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TRAINS-AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. OFFICIAL OPENING. CANCELLED BY GOVERNMENT. MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

TRA>"S • ATSTK A'l 1AX KATUVAY. i ! ? OFFICIAL. OPEXIXG. CAXCBLLBD (BY GOYERXMEXT. MELBOURNE, 'Midnish'r. ! The official opening of the trans-j Australian line lias been can ceiled by the Government. ' Such. of the cable ne^'s on this page so headed has appeared in "The Times," and is cabled to Australia by special permission. tit should be understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to tie so.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILITARY SITUATION FEDERAL CABINET CONSIDERS. FINALITY NOT REACHED. SHIPPING IS DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

MILITARY SITUATION . X' T FEDHRAL CABINET 'CONiSI'DER-S. FINALITY NOT 'REACHED. SHIPPING IS DIFFICULTY. Consideration was given yesterday at a meeting of the Federal Ca'binet to the changed military situation of the Allies brought atiout by the Italian de 'bacle. There was a full attendance of Min isters, excepting Sir John Forrest, the Treasurer, who is in West Australia. Mr W. M. Hughes, the .Prime Minister, presided. iWlien seen, Air Hughes said that he •had no statement to make at that stage regarding'the deliberations of the (Cab inet. iWhile Cabinet had 'been sitting, Mr ■Hughes 'had been informed of the lat est cables on the (I-taliajn situation. Ask ed if he had any comment to make on 'the position, Mr Hughes said :— "I said in Sydney that the position in Italy is the most serious that has confronted the Allies since the LMarne. 1 ihave nothing to add to that. That is a presentation of a case so grave as to :be full of the most ominous por tents." IMr 'Hughes declined to say...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

European Agency I Wholesale indents 'promptly executed at lowest cash prices for -all British 1 and Continental Goods, including :— Books and stationery, Boots, shoes, and leather, Chemicals and druggists' sundries. China, earthenware and glassware, ■Cycles, motor cars and accessories, Drapery, millinery and piece goods, •Fancy goods and perfumery, Hardware, machinery and metals, Jewellery, plate and watches, Photographic and optical goods, Provisions and oil mens' stores, •Etc., Etc., Etc. Commissions, 2* to 5 per cent. Trade discount allowed. Special quotations on demand. 'Sample cases from £10 upwards, Consignments of "produce sold on •account. "WILLIAM WILSON AND SONS, (Established 1814). 25, AiBOHUROH IjAME, LONDON, E.C. Caible Address : "Annuaire, London." Wanted ! can Ride A 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 ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

A1 RE YOU BREAKING T'H'E LAW? You could be arrested ;for maintain ing a public nuisance il' you allowed a pool of slimy, stagnant, disease-breed ing sewage to remain on your premises. 'But when you allow the diseased products of waste to remain in your body on account, of constipation you are violating a much more important law of nature. And you will .pay for it as thousands are ipaying for 'it. when these poisons .have vitiated your 'blood, letting down the gates of health to the inroads of disease. Guard against constipation. IPhysics and purges are dangerous. They frequently make constipation chronic. 'XUJ-OL, .which is a lubricant, not a'medicine or a drug, has no such dangers. XUJOL is.manu factured by'the Standard Oil Company (Xew Jersey), UJS.A. '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 .by Philpots 'and Coakley, Castlemaine. Satisfaction was expressed by'.Mr A...

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CORRESPONDENCE ANZA'C HILL CLIMB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

CORRESPONDENCE ? AXZ'A'C (H'I'LiL iCLL.MB. Sir,—I 'beg to point out to your cor respondent, Mr Duggan, that it" he took sufficient interest in rhe Ca.s^ernaine Motor Cycle Club he .w.uild k-ow '.hat last Saturday's hill dimr, was no: a[ club event. This \vas demonstrated! by the fact thai four on; of 'he 1»1 starters'Were not club members, ri ere fore my advertising of the result of the event was in no way inconsistent •.vith my contention That for the wel fare of the club it. was desirable that rlie trade should nor make capita; ouc oC its fixtures. As he. however, has now used club fixtures for advertising, in justice to our agency I must in fut ure point, out to the public wiiou our machines secure honors. In that ad vertisement our opposition the; not quote "bare facts," as he says. The club officials timed the 25-mile ride in ?>4Amin., whereas rhe "ad" reads 50 miles in 6Si m'hi. "Where do his figures come from? ;Regardlng the word funk our oppo sition seems a 'bit mixed. We...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CABLE RATES. '. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

CAIfl'H RATES. ' . United Kingdom.—Ordinary rate, 3/ ■por word; deferred rate, 1/6 per word; (liable to delay if or 21 hours); week end rates, 9d per iword, Avith a mini mum of 15/; cables to members A.I.F., 9d per word. IPersons desiring to cable money to soldiers A.T.iF. can do so through the M.O. Office, Castlemaine, ,by paying cost of cable (»15/), in addition to money order commission.

