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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

EH HELP TO WIN THE WAR Hayes and Harris Give Free 6& War Stamps With Emry 10s. Oash Puretiase 17s Sd War Stamps Boys -01 War Certificate And get your money back in three years with 4J per cent. Compound 'Interest. The Ideal Rainy Day Investment Easy to Buy, Easy to Borrow On, Easy to Cash. Stamps Obtainable Here Now. SAMUEST antl Northern District TRUSTIES, Executors, and Agency OOIPAIfl, Limited, Bendigo BSTB'L/ISHBD 1S8S, DIRECTORS : Joseph Henry Abbott, Esq., Merchant, Bendigo, Chairman; John -Henry Goudge, Esq., Grazier, Brimaloug, Macorna, Vice-Chair man; Dr. John Mclntyre Eadie, Medical Practitioner, Bendigo; Cap !' tain George Victor Lansell, Bendigo; William Crowley, Esq., .Soli citor, Bendigo; Leonard Vivian Lansell, Esq., Investor. Bendigo. WHEN .MAKING YOUR WILL, APPOINT THIS COMPANY EXECUTOR. •MONEY TO LEND. Office, IS View street, Bendigo. JAMES P. -B. McQUIE, Manager. District Agent : William Thwaites, Eni., o.f Mc'Cay and Th-waitcs, -Solicitors, •Barker street...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOSPITAL GALA MAGNIFICENT FINANCIAL RESULT. NET PROFIT NEARLY £205. LADIES RAISE OVER £79. NOMINATION OF LIFE GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

THE HOSPITAL GALA ^ MAG-NIPICENT FINANCIAL RESULT. NET PROFIT NEARLY £205. .LADIES RAISE OV®R £79. NOMINATION OP IJIEE GOVERNORS. The gratifying announcement that the recent Gala 'held in aid of the local c-haritablc institutions liad resulted in a net profit of £i204/15/9, was made at the final meeting of the general committee in the Stock Exchange room last night. The Mayor (Cr. Freeman) presided, and as treasurer presented the bal ance-sheet, which showed the receipts to be :—iSale of tickets £76/10/, ladi es' committee £79/5/9. hooip-la £2 19/5, mer.ry-'go-r-ound £1/6/3, entry fees for events £2/14/, Sunday collec tions £<6/!l'6/3, publican's booth £10 17/, collected by trophy committee, less trophies and prizes £2S/3/6, con cert '£'35/4/9, and advertisements on 'programme £7/2/6, total £251/7/5. The chief items of expenditure were —IPrinting £!24/28/, hotel accommoda tion £2/l'3/9, iCouncil 'percentage £7 14/, judge window dressing £2/15/. 'In moving the adoption of ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FOUR C'S GENERAL MEETING. LIFE GOVERNORSHIPS AWARDED. NEW TEA ROOMS IN GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

THE FOUR C'S ^ GEXBRAL .MEETIXG. I.IiFE ,GOYiE.RXO;RSH'IPS AWARDED. •X'HJW T'.EA ROQMS IX GARDEN'S. 'The President (T\lr T. P. Reid) pre sided over a well-attended meeting of ■members on Tuesday evening;. The 'following 'intending members were nominated.:—'.Messrs, Short and Sicl'l, Mesdames J. E. Ford, P. Bassett, and Stell. It was agreed to accept the life gov ernorships offered 'by the 'Hospital and 'Benevolent Asylum in respect of don ations by the .clu'b, and '.Miss Muirhead was recommended for li'fe 'governor ship of the Asylum, and 'Mr A. Harris ('Secretary) for the Hospital. It 'was decided to make an applica tion to the Mayor to receive a deputa tion from the club, 'which is desirous of obtaining the material from a por tion of the old market building to :be used in the erection of new tea rooms in the Gardens. The matter of the formation of a brass band was deferred for considera tion. Arrangements for a monster proces sion on Now Year's Day will be atten ded to at the nex...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

GHAMBDRi LAI I'X '8 (COUCH RE .MED Y AIDS NATURE. ^Medicines tliar. aid Nature are always most successful. 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, aids expectoration, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions thereby aiding 'Nature in throwing off a cold and restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold toy Geo. Clark and 'Son, 'Wholesale distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOOT TRADE CONTROLLED. COAL MINES MAY BE TAKEN. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

