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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
.MKTEOIvOLOGiCAL OBSERVA TIONS. —-r ; T'io following rendmrs arc supplier by .Mr. .Max -I'iucus. of Market Square, j The .'ouliiiys are for the -1 hours I prior to 5 p.m. each day. ! Ti 1E11M 0-M E TE k. Tiitrlj-asf. Highest. Lowest ■Sun. Shade. Shade, i ■Saturday .118 7S -i ♦ > Sunday Tl- 78 57 ■BAROMETER. i Saturday 20.-32 steady.1 (Sunday 20.33 steady, j 1 i The official forecast for to-day is : — | Fine ^eiiem-lly. } — —-T
HARCOURT TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
HAECOUST TELEPHONE EX. CHANGE. T BastoTT, H. R. and Sons, — 28 Cherry and Sons, Pty., Ltd. ... — 24 Eagle, A. E. ^ ^ _c. 8 Eagle, Ebenezer ... ... — 1*> Ea«le, H. ~ —■ 8 Eagle, William — — — — 14 Ely, John M. _ — .*> — 10 Ely, Walter P. ~ ~ - 29 Ely, W, EL ... ~ ~ ~ ~ 18 Ely, J. 1-1 , 32 G-aasch, J. A. and F. _ ~ 4 Gartside BroB. — — — 1 Gartside, A. E, 'S3 Guthrie, Mrs J. ~ . ~ 30 Lang, J. H. ~ ~ ~ - 12 McDougall, H. _ _ 8 At'cLean, Donald — — — 20 McLean, Hugh. ~ — — — 28 Pellas, J. Pritchard, Ed. « — —■ 13 Railway Statioa ^ ^ 25 Rash,. L. H ~ ~ 18 Seelenmeyor, C. H. M % Smith, J .. 31 Smith, W. ~ 27 State Rivera aad Water Sup. Com. 21 Symea, H. ... M « 23 Torrsns, Thomas 1 Williama, W. «,nd E. ►. — il Williams, W 17 Wilson C. End Go. •_&lt; 3 Warren, J. B. x «■ w I Warren, G, A. « w « M
MINING INTELLIGENCE MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
MINING INTELLIGENCE « 5.:; , .MALiDON. The 1750ft. main level has been ex ded 16ft., total from main crosscut ; Gft., reet' iu the end of drive is Gft. le, of nice appearance, showing y ely black jack, galena and other ■iierals, and a 'few colors oi' gold in ny firing out, values during the week *y from 7 to 12riwts. At the 17o01:t. •pes the reef in -north stone is 3 to . wide, and rhero is a slight iinprove nt, values being worth from 7 to S is. The intermediate stope, 55ft. ove 1750ft. level, the reel' is 2ft. wide, lues 3dwts. 'During -the month 310 is were crushed for 75ozs. 5dwts. .elted gold, cyanided 450 tons for 34 3. lod^vts., and pyrites on hand, 4 is, approx. value, 4ozs. per ton.
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
B EAU T IiFUL WOMEN. It. has been observed chat beau trail women always have good digestion. IX yonr digestion is faulty Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver will correct it. They are easy to take and most agreeable in effect. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distri butors. All the ur.iions concerned in the .proposal to begin shipbuilding under the Federal Government scheme have agreed to it with the exception of a . section of the engineers. The work •will bo proceeded with in spite of them and representatives of the different -'unions in the iron trades will go to Sydney to-day and -will sign the agree ment:.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
At-cor-Iiu to arrangements' made v Se:aor-Cons;able J. McCau-a, o.f ■vjO'i. a largo number of taxi it'i s::i :ao;ar ears con raining detec ts. a::;cio:'ic?3 police, and 30 cou drove up io a one-srory brick near the corner of -Goodwood zi streets, Richmond, at one or. Saturday, and took into cus "S nsen on charges o'f having been a common gaming 'house. ot tao cable nows on this >page * iesdsd has appeared in "The sad is cabled to Australia by permission, ilt should be :::e:r.ood rliar rhe opinions are not zm o: "The Times" unless expressly ;'r-d ;o be so. "LXTED, TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC.' ^.OulD.—Smart lad, as apprentice, -vt.y. Leader 'Printing Works, i ^ ANTED.—'Wanted to buy -■•rai second-hand pianos, ior college or kindergarten "y •V0 ;fi^n or iron frames. State p;v-." a';d price. Apply -Box &lt;139, G.P.O., f-e.:ournp. "SIXESS NOTICES. o:' world's records, most severe relia 'Harrison's window i photographs. j'1"''11 machine-sliced bacon, ... --'esii buttc-r and matured...
