invited. Latest $ovelties in all Departments M?Oreery & Hopkins Castlemaine Beautiful Bridal Portraits No Weddin" nowadays is considered complete without the bridal portrait, and no brHal portrait is considered satisfac factory unless it beara the name of RICHARD^ & OU. This name is a guarantee that your Bridal Portrait will pos sess all the qualities that go to make a...

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

1HE- MOST PATIENT PEOPLE. iiust Show Annoyance at Times. Everybody has their hour of tronble Bu". people having any ir italioa of* the akin. Hare aiaoy hoars ot trouble, jtfofcbing 80 annoying j nothing so irritating. It's a hard and trying position, f eave it alone, and yoa can hardly bear it. Relief and care have come at la';t. People have put it to the teat. Loan's Oiutment cuies skin diseagu, People are learning that this is so. Here is a ease ia point .* Mrs .Murphy, Peg Leg Gruily, Mai don, says :—For years I waa troubled with an eruption of the skin, which was both itchy and painfnl, especially when the weather is warm. Oqp day when I was reading the paper L saw Doar Ointment advertised as a cure for forms of skin disease, so boaght a pot at onco. It was marvellous ilia way this preparation stopped the irritation and removed the eruption. Loan's Oiutment should certainly have a place in every household aud I am sure it will havj when people discover how good it is. Mrs Murphy...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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District News. Welshman's Reef. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 8 September 1916

District News, Welshman's Reef. On Friday last a concert was held ia the local school in aid of the j Patriotic Fund. The building was packed, and every item was loudly applauded, > Songs were rendered by children, Miss E. Lock, J. Sims, E. Pitts, D. Lock ; duets by M. Reweli and E. Lock, J. NeviU and E. Pitts, C. Maxfield and Et Lock, D. I,ock and Miss Bailey ; recitations by Flotence Kruss, W. Sims, L. Pifts, F. King-, C. King [2), M. M'Niece, S. King, G. King (2), J, Purcell; trio by -J. Nevill, F. Pitts and M. Pedler; in strumental quartette by A, Seers, M., M, and I.* Reweli, and several songs by the children. Special thanks are due to the following' ladles—Miss Reweli, of Maldon ; Miss May and Mat Reweli for music and general assistance ; AHss Brown for decorations, cos tumes, etc. and to others who assisted, The fund will benefit to the ex;ent of £>2 2s.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

INTERESTING ITEMS. f The submarine's deadliest enemy ifl the destroyer, which at its best can travel at the rate of forty-six miles an hour. . Three hundred and fifty-three wo men and 124 children have perished at sea as the rcBult of German sub marines, not including the deaths of women and children on the' "SubbcxV and "Persia." "Cavell oranges" are being import ed from Spain in large quantities. The thin paper in which each is wrapped bears a representation of the murder of the heroic^ British nurse by the Germans. More matches are used in Great Britain than in any other country in the world. They use an avarage of «ight matches each person a day. It takes the constant labour of 60,000 people to make matches for the world. The Hull trawler "Elf King" land ed a catch of fish which "has realised' the "record" sum of £3,670. The previous "record" of £3,480 was held by the" same vessel. Two other traw lers' catches'made £3,335 and £3,003 respectively. The British Government ordered 1...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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WISE AND OTHERWISE. AFTER ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

WISE AND OTHERS, < —v after all. Talk about Yankee shrewdy said the travelling man, I *aa ln ^ little tavern in Connecticut not iQn; • ago, and a farmer came in with egga to sell. The transaction took pi&w in the bar-room of the establishment The proprietor agreed to take t*o dozen, and when the farmer came to count ^over the contents of hiB has ket he found that he had 25 egg5. The proprietor wanted the extra eg? thrown in for good measure. The farmer didn't aee it that -way, and they argued the matter. At last the proprietor said he'd take the 25 eggs, give the man a drink, and call it square. The farmer agreed, and pocketed the money. "Now, what'll you have?" aaked the proprietor. The Yankee farmer was ready with his reply : "Sherry and egg," said he.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Paper-yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

