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HOW TO PREVENT BILIOUS ATTACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 November 1917

HOW TO PR-EVENT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "Coming events cast their shadows lie'fore." This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite v.-ill fail, you will feel dull and languid. If you are subject (o bilious attacks take three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear, and the at tack may be warded off. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors.

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

N o vember Sale To-day AT Hayes and Harris' SPECIAL UAIi'JAIXS IN ALL BEPAIIT3IENTS. c^:eels3L THE liOUSE l'OH QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE, i'lioiie ICG, ar Savings Certificates Obtainable at all Banks, Savings Banks, or Phoney Order Post Offices 17 6 wi!l purchase a Certificate for £1 £4 7 6 £0 15 O ££3 15 O £S7 10 0 £875 0 O £10 £50 £100 £1000 Payable 3 years from date of purchase* GertrA'Oa.i'C3 are payable to bearer, are exempt from Wealth Levy, Commonwealth and State Stamp Duty, and Interest is free of Income Tax. V ,-r\ >•/ hii iviS Savings Stamps §j Obtainable at all Brandies of Commonwealth Bank of Australia and all Post Offices. Booklets supplied Tree in which to affix stamps. When value reaches 17/6 they can be exchanged for £I certificate. Jj Save and bcncvii yourself. Buy Certificates and benefit your country. Cor.iMQX-.VKAi.rii Mask of Ai'straua. ^ ^ ^ October, 1V17 ^Jjjj CMEiHonwcaltfcli-lslSaiifeof BiMilift h;:ad ofl-jci: SYDNEY. Qsreerali Bars king Business principal ...

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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

■MAL-DOX. For the past fortnight. Oswald's Geld 3i.hie crushed 361 tons for a yield of lOTozs. 12r.'\vrs., and 14 tons treated at ■riie clilor.iiialion plant returned IISdzs. Tchvis. There is not any material change in prospects at the various lev els, and at 1450ft. the diamond drill has ■bored -west 220ft in hard blue, while in ■the .South British mine at SOft. level, a' few more 'leaders , are showing-, but no goM. In tiie north fuanel the drive south shows 2ft of -stone. • carrying traces of gold. The gold returns for the sMaidon, division for the past quarter ratal 133202s 12dw-:s, or a de crease of 00O02.S on that. of, the previ ous Quarter, owing to lesser returns .from Oswald's sua -South German mines. Ac the Government 'battery, A. Toliiu and A. Eudey crushed 2.2 ■tons from Lady's reef for a yield of •aczs, while 60 tons treated by-Gordon, -'Puree!! and Jeakin, from their claim a: Sandy Creek showed the satisfactory return of -LZcz lOdwts. At the 175 Oft main level north in...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MINING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

MINING SHTELU8EN0E ^ •^Messrs. alilier mul Endall hare ap plied lor a lease a: Chew toil embracing portions of '-lie old •Francis Onnond and "Dyasoivs leases. Their sluicing * plant, operating i:i Forest Creek, nr. the ;rear of tlie Cnv.ond main shaft, lias uncovered a number 0.:" reef outcrops, one in particular, about 4ft., carrying nice gold, and some very good speci mens have boon broken from it. Steps arc being taken to prefect the stone, and it it proves up to expectations, it will -can-to a revival in quartz mining at Chewten. A crushing ni about ik' tons will he brc 1::?u out without delay. •Development work is still proceeding in the Li::ie Xuygotty. The two bucko: dredges a: Camp bell's Creek a-re working in oij slum ground, which was padaocked in ;he early day?. A in 11 run a; each plant a or the week re? v. "nod in a torn! yield c'f 37.1oz., as compared with -M.'oz. the previous week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

3. TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. £EBt—Two shearers, to shear siieep. rullnir rate. Apply. ■i Harcoan. or Cami/oeil's -Ka^prooi' overcoat, between; !os;y:i street, the Camp, and Flat. 'Re'.vard. .Mail Ofiice. :iLE—McCorr.ucK reaper and trier. Apply, A. Faull, Yapeen. £6 iVAXTED.—Wanted to buy serai second-hand pianos, for college or kindergarten or Iron frames. State r::i price. Apply Box 430, G.P.O., —L_ — Bl'SIXBSS -VOTiCES. HALL-WEDXESDAV. Ik iced gullet x\ RE j?[• iijj gri-ED. £-1C0P- "~:iys ilic ciiickeii, c.:f ae t-oae of Butler's Chick Cluck!" says tlie lieu, Food is the cheapest Any quantity. iy. yi -•^.-rer street '-'or. a s -records, :nu=; severe relia .••iai-rison's -window '-iOTographs. ^Ci>* special lines, in a.: 1 each. Very :;u' -iew capaline ■^.lu all the newest 3D^/.?r^r variotJ' of -the -.'^fear, ninon veils, ^ .ixirkar street.. i„0 ^bine-sliced bacon, ; ;C ,Va:icr aiic* matured V-nn':.wfiU0n potatoes, AV- M. Butler, L-;li and see us. We'll c-eiipses ev experts extol 1 ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The British Front FURTHER PROGRESS MADF. DESPITE UNFAVOURABLE WEATHER. [?]PLANES BOMB VILLAGES AND AERODROMES. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

\p gj-jtish I" ,„lTKnFAVOllAliM-: If'uiiiini:!'-'": (Renter.) . s;r pauglas I-Iaig re , on Saturday morning -1 o-t'nv.-ard and north , ,-,'liendaeie, making , jtares The Can si! delivered a morn J He front. 011 the Pass. ^^t Rooseoeke 'Road. Hea ^menced before the attack, u!Uji the end. We ;fur north along the main ■;:;CincQ further objectives. aeroplanes attacked. Wj troops. Three tons Eomus "t^ed on villages and aere ^ stood results. "We brought and drove down five enemy Two of ours are .missing-. German official message \ stroiiar English sitaelc a: 3nd -f'assche.'idaele -broke riole": artillery fighting 1%. M the Ysc-r and in the rc : iJo:::in:!st ■wood. f:;? jjrs George -Blake. ot' IBen- ! . jiturday celebrated their dia j'ni£nr. They were married : i-f;? 03 -Xovoa-ber 10, 1S57. iMr . ei i;'. Victoria in 1S49, and r£h 1S5S. All their married spear in Cenaigo. cable news on this .page ;pj Ms appeared in "The id is cabled to Australia "by v permission. .It should be $::: tha: the...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MILITARY MEDAL WON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

>r.\ o:' Xor.-'i 'Jiali her sor., \ o: :be 10:h F:--: Ciar:io: Inackrr h.:s vjrd&d :Se x:» L-yy :"o;- .^aihmrry displace*5; ^oss-nos on rS:;-i July fast. He f* G;;:i;ier -Glaishcr wore bo.rh [\v a she!! b;:and aithoagli severe!*. n taeknuvecarried -; coniracin r>o yard? ;o cover, and ■von! for assurance, but his pn>EF t!:isp>si$]j action was 0; no Gbishor died bslore help eouM.'^ obrainod. Th:* j? :he rbird s"Ic;e; 1 ro<» ."Ua!i?on who ha? been ;-iis lienor, the two previous recip^'* being $$:. c. R.iy and iPte. M. Pa™ I>Ur;;tsv ;1 reeen; voyage o35 01 , ■Vcu- Sou;;, Wales trawlers**^ *2.000Jb. of fish, valued at aba* Wr 'G. Fuile". Clue? Secretary, :bat tho record 0;' rho great *orf,v^ ishinsr industry conuiin iu individual catch equal to tii» ^ " 'Vhicii was ruadc oft Botany.

