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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

The Castlemaine Mail Subscribe (0,"r M "or """rtcr) Advert*8® PA11TICULARS AT THIS OFFICE, OR AGEXTS THROUGHOUT TIIL' PisT1*11*' V

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDIAN MOTOR CYCLE OWNERS. OUTING AT MACEDON. CASTLEMAINE ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

'IaDIAX .MOTOR CYCLE OV.'XKUS. OUTIXG AT -.UACIDDOX. OA'STLK.MIVI'X E A'RRAOvGEOJEXTS. On Sunday the Rhodes Motor Cycle Co. are entertaining all Indian riders throughout Uie 'Suite at .V; Mr •Harrison, the local Indian iVs,-r'.buioi\ requests ihai. all riders fro->i c'.iis dis trict will meet "On the Corner" at 9.30 a.m. sharp. (Already about 2-50 riders from Castlemanie,'Bcndigo. Eal larat, 'Maryborough. .Bacchus Mar:h. and Gee'long, have signified their .h' t'ion o.f ma'kiug t.he trip, and it is e*<s«j :ed that about -'>0 per cent of ladies will be present in sidecars. Maeedon )s an ideal spot for an outing of ibis .and an enjoyable time is antici pated for all taking part. Ilendigo and .Maryborough riders ■will mee: the Oastlemaine boys here, ar.d approaching Jubilee li,ill ihe con tingents will separate to be photo graphed as they lin-ish. A group -photo ■will then be taken of all riders and outfits, after which an adjournment will -he 'made for a "'wash up" and...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

BOROUGH COUNCIL. FOR.TX KMITLY M WET IXG. The fortnightly meeting of the .Bor-j ough Council was 'held last night. Pre-, sent. :—Crs. Freeman ('Mayorj, Ire land, -Macaifee, Taylor, Yandell, Corn ish iCorbel, Alartin, and 'Howe. COniR.'ESPQXDBX'CE. From Mr T. Dug'gan, and five other residents of Winter's Flat, requesting that, a light be placed in Frederick st., near the 'Winter's 'Flat State school.— Referred to visiting committee. From -Mr 15. Collens, of Castiemaine, requesting that steps 'be taken i:> ha\e the >.14th November (picnic day ) gazer ted a public holiday.—'Granted. From .the secretaries of the McKen zie street. (IDendigo) and Wesley .Hill i.Methodist. •Sunday schools, for permis sion to hold -picnics in the Gardens on the il4th 'November.—Granted. From the iBendigo Returned'Soldiers' Association, asking for permission to hold a picnic in the Gardens on 'Boxing Day.—Granted. From .the secretary of the Four C s. applying for the .free use of the Camp Reserve on Ne...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXI. At [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

CHAPTER XXL Ralph was I: of Licit :o his c-'.vn ■• :-:: ;m>l to Ills owa >12' '.i to see U; •r.ni'p.in", a::>i sinevrv^ hr:;::;: would livvcr s:o :hv i-s; si N'ovirihtics", Uo c " ft prophecy thai Bare?. tr.. tea one-.* more. ami th £ to be iJoUc'! for that cv;-.:t; pettier towaras C:r\ :• v. sonvr.vhat juystorlc - froia Charteris warn:^ ca was rvturcins • ^ tliat b-3 was to ?'•: tlint In.' e^Mred. in r::..: ' c-vc-:' proy-eMion. ho:.viv;: he maue tc H:" seed in without uio s-ii.".::?. There was only one tit:-; ft v that wa2 to .obey. It" anyc-cr' savo Die!t cov.hh ' a work of su^cvf.uoc? 'SiV- _ diti any:h:as iriatu-r -:j was estranged it^ra ^r... njver sec hint a'Ta.:.; wn.s uon.i "or evft\ t " Kiial was a trtv. the strtt: t ;n?":e ■• race, "i it Hthat to -he "/.tv .r. ev-i."> t '.ins, till might have ICvj "Ami "'Ot i- 13 - ;l l\ai h tc!! himself r.a '-■> :•■ aoh^t-v .;itm,?r. "To -i.:.^'-' i-ttia :he;v vo^iV : an .-.a;-. S;:;'. I hnv; th;*: T shall not "navo so das...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE S[?]OOTING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

ItSv'LE SHOOTIXCl. •CA'STLEIIATXE CUJB. , trophy ' shoot. wiil bo iired to anorriw on the local range, at 500 -and $00 yards. A War Savings Certificate wiil be the irophy. All me-mibers '\visb ing^to shoot must 'be on the range foy jive o'clock.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

