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HARCOURT TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

HABCOUfiT TELEPHONE CHANGE, BastcVr', H. i\. and Soua, c.» 28 Cherry and Sons, Pry,, Ltd. — 24 Eagle, A. E. ~ - 8 Eagle, Fbcuezer ... .-» 15 LU-xie, Li. ~ 9 Eagle, William — —• — .— 1 ) Ely, .Tob'\ M. « ~ ~ — 10 ] (Ely, V P. ~ ~ ~ ~ 29 •'■"v. V\ ... ... w ~ «• 13 i I Sly, J. li 32 G-aasch, J. A. and F. — £ Gartside EroB. ~ 1 Gartside, A. E 33 Guthrie, Mra J. ~ 80 Lang, J. II. ~ wo .. ~ 12 McDougall, H, — « — 3 McLean, Donald — — 20 McLean, Hugh ~ ... — 23 Pell as, I. — — ~ — 15 Prltchard, Ed. ^ ~ ... 13 Railway Station «.■ — — — 25 Rash, L. H. ~ ... ~ «• 18 Seelenmeyer, C. H „ _ _ S Smith, J 31 Smith, W. ... ... — 27 State Rivero and Water Sup. Coirs. 21 Symes, H. ~ 23 Torrens, Thom'&a ... 1 Williams, W. %nd B, « 11 Williams, AV 17 Wilson. C. and Go. ■_■ 3 Warren, J. B. ^ w § Warren, G. A. ~ M 22

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Take Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach ami liver. They enable the stomach to perform its functions nat urally. .Sold by Geo. ,Clark and Son, 'Wholesale 'Distributors. ■HOW TO EASILY 'RID YOURSELF OF PLM'PJjES. Blackheads and pimples will quick ly disappear, and unsightly ■complex ions become clear and velvety, and ha ir health and beaivty are promoted 'by the regular use of Rexona Skiu and Facial Soap, and an occasional appli cation of Rexona, the 'Rapid Healer. The Rexona remedies do their work easily, quickly, and at little cost, ,wken even the most expensive cosmetics and complicated beauty preparations fail. Rexona 1/6 and 3/. Rexona 'Soap 1/. Obtainable everywhere; Geo. Clark and Sou wholesale. Such of the cable news on this page so headed has appeared in "The Times," and is caibled to Australia 'by special permission. lit should be "understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times1' unless expressly stated to foe bo.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
French Front NEW FRENCH OFFENSIVE. YIELDS 12,000 PRISONERS AND 120 GUNS. ENEMY TO BE ENGAGED THROUGH WINTER. TO RELIEVE ITALIAN SITUATION. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

French Front 11: XEW FRENCH OFFENSIVE. YIELDS l'J.OOO PRISONERS AN" I) 1*20 GUNS. ENEXY TO BE ENGAGED THROUGH WINTER. TO RELIEVE ITALIAN SITUATION. (United Service Special Cable.) j t Washington doubts ;ixe accuracy of the statement that clio Germans have captured American soldiers. A French commission a: Washington | has published a statement showing | that the Allies in Flanders have kept engaged about hah' the total o: the Germans on the ".vestern iron:, without any success having been re ported tor the German armies. There was clear proof that the Germans were forced to employ 20 divisions to aoi-i their lines, and they suffered enorm ously. The new French offensive on the Aisne yielded 12.000 prisoners, and 120 guns. Continued operations there will render ir imperative for Germany to send more troops to the French front. The Allies will ceaselessly ■hammer the Germans on the Western front during the winter in the hone of retrieving the Italian situation.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TROOP TRAIN WRECKED. 25 KILLED; 70 INJURED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

TROOP TRAIN WRECKED. :+ 25 HILLED; 70 INJURED. I ((Renter.) Twenty-five persons, mostly soldiers, Avei'e killed, and 70 severely injured, in a collision between an express and a troop train on the Vladikavkaz rail way in Cis-Caueasia.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RED CROSS SOCIETY. CASTLEMAINE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

RED CROSS SOCIETY. QA'STLEM Al N"2 Yesterday ono ready ;>r despair;? :.•> Fedcri! ttient 'House. 1; *• -i',' shirts; 2>) ;v <?cks: :ac5 I'-11-' roile: lu^s; •.! muff!or?; i r ;n;:re:i^; •; washer?; 4 Babc-i'--'' Cash -.!e:;atv:!s :—Oerober >' -ion. ,£ir< 2 collection o:: Sunday. :i;;- .Mr X B<?nt*-• 1,1 from tea and cofiee ed by Mr Peter Koyifijon. '■• donatio:) front Mr Farttvosi. -;1' T-Iie prize ::i connection '-f afternoon aias been wn oy ^ 'Frank. f

