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CONSCRIPTION CABINET AGAIN [?] NO OFFICE ANNOUN[?] SOME ANTICIPATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

Cahixet .vja:x , no official ax\orv;:,:| jO.ME AXT!C:pa~''"':: Federal Ministers 3?: 3;:;; i r.e: yesterday ar'tenon v. ; details 0:' '.he compuls::-.- «•-. : renduni. In well-iniormed circle ; ed that the calling a? e: :';r_ i of Australia will 'be cor.r.e;;: : cient number each moKiro £ ; reinforcements for '.he ; the five Australian dxslzs ^ front. Voluntary on a: the same tine, and t;; I sion will be enforced merely;;■ i tout of the balance | month. It is estimate! :::\ s are required each nsottti lb" ; uirv system has r.c: ier. :::r_ ■ half this number recently, s The writ for the refer-i::-r_ \ issued to-Jay at rl Ale: . i hour, it will be i:nposs:':l:■; i be nlaced ■ the 1-V: r. ..• :j i at t'he referendum. 1

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE TECHNICAL SCHOOL SCHOL[?] SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

technical ich00[_ ship, Si",—-Reaeiva ; of th«» •f'^rlptnx.Ge 0:? V,' :tiun. Mr Ivor Evans, some sum of $4$ ;0, ' ;v.p fund, Vav v:dual .in'ys;r:D;ion, a"-1 na' nrully arises, "\v . . . -»"• i:;: IH'V- <V ' -1'- 8f50Kr.'.53 \:\z to asi'.s; *.ae cvasjo>, ihei.' :.'v:vy •ow-r of 'he kinl^f V.r.r:»d In sv; I iv.i' S- A -s ■>* ?"0V;;:v;. arsiilH !>p«n ;3 oiiiU:^ 5r.: Urs. iiu; -.he Casu^C.': Asfociauo-.i -.my suft so. an opportunity rest's ;n p'.r :n'0 Pra;-.';:? C'J" per year -.vca'i p' • ],!<• o:' iCMoiarsiiip^ ^ nical School, and A ush tho Senior S^n tor l)OcV.i and isetue:i;«' This sum would o'liy ■ 2 per '.inmiai for er;j association, perhaps benefit to 'hs State i' from raraiag out '.v. technical craftsmen, wise bo just ordinar be ?rer indeed, e-c'n nicker vtorM Will the energetic s Boys t?-Uo this m.u comvniitec to act T>. no bo: ter 'Wtrx\ cou the association. » 'tis dons, men t.'.vcr ; quickly.' — i ours, • < Casdemaine, j :XoV. ft 1...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS WOUNDED IN ACTION. PRIVATE COLIN FENTON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS ± 1 ' ' W.OU'XDED iL\" ACTION'. PRIVATE COLIN1 FE.XTOX. ! Mr 'C. Femon, of Campbell's Crook. Vas officially notified yesterday that his son, Private Colin Feiuon, hat! been wounded in action in Flanders, but. the nature of the wound was no" stated, but everyone will 'hope that it is not serious. Another 'brother. 'Pri-, vate Alan Fen-ton, is also on service in; Flanders. iSueh of the cable news on this .page. so headed has appeared in "The j Times," and is cabled tcv Australia byi special -permission. dt should bs understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times'1 unless expressly stated to be so.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS THE PLAYGROUND. PUBLIC APPEALED TO. ADDITIONAL DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS j 4- I THE PLAYGROUND-: 'PUBLIC APPEALED TO. ADD rriOKA'L D0XATIOXS. Amount prev. ack.sd. COGS 17 0 Messrs. G. Beckingsale & Son 10 10 Mr E. ilattam 1 1 : Mr J. A. Pensoni .. 1 I 0; Mr J. R. ©arker '('Barker's Creek) 1 1 0; Total £tiS3 1 0 'Subscriptions .may bo left wuh » ho' Mayor, .Dr. .Hill, .Mr H. AW Pedler, or at! this ofli'ce.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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HARCOURT TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

