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NEWSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

XEWSTEAD. ' ac £c::ora! o;; crops ^ ;;o: •■•■TojJy ^r.-: :ed :ha: v^'-oie w.il suffer sewi . -iiuoiis wet we.!,';!or dsz% ■ ' H'o niontiis caused :he P-v como snlniu'r.ceii. »'ii n'srances will bo tit? mesr<s-;£ Mt? crra;vrh. ■Formr.si^'' <!i:iny holders of Ja« sws'?*;j ".viij Joui.'L r?3p *'j of shis season's -failure. •Analysing- rlie dra'u '^t-j i''acJ;;e Cable loard 'or March -.il, 1917. .Mr J. re:ary to the PwtmaKa^l I'Jrtnion-t, stares iftst^ profit oa working of ---[■£ J which the CoDimoa^^-1'' (cac-fciiird) is £7258/$"

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

: T'.I T>v. 1 ^ou:'::o. n.-; .1 skei| :V';- ;:f C'::ure^ :j sz:S%•••! ■ ■ •!'. Jo::o^. voo \v:i; ye-K. -UK: h:^ bee:: ::: e^-:' ■ ;ie ,.!?•; year?. M::::s:er's n:eo:i;:c ov. T;:ursi.?y niJ-S/v [Jew E. S. Veo. r;e2r> rhurch. Maliox *.v;eSs o:::e orublc-ni ;i? .1 f-' 'lev. Yeo :'s a: preses: ::: *-* :r.ni expoe's w :u a :'e:r week? '" was sulrsbly aeknowieagw

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROLL CALL 347th CASUALTY LIST. 863 NAMES. 104 DEATHS; 672 WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

THE KOLL CALL -f &17tfc CASUALTY LIST. Sfi3 K1MI2S. 10* DEATHS: «72 1V0O<TDED. Containing S63 names, the S47tli casualty list was issued by the Defence authorities last night the details be ing:— 7 killed in action. 90 died of wounds., 6 died from other causes, 1 accident ally killed, 673 wounded, 13 missing, 01 sick, (10 injured, -3 prisoners of war. The only Castlenvaine district name in Che list is Private Wan. H. Camer on, of :Sandon, ^wounded.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

■MOST DAMGEROUS OF iilXOK AIL iMEXTS. Of the minor ailments a cold is by far the most dangerous., not in itself, -but 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-j inedy is famous for its cures of this most common ailment, and is pleasant and safe to take. Why take such des perate chances when so reliable and trustworthy a medicine may be obtain ed for eighteen pence? Sold by Geo. Clark and Son. Wholesale Distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST.VINOENT'S HOSPITAL MIN[?]ATURE PICTURE CAMPAIGN. CLOSING DAY—NOVEMBER 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

ST. VIMT'S HOSPITAL V' ' < . A MIMLAiTU'HE P.IlCTU'R'E CAMPAIGN. CLOSING DAY—NOVEMBER 30th. On November 30th the Miniature Pic ture 'Campaign in aid of St. Vincent's ■Hospital, •Melbourne, will close. This campaign was inaugurated in order to rai-se £'25,000 which is urgently needed !by the hospital. ;It is an appeal for help for those who cannot help them selves. Although this campaign has been in progress 'for some'months, some people are still in doubt as to what it exactly •means. iBrieJIy, it is an artistic art union. Instead of the usual tickets, 500,000 mniatures of famous pictures are being sold to the public of Aus tralia at .1/. Gacli ticket is specially nunibered, and it is this number which •will count when the drawing takes iplace'on December Sill. 'Ever ,since the .foundation of .St Vin cent's, the Sisters of Charity have'been (hampered iby debt, -which at the present .time amounts to £45,000. During the last year over ISO,000 people were treated in its ward...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

TINTED, TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. 3ELOVER has vans leaving Mel bourne for 'Castlemaine on Fri iiv, loading wanted. Apply, at once, k-dbg waivied to Melbourne next I^OST.—£1 note last Tuesday, be-^ weea Lyuleiton street and Gaol , Regard. This Office. H'iiuF.D TO BUY.—Good van horse, i C. Seiovcr. pOR SALE.—Young -ducklings, 1/ each, from 'week old, mothers it I required. .Mr Chapman, Camp Cres SpO!\ SALE.—Cow, 'forward springer. W. -Williams, .Harcourt. j |T0USe TO LET, situated Wheeler 1 _ street. Apply, Mc-Creery and ;r-pk:n5, Market. Square. fO LET.—5-roomed house, bath, and copper, splendid situation. Ap Harrison's Garage. puxos v;axted.—(Wanted to buy several second-hand pianos, for college or kindergarten wooden or iron frames. State ^er and price. Apply Box 439, G.P.O., •'=.'bourno. BUSINESS NOTICES. {•'-iAX Motorcycles, 2:,', -1.1, 51, and '7 £58/19/ upwards. Terms ar ?yeJos in part payment. Har ..:0;:5 Gar.iue. Q^DER your Motor Wheel before 1st >"ov„ and save three pounds, ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

