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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917

R. DANN & Co House Furnishers, Barker st. Special Reductions This Month Only Fviox* -to Stoolctabiixigr "W%t. A clianoe tliat slxould. not Ibe 333Li.SSS30«a. R. DANN and Co. 03essBaxrMmtE&&/8a t l.T3-js?&-v&.*rjssa sar/v a " ' f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the most | prompt and effectual medicine in use for this | complaint. It -acts - on nature s plan, loosem | the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the | secretions and aids nature to restoreJhc system I to a healthy condition. RfAWISIUi ^ —"<2r.akTB3MJM WA.1 pOCOA BEST & GOES FARTHEST A delicious Savouring d!so for paddings and pastry. LET COOK USE IT.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP "Zekle crep' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru' the winder."—Lowell. THE NEW BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 October 1917

CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP   (By "ZEKLE.") '•Zekle crep' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru* tlie winder."— Lowell. THE <X®W BABY. The blithe and lusty toby that on Mon day saw the light, !ls a credit to its Prank and Roy-al nurses; His God-dad W. iHalford .welcomed him with wild delight, , And 'Wrote for him these sentimental verses: He looks robust and handsome in his well-aired swaddling clo'es, : He's a prattler to whose charms the ladies pander; (He's the image, .from his curly locks down io his chubby toes, 'Of his poor, lamented brother, "Al exander." He was christened soon as he was iborn, -with common printer's ink, At midnigiit, -lay the common prin ter's devil : ' He winked his eye .what m iy demon said, "I think'' "We'll name him 'Castlemainc, tot good or evil.'' He is certainly a bonzer in his dainty frock of print, And he's making strides the saucy little rover, ,Witli his 'bottle and his comfort, and liis dribbling bib of lint, ■He is rushed, and b...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

C03DIEECJAL. BEXDIGO STOCK .MARKET. IL. Cattle.—431 yarded. Of this amount about 250 were stores. The -quality of •the trade yarding was good, and inclu icd a fair precentage of nice handy weight bullocks and cows. Quotati ons—Prime pens of bullocks, £19/10/ to £25; odd extra .prime and heavy, £3(5; good bullocks, medium weights, £17 to £1S; useful 'bullocks, medium weights, £1-1/17/6 to- £1(5; prime lightweight bullocks, £13 to £11/10/; ,1'Vime cows, £115/1/ to £1(J/10/; extra to £22; good cows, £1'2/10/ to £15; useful cows. £10/10/ to £11/10/; prime heifers, £14/10/ to £16; good' heifers, £12 to £.13/10/; nice light-i weight heifers, £10/5/ to £11. Stores,! £7/2/6 to £ 13/12/. , ;Shcep.—2S36 penned. The supply! of trade sheep was a good one, and -all[ classes were well represented. A fair number of prime shorn sheep was: included in the penning. Quotations;! —Useful crossbred wethers, 32/ to 33./; extra, 56/ to 60/'; good crossbred -weth-j ers, 34/6 'to 36/; prime crossbred weth-|...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

ONLY SIX OUT OF A THOUSAND. According to IDr. Davidson, one of .'the .famous surgeons in .His .Majesty's ■tier-vice in 'India, only six cases of ap pendicitis were found in about one •thousand major operations upon the 'natives, This observation agrees with other authorities who have noted the ■absence of appendicitis among people ■whose diet keeps them free from con stipation. 'Constipation has frequently been as signed as a direct cause for appendici tis, and many people have endeavored •to overcome it by the use of laxatives and habit-forming drugs. .XUJOL, an internal lubricant, is the ideal remedy for cpnstipation. XUJO'L is manufac tured 'by the Standard Oil Company (Xew Jersey), UJSjA., >It is a lubricant, •not a medicine or a drug, and is not absorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere 'with digestion. Plea sant to take. .For sale iby Philpots and •Coakley, Gastlemaine. p Feed Baby a - l^ooa WHEN the Mother's own breast-milk is insufficient ilj That's the acivi...

