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THE LATEST. AUSTRALIANS RAPIDLY ADVANCING. ENEMY LOSES HEAVILY. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

Till! LATEST. ArSTIULlAXS RAPIDLY ADYA3.C ]-CQ . ENEMi LOSES HEAT1LY. (Renter.) ■A Mesopotamia!! oilicial message states :—We priscmere.1 "3iD since the 2nd Move-liber. A further message states that there .lis,.? bee;; a rapid advance in Palestine. The A u sirs Ma its arc driving the enc.my r; on'.;-v.-est-va r d, and have captured ithe railway station o'i -Unbabyhat. v.uk-;1 'booty and numbers of prisoner:; have been ctsprureil.' An j;;ti:f;i nios;^-v a i'.r : Xienera! .Sir Edmund .Vuv.by ii^i ;v: :1a: ;:':;"ny\-; ;;;;rii:alties .;. i;\ ;,:.;::is:.: .;' prisoners.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mesopotamia THE GAZA VICTORY TURKISH ARMY RETREATING. BRITISH AEROPLANES BOMBING. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

ITRKiS AJ13IY RETIIEATING. BIlITISn AEIiOPLA-XES B03IBIXG. (•Reurer.) <An official message from Egypt, •which lias just been rc-csived by the 'TV'ar Office, says :— .'"The -whole Turkish army is retreat ing northwards, and is -being bombed 'by 'British aeroplanes."

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS BURNLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

I E6G-LAYIKG COMPETITIONS I -i BUR.XLE (Single pen test, --White Leghorns.— Rosen and Andrew, 7—1-S1: R. !Berry, 7—lOO; (Brooklyn P.l'\. 7—15S; -B. A. riicInio£-li IBrowa,- 7—133; -M. •I-Innter, ii—15 S; J-I. iHanbury, 5—156. iPens c'f six birds, -White Leghorns, v.-qi; mash.—G. McDonnell -il—SS7; G. 'Poc-knall, 30—S2G; iMiss -X. B. Brnt'erd, 40—$23; .'3. Bus ciimb, -10—S.1.1; AY. Bayles, 3S—S03; C. Ii. -Busst, 32—303 '.Pens c7 six birds, White Los-horns, dry mash.— W. IJri. 'Robbins, 42—$t»2; ,T. K. D. Jackson. C-7—So2: Mrs Shep herd. 27—701: W. X. O'MuBane, 43— 77!">; John Walker. 31—77'J: A. Green halgh, 40—771. •Pens of six birds, Black Orpingtons, wet mash.—Oakland's P.P., 33—>3'.h»; A. .'v. Hail, 3 t—Sil; 'M^Kimion U.-.P.-I<\, 22 —S33; -Mrs T. W. Pearee, 33—77S; A. Greenhaigh, 2-i—723; A. D. .McLosn, 20—723. ■i'e:.s oi six birds, Bkvr-k Orpingtons, dry r.tasli.—Oak-lands P.F., 22—001; A. D. Mr Lean, 33—0i>0; Mrs T. \Y. Pearoe (3). 22—o73: J. M^APan (3), lo—...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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FOR A WEAK STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

t.;--.:ni>«ii:ui!'r Tablets 1'or X'l.b:" \ '• ••* !ivnr. Tl'.oy cnr.bie i'-: fUor-.;: ;• ' ' : ?rfor;n i\t\ functions n:;; u?-;;I!y. ■; <: ' by Geo. Clark and Son •Vwio!c.:aic Distributors.

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CONSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN CASTLEMAINE LABOR PARTY'S OPPOSITION. COMMITTEE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 November 1917

CONSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN CASTLEMAINE LABOR PARTY'S       OPPOSITION. COMMITTEE FORMED. A meeting of the anti-conscription committee was held last evening, Mr ■Warren in the chair. There was a good attendance of members and sympathis- ers. It was resolved that all present form themselves into a committee to carry on the campaign, the committee to have power to add to its numbers. Financial assistance was promised by those present.   It was resolved that attention be   drawn to motor car owners   in charge of cars, making it a practice, when bringing voters to the poll door of repeatedly walking into the booth with the elector. When ob- jection was taken to their presence on a former occasion, the objector was threatened with legal proceedings for daring to interfere with them. It was also resolved that local speakers visit the various parts of the electorate, and address meetings. (D.Roderick, secretary.) &...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELPHINSTONE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