BOOT TRADE CONTROLLED. LU . T» COAL IMIIX'ES MAY .BE TAKEN. i (Published in "The Times.") "The Times" correspondent at Paris says that owing to the •profiteering the (Government has taken control of the 'boot trade, and is threatening a com plete monopoly. Meanwhile, it has limited the State manufacture of boots to cheap standard patterns. i.W. Loucheur, iMinister for Munitions, announces -that the Government has appointed an advisory committee pre paratory to the introduction of the I State management of coa'l mines, with some form of 'profit-sharing.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CREATES SERIOUS POSITION. [?] DEPENDS ON STRENGTH OF ENEMY. [?] TO BE EXAGGERATED. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

(ijeatks si: mors rosrnox. Till! DKPENDS ox strength of OEM Y. ■[iJF.TH TO IiE EXAGGERATED. Service Special Cable.) ration li concentrated on the lia rs e;;o:;s ;o exrricate themselves :ae!r diflieulries. 7:e tail of Udine inevitably cut the •in: and road communication of icCariiic and .C-arso armies, and de r.it; Caaa: Cadorna's prompt retire led to farther losses that will the resistance at the Taglia 3:0. Here the principal difficulty k the shortage of artillery. S;:'a depends 011 the real strength iti Acsiro-Germans. There is good to believe that the number of tens aas been exaggerated, and t":':3b'.y the German forces are limit fci to six divisions. 1 Tie Ta;lian?ento is wide and flooded, itiiioptitaat the Austro-German ef siii ie expended by the time'the '■(' ii r-rched. I

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

BEAUTliFUL WOMEX. ill has been o'bserved that beautiful women always have good digestion. .I'l" your digestion is faulty Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver will correct it. They are easy to take and most agreea'ble in effect. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, -wholesale distri butors. i.Mr 'W. M. Hughes, the Prime .Minis ter, who is resting in the country, will prnbably return to duty on Tuesday. Mr J. A. Jensen, Minister for 'Customs, is expectec: to return to-day from Tas mania. FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Take Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver. They enable the stomach to perform its 'functions nat urally. iSold by Geo. Clark and Son, 'Wholesale Distributors. After the -police had spent a gooc deal of time in the investigation o: complaints of housebreaking in one o the northern suburbs a -woman wlic had made the complaints admitted thai she had concocted them in order tc conceal the fact that she had been in want of money. IMPORTANT TO 'DYSPEPTICS 'Bear in mind that ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ITALY BETRAYED. SECRETS REVEALED TO HUNS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

ITALY 15ETKATEI). jldii'TS KKYE ALEI) TO HITS, (Reiner.) ,:2;»i<-.raiivo oilicials in Washing ••-ieru tha: Italy was 'betrayed. -4 declare that spies gave the all i'ae -Italian secrets, borli -'■:rv and civil. Germany is be ':d;oiic preparing two great spring one from the Italian plains. "■::e second against iPetrograd.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRIA READY FOR PEACE. FRESH FEELER THROWN OUT. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

AUST1UA K1:AI)Y FOR 1'EACE. $ FRESH FEELEIl THROWN OUT. (Reuter.) ■Close upon the heels of the Austro Gennan advance on the Italian front comes another peace feeler from Aus tria. 'Dr. Seidler, the Austrian Premier, speaking in the 'Reichsrath, announced that Austria was still ready to sit at the peace table if the enemy was ready to create a foundation of equal inter state relations.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S BUDGET FASHION NOTES AND HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

WOMEN'S BUDGET JZ 5? fashion XOTcss and home hints. i ' ' During.the holidays t'lie school girls' wardrobe 'Will need renewing, and mo thers are now considering how 'best to combine suitability with economy. The nursery child is easily catered for, hut the school miss often has "ideas," and 'likes to be dressed as well as her school-mates. Fortunately serge is now being manufactured in Australia, for without this useful and most becoming material it would indeed be difficult to fit up the young 'person's wardrobe. A frock of summer serge should find a place in every girl's outfit. A charming frock just made for a school, girl is a shamrock green serge; designed in simple tunic, fashion, cut square at the neck, and fastening down the side. It is crimmed with a bold ly-worked wool embroidery, in shades of pale cinnamon and dull blue, the trimming being used round the neck, 011 the hroad, pointed belt, and on the cuffs. The hat to be .worn with it was of <a very coarse cinna...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

