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CONSCRIPTION REFERENDUM WRIT TO ISSUE TO-MORROW. POLLING DAY, 22nd DECEMBER. MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

CONSCRIPTION REFERENDUM ± iWBIT TO ISSUE •TCMMORIROW. iBOLLiIiNG 'DAY, '32nd DECEMBER. ■MELBOURNE, Midnight. The .writ for the Conscription 'Refer endum iwill 'be issued 011 Saturday, 10th ' ins't., under a .War Precaution Act re gulation, iand polling day has 'been fix ed 'for the 22nd 'December.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUBMARINE MENACE. LOSSES COMPARATIVELY SMALL (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

LOSS E-3 :ojh p A R A T I'VE LA" S AI AL L. iReuter.) ... ijaJian oflijiai message says ;iie pasr week. ^52 vessels arri Si- sa:!?d -"oni Italian ports. ' .-;e.i:neri aniL::- -1100 ions, anci /,:ee sailiiir wsds »"der KM cons ■rcro sunk.

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

BUSi'XESS ■notices. Mr G. F. Nalder is advertising the merits of ilie 'wonderful 'Smith motor •wheel, which ha-s 'become a .world-wide favorite, on account, of 'its utility in :n:.:vy branches of work. .Mr CCal-der v. ili be pleased to explain all about it 1.) any .person interested, -and 'particu 1 given in his advertisement in this are worth studying. Messrs. 'Hayes and Harris are ?i:iri.iRs their 'Xove.m'ber sale to-day, ::!ul all departments will contain spe cial -bargain lines. There will be some exceptionally nice ready to wear goods far ladies and gents, suita'ble for holi day and Christmas wear at reduced prices. AUCTION' iSAiLES. i.Messrs. Carter, Amos and Co., direct attention to the sale of iproperty, household furniture, 'and poultry, on account o.f the executors of the estate of the .late AVm. Youl, at Chewton, on Thursday next. The property is in good order, with every 'convenience, good garden, and fruit trees.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

Cl-l'AMiBDfiJLAIiX'S COUGH REMEDY AIDS 'XATURE. 'Medicines iliat aid Nature are always most successful. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts 011 this plan. It allays the cough, aids expectoration, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions thereby aiding .Nature in throwing off a cold and restoring -the system to a healthy condition. Sold "by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. METE 0 R 0 LOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. f Tiie following readings are supplieu by Mr. Max Pincus, ol Market Square. The readings are for the 2-1 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest ■Sun. Shade. Shade. Thursday lOS 72 48 BAROMETER. Thursday 2-9.42 falling. The official forecast for to-'day is :— Pine generally. T . 'HOW TO PREVENT 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 Cliam'berlain's Tablets as soon as these sy...

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

POULTRY NOTES A. (By "Rose-,Comb.") I am in receipt of another interest ing cutting from the Adelaide "Obser ver," on ibreedihg for sex, kindly sent in iby Mr "W. :Rees. The article is !by "ttTardshell," one of the leading poul try writer in 'S.A., and is as-follows :— 'Ever since :fo\vLs have 'been 'kept, in a domestic condition attempts have been ■made to breed the sexes to order—and .they have all failed, as might 'be ex ipected, for the good reason that if .man were possessed of the key ,to Hie-sex (problem, -the whole -balance of nature would 'be disturbed, if it were not ac tually upset. If they .could do it most ipeo.ple iwou-ld breed pullets because of their eggs, and, if they could produce the sex at will, they 'would hatch only a sufficient atnnber of cockerels to ikeep them .going. To express the pos ition .in figures it is possible that, in -such circumstances, 00 per cent, pul lets to 10 per cent, cockerels would be liad. And that is just where the thing will not work. ...

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

CggTb-ECTTS! -BT>r^..g=5S35Lg5(iBSri E!1?C'/ "CsLsaiJST AT Hayes and Harris' - €# SPECIAL BAIIGAIXS IN ALL DErAIUMIEXTS. iS3 JSblSSndL J.S3 THE HOUSE EOlt QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE, Phone ICC. as TIic Premier's 'Policy Speech shoe's that. politicians sue realising- the wisdom ami justice oi' tiic demands for effective Teaiperajuee legislation. We are . im* i ^11 i'?f :-i $?' Vv S©«& SSSIWslkSS l£i£ dl ,- i ;S; Electors are urged la give tiiv* pm'erciiee to candidate* who favor : SIX O'CLOCK OLOSlXtf, Effective and continuous. XO-Lit'EXC'E (Local or State) hy democratic majority. Donations are solicited to the ALL'IACvGE CAADPAIG'X -FUiX'D to enable the work of education 'to 'be carried on .after the election. Address : FRAXC/IS WILSON, T. and G. 'BUHDDIXG, *186 S'WAXSTOX ST., '.MELBOUIIXE. ALLIANCE PUBLICITY CG3DIITIEE aiul K. HILL, WAliRACKSABEAL. ^•iKLr^rserm^r^K-^ ~ i w.^ryjp- -.r AUCTIONEERS' NOT!OSS Fe W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. ■Sworn Valuator. INSURANCE, M...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