meteorological observa tions. -r The following readings are supplier :r Mr. Max Pincus, of .Market Square. The readings are for tlie 24 hours ;-:or to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. J Highest Highest Lowest; .Sun. .Shade. .Shade. •Monday SS 59 -12 " BAROMETER. Monday 29.73 rising. Tie official forecast for to-day is : — Fine generally.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

Thick "scale of dandruff en scalp. Fell out thickly. Very sore and irritation nearly drove mad. Hair came out in combfuls. Cutieura Soap and Ointment 1 12 aled. From frijr.cd statement ox Bliss L. Birch, Edward ££., Cconamble, N. S. W., June 19, 1816. It is so casy to prevent skin and scalp troubles by using-Cutieura Soap, and no ether, for all toilet purposes, assisted now and then by touches of Cutieura Ointment to first sipns of pimples, rashes, dandruff or irritation. Do not confound them with coarsely medicated soaps and ointments. Samples Free by Post. (Soap to cleanse, Ointment to heal.) Address: R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S. W. Sold throughout the world. -iirjWTW'"11'** —-■■g-yoi—-v——if. ■ltnrrnpo Judge Backhouse, in the 'Sydney Quarter Sessions yesterday, dlsn.-issed the appeal of Percival Brookfield, 'who had been fined £100 for having .made statements likely to pre judice recruiting. ■BroolvQeld, at. liis own request, was al'lowed to pay the •fine at the rate of £...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLERS AND WAR LOAN ACTION IN BENDIGO. WAR SAVINGS GROUPS. EXAMPLE FOR ALL SPORTING CLUBS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

.VCTI0X ix ■dexdigo. ffa'r savings GROUPS. exauplk fou aijl sportjxg cll'bs, etc. IV formation amongst club niem "pf a w.u- savings group of 100 '•iiy coairibtiiions of one s-hll'lin-g signalised the opcni-ng of the Condigo •Fowling Club's season ^ Saturday, and established for .the !;-■) a record which no succession of IvA;-:::: victories could equal. .Viem •,j-? will *I»e contributing weeltly r'io o'f the initio;/!, and as •:- J. Curie stated that tha: amount ■mid supply our Australian artillery :wo Iiiatli explosive shells for -big ;v:;:ch. with luck, would put out actios Itf Germans, the club can .feel .1meets each Saturday that it has J-pjj to dawn "four rinks" of the ..fjtts'z opponents. Further, nieni for the group are expected, and weeldy amount can be raised to £7,10/, a no cher couple of rinks of our coes can be sent back to the pavilion " ,vQOv An energetic and patri 0--;c secretary-collector is Trained for srroup. The Bendigo chili is also, •nikiag a start with a group, ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

OlSTRiGT CORRESPONDENCE " TT ELPH'IXSTOXE. A very -pleasant 'farewell social and presentation was tendered "Mrs and Miss 'L. Richards, o[ "The 'Briars," iSut ton Grange, 'who are about to ta.ke their departure for Croydon. :Cr. Salathiel presided over a large gather ing of friends, and a very nice pro gramme of instrumental and vocal items was contributed toy Mrs A. Pat tison, and Misses Salathiel and Young. After a tasty, floating supper supplied by the ladies was partaken of, (Mr T. H. Smith, in a happy speech, higli'ly eulogistic of the guests' -sterling qual ities, on belialf of the residents 'presen ted .Mrs Richards with a handsome easy cliair, cushion, rug and hassock. Messrs. iMadRae, Smith, Mactier, and Ludlow added their quota of apprecia tion. iMiss 'Richards 'feelingly respon ded oil behalf of 'her mother. During the evening the members of the Sutton Grange "Rod Cross, of which slie was the president, presented Miss Richards with a valuable piece of plate. Mrs Richards h...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHANCELLOR RESIG[?] REPORT FROM RE[?]N. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

cir axcellokke^ iRDFORT (Beuter.) <^3 Berlin evening p !h-»1 Dr. Michaeli3, ihe M?*1* _ lias resigned

