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Coal Miners Resume GREAT STRIKE ENDING. GOVERNMENT CONDITIONS ACCEPTED. DECISION OF DELEGATE BOARD. POSITION OF TRANSPORT WORKERS. NEWCASTLE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
Coal Miners Resume ^ GREAT STRIKE ENDING. GOVERNMENT CONDITIONS ACCEP TED. DECISION OF DELEGATE T50AKI). POSITION OF TRANSPORT WORKERS. NEWCASTLE, Saturday. •It lias been recommended to the lodges by the Australian Coal and Shale Miners' Federation that the men should return to .work on the conditi ons laid down by the Government. iThe South Greta ;Lodge met at ■Maitland this morning, and decided unanimously to go .back to iwork. lit is expected that other lodges will take similar action. .Mr A. C. Willis, secretary of the Coal and Shale (Employes' 'Federation, states that unless unsurmountable dif ficulties arise there is likely to ibe a general resumption of work next week. sit is stated in union circles that if the miners go -back the Transport (Wor kers' Federation will declare strike off. SYDNEY, Saturday. "All 'I can say is that the matter is being dealt iwith iby the lodges to-day and to-morrow, and the results will reach me .by -three o'clock on Monday afternoon." said Mr A....
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE! r. GUILDFORD. In response to a letter received tos Mr P. C. Baker, secretary of the Cas'* lemaine 'Hospital, an effort will be e** fie to hold a concert and dance in ^ of that institution on October 30. ^ meeting will ,be held in Harford's on Friday night next to complete ar rangements for the entertainment 33^ all citizens are invited to attend, i good programme by talented Castle j maine performers has been promise | if necessary. tA large brown snake was killed W Mr D. 'Ralston near Mr J.-Steven's t&*" idence last week. Mr Ralston sesv stepped on the reptile which enii#T" ored to escape into a hole near-by, &"• was quickly rendered hors de cc®te> 'by means of a short stick. The' regrettable news was received last week that a promising youngDi*" ive of this district, aged seventeen named R. Molloy, had met with an ac cident Tvkilst engaged in his voc^®3 as -a shunter in the rail-way yards, $*' bourne, which necessitated the'amP3'* ation ...
MR HUGHES AT MALDON OPENS CHURCH FAIR. REFERENCE TO STRIKE. CLASS WARFARE THE CURSE OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
MR HUGHES AT MUlDoii OPENS CHURCH Pair ' REFERENCE T0*ST&IKE ' •' CLASS WARFARE THE CTJR$E n, AUSTRALIA. ' ! The adherents of the .\ia,, ■Walmer Congregational Church°?aD3 moted an Australian 'Fair or h3 which was opened in the Temn '1 Hall at Maldon, on Fridav I Mr W. .M. Hughes, the Prime vf? b? The hall was beautifully deon^!"' : and pretty stalls, with their sSr* adherents, were well patronised h packed audience, which had as-if! to assist the cause, and to w ? Prime Minister, as this was hj. visit since lie was elected as th» presentative of Bendigo on 5th Mav ,€r. -Bowen, the shire presides t sided. The pastor of the chur-h F. Townend) explained that theobW of the gathering was to raise funds f' the church, which had a debt of ■ and by this effort thev expe^lT"' raise £100. They wer^ deeply i™" ful .to Mr. Hughes for coming aw and were delighted to see him trusted this would only :be one of m 5 visits he 'would be able to pay toA?? don. (Mr. Hughes, who received an 0T}...
FAREWELL TO SERGEANT O'BRIEN APPRECIATION OF RESIDENTS. PRESENTATION OF PURSE. A PLEASANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
FAREWELL TO SERGEANT O'BRIEN APPRECIATION OP RESIDENTS. * PRESENTATION1 OF PURSE. •A PliHASANT FATHERING. Alttourt he lu.M *•»> , vpars tue citrzena are sincerely >ears 01Brien is leaving sorry that Sergeant them. He had to go, as to-day he at tains the rank of Sub-Inspector, and to morrow he leaves for "f" " cessio"" fo S^-lnspSlor McPh«»n, * s°er»Kmt°OBrlcn was not allowed to deXrt^Wtout some taopWe endence Of the people's godd will, and on Sa urday night the Stock ^change r&lt;x>m was crowded with citizens, ' come to say goodbye to him. Cr W. F. Taylor presided, and announced several apologies for non-attendance. The . chairman referred to the a™lc" able manner in which their guest ha j always discharged his duties as a poi ice officer,'who had invariably temper-j ed justice with mercy, while carrying out his work in a conscientious man ner. His assistance during election time was particularly appreciated. While regretting »Sergt. O'Brien s de parture from the to...
