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Compulsory Military Service REFERENDUM TO BE TAKEN. FEDERAL CABINET'S DECISION. STATEMENT BY PRIME MINISTER. SCHEME TO BE OUTLINED ON MONDAY. MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

Compulsory Military Service ' ? REFERENDUM TO BE TAKEN. FEDERAL CABINET'S DECISION. STATEMENT BY PllOffi IWNISTJSTI. SCHEME TO BE OUTLINED OX MONDAY. MEUBOU.RiNE, .Midnight. At the conclusion of the Federal Cabinet to-night, llr !W. IM. Hughes, the Prime .Minister, made the following statement :— The Government, In view of the increased gravity of the military situation, and being satisfied that the voluntary system of recruiting lias proved itself inadequate to reinforce our army, 1ms decided to immediately ask the people by re ferendum, for authority to raise by compulsory service, the number of troops necessary to maintain our live divisions in their lighting strength. The referendum will not. be taken on the lines of the last one, but will be upon a defi nite scheme, which will be fi;SIy outlmed by the il'rime Minister at •Bcndigo on Monday next jlr Hughes will deal with the situa tion in all its aspects. (Earlier references to 'military service will be found on page 1.)

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

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

FOR A W'EAK STOMACH. v Take Chamberlain's Tablets for tlie stomach and liver. They enable the stomach to perform its functions nat urally. Sold by Geo. .Clark and Son, Wholesale 'Distributors. .Mr D. Mackinnon, 'Director-General of Recruiting, is pleased with the re sult of recruiting appeals last week, 702 men 'haying 'been enlisted as com pared 'with U57 in the 'preceding week. Details are :—Queensland, last week, 78 -(preceding- week. (!2); Xew South •'Wales, 2Sl) (234); Victoria, 205 (201); South Australia, 54 (5S); West 'Aus tralia, 37 (52); Tasmania, 42 (50). This return s'hows the highest number of enlistments since 'August. When the Faoe Draws did Here is the way to gain hair and •skin beauty; and youth that will en dure :—■ . GR'EY HA'KR—If your hair is grey, it can be brought 'back to its natural youthful color in a ;few .weeks just by . ru'bbing fluid Lithone linto the scalp, ■liithone' is a curious ifluid, for it has the power to put back .into grey 'hair the color t.hat...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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COMMERCIAL. BEXDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

COMMERCIAL. 'BEXDIGO STOCK MARKET. f iCattlc.—296 yarded. This number included about 130 scores. ^Bullocks ranging' from good to prime constitut ed the bulk of the yarding, while -Miere was also a fair proportion of cows. Quotations :—'Prime bullocks, medium weights, £19/10/ to £'25/10/; good bullocks, medium weights, £16 t-c £17 15/; useful -bullocks, medium weights, £14/10/ to £;13/10/; prime light bul locks, £1G to £17: good -lightweight bullocks, £(13 :to £14/10/; prime cows, £'.15/17/6 to £1S; good cc'.vs, £14 to £15; useful cows, £111/10/ to £12/ 10/; prime heifers, £'15/10/ to £17; good iheifers, £13 to £14; useful heif ers, £11 to £12. . Sheep.—3363 penned. Only a Tew f-woo]ly sheep were forward, practcally | the whole of the supply ;being shorn. The market opened well, but fluctuated somewhat, as it went on. Quotations: •—(Prime crossbred wethers, shorn, .29/6 to 3S./; gcod crossbred -wethers, shorn, 28/ to -S/; useful crossbred welhers, shorn, 23/0 to 25/; prime crossbred ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

J.N LMBMO.KIL-Vil. CLEAVES.—In sad and loving memory of our dear son and -brother, Arthur, who was killed iin action, in France, .November Sih, 191-G. For him is the ceaseless Psalm, And the eternal 'Sabbath or -she soul. —'Inserted by Ms loving mother, bro thers and sisters. 'CLEAVES.—In loving memory of Ar thur Leslie Cleaves, nop haw of -Mr a'ud ^lrs'D. 0. IBrown, killed in action on November Sih, 1T' 1 o. He answered the call.