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CHAPTER XXXI Catching the Tront. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

CHAPTER ;:-:v7 I Catching ■•ne Tror;t i ne recital came to aa e«7-. •. <■■:::! ..a. re was no ;ro"-. u 'i1''0-'1' look on his face n;'•' ■ o:: •-> tae l:o::so. Tiiey' :,*:■• 5' atmu^-room undiscove^d - ■ ■ '• !''S '<-00!: his h" again. * ^•'Pcsitirel:,* 2re jnst ?.'!"• ilV "U.3 L:.' i.o.C:i thcic caoice rssc?' - bun that you found • you came in, and don'tV I am to be aroused or ne:. t'C~ will have to come down a- ' " °fon~°" °a my iaterestiEs"c2s:.': A moment later a*^ p^-.-, knocking at Barca's something like the sou^V'.' within, then the door WrV and Barca looked out. He ; irritated, for his raanu-1- t- - ... forbidding. Ralnh co'iV^V."'.' had not yet removed a; v clothing.. "• " 1 m sorry to trouble to:i " - "but when I g0-L back {-"■■■'■ * asleep in the dbinc-rocr - wake him and put bin: to ■ '. •,'d him where he is? I - -1' come dowa and look a- hir' ' ' Barca muttered something' ing continually disturbed"'!-"'^"' . periments, but he iollo-e; py'd"-' th...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MOTOR CYCLING. INDIAN RALLY. A DAY OUT AT MACEDON. (By one who was there.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

310 TOR CYCLING. :IXDiA.\ RALLY. A DAY OUT AT MACEDO.V CBy one who was there.) The Indian motor cycle rally held at 'Macedon was an even greater suc cess than anticipated, over MOO riders 'from all parts o.f the State being: pre sent. The Castlemaine India as turn ed out in great force, and under the captaincy of Secretary IBayley, of the local c'ltfb, left, here with the Bendisp contingent, at 10,-i5 a.m.. arriving ar Macedon after a non-stop run, a'hout 1 p.m. The weather was perfect., just, warm enough for one to appreciate the breeze caused by the momentum of ilm machine. -The run down was enjoyed by all present, and .was made wirh.Ta: incident, except that the speedo drop ped off the machine of one of our :-rce:> •king's machine, proba'blv as a pro!c?: against, the ofli-cial time of 20 ivl'.c = per hour. On arrival at our destination. : we expected to see a big muster e.r dians and their riders, we .were hardly prepared for the sight that met or.r "eyes as we came do-wn the ...

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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS DIED OF WOUNDS. PRIVATE ARNOLD RALPH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

CASTLEMAINE OiSTRiCT SOLDIERS PR IV AT 0:: ;y. :;=;. R Y\\ v.. iV-'o:::c ;-ur R:c. A:*"-"1:.; R.R;\:. M;•< R. R.up:-. >; itre-.?:. 31:::^ a.ui aioa e:: ;V;.v, :■ JT:'.:. -:v"i 'o ;jo viveAC'.: ::: ^ Vo.'..: '.v.^ . ' ; ....•> auo, i^ed .ib,);:; 1. a^o. Fo:^~ .'a> season? ::e v.-? k::o'»:: :is Mi-;"'-; eadi::- "r^k" nun on ';'>e foc;^ ield. and was a member o: the ire bru.:.:- ^ ; -de .v.:'.. and . . ... ?ateemed by '-viae eirc^ >• - —s"*

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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXV—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

The Law of the Land By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement wltn Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. lita. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXV — Continued. "I must trust him," lie told himseii. "And yet in some matters Dick is aa icolish as myself. It seems almost in credible that he can get me out of a mess like this. Why, I could not in Tout a solution of this mystery in a ( work of fiction, even though I should . h«ve the advantage of being able to 1 -Adapt my characters to suit the situa tion." Ralph was quite correct there. For mere than once lately he had con ceived the wild idea of working the v/iioic thing out in the shape of a novel, with himself for hero of the story. And yet, try as lie would, he ccnld not hit upon a satisfactory way of bringing the dead man back to life and therefore he had been forced to abandon the idea. He won dered now what Enid would say if she could see him, or if she knew any Ihing of his errand. He put all these visionary ideas out of his head, h...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORTUNATE AUSTRALIA THE COST OF LIVING. EFFECT'S OF THE WORLD WAR. 'POSITION IN DENMARK, ETC. AUSTRALIA HAPPIER THAN ANY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