ANZAC HILL OPENING CEREMONY. MOTOR CYCLE HILL CLIMB. INTERESTING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
ANZAC HILL f OPENING CEREMONY. v MOTOR lOY'CLE ITILL CLIMB. INTERESTING EV-DXT. The official opening of Anzac Hill (Maldon), took place on Saturday af ternoon. There was a large crowd present, lincluding ■ visitors from the surrounding distict, and a large con tingent from ICastlemaine. The day was an 'ideal one for an outing, and ■the view from the summit of Anzac iH.il 1 was splendid. In a few years' 'time this hill should 'become a real 'beauty spot, as the Maldon Progress Association are determined to make it so. The main attraction was the 'hill •climl), which was controlled by the Castlemaine .Motor Cycle Club, for the AFaldon people. The faill is extremely steep, and very rough, and is test en ough for any machine. At. times, matters were exciting for the specta tors, and tihe riders also, as often mac Wine and rider left the ground when a 'boulder was struck. 'There 'was only one accident and t'hat a minor one, ■when Jenkins got off the centre of the track, and struck a hole...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
ORE TH'A'X ENOUGH IS TOO :MUCH • To maintain health, a mature man r woman needs just enough food to ipair the waste and supply energy nd body heat. The ■ habitual con-; umption of more food 'than is neces-1 ary for these •purposes is the prime i ause o'f stomach troubles, rheumat- ' im, and disorders of the kidneys. .If, :oubled 'V.'kli indigestion, revise your iet, let reason and not appetite con "ol, and 'talte a fow doses of Cham erlain's Tablets and you will soon :be 11 right again. iSold by Geo. Clark ,nd Son, wholesale distributors.
RED CROSS SOCIETY. CAMPBELL'S CREEK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
RED GROSS SOCIETY. * CAMPBELL'S CREEK BRANCH. •The CampbeH'? Creek Ladies' Pat Hie Committee held tligIr annual meting daring- ;he week. ac which 'the arly report was submitted. Tlie amouiu. o: money raised by Dirth-ly subscriptions, and also dona >ns, from September 1st, 1910, to 31st jgust. 1017. 'was £ 82/0/5, .which has en expended in the purchase of ma vial ilia: lias 'been made into gar-m tts and sent to the sick and wounded •ldiers. as well as donations to patri ie funds. The '.following is the list of articles: !204 flannel shirts, 90 washers, 312 tirs socks, 1 muffler, 31 long-sleeved lirts, 15 pyjama suits, 15 pyjama ints, 4G .face towels, 4 bandages, 2 ifctens, 1 Balaclava, 2 pairs slippers, pair bedsocks, 1 handkerchief, 1 -pac st safety ■pins, 1 Cardigan jacket, 2 rithig 'pads, 2 packets rolled oats.
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
railway me-tables. JL I i ■ , Castlemaine to Melbourne :—Depart, fo.38 a.m. Mon., Tues. only; 7.23 a.m. j ;-&lt;-fdaily; 12.25 p.m. i.Mon. only; 12.58 p.m. 'daily; 4.1-1 p.m. daily; 7.,-IS p.m. daily; ..Melbourne to Castlemaine :—Arrive 0.30 a.m. Mon. only; 10.20 a.m. daily; ■3.52 p.m. daily; 7.31 p.m. daily (ex.); ' j:7.57 p.m. .Mon. and'Sac. only; 9.1G p.m., Saty. exept.; 10.6 p.m., Satys. •' iCasilemaine to &lt;Bendigo -—iDepar-ts • •'J.37 a.m. Mon. only; 10.32 a.m. daily; : 3.5!) p.m. daily; 7.3S p.m. daily; 9.21 • p.m. (Satys. excepted); 10.11 p.m. ■ Sarys. 'Bondigo to Castlemaine :—Arrives ". 7.15 a.m. daily; 12.22 p.m. Mon. only; ..12.50 p.m. daily; -1.5. p.m. daily; 7.10 •p.m. daily. ' Castlemaine to Maryborough :—De i-parts 10.38 a.m. daily; 4.17 p.m. daily; . 7.55 'p.m. Moa. a'jid Satys. excepted; SJL0 p.m. Mon. end Sat. only. (Maryborough 'to Castlemaine :—Ar rives 7.5 a.m. daily; 12.30 p.m. daily; 7.20 p.m. Moil, only; 7.21 p.m. Mon. excepted. Castlemaine...