1 THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.—All suSering from, ir ritation of tlie throat n.nc5 hoaresnoafi will be agreeably (surprised at the al most immedinta relief afforded by the use of " Brown'n Bronchiwl Trochea." These famous " lozengen '' are nos' Bold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "Blight cold," or bronchial aflectlona, cannot try them too sood, as oimilor troubles if allowed to progress result in aeriouu j pnlxninary and asthmatic affections. Sec that the words " BrownV Bron chial Trocheo " oro on the Govern ment Stamp around cach box, pra pared by John I. Brown and Bono, Boston, 'United States, European Depot, 33 Farringdon Road, London, England. AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. —"Mrs Winslow's, Soothing Syrup" for Children Teethiug. Should always be used for children while teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, curei- wind, coiic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Dir ections for using Mrs Wins...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

STEMS QF NEWS '-L1 . Three years ago an event occurred llvat stirred Australia, and brought her .prominently 'before the world. Ihc German raider cruiser Emden wes de stroyed afr.er a sharp 'fight at iXorth Cocos Island •by the Australian cruiser Svdnev. It. was Australia's brilliant entry 'into naval warfare. _ On the previous day the ^German fortified 'poit ni Tsing-tau surrendered to the Jap anese antfBritish troops. The Mount Alexander Infantry will r;r. .into camp at IBendigo to-morrow morning', and about 200 will represent Casdemaine's contribution. 'The :Mal don contingent ;will .arrive here 'by •he first train from that centre, and will join- their Castlemainc comrades and travel to 'Bendi'go by special train, leaving here at 10.-15 a.m., reaching camp at lil.iiO. The local troops .will parade a'l the railway station at 9.45. The camp i\vi 11 last for a week. Life in Korea should 'be a very inte resting: subject, especially when dealt with by a person who'has resided there f...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Castlemaine Mail. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1917. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

l)£ •FEUIXVY. XOV-EUGE-R !», 1JV17. The decision of the Federal Cabinet to lake another referendum cn r.ho question of conserimion is important, 'hue. not unexpected. The position of the Allies is graver now than at any time since .the .Germans .retreated from Paris. AuKral'ia, :a-s one of the AlHes, must live up to her 'traditions, both hereditary and achieved, and fight to the last ditch. 'We are a long .way from the 'theatre of war, apparently snug and secure, 'Which is an added reason why we should play the game, and not shirk our duty, and besmirch our national -honor, and the honor of those men who fought 'and died on many liard-strficken fields to build up tlie name of .Australia. It is untLink a'ble that the people after seeing what is 'happening in Europe will again vote to desert our Allies in their time of need. Ituss'ia was 'considered a hul wank of strength, whose millions would c-rusli Austria, and help in the defeat of Germany. YVaiere is tlia't bulwark of strength to...

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

BEAUTliFUL WO.MEX. It lias been o'bsorved that beautiful women always liave good digestion. .If your 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. " Paten's" Nurserymen & Florists 7 H.MiWAV iu"ii.m>;<;s, i mn i > k i: s stk !•:i;t, MKI-IJOUKNK. Sriiil direct to us if you :in> in need ci' Plants ;ut(l Trees of ;i».v kind. Weddinir J>ou<iuei's and Funeral V.'reaths, I'.irlhday and Hon Voyage Souvenirs. Clu'k'i' Cut Flowers for the Table and Sick-room. r.eaut.iful I'alms, Ferns, Dahlias. Koses. Daphnes. Iioronias, lleathb", Carnations. ete.. for I he Garden. Twelve Keautiful Dahlias—Cactus. I'aoony, and Collarette, assorted—for I)/-. Twelve packets Choice Flower Seeds posted free for (i. Country orders by wire or "phone receive immediate attention. Tliones': Central 5J4 and Wind sor 1075. FIREWOOD. F...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