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

MORE THAN ENOUGH IS TOO .MUCH I To maintain 'health, a. "mature man or -woman needs just enough food to repair the vr.sre and supply energy and 'body hcai. Tho habitual eon sumption of more food than is neces sary for these purposes is tho prime cause of stomach troubles, rheumat ism, and disorders of the kidneys, if troubled wi-th indigestion, revise your did, let reason and not appori;e eon-' t-rol, ami take a few doses of Chan:-j borlain's Tablets and yon will so-an !;o.: all rijyhi. a.;ain. Sold by Geo. Clark: and Son, wholesale distributors. "'FI1E OAS T LE.AI AIX E .HAIL." tho be:-,\ advertising medium in the district. Posted or delivered, 6/6 per quarter.

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

HELP TO WIN THE WAR Hayes ■ and Harris Give Free 6d. War Stamps With Every 18s. Gash Purchase; 17s 6dl War Stamps Buys JJi War Certificate And get your money back in three years with -ii per cent. Compound Interest. Tlh® Ideal Rainy Day Investment Easy to Buy, Easy to Borrow On, Easy to Cash. Stamps Obtainable Here Nov/. SAIMDSSf aM Icrtiism District TEUSTEES, Eifioutors, and Apnoy OOIPMT, LimitBcI. BeMigo ESTBLISHED 1SSS, .DIRECTORS : Joseph Henry Abbott, Esq., Merchant, 'Bendigo, Chairman; Johu Henry Goudge, Esq., Grazier, Brimalong, Macorna, Vice-Chair man; Dr. John Mclntyre Eadie, Medical Practitioner, Bendigo; Cap tain' George Victor Lansell, Bendigo; William Crowley, Esq., Soli citor, Bendigo; Leonard Vivian Lansell, Esq., Investor. Bendigo. "WHEN MAKING YOUll ^v.lLL APPOINT THIS -COMPANY EXECUTOR. MONEY TO LEND. Office, IS Tie v.* street, Eetidigo. JAME3 P. B. McQUIE. Manager. District Age;;; : \Y.:ll;a:n Thwaites, E.-q., at Mc'Cay and Thwaices, Solicitors, Darker street. Cas...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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PEACE DISCUSSED. GERMANY MAKES PROPOSAL. ALSACE TO BE CEDED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

PEACE DISCUSSED. 4 iG'ER'.MA'X'Y .MAKES IPROPOSAL. ALiSAOE TO BE OEDED. VReuter.) According to lihe "New York Trib une" Washington ilvas been advised that 'Prince von Bulo.w, formerly German Imperial Chancellor, on behalf of the Kaiser, has proposed a general peace to the Allies. The :terms, it .is said, include the fol lowing :— 'Restoration of Belgium. Cession of Alsace and Lorraine to Prance. 'Compensation to ^Russia.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

On Boy's Body. Skin Was Very tensely Irritating 2nd Burning'. "When my little boy was 6 months old little red blotches appeared on his body. They developed into a pimple or eruption. The skin was very red and in flamed ana they were intensely irritating and ' burning. "I saw the Cuticura ad vertisement and sent for samples of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I then procured some more which resulted in a complete healment." (Signed) Mrs. A. Trew. Stalkers, Vic., May 14, 1916. Prevent further trouble by using Cuticura Soap for the toilet. Samples^Free by Post. (Soap to cleanse. Ointment to heal.) Address : R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S. W. Sold throughout the world. Feed Baby L with . . The ; Natural-Milk Sy'. Food ^ WHEN the Mother's own breast-milk is insufficient or not available, give the Baby " Lactogen" That's the advice of leading physicians and specialists in Baby's Welfare. They recom mend " Lactogen " as !he best possible substitute for human milk, because it provides all ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

METEOROLOGICAL QBS'EIWA TIOMS. ? The following readings are supplied by .Mr. .Max !Pincus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 21 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. 1 THERM OMETE It. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. .Shade. Shade. /Wednesday I1'J G5 41 ■BAROMETER. Wednesday 29.55 steadq. j The official forecast for to-day is : — Fine generally. y

