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BUSINESS NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

'13USIXESS 'NOTICE. Anzac Hill, >Maldon, was climbed on S;uunlay 'by two riders on 5 h..p. iln dians, J. (Iloot'h and Reg. Clarke. Mr 'liootli a.lso put. up .fourth fastest time against the big- 7 horse powered mach ines, wihic.h proves that the 5 h.p. Indi an has the power and ability that -was questioned lin the correspondence in these columns recently. The Indian | agent, Mr 'Harrison, is very pleased w.it.h the results, as out of 10 compe titors live'Indian's climbed the hill, and the Indian ridden Ibv Mr W. G. Bayiey (an amateur), was also the first and | fastest machine with standard engine geared as it left the 'factory, to climb the hill.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

The Castlemaine Mail Subscribe (0""' C'0pcr" Advertise PARTICULARS AT THIS OFFICE, Oil AGENTS* THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT.

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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

'MALDOX. Mr Hugh Cunningham while'engaged at work at the Government 'battery on Friday 'had his hand very severely crushed and lacerated through being caught in the piston 'head.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Castlemaine Mail. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

liUjt ^u^U-CuUlUU. (iUiiU MO'XD.AV. XO\'KAi'UKM ITEMS OF NEWS iAt. noon to-day a: the oiiico of the; nep.ity Returning (.V; H. S. Archc'alU noir.uinuons •'•lose fcr '-he S'ate electorate of Castlcmamc and Maloon. sn far as can bo learned the nomination of :Mr Lawson will bo the onlv ono lodged, and if so the Re itiruing- Ollicer (fr. Freeman) will formally declare him elected. and 'Mr Law so n will return thanks. 11 ;s be lieved I'hat. about, a dozen of :ha sating members, including Mr 'Bowser, loader •of the Country -Parly, ami Mr Mackey,; Chairman of Commit tees, wiU be retur-. ned without, opposition. The election takes place on Thursday, 15th inst. The fifth of November is an import ant day from the juvenile point ;r. view. as it is the day when fireworks and bonfires may :be 'indulged m ad. ao.., and t'he children as a rule make the i most of these opportunities. Guy Fa who's Day is one of the rao&i. popular in the calendar to the juvenile portion of the community, and ...

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CHAPTER XXII. Warp and Woof. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

CHAPTER XXIT Warp and Woof. "It is part oC the heavy burden I have to bear," Ralph replied. "1 should have told you that story. But { did not care to do so; in eold narra tion it v.-mi 3d sound fantastic and ab surd. And I repeat that I did nqt know 1 the meanir.?; of love till I saw yojj. I s.\hr* yon to believe that, Enid, always lo fPfii that my heart has been yours ! #nd yours only. Ttou could be nothtBl : to me now, not even if you forgave ml freely. One crime leads to another as I have found to my bitter cost, if you lcnew eveiy tiling \ou would pj^ me." There was no acting here. no hyg terical playing up for sympathy. Ralllv I was suffering from some terrible trou I ble, and Enid s first thought was to ! comfort him. Slit- had^ forgotten all } about the tradition oi her ancestors \nd she loved this man—to t'np end she would love him. come what might She crossed the room and laid aand on his arm. ■•Tell me, Ralph,' she whisperefi "I can't hear to see you suffer lfe this. Tell ...

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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XX I.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

The Law of the Land By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [Ali Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XX I.—Continued. Ralph pitched his cigarette aside and wandered restlessly from one room to another. The house was sin gularly quiet; outside hardly a breath of wind disturbed the serenity of die perfect night. The servants had fin ished their day's work and were re- j 'axing in their own quarters; Ralph lad the house apparently to himself. He stood in the great hall undecided what next to do; the full light of the moon shone through the latticed win dows. It looked very cool and restful and inviting outside. To be out in the open air was better than this, Ralph decided. lie looked for a cap, but none was to be seen in he hail. There was one in Ralph's .'lining-room. Ho passed up the stairs; the moon flooded tlie corridor with ;iglu. How wonderfully still and si lent it was! And then the silence was broken by a long-drawn groan. Ralph started, his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