GU IUDFORiD. The final .meeting; of the committee of the 'Hospital concert was held 'last ■week, Cr. B, Blinlchorn in the chair. The secretary ('Mr W. Kirkpatriclc) read 't'he balance-sheet, which showed the satisfactory profit of. £011/5/, made up as follows Tickets £9/3/0, dance receipts £il/ll/!), committee do nation 1G/; expenditure—Lighting 1/iM, advertising 4/, stamps 4d. Cr. ^Gibson, who was present, stated that it was one of the 'best conducted con certs, and one of the 'best programmes he had ever ihad the pleasure of .'hear ing. A letter was received from Mr P. 'C. iBaker, thanking .the committee for the manner in 'Which the perform ers had 'been treated. iln answer to Mr A. Yosti's condition that he would 'provide the music free for the iHos •pital dance, providing the committee added another ten shillings to the re ceipts, sixteen &ihilling's 'were .linnded to the secretary in one shilling dona tions from 'the members. Mr AV. Lo ■mas moved i-hat the 'best thanks ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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French Front ARTILLERY ACTIVE.tive. ENEMY POSITIONS SUCCESSFULLY ATTACKED. PRISONERS NUMBER 60. Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

French Front 4 aetilleky active. I'STEMY POSITION'S SrCCESSFl LLY attacked. WtlSOSEHS NILUBE11 GO. (Renter:) ! A Preach communique says :—There 1 has (been reciprocal -artillery activity north of the Aisne sector, and In the region of Filian, Chavignoft. Chaune -Wood, and on the right hank of the ■Meuse, We made successful attacks on German 'positions north-west 01 Alt hare h, and .took 60 prisoners.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WRIST BADLY GASHED WITH BROKEN GLASS. POISONED FINGER ALSO HEALED BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

"WRIST (BADDY GASHED WilTH (BROKEN GLASS. * 'POrSOXE-D "PIXiG'EiR ALSO HEALED !BY ZAMMBUK. You cannot make a mistake in apply ing Zam-ffiuk to a cut or sore. :Mrs Amelia Costelloe, writing from her home, 2C5 Liverpool street, Hot art, Tas., says :—".Some time ago, my son, 'William, had a 'serious mishap, falling ; on a 'piece of glass and gashing his wrist, 'in going an errand he slipped on some tiles and having a bottle in :his hand it smashed on the metals and his arm came in contact nvitii the broken glass, which sliced the liesh right open. 'We took him to a chemist, 'who recommended taking him to a doctor to have the wound switched. .Having so much to attend to, however, I could not get the opportunity. T therefore purchased a not of Zam-Buk and ap plied it after cleansing the wound .with hot'Water. 'After binding'the place up] and dressing it daily it had thoroughly healed up bv the end of the week. "My husband also had a poisoned linger, and the swelling extended up the arm, ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE MOTOR CYCLE CLUB MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

CASTLEMfllNE MOTOR CYCLE CLUB i- i "MONTHLY .MEETING. The monthly ■meeting' of the Castle-; maine Motor 'Cycle Club was held in \ the Stock Exchange room las: evening. The president (Mr^Rupert FY>>ie> oceu-' pied the chair, and 't'here was a good attendance of members. The sec-re-! tary (Mr AV. iBayley) handed in nisi resignation, as he found it impossible; to spare the lime from his business! which was necessary to keep in touch, properly with ciub matters. The re-' signation -was accepted .with regret.; and 'Mr C. Rathbone -was elected to fill j the position. .Mr "VV. iBaylev >vas then ; elected vice-president of the club, in j place of 'Mr A. Mondon, -who ius left, the town. Mr Gil. Blake was elected; to a vacant position on the committee.-, 'A syllabus of club fixtures tor ■the; remainder of this year was then; drawn up as follows :— j Sunday, 25th November.—Ail day,, hamper clu'b run to Hepburn Springs j" and Daylesford. j Saturday, 1st December.—Consist-; ency tria...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS THE PLAYGROUND. PUBLIC APPEALED TO. ADDITIONAL DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS | I 4 ! TI-1E PLAYGROUND. 'PUBLIC APPEALED TO. ADDITION A'L DONATIONS. Amount pre v. aakgd. £ GGG .15 flj 'Miss Olive Trevean .. .. 2 2 0 Total £G68 17 G

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SO[?] WOUNDED IN A[?] PRIVATE H. A. PA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

CASTLEMfllNE DiSTRIGl! —*— i wounded :x ac::::c ' PRIVATE K. A. PALT. A notification was ed from the Defence •H. Palmer. of Duke to the oiYee; that his vate H. A. Palmer, ■•x'zs'adi to the oSth B.r.t.. had r-:-;: t;t:. France. ^Private Paintrt.-;:k: 23 years ot ace. •■v.'is enpi~i:r? gerald's Brewery hrtji ■nemaine.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENEVOLENT AYSLUMS ADMISSION OF OLD AGE PENSIONERS. COLLECTION OF PENSIONS. SAME PRIVILEGES AS OTHER [?] STITUTIONS DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