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

European Ag'eney Wholesale indents promptly executed at lowest casli prices for all 'British and .Continental Goods, including :— (Books and stationery, 'Boots, shoes, and leather, Chemicals and druggists' sundries. China, earthenware and glassware, ■Cycles, motor cars and accessories, Drapery, millinery and piece goods, Fancy goods and perfumery, Hardware, machinery and metals, Jewellery, plate and watches, Photographic and optical goods, Provisions and oilmens' stores, 'Etc., Etc., Etc. Commissions, 2J to 5 per cent. Trade discount allowed. Special quotations on demand. Sample cases from £10 upwards, Consignments of produce sold on account. "WILLIA3I WILSON AND SONS, (Established -1814). 25, AVBOHURGH OLAiNE, LONDON, E.C. Cable Address : "Aaauaire, London." ■ ~* •—•T-vrws .cr>. /'.*^?^*v>. " x^*7.*. ~r . 4^^.|i» I B« | C-hasxherl&in 'c Co p prompt and effectual r: "' complaint /i; .acrs-o-s n:::. sP.h 1?sj;;:. If ^^2 Uijj, 1 ; J2 :-•;.? f0? | r"! -"CO$a gj GOugJi, re...

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GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

GUILDFORD. ;In connection .with the concert <to Ibe held in Hartford's Hall, Guildford, to night (Tuesday), in aid of the Castle niaine Hospital, a very pleasing feat ure is that there will be practically no expenditure. The dance music will be supplied .free by Mr and Mrs Vosti, on the condition that the committee raises another ten shillings to the Tund which they have agreed to do. Supper will ;be provided gratis by the ladies •for the performers, and tlie 'printing and conveyance of singers will be done by the Gala Committee. A splendid programme has been arranged.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE APPLE INDUSTRY NEXT SEASON[?]S CROP. PROBABLE GLUT. LOCAL CONSUMPTION AND EXPORTS. (Written specially for "The Mail.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

THE APPLE INDUSTRY Y XEXT SEASON'S CROP. 'PROBABLE GLUT. LOCAL CQXSUi.MiPTIO'N AND EX- j i'OItTS. i ! 1 (Written specially for "The Mail.") j All interested in tno appie-growtng i industry are .looking : or war a to coming; season with a eons-uloraoio am-, ount of alarm. Taere is liKelv to oe^» •. bumper crop, and the export tiadt': overseas lias come to a suduen s.op.; To understand what this means a ;eA , figures will be necessary. j The two apple-growing States of Australia are Victoria and Tasmania. .South Australia, and. indeed, all o: tne other 'States, produce small quantities, but nothing to speak ot. All na'. e .0 import from "Victoria and Fa^-nan..!.; The average production of Victoria -s: about 3,000.000 eases annually. Ot; this quantity about 2.*.i00.000 casoi- are: sold -in Australia, leaving a surplus of: 400.000, which has hitherto been sent j to Europe. The average preunct.un lot Tasmania is about 2,'jr.o.OOO ■ leases. Of this quantity about1 11,250,000 cases are sol...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

SURE RELIEF, WITHOUT GRIPING. 'XUJOL keeps the bowel contents soft, and restores normal movements. Wit.li the use o£ XUJOL, one does not ■have any of the griping or distress that usually follow the use of drug reme dies. 'When one considers that-in many cases the taking of an ordinary •physic is of itself quite a distressing operation. The internal lubricant, without any upsetting of ilie system, ■that 'XUJOL makes possible, certainly is a decided advantage in its favor. ■Xot a drug or a physic, but a -mech anical lubricant. 'XUJOL is manufac tured by the Standard Oil Company (Xew Jersey), U.S.A. It is a lubri cant, not a medicine or a drug, and is not absorbed "by the system. It does 11 at gripe or interfere with digestion. Pleasant to take. 'For sale by Philpots I and Coakley, Castlemaine.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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SINN FEIN MOVEMENT EXPLAINED BY DR. A. LEEPER. NOTE OF WARNING ISSUED. LARGGE PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

SINN FEIN MOVEMENT ♦ * EXiBLAI'NED BY OR. A. LEEiPER. NOTE OF WA'R'XINiG- ISSUED. DAIRG'E FU'BILLC MEETING. Under the auspices of 'the Castle maine branch of the Victorian Protestant Federation, 'Dr. A. Leeper, Warden of Trinity \Colelge, delivered an address on the Sinn Fein Movement in the Mechanics' Hull last night. The hall was crowded, and the meeting commenced with the singing of the Na tional Anthem. The 'Rev. F. A. il-Iag eniauer presided, and there were also seated on the plait/form representatives of the various (Protestant denomina tions of tihe district. .In introducing Dr. Leeper, Mr >Ilag enauer said he introduced to the audi ence a scholar and a gentleman, and a man who had come to give <them auth oritative knowledge on a subject of which they kne.w very little, but should know a great deal. The meeting had been convened because they were faced with sedition and disloyalty. The Sinn Fein movement stood .for disloy alty, and behind that movement was the ^...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The British Front POSITIONS IMPROVED. SUCCESS BY FRENCH AND BELGIANS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