HASCOUBT TELEPHONE EX. CHANGE. I —*— Bastcv, H. R. and Sone, c~> — 28 Clierry and Son?, Pty„ Ltd. — 24 Eagle, A. E. M « «: 8 Eagle, Ebenezer — -» 15 Eagle, E. ~ ~ ~ 9 • Eagle, William — — Xi Ely, John M. ~ 10 Ely. Walter P. - 29 Ely, W. H. M M M 19 Ely, J. H 32 Gaasch, J. A, and F. 4 Gartside Bros. _• 1 Gartside, A. E. .. ' -33 Guthrie, Mrs J. — —. 30 Lang, J. H. - - ~ „ 12 McDougall, H. 8 .VoLean, Donald 20 McLean, Hugh — — — — 26 Pellaa, 3. ~ « 1C Fritchard, Ed. ~ ~ 13 Railway Statioa «. _. M « 2I> Rash, L. H. ~ ~ 18 Seelenmeyer, C. H _ € Smith, J 31 Smith, W ~ 27 State Rivers aud Water Sup. Com. 21 Symes, H. ^ _ 23 Torrena, Thomas — _ — 7 Williama, W. ind B. — 11 Williams, W 17 Wilson C. and Co. _< _ 2 Warren, J, B. 6 > Warren, G. A. — v — 22 '

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ANGLICAN V. MALDON ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

AXGDICAX .V. '.M ADD O X AXSLICAX. A match will be played 'at .Maldon to-day between reams representing the above dribs. iCab leaves post of fice at il.'30 sharp. The following -will represent Uie local clrib:—Airs D.ann, blisses Gecrge, Pensom, and Verey; ..Messrs. John, ;Da vies, and 'Verey. Any of the above unable to play kindly notify the secre tary at once.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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FOYLE'S PARAMOUNT PICTURES. THREE BIG FEATURES TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

! FOYLE'S PARAMOUNT PICTURES, i ! THREE DIG PK A TURKS TO-XIGHT. i Those people who are fon.i or! pic tures uiken in the urea" out-doors, with the actor? strong. virile charac ters, and the mountain.-, prairies, and forests for a background, should at tend Foyle's Paramount Pic:tires a: the Town ilall to-night. Xo less thai: three big feature pictures will he shown to-night, with the usual scenic and topical subjects added. Those well and favorably remembered art ists. Frank T5orz:vge and Anna Little, •who have already appeared her-.' in The Land of Lizards, The Forgotten Prayer, Xeil Pale's Men Folk, ifd other never to be forgotten dramatic gems, uvill appear to-night in a stirring drama of the Arizona wilds, entitled Immediate Lee. Frank -Dorzag? takes the part of Immediate Lee, a ranch em ploye, who is discharged by the mana ger through the influence of one of his men. who is in the brand-blot ring game with the ranch owner. Ileulah (Anna Little), a dance hall girl, has attracted...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

NIEBUHR & SON U X I) E KT AK E Its. ESTABLISHED 1S59. Oakland Kauri Polished Caskets sup plied in e.p. silver, solid brass., and nickel silver, at lowest rates, likewise inexpensive funerals Phone 7. Office and Residence, Castle maine. UNDERTAKERS. T. O DGERS & CO. OLD ESTABLISHMENT, 'BARKER STREET. Respectable Funerals conducted for lowest rates. Prices and terms ■for better class of Funerals as per arrangement at lowest rates. Every care and attention given to all the requirements of the trade. Telephone (shop and residence) Xo. 43. FLUE WOOD. FIREWOOD. Bassett Bros. Phone 97. \¥E DESIRE to thank the public of Castlemaine and District for ;lieir past patronage, a'nd hope for a jontinuance of their support. .Best Box Blocks always on hand, and sup plied in any quantities. Prime Chaff ilways on hand. 3oal, Coke, and Produce of all kinds kept in stock. 3ood stock of Mount Lyall Manures on hand. BTXDER TWIXE, special lines of Bulldog and 'Imperial brands, just apened u...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLEMAINE V. CHEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

RIFLE SHOOTING. CAiSTLEM.AKvE V. 'OHEWTOX. TM-s afternoon 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. iBettany, W. Clark, J. 'Sands, R. Stinton, IB. !Ha'll, S. Leech, T. Arthur, J. Colbert, I. 'Gibson. W. iSincock, J. 'Wells, J. 'Harris, J. SPaull, •S. >Calder, T. Allan, senr., C. Shaw, R. 'Dann, and J. -Marriott.