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

I-IOW TO PREVENT BILIOUS ATTA'CRS. "Com<ing events cast their shadows ■before." This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite v.*ill fail, you wil'I feel dull and languid. If you are subject to bilious attacks take three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear, and the at tack may be warded off. Sold bv Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RETURNED SOLDIERS WELCOME AT CHEWTON. SAPPER DOCKING AND PRIVATE FELSTEAD. A SOLDIER'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

RETURNED SOLDIERS WELCOME AT CHEWTON. SAPPER DOCKING AND PRIVATE FELSTEAD. A SOLDIER'S REPLY.   There was a large gathering of citi zens in the Red Hill Hall at Chewton on Monday evening, when a welcome home was tendered Sapper Charles Docking and Private Robert Felstead, who are natives of Chewton, and have recently returned, the former being on furlough owing to illness. Mr G. Cribbes presided, and after in troducing the guests he called for three cheers, which were heartily giv en, followed by the singing of For They are Jolly Good Fellows. He then cor dially welcomed them home on behalf of the citizens of Chewton. Cr. McMillan, Rev H. F. Taylor (Congregational), and Mr Brown (Church of England), supported the chairman's remarks, and eulogised the two soldiers for their gallantry, and alluded to those who had fallen in de fence of the flag, special reference be ing made to the death in action 0f Priv ate R. McMillan. Sapper Docking, in thanking the citizens for their...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASTLEMAINE V. CHEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

CASTLEMAINE V. CHEWTON. On Saturday next, the above match will be fired on the local range, at 500 and 600 yards, 7 shots. The match will start punctually at 2 o'clock. The local team will be selected from the following :— R. Bettany, W. Clark, J. Sands, R. Stinton, :B. Hall, S. Leech, T. Arthur, J. Colbert, I. Gibson, W. Sincock, J. Wells, J. Harris, J. Paull, S. Calder, T. Allan, senr., C. Shaw, R. Dann, and J. Marriott.  

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE NEWSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 8 November 1917

I DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE   NEWSTEAD. A municipal service was held :r. :lie 'Methodist Church on Sunday by the Rev. J. F. Butler, Crs. A. .1. Rradiield. (president), C. Courts, C. -Pascoe. S. Clarke. ,T. Stevens. E. A. Rowe. and the secretary (T. F. 'Hutchinson) 'boin^: present. The text -was taken from the Oth chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, fttli verse. The preacher welcomed the presence of the councillors. and hoped that the system or 'holding »:m: lar services would continue. An e:'i cient choir, under the leadership of. i\Ir H. W. James, with Miss Far.svn: I as organist, rendered the musical por- j i'tion of the service. 1 A plain and fancy dress ball was held in the local hall on Friday even- nig, as a wind up to the season's fort - nightly gatherings, and ended with   every success. The building was crowded to its utmost capacity, and dancing was continued for several hours to music supplied by Mr and Mrs Vosti (euphonium and piano), of Guildfor...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY FROM PERTH TO CASTLEMAINE. A VERY PLEASANT TRIP. CASTLEMAINE LADY'S IMPRESSIONONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY i . FROM PBRTH TO CASTLE.YIAIXE. A VERY PLEASANT TRIP. CA'STLE.MAi'XE LADY'S IMPRESSI ONS. •Mrs G. 'R. Lawrence, is the daughter of -Mrs Meldrum, of Duke street. raid the wife of a prominent theatrical manager in Perch. She has crowed from west to east by -trail!, and enjoyed ihe trip immensely. She travelled first-class in the second train which left 'Perth for '.Melbourne. I: -was crowded -wtih passengers, -who on ;he live days' journey filled in the 'time very pleasantly. Trains are running twice a week at present. The fare, first class, from Perth to Melbourne, is £10, -and 10/ per night for a sleep ing berth; £6/-13/S second class, with '■>! per night for a sleeping berth. The meals .are not costly, varying, .Irs: class from 1/y 13 2-6 for breakfas-. luncheon 2/6. dinner 2A> to 4 \ and af ternoon tea. coffee, cakes, eic., can be ■had at al! hours "It was a glorious trip." said Mrs Lawrence, '"and long as it was there was -no dulness or rircdne-rs....

