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TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

TELEPHONE CH ARGES., REViI'SED SCiVL'E. DISTRICT iCKXTHES. .Recently a revised scale of charges for telephone calls of centres within 50 miles of Castlemaine came into op eration. The details are : — Between S Between 7 a.m. and p.m. and 7 p.m. S a.m. Bariver's Creek 2d. 2d. Bendigo 6d. 4d. Baringhup 4d. 4d. Fryerstown 2d. 2d, Guildford 2d. 2d. Kyneton C>d. 4d. Harcourt 2d. 2d. Malnisbury 4d. 4d. Melbourne ' 1/4 8d. Maldon 4d. 4d. Maryborough 8d. 4d. •Newstead 4d. 4d. Sutton Grange 4d. 4d. Taradale 4d. 4d. Vaughan 2d. 2d. Yapeeu 2d, 2d.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATERSIDE STRIKE STEVEDORES EXGAGED. (WORK TO BEGIN ON MONDAY. LABORERS AWAIT CONFERENCE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

WATERSIDE STRIKE STEVEDORES EXGAGEE?. (WORK TO BEGIN OX .MONDAY. LABORERS AWAIT -CONFERENCE. .MELBOURNE, Saturday. Though union -wharf laborers con tinue to offer themselves for work on | t'he 'wharves, only a 'few of them have j so far been engaged, and the men are j now awaiting the compulsory confer en:ee called iby Mr Justice Higgins be tween the representatives of >the steamship owners and the Waterside W-or,Iters' (Federation, which it is un derstood will take place on .Monday. More than 100 stevedores were en gaged this morning, and they will be gin work on Monday. ,It is believed that by the end of next 'week practic-. ally the who'le of the stevedores 'will have resumed, as a result of the agree ment 'which was arrived at between the (representatives of the and the employers yesterday,

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

SOUR STO.MACH. This is a mild form of indigestion. Eat slowly, masticate your food thoro ughly and take one of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supper, and it may be avoided. Sold 'by Geo. Clark and Son, -Wholesale Distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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STATE ELECTIONS PREMIER'S POLICY SPEECH. INCREASING PRODUCTION. ONLY URGENT PUBLIC WORKS TO BE GONE ON WITH. THE LICENSING QUESTION. CRESWICK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

STATE ELECTIONS ^ PREMIER'S FOLIC! SPEECH. INCREASING PRODUCTION. ONLY URGENT PUBLIC WOKKS TO BE GONE ON AYITII. THE LICENSING QUESTION. ORESW'I'CK, Saturday. The Premier OSir Alexander Pea- j cock) -delivered the policy speech of I the State Government to a very large audience in the local (Town Ilali this: evening. 'He said -that he had been in public ue for 2S years, and it was the .third lime he had delivered a policv speech as Premier. .Dealing with the past, the 'Premier drew attention to the ac-: t-ions of his Government to raeer the arought year conditions, and also ex plained the growth of the deficit, -and the reasons for it. The present situ ation, he continued, was dominated -bv 1 the war. Every country was suffering, dad Victoria 'with the rest. It had re stricted the activities of Parliament, and no 'previous Government had ever been called upon to deal with so manv ! urgent problems. The Govern ment-had loyally co-operated with the; Bedera-1 Government in all war meas...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

'METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. ? The following readings arc supplier by Mr. Max I'incus, of .Market. Square. The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. ■THERM QME Tliit. Highest Highest Lowest ■Sun. Shade. Shade. ■Saturday 74 G7 -IS Sunday 63 5G <35 BAROMETER. Saturday 29.04 rising./ Sunday■ 29.27 rising. < The official forecast for to-day is :— Dull generally.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

HEAD'S TOXIC XEKVK XUTS STOP SERVE STRAIN. -.Aifter a tiring day "it iho office you're apt. to sleep badly. .Next day finds you unrefroshed. Give your tired i-crves a lit.tel help 'by taking IIEAX'S TOXIC XERVE iXUTS. They "pull you toge ther" and are the .be&t "bracer" pro curable. 'If they are not yet crocked by your chemist: or grocer, send direct to the Sole -Manufacturer, G. W. HE AX, Chemist, 17S Castlereagh St., Sydney. The price is 3/ per Tiottle, or six ibottlcs for 17/3. X 2-1G •Under the djy labor system, the erection of a Koman Catholic High .School in >Bendigo has been started. Tlie building is estimated to cost ,(.'3000. The school will be conducted •by t;he MaiPist Brothers, -under the dir ection of .'Brother Gabriel, and Avi-1'1 re present an extension o'f I lie 'present scholastic activities in 'Beirdigo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

