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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

English Baptist Senday School ANSTiVERSABY on Sunday,. Sept 24 —Annual Entertainment on Wed nesday, September 27th Preacher—Ms H. B. Densiston, of the Open-Air Mission,. Melbourne BY PUBLIC AUCTION-. Byinstructions from the Mortgagees. THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th' ... At % o'clock: sharp. AtSojier & Dabb's Omce Main. Street Maldon, A valuable Little Property Situated at German.Beef, Maldon. known as " Alohr's." THE Property comprises 13 Acres of rich Freehold Hand sown down with clover.and other grasses, and (-he improve | ments, which consi t of a substantial w,b. buildingoto rooms, kitchen, brick dairy. Cellar, four-atailed Stable with Iofct, buggy shed, fodderhouse; and an all g.i, bay. shed (.36 z 15ft), fowl houses, pig sties,. T g.i tanks, dam and fencing' Terms—One-fourth cash, and the bal ance in 1,2 and 3 years at G per cent per annum ; or cash right out Full particulars of title on application to Messrs M'Cay & Thwaites, Solicitors-. Casr em-iins and ITaldon iNc,t...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SELECTING DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

SELECTING DAIRY COWS. There are good cows and inferior cows in all breeds, and the value of a herd must always depend largely upon the owner's selecting the right individuals in any given t>reed. A i first consideration is yield of milk and butter fat ; second1, conformation of type ; and third, pedigree. The only infallible guide in the selection i of cows is the actual butter record. The a-mount of butter from a cow is by no means solely determined by the quantity of milk she gives. It de pends as much on ■ the richness as it does on the quantity of milk. With heifers and dry cows judgment as to their value must largely be based upon conformation and pedigree! The points under the head of conforma tion may be considered as dairy tem perament, feeding capacity, constitu tion, milk organs and quality. Dairy temperament is indicated by a spare, angular form ; large, bright expressive eyes far apart ; a large, straight, prominent backbone, and an active disposition as opposed, to s...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XVII. HONOUR LOST AND SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

CHAPTER XVII. , HONOUR LOST AND SAVED. True to his promise made to Nick Carter, Clark Elgin visited the bank that Christmas morning. In fact, despite that he knew the bank ac counts to be correct, with the excep tion of the Bardolph loan, he dared not ignore the promise given. It was j almost certain that Nick Carter was j working beneath the surface, he rea soned, and that he himself still might be suspected and very possibly sub jected to an espionage. Therefore El gin acted in apparent accordance with the promise made, and about ten in the morning let himself in through the great oak doors of the Ark* Na tional Bank. | • The'silence within was like that of a tomb, yet the morn'nj sun lay warm and bright on the " curtained, windows, and the great rooms seem ed close and dry. ll-e glanced over^the polished desks and counters, gleam-' ing and glistening with a lustre all ! their own,, and crossing the tesselated ! marble floor, he entered the directors' J room in one corner of the n...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEPARTURE OF MR T. WOODLOCK. Presentation by Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

DEPARTURE OF MR T... j WOODLOCK. j : - a , ! Presentation by Teachers. At the Maldon State SchooL on : Thursday afternoon the sta_ assembled in one of the class rooms for the purpose of saying good bye to Mr Thomas Wood lock, who was recently promoted as first assistant of the Middle Park, school, and wno • will not resume duty localy -after the holidays next week, The lady teachers had provided a daintv repast of choice delicacies, for which they were sincerely thanked at the conclusion, and the room was prettily decorated with Sowers. :" Mr Cofrey, head teacher, in voic : ing the feelings of the staff, said they were all sorry what Mr Wood lock was going away, but were glad to know that his departure meant well-earned promotion. As a slight token of esteem in which he was held bv the teachers! he wished io present 31 r Woodlock with silver backed clothes —and brushes, which would serve to remind him of his association, with the TVfa'don school. Mr Hartley said as a co-worser with ...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

Mining Notes During the past week the follow ing crushing® have been cleaned up ! at tlie Government battery J;! Annand and party (Sandy Creek) crushed 28 tons, but owing fco some dispute the yield is not available ; •Jones and- Halfpenny (Carlyie (sally) ! 5 tons for 4ozs 6dwts smelted gold;! S. Allan QCentral Extended) will! clean ap 35 tons this afternoon for a fair average yield, and Morcoci and Eudey (Lady's Reef) will £s£art crashing about. 12 cons to-day.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN APPEAL TO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