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 — 4 October 1917

WOMEN'S BUDGET rt; FASHION NOTiCS AND HOME HINTS.; 'The various shapes of the spring millinery are legion. There are large (hats, small liats, medium shaped liats, •close fitting hats. The up-to-date ■spring -headgear would take reams to describe. The standard of the pres ent-day millinery is rather .high. IWe all recognise .the fact that the hat is the crux of every woman's toilet; no matter how shabby the frock, if ac companied by a modern and becoming 'hat, it passes muster so to say. There are elaborate and severe styles in the new millinery. Sailor shapes still play a part. Simplicity in the way of trimming is one o,f the principal feat ures, t'he long scarf veil helping to compensate for 'the restraint in the . trimming- of the hat. The •veils look in many instances like scarves, carried out in ninon or chiffon; they boast a iborder in a contrasting shade, such as •a navy blue ninon, hemstitched with a •becoming red iborder ninon, a w.hite ■banded with ;black, or 'Paisley nino...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

TO let, for sale, etc xV,nied. for cool store ^PO'T1'-1^ ' vnpiv. May, con 1-1:i . jj ircoi"'1- ^ - 1 ' " ' _\V.B. liouse, i or particulars to V °Hail!Ubi^10 ;Bendig0 ^v.vNTFI).-Wanted to buy AV0S ■ ^coiid-hand Pianos. ■ „;,ipSe or Kindergarten ** 5„ 05 iron frames Apply. ,-. ^V'o" Melbourne. ■f (--I, u.i —— NOTICES. TO EX.] OA" aiSxiXaCUPOFTEA. HOW? ! a. TEA, sweetened WHITE SUGAR from llOKAN ami t -V10 S. motorcycle, b speed ..- 'perLec; condition, at Har ,iUTerms arranged; your -bicy ... payment. '-<_;el! vour eggs for spot cash penney-s tearooms, Barker ..,rAK pota'oes. we still lia\e "'v/' Reai Carmens, quality ,,ya*;,> in peeling. We to keep. Sold In. any ; :::r V Ai. -Hurler, grocer, -Bar ?■•••'■■ Strict- ^ r»<)"iKS-were sold in Victoria du -Vus'ust. The highest in ;e-f Fords I'P.-Buicks 26; sales ,..;Cl.;;er makes being lower iu uuni Xilit Sgd. lr.-V?.-S-iunders' Electric Corn and "iVart Cure, removes without i-'ce 1'. Sa tinder's Pile Cure, £10 guar...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Russia RUSSIA'S TROUBLES INCREASE REBELLION AT TASHKENT. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

Russia "RUSSIA'S TKOUIM.KS 1MKU- ; REBELLION AT TA$UKt>'"' (Keu:or.) Agitators at Tashkent. ;• | Russian Turkestan, supp^^".^^.{■ regiments, have dee! a rod ''uve -e# - deuce ot the province' and ^.eTr^: u ed an ultimatum by the u ' which has sent troops to -u ^ disorders. _ . . f3de*s. i •.Mussulmans and niilttarj ^ p Tashkent are opposing ^gS% cadets have occupied tiie i-01

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DUNKIRK BOMBARDED. FRENCH MAKE REPRISALS. FOUR GERMAN CITIES. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

DUXKIKK liOAriiAKDEIK FRENCH .MAKE .REPRISALS. FOUR :GER.U,VX CITIES. (Router.) "■Enemy aeroplanes bombarded Dun kirk most, violently," says a •French com iminifjue. "Serious material damage was done and jhere were civilian victims. •l\Ve. as a reprisal, dropped bombs on S;uncart (the capital of Wurtem ben;), Treves (in Rhenish .Prussia), ■Co.blcnz (the capital of .Rhenish 'Prus sia), and Frankfurt-on-:.hfc-.M;iin."

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Italy SIGNIFICANT ITALIAN MOVE VALUABLE HILL TAKEN. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

SIGNIFICANT H'U.IAX f YALTA Hi. F tJii.l. TAHE^' Renter's corrc.s"-: says -hat t.ho :* ....: > -;"c end of the Hair?:" Podlskc and Mador'.v-. :naae a significant. advan^. c a ?: a'ble hi!!. 1500 fee: in -e5fJr<,Ct heroic struggle. T'::s , r'ejr,":-; i; changed hands :':"eraoany roeiMU ti grin ins.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