I (Reuter.) i •A wireless German official message Plates that t'hey have taken 220,000 prisoners on the 'Italian front, and Jiavo captured 1000 guns. •

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XX. A Neat Stratagem. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

CHAPTER XX. i A Neat Stratagem. ICool as he was, Barca "writhed a little under Clarkson's steady gaze. He would have liked to ask a few more questions, but Clarkson had al ready turned to the door as if the interview were closed. And before Barca could make up his mind what *o say next his visitor had vanished. "Now, what the dickens is the mean ing of it all?" Barca muttered. "Why does that chap come and bother me to know where Holt is? He must know something definite or his man ner would not be so assured. And yet he says and does nothing which leads one to suppose that he is after the plunder. He must have somebody be hind him, somebody who has paid his debts and redeemed his wardrobe, and. at any rate for the present, has made him a respectable member of society. I must make it my business to find out who is behind this fellow. But, first of ail, I must go down to Abbey Close immediately. The source of the danger must be removed. After that, I shall be able to tackle Mr. Jim Gla...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOY SCOUTS CASTLEMAINE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

CASTLE.MAiLNE THOOP. (By Pioneer.) On Friday evening last, tlie Troop met as usual, and carried out good use ful 'Scout work, for quite a num'bcr passed 1st and 12-ivd tests in ambulance work satisfactorily. Others were further advanced in 1st class tests. On Saturday afternoon another peri od for field work was carried out for 1st class work, which cannot be given ■in the club 'room. Twelve Scouts en tered the tests in judging distance, area computation., etc., for the 1st class badge. ' Very good eye measure ment 'was displayed, all .present realis ing the importance of the test. After the work of the afternoon was finished, a good game of cricket was played by those (present, -and a very pro'flta'ble and enjoyable afternoon was spent by all.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Italy RETREAT CONTINUES. ITALIANS FALL BACK 30 MILES ENEMY'S CONTINUED SUCCESS. ITALIANS' HEAVY LOSSES. (Published by "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

Its ly Jy EE THE AT COYL'IN UES. ITALIANS FALL BACK SO MILES EXEMY'S COXTJM'EI) SUCCESS i { ITALIANS' HEAVY LOSSES. (Published by "The Tlmos."J The Italians have now retreated ap proximately 30 miles. iComrntinirj ues issued on 'Wednesday reveal t-hat .fighting is going on two or three miles cast of Tagliamento River, three miles east of Takliamento River, on which the .Italians are expected to stand, but the whole tendency of the, retreat, aims ro considerably shorten j the lines of paramount importance. Apparently ihe Second and Third 'Ar mies are clear ot' their pursuers, and are retreating in 'good order. The covering troops are figlvthig splendid ly, and delaying the advance. .•

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

MORE Ttt'-VX EX'OUGiH LS TOO MUCH To maintain 'health, a 'mature man or woman needs just enough -food to repair the waste and supply energy and 'oody heat. The habitual con sumption • of more food 'than is neces sary for these purposes is the prime cause c'f stomach troubles, rheumat ism, and disorders of the kidneys. .If troubled Avich indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and not appetite con trol. and 'take a tew doses of Cham berlain's Tablets and you will soon be all right again. iSold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. The restrictions placed on ihe use of gas and electricity for household pur poses in the city will be removed in a few days, probably on -Monday. A state ment to this effect was made by Mr J. ■Cook, .Minister for the Navy, when seen on the subject yesterday. The '.Minister added that he had been wait ed on by representatives of brick-mak ers, who had been hard hit by the coal restrictions, and lie was able to prom ise that they would probably be ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LIBERTY LOAN TO-DAY THE LAST DAY. TREASURY MAKES APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

THE LIBERTY LOAN '-i TO-DAY THE LAST DAY. TREASURY MAKES APPEAL. To-day 'ho Uberty Loan will close, and all who have not. .invested should do so at once. This is a duty 'which 'hey owe to themselves and to the Anzacs who are fighting their battles. All citizens are not in a position to .take an activ? part, in fighting, but most of them can helpj the soldiers and assist their speedy re-| turn to Australia by buying War Bonds j or Certificates. In this way they can; help to shorten the duration of the war by securing .for the Allies a decisive victory. { IBonds may be purchased from CIO upwards, one-tenth 'being the amount of deposit and the balance being pay- j able in -monthly instalments extending! over live months. tint crest a: she rate of 4A nor cent., free of income tax. is paid 011 all money invested, so rim it is a valuable security, apart altogether from .the fact, that by lending money; to the Government for such purpose.; investors are performing an act of practical patri...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Sweet Tooth. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