^.VTED. TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. 'Jib-Four £ i notes, in Barker - rcc:. Reward. Apply, 'This •) UT.—Farnii'aed -brick villa, near ...... "i'livern -:a:-Pn- during school conveniences; sleeping h v-'3ii)arinicn;. plione, bath heater, '•■•vpr.". This Oiiice. • LF{ has van going Melbour .. sexi week: pan loading wan ,'' "L'An- Apply a: once. C. Selover, - a?oa:. ^"Axtec.—Wanted to buy ;e'r-s; second-hand pianos. '.cr C0'-eSf- or 'kindergarten - j"J0aer: or iron frames. Slate) -• s::a price. Apply Cox 439, G.P.O., 3L"3I.VESS XOTICE3. ,f 2:;. 11. 51, and 7 upwards. Terms ar Garage. ;i pare payment, iHar ^ •°ur -'tow? Wheel before 1st >U!^ s;ive three pounds, f5v sa;»j:;g5 on die first six t ° 15 g0-" Every part S^aranieed to give mileage of motor ^oi IHl.iCture. :Bi mcnor wheel guaran •■"i ?rV'G^ 5' fca:;fiaction or money Wb"-vP:' persoua' guarantee. o-vtv," eclipses ev '•'iasifes-1^^.' E"";lle:it experts extol :-3 exccpjipij''" Everyone's expecta 'a* Deserves another. .. '.,s ->0ur ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

COMMERCIAL. 'BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. rr. 'Sheep.—4709 penned. A large num ber were stores, prime sheep being rather limited in number. Quotations —Prime 'crossbred wethers, woolly, 40/ to 47/G; good crossbred wethers, woolly, 37/6 to 3S/6; useful crossbred ■wethers, 'woolly, 31/6 to 35/(1; prime crossbred wethers, shorn, 30/ to 36/; extra, to S'S/9; good crossbred wethers shorn, 27/ to 28/; useful crossbred wethers, shorn, 24/6 to 26/3; prime crossbred ewes, woolly, 40/ to 46/; good crossbred ewes, woolly, 35/ to 36/; useful cross'bred ewes, woolly, 3!1/ to 33/; ©rime cross'bred ewes, shorn, ,29/ to 35/; good crossbred ewes, shorn 25/6 to 27/; useful crossbred ewes, shorn, 22/6 to 23/6; prime mer ino wethers, 37/ to 40/; good merino wethers, 35/ to 36/6; useful merino wethers, £9/6 to 32/6; prime merino ewes, 35/ to 37/; good merino ewes, i 30/ to 32/; useful merino ewes, 27/6 to 29/. .Stores, 24/ to 30/. Lambs.—3047 yarded.—The supply was a good one, 'both as regards num •bers and 'q...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

, isays DTOPEPTEOS 'NEED more MAiGNESIA. ] 3 take a .little btsuirated mag nesia IN HOT 'WATER. I.M.ME '' ' ■DLATELY AFTER eating, AX'D •■* ' .ENJOY HEARTY .MEAL'S WITH ' iOXJT 01STRESS. lif people 'who suffer more or less constantly after :meals -with acid indi gestion or dyspepsia, sourness, gas, 'bloating, etc., would make a practice of taking 'half a t.easpoonfu'1 of bisurated magnesia in a.quarter glass of hot wa ter after eating they ill ore and then put an end to all fear of stomach trouble. iFor •bisunuot! magnesia mix ing 'Willi tiie digesting food and siotn . ach 'juices -promptly ami .'ifociIvoly sweevons ai! excess :tcid. prcvems fer ■'.tientaiion an..! souving of food arid in sures a normal and 'painless diges tion that possibly you have no; ex perienced before in year;.. Got a few ounces of ordinary bisnrctcl magnesia from ilia nearest chemist and try It and see. It is harmless to the. stom ach and inexpensive. For stomach purposes be : ure and act bisurated magnesia r...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CHEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE   CHEWTON.   The anniversary of St. John's Church of England will be celebrated by a con cert in the Red Hill Hall on Saturday night, and three services in the church on Sunday, the Bishop of Bendigo preaching at the evening service. The house-removing industry is still flourishing here, and houses continue to go. It is to be hoped there will be a decided slump in this industry from   now on.   A novel but decidedly successful   method of fishing was put into prac tice on Monday evening by Mr T. A.   Ottery. From the creek at the rear of his residence he landed a 3½lb. rain bow trout with a hay fork. A fishing   line is now unnecessary when a hay   fork is handy. The fish measured 18 inches from tip to tip. People are ask ing if they still adopt the out-of-date fishing line, sinker, etc., at Elphin stone?

