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HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
IIAFJCOl-RT. The Junior Rechahite (Young Aus tralia) Tom, held their anniversary service in the Jiechabire illall last Sunday. )Mr. Manning acted as chair man, ami Capiain Vsral, of the Salva tion Army. Castleinaiiie, gay&lt;» ;i very good address on the evils of inttmiyotv ranee to a large gathering. A collection '■was taken up, in aid of the Castle unaine Charities, the amount being £2 i 4', :Captain 'Veal and her party are completing i.he anniversary with a con [ cert, on-V>'&lt;:fI;!esday night in the liecha I ibite iliuii.
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE | i -t— 'ErJFjIir.VSTOXK. 'According to the report of the last Council meeting at .Metcalfe they are going to try and gei the telephone in stalled at the Shire iHa.ll, which is as it should he, and as the telephone will Ibe a reality here shortly, the expense of extending i; to our eastern suburb Avill :be light it' the line is taken the right way to some of the roadside res idents 'bet'ween here and there. All tile residents there send their produce I and receive their goods from the Ei phinstone railway station, so the phone will be a boon to them and save tlieni miles of travel in ordering trucks for stock and produce. The phone here will also 'be a boon io our northern suburb as ^Sutton Grange is only laid 011 to Hsrcourt. but will soon be able to ring up the "city" and find out if their stores, trucks, etc, have arrived, instead of coming in and getting the reply "not arrived yet." Ax a school committee meeting held last week the 'balance-sheet of the re...
HOSPITAL GALA IMPORTANT MEETING TO-NIGHT. THE PROCESSION. RETURNED SOLIDERS' DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
HOSPITAL GALA r I.MiPORTAXT MEETIXG TO-'XIGHT. THE PROOESSIOX. i RETURXED SOLDIERS' -DISPLAY. I A meeting of tho general committee I (men's) will bo held a: Ac Stock Ex change room to-night, when a lull at ! tendance is requested. The business to be transacted is of a very important nature, and includes the election of all officials in connec tion with the procession and sports,! and the allotment of trophies and pri zes. Arrangement have been made with Mr T. Tor reus, of the Cumberland >Hotel, to -manage the publican's booth on the Camp Reserve, so the public can rest assured that everything will be satisfactory in connection therewith. The returned soldiers of this dis trict have met together, and decided to put in several striking features in the procession on Gala day. They expect to have at least 25 decorated motor cars in connection with their several exhibits, as well as jinkers, lorries, and -waggons, to gay nothing of 20 to 30 'lady riders in costume. Lieut, j iBolton, o...
CHAPTER III. The Long Night. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
CHAPTER in. The Long Night. The deed was done, done beyond re call. It seemed to Ralph as if he had been the victim of some hypnotic force. Surely, with his own hand he had never struck a fellow-creature down like that! And there had been no provocation, no battling of one life against another, no mere struggle for existence. It seemed impossible —but there it was. And ail in the twinkling of an oy&. A red patch had blazed and burned J before him. As to the rest, he could feel the handle of the paper-knife in his grasp, a grasp so painful that the llesh of hjs palm was bruised. There was crimson' on his right hand, dull, glowing patches like carbuncles on the shining surface of the dining tablo. On the carpet, Stephen Holt lay stretched at length, face down wards, his hands flung over his head. A great band of crimson stained the delicate, cream and gold and blue of the priceless Persian carpet; there were specks of horrid red on the greac bowj of tea-roses on the table. All...
WHAT IS A SLOGAN? WEBSTER SAYS IT IS A SLUAGHGHAIRM. FORWARD CASTLEMAINE WANTS ONE. ADVERTOSOMG THE DISTRICT. INTERESTING COMPETITION. PUSHING THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
WHAT IS A SLOGAN? .. T. ■WEBSTER 'SAYiS 'IT JS' A SLUA'GH •GMAIIRM. FORWARD OAS TLD.YI A.I.XE WANTS ONE. IAiDV'ERTiISI'XG THE DISTRICT. INTERESTING (COMPETITION. 'PU SUING TH'B TOWN AND DIS TRICT. •What is a slogan? The Forward 'Castlemaine Association is asking peo ple :\vho have one about the premises they have no use for to send it along. Many people do not happen to know it by that name, and are a 'bit hazy as to | the exact requirement of the Associa tion. 'Webster answers the question in this way. "Slogan : 'In Gaelic, sluagh-ghairm, meaning an army cry. The war cry or gathering word of a I Highland elan in 'Scotland; hence any | rallying cry." To the Australian, the 'word slogan j is preferable, on account of its easy pronunciation, to sluagh-ghairm though probably it is not so musical to the] (Highland ear. 'A rallying cry firs the bMl exactly, as the Forward Castle maine Association is really an army fighting for the recognition ot' the rights of Castlemaine and district, a...
FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
FREE. Every woman whose health is caus ing her anxiety is invited to write for a copy of our new booklet of valuable information, which should bs la every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, 'Melbourne.