Our Sweet Tooth. Britons have the sweetest toolh, and Americans come next, if the statistics for consumption of su gar mean anything'. An Englishman eats annually 02.41b., an American consumes 79.21b. In Denmark the average consumption is '72.Gib. per capita; in Switzerland it is 5510.; in Germany, I-Toiland, Sweden, and Nor way it is from .".rd'>. to 4-ilb.; in France. 35lb.; in Belgium, :.UTo.; in Austria.. 24.21b.; in '.Russia. lO.Slb.; in Portu gal, 15.41b.; in Spain and Turkey, 11. lb.; in Italy, Bulgaria, Iloumania, and Serbia, from G)h. to 71b. The princi pal reason for these variations is found in the relative highness or low ness of the Cvstonrs duties on sugar and on the things with which it is commonly associated—coffee, tea, &c.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUSINESS NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

'BUSINESS 'NOTICE. '.Mrs ,;Peil, ladies' draper, of Barker street, wishes to 'inform the ladies of iCas-tlemaine and district that the al terations and extension to her shop are now -finished, 'and a very much larger stock of goods is now carried. The stock is up-to-date, carefully selected, jinil -included in the new goods are hundreds of corsets, hundreds of pieces of neckwear, scores of blouses, ready to-wear hats, panainas, infant's dres ses, underskirts, singlets, handker chiefs, etc., and an enormous quantity of underclothing, and all at very mod erate prices.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. BOWLING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

BOWLING. OASTLEMALXE CLUB. The-first competition for the season will tako place on the local green to morrow afternoon, when a rink tourna ment -will take .placc among the -mem bers. Play starts at 2.30 p.m. The following- are the teams and draw for the .first round :— Catron, Lewis, -Xeap, Frank v. Lan nul. Spence. Dempster, Ash. iSteiner, Mitchell, Hutson, Baker v. Gumming, Gill, Corict.t., .lredale. Faravoni, Elphick, Ellis, Arc'hdall v. Tonkin, •Beck-ingsale, J.ine, AVallish. Any o-f the above players unaiSle to .play are requested 'to 'notify the secre tary at once.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

TOT JLlESL Ho-ra.131; When Selecting a Gift €3-C2> -fco V, . W. 'F. Newham's A Xaaa?s?© ^.s2.s5L "Wai3t?3.©^L £S OS^"t-^OLOX3L"& : ' OF UP-TO-DATE GOODS. GT yore CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS AT THE FROST AT ONCE. ALLTHF. LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO T>HE LATEST MAGAZINES X AND .WEEKLY PAPERS." ijWalF BARKER S'lB^ET. Barley-Davidson again Oil tOp : Local Road Record Established -'OIOK CYCLIST vr. WILSON, ON HIS 7 li.p. IIARLEY Il.'v.ViI>SOX. CARRYING ONE PASSEXGEK. IN -LAST SAT l'Rl>AY'S RELAY RACE, TUT IT THE AliOYE WONDER *'l'L UOAI) HIDE, A(;Ai?i PROViXG THE isREI>03MNAN O: OF THE UAllLEY OVER ALL 0T1SEll 'MACHINES. 0N TW OF Tins PERFORMANCE, IV. WILSON SUCCESS ll-LLY SURMOUNTED THE 3IUCH• T ALKEI> -OF AN'ZAC iiILL« AT 3IALD0N, WITHOUT MKMOl'NTING. SOLE LO'v'AL AGENT : .. .1. J. R. OUGGAN M,eH and Studebakcr Motor ^'Mrnirc, Templcton Street. • •Ujj i cJiavoi-s (It ■Jidior cy< !»s uro to write or call, and a <««-' j niims'irafiiii! ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. HIGH SCHOOL V. TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