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Italian Retreat HUNS PRESS FORWARD. TAGLIAMENTO LINE CAPTURED. ITALIANS FALL BACK. FIGHTING PKOCEEDS. SITUATION GRAVE. (Admiralty: By Wireless Press). [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

Italian Retreat ? IIl'VS PRESS FOItWAJRt). TAliLlAHEXTO MM: CAP'LTIiEI). ITALIANS FALL BACK. FIGHTING PKOCEEDS. SITUATION GRAVE. ! I (Admiralty : .By Wireless Press). Claiming great additional successes, a 'German official message says :— "We have secured possession of the whole of the Tagl'iamento line to the coast. The (Italians are retreating between the mountains and the sea, conflagrations 'indicating the route of their retirement. "Our pressure compelled the Italians io give up the mountain front, from the 'Fella Valley as far as Colbricon, north ward of the Suzana Valley, a width of nearly 1)5 miles. The enemy is re treating, and our 'further operations have commenced." (Reuter.) An 'Italian official message says :— "The enemy has .intensified his pres sure from the Upper Taliametuo aga inst our left wing. The enemy also •pushed detachments toward the middle and lower course of 'the river. '"We, in order to establish our new l'ine, >were compelled to evacuate por tions of ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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THE LATEST. CANADIANS' OPERATIONS. COMPLETELY SUCCESSFUL. IMPORTANT POSITIONS CAPUTURE[?] (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

THE LATEST. CAXAIHAXS' OI'OATIONS. COMPLETELY SUCCESSFUL. | i IMPORTANT POSITIONS CAPUT.!;I (Reuter.) Field .Marshal Sir Douglas Haig re parrs :—Canadians' operations on Tu esday morning were completely suc cessful against defences in and arounc OPassehendaele, and the spur north west. After successful assembly, an assault was launched at. t? o'clock. a< arranged. The enemy had been, order ed to 'hold 'this important position—th main ridge—at all cost. 'Hard fighting took place at a mim'ber of points, par ticularly on the high ground north of ahe village. The troops made steady progress, and at an early hour cap tured 'Passchendaele, -Mosselnrarkt. and Gaudberg Hamlet. ¥e gained all objectives. A large number of pris oners were taken. Rain fell at inter vals. Our guns dealt effectively with enemy batteries and concentrations of infantry.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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SPORTING NEWS RIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

SPORTING NEWS i rifle shooting. CASTLE.M AIXE .CLUB. On .Saturday last a handicap compe tition was fired at 500 and GOO yards, 10 shots at each range. The first- prize provided was a War Savings Certify cate. R. 'Beltany, who has been shoot ing most consistently, followed up his previous success by 'gaining the first prize with a 'fine score of 97 points, this making the second War ■Certificate that he has won within the last month. The winner also secured the highest score off the rifle, viz., <16 point?, at each range. The oilier prize winners ■were '\V. Clark, R. 'Stin-ton, 'B. Hall, and iS. Leech. The following arc the leading scor es :— 500 GOO -Hop. Ttl. R. Cettanv .. 46 4G 5 97 W. -Clark .. *1(5 43 3 92 Ii. 'Stinton .. 46 41 5 92 IB. .Hall . . 411 44 3 SS S. Leech . . 44 40 4 SS T. Arthur .. 46 3S 3 87 J. Sands . . 42 41 3 S(> J. iCol'bert .. 31 41 9 71 I. iGibson .. 39 25 3 G7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

lEifT 3L33L DoTaTbt Wlieii Selecting a Gift O-o Hjo W. F. Newham's A e&iolcI. m%r&v3P$.Gc3L Assortment OF IT-TO-DATE GOODS. ST TO UK CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS AT THE FRONT AT ONCE. 'THF. LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES A'ND WEEKLY PAPERS, W.F.Newham BARKER SI R PET. ANZAC HILL CLIMB The Hari@y=Davfdsoii Over the Tops? H. PAESOX.S (.MELBOURNE), RE PISTE RED FASTEST TDIE FOR TIIE ASCENT—28 Seconds. 1(. WILSON (AMATEUR, CASTl'EATAINE), ON A STANDARD HARLEY. gained SECOND PLACE—32 Seconds. TIMES IN TIIE SECOND ROUND : — LARSONS (Hurley), 2Ssec. 'WILSON (Harley). Ml'sec. : BOOTH (lndinn), S'Jsec. ©AYlLEy ('Indian), 37 2-5sec. BLAKE (Indian), 47 3-5sec. HUNT (single cylinder B.S.A.), 4Ssec. I iese TWO EERFOlOrANCES, AGAINST ALL COMERS, AGAIN ill("ES the SUPERIORITY OF tiie IIAlfcLEl'-DAVIDSON OYER THE ORDINARY ROAD MACHINES. here's bo funking wfiere Harleys are. M Hills and Roads are alike to the Haifley" , J. R. DUGQAN -'Jo ir» ^llj' fwr s CI DKliA ...