I jOT ±.%jl Do-oLlat ' v When Selecting a Gift C3rO "fees F. Newham's lEaS&raygg'o Ea.xs.e3L Vame^. W^.SS S3 <CDS^"&S-£2-0^3-"ti OF UP-TO-date goods. ;ii 10 HI CHRISTMAS presents FOR THE BOIS AT THE FBOX'T A' ONCE, \ (LITHK LATEST NOVELS ON hand; also THE LATEST MAGAZINES aind WEEKLY paper'S, a H n l mk ft , F. W is mf n i;i,-jfi BA;- : R S';i? u: --.000 MILES NON-stop BO"—MOULD'S RECORD. 1517 3LLX1TELL HLGII-priced CAR features. ALL INCLUDED FOR & 293. £Tsuy FEATURE AND every REFINEMENT OF CAfeo SELL AT TWICE ITS PRICE. . 'Jo car <o suit the man with the ■j53 J Jiocket, *>vo«(Ierj'iiIIv litrlit on Iub !ji benzine. •?"oilnriiCS lJl{' ^aHon 01" 1 iibrieiit nU'j/iv' nii!es I);,r trillion of benzine. lummox runs arran PROSPECTIVE buyers. Clll'ii' Mart?;* and electric limits. Jf™«HUtal.tIo rJais. tension nuittueto. »ae-iii;i!i" liliaki top. ih.ni Tl1 ca'n:Iiue tlesigrn. ij,;-. ve"<Ri!tiH? windshield (clear ttfissr"0 Mider front...

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THE ROLL CALL 346th CASUALTY LIST. 1107 NAMES. 306 DEATHS; 702 WOUNDED. In the 346th casually list, issued on Saturday, there are 1107 names, the details being:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

! THE ROLL CALL I •+• 316th CASUALTY LIST. 1107 NAMES. 30(5 DEATHS: 7U2 'VOUXDED. Til the .'vlGrh casually list, issued on! Saturday, there are 1107 names, the details being : — 70 killed in action, 231 died o; wounds:. 5 died 'from other cause?, 702 avounded, l!i missing, 71 sick. !) injur ed. The Victorian casualties arc :—?>1 killed in action, 74 died oi wounds, 1 died from injuries, !l died 'from cause not. specified, 'j missing (believed kill ed), 6 missing, 1 injured, (i dangerous ly wounded, 1SG wounded. There are no Oastlemaine, district names in the list.

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SPORTING NEWS RACING. CAMPBELL'S CREEK CLUB. NO BOXING DAY FIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

, SPORTING NEWS i • EACING. r OAMFIBEDL-S CR'EEK CLUB. i NO 'BOXI'XG DAY FIXTURE. A meeting o" the members of the above cluib was lield in the Five Flags' Hall on Tuesday night, when a large number, .presided over by the president (Mr AIT. Endall), met to discuss the official replies anent !t'he 'Boxing Day fixture, wliioh 'were in effect that no permission would be given to the club for racing during the 'progress of the war. (Members were very averse to such drastic action being meted out to coun try clu'bs having only one social picnic gathering in the year, and ve: in the metropolitan :area racing was being carried on several days a week. As the curtailment, came through the De fence Department it was pointed out that around Melbourne was 'the place to start Stopping racing—one member stating that, trains and tr-ams were lit erally crowded at Oaullield Cup time, while drastic action was dealt out to country clubs, where 'the meetings were more of an annual re-union of old friend...

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CHRISTMAS MAILS. EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. Christmas mails for the Expeditionary Forces will close at the Castlemaine Post Office as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

( HKisnas Jims. —- - EX'PED11110.N'AiRY 'FORCES. iOlmstmas m'ails for the Expedition ary For cos will close at the Castle niaJine iPost OfTice as follow :— \ United Kingdom, 7:5 p.111., on 29th inst. ■Egypt Letters, 6.j$0 'a.m., :20tli inst.