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

ttsa&fca USE BECAUSE I KNOW "It g'oes further than any other "It is ALWAYS reliable "It gives the best results "It makes the linen easy to iron "It is easy to mix "It makes the linen last longer "It is MADE IN AUSTRALIA "IT IS PURE RICE STARCH1 RtCE STARCH IS THE ONLY KIND THAT WILL GIVE SATISFACTION IN THE LAUNDRY T $ U »ii^c »-A © W ■p mwt o P5JL Wcrr J e a morse y^USTRALIANS have always had a great reputation as intrepid horsemen. Bushmen born, from early infancy they could ride a horse. Their early training in Australia be fitted them for the mounted regiments in the South African War. Their feats in that campaign won for them a world's advertisement. When this war broke out in 1914, Australian Light Horse were immediately sought after. The first brigades had their baptism of fire at Gallipoli, not as mounted men, but as infantry. The Light Horse achievements are amongst the most glorious in the history of Anzac. What they did in the scorching desert of Sinai a whole wor...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MANUAL TRAINING DISPLAY CASTLEMAINE TOWN HALL. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 7th and 8th DECEMBER, 1917. The following circular is issued for the information of teachers:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

MANUAL TRAINING DISPLAY y T< CASTLEMAIXE TOWN HALL. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 7th and Still DBCE^EBER, 1917. Tile ifolknvins; circular is issued for the information of teaciicrs : — Tile exhibition will be opened by the Hon. iH. S. W. 'La'wson. U.L.A., on Friday, 7th prox., a: 2 p.m.. and nn address -wij] then be delivered <by rhe Director of Edu.-.ation, ?-.ir Frank Tate. •Exhibits should be addressed ro '.lie 'Secretary, State Schools' Exhibition. •Town Hall, •Cattlemaino, or brought there 'by Wednesday evening, or early Thursday morning. ;a be staged in time for the opening. tin centres like 'Redesdale. Kynerou, Heathcore, T.irnng'.ilh, Yaiidoit, Xew •stead and Aktlccn. it is suggested that the exhibits be collected at the central school and brou-a'h: io the Town Hall 'by a selected teacher, whose school m ight be carried on in his absence. •Where this cannot be done, the teacher should send or bring -riiem along him self. and assist in their setting up. 'M o u n...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

F0R SALE- ETC ;f.LN'lb:" ——^or7Z-A goneral. .Mrs H. S. i\Y. ffA'N! ^iov. S?nh .Castle-maine. :j assist in ""nouic^rk. Apply, "Dunlieved," ._...?.-;r,'es street. •^^^IIlExperieuced laundress. ^ unily, Cumberland 'Hotel. -A general, 'tit. once, no H'"^hins nor ironing. Apply. Hotel. piAN'03 AYA-XTED.—'Wanted to buy j.'"l';V;v;rn! second-hand pianos :.,ve 'or college or kindergarten ;tfy3oden or iron .frames. State ^Vrrand Pricc' Apply 'Box 439' G*p-°* &;varne. business notices. n;,: TRE.MAI.VE. glorious, breezy, b'" aie:ro drama, with Harold Loek ,,v; 'u)j May Allison, in the scar !£" Royal Hall, to-morrow niglit. '('•■•jnia that, grips and touches the :~X Ions. See 11. PiX. holder of world's records. nd'K'inner of most severe relia "rials. See 'Harrison's window • "jarticualrs and photographs. AVE GOOD TURN" Deserves another. Give r.s your trade, and in re ?;e give you fresh goods, cieauli reasonable prices, and prompt ■;'.very. AV. .M. Diuier, Barker street. ft-MORROW X act ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

MORE TTI'A'X EXOUG'H IS TOO -MUCH la mairtain health, a 'mature man or w313?aneedj just enough .food to rop'iI,- the waste and supply energy and body hear. The habitual con sumption of more food 'than is neces sary for tbese pui poses is the prime cause o'f stomach troubles, rheumat ism, and disorders of the kidneys. If troubled with indigestion, revise your diet, let. reason and not appetite con trol. and take a -1'ow doses of Cham berlain's Tablets and you will soon be all right again. (Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. Here is the way to gain liair and ■skin 'beauty, and youth that will en dure :—• GREY HM'Iv—If your hair is grey, ■it can "be 'Drought 'back to its natural youthful color in a few weelcs just by robbing fluid .Litlione into the scalp. ■Lithone is a curious fluid, for it lias the 'power to put back into grey hair the color that lias been lost. Grey Qiair is just 'hair with, the color,out of it. Liitlione puts it 'back—puts it iback into the thousan...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