A TRUE AXD TRIED REMEDY FOR ADD -DIGESTIVE TROUBLES! Xo medicine sold in Australasia is so generally used by all classes as Dr. Morse's Indian Roor Pills. '.Rich and 1)our alike use them for the "little ills" el life. By looking after and corrcct ijjfjr the "little ills" the "great ills" look after themselves. (During such limes as the -present, it behoves every* one to study rheir health and keep fit. A -Dr. Morse's Indian Root -Pill occasi onally is the best 'health insurance one can secure. After a Ilg-h: of sr.ven hours, the out break C:' lire cm the steamer at the' Victoria. Dock 'was c-xi 'j'gnished shortly after three o'clock yesterday morning. The firemen >\\rGrc ■vkh dravrn at about 11 o'clock. The ves sel i.s of <57-50 tons, and considering the spread of the flames, it. escaped with slight damage. The origin of the lire is in doubt. C.VXT KEEP 'IT SK0R15T. ■TJie splendid work of Ciiaiubt rhiui's Tablets for ihe stomach and liver uai'y 'becoming more widely kn...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(United Service Special Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

| The Proniicr '.Mr iioyJ &'•'* % ;l:,d Held Marshal' Prencii' ; 'tloine For :>-."ea ;n Lor. do: sul:ed :'rom i Standing : '^hleh :o::: a rr.o; her a:;.: araggoti on; dio Coir;,: •< ••.•;. ■v.is aroused, a pressioa. To, poor people—-iv. round:;:.; him. ; «?d, "We-;; give ;he;n Ho'.:. : soon." The ; : :ind clapped ;Ih

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAHLIAS AND THEIR CULTIVATION LECTURE BY MR J. H. UPHAM. SOME VALUABLE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

DAHLIAS ANQTKE1R GiRTIVATiON j \ T •LECTU'RiE 3Y MR J. .11. U.'PHA.U. •SOiME VALUA/B'LE I X:F O'RiM AT ION. Mr J. <li. Up ham, Curator of the Botancal Gardens, delivered an inter esting and instructive lecture on the above su'bject at the meeting of the Horticultural iSociety on Monday night. (In his preliminary remarks, he said that the origin of the -dahlia is rather uncertain. It is understood to have been brought from .Mexico to France. After having been cultivated for some time it 'was lost, 'for nearly 100 years. ■Seeds i\vere again brought over, .and after several years' growing, a'tid care ful attention, it toegan to sport, and the eld double dahlia 'was produced. This was done by English gro wers. In the year IS'SO the 'first, cactus dahlia was exhibited in England by Cannel, of Swansea. A few years later others were produced, and they were so fan cied by growers that the dahlia ibegan to advance, and from then has gone fonward. In the cultivation of dahlias the ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AIR RAIDS ON LONDON TEN PEOPLE KILLED INJURED NUMBERS MR LLOYD GEORGE AROUSED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

TEX PF.O?:.E Kil INJURED NT.M3ET. M'lv L'LOY'D GEiMlGE As (Keu'O'.'.t sin Monaay n:jr:i: * air r.ua were killed and :'•$ injured. |'f: '1: U oSlcia'.ly stated t'tat % Britis.li pilots in cot | :he raids of tae i: ei-;:!"- "i landed saioiy.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOST DANGEROUS OF MINOR AILMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

..A JO ST DANGEROUS OF 'MINOR AIL jIEXTS. 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 cokl 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 medy is famous for its cures of this most c-ommon ailment, and is pleasant, '•and'safe to take. Why fake such des perate chances when so reliable and irusbivorthy 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
CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE HONORARY MEDICAL OFFICERS. DR. MONDON'S APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

CASTLEMAINE H08Plifti MEETIXG OF THE CO),.^ HONORARY -MBDICAL otTrt, ■DR. .UOX'DC.YS A?PIjicatiox • The usuai monthly meetin committee of the Casilemaia#Vi was held in the Mayor's night, the president {Mr H. dall) in the chair. ' "" ••■'c 'The following correspond .. received and dealt with 4 From the rrustees of tha S: v Zeal estate. notifying t.-aai cided to make an addition of''*uv to the hospital's share in ;}'■] periodical distribution oi '^3 extra donaiion being for the cf assisting in the building of •!*«£! operating theatre. ' .A letter was received frdm y. , Mondon, stating that his bro*a?-"\ Mondon. had instructed him "-0 asking that Dr. iMondon be pe:^ to attend his own patients in pital. if they desired he should it-"'' The secretary remarked that •U' was a rule governing the appo';;-^ or honorary racdical officer; """"" The chairman : The commit-^ not the .power to appoint ho::;> medical otiieeri. They must be iv ed ar the annual meeting o! s^' ers. Mr Cornish asked ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE NEWSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE j>. XEWiSTEA'D. A young man named William Teague residing at Green Gully was before thoj local court 011 Friday to answer a cha rge of larceny. Teague, who is an in valid, took possession of a motor-cycle lamp which was attached to a machine in Lyons street. 'The ilJench took into consideration the fact of his unfortun ate state of health, and passed a sent ence of one month's imprisonment, the tenn to. be suspended upon his enter ing into a bond to be of good behavior] for twelve months. The local 'branch or the Australian Women's National League held a meet ing on Saturday afternoon, there being a good attendance. .Mrs F. Summons representing the head oliice, spent sev eral days recently canvassing the dis trict for the enrolment cf members, and her eliorts iwere highly satisfac tory. .Miss Armstrong, president of the Kyneton ibranch, explained the aims and objects of the league. The move ment locally is being well advanced, and it is expected that the b...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAND BOARD APPLICATIONS DEALT WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

