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YAPEEN V. HOPETOUN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
YAPEEX V. iHOPETOUX. | I A. match between the above clubs .will be played at Yapeen to-day. A calb will leave from the ^Methodist Church corner at 1.45 p.m. T'ho I-Iope toun team will be :—Misses Collens, Kean, ;M. Carter and Roberts; Messrs. Baker, 'Stewart, ^Ditteric-h, and E. Rob erts. Any of it-he above unable to >play j please advi?e the secretary by .Satur day 'morning.
EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS CASTLEMAINE SINGLE TEST. LATEST RETURNS. For the week ending November 8th: LIGHT BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS I CA'STLEMAIlX'B iSINIGLE test. iliatiest returns. ■For tlie week ending 'November Sth: 'LIGHT BREEDS. Week. Til. W.L.—W. Evans .. ..-1 120 W.L-.—D. Manifold .. 5 IIS W.L.—J. Evans . . 6 •112 i W. L.—IC. ,h. Carter ■ .. a .100 W.,L.—A. Methemll .. 5 aoti W.L.—A. E. Robinson .. .. 6 100 •W.L.—iR. Mitchell .. 5 06 W.iL.—iR. Berrv .. .. .. 5 91 'W.L.—A. Heider . . 5 •S7 W.L.—R. -Williams . . 5 57 W.L.—Marvillc IP.'F. . . 5 So iW.L.—,T. Gellard .. .. . . 3 S2 W.L.—w. C. Newton . . 0 77 !!\V.L.—E. W. Hi.ppe .. 4 76 iW.L.—H. Leverslia .. .. 5 74 'W.L.—C. Goddine; .. 0 67 W. 1 j.—C. E. 'Gough .. 5 '64 W.\L.—Miss Kidd . . 4 63 'W.L,—C. '0. Ely .. 4 :02 W.L.—A. L. Anderson .. 1 42
The Castlemaine Mail. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
®lj£ (Easikimtte JitatL ISATUR-DAY. XO'Y'E.M'BFJR 10, 1017. . i 1TEIVSS OF NEWS -+ The Eastern Rescreve is one of the most. attractive "lungs" of the town, and in the summer months families in the neighborhood have afternoon tea parties there, and the children have a fine field .for play. 'It is a n;ce spot for family outings, but no effort is made 'by the authorities to popularise it. There is not a seat in this reserve, and picnic parties, and those who go there to read under the shade of the trees, must sit 011 the .grass. Then, again, it is impossible to get a peram bulator or bicycle into the reserve, as the gate is constructed to keep out cattle, and incidentally perambulators and bicycles. MoMiers. very naturally, do not care to leave their perambula tors 011 the footpath at the mercy of all and smvdvy. and there is no reason why they should be put. to this incon venience and risk. At. very little ex j pense, the gate could 'he altered, and j i-f so this reserve would become ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
f!?3 iiyy vhu44.i fiii m i u\ i; |iy i yoi^ iv ft '& g is I] ii* i; v ?! r; 8 I. il l'U li »i \\ lu-ii :i p'isi cr.rd will briny five samples CUTIGURA d:SD yilUHlOili v.iiicli give J quick relief ' arnl point to speedy heal ment. Then v.hynotniake these sweet, pt:re. stiper creamy em •every-dav toilet prepara ■ nrevent little skin troubles cach address post-card: , Sydney, N. S. W," Sold :rkt. XEl'!ULG5A and STARVED XEIIVES ■Neuralgia is the cry oX hungry nerv es for belter blood. Take MEAN'S TOXIC XERY.E XUTS for a while,'and .fee if you are not delighted by the freedom you enjoy from pain and worry. When your nerves get the food they warn they will do what you want. ILTE.YXVS TOXIC 'XERiVE XUTS build sound nerves. Price, 3/ per bottle, or six bottles for 17/3. If they are not yet stocked (by your chein isi or store, send direct to the Manu facturer, G. W. IIEAX, 'Chemist, 17S Castlereagli street,-Sydney. lX 1-1G "■From the military point of view, rhe news from Russia is ab...
BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
BBXDIGO. :Pens of six birds, .White Leghorns, •wet mash.—E. Meade, -32—HIS; €. L. iSiiarman, 31—>S&2;'-.\Iiss E. Cheyne, 33— S03; .Melrose P.P., 31—747; Cowan IBros., 31—73$; Ernes; 'White, 30—733. iPens of six birds, iWhite Leghorns, dry mash—A. Siede and iSons, 33—SS9; J. W. W.hanon, 34—SS6; -Mrs .T. >13. iXicoll, 33—71)1; II. J. BealL 27—773; C. iB. Bertelmeier, 32—74'.); D. J. 'Rob ertson, 30—733. : Pens of six birds, iBlack Orpingtons, drv mas'h.—Oaklands P.P., 27—Si33; Candee P.P., 2K—782; Chas. E. Gra ham, 25—77S; L. 'McLean, 27—75S; •Marvillo P.P., 33—723. Pens of six 'birds, Black Orpingions, wer. mash.—IW. A. 'Shevill, 27—1)37; ■iWarville P.P.. 30—901; Arch. L. (Dull, 3ti—SGI; J. V. Ro'berts, 3(i—791; Gedge •Bros., 33—77'2; Excelsior iP.F., 32—73G.
HEAVY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
HEAVY CB'REEDS. 13.0.—iM-awillc 'P.'P. . 6 •162 Rjl.R.—:H. MC'Xab'b . . 5 150 B.O.—Mrs Vick .. .. .. 4 13S B.,0.—Oaklands P.F. .. 3 134 •B.O.—C. Illingworlh ■B.O.—>C. Godding . . 8 ill!) . . G 117 iB.O.—1-1. S lingo . . 4 110 ,13.0.—-J. 'El v .. .. 104 B.O.—IB. .'Barker . .. . . 1) 102 B..0.—R. Williams 5 101 B.O.—J. iDann .. ».. 7 !)1 RJL.R,—E. W. Ilippe :. .. 5 77 iB.O.—iH. >M. Clipstone . . . . 4 74 B.O.—ill. McDouga'llL . . 5 G9 (B.iO.—A. E. Robinson o GS iB.O.—'A. L. Anderson 2 G6 iB.O.—A. .Metherall . ! 5 M 'B.O.—A. Welch .. 5 55
SHIRE AMALGAMATION NEWSTEAD AND MOUNT ALEXANDER. THE FINANCIAL ASPECT. COST OF ADMINISTRATION. SAVING BY AMALGAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
SHIRE AMALGAMATION * •NEW,STEAD AND MOUNT ALEX ANDER. THE 'FINANCIAL ASPECT. COST OF ADMINISTRATION. SAiVilMG BY A'M ALGAMATI0X. •Under .instructions -from the New stead and Mount Alexander Slvire Counc-il, the secretary prepared a state ment showing the annual cost of ad ministration of the two old shires, and the amalgamated one. This statement was presented at Thursday's council meeting, .and is of more than 'passing interest. 'It shows that amalgamation has effected 3. small saving as compared with the two old shires, and a greater saving if they were now separate. The .figures •submitted are :— Old Mount Alexander Shire.—Sec retary £120, inspector of nuisances £5, health officer £6, consulting engi neer £'20, printing, etc., £50. Total, £i20ll. Old Xewstead Shire.—.Secretary, etc. £182, 'health officer £10, treasurer £&lt;10, consulting engineer £40, print ing, etc., £50. Total, £'292.—'Grand total, £493. (Present cost (combined).—Secretary and treasurer ■£lll82, collec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
CHAMBER) LALXIS .COUGH REMEDY AIDS .NATURE. 'Medicines that aid Xa'ure arc always most successful. Chairberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, aids expectoration, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions thereby aiding Xature in throwing off a cold and restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, 'Wholesale distributors. When. the. Face Grows Old Here is the way to gain liair and ■skin 'beauty, and youth that will en dure :—&lt; GREY Fl.-VI'R—If your hair is grey, I it can be brought 'back to its natural youthful color in a Tew weeks just by rubbing fluid .Li'thone linto the scalp. 'Ijithone is a curious 'fluid, for it has the power to put back into grey hair the color that has been lost. Grey ■hair 'i§ just, 'hair 'wit]i the color out of it. iJithone. puts it back—puts it iback into the thousands of tiny color-cells n each hair, so that, in about three, nveeks there will not ibe a trace of greyness to be seen. It is not a ...