"r|M-IE CAiSTL'EMA!IXiE MAIL/' tlie best advertising medium iu tlie district Posted or delivered, 6/6 per quarter. j \ VERANDAH BLINDS In white or stripe duck, complete with poles, cords, pulleys, straps, etc., ready to.hang— ■G x S. 9x8. 10 x S. 12nX7fr . No. 1. quality ... .. 23/6 32/G 35/ g/J No. '2 quality •• •• 25/ o7/6 / No. 3 quality •• •• 27/6 f0/# _ 4b/6 50/ Quotations for special sizes oil application. HANGING MEAT SAFES in all sizes from 7/6 each. DECK CHAIRS, 4/0, 5/0, 5/11, in various colors of striped canvas. DECK C3T A HI CANVAS, iii red, blue, green stripes, good quality, 1/6 to 2/3 yard. '• ' SEA GRASS CHAIRS AND LOUNGES, EN GREAT VARIETY. DOUBLE BED SIZE 1V1M! MATTRESSES, FROM 25/. : . CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS, White and gold, 2/75 half-doz. \ LIN'OLEOS AND CARPETS iu all widths and qualities, a laige range of patterns at lowest ruling prices. SUIT CASES, all sizes and qualities. A good line of strong cases, suitable for school books,, etc., 3/ll» 4/11 each. ft. DANN...

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SPORTING NEWS BOWLING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

^m SPORTING NEWS 4 bowling. oastlemaix'e club, i The first of a series of competitions took place on the local green on 'Sat urday afternoon. Six rinks took part, and after a very pleasant afternoon's sport, the result was a win for E. E. Ash's team. Afternoon tea was pro vided by the ladies,' and was greatly appreciated by the players. The results were : — FTRST ROUND. "Lannin, Spence, Dempster, Ash, 9; beat Catron, Lewis, Xeep, Frank, G. 'Steiner, -.Mitchell, Hutson, Baker, 11; beat dimming, Gill, Corlett, Ireda'le, 0. Faravoni, VandeH, Ellis, Archdall, 11; beat Tonkin, Beckingsale, Jane, "Watlish, 7. SECOND ROUND. Wallish's team S beat Bakers' team 4. Ash's team S beat Iredale's team 3. Frank's team S ;beat Archdall's team 4. THIRD ROUND. Frank's team 1*3 'beat. Baker's team 1. Ash's team S !beat ArclulaVl's team 5. Wallish's team 13 beat Iredale's team 3. Another contest will fake place next 'Saturday afternoon. Nominations close on Thursday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

Jf 4XJL S^OTOLfcrfc fjiert Selecting a Gift €3rO "fco \t F. New ham's EMtt.cS. "Wo»:sy:iL©ci. ,^ssos?t2ai©2i,fc 1 OF IT-T 0-1) ATE GOODS. [[HRIST3IAS rKESENTS FOB TIIE BOYS AT THE FRONT AT ONCE. LiTEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO (DHE LATEST MAGAZINES AXD WEEKLY PAPERS. awham BARKER STREET. ley-Davidson again on top tacai Road Record Established iO MILES in 681 Minutes IlJl! f lrLIs'l' >Y. WILSON, ON HIS 7 li.p. HARLEY* ni,S0>! OXE PASSENGER. IX LAST SAT • 1{l i-AV UAI i;, i'l" i' IT THE ABOVE WOXDEK ll'"Al) 1MDE. AGAIN PROVING THE PKEH03IIXAX '"l 111ULEV OVER ALL OTHER MACHINES. I()P °F I'lUS PKIil'UKAIAXCE, W. WILSON SUCCESS- ^ - Xi].;[) jjrj: -lujru.r ^EI)-OF ANZAC li i " J -^U>0X, n'JTjloL'T IHSJKH XTLXG. •s0l.j' LOCAL a<;i:ni ; " ' \ J> R. DUQQAN ILof- Voior Karasre. Tcropletoii Street, ' irtlUs,'-'-< <;f in.,!,,,. ..,.lu>d (o y-i-ite or call, and a dc "'""-iiatiiMi ^iu.,, ,)U>r any country. Roads are alike to the Barley"

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FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

FREE. Every woman whose health is caus ing lier anxiety is iuvicea 10 write for a copy of our new booklet of valuable information, which should bs in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, Melbourne.