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COUNCILLORS AT CHURCH MUNICIPAL SERVICE. ADDRESS BY REV. R. DITTERICH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

COUNCILLORS AT CHURCH LU MUXTOTPAL SERVICE. ADDRESS 'BY 'REV. ,R. DITTERICH. 'In response to an invitation by .the Mayor (Cr. 'Freeman), the councillors and officers of the 'Borough Council attended divine worship at the -Method ist Church last night. The service, which was attended iby a large congre gation, was conducted by the Rev. R. Ditterich, who preached a powerful sermon on the "Inspirations of our national life.'' .At the outset, Mr Dit icrich ex;ended a hearty welcome to the iMayor, councillors, and officers, whom he said had gathered together in their church as a public acknow ledgment to Almighty God, and join with them in prayer that the blessing of God should rest upon their town, '.lie Srate, the Commonwealth, and the Empire. They had been honored by the people, and had been 'placed in a position cf tru;st to look after -the af fairs of the town, and they (the coun cillors) had honored the church by their presence. iH'e prayed that God's blessing would rest upon them,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

The Castlemaine Subscribe (Only 6/6 per (garter) , Adver^ RUCULARS AT THIS OFFICE, OK AGEXTS THROUGHOUT THE DlSTr'lCT'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES ■ F. W- Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator INSURANCE, MACHINERY & GENE RAL ,COMMISSION AGENT. •STOCK, FARM AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. •HOTEL AND SiiAREBROKEE. -FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCT-ibB. _ j CLEARING SALES AND FUENi'xuxia A SPECIALTY. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALES OF— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce. AGENT FOR— The Royal 'Insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester Co. Wischei & Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Mailboats. 'The Bendigo Building Society, Executor, Trustee, and Agency Coy., of South Australia. ADDRESS— BABKEK STREET, CASTLE3IAOE. Phone 122. WAR LOAN STOCKS And WHEAT CERTIFICATES. CLARKE & CO. (A. Ruiter -Clarke), 31-1 Collins sr., Melbourne. (Members Stock Exchange of Mel bourne), Buy and Sell for Clients, AVAR LOAN STOCKS (£10 and upwards), As -well as WHEAT CERTIFICATES At Market Rates. Immediate Settlements. Correspond enc...

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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XVII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

The Law of the Land By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock iz Co. Lid. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XVII „—Continued. Sir Charles proceeded with his breakfast, his brow once more clear and unruffled. Like tlie typical Eng lishman that he was, he baud fuss and bother of any kind, especially where the emotions were Concerned. He had made up lxis mind that it was ins duty to speak to Enid. He was glad to dis cover now that he was saved that, un pleasant task. Nevertheless, his con science smote him a little as Enid crept into the room. She was looking j pale and distracted, deep rings were under lier eyes, and her movements were listless. All the same, a little animation crept into her face as she saw Dick sitting there. He gave her j a careless nod. "I am glad you have come back," she said. "I hope you are going to stay a lew days now you are here." "Can't possibly manage it," Dick said with a businesslike air. "I must get back to town this afternoon." T...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. These Tablets are intended especial ly for disorders of the stomach, liver, and bowels. If you are troubled with heartburn, indigestion or 'constipation, they will do you good. Try them. Sold •by Geo. Clark and iSon. Wholesale ; / FOR Bendigo Digger JAM every time. «£?li!riT!TTTlinTr(Tiini!TTilii!!ii! KtaRNgiy fi'LM 1% 'Co ¥ Ji. ta '<!*» £• ^ U & 6,4 Hjv/ ^ h :4U 'We are never without a bottie of l?-0^ *n {'ie house now. ^ It practically saved rr.y daughter's life. She was 7 years old last July, and had been subject to Eroncfeiifs since birth. I nearly lost her two years ago. She was Wastlr.g Awns*, and nothing did her any good, and her Cough at night was painful. I was advised to try JjIiEAFJSIEiPS IISro&sMiis €i5re I got a Bottle and she began to improve Sm snecljately. You would be surprised to see how //v..y\ L?V\\U her Chest has Filled Gist. She has not had one attack of her old complaint since. We are 30 thankful to see her in ...