J The British Front rr rosmoxs DIPROYED. SUCCESS iTtY FftEXCII AND I5ELGIA>"S. (■Renter.) 'Field Marshal Sir 'Douglas Haig re ports :—iWe improved our positions at night on the Ypres-Roulers railway. The .'Belgians made a successful raid on 'Friday night, .northward of Dix mude, taking 1(5 'prisoners, and subse quently with the French crossed an inundation, and captured 'Merchj 'pen insula in the neighborhood of Vijfhau zen. A wireless German official message states that ihe enemy re-attacked south-west of liouthulst, without'gain ing greater advantage than 'before. The ■French were repulsed north-west of tBayre.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS WOUNDED IN ACTION. LANCE CORPORAL J.A.D. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

GASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS ——■#. WOUXDED 1I1N ACTION. iLAiXOE lOQRPORAL J. A. D. iM'IT GI-IEDL. Mr IB. Dingle Mitchell, local Inspec tor o'f Mines, has been officially noti fied that his fourth son, lance-Corpor al J. 'A. ;D. iMiic'hell, was severely wounded in the leg .from gunshot, on 7th October. H-Ie is now an inmate of the 1st Southern General iHospital, Birmingham. Ho was only 18 years of ■age 'when lie enlisted 2* years ago, and has been through IS months' 'hard flighting in France. He is one of t:he veterans, young as lie is, and everyone will 'hope lie will soon completely re cover.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANZAO BUFFET FUND CONCERT AT FARAWAY. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

: xTr-a-'r^rn^-rTysafl^ sNZfiO BUFFET fUHD iCONSCERT AT FARAWAY. A •G.RAT.IiPY.IMG SUiGOESS. A very 'successful concent was given in the Faraday '.State school on Satur day evening for 'the -purpose o'f 'raising 'funds -for ihe upkeep cf the Anzac Buffet iu London. This is one oT -the (finest places in 'London, and it is the ■recognised home of the Austra'lian sol dier wh£.u on .furlough. ^Fr Firavoni occupied the--chair. Songs "were given 'by iMisses 'Bassett, ;Billyeald, Hansen 1(2), Roberts, iMessrs. .Hughes, Field, Thompson, iHunt, Gibson, Pedier, and McLean, and recitations 'bv ^Irs Holy and .Miss Arkinstall. Messrs. 'Gi'bson and Ped ier, in their "some items from the Faraday 'Xews," had the audience in roars of laughter, especially -when some o'f the 'prominent residents' names were mentioned. Mr Faravoni and iColonel Field spoke in support of the Anzac 'Buffet. >At the conclusion of the concert a vote of thanks was passed to the per formers on -the motion o;f Mr -L. Jones ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 30 October 1917

WYTV i.33. jften Selecting a Gift , €S-o /fcs2> W. F. Newham's 4, S&IEjLSSL "W"^,as®3.o^, J^2S5 SS or IT-TO-DATE GOODS. fHBISI3LiS PBESEXTS for THE boys AT THE FBOffT AT OXCE. ■lilESr NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO T<HE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS. fiey-Davldson again on top tacai Road Record Established ® MILES in 681 Minutes J?l)Ii CYCLi*T W. WILSON, OX HIS 7 II.p. iiarley '11"'So^, CAKRY1XG OXE PASSENGER. ix LAST SAT iY > tfEUV I-iACiJ, PUT IT THE ABOVE N'OXDEK "R0Ai> Ui!)J^ AGATX PJIOVIXG TJLE PKED03IIXAX THE 1IAHLEY OYER ALL OTHER 3UCHIXES. I()P OF THIS FERF0R3IAXCE. :,V. VHLSOX SUCCESS 4 S^rOUXTED THE XIXH-TALKED-of ANZAC ^ll ( fp -^I.llDOX, WITHOUT ])I.S310L"XTIXG. SOLE LOCAL AGEXT : .7.' ,,J- R. DUGGAN "HMk'i,r Gariiare. -Teniplctoii Street. ^Lg*r. , ^ ey! :;'s ;;ie asked to write or call, and a «e '■''' Elation win be given over any country. ^Qs.ds are alike to the Harlej^'

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