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RACING. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. THE DERBY. WON BY BIPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

1UCIXG. V.'RjC. SPR1IXG .MEETING. THE DERBY. ■WON IBY iB'l/PLAXE. In delightful weather the V/R.C. spring; meeting opened at 'Flemington on Saturday, the attendance 'being very large. The results were : — Maiden Plate, I mile.—Perform, 7.11, 1; Mazarron, S.O, 2; On ens; 7.11. 13 starters. Won by 2i lengths. Time, 1.41. Winner's price, 0 to 1. 'Maribyrnong Plaie, five furlongs.— Sweet Lady, 9.I.. 1; Tragic Star, S.10, 2; Outlook, S.10, 3. 15 starters. Won by 2 lengths. Time, 1.0',. Winner's pVice, 10 to 1. I-Iotham Handicap, li miles.—Lingle, S.9, 1; Chrome, S.2, 2; The Tot';', S.7, 3. 13 starters. Won by 3 lengths. Time. 2.S31,. Winner's price, 7 to 2 against. THE DERBY, U miles. (Biplane, S.10 (Deeley) . . 1 Prince Viridis. S.10 (.Council) 2 Broken Glass, S.10 (Herbert) 3 Other starters :—iBronzetti. Pah King, Cosmos. 'Retting : 7 to 4 on iBiplane, 7 to 2 against. Bronzetti, 10 to ■100 to 1 the others. Biplane led throughout, and Avon easily, with -1 lengths to spare. Time, 2.35.',...

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

COMMERCIAL. BE.\iDI'GO PIG -AJ A'RKET. X Mr Frank A. 'Hull reports :—A very large yarding of pigs came to hand. Quotations :—Heavyweight prime baconors, from £4/8/ to £ 4/17/; a few choice farmers* sorts, higher; bandy weight sorts, £"3/17/ to £4/l:2/; light prime deseri-pcions, £3/S/ to £3 13/; prime porkers, .£2/12/ to £3/3/; medium sorts, £2 ro £2/7/; backfat ters, £5/15/ to £3/10/, .SG/15', to as high as £7/15/. Only good slips and growtliy stores met with -anything like fair competition. Good slips sold from £1/3/ to £1/0/; 'well bred suc kers, 13/ to 10/; medium sorts, 10/ to 12/; small sorts,'lower. Calves again sold remarkably well, on a par with the strong rates iliac have been pre vailing of late, week and fortnight old calves making from £2 to £2/12/.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

DEATH'S. C'l-fARP E L L.—0 n the 2nd . .o\\, l!)17, at, the iCastlemalno Hospital, .John 'Chxppell, of Oastlemaine, late w.iih Castlemaine "W'ool'len Aliil. Aged -19 years. Beloved 'by all who knew him. DAVIES.—On the 3rd November, at his residence, Duke street, Castle maine, 'William Davies, loved fa;her of T. and A. Davies, Nth. Fitzroy; Mrs :C. Ellis and -Mrs .1. T. Foreman, of Adelaide; E. W„ Gwalia (W.A.); Amy, the late Mre E. Kinnear. Airs J. 'Daniels, Castlemaine, and Mrs 1'. IB'Untin, Nth. Fitzroy. A^ed. S~> years. Native of •Carmarthonshire. •Wales. A colonist of GO year?. "I know that my Redeemer livoih."

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TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

TELEPHONE {.'IIA'HOES. ; »!« REY'ISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. ••Recently a revised scale of charges for telephone culis of centres within 50 miles oi Castiemaine came into op eration. Tiie details are :— Between S Between 7 a.m. aud p.m. and 7 p.m. S a.m. Barker's Cree>: 2d. 2d. Bendigo 6d. 4d. Baringimp •Id. 4d. Fryerstown 2d. 2fl. Guildford 2d. 2d. Kyneroji 6d. 4d. Karcourt 2d. 2d. Malms bury 4d. 4d. Melbourne ■1/4 Sd. Mai don 4d. 4d. Maryborough 8d. 4d. Xewstead * 4d. 4a. Sutton Grange 4d 4d. Taradale . 4d. 4d. Vaujrhaa 2d. 2d. Yapeen 2d. 2d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

AMUSEMENTS, BfC. M'O'NTHLY TEMPERANCE CONCERT. MECHANICS' HAUL. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. JUNiIOR 'DEMON'STRATION. ADMISSION FREE. SEE BULLS. WAR LOAN STOCKS And WIHEAT CERTIFICATES. CLAJRiKiE & CO. (A. Rutter Clarke), 311 Collins St., Melbourne. ' {'Members Stock Exchange of Mel bourne) , Buy and Sell for Clients, •WAR LOAN STOCKS (£10 and upwards), As well as WHEAT CERTIFICATES At Market Races. Immediate Settlements. Correspond once Invited. STATE SAVINGS BANK. CREDIT FOIf WISH. IN SUMS PROM £ 50 TO £ 2000 AT 6 per cent, INTEREST together with a sinking fund which pays off the loan in 27i years. Loans on Cottages, Yillas, and Shops In sums from £50 to £1000. Inter est—6 per ccnt.; together with a sink ing fund, which pays off loan in lSi years. NO CHARGE FOR MORTGAGE DEED Loans may be paid off on any pay day, subject to a small charge if paid off within the first 5ve years, but no penalty after five years. Forms may be obtained at any branch of the State Savings Bank, or by writ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