Paper-yarn. 9 A fireman's outfit made of paper is the latest triumph of the German substitute-provider, and the news j papers are as extravagant in their I prophecies for the future of this new [ invention as they have been over the i many discoveries of which since their first appearance nothing more has J been heard. Paper-yarn, the inventor j of which iB one Herr Mavich, of Ad-1 orf, is not only the very beet ma terial for firemen's outfits that ever ! was, but, says Professor Binz, it will do away with the necessity of im porting any more jute, which Ger many in the past bought to the tune of 93,000,000 marks per annum from England. -f Mavich claims that liis . paper-yarn can be used.for the manufacture of carpets, upholstery, sacks and bags, stockings, ropes, waist-belts, blan kets ; it is a perfect substitute, in fact, for either jute, hemp, or wool. The "Berliner Tageblatt" forsees the ruin of the Indian jute trade. "What will India think of her clumsy tyrant now that she has...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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TO LOOSEN RUSTED SCREWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

TO LOOSEN BUSTED SCREWS. Rusted or tight screws holding metal parts' together can be loosened by holding a red-hot iron *of the pro per size on the head of the screw. After cooling the screws can be turn ed out easily.

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TO CLEAN STOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

TO CLEAN STOVES; An efficient and simple method. 01 j cleaning a stove is to brush off all | the dust, etc, with a whisk broom; this done, put the right hand in a firm paper bag and grasp a piece of soft cloth, which dip lightly in melt ed fat of any kind. Rub it over the i stove (avoiding the nickel parts) when the (ire is just lighted, or when the stove is partly cooled. Two minutes spent daily in this operation I will keep a stove in good condition. The greasy cloth will last several days without redipping in fat, after which more fat may be applied.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Ladies' Column. A BREAKFAST RELISH. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

Ladies' Column. ♦— A BREAKFAST RELISH. j Put a pound of sausage meat in a | jar, and stand it in a saucepan of boiling water. Let the contents Bteam gently for two hours. When nearly cold, mash the meat well with a knife, add a pinch of allspice, and pot for use. >

Publication Title: Maldon News
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

PRESBYTBBJAN CHU&CH, The sani'vsrsary coEcst£ iti con nsctioa with the above charcb, was held in the school hall on Saturday, night last, and despite ths threaten ing state of ths wasiher, the building was crowded, The pastor, Rev; <?» S. Thompson, presided, and explained the reasons why the committee o£ management had post ponsd the anniversary fair, wiaich was being held to raise funds to ettect «ery necessary repairs to the manse, which had got very old, and required attention. The anticipated cost would be about £6G or £70, aud aa they h*d helped other bodies they now look for assistance lu this direction, and the Fair would take place on Saturday, 14 th October nest, and by the help of their friends they hoped to pat: the mause in a proper state of repair, so that it would be a credit to . the Presbyterian 'Jhurch aud also to the town of Maldou, A firsi-class concert programme had been arranged under the management of Mr R. M'Beath, who is to be congratulated...

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Wounds and Infection. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

Wounds and Infection. .. * The professional healer, like the professional fighter, haB found that many of the things he learnt in South Africa he has had to unlearn in Flan ders. Wounds seldom proved trouble some in the Boer War, because the South African veldt was almost vir gin'; hut in . Belgium and France, where the land has been cultivated for centuries, the gentle germ" iB al ways ready to enter the0 smallest wound and** bring about tetanus and other, diseases. At first the surgeons were in des pair, fearing that our much-vaunted antiseptics we're of no avail. It required long search and experi ment before methods of overcoming new difficulties could be discovered. Then, owing to the lavish use of high explosive shells, wounds are. more complicated and more difficult to keep clean, while the pointed bullet works more harm than the blunt one of the "good old days." Plenty of fresh air is found to work marvels, so there is at least one hospital in. which the patients live practi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

Do You Enjoy'What You Eafc. If you don'tyour food do&s cot do you mucli goyd. There js no way to maintain the health and strength of mint! and body oxeept by nourishment There is no way to nourish the body except through tbo atoui arh. The stomach must be kept healthy pure aud sweet or the strength will go down and disease will result, hi i*hoidon's Di gestive Tasules are the rerued y tbat evaiy one should take when there u anything wrong with the swmach. Poor appetite, loss of strength, nervouenesg, headache, bad breath, heartburn, indigestion and dyspepsia are quickly relieved, by the «*; of bv Shel dons Digestive Tabuly.-- Thue iabuJes re present the natural juices of digestion, eom biued with the sreate>t knj\rn tonic and reconstructive properties. Tboy simpl? do the work of the stomach, relieving ifcbat weakened organ and permitting it "to rest and recuperate, M'hon you take Dr Sbeldons Digestive Tabules, CTerythiog you eat tastes i good, aud every bit of tho nutrime...