BENEVOLEfif -®»issiox 0p ' s«»bSH collection- o^,v _ - 'en3lfe SAME PRIVILEGE I ST1Tn-ios5~ I i The Saliarar jv ! Asylum eonnnit^";;^ 3,, - --hue pVi^^ I J0:i:i Forres? ;V;lh V"' !'fnr ?')r an ir!!er-v°3:-::3:^ ! ea---.°;;:"-y of Benevria,'5^' ;:n- P-'^a on -,p?'Sa:-A?> : H:he- like instituX^ !t:!f: o'Vj?^ ■. Pensioners, and ; tees .ie;ar ^vei ^ f% :SKS;y-S;: " Lhe t eder^j t-* "* ^,.Co!. Ki'^. ! 1 desire to srate^.y: *;:■ ■ received one deput^ iot-the :h.V ■: Pensioners i!un»- I. AcreW ^ : ^presentations -•. v'-""^'• :-° make on th* ^LiJ' z jin writing. -In *?.££$ !i:n;e ••vaea in:rc-;^ ; scarcely possible."'' ^ In forwarding .tY;; ••. said he v.'.!, su-iutions should' , same doting as the '' ! nnd Roman Catholic in;"-.'.; 1 ;s- wilen a pensioner ent^ hand over his book, and rW or the -institution show"^ pension fortnightly, dedur-X tor maintenance, and hand -v' ro the pensioner, insteadVJ ~ custom of sending ja end of the quarter, av:-C; two months for the ntonV"""' , Dr- Thomp...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The British Front ENEMY THRUST BACK. PASSCHENDAELE FITHT DES[?] ED. ORGINISING NEW POSITIO[?] (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

The British 'X — EXE^iY THRUST BA$ PASsniFNDAELE HGHI ^ ED. OKCAMSlXt'I >'s-,v (Renter.) I Ro:i;e;*'j co~rc-_cp■."!r.de::■: i". ;headquarters :a Fi.uaie^ 'a -'-^sidoraVe aan-aer o; jT-\ore k: 11 Oil by ow:i j broacat ::i. ' rota' number o: prisoners ! considerably higher. ft--' i?;\o works Pzsschendssa *-•*. ! consisted nuiaiy of ; "Here wore er.iy a :>n' pill W*.i I01 i'-ic prlsorers cap-ared at ; <-*:ieie was the eonitnaadfr c.-:-!j i '-nbattalion. -iv-hose dury "| ;cou:uer-auaek. The tsc: 3*1 I ^ouiuer-aaaok :aa terialisw r°| j bably due to this lucky cspv&J i The marshes around Fa^v*| j are now in car favor, aft'oro^1'! orabio protection acaiast 2i»« retake the village. !W*e thrust the Boohe well oar open. •Field .Marsh:?! Sir Dou?te Ports :—Yfe continued organs* Positions -oa the -Pss$cbend3i-\ ground, and i;j t'ie neighboring ■<* without being' disturbed by There were no coivuer-rusc^' recent engagement we took <> oners, ■hicht...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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BOMBARDIER J. G. GAR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 November 1917

BOMBARDIER J. G. GAE'd .Mr A. E. J.;:-o: Hrr been no:by :::o De:e^ men: tha: ".r.c #o:i. Bor.:;::: Gar:s:do. h.:; >ec-:: '.v:un-:: * fi.erlninc ir, Fr & //?.:: :l'.o i-:!' 3a::.. 4:i -■ Ar:; :a::e:'y 2nd r>:v:<:;->:u! An*:::i:C:."^ further o: il >: a I message i— oeived by Mr Ga::s:de :: -;; riu: :::< o:':er <e:;. Fr:va:e S.3 side, \vh,-> r.a> jrO:: szSt" effect# o." ca? nies si::."* aas been ir.valideii Iianie.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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AUSTRALIAN SHOT IN[?] NO ONE TO BLAME (United Service Specials [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

Al'STKAl.IAX SHOT 1){& XO ONE TO ?JS An indues: ".wis neii concerning rhe d?:r':: o:' Hanvood. an Aus:ra'.:ar.. in r!ie srcnuch : -Midland eani:>. Evidence wa? ;;vo:: ''S.-■ I '•vood •-.von- :o :c: "-1 prun.s H-oro nrin-. A vo:\;:,-: o;\:ea\: ::::v n tnre •<. n-;• onacCcr::;"-: '.ha: no'cod;.- ■v.-? :■; *

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