AN APPEAL to women. Scae months ago the Rid Cross j Socie'y instituted a s=~i-g meeting i at the Temperance Hail ave ry '-Ted- j nesday free 3 to 5 o'cicck. So far, on'";ide these cf tlrs com mittee who attend. only 3 other women have cursed up. As i: is impossible to make s per sonal canvass ay committee have asked —e o appeal through your columns to their fellow women for ; help :a this work. Que has only to look at those dreadful casualty lists of late to realise that the need for Red Cross comforts is greater now that it has ever been. Trench warfare in France is exacting even a bigger toll cn cur Australians than did GalHpcIH. Wich winter approaching oui men* will soon be facing all the discom forts of. trench. life. They cannot slacken off their efforts and it would be sad if we did so. We ask yon therefore if only a few more could give up from 3 to 5 on. a Wednesday afternon, if you can only 'come occassianally do so, there will always be work to doi if you. can set sside the...

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 — 22 September 1916

Maldon Produce Market (Per "Ores Bros, Maldon) Latest Quotations— Onions—Ifilfas for Is . Whpair— 5s 3d bushel Chaft—3s cwx Potatoes—2s quarter ^ Bran—is 3d bushel Lard—Is lb -Butter—Is 3d to l&6d per lb Flour—501bs 6s 3d, 251bs 3s 6d Bacon—Is to Is 3d lb Cheese—Is lb Sugar—3s 9d dozen lbs Jam—61b tin 2s, 21h tin 9d - Cheddar cheese—lQd tiir ■ iggs —lOd per doaen.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

RAIJ-^Y MAS'IFEST, Goads and paresis w.sre lying at the local, taiiwav station co-day for:.-— . . -. ■ Geo as—Adams, Davis, Willersaorf. Parcels—CooEr. NIS. W- Bank, Calder,. JTniglit, Laity, LondonGowi Trsngove; Tibba!ls,Tyer5,'lI'Leod, SL'Artliuiv tfray, EoMn", Dennis,. Davis, D'Arejv Tudor,. Franzi, Oswald's, Gas W'orirs, Harrop. Gienning, Bawell and Pullan

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIMING TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

I 1 — I TIMING TRAINS. I —— j A railway official explained ho"" a I train's speed can be told with ac j curacy whilo travelling.. ffe pulled oat his watch, atrd, alter quickly glancing at it, peered intent ly out of the window. In a Jittle while he remarked, quietly : "This train is going between 32 miles an hour. If you are ever curious about it, just look at the in side of the outer rail on the opposite side of the line for a minute or two, I until you find that you can distin j guish where one rail joins the other, j then count the joints, and as many j rails as you pass in ' twenty-one .C?c" j onds is the number of miles your j train is travelling an hour." So great is the velocity of electri city that it could travel round thfl world eight times in a minnte. Mrs. Volubel (viewing a house 'or is ale): "Oh, how beautiful — bow ex ' quisite ! The magnificent svrro'ind i in.^s make me perfectly speechless. : Her Ktwband : "Then I'll buy the house." - 2050.

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEAT.—Per W. Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

MEAT.—Per W- Rowe. I Side mutton—?id Ib -ir'aJl ieg -9d lb. Fullfcur quarter—3d b. Best rcast—lOd Ifc. Other roasts—9d !b. Spring iamb—10d per ib. Lama—Forequarter IGd, leg is Samp iteair—li lb. Beei lOd lb. Steak beef- 3d lb in lamp.. Com beef—3d. 9d and IQd'per lbr bsief—cd Ib. Saasazes—Sd lb. Tripe—3d ib —Is per dosen. P-rk—I'M per lb

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

Til Pf--nlt ' I "••'ic: S-fL' - j »'•>!•• nod A sate 'irr.r.-h; is 1 Cn-od I-.- DrS'-e!. on'.- ! yaw Dis- over . j \T -.-.n Gordon, was -'.ilerfor • -r I r-xf; • o.tiis wit .1 very s-T<-re o-i '. »;:>i | acui< i-rucusitis, which sapurvunt i t<;r > an a'1 of mu.rs es, write? lfr !. w". j Brsa':.-5j;car, 8t> Gowne-sti'-sr. I'-y.x'. --vn. i 2>-S.V»r- We tried aevsnl medicines '-v| did not improve hia condition, and v j -vcr'j j very macii afraid that the chronic- ri'-ui.-ic- : with, iiis 'incs wocid turn to censurr. '.-m. Fortunately wa bad tried Cr >'hti dun's 'r'n Pills with very good results ia ;i -:nss kid-aey trouble in a member or my 'ami:?, and as-they were so good we decided to c?:?e Dr Sheldon's New Disco'-ery a trial in tlicj case ef Gordon. Wi did 40 and ••vqv;- ?ur piised and delighted to &nd that he com menced to improve almost immediately. arj-i : the dry coughing-, which kept hies .v.vake | atost of the Eight com...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECONOMIC USE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