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ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL. LITTLE MISS FORTUNE.—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

I ENTERTAINMENTS I * r ' ROYAL HALL. .LITTLE MISS FORTUNE.—TO X'FG'HT. I A special attraction in .Marian j Swayne as Little .Miss Fortune, will i be screened at the 'Royal iHall to-nigh;. ;'Miss Swayne is in a class by ••icrsci:' j as a comedy actress, and is one o:' the • most popular figures in the picture j world. Many will no doubt attend the i Royal 'Hall to-night for the sole pur | pose of seeing her, and she wil! ma:;.' i them welcome, as she is a; her very | best as Little 'Miss Fortune. The part ! was made for her. and she makes ;h-> i very most of it. Little Miss For;une ; is a poor country girl of unknot n !parentage, and is snubbed by the other ; girls of the town, and her life i.-: m.uio (miserable. Her ambition is to hccomo Ian actress. She makes her wav to thp city, and secures a position in a j theatrical boarding house. Actors , and actresses board there, ami -he 1 watches them at rehearsals, and iirally j at the request of Jim. a le:u!ir::r man. | she helps at a...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORE THAN ENOUGH IS TOO MUCH [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

.MORE TH'A'X EXOUC'H IS TOO ML'GH To maintain health, a 'mature man or woman needs just enough <l'ood to repair the waste and supply energy and body heat. The habitual con sumption of more food than is neces sary .for those purposes is the prime cause of stomach troubles, rheumat ism, and disorders of the kidneys. If troubled with indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and not appetite con trol, and .talce a few doses of Cham berlain's Tablets and you will soon be all right again. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

Nujol TR(\OE^%^MAtlK Headaches, biliousness and" nerves "all come from conitipation. Take Nujol, the internal lubricant, for constipation. A STANDARD OIL CO.' (New Jersey) For sale by Philpots and 'Coakley, Castlemaine. Government certificate for soundness. THE OHA.MiPIOX POXY OF THE iCO.M'M OMWiEALTI-I. To stand this season at Owner's Resi dence, GUILDFORD. Tyrone stands 13.1 .hands, and is .'beautiful grey pony, -with plenty of .bene aud good action, and at the differ ent shows has gained iprizes which lit erally envelop .linn. !His successes in clude Is:, and blue r.ibb(j?i ftf National Show, Bendigo, 'and also in tlio fol lowing year at Bendigo, two Ists 'at .Maryboroui n, two 1st prizes and blue ribbon at -Maldon, two 1st prizes at Davlesfoi d, and also 1st prizes at West Bourke, Elmore, 1-ieathcote, and Sraea Judging' him by ihis progeny, ■fev Jiprses have more to be proud of than Tyrone, and few owners had more to be proud of 'fJj9xi -Mr P. 'Heagney, who 'with his line pair o...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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THE LATEST. SITUATION OBSCURE. DELEGATES TO CONFERENCE ARRIVE. MAJORITY MAXIMALISTS. COSSACK REGIMENTS SUPPORT GOVERNMENT. WOMEN'S BATTALION DEFEND WINTER PALACE. (Reuter.) Reuter's correspondent at Petrograd, telegraphing on the 7th November, says: — [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

THE LATEST. SITU ATI OX OBSCURE. DELEGATES Tl) CONFERENCE ARRIVE. 5IAJ0MTY MAXIMALISTS. COSSACK KEGniEXTS SUIT GET GOYEllXMEXT. WOMEN'S BATTALION DEFEND WINTER PALACE. (Router.) ■'Reutcr's correspondent at Petrograd, telegraphing on the 7th November, says : — Up to the present there has been no bloodshed. There has only bi-on a fenv minor street collisions. The sit uation 'is obscure. 'Four hundred and eighty-live delegates have arrived for a conference of'Workmen and Soldiers' delegates, and of that number ooo are ^Maximalists. The Baltic and Black Sea delegates declare in favor of all power being given to the workmen and soldiers' delegates. Three Cossack regiments .in Petrograd informed M. j Kerensky that they were prepared to J support the Government, providing! n-uun; u as no compromise. j j <A further message states :— The .Maximalists occupy the Winter j Palace, also premises of the general j stall. The former was defended by a l women's battalion of cadets, who su...

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The British Front ENEMY ATTEMPTS TO ESCAPE ARTILLERY BARRAGE. MACHINE GUNS INFLICT CASUALTIES. SUPPORTS ALSO SUFFER HEAVILY. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

The British Went ENE.1IY ATTEMPTS TO ESCAPE AllTILLERY BAIUIAGE. MACHINE GUNS JNiPLICT CASUAL TIES. SUtfPOIlTS ALSO SUFFER HE AYILY. OReuter.) 'Field Marshal iSir Douglas H&ig re sports :—The Bast Yorkshires 'took pri jsoners, and iniflicte'd many casualties with machine ;gun fire at Fresnoy, on the garrison attempting to escape ar tillery barrage. The enemy supports, attempting to advance, suffered heav ily through machine gun fire. The enemy's artillery is active in "the neighbor,hoo'd of 'Passchendaele.