Goal Strike Ends BALLOT FAVORS RESUMPTION. PREMIER NOTIFIED. WORK RESIDUES TO-DAY. OUTLOOK HOPEFUL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
Goal Strike Ends ^ - - BALLOT FAVORS RESUMPTION. PREMIER NOTIFIED. WORK RESIDUES TO-DAY. OUTLOOK HOPEFUL. iSYiDNiEY, Tuesday. 'Mr J. 'Baddeley, president of the .Shale and iCoal Employes' Federation, and iMr J. O'iReilly, of the Barrier branch of the Amalgamated Miners' Association, have informed the Cabinet that the lodges decided 'by a small ■majority :in favor of a resumption of ■work, and that the men .would .present themselves at the mines to-morrow or on .Monday. ■Mr G. IW. Fuller, Acting Premier, stated this afternoon that the Govern ment had decided that the whistles would 'be blown to-day for work at the collieries for those who had already made application. M'BUBOURXE, Tuesday. Separate applications for conferen ces were to-day made to the Austral asian Steamship Owners' Federation by j the Seamen's Union 'and 'the Wharf ■Laborers' Union. The -Fedeartion has not yet replied.. IPendhig a settlement of the coal crisis and the timiber workers' trouble, j a large number of car...
ROYAL HALL. NANCE O'NELL—NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
ROYAL (H'ALU iN'AXCE O'XEI.L/L-^-T 0-XIG:l IT. Few more popular 'actresses than the famous Nance O'Neill have visited Australia. Thousands flocked to see her, including many from this town, who did not consider the expense of a trip to Melbourne, when a performance by Nance O'Neill was to ibc seen. 'She has yielded to the fascination of the screen, and will -be seen in the glorious Metro five-act production. The Iron Woman, in the Royal Hall to-night. It is a 'big event to have such an actress appearing in a picture in this town, 'and the 'Royal Hall will doubtless !be packed to the doors. All Metro pic tures are exquisitely photographed and staged, and the plots oE the dramas are tensely interesting, so with .Nance O'iNeill an the chief part, the picture to-night should 'be as near perfection as it is possible to get. She takes the part of Sarah iMaibland, a widow who carries on the iron milling business of her late husband. Her methods ^are ■highly successful, but her attempts to ...
ENTERTAINMENTS FOYLES PARAMOUNT PICTURES. GOD'S 'CRUCIBLE TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
ENTERTAINMENTS ? 'FOYiLEIS iPA-RAMOU.XT PICTURES. GOD'S 'CRUOIiBLE TO-A'IGHT. A comedy drama always 'sends an audience tome well satisfied, so thai God's Crucible, the .big 'Blue IBird mas terpiece to 'be shown at the Town Hall to-night 'by Foyle's Paramount Pic tures is sure to attract a very big at tendance, as the 'lighter vein introduc ed into this subject by clever child performers relieves as well as accen tuates the s,plendid character work of George .Fernandez as the old groucli, or as one critic savs, "the man with a shrivelled soul." God's Crucible is the story of a ■young man with stern par ents. His lover deserts him, and he becomes morose and grouchy. Hav ing been crossed in love himself, he cannot bear seeing young people happy and tries to influence his young ward. >But she is a iwilful young lady, and the old man's antagonism only makes her more determined than over to marry her lover. 'How the old man's worrying finally affects his heart, and how 'he .pays a visi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
UNCEASING .MISERY. £ KIDNEY SUFFERERS GET 'LITTLE ;r.est. There is little sleep, little rest, little peace, for many a sufferer from kid ney trouble. Life is one continual j round of pain. You can't rest at night •when there's backache. ^ oil suhei twinges and "stabs" of pain, anno\irig urinarv disorders, lameness and nei\ ousness. You can't be comfortable at work with dart ins pains and blinding dizzy spells. Neglect these ailments P.nd serious troubles .may tollow. Begin usimg Doan's Backache Kidney Pills at the first sign of disorder. Thous ands have testified to their merit. tMrs'^V. Egan, iBowen st„ Kyneton, sayr..:—"Some two"years ago my hus band had a very severe attack of kid nev trouble, and his ^ulferings were aw'ful. He could hardly move for .the terrible pain i'n his backhand was bent almost double. It was impossible for him to do his work, and he got so bad that 'he had to stay in bed. Several doctors attended him, but unfortun atelv they were not able 'to ease his suff...