ENEMY CRUISER SUNK. PRISONERS RESCUED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
EXE-HY CKHSEli Si'XK. T. PRKOXER'3 'RESCUED. CReuter.) The Admiralty announces that an memy auxiliary cruiser ,cf 4000 tons, irmed with 6-incli guns, and 10 armed \oairols, 'have been sunk off Kategate. Sixty-four prisoners lvave been rescu :d. 'Partially deaf worshippers at the Congregational Church, Dawson street, Sallarat, -may now hoar their minis- . ;er's sermons to better advantage than heretofore, ear tubes having been •in stalled between the pulpit railing and die front pew. This is a rnuch-a.ppre ^iated innovation.
CHEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 November 1917
CHEWTON. A Public meeting and social will be held in the Red Hill Hall, Chewton, on Monday night (November 5th), to wel come home two of our returned soldi ers, Sapper Chas. Docking and Private C. Felstead. There will doubtless be a large gathering to show the appre ciation of the Chewton people for what our boys have done, and are doing. Everybody is heartily welcome to at tend the gathering. The painfully sudden death of Mr Norton, at Wattle Gully, on Friday morning, has cast a gloom over the place. Mr Norton, although a com parative stranger to the place, was well respected by those who made his acquaintance. Sympathy is expressed with Mrs Norton, who is now doubly be reaved, as she lost her only son in South Africa a short time ago.
FRANCO-BRITISH SITUATION NEVER MORE EFFECTIVE WHEAT SUPPLIES SATISFACTOR (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917
VRAXeiMJIHTISH SlTl iTl°' -NEVER >^E EFFECTS WHEAT SUPPLIED ^Ai'" (Reute"-) pri®a I M. Painieve. the *»«•« ,Vaf &lt;>•' - vreiica .ister, mtormea pnrif-';;. net that the general *• * nation was never iiipa_ " nation was never "»=• at present. Tbc ,v^eat " t .** satisfactory*. ,.nfl«5-r Mexauder Pencop.U, V"3,, VV. HageliUova, Vlrte f^S-uituve, yesterday directed •s^i'Viuduon. Actuary ro, t V societies to inv-Ue hvo mom ~e»al) ls0 y^-orlan 'branch 01 ihe A*soda:^n a-.a five '• *"T~ne Vi?t3rian Frici.u-ly So l^X:s 0 ■ > o round lable • \ s?CC i'-1 *' •* i: ,, r-v.- a: rona :o anl 1,!;1:ve u"'1 .—
TEMPERANCE MEETING SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917
TEMPERANCE MEETING SIJCCESSFUL EXTERTA'IXMEXT. I The monthly entertainment of "-he I Total Abstinence Society last night i was given by the local iB.iptis: Sunday j 1 School. There was a good attend-; 3iice, in spite of the opposition of Guy Fawkes night. 'Some fine concerted pieces were given, particu'arlv the action songs, Jolly Jack Tars. The Days of the Week, School Slates, and; 'Good-Xigln, and an amusing well-play-'' ed dialogue, The Two Office Boys. All ■ these items 'reflected credit on the lady . tutors, Mrs Holy and Miss "Walker, j Three junior reciters, Vera Burch, Alt-1 red Slingo, and lima Dalgleish, gave' pleasiug items. The accompaniments j 'were 'played by 'Mesdames R. Roberts. ; and G. Reid. 1 j The president of the society (Mr W. i-G. iBower) occupied the chair, and the j address .was given by the Rev. J. !R. plcCue, who spoke generally of the I present a.Uuude towards the liquor |traffic. It. was regrettable that while I it was almost universally agreed that I the...
Mesopotamia SUCCESS ON THE TIGRIS. TURKISH POSITIONS TAKEN. (Reuter.) An official message dealing with the operations in Mesopotamia says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917
} | Mesopotamia ? SUCCESS ON THE TIG1US. TUHKISH POSITIONS TAKEN. (Reiner.) An official message dealing with uie [ operations in .Mesopotamia says :— | "A reconnoitring column engaged the Turks on ;-ho risrht bank oi the Tigris, opposite iDur. The enemy withdrew ro Tekrit undo- cover o: " strong rearguard. "We drove the Lit ter out of successive lines of trenches, and occupied rhe whole position. Our cavalary harassed the retreating ene my all day. We took SO prisoners." •An official message dealing with the operations in Palestine says : — "Our captures at Beersheba included 13 guns. The prisoners at oaz.i number -1-44. including officers." A Turkish communique says : — "There 'has (been intense artillery : fighting at Gaza. Our batteries etTee-; tively replied. Enemy cruisers are , bombarding the coast."