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LAWN TENNIS. CASTLEMAINE V. KYNETON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

LAWN TENNIS. i <CA3TLE11A1XE V. KYXETON. i Tho following players will repre sent the Castlcmaine club at Kyneton 011 Saturday next. :—iMcsda-mes .Mouse and Whitelaw, and -Misses Xewlands, WP.liair.son. Cordner and Odgers. 'Any of the foregoing who are unable to go are requested to noiify the secretary at once.

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CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

CASTLE.IIAI^E POST OFFICE 3IA1LS ^ TliiE-TAlEUE. 'Mel-bourne, close G.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 9.30 p.m. Woodend, close, 0.30 a.m.; arrive 10.30 a.m. •Campbell's Crsck, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeen, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. '■Guildford, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.30 p.m. Tarilta, close G.30 a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Barker's Creelc, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar-i rive, 7.'30 a.m. Woodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight Flat, close G.30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, close, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. iChewton, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 -p.m.;! arrive, 12.5 p.,m., 7.20 p.m. | Frverstown, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 'P.m., arrive, 12.5 pan., 7.20 p.m. j 'Yauglian, close G.30 a.m.; arrive, ! 7.20 p.m. Glenluce, close 6.30 a.m., Mon., AVecl., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mon., Wed., Fri. il-larcourt, close 9.45 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 9.45 a.m.; ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The British Front HAIG AGAIN ATTACKS. EIGHTH FLANDERS BATTLE. FIGHTING INTENSE. OBJECTIVES GAINED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

The British Jf runt 4 HAIG AGA1X ATTACKS. EIGHTH FLANDEKS UATTLji. fighting ixtessk. objectives ga1xei). (ReuterJ Announcing a new British offensive in Flanders, neuter's correspondent at. the British headquarters telegraphs : "After an interval of just a week, *_he eighth •battle of the Flanders autunra campaign 'began at six on Tuesday morning. The greatest intensity of the fighting was in the neighborhood of Passchendaele and about the Ypres •Menin road. The -weather, although threatening, remained dry until >vell after the sun was up, when a light, in termittent drizzle caused the visibility to become poor. J "According to reports hitherto re ceived, which are subject to confirm -'ation, the tattle is proceeding quite satisfactorily. Ac 7.50 a.m. one of our aero'pla'iio observers reported that 'he could see some 'Canadians about 100 yards'beyond 'Passchendaele. They could also 'be seen deploying along thej ridge to -Mosselmarkt. j 'In his despatch to the War Office an nouncin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

OH'AMBEEJLAliX'S .COUGH REMEDY AIDS .XATURE. 'Medicines that aid Xatuvc 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 Xaiure in throwing oil' a efold and restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, 'Wholesale distributors. POULTRY ADVERTISEMEXTS "HERE'S THE GOODS.'' A LAYiIXG .MACHIXE. No. 28, White Leghorn, 5tb. in iBen digo "Independent'' Single Test, 11)10 17; 2SG eggs in G days o'ver 11 months; 250 competitors. FiIRST SIX .MOXTHS OF SBCOXD SEASOX—1-10 EGGS. Cockerels il'rom a'bove hen, 21/ each, l'or 191S delivery. Elated to a 297^ cockerel. ? A. E. ltOBIXSOy, i-Iargraves street, Castlemaine.

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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATE R. O. HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS f KILLED I'N ACTION'. PRIVATE ;R. '0. HUNTER. i\rr Jackson ^Hunter, of Adams street, who is on the staff of 'the /Botanical Gardens, had 'five sons at tihe front. Two have 'been wounded, and yester day Rev. iF. A. iHagenauer received an official .intimation that Mr 'Hunter's third sou, and the last to-enlist. 'Priv ate R. 0. iHinvter, had been killed in action on the 12th ol" October. The deceased was 25 years of age, and en listed in West. Australia about 12 months ago. Much sympathy will be felt for :Mr •Hunter, and everyone will hope that the four sons on service will return safely, i