ECONOMIC USE OF LAND. • ^ D. W. Evans, the noted owuer of the Riverview Farms in Illinois, ha* for years handled a large herd of ! Jersey cows on the soiling systein, feeding the same summer and winter, in tho main, on ensilage and lucerne hay with no pasture. The experiment has proved a success. Mr. Evans sums up the whole question in the one sentence—the most economic use of land. I i There is no doubt whatever that the very best of farmers are yet a ; long way in judgment, conviction, an:l practice from the most economic UBe of their land. Somehow tradi . tion, the practice all above us, our own lack of confidence In new thin;*, keep us in the background. But we must come to it. To use the land of our farm in the most econonrc man ner is the keynote of all farming and especially live stock farming. It is right in this line of farming that this combination of the silo and lucerne finds its best and. clearest expression its most conclusive demonstration of economic results, and, wi...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

GOLF, The play-oii in the iariiea tcurnarcenn j for Mr Clarke's nopiiv took place jc-ster- ■ day atiarzLccu be*srsen Mrs Cocks and i Miss Elliott, and was woe by sue .omer ] hv a narrow u: a rein of points. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

Miss Wilson, "Fr-utterer Oontectioner High Ptroet. Maldon Freeh Frnit always in stock. None ' but best Confectionery kept _ - HOT PIKS, Tea aai C^fEes at all hours. . 'Under New Management, THE POPULAR Kangaroo Hotel Tlios. O'GRADY (Late of Fairfield) Wishes to anaouuce to the public of MaJ.ion aad surrounding districts thai he haa taken over llie above well known auu long-33tablished Hotel, and trusts by civility, com fcined with cleanliness ■ and strict attention to buainess, to merit a Bhare of patronage; Nothing but the best brapds of spirits wiaes aud liquors, kept; in stooK, -1 a , Splendid accoramodatioii .and- "/ meals for travellers and . v; ' visitors' n ;5 ^r,.f , Free- stabling" " Phone No-.f,5 -. A, A. E DHOUSE I-':*uiterer and Confectioner, Corner Reef and Templeton sts, Announces that he has a good Collection of Frnit Confectionery and Summer brinks of all kinds at wholesale ! Rates. argent for■'?' Bendigo' Icfe. - > Agent for JohnBrunnings famous Fruit . Trees. Ev...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

;.vr MONUMENTAL WORKS (VRAM AM ST. CA8TLEMAINE Marble aionnmeflts Of all D,e3-ription's ahv-iys in S^ock. Lc tiering1 and Q snoral Rer&irs Con-esponaence prompt'.y uttenviel to. Phone Ko. 93. . Smith's Seeds are sold on lienor Try them: W,i ef,rq«t,U»= iyea.13, delivered at your rarest Railway Station. b9io* geibr^Ti'.- ;iiccs tor , q*di:te w'*Kg^logl;e3 free. Melbourne Acdiess-Box:163 G.P.a. GEO. SMITH, Seed-and'Plant Merchant, Ballarat Est-1865 PjVpy^ mm® fr/v / r?:.*.. \h ■; »■:' T-^i $ III i ^ i it m Ml ill ykl it NOW SHOWING *,I ws The In all Departments Goods imported Direct. Inspection Invited. Latest Novelties in all Departments M'Creery & Hopkins Castlemaine beautiful Bridal Portraits So Wedding nowadays ia considered complete without the bridal portrait, and no brijal portrait i's considered saii'sfac factory unless it bears the nani9 of RICHARDS &' 00. Tbis name is a guarantee that your' Bridal Portrait will pos sess all the qualities that go to ma...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