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

CASTLEMAiNE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM ? j MONTHLY COMMITTEE .MEETING. The monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Benevolent Asylum was held in the Stock Exchange room yes terday afternoon. Present :—Dr. Thompson (president), Messrs. A. Goudy, P. S. Novell, S. Wham, J. And erson, D. ilreland, and J. Bennett. Ap ologies were received from ^Messrs. JM. Van Heurck and T. F. Reid. Correspondence 'was received from the Commonwealth Treasury, forward ing cheque for £§l/7/S. The secretary reported having re ceived 41 dozen eggs from .the Hacourt State school, and 23 dozen from the Barker's Creek school. On the sug gestion of'Mr Bennett is was decided to circularise the schools in 'the various districts around Castelmaine, and en deavor to make the egg contributions ■more far reaching. The hon. treasurer reported the re ceipts to !be £44/il7/4, including priv ate contributions £'Gl/il5/, and muni cipal grant £20. The accounts pass ed last meeting totalled £23t5/(l/il. which left a debit balance of...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANZAC HILL CLIMB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

I I AX2AC iH'ILL CLIMB, j iSir,—'Mr 'Harrison professes nor to know them all, but does he know any one who used special gears or special engine sprockets? I know nothing about the riders who :tried the hill changing sprockets, etc., until the} got best results. 'Were they members of the club? The machine I rode and gained second place'w.iUi, had the same sprockets and gears as when I bought fit. -'Yours, etc., .W. WIL30X. Castlemaine, ••S • 11/17.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE HEDGES AND POLICE PROTECTION [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

CORRESPONDENCE I HEDGES A'XD 'POLICE PROTECTION! 'Sir,—r desire to congratulate you j upon the comments in to-day's "..Mail" i dealing with the hedges, and also with the manner in which we are treated in regard to police protection. :.\'or. only are the overhead hedges very danger-i ous, destructive, and unsightly, 'out! there'is also the growth of grass, etc.,, along the fences in the various streets, j which will become a serious menacc toj property if not attended to. Cannot! the 'Councillors see to the grass ar-j ound the Town Hall? It appears to me they are all asleep. With regard to the police, they are ■allowed to be sent away, and no pro test is offered. Probably we 'may wake up some day. -Yours, etc.. SLEEPY. ! ;Castlomaine, Xov. S/'IT.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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TECHNICAL SCHOOL QUESTION OF ASSISTANCE. NEWSTEAD AND MOUNT ALEXANDER SHIRE. NO ACTION TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

TECHNICAL SCHOOL rr QUESTION OF ASSISTANCE. i.NiEWSTEAD AXD :MiOUNT ALEXAN iDER SHURiE. NO ACTION TAKEN. There was a discussion 'at the .meet ing of it-he iXewstead and Mount Alex ander iShire Council yesterday on an application for a grant for a scholar ship at the iCastlemaine Technical School. ■Cr. Arkinstall said during the con tinuance of tiie war the time would be inopportune to 'give support to the Technical iSc-hool. He would certainly favor some assistance when rimes <were better, -but at present it was their duty to exercise very great care cr the shire .finances. Cr. Blinkhorn, 'while agreeing to so-me extent with Cr. Arkinstall's atti tude, considered such schools should be encouraged. 'It was her technical schools (that had placed Germany in .the .prominent, position held by her. 'He j would support any movement 'by v. hic'a j the school would receive encourage- j ment. The new High School w ould j be a monument to the prime mover in | having it erected, the ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XX III.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

By FRED. M. WHITE. | Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XX III.—(Continued) Still Ralph hesitated. He did not wish to be disloyal to his friend; he did not wish to utter a single word in the way of criticism. But, at the same time, he felt that Dick might have been a little more communicative in the matter. j "I can only hope and pray that it will turn out exactly as you say," he said. "It is all very well for you to take this cheery view of the state of affairs, but try to put yourself in my place just for a'moment. Rather than endure the state of suspense much longer, I would cheerfully go off to Stonehouse and make a. clean breast of the whole thing, and leave myself to the tender mercy of the authorities there. I tell you it would be a posi tive relief to me to do that. If you are a man of strong imagination " "Well, so I am," Dick said. "I have imagined a great deal lately. For tunately for you my dreams have come t...

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