HEAD'S TOMO NUKVE nuts stop SERVE s'i'ilaix. After a tiring clay -at the office you're ■apt to sleep badly. Next day finds you unrefreshed. Give your tired l-crves a littel help .by taking HEAX'3 TOXIC XERiVE iXUTS. 'They "pull you toge ther" and are the best "bracer" pro curable. 'If they are not yet stocked by your chemist or grocer, send direct •to the So.le ^Manufacturer, G. W. HEAX, Chemist, 178 Castlereugh St., Sydney. The price is 3/ per bottle, or six .'bottles i'cr 17/3. X 2-10 OJJEIiXAKEItS. ESTABLISHED 1S59. Oak and Kauri Polished Caskets sup plied in e.p. silver, solid .brass, and nickel silver, at lowest rates, likewise inexpensive funerals Phone 7. Office and Residence, Castle T. ODGERS & CO. •OLD ESTABLISHMENT, 'BARKER STREET. Respectable Funerals conducted for lowest rates. Prices and terms 'for better class of Funerals as per arrangement at lowest rates. Every cave and attention given to all the requirements of the trade. Telephone (shop and residence) Xo. -...

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French Front ENEMY COMPELLED TO RETIRE. IMPORTANT POSITION'S AND MUCH MATERIAL CAPTURED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

French Front + E>*EHY C03[l>ELLEI> TO RETIRE. DEFOKTAXT POSITION'S AXT> MUCH MATERIAL OA VITREI). (Reuter.) A French communique says that the en-emv has been compelled to abandon •Chemin-des-Dames, to which he has been fleeing for the past six months, on a front of -'0 kilometre?. A num ber of important positions are in our hands. A further message states that dur ing the night our troops continued to advance between the Oise canal and the region ©f Carvony, and reached a position south of Oilette along the en tire-front. Amongst the material cap tured since 23rd October 'were 200 heavy -and field guns, 222 trench guns, ana 720 machine guns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

And act your money back In three years with 45 per cent. Compound Interest. The Meal Raisiy Day Investment Easy to Buy, Easy to Borrow On, Easy to Cash. Stamps Obtainable Here Now. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES F0 W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator INSURANCE. .MACHINERY & GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, FARM AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. HOTEL AND SHAREBROlvER. FARMS, ORCHARDS. HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. CLEARING SALES AND FURNITLTvcJ A SPECIALTY. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION ' SALES OF— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce AGENT FOR— The Royal 'Insurance Co, Buckeye .Harvester Co. Wischei & Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal -Mailboats. The Bendigo Building Society. Executor, Trustee,' and Agency Coy., ' of South Australia, ADDRESS— BAKKEK STREET, ('ASTLE3LU3& Phone 12!:. Mr Sn CL ¥a@isleSl DENTAL SURGEON. MISS MYRTLE L YAFDSLL (Recorded by Hie Dental Hoard of Victoria). MARKET SQUARE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

Ol-M MB BR! r.-Ai I'X .COUGH REMEDY A IBS XATURE. i.Mcdicincs •s-liat aid Xature 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 'Xature in throwing oil a cold and restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold iby Geo. ClarK and 'Soil, wholesale distributors. Liberty War Loan contributions at F.endigo are estimated to be about £200,000. This exceeds any of the previous amounts subscribed to war loans there. The largest individual subscription was for £25,000 by a dis trict farmer. HOW TO iPR'E'VIEXT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "Coming events cast their shadows before." This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite will fail, you will feel dull and languid. 'If you are subject to bilious attacks take three of Cliamlbeiiain's Tablets as soon as'these symptoms appear, and the at tack may be warded off. Sold by Geo. Clark and 'Sou, wholesale distributors, o...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917

Sill PP.1 XC IXTELL7- GEXCE. arrivals. hobso'.VS 'bay. Saturday. Among the arrivals in the .Bay to-day were :—Alabama ifrom Newcastle: 1H0 ibai't .from Newcastle; Rotomaliana i'roni Liumccsion; Koomeela from King Island; .Melbourne from New castle; IVlonara from -Newcastle. 'Sunday. lAsliridge from 'Newcastle; Oonah ifrom •Burnie,

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