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Spain's Popular Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

Spain's Popular Papers. • . • I Many ' people will be surprised to learn that the Spanish language is ! spoken by nearly 85,000,000 people, and ranks above the Russian,, Ger man and French and Italian tongues. Its commerce is concerned with 21 | nations, and is developing to such an extent that Spanish, to quote Lord Burnham's words, "iB, next to English, the greatest language of in-> ternational commerce." Spain recognises this, and that is why a feature of Spanish journalism to-day if; the number of trade papers that are published. Every chamber of commerce in 3pain has its own pa per, while the only Spanish periodi cal published in England is the "El Comercio Hiepano-Britanico" (The Anglo-Spanish Trade), an illustrated quarterly review published by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce. Every- Spanish town has its news paper. The most notable, perhaps, is "El Heraldo," published, in Mad rid, which might be called the Span ish "Times." "El Mundo," another paper published in Madrid, i...

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THE Maldon News Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERVO." TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

Published Twice-a-Week riDEU SERVO." 1CESUA y £V£yi.X(,\ sE!,, The weekly war iatercsis?;-.! service will be held this evenin=":J 7,30 in the Congregations! Cht^! wheu i he address will be dt!iv=;:j| by the Rev. W, R. Jones, j-j public are cordially ;ayi^*| attend. That ''Jack is as pood as May ba all vor~ well as Despite such patrer, 111 men as ja^ The best will be always the be-::, In the keea competition for trade,"" Worth alouo can succeed eaJure- i I For coughs or colds this principle to!:* j ! In Woods' Great Peppermint Cure!"" Among those who recently; ted for active service atd accepted appears the aama q; ward Rewell (son of Mr ads W. Rewell,}, of Maldon.aadl Jones, formerly of Maldon. Our readers are finally of the third social dance in the hospi'al and Red Grossi to be held in the Temparaacsi this (Tuesday) evening. J arrangements have been the best of music will be prot'ci Valuable prizes have been j for the euchre touraamea!, ! gent's prize (donated by j t*rigg) being a...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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WINDMILL PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

WINDMILL PUDDING. The other day a party of recruits were drafted to a certain camp. One of them, turning to a man who had been, there twelve months, said : "What sort of food do they give you here ?" •'Oh," said the other, "fairly good. Pudding after every dinner." "Is that so ?" intervened the re cruit. "What sort of pudding are you having to-day ?" "Windmill pudding," said the other man. "What sort of pudding is that?" asked the recruit. "Oh," said the other, "it's this sort, you see; if it goes round you get some." What is freakish to-day may -be "good form" to-morrow. Irritable Old Man "I say, does this bus always make this racket?" Conductor : "No, sir ; only when it's running."

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MINING DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE. Enthusiastic Meeting. Further Action Decided Upon. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 12 September 1916

MINING development J COMMITTEE. I ♦ - Enthusiastic Meeting. Further Action Decided Upon. The public meeting convened by the Shire President;, for the purpose of receiving the report of the work done by 'he Maldon Mining Devel opment Committee, was held in the Shire Hall last night- There were present—Crs T. Bell (president), Hutton, Bowen, Rev Jones, Messrs Meyer, Uren, Waterson, A. r,rigg, Co/lard (2), F. Stacey, Somer, A. Dabb, Baker, Hodge, T. Cooper, 6 Rewell, Brooks, A, Jones, Pryce, Duscbka, Lidston, Hibbert, Cook, Halfpenny, P. Maddocks, Salamy, Gaynor, M'Failane, Huisb, Leach, Petersen, l:irm;ngbam, Martyr, Couchman, Allen, I^aity, Ure and Musgrave. Apology—W". Rewe'l. Mr i\leyer gave a lengthy report of what had been accomplished by the committee, including the visit of the Minister and the departments exper's, and the boring operations now in progress in the Muckleford Valley, where the first bore was down 60ft and not bottomed yet. The committee wished to express their th...

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