IRON AT CAMPBELL'S CREEK ITALIAN HILL OUTCROP. HOW TO MARKET IT. NEW SOUTH WALE'S COMPANIES NOT FAVORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
j IRON AT CAMPBELL'S CREEK * ITALIAN HILL OUTCROP. •H'OiW TO '.MARKET (IT. NEW 'SOUTH WALE'S COMPANIES NOT FAVOiRAiBLE. The outcrop of ironstone on Italian •Hill, 'Camp'oell's 'Creek, recently ac quired under lease by the Endall syn dicate assayed well, and efforts have been made to find a payable market far the ore. The most businesslike propo sition was to forward it to iron-works already in existance, as the erection oi' costly machinery on the spot seemed out of the question. It was ascertain ed that, two of these works on a large scale were> operating in .New South Wales—one at Newcastle, which is a Broken d-lill concern, and the other at Lithgow. Accordingly correspondence was opened up with these companies, and costs of quarrying the stuff here, carting into trucks, rail and boat frei ght, etc., were all carefully gone into, and i:.wa.j hoped that a favorable reply ■would have been received by the pro moters. Last week, however, an acknow ledgement, o.L" all the data came ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
HOW 13 YOUR BOILER? It lias been stated that a man's stom ach is liis boiler, his body is his engine and his mouth the fire-box. Is your boiler (stomach) in good working or der, or is it so weak that it will not stand a full load and not able to sup ply the needed energy to your engine (body) ? If you have any trouble with your stomach Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. They strengthen and invigorate the stomach and enable it to do its .work naturally. Many very re markable cures of stomach trouble have been effected by them. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors. ■Acting on the suggestion of the Com monwealth Government, the Education Department of iVictoria has agreed to include in all grades of the 'School Pa per for October a lesson on the i\Var 'Loan. The lesson, which has ;been prepared 'by .Mr J. 'R. Collins, Secretary to the Federal Treasury, tells in simple language why money must be borrow ed to carry on the grca't war, and hc>w everybody can help to ...
The Castlemaine Mail. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
©IjiuCasitomhte J&tnL .WEDNESDAY, OIC-TOBER 3, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS 'X' The laying of the foundation scone at the reeont'Iy-demolishcd 'Primitive Methodist Church, 'alluded io in yes terday's issue, is thus reported 'in the "M.A. Mail" of Friday, September'12th, 18ii2 :—X'ow Primitive 'Methodist GlVapel.—The foundations of the new chapel in course of erection by this denomination at. 'Campbell's Creek, were laid yesterday. The building .will ibe of a highly ornamental descrip tion, the front elevation behig adorned •with elaborate mouldings, and incl.ird ing a circular window of richly stained glass. The dimensions o£ ithe future edifice in the clear will Ibe 33ft. in width iljy 43ft in depth, proportions .wliicli 'Will admit of 'its subsequent ex tension without m'arring the unity of the whole. The 'height of the ridge from the floor 'will be about 40ft., and ■the total cost o£ the finished structure &lt;will be not far 'Short of £1100. By the terms of the contract, ...
CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
CASTLEMAIXE TOST OFFICE MAILS ^ TI ME-TAlBLE. . 'Melbourne, close 6.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m. 7.5 p.m.; arrive, (5 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 9.30 p.m. Woqdend, close, 6.30 a.m.; arrive 10.30 a.m. ■Campbell's 'Creek, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeen, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 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. AVoodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. •Moonlight Plat, close 6,30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, close, -6.30 a.m.; ar rive 7:20 p.m. 'Chewton, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 .p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.,m., 7.20 p.m. iFryerstcwn, closc 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p.jn., 7.20 p.m. 'Yaughan, close 6.30 a.m.; arrive, 7.20 p.m. 'Glenluce, close 6.30 a.m., Moil., iWed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mon., iWed., Fri. iHarcourt, close 9.45 a.m., S.45 p..in.; arrive, 1 p.m., 8 p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 9.45 a.m.; ar ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS COMPETITION PROVED STRAINS. SETTINGS EOR SALE. No. 1,—iW-L. hens 'bred from sisters to W. N. 0'AEU'LiLANE'S "WORLD'S RE CORD PEN, 1699 eggs, and sisters to Iiis *pen that tied Thvm,. Burnley, 1916 17, 1531 eggs. Mated to 'the father of •the 'MarviUe. Poultry Farm's FIRST and SECOND teams at Bendigo, 1916 17., also father of iWangaratta winner, 2S5, single test, 1916-17. This cock SECURED FIRST AND SPECIAL, Bendigo Show, 19.16, in the Utility Class. Bred from a 1567 pen toy a cockerel from a 297 'hen. No. 2.—OAKLANDS B.O. Pullets, full sisters to Oaklands two winning teams at Burnley, 1916-17, .which also won WORLD'S RECORD WINTER TEST, 570 &lt;cggs. Mated ,to a cockerel from the Marville Poultry Farm's WORLD'S RECORD PEN at Bendigo, 191G-17, 1596 eggs. This cockerel is a full brother to the Marville's world's record pullet for winter test winner at Bendigo, 'present season, 115 eggs in 4 months. Also 'brother to winner of the Castlemaine winter test. S...
The Law of the Land Published by arrangement, with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER II.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917
The Law of ihs Land By FRED. f-1. WHITE. Published by arrangement, with Messrs.' Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.} CHAPTER ■II.—Continued. "I don't rccollect mentioning Miss Chatteris's name at all," Ilalpli said coldly, "beyond casually remarking that "she had been here this after-, noon. Apart from that " "Is there really any reason for more?" Barca laughed. "1 can tell what has happened from the expres sion of your face and the dreamy look &lt;n your eyes. Since we sat down you have glanced several times at the clock, as if wondering how much long er it would be before 1 left you to pursue my evening experiments as usual. Still, a man can't altogether escape from the indiscretions of his youth, and, as I ventured to psk be fore, Quite in the way of chaff, what will the fair Kate say? You must not forget that certain tender passages Ralph writed uneasily in his chair, ft seemed to him that there was n distinct menace behind the banterinj tones of his com...