IMPORTANT TO .DYSPEPTICS. 'Bear in mind that Chaniberiain's Tablets 'improve the appetite, streng then the digestion, and regulate the liver and bowels. Just what you need. Sold by Geo, Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. A. A. Afedtomey P \ ICO IT S 0 I qualified"e yje'sig-ilt''specialist (Known all over Victoria and South: Australia). "WILL YilSIT CL4iSTLEMAIXE again TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4,from 11 a.m.! and may ibe consulted at Mr. Tough's Dental Surgery. ALSO EVERY SIX "WEEKS. Sight Scientifically Tested, and Glas ses of 'Every Design Supplied. i MODERATE TERMS. ALL 'WORK GUARANTEED. Victorian Address : Xaryfooror.irli, PSIIG 1,111' A YEEY FEW ITtlME SPIilXG LA3IBS. THE FIRST DRAFT OF THE SEASON. P pi^HPP S. X„S & Art.--' S. j£l •4V BARKER STREET. "NO^V THAT CUSTARD Y/AS HELICHITUT.." T5erc is .pleasure left v.'ifk ine pal-re when the ilavoring is right t'.sr in the one ^vord "1'avor" you have xlic key u> the food problem, P. % C. LgMGii VIa¥or "Wins appreciation when ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROLL CALL 350th CASUALTY LIST. 1358 NAMES. 512 DEATHS; 694 WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

THE ROLL CALL 350th CASUALTY LIST. 1358 NAMES.   512 DEATHS; 691 WOUNDED.   The 350th casualty list, containing 1358 names, was issued by the Defence Department yesterday, the details be ing :— 339 killed in action, 167 died of wounds, 6 died from other causes, 694 wounded, 34 missing, 107 sick, 8 injur ed, 3 prisoners of war. The Victorian casualties are :—192 killed in action, 60 died of wounds, 2 died of illness, 1 dangerously ill, 4 dangerously wounded, 6 missing, 2 in jured, 202 wounded. In the list appear the following names :— Private R. McMillan, Chew ton, killed in action, 20/9/17; Private G. S. Garden, Castlemaine, wounded.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Castlemaine Mail. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 6 November 1917

TUESDAY, XOVEMiBE'R <], 1017. ITEMS OF NEWS Three years iv.ro to-day Great. Britain | and France declared war against. Tur key, and first blood was drawn by Bri-1 tain, who .promptly seized the import-1 ant island of Cyprus. State Ministers have decided to pro-j claim December 24th and December olst public 'and bank holidays, in addi tion to the statuiory holidays. The days that will 'be observed as public j and bank holidays will therefore be : — 'Christmas Eve,'Monday, December 24; 'Christmas Day. Tuesday, December 25; Boxing'Day, Wednesday, December 20; 'Xew Year's Eve, 'Monday, December •111: Xew Year's Day, Tuesday, January 1, 13 IS. The Melbourne :Cup race will be run at "Fleming-ton this afternoon, and with fine weather, an exceptionally large ■attendance is expected. Being the most important, horse race in the Com monwealth, much interest is centred in the result. The race starts at 3.00, and a wire giving the placed horses will be 'posted in front of the "Mail" o...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TARILTA. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

TARILTA. TariUa State school held t'aeirF.:* or Day effort on Saturday, anj >vas a large a'tendance. Prcc;:::::; •>vere very brisk, and a good s:r T-; realised, iln the evening a can."~:i iield. the music being provi'i:; Messrs. George a;ul .McGarrig;-.i-a rai good musical items were by the school children, and a I repast was supplied by the Ia-i:e;.

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FLOWER DAY DISTRICT CELEBRATION. GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

FLOWER DAY D13TIWCT 'CELEbjuj^ ^l'IL!)FQRn The Flo v.-or D,y Po:e ford 011 Friday afternoon an<T -^ was largely attended. an-i rest was vakor, in :he nous, severe amnsin- 6i^ arising rro:n tne various which only jridid to the ■gener^:!'!5' est. Mis.•? O. Smith, .%=• v1n. ' • >d^p -,1:. dictated :n the decorated table w-* lien, cookery, ami also tag petition. < That-genial yoaag^C; a rat nor nard row to hoe. Ss ^ the awards did not meet w;-^ -C* °' proval of a section oi the p^"r. V* pecialiy in the decorated tabC--^-'" tltion. whore the majority 0? lie seemed to favor the ho!^ mention table, decorated V.-'y/ Jean Neil son and Doric BlinkV The guc-ssina; competition for T w! :-rlvo:i by Mr A. Gibson, caused jv' interest, and not a little exereyj^ The names of tea boys were ^*7'. hat, and sealed in an envelope."ari--* wiuner'h..id to guess the correct which proved to -be "Steve." cTj Steven's son .put his own nam? '-j-! ven," hat* the final *V lost i.ri/.e. Mo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