In jfemojclam» j ■'~zfaFF-~^ moving memory 01 aixr i ::aiys"i and ens dear taiher, | 5%-rd iibf-f? LoagscaSaecldeatsiIIy f Ir'*; -Vptoiabcr -{2adf 1315. | ^ > j .'ink death cannon sever, r -raeuibrnnce lives far ever. b%* iis '.ovisg wife and childrE

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THE Maldon Hems Published Twice-a-Week. "FIDEM SERC[?]." FRIDAY EVENING, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

Published TwIce-a-Week. •r Jt-r*7'-*" l-'IDKM SERVO." FJUL ay avzxixo, >:i :>-r. Au official notice appears ^ ,. j advertising columns to the^.J that the Maldon shire council in'^l to take legal proceedings,^.vi^l further notice, agaiust 111 who have! not paid their end sanitary rates and do? ?Z7'$k Septj30th-.§ ° ■L remarkable feat was acv,..! "plished in the town on Weda^tSl when Mr Arthur Hill (of Harris-! Motor Garage, Castlemaine) driv: a Ford motor car, with £ as a passenger, went up the "st«5 ascent on the north side of aV-:J Avenue, and returned by the" sac^ route without mishap. This formance speaks well for the fames Ford cars, and won the admiratio! of all who witnessed it, as it ;? |v first motor to traverse the track! Some weeks ago Mr F, Jebb drow up Anzac drive on the sousb side: the bill to the top iu his Ford ca; but this is uot as s;eep ?.s the side» which he may traverse later' date. Word Las been received tb: P.ivate J as. Hutchinson, or 1,^11 coorie, has b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 22 September 1916

T-.-mk Baotist Sunday' £afcersar?- citations held ce"t: Sunday, ±he yr Desnision, o£ Open Melbourne, will con F-«- The ii -•n3'' .-t-p phmr ana I'Mr ^"^V-r^ss in the church-. .j ;t a.ra., « eic/srs. assisted ov the choir nZ? friends, will render special ;r"c;cat=5ch service, and at the ,";7mcon and evening services, Miss if i'sdsea. of Melbourne, will ren P!os, 2nd also assist with iurabers. The aanaal t Is to be held in the Wednesday nest. ^ fVcod programme cf music,, dia |£as5."rsc^at:o!:s stc-> &as been, abided and the price of admission? Ltsipsncs. Hc-cS—Limited number of .set-, .•asfrees Black and Buff. Orpine l?jc fbreo trots Prize winners —,rw p. Hodge, from Prize j) To; apply Ft |"\T«ys?' omcs Maidoc, Pole.a Enjcy What You Eat. r? rr::'kn't 7-;ar toed dces-.not do you; •r: :rsi. Thcrs is no '.ray to maintain ; f-SrJti a~a .frsngtii of mind and bodyi ,'I^t :.T srjrsbaenr- There is no way to j ir.s hedy except through the atom- ; 'S lie itoisrich must be kept health...

Publication Title: Maldon News
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 26 September 1916

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. I Salt in whitewash makes it adhere ! better. } To remove stains from a steel fen der rub with a piece o{ raw potato. Sprinkled on the carpet beforo sweeping, salt will lay the. dust and ! revive the colour. Meat may be kept good in summer by lightly covering it with bran and hanging it in some dry cellar. Do not throw away orange peel, but dry in the oven, grate the yellow part, and use for flavouring cakes, it gives a delicious orange taste. If you happen to have run out of boot polish, a few drops of lemon juice rubbed briskly on the black or ' brown leather will give it a brilliant polish. Grease spots on the pages of books Bhould be sprinkled with finely-pow dered pipeclay, then a piece of tissue paper laid over the pipeclay and the paper pressed with a warm iron. Rub off .with indiarubber. To prevent doormats from fraying take a large packing needle, some medium-sized string, and with this buttonhole stitch all round the edges. The stitches should be about lin...

Publication Title: Maldon News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEMBLETON PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Maldon News — 26 September 1916

PEMBLETON PUDDING. Equal quantities—say, a breakfast cupful—of breadcrumbs, minced suet, [and chopped raisins, or sultanas, a little grated lemon peel, half a cupful of sugar, and two eggs to bind. Mix thoroughly. Place the preparation in a pie-dish, and bake until firmly set. Make a custard with custard-powder, or with eggs and milk ; sweeten it to : taste, and flavour with lemon or al j mond essence, the last-named prefer ably. Pour the custard over the pic, ; and finish baking.

Publication Title: Maldon News
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