The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock &. Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER I. The Cup of Happiness. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
The Law of tiie Land By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrunjjoment wifh Messrs. Ward, Lock &. Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER I. The Cup of Happiness. RaJpii Kiagsmill flrew a deep .breath as he looked around. It seemed life had suddenly brought him all that man could desire. In his _ waking dreams he had pictured this, never hoping to see it realised. And now it had all come to him in most unex pected fashion. A week before, what had lie been? A poor, struggling au thor, with one or two minor successes to his credit, burning with unsatisfied , ambition, strong at one moment, la mentably weak the next; in short, a brilliantly clever man, cursed with the I temperament that usually goes with the artistic faculty. He had had his debts and his dissolute companions, he had known a full pocket and a purse so lean that starvation had stared him in. the face. The sordid side was the more painful, agonising, because Ralph had known the luxury of a' refined home, and was an old...
WAR BONDS POPULAR. (Reuter's Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
Wuiill BOXPS POPULAR^, xn i!F"' (Reuter'a Ca3?Ie.J A feature of the operations on t!ie London Stock Exchange on Friday ^ * rise of three points in the 4J P^" ^ war loan,, making the price on the holder's right to convert B at Par into national war bos a* of »TC3 or ten years' currency uemg an* ^ | ced. ■Prominence will probaWy iba in the ;State Budget speech this tt^ the scheme recommended by. [ committee of experts for the genef* [ Ion of electricity from the ^0E*>a brown coal at the coaffietd,* transwiseioj^ of tie eurrest to to* ^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
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MOST DANGEROUS OF MINOR AILMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
■MOST DANGEROUS OP MINOR AIL MENTS. Of the nr.nor ailments a cold is by far the -most dangerous, not in itself, ibut in the serious diseases it so often leads to. Pneumonia and consumpti on always start with a cold. "When you have a cold you are much more likely to contract the infectious diseases su ch as diphtheria, scarlet fever, and whooping-cough. Colds are easily cur ed; in fact, Chamberlain's Cough Re medy is famous for its cures of this most common ailment, and is pleasant and sa-fe to take. Why take such des perate chances when so reliable and trust",vorthy a medicine may be obrain ed for eighteen pence? Sold by Geo. Clark and San, .Wholesale 'Distributors. 'It having been found necessary in the present unrestful state of affairs to prohibit meetings on the Yarra :bank the Lord (.Mayor on Saturday made an urgent appeal to all loyal citizens to refrain from going there or gathering in the vicinity. - An amendment to the orders to the Australian Imperial Force provides that n...
METEROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
MBTEROLOGtiOAIL OBSERVA TIONS. — 1 .T. The following readings are supplied by Mr. Max 'Pineus, of Market Square. The readings ar-3 for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. thermometer. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Saturday SI 62 40 Sunday 86 B6 40 iBAROMETBR. Saturday .. .. .. 29.29 "falling. Sunday .. .. .. .. 29j16 steady. ' The official iforecwt lor to-day is. Flue generally.
CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TAIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
CASILE3IAL\E POST OFFICE MAILS ± Tttl'E-TAIBLE. iMol'bourne, close 6.30 a.m., 12.lo p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, G a.m., 10.30 a.m., A p.m., 9.30 p.m. Woodcnd, close, (3.30 a.m.; arri\c 10.30 a.m. •Campbell's Creek, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeen, close 6.30 a.m., 3.o0 p.m., arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. 'Guildford, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.30 p.m. Tarilta, close 6.30 a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. (Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7..30 a.m. iWoodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. ■Moonlight Flat, close 0.30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, closc, 6.30 a.m.; ar [ rive 7.'20 p.m. IChcwton, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.,m., 7:20 p.m. iFryerstown, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p.Jn., 7.20 p.m. Yauglian, close G.30 a.m.; arrive, 7.20 p.m. 'Glenl'.ice, close 6.30 a.m., iMon., .Wed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., .Mon., iWed., Fri. iHarcourt, close 9.45 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 0.45 a.m.:' ...