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CHAPTER XVIII. The Poison Wor[?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

Tor The some ]itr,0 "or1* P^Z J-'U" some iitr]pr'«r|^ °=: Sbt arti!,«Sa •din*!,. 'V* fe"..1 CO.-; host ?■>'■■ ;n rh&'Jeas-k\^d ;:r « D*k coiife^l ■ b^ng real s ?"«* "one 0f £*» K* ;ne chance of Inacea her and a d^n ^ W:h an' e{fnVPn5U:; gravity. "V."el!,~this is .h? ?aH u," he said, :ranT5^' tiered. But tell?; ces?"me °Ut 10 Kate Lingen laughs^ J ;i- It was useless"v'l OfiS ?n fU. w -°&l pretensions in Lnarreris. ;:h "Perhaps becau« wc'*i-' she sairl. f* -is credit D*k, 5; 1U- " °W c'J"es lO uumbug you" ,f ''Oh, because jr r„ "Andvo^SI S-" v,'-r- f-rst acquairwl you couldn't help i— :o ;"aho iove to c-tp-t 6:nRS; 1 ^rnyleii^ 5 our uand on a saiy' "I, s;l?uld be §i"cf. 'Vlit Lingen !au;h-j •-, bc.!un see tlier.aor,'.v| stepping do~a CI ta; and becoming fcgj^q I nrast. be serious. inro a frightful mess!,""15 ca promised ta get'{ faithfully promised last night. and whe^ hi? rooms to call in- ho refused to «."n| do you think of a e^.' promised wife in that A v»-;]d la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

BUSINESS 'X'OTIICE. In another column the 'Ford agents have sonic ;very interesting figures, showing- the number cf motor cars sold and registered during the month of September, Ford cars 'being 40 per cent, of the .total sales. :\Ir Harrison can give anyone interested 'the names and numbers of each make of car sold for the month, so that the relative mer its of the different, cars may be readily seen.

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The Castlemaine Mail. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1917 ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

/TV V ,« V * * V (lip is,asii$mante ^ttaxL CWOX'DAY, 0:CTOiBE'R. 29, 1917 STEMS OF NEWS f. Three years ago yesterday. General 'Botha deleaved the rebel forces in South Africa led by ^General Beyers, and it practically ended the rebellion. 'In 'Flanders tnc Indian troops were engaged for the first, time at La Bassee, joining the British in a success'Lul bayonet charge. On <t'lio same day, the Germans occupied Roulers, in 'Bel gium, and promjxly 'pu; about 1000 people 10 death, and destroyed the church of Xotre 'Dame. Oil Friday there was a prospcci of ihat rare occurrence, a fine week-end. bin true to the rule a change sec in on Friday night, and some rain fell. Sat urday was on the cold side, -with a stiff breeze blowing, and an occasional shower. Yesterday was worse as i; was extremely cold, and some smart show ers fell. 'Ir is many months since we have been 'favored with a line week end. l'ip till <) o'clock yesterday morn ing :!7<> points of ra...

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THE GRAMPIANS ELECTION NATIONALIST VICTORY. MR JOWETT IN THE LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

THE GRAMPIANS ELECTION N ATI ON'ALIST VICTORY. M'R JOiWETT I,X THE LEAD. The by-election for the Grampians caused by the death of .Dr. Carty Sal mon took place on :Sa)turday. The candidates were :Mr E. Jowett (Nati onalist) and Mr D. P. Russell (La'bor). It '\vi:ll be same ;days before the final result will be known, >but so far 'Mr Jowett has a substantial lead, and can not be beaten. The .latest figures 'to hand are :— i Jowett (IN.) .. .. 10.7S7 IRussell (L.) .. .. S,930 i '.Majority for Jowett .. 1,S57 | There are about 700 absent votes to be counted.

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MOTOR CYCLE DESPATCH RIDE CASTLEMAINE MOTOR CYCLE CLUB INTERESTING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

; WiOTOR OYGLE DESPATCH RIDE . ± 'CASTLBMAI'XiE MOTOR 'CYCLE CLUB aXTEREST LXG- EVEXT. The Castlemaine Motor Cycle Clu<b , held their second competition event, j on Saturday afternoon, which created a good deal of interest. The race, [though not as spectacular as the con jsistency trial, was much more exciting j for the riders, as they were racing ag [ainst time. The 'race was to demon strate the value o'f the motor cycle as a despatch carrier at the 'front, lit was expected that 'there would have been three teams of three machines leach, 'but only seven riders turned up 'to compete, so the event was made into two teams of four eac'h. One 'mem ber of each team was sent away at 2.4!) p.m., and on their return one of their team-mates took up the running until the 'whole 'four riders of each team had completed the course. The circuit chosen was the 25-mile track— 'Castlcmaine to Xewstead, 'Xewstead to Guildford, via Strangways, and Guild ford ao 'Castlemaine. The fastest lap...

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