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

CASTLE ATAIjVE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. Adams, F. W. *22 Archda.ll, Wm. 1^' Ball and 'Welch Ply. Ltd. .. • • Bassett Bros. ; 9' Ba-yley, 'B. I., Campbell's Creek .. 12 Bean, Albert B 10 iBeckingsale, G. and Sons .. . • 6 Beckingsale, Herbert Ill Benevolent Asylum 40 Bennett, J 116 Best, 'Newell ,and Law son .. .. 43 Bibliell, F. J 131 j iBlume, 'Ernest <H. R., Barker's Ck. 124 ' Borland, D. M 103 Brotherton, Mrs J 88 Brown, D. 0. 64 Butler, W. M 107 Cameron, Jonathan 71 Carter, Amos and iCo. .. .. 30 Carter and Cowling .; .. .. S4 Carter, E. H., ipriv. res 128 "CASTLEMAINE tfllL'' 47 Castlemaine Bacon Factory .. 105 ■Castlemaine Butter Supply Co. 19 Casblemaine Gas ;Co., office & works 10 Castlemaine Woollen 'Co. Ltd. .. 75 (Castlemaine Electric Supply Co. 74 'Clark and Son 8 Clark, G. « S Cock, N. .. * .. 135 , 'Cocking, F 55 Coffee Palace "(R. Bailie) .. .. 87 Cooper, W 90 CoilbeM, F. ' 57 •Cornish, S. M 46 Cornish, S. M'., >priv. res. .. ,123 Council Club Hotel (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

VERANDAH BLINDS la "white or stripe duck, complete with poles, cords, pulleys, straps, etc., ready to.hang— 6 x S. 9 x S. 10 x 8. 12 x S. No. 1. quality J .. .. 22/6 32/6 35/ 37/6 No. .2 quality .. .. 25/ 37/6 40/ 42/6 No. 3 quality .. .. 27/6 40/ 46/6 50/ Quotations for .special sizes on application. HAJfG-lNCr MEAT SAFES in all sizes from 7/0 each. DECK CHAJJIS, i/Q, 5/(5, 5/11, in various colors of striped canvas. BECK CHAIll CANVAS, in red, blue, green stripes, good quality, 1/6 to 2/8 -.yard. . . SEA GRASS CHAIRS AND LOUNGES, IN GItEAT VARIETY. DOUBLE 13ED SIZE WIRE MATTRESSES, FROM 25/. CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS, IVlilte and gold. 2/75 lialf-doz. LINOLEUMS AND CARPETS in all widths and qualities, a large range of patterns at lowest ruling prices. SUIT CASES, all sizes and qualities. A good line of strong eases, suitable for school books, etc., 3/11, 4/11 each. , s U, DAMN & Co Home Furnishers, Barker st. |> CURES RECRUITING READY RECKONER For Married Men Prepared So Jo...

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TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS THE PLAYGROUND. PUBLIC APPEALED TO. ADDITIONAL DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS UJ THE PLAYGROUND. I j PUBLIC APPEALED TO. J ADDITIONAL DONATIONS. Amount, prov. ackgd. £iG6i 13 <i Mrs A. J. iCox 2 2 0 Total £&66 I'o 6

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The Castlemaine Mail. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER [?], 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

(tasfknufmt JHiril Tii! I" USD AN. XOVF.Air.KU S. I'.HT. ITEMS OF NEWS r The Police Department has very lit tle consideration for the residents of Castlemaine and district. The matter | oi police protection should engage the j immediate attention of the Borough j Council and Forward Caailcmaine As-! socia'tion. The local force has been j reduced, and the constable has been I removed from Campbell's Creek, (Fry- j erstown, etc., yet from our reduced I fores a consta'ble is frequently sent io| do. duty in some o'ther centre. Con-1 .it-able Smithwick, who is a married! man, witli a home of his own, was on j duty in -Melbourne for 1- weeks, and i returned here a week ago. l ie lias j now been sent to Korong Vale .for a ; week. lit is unfair to ;he constable,! and to the ;own. A: present there are | three • constables here, one being the; lock-up keeper. The ot'hcr iwo are .on street, dtr.y, and one of them has to do the round of Sutton Grange, Camp bell's Creek, etc. 1: is impossible fa...

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CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL ^ MONTHLY COMMITTEE .MEETING. The monthly meeting of ilie Hospital Committee was held in the Stock Ex change room last night. Present : — ■Messrs. H. S. Arehdall (president), W. Redfearn, J. Bennett, F. S. Xewell, T. F. .Reid, 'H. J. ;Ramsay, S. M. Cornish, W. Errey, A. F. Arkinstall, A. D. Free man, M. T. Fogarty, Dr. Thompson, and P. C. 'Baker. The president extended a cordial welcome to Mr F. '3. 'Xewell, as a new member of the committee, and said he thought .Mr Xewell, with the experi ence gained by him in assisting in ;he management of the IBenevolent Asylum would be a benefit, to the .Hospital; Com mittee. 1 .Correspondence was received from the (Heidelberg 'District ■Band, stating that, they intended visiting Castleniaine 011 the 28t.li December, and intimating 'that. it. -was desired that, an entertain ment should be 'arranged in aid of the hospital.—The secretary was instruct ed to write for full particulars regard ting the .proposed visit. A number of ...

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