AIR RAIDS ON BRITAIN TWO DURING WEEK-END. LITTLE DAMAGE DONE. TWO MACHINES BROUGHT DOWN. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
AIR RAIDS ON BRITAIN —- . TiWO DTJR'INO AVTSEK-IEX'D. LITTLE ;DAJV1 A:3 E DONE. TWO MAGH.IXE3 BROUGHT DOWN. OReuter.) 'Aeroplanes attacked the south-east coast of Britain on Friday evening.' They failed to'reach the metropolis. Bombs were dropped ou Kent and Es j?ex,.... Ta&V.c-.were uo, casualties, au;I the damage &lt;was insignificant. ■ Two enemy machines were Brought down. LATER. A British official announcement says —Enemy aeroplanes crossed the coast of Kent and Essex in groups, between S and 9 o'clock on Saturday evening. Several 'bombs >were dropped on Lon don, and in the north-eastern and south-western districts, also at various places 'in Kent and Essex. 1X0 -parti culars of casualties and damage have yet been received.
The British Front SUCCESS COMPLETED. ANZACS' LOSSES LIGHT. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
The British' Front ? SUCCESS COMPLETED. AXZACS' LOSSES LIGHT. (•United Service Special Caible.) That there has been a cessation of German counter-attacks is the :best tribnte-to the completeness of the suc i cess 'won in Flanders. Warm sunshine continues, making possible steady advances of guns, Toads and railways. The shelling has be come more intense, especially of the back regions, which the enemy's high velocity explosives are continuously searching. It requires an inordinate, amount oi shelling of this description, however, to disturb the armies which j work in support of the thin striding lines in front. Barrages are occasion ally requisitioned at night. To-day's indications are that the Germans are exhausted, and are awaiting reinforce ments from Russia. The lightness of the Australian los ses was due to the rapidity of the ad vance and the length of the battle front, along which the German artil lery was perforce scattered.
CORRESPONDENCE REV. R. DITTERICH AND MAGNA CARTA. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
CORRESPONDENCE •• — &lt;R®V. R. /B'lTTER'IGH A'N'D MAGMA. CARTA. Igir,—A journey to. the country pre cluded me ere this from saying how surprised 'I wa« lo Jgarn from Mr. Dit terich, at the (Protestant Federation meeting that the Great Charter was the foundation of 'the rights and liberties of Englishmen. I always understood that the 'Charter was merely a "^bar gain" between the King and .his -barons and tributaries. That it Had not, and never could have had, any force against an Act of Parliament. The great ,body of the Anglo-Saxon population ware enslaved to the descendants of the ori ginal. Norman 'barons, who owned all the land. tRememiber that there were no manufacturing, no commercial or banking interests to check the power and rapacity of the landlords. The unfortunate English farm laborers were at the mercy of the ibarons. IWhat did, what could, the 'Magna Carta do for £3),em? 'Would Mr. Ditterich kindly explain ?=« rYours, etc., smmm ICastlemaine, "'"™ra!ITi; I 29th...
CHAPTER II Dashed From His Lips. "I might ask [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917
CHAPTER it . ' I Dashed From Hi# i;., rii ph f not- if«„ *™' - -'PI, "1 miglit ask you the samp „„ tlon," Ralph, said playfully long pause. "Are you quits W, !, ® ling, that I am the only man'" "Passing fancies," Enid . l a little laugh. "Of course, I men that I liked. At one time it *?l 1 Stephen Holt. I fancy you met ^ at the Ronald-Claytons. He be at Eton with my brother B»-a am talking nonsense, Ralph, 'sm, is good for me to lie in your armss«* i tell you these little things." *! "I know the man," Ralph said 7 ' as h.e wo aid, he could not keep | hardness out of his voice, *ii,: forgotten that your brother ami Bo wers friends. We were all at fc* together, as a matter of fact IC met Holt recently. Where is he no** "How small the world really \i&lt; she exclaimed. "Mr. Holt is ^ with a friend near us and is ^ with • us to-night. He goes baci? town by the last train, Can't I» Euade you to come over to-night & meet him?" But Ralph shook his head. far more disturbed a...