! SHIPBIXG INTELLIGENCE. ! —-~f ARRIVALS. •HOBSOX-S 'BAY. Tnt.firiiv Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day 'were:—.Rotomahana from .Launceston; Period from Xewtaslle; Koonda from Adelaide,

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THE MELBOURNE CUP WON BY WESTCOURT. ENORMOUS ATTENDANCE. BEAUTIFUL WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

THE MELBOURNE OUP rf ■•WON BY WESTCOURT. EXORM0 US ATTEXDAXC!■:. BE A U T i F[' L \Y E A Til E R. The attendance at Fieminjrton yes- j tcrd-ay .was enormous, one of the iar-i gest. for many years, and as the wen-1 ther was fine the day was a ; leas an: one. There was an interval o<" ; minutes allowed for recruiting speech es. speakers being stationed a' nil parts of the course. : j TUc Cup race was considered by many to bo a certainty for the English i horse Lain r>. who started a strong favorite at 2 to 1 in a field oC -it- He ran unplaced, the victor 'being :l*.o Now I South Wales horse Westcour;. -w-'.o (started second favorite at. 0 to 2 ags:. j MELBOURNE CU'P, 2 miles. "Westcourt O.McLaehlan), S.r> .. 1 ■Single ('Brown), S.10 ■Wallace "Isinglass (ConnolU. s,n Chrome ^Riley), 6.13 .. .. 4 The other starters were :—Th.v.nV 0.4, iCagou 9.3, Lanius 0.3, The Fortune*! Hunter 0.0. 'Colbert S/Ll, King's? I Bounty S.O. Odarculfus S.7, Easteour: i S.3. Sir Amyas S.O,'Ra...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOYLES PARAMOUNT PICTURES. VIOLET 'MERSEREAU. AND FINAL OF LIBERTY—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

FOY L E13 PAR A10 V XI" Pi CTURES.: VIOLET 'UEHSlCUEAl". AXD FINAL; OF LliBEilTY—TO-.N'lGHT. ! To-nijrlir •A.iii be a nigh: of farewells a: Foyle's P.iramouu- Pictures a: the Town Ha!!. The tin a! episode o; the great Mexican serial revolutionary drama, Liberty, is to *ho screened to nijrh:. and the many interested follow ers of this entertaining story o'' love, daring ,a:ul endurance, vv;'ii; be .present in lull force to see how the s-ory ends. It 'would certainly spoil the enjoyment of patrons to disclose the interesting and highly satisfactory closing scenes or ;-he story here, but no doubt tr.r.ch surprise will be expressed at the un timely finish of some of the leading characters. As this-will be the fare well appearance of .Marie Waicamp as Liberty, and of 'Eddie Polo as Pedro, a ■big crowd is expected to bo present. Another popular picture actress will make her farewell appearance at the Town Hall to-night. This will be that clever and vivacious young art tiste, 'Violet Merse...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

The CastSemaine Mail Subscribe (0"ij: w ■ Advertise PARTICULARS AT THIS OFFICE, OR AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE DlSTRlCXi

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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COUNTERACTING THE SUBMARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

COUNTERACTING THE SUB MARINE. The warship of the present day is a compromise between what we deem ■best and what we deem essential. The torpedo-proof bottom has become es sential; therefore we must give up guns, or armour, or speed, or some thing else, in order to get it. On the other hand, it is probable that battle ships and battle cruisers will not hereafter be supplied with torpedoes. Since actions are now fought at enor mous ranges, and since vessels can be sunk by gunfire alone, torpedoes on big-gun ships are now useless. Omit ting the torpedo tube will save little ■weight, but it will leave space for more ammunition. The writer also suggests that high-speed rams with bows of proper shape and requisite strength to sink underwater craft will again come into use.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL. BIG TREMAINE—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 7 November 1917

entertainments ^ ROYAL 'HALL. iE'TG TR ®LVIXE—TCKXTG H T. t In the magnificent 5-act feature. Big Tremaine, -the .Metro company has rea died the highest point in picture ex cellence, and there is sure to lie a rush to the Royal Hall to-night to wit ness it. It will 'be .good nows to .pa;- ; rons to learn that the ever-popular; Harold Lockwood and ..May Allison, arc ' in the .principal roles, and t.he tact | that they are is guarantee enough ofj a splendid performance. The stoi-y; deals with the .wronged son of an oidj Virginian family. He sees'his fiancee! in the arms of his brother, and determ-; ines to leave the country, unknown to: anyone. (He had been entrusted by j .Malvern, the 'banker, to lodge a large sum of money in a Richmond bank, and he does so, and goes west, -where he, prospers. On his return seven years later he finds his old home in a dilapi dated state, and on going to the family ! lawyer 'learns t'hat the money he had ;banked was several thousand dollars short, and...

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