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ? •M'ADDON. At the month]}- meeting of the iMal don ,Shire Council on Thursday, the secretary (.Mr H. 'Dickson) announced that, he had been appointed secretary '.to t'he Shire of .Walpeu-p, 'but ;he .had not yet decided whether he 'would ac cept the appointment. The council and ratepayers generally will regret losing the services of such a -valuable and obliging officer. The Maldon Shire intends to appeal against the proportion of cost allotted to them (over £'2000) in connection with the main :Bendigo-Melbourne road, the hearing of which will take place before the Country Roads Board [towards the end of the month. They are appealing 011 the ground that 'Mal don does not 'benefit. (by the construc tion of this road. 'Crs. Bowen, Fog arty, and IBryant, and officers, were appointed to attend the hearing, and, if considered necessary, counsel nvill be retained to state the case on their behalf. The -Maldon Shire Council, whose present overdraft is over £G00, int...
Italian Retreat FOE CLAIMS SUCCESSES. 250,000 MEN AND 2300 GUNS ARE SAID TO BE NOW HELD. (Admiralty: By Wireless Press). [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
Italian Retreat ? foe claims successes. 250,000 uex axi) 2300 guns are said, to be now held. (Admiralty : iBy Wireless Press). A German 'communique says :— "Our detachments, advancing by mountain roads, broke the resistance of the Italian rearguards, and 'by an outflanking (movement, cut off the re treat of the Italians on the Middle Tagliamento, 'between Tolmezzo and Gemona, and also on the fortified iMonte San Simeon. iWe have already taken prisoner 17,000, including a gen eral, and captured SO guns. "Our total prisoners _no\v exceed &lt;250,000, and we have taken more than 2300 guns."
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
FUNERAL NOTICE. ^IIE friends of the late Miss alary ■Ann White are respectfully in viied to follow her remains to the place of imenneivi, at. the Newstead Ceme tery. The funeral will leave her residence at Sprin.- Farm, Joyce's Creek, THiIS D'AY (.Saturday}. at 2 o'clock. T. ODGER.S & CO., Undertakers.
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
BEAUTIFUL WO.MBX. It lias been observed that beautiful women always have good digestion. J'f your digestion is faulty Chamberlain's Tablets for -the stomach and liver will correct it. They are easy 10 taky and most agreea'ble in effect. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distri butors. At. the mee'tipg of the 'Melbourne Trades' IH'all Council on Thursday night the principal subject of discus sion was the ■conscription referendum, and although no official announcement has been made 011 the subject, it is understood that the council decided upon a plan of campaign in opposition to the proposals, and will invite those organisations which co-operated with the Trades .Hall during the last refer endum to send delegates again to form an anti-conscription council. iCr. Frank Stapley, the new 'Lord Mayor of 'Melbourne, stated in an in terview yesterday, that he was a con scriptionist in the full sense.
AN ORIGINAL ANZAC AN UNFINISHED STORY MESSAGE TO SHIRKERS CORPORAL STANLEY [?] WRITES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
AN ORIGINAL MS 1— AX U.YFi.VISHED JI'ESSAG E TO SSSS* •OORPOIiAi, STANLEY i>>' WRITES. Corpora: from Fhi:ii:ors. ; tlemaine. ^iws lis:hc of life a: : :i11y has a ■vara :a s.y•: tion of vvn?er::>::en. -®'" sonablo :— ... Mo>r:at.' was aa .'"a. • , > • N . .*i ' •••-• >• -;v : ships a: :Iic 0:i.• ."."V •b'ocuiy whir- o:* "Ia:i;1f"f.Js*r--i' a;I h;ui K\": :lu\r nur* ^-.hr ib'y aad a:aa:'w:se. Ho ciuos;, aaiea s', a:u: ;he ba:;a:av;: a .yj; the aeaa:ae au.:-a:i;'> '^aV.^ Saldioraaa :'::as aa r-!^;"v.-s O'." t?vaaia's ;J-•*&lt;> .•.u.'Ci: -'or::i vh-. ,,. >r ae ;> ns:tn. •=*'-"] ■:;! J fOS^I r:7rt>:i rter ■ ' £uio - Pin-pie t i1":; O.-oj (i a; ;i:jv :f:no-i fcoi frionot";-. ^uoh men as he—:ho ci-iy na;:~a-i*o::on of the - with a \v::e a:;,: .-v.'.; :i; 1 !n.« a; ov^ry k:uvk of r.'ir S^;, ' fho siac-n&lt;?r$" r"o:i:• of dfci$ !>v :':e fear of sliaiiit*. he '.vojicfor u-.'iv -wo arc fiWM and b;:'or :hln.?J The •$,?;...\i;>ior iiad a 'o...