FORTUNATE AUSTRALIA THE COST OF LIVING. EFFECT'S OF THE WORLD WAR. 'POSITION IX iDE.XWIAlRiK, ETC. AUSTRALIA -BA'Pi BIER T![-TAiX .ANY. During the next 'few weeks some 'whirling assertions .will be made from public platforms regarding profiteer ing, and the excessive .price of goods in Australia. 'Such speakers, and those who give ear to -their statements, apparently consider that a /world war should not have the effect of increas ing prices of commodities, etc. A ■little consideration 'will 'bring the con clusion that Australia is exceptionally fortunate in having 'full and plenty at a moderate price, as compared wit)h other countries. Isolated cases of profiteering 110 doubt exist, ;but such cases have little or no effect 011 the general standard of prices. iTt is 'with in the mark to say -that no country 'has escaped the effects of the war so well as Australia. Wild, ill-considered, ill grounded, and extravagant statements will tie made 011 the su'bject during the next -month or ...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' CON[?]. TOWN HALL—THURSDAY [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

RETt'-RXED SOLDIERS' cox;:r TOW'X « A!,:.—THURSDAY M The A?p<?.r:ar.cc -a Thar;d;;: ; ::: Castlovnain- o:' the r.i: i party o? remrno;; scullers ~V:Si is hoen organised ay the Y...M.C.A. v. iieally ;o help :lie service o:~ deviation t'er reamed men o: A:n> --a'.s forces, is a::rac:::ic:> stderabie local interest. The combination lias civet! e-et v en;on.iia:no:us i:i iliuerer.t V:::-r.r. since i;s formiion early ntatith. and has me: -.vitli hi;>. - "ie press a; :ho various cerres tnta siivVA. Kvcry man lias bee:: in a:::-::. atui has been returned untit tor servioo. and a brizht. atnusir: generai'y enjoyable -■venir.c is pr:r. ed those '.vho -vill v.- :heir snppor: the undeitb'edly oxcehs •vovk th.o Y.M.'d.A. "br

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

fi 5 Ij h^Srt a' AKROW H ; ' ! Gc:rvv:ML- ^ ;| ¥mm€ | ; I SCMiP I |3 RCQUirjES ft y M KO RUBBING « %f\ (NO STEEPING f i r $ f-utes V/ssh I'cy Surprisingly iiasy f^\ j "■<W33SMSMMMA ' Y1J2ANDAH BLINDS In unite or stripe d(i;k, complete with poles, cords, pulleys, straps, etc., ready to. hang— G x.S. 9 x S. 10 x 8. 12 x S. Xo. 1. quality . .. 22/6 32/6 35/ 37/6 No. ■2 quality . .. 25/ 37/6 40/ 42/6 Xo. 3 quality , . . .. 27/G 40/ 46/6 50/ Quotations for special sizes on application. KASG1SG MEAT SAFES ia all sizes from 7/6 each. DECK CHAIRS, 4/6, 5/6, 5/11, in various colors of striped canvas. DL'CZv CILIIIL CARTAS, in red, blue, green stripes, good quality, 1/6 to 2/3 yard. EX 01*ASS CHAIRS AS!) LOUNGES, IN GREAT VARIETY. L'OniLE BED SIZE WIRE MATTRESSES, ER03I 25/. CHINA curs AND SAUCERS, White and gold. 2/75 lialf-doz. LINOLEU.irS AND CARPETS in all widths and qualities, a large range of patterns at lowest ruling prices. SUIT CASES, ail sizes ami qualities, A good line o...

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FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

FREE. Every woman whose health is caus ing her anxiety is invited to write for a copy of our new booklet of valuable information, which should bs in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. r:, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, Melbourno. As the result of a conference held on Friday between representatives of the .Mei'bourne AVharif Laborers' Union and the Port Phillip Stevedores' Asso ciation, ix is understood that the steve dores agreed to waive their decision i.o do all the 'work in connection 'With oversea vessels pending the court pro ceedings between the -wharf la-borers and the shipowners. If this agree ment 'be given effect to, it will mean thai stevedores who have been doing wharf work previously performed by] wharf laborers will cease to do this work pending the court proceedings.