I CKICKET. iHIGIH SCHOOL.V. TECHXiICA:! SCHOOL. A High School team met a team from the Junior Technical .School oil the Western Reserve yesterday afternoon and an enjoyable game resulted. The High School 'baited first, and compiled! 6fi runs, towards which the chief con tributors 'Were .McLean and X. Rasmussen (IP). The "Techs" prov ed unequal to their task, none of their players succeeding in striking form. They :were nil dismissed for 17 runs, .McLean taking A wickets for 5 run?, and Spowart 4 for 7. Spov.w.: dis tinguished himself by catclvng r.ncl bowling one batsman, and thei clean bowling tho next, three with succes sive bulls.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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LAWN TENNIS. RED CROSS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

laivx r i:nms. RED OROS3 TOURX AM EXT. The adjourned tournament, in aid of I the local 'branch of the Red Cross will he played on a he local courts to morrow. The admission is sixpence, and afternoon tea.will be c.btainatle at sixpence. The .following is the draw : — C A S T r-EM AIX ECO U R T. ■12.30.—ilouse and .Mrs House (owe 15) v. Verey and'.Miss Philpois (scr.); Stoneman and '.Miss -Verey (scr.), v. Ea-gle and Airs Eagle (rec. 15). . '1.15.—Irodale and -Mrs Irodale (scr.) v. I-T. Symes and .Mrs Eagle (rec. .3); Bartold and .Miss Xewlands (owe .3) •v. Arbreclu and'.Mrs Ritchie (owe .3). •1.45.—'Cariwristh: and Miss Collins (scr.) v. -Pritchard mid .Miss Collins (owe 15): Johns and Mrs Gi'l (ewe 15) v.'Walters and'.Miss Vick (rec. .3). 2.15.—;Hill and Miss iBakcr (rec. .3) v. Hughes and '.Mrs Morell (c'we 15): Ritchie and Aliss Williamson (owe 15.3) v. Williams and Mrs .Whitelaw ' (owe .3). TTGPETOrX ' COURT. 12.30.—Bayley and Aliss Corduer (owe .3) v. A. Symes and Aliss X. Cock...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

CASTLEJfAISE POST OFFICE 3TAILS # TIME-TABLE. •■Mel-bourne, close 6.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, 6 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 I).in., 9.30 p.m. Woodend, close, 6.30 a.m.; arrive 10.30 a.m. ■Campbell's -Creek, close (3.30 a.m., 3.30 p.-m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeen, close 6.30 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 0.30 -a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. 'Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.-30 a.m. -Woodbrook, 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, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7:20 p.m. IChewton, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.,m., 7.20 p.m. •Fryerstown, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p..m., 7.20 p.m. Vaughan, :close 6.30 a.m.; arrive, 7.20 p.m. Glenlucc, 'close 6.30 a.m., iMon.. Wed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mon., Wed., Fri. iHarcourt, close 9.-15 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.,m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 0.45 a.m.; ar ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Castlemaine Mail. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

3 Crjstkiaiuris iitaiL 'FRIDAY, ;.\OYIC M'ru-m 1!U7. ITEMS QF NEWS •4 I !By the express train yesterday even ing the (Governor (Sir Arthur Stan | ley) passed through Castlemaine for Kerang, where he will officially open the Agricultural .Society's • show to day. • ! Dr. G. B. AY ray, second son of the late WIr R. <^I. Wray, of Castlemaine, •and elder brother of Colonel Fred. W. Wray, C.M.G., .Senior Anzac Chaplain with the A.I.F., who died at Notting ham (England), on 16th September, was 'born at Taradale. He went home at an early age, and was educated at Uroheda Grammar iSchool, and Trinity College. Dublin, at 'which University he took his M.D. degree. After experi ence in Guy's Hospital, London, Dr. Wray set up in practice for himself at Annesley, a colliery town near Not tingham. Here he spem nine years of strenuous labor among the coal miners, subsequently removing to Not tingham, where he resided for the past 27 years. He leaves a widow and family of two sons and fou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 November 1917

SKIN LIKE RAW MEAT. * 30-YEARS-OLD ECZEMA ENDED 'BY j ZAyHBUK. O.lr J. A. Dix, 4i Tower street, Leed erville, .Perth, .'W.A., says "For 30 years I suffered i.'ear.i'ul pain and mis-, ery from an outbreak oi burning, itch ing cczema, round the joint; of my right knee. The constant irritation was in tolerable, and as I couldn't help scilU clihig, the disease gradually got worse and worse. M'any a t.vme ha'e 'I sci in ched until the blood has run down my fingers, and that the diseased places have become so ibadly .swollen and in flamed that they 'looked just like a piece o'f raw meat. "All my efforts to find a cure were fruitless, and 'I had doctor s treat ment in Adelaide, Broken Hill, <ind Victoria, with 'no better result. I had 'just about lost all hope of ever 'being free of the awful disease when a .friend 'gave me a 'pot of Zara-iBuk. 'il reaily used it to .please him, but the applications 'brought such relief that'I soon sen't for another pot from the chemist. 1 conti...

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