NEWSTEAD AND ALEXANDER SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
0—■—M—MBBMCa—MB——MiiJl 3EWSTEAQ AND ALEXANDER' SHIRE COUNCIL ? ■MONTHLY MEETING. 'Present :—iCrs. iBradfield (presi dent), Ankinstall, .'Elinkhorn, Stevens, 'Cocks, .Rowe, 'Cnutis, Gibson, Ro'bert son, 'Pascoe, A. Clarke, iS. iClarke. C ORiR'ES PG'X; D 3XC E. iFrom Department of Lands and 'Sur vey, stating 'that the reservation of 10 acres 3 roods 23 perches of land at 'Guildford, 'has been gazetted as a grav el site. 'From Titles Oinee, LUelOonrne, iuti mating thai Alexander Clarke, oi iCanipbelltO'wn, has applied to bring under the Transfer of La ml Act, Crown allot. 5, Section 3. parish of Tarren gower, county of Talbot. From State .Forests Department, sta rting that the soil ol public roads is ex pressly reserved to the Crown. It. is commonly held that all standing tim ber thereon is also the property of_ the 'Crown, but at the ;:ime time municip al Councils who are charged with the duty of making and maintaining pub lic -highways properly, have and exer cise the power of cleari...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
^CTED, TO LET. FOR SALE, ETC. T->vj shearers, 10 shear1 n" v'iist sheep, ruling rate. Apply, ., por-i, ilarcotirr, or Campbell's i>vk. \ | T.A'.VT -BD.—Smart, intelligent boy M for office. Apply, promptly, -r^iapson and ^-0. 'iLtd. lr-l.YTED.—Girl, for dairy farm. " Apply, -Uiss Deegan, .Mount Con r ^pv Homo Workers 'Wanted, spare iJ lime, profitable employment: '■ostler explaining, three stamps. Tor Luce Co., '.Melbourne. r iijT.—Lady's plain gold ring •^""(iceepsake). Reward. Apply, V:.. - crii-cliloy. Council IClub .Hotel. t —Taradale district, small brief L comainiug file of papers. v:ti\i. Apply. Forests Office, tCastle t £ct.—Purse between Wesley 'Hill l> and Golden 'Point. -Reward. J. CSyne. Wesley Mill. 11,SALE.—7 roomed -w.b. house. 1 North Oastlemaine; .all convent- j l acre land, reasonable oii'er. ^!v, a.m.. Post 'Office. P SAi-E.—-Sow, with a litter of j live. -Apply, 'F. Cox. Rowe st. L-ET.—Cottage, 6 rooms; also onej ; rooms; three ■ minutes from office. Appl...
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKET. AUCTION SALES. FRIDAY, November 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917
C03UIEilCIAL. THE MARKET. ^ AUCTION SALES. FRIDAY, November 9t:h. i Messrs., Carter, Amos and Co. report having conducted tlioir weekly sate of dairy produce, fruit and poultry, there being a good attendance of buyers. ; All lots were cleared at the following satisfactory prices :— iBuner, prime, il "1 to 1 I-; medium, 1/2 to 1/21. 'Eggs, 7 id to Sd. Fruiv.—'First supplv cherries. 4d to 4" d. IPouitry.—:Hens. 2.'2 to I/O; young roosters, 5/2 to '>/: old, 4/ 10 4/ti. 'Vegetables.—iRhubarb, 2/ dozen; carrots, Sd dozen.