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HEAVY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 November 1917
HEA'VY ©REEDS. (R.IJR.—:H. }.ic:.\a'bb .. G 145 •B.O.—'ilrs Yick .. 4 134 IB.O.—Oaklands IP.'F. .. 131 :B.O.—:C. illiins'wortli .. 6 113 IB.O.—■C. 'Godding .. 5 1111 B.O.—iH. Slingo .. 4 10G iB.O.—J. IH. Ely .. .. 5 99 'B.O.—!B. Barker 4 96 ■BjO.—R. 'Williams .. 6 9G BjO.—J. iDanu 5 S4 RjI.R.—E. W. iH-iippc .. .. 4' 72 B.'O.—H. M. Clipstone .. 2 70 BJR.—'D. iManifold .. 1 6S 'B.'O.—A. E. Ro'binson .. 2 66 B.'O.—'H. ilcDouga'.l ■ .. 2 64 B.O.—A. 'L. Anderson .. 3 &lt;54 ■B.O.—A. 'iletlierall .. 4 5G B.O.—A. 'Welch .. 6 ■50
The Castlemaine Mail. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 November 1917
j :?ATIMIDAY, XOYE.M'CER 1917. ITEMS GF NEWS 4 ^ Ihiet ago to-day iiussia do c'.aro&lt;1 war 011 Turkey, who a low days jl';e\iops!y rlocidcj to throw he;- lor in j ;;'Uh ;i!0 Ceniral Powers. AVhat was ; ilien Claimed as the bloodiest bnrtle in tory tu'-k piaee in -Flanders, the AI '!o=> gaining considerable ground and military advantage. _ The public mooting to bo hold .in the Jonn Hull th:.s e\-eni-ii-- is one of much mo re tnan ordinary importance, and cvor-v e:a}:(!:« litis the interests of 'own at stake should be present, 'lie new i L t - h school confcrs manv auvantages on the town, and as it has \0b' ",0 r(,!5iue''us nothing thev will !-0uoUo^ bo only too willing to help "n soennn-g a proper playground, more especially :t&lt; the .proposed site will a: oaJy i/nprove the appearance of the tO A n eoinerted into a playground. ae moo-mis been convened bv !«o Mayor, and wi]j no doubt be vcrv largely attended. Mr John Norton, of Albert street, Wattle Gully, Chewt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 3 November 1917
-fT --••ho now & ua uns •p.ij. has appeared in "The u cabled to Australia by permission. &lt;rt should be ^.,;i ;h:u the opinions are no: '•/' The Times" unless expressly 1je s0' 1 ^yrr.D( TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. i'lVTHD—A =irl !i*or houseworl li ... cace, no .washing or -ironiiu Criiei'ion Hotel. rgy i-lorac .'Workers 'Wanted, spare ^ :!n:e. profitable employment; ^explaining, three stamps. Tor - Licc Jo., Melbourne. li'sN'TED.—!Nursemaid, for three " ?.vc-!vs. Apply, -Mrs Thwaites, '■ s:reo:. p.VTED.—A good girl or elderly " xomau to lock after -children, -r. B.D.. c. o Mail Office. ::l on 3Ia?kleford road, single br.rrei breach-loading gun, on ■■■ 0:'o'oc". Reward. H. Cox, Pleas • ;:rec-t. .1ST.—Six weeks ago, ai Harcourt. ' :■$) -asis in brown box, (Reward. Harcourt. fjTOR CARS leave Harrison's €or uer. at 2 p.m., for ..Maldon Anzac ; Ciisb. Fare. 4 ; book early. 'ORKLVG bee. at Kalinma Point, ai $.t&lt;) ;o-day. Bring your favorite .hoe, nrc? bowyangs. V....
APPEAL TO THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
-MPPEAL TO THE CIT355 Sir.'—.Will you kind'y kirp donations to the -fund -r;± the playsrrou'.ui a: our :? i School open in voar eoi;::: publish the amounts pr:;=;z day to day? Our ei::zo:is have 50 T-iiy. some even generoasij.ri are still many more -.vac vzp.i ?asily as those -who -have aireu-n •We will be srlad to rami's: imounts from those "»viv.i cr. :.i sely. but &lt;we are also courage those to give x'x-z? Jut little. •'Many small amounts 'mid as well, it" not better, th*. arse ones, and everybody n the success of our Hi?': ::: lioal Schools. i\!any families will he"e~.t -: • IIv by the cheaper educator, "i and Technical Schools affori: 21 perty owners and business ??:>••• benefit, 'by the establisliaie:: c: -1 institutions in our borough: of the children in o«r poorer wu'.l bo able to get this hi~;";: tion :rm, which otherwise f not have got at all. but 'beer; condemned to be havers and drawers or" water all Whether the syl>scrip::on > or shillings, rhey will ...
CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
CUSTLEJLUXE TOST OFFICE MAILS l: TIME-TAJBLE. ■Melbourne, close G.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m., jj 7.5 p.m.; arrive, 0* a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 3 p.m., 9.30 p.m. j Woodend, close, G.30 a.m.; arrive I 10.30 a.m. J Campbell's Creek, close 0.30 a.m., j 3.30 p.m.; arrive, '.1 p.m. j Yapeen, close 15.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; f arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. Guildford, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.30 p.m. Tarilra, close 6.30 .a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.30 a.m. W'oodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight Flat, close 0.30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, close, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. 'Cliewton, 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. i Glenluce, close 6.30 a.m., ,Mon.. Wed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m.. Moil., Wed., Fri. iHarcourr, close 0.-15 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyces Creek, close i).-...
TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS THE PLAYGROUND. LAND MADE AVAILABLE. BEAUTIFICATION OF TOWN. APPEAL FOR PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTIONS. MAGNIFICENT RESPONSE. OVER £636 RAISED IN TWO DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS * THE iPLA'YIGIR'OUiX'D. LAXD IMADE AVAILABLE. IBEATJTrt'FIOATilON OF TOWN. APPEAL FOR .PUBLIC SU-BS-ORlP TIO.NS. &lt;M'A!GXi'FI0BXT RESPONSE. OVER £63G .R'ATSE'D IN TWO DAYS. (With 'the object of making provision for a su'ita'b'le playground for the bene fit of the scholars attending the Castle maine Technical andiHi&h Schools, Dr. Hill and 'Mr H. >W. Pedler recently made arrangements for t:he purchase of several properties near the Market Reserve, and the 'present site, on which 'the High School is 'being erected. iHaving succeeded in making the ground available for the purpose intended, the public was asked to subscribe the amount necessary to complete the purchase. A canvas was m'ade of the district, with the re sult. that'in a couple of days £83G/(5/G was raised, and in order to make the arrangements necessary for carrying the scheme into effect a meeting was held in the Stock Exchange room on Saturday evening, and was largely at te...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
POULTRY ADVERTISEMENT^ "HEBE'S THE GOODS." A LA YUNG MACHINE. 'No. 2S, White Leghorn, 5th in iBen dig'o "Independent" Single Test, 1916 17; 2S6 eggs in C days over 11 months; 250 competitors. FIIRST -SIX .MONTHS OF SECOND SEASON—140 EGGS. Cockerels ifrom ;t!bove hen, 21/ each, for 19il8 delivery. Mated to a 297 cockerel. A. E. ItOBINSOX, 'Hargraves street, Castlemaiiie. PROLIFIC LAYERS. SETTINGS FOR SALE, Pure O'Mullane second season's liens mated with Barron cocks (English strain). All pens carefully, selected and mated 'by "Feather." This is the breed that pays ror itself. •Inspection Invited. A IlEIDER, DURE STREET, WESLEY HILL.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Take Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver. They enable the stomach to perform ils functions nat urally. ;Sold by Geo. .Clark and Son, ■Wholesale Distributors. iMr F. Hagelthorn, Minister for Agri culture, said on Saturday afternoon that as the Slate needed badly all the coal it could obtain national volunteers would be sought on Wednesday it' the Jumbunna strikers did not resume on tint morning. ■Departing from their usual custom, the 'Victoria Racing Club this year called for tenders .for the exclusive rights for cinema tagraphing the Mel bourne Cup, and indignation has been caused among the (ilm-nrodticing firms as a result of this step, Xone of them tendered for the rights, which 'lrave ■been let for a substantial sum to a tenderer who is stated 'not to 'be a piember of the trade.
Russia RUSSIA MUST WITHDRAW. SO SEPARATE PEACE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
Russia + it us si a must withdkaw. HATE PEACE. (Router.) •■Mr G. iBakhmetieff, the Russian Am bassador, at Washington, announces that (Russia will n.ot negotiate for a separate peace, but must withdraw for a lime from active military partici pation ;in t-ln> \var. Information has /been received from Potrograd that >M. 'Kerensky, the Prime •Minister, stated to an Associated iPress correspondent that Russia was worn out, and t'hat it was now 'her right to ask the other j,VMies to 'Shoulder the burden of tli? war.
CABLE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
IWIJL.H HATES. ? linked Kingdom.—-Ordinary rate, 8/• per v/orci; deferred rare, 2/(> per word;, (liable io delay j'or -i hours); week-; end races, Hd per .word, *with a mini mum oi 15/; cables to members A.I.F., !»d per word. Persons desiring (o cable money to soldiers A.I.F. can do so through the }.T.O. OlRce, Castleniaine, by paying cost, of cable (15/), in addition to j money order commission. Printed and published by Clarence Hoy Williams, for the proprietors, .McKillop and Williams, at the office of "The Castleniaine .Mail," Mostyu street, C-asllemaine, Victoria.
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ^ .T. CAMPBELL'S CREEK. .The committee of the Hospital' Sun day movement met to make arrange ments for the annual appeal on Sun day, lStli inst., Cr. Arkinstall being in the chair. The lion. sec. (Mr F. Win kelmann) was directed to communicate with 'prominent publ'ic speakers 'With a view 'to their addressing the gather ing on that day. The Foundry Band is to 'be asked to supply the incidental music, while the various public bodies ■who annually turn out to make a very 'imposing procession, including the 'Firemen, •Recha'bites, Sunday School sclio'lars, etc., are also asked to assist in making the 'gathering more success ful than its predecessors. As picnic day is announced to take ■place on 1*4t.h inst., a'S-tate School holi day will be granted on that day. The place of rendezvous is Kyneton. In vfiew of the fact. that no race meeting is to be 'held 011 Boxing 'Day this year, the Campbell's 'Creek Race Club applied to the IChief Secretary's Department, for a...