CASTLEMAINE SLOGAH THE RECENT COMPETITION. THE TASK OF THE JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917
t»e 'fflc®t co,, the task of ?-■ 0FTHEj, , 0ver -00 aiu.a ... the prize ^ iio w;il be pubi:^6. r"-n?. ^ "ay ,o ciay. ^ ^ 'Progressive, Saa-„s.rV ;:!v::es -our Cs Casilemaino-s clear?!^ co'o-s compi^;,0^ Castiemaine. r-m ' aealth, wealrH ^'3i,er'j~-, **»£? "!5-l' Jn s?o:it a;v investment pa>A main? -s ::o: live in ^ South. Has, n:aiae is the b5;> * education, scene?;- av J d:Uoi!S characterise cS? Patriotic Castlemaiae. ^ Jar place.for PieaSurV^ and etiuca-'o Bonny Castiemaine. =i-^. icuoolhig, climate. indu;::-:-^ | Castiemaine blanket; 8m ~.''f ! «Tap the world i^,^ I Body sound and cultured';^' vUiloren fmd in Castlea,^ Castiemaine for ioundrv, fresh air " "" Scholars, soldiers, ... CasMemame's .the centre^t "The -Castiemaine hills r* ills. "" Banish sorrow, care a:;d ., lively Castiemaine."" We've been to Castiemaine- Ts. I to come again. Forward, Castle^.:: ;For ■wealth and health toov* Always come to 'CastleaninT"" Castiemaine people good vy^ AssiSuing charities, they're ...
Italy BRITISH AND FRENCH PRIME MINISTERS VISIT ITALY. ALLY'S FRIENDSHIP, SOLIDARITY AND CONFIDENCE ASSURED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917
Ita I y —i— BRITISH AM) FRENCH PR DIE MIN ISTERS VISIT ITALY. ALLY'S 'FRIENDSHIP, SOLIDARITY AND CONFIDENCE ASSURED. (Reuter.) Mr Lloyd George, the British Prime I •.Minister, and M. Painleve, the French ; Prime Minister, proceeded to Italy 0:1 j Sunday. , J They were accompanicd by uieui.-1 General J. C. Smuts, a member je the! War Cahinpi without Portfolio; Gene- j •ral Sir William Robertson, Chief of the | ■Imperial General .Staff; Lieut.-Ge.idi a! j Sir Henry Wilson, Major-General F. B.! .Maurice, Director of Militarv Opera- j tions, and other officers. j An American iRed Cross Commission! •will be sent to Italy. (Published in "The Times.") (T* A message from the 'Rome corres pondent of "The Times" says :— j "M. Venezelos, the Greek Premier, j interviewed here, said that the war j would be long and difficult, but he was : convinced of final victory even if Brit- j nin and America continued the fight 1 ?lone. I "Signor Orlando, the new Italian I Prime Minister, has sent a message...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917
Siifferel ll'Iciii! i For Twelve litik | leafed If CuEkm "For 12 months I suffered with ecr.cma which commenced behind the cars and spread over both Fides of I my i'acc, ncclc and head. The itching became unbear- J able and I used to scratch. | myself. It disfigured my ! face and caused my hair to come out. "I commenced using the Cu t i c u r a S o a p a n d G: 111: e n t and 1 noticed the stalling effect at once. After using them for 1 or 3 months all traces of eczema have gone." (Signed) Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey, Baiiieston, Vic. With an apparent tendency to skin troubles you should use these "fragrant". ; super-creamy emollients for all toiia 1 purposes. They prevent-as well a.; preserve, purify and beautify. Samples Free by Post. (Soap to cleanse, Ointment to heal.) Address: K. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S. W. Sold throughout the world. @ Though the Wharf 'Laborer:.'' Union as an organisation is si ill on strike, members of the union are registering if or c'.nplov'mont. ai, th...
MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917
I — | MALDON. I Ansae Kill was officially opened by j'Cr. 'Bowen (president, of the Ma'.don Shire) on 'Saturday afternoon in the 'presence of a large assemblage, and in 'glorious weather. Avenues of trees have been planted ou the sides and summit, and protected by guards, | each tree being erected as a mark of! respect to \\faldon men who have fallen! in battle, or died on active service, and also the old pioneers of the Maldon! district. I iSuch of the cable naws on this 4>age so headed has appeared In "The Times,'-' and is cabled to Australia by special permission. ilt should be understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to he so.