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ENTERTAINMENTS THE ICED BULLET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

entertainments V the iced bullet. ; A millionaire is shot. r:;h: :: a i own bed. in hi? own country ! miles away from civilization. \ tective on the job can Sad r.o t:::e-;.; j the murderer, nor get an in&issoit';: ; motive that actuated the :r::r.i:.;'.. a; • i raves tTgat ion points to a certa;-. rn 1 : because of his suspicions aeticcs. | , while he is regarded as the antri::;:. • through circumstantial evidence, in;: 1 events prove, after a series o, s-tienn i tie experiments. the cra:iy ntanner:: '•which the millionaire was shot. ' motive for iho crime. The trn story is worked out with exception:: : good dramatic technique. andt;t;> : pense is genuine to the very e-.i. ' le's 'Paramount 'Picture; will 7;; Iced Cullet at the Town Hall ott~r> tiesday night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

Government 'certificate for soundness. TH10 OHAMiPIOX POXY OF THE iC 0 .A I'M OXiW'E ALTH. To stand this season at Owner's Resi dence, GUILDFORD. Tgrapoaie j Tyrone stands 13.'1 hands, -and is a! l.-ouHth'nl grey. ponv, with plenty oi'i bone and good action, and at the differ ent shows lias gained prizes which lit erally envelop liim. Ulis successes in clude 1st. and blue ribbon at National; ■Show, 'Bendigo, tvnd also in the fol lowing year at Bendigo, 'bwo Ists at .Mary ho roup li, two 1st prizes and blue ribbon at Maldon, two 1st. prizes at iDaylesl'onl, and also 1st prizes at West' •Baurkcf, Elmore, .Heathcote, and Smen ton. Judging him i\y 'his progeny, few horses have more to be proud of than Tyrone, and few owners had more to be proud of than Mr P. 'Heagney, who 'Witih his line pair of bays literally swept the iboard .in Victoria, lie secur ing- 24 first 'prizes at the various shows, and was only beaten on one occasion, li'is successes including first Melbourne 19.10, and 'Ben...

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CASTLEMAINE AND ITS MEMBERS PARLIAMENTARY MEMORIES. SIR JAMES PATTERSON AND OTHERS. RECOLLECTIONS OF MR JOHN LENNOX. AN INTERESTING CHAT. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

castlemaine and its members 1 •PARLIAMENTARY ..ME.YIORIES. SIR JAMES PATTERSON AND ' OTHERS. RECOLLECTIONS OP '.MIR JOIIX LEXXOX. A.N INTERESTING CHAT. MELBOURNE, iFriday. ■Short and somewhat bowed with age, Mr James Lennox is 'well passed the allotted span, yet lie is vigorous in mind and body. After many busy years he has settled down in Caulfield, where he 'is living a life of well-earned rest. Fow men can look Iback to more stir ring memories, for during the greater portion of his wording time he was in the centre of Victorian and Federal] political affairs. iBorn in Dublin he, like so many of ,the vigorous young men of the gold era, cast longing eyes towards the land of the Golden Fleece, the riches e.f which were being -well advertised in the United Kingdom. He had barely reached his legal majority when he set out for •.Melbourne in the sailing vessel, Naval Reserve, one of the clippers then trading .to Port (Phil lip, under the command of Captain -El ; tils. ■It was in i'SG4....

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THE BALKANS. BULGAR SUCCESS CLAIMED. (Admiralty: By Wireless Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

/ THE IULKAXSL * |RU:LG,YR SUCCESS OLtAlIMED. " (Admiralty : iBy "Wirelesis Press.) A-German, communique says that the i British advanced 011 the Struma plain, 1 an the ■Macedonian ifront, :.but that a I powerful 'Bulgar couuter-attiaclc threw 1 -hem back. ^ k 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

The Castlemaine Mail Subscribe <0",r 6 8 ,,c" "",irtcr) - Advertise PARTICULARS AT THIS OFFICE, OR AGEXTS THEOUGHOUT TllE 1>I STRICT

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