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Castlemaine Mail. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 November 1917

'THURSDAY, '.\0YE.\H3ER 1, 11U7. l ITEMS OF MEWS 1 Three years ago co-day the naval battle off Valparaiso was 'fought. Five heavy 'German cruisers fought three 'British cruisers, 'W-ith the result that the Good Hope and the .Monmouth were sunk, and all hands were lost. On 'the same day the first convoy of the Australian Expeditionary Force, also a force of Xew Zealanders, lei':. Albany (IW.A.) on t'he way to England, :bm fresh orders came to hand, and the force landed in 'Egypt. lit is" not thought there will to any •further stoppage of work at ihe local Woollen :.M'ill owing io the scarcity ci coal. A permit was received on Sat urday last to work up to last night, and a further one permitting work up to ^Saturday next has now come to hand. 'As '.he IMill has a fair stock of coal on hand, it is not considered likel.y there will be any further stop page. The Flower Day effort, which will take place in 'most of the schools to morrow. promises to be quite as suc cessful :as any previou...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUBMARINE MENACE. ADMIRALTY'S REPORT. EIGHTEEN VESSELS SUNK. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

stuxakim: menace. ADMIRALTY'S REPORT. Ql'GiHTEEX VESSELS SUNK. (Reiner.) The British Admiralty reports tuat • --So vessels arrived, and -321 sailed/ from (British pons during '.he past j • week. 'Fourteen vessels over and t'onri vessels under 1*00 tons were sunk. One : was unsuccessfully attacked. i

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] FIGHTING IN EGYPT. BRITISH OUTPOST SURPRISED. POSITION GALLANTLY DEFENDED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

/ V1GHTIXG IN EGYPT. -f iliRITISH OUTPOST SuRPRTSED. 'POSITION GALLAXTLY DEFENDED. (Renter.) '■An Egyptian official message says that 3000 -Turks, wl-iii 12 guns, attacked a cavalry outpost on Saturday. The ■latrer were outnumbered, and were enveloped, bar 'gallantly held the posi tion 'or six hours, until reinforcements arrived. The 'British casualties were under '100. biu the Turks' losses were heavy.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The British Front LINES SLIGHTLY IMPROVED. ARTILLERY DESTRUCTIVE. GERMAN STEEL WORKS BOMBED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

! Hie British Jf'rcnt I , LINES SI.H.'HTI.Y I.MPHOYEP. ARTILLEKV I > E S T K IT TIV E. jGEIt-MAs STEEL WORKS I503FBED. ! (Renter.) Field 'Marshal Sir Douglas Haig re ports :—We prisonered on Tuesday, north of Ypres-'Roulers railway 191, including 3 officers. There was local fi sluing on Wednesday in the neigh borhood of Ypres-Stadhi road. We slightly improved our lines by suc cessful raids north-east of Loos. Be ! sides inilietkig other -losses we took 40 prisoners. Our casualties -were light. Our artillery has -been active en the bar.tle front, and a number of destructive bombardments on hostile positions hnve been carried cut. Our aeroplanes dropped two tons of bombs on .Roulers. and Engelmunster stations, also on moving trains and billets. Our machines attacked steel works, and the station of Yolklingeu, in Germany., with excellent results. Direct hits wero observed. One of our machines did not. return.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLOWER DAY---TO-DAY REPATRIATION FUND. LOCAL EFFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

FLOWER DAY—TO-DAY ? REPATRIATION FUND. (LOCAL EFFORTS. Flower ;Day will be observ ed to-day in the schools thro ugh out the Slate, the pro ceeds going 'to t.he Education Depart ment's 'Repatriation .Fund. As the schools are trying to raise £ 10.00<) f£7500 has already been collected). it is hoped to-day's movement will be liberally patronised by rhc public. The -North School effort is a Flora! Fete, in 'the Faulder-Watson 'Hall, to be opened at '2.30 by the Mayor (Cv. Freeman). The parents, teachers, and scholars have >worked very hard, and there wil'l 'be attractions for young a:id j old. There will be many stalls pre:-; tily decorated, and laden with ptireha.-4-j able goods of all kinds. The .follow ing ladies will 'be-in charge of the vari ous attractions :—Sweet stall. 'Mrs ■Harris; -produce, Mrs Gorham: ice cream and soft, drinks, Mrs Scott: tea rooms,'.Mrs King; cake stall. .Mrs Wit tingslow; work stall. Mesdames Comes and iHardy; dips, i.Mlsses 1/eaney and Mitch...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEAVY GUN FIRE AT GAZA. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

HEAVY Gl'N FIRE AT GAZA. (Published in "The Times.") A message from Amsterdam suites Unit, a 'Berlin telegram says that there has been he.ivy artillery fire on the Gaza front all clay and night long. iSuc.li of the cable news on this ipage so headed has appeared in "The Times," and is ca.bled to Australia by special permission. iTt should be understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to 'he so.

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