UNO BOARD APPLICATION'S DEALT WITH. J' The Land Officer OMr A. W. Goode") j presided at a Land Board sitting in; the courthouse yesterday afternoon. The following applications for land were dealt vitli •:—■ PARISH OP CASTLE MAINE. ;B. T. O^Reilly, 20 acres.—Recomraen ded, Geo. Earl, 3 acres.—'Refused. A. Robinson, 4 acres.—Recommend ed. •PARISH OF BURKE. •A. McCalluin, 2(i acres.—Recommen ded. j PARilSII OP FARADAY. j J. Ely, 4 acres.—Recommended. 1 PARISH OF STiRAXGWAYS. F. AY. Thompson, 3 acres.—With drawn. PARISH OF YAXDOIT. C. \Y. Melver, il20 acres—'Recommen ded.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS RIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

SPORTING NEWS *—— lill-LE SHOOTING. CA'STLICMAI-XE GLUB. On Saturday next, a competition at 200 and 300 yards (10 shots at each range), will be lirud, tiic prize l"or which will bo a .£ 1 war saving certifi cate. On Saturday, the 2Yih, a similar competition .will be fired at 500 and (500 yards.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

If Ixl When Selecting a Gift Crro "tio W. F. Newham's "^s&zkksLocSL Assoiptment OF UP-TO-date goods. iSr TOUR CHRIST3IAS presents FOR tile boys AT THE FRONT AT once. iiLTHEL.ii.TEST NOVELS ON hand; also THE LATEST magazines • j alxd WEEKLY PAPERS. & m F, fi st wham DARKER street, :ao Garage » 1 i £ i! ^ fpif 3 LIES NON-stop RUN—WORLD'S RECORD. :£<sr Touring Car : HIO-H-PRICEP CAR features. ALL INCLUDED FOR £:293. iftKY PEii- AND every REFINE3IENT OF CXSirt SELL AT TWICE ITS PRICE. , ,J.e Car ^ suit file man with Hie fetiif00^' 1v'ni,';-riiilly lig-lit on lub T ? &n and Itpfivism ^'miles' anil benzine. 5 to ''if1 gallon of liihric;.-! ■ 'ArnvL-11''-'* 'l!'r *'! benzine. c^^niATJON runs arran iii MSWiCTlVE ruvers. ,>tsirfor and electric liirlits. t<'nsi(tii numnt-io. klmki top. ■n,, design, jf. - windshield (clear 1^ and rainproof) | Jwrn. Wider front and rear seats. Aluminium transmission housing. Handsome rounded radiator & li...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CAUSE OF INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 4 October 1917

TiH!E 'CAUSE- OF IX'DiliGESTlOX. y (Hatch .valuable information may bo gleaned from a. somewhat lengthy medical report just published. For instance, it is made clear ihar more ■than 90 per cent., of all cases of indi gestion, dyspepsia, etc.. arc due to the presence of acid 111 the stomach, and physicians agree that, .when this fact is realised by the public, they will be call ed upon to treat very few cases of stomach ■trouble, ana the cause cf the trouble—the acid in the stomach—may readily ho overcome without their aid. An effective preparation for this pur pose is said to he 'bistiraied magnesia, and they advise those who are troubled with almost. any form of digestive trouble to obtain a small quantity, of ■tliis product from their chemist, and take half-a-teaspoonful in a little water after meals, as tins will prevent fer mentation and neutralise any acid ■which may be formed, thus rendering iJie food easy of digestion. Certainly this plan seems preferable to dosing t'he stoma...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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