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Russia MAXIMALISTS SEIZE PETROGRAD. SOLDIERS COMMIT EXCESSES. MARTIAL LAW IN THE SOUTH. CIVIL WAR IS INEVITABLE THINKS RUSSIANS IN LONDON. SOLDIERS DESIRE PEACE. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

Russia 1 MAXIMALISTS SEIZE l'ETKOGKAD. SOLDIEKS COMMIT EXCESSES. jlvjutal law the south. CIVIL wak is inkvitable thinks hussiajviS ix l()m)(». SOLDIERS DESIRE PEACE. (United iService Special Cable.) 'Recent private information from Petrograd, received in London, says that M. 'Keren-sky, anticipating M. Lenin's success, had arranged for the transference of the Government to ■.Moscow, where an attem.pt was to be made to rally the moderates against the anarchists. 'M. Kcrensky's main difiiculty is the stubborn desire at' the Russian soldiers for peace. 'Russians in London believe that civil war cannot be avoided. The latest message from tile Petro grad Telegraph Agency states that the coup d'etat was accomplished at o o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. The delegates of three Cossack regiments quartered in Petrograd. refused to •march against the Maximalists, bur de clared that they intended to maintain order. ..VI. Lenin's proclamation states that the Kerensky Government w-~ deposed becau...

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French Front LIVELY ARTILLERY DUEL. ALONG WHOLE FRONT. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

French Front * LIVELY ARTILLERY DUEL. ALOXG WHOLE FRONT. (Reuter.) A French communique reports a lively artillery action on the whole front north ol the Aisne, in the sector south of Corbeny, and in Upper Als ace.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

OHUiROH iSERJVrCES. TempeYance Sun day will ba abservr ed in mauy churches throughout the Commonwealth to-morrow, and serm ons on the drink traffic will be preach ed. The subjects in the ■Castlomaino churc'hes are advertised. The anniversary of the Wesley >Hill Methodist Sunday School will 'be cele brated to-morrow, when the preachers will be the Rev. R. ;Dittericlv in the; afternoon, and Mr A. ©. Freeman in 1 the evening. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

"r£\HE C A'STLEM M NB MAIL," the best advertising medium in the district. 'Posted or delivered, G/G per quarter.

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SPORTING NEWS BOWLING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

SPORTING NEWS $ B01VLISG. CASTLEMAIXE iCLU'B. A Tiinlc tourney will take place on the local green this afternoon, pkiy starting at 2.30 sharp. 'The following are the teams acid draw :— ■Launin, Elphick, 'Hutson, 'Xewham, v. 'Cumming, (Lewi's, iPenney, Rasmubsen. Tonkin, iS'pence, Corlett, Baker, v. Gill, Yandell, 'Catron, fWallish. 'Steiner, Bart old, Jane, ArehdaU v. JBeckin-gsale, Cameron, iBllis, Xeep. Any of the above -players unable to play are requested 'to notify the secre tary at once, iPlayers are requested to be punctual.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

I:f 2.30. When Selecting a Gift <Gro -fco ,W. P. Newham's .A. E&IOlCI. "^r^2?2.0C3, ASSQ2?t.TO„©IB.t OF HMO-DATE GOODS. g£T TOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS AT THE FRONT AT OXCE. THK LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO T-HE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS. ,. 8 m Newham BARKER SIBBET. ANZAC HILL CLIMB 'The Harley=Davidson Over the Top" H. PARSONS' prELBOUIttE). REGISTERED FASTEST TIME FOR Till: ASCOT—IS Seconds. WILSOX (AMATEUR, CASTLEMAIXE), OX A STANDARD HARLEY, <■ AI\i;If SECOND PLACE—32 Seconds. . . TiLMES L\ Til].; SECOND ROUND : — •-PARSOXS (.Harley), 2Ssec. \ViI u'SOX OHarley), 32sec. BOO'DH (Indian), 'JGsec. •BAYil.'E'Y ( Indian), 37 2-5sec. BLAKE ('Indian,), -17 3-5scc. HUNT (single cylinder B.S.A.), .. -ISscc. PimvE ":nV0 jPEWOJiMAXCi-.S. AGAIXST ALL COMERS, AGAIN ntUMiS THE SUPERIORITY OF THE HARLEY-DAYIDSOX OYER THE ORDIXAKY ROAD MACHINES. There's no funking where Harleys are. A11 Hills and Roads are alike to the Harley ' J. R. PUGGAN "le%u&a...

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