E'LIPHIX'ST OiN'B BR'AXCH. 'Misses Owens and Hoinvilie comple ted a house-to-house canvass last week .(writes our Elp'hinstone 'correspondent soliciting cash and kind for the grand concert, sale of gifts, and dance, in aid of i!he local Red Cross and Patriotic Funds :(wliich takes place on Friday week. 23rd inst), and were very suc cessful, as apart from cash .donations, they iwere promised sheep, lam'bs, pigs, ducks, fowls, produce, fancywork, jams, jellies, etc., so the wielders of the 'hammer will have a strenuous night. Twenty-five pounds worth of tickets for the filly donated by 'Mr R. Oliver are out, and promise to 'be sold, and everything is going with a hum. The entries tor -the knitting competition •close with the -secretary on the I'Oth inst., and is open to all comers, from 'the -Murray to the sea, and keen com petition is expected. Intending com -petitors have been discovered in 'sec ret hiding places, knitting against time, with a clock or watch placed near by, so it is...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RED CROSS SOCIETY. CASTLEMAINE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

RED GROSS SGGIETY. -+ 0A1STLE.MALXB BRA'XOH. Yesterday one hamper -v.*as packed ready 'for 'despatch to 'Federal Govern ment House. It contained 25 flannel 'shirts, 25 pairs of socks, 10 pairs of mittens, 5 mufflers, 5 Balaclavas. •The following -gift is acknowledged: —.Mrs ,Dunn, 1 pair of socks. Cash donation.—Mrs A. Roberts, 7/.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

•ELPH'I XST ONE. 'A meeting of residents wag held in the 'Mechanics' Hall last 'week to ar range a send-off to (Private A. J. '.Mac 'Gillivray, who is in iBroadmeadows camp, Messrs. <\V. "Waugh and A. W. Hoinville were elected president and secretary respectively, and Mrs Hans ford, 'Messrs. J. McManus and A. W. Hoinville collectors. The meeting decided to tender a concert, supper, dance, and presentation, the same as to other local soldiers, on Friday, De cember 7th, if the young man can get here on that date, and if not on a dateI to suit him.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

FOR sals, etc i vt"D.- AYauted to buy ; "T"' "^ecoud-liand pianos, '•;f- ,Vi'0v»c or kindergarten '•1. ""J*iron frames. State " <e. Apply'Box *^9, G.P.O.. <31X3** notices. CADETS. AREA '1CA. • Vi'C.n'.CSC:;--:-', i and - ph toons, :j;n cancclied. i SOROX. Lieut.. 'Area Officer .5 <5 A. I SOW XIGHT. 5 — $ Nssisfptf i:>- — -•■•v.-. :vk stouy. socialist and Expert Have your eyes pro Max Vineus, whose "Vj skill will ensure and suit s'onabie charges, ue Market. ili\ Deserves another. .»•• ; ratio, and in -re goods, cleanli prkes. and prompt 'rie:1. Barker street. -A.u:: i;:s' E'.ec-'.rie Corn and ■ cire. removes without .. ; Sandler's Pile Cure, ■j2-1 raarai'/.ce with every for Ca.-:tlemaine, ri: sad Son, merchants. :iy.:-.:oe=. v.-e still have Keul Carniens, quality :;o -.vaste in pealing- We •_ to keep. Sold in any ■'-v. \V. M. Butler, grocer, .Bkr .Y.—Yc-ry special lines, in j" Pirji;.; :i?.is. at L 11 oa-cn. "Verj in ;lio new capaline fe'x zi tasel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

ClBAMBBRILAIiNIS COUGH REMEDY I AIDS 'NATURE. •Medicines that aid Nature are always most successful. 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on 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 toy Geo. Clark and Son, 'Wholesale 'distributors. Government certificate for soundness. THE OHAMiPION PONY OF THE COMMONWEALTH. To stand this season at Owner's Resi dence, GUILDFORD. T^2? O 3T3LO Tyrone stands 13.-1 bands, and is a ibeautifu! grey pony, with plenty bone and good action, and at the differ ent shows has gained prizes which lit erally envelop him. Ill is successes in clude Is; and blue ribbon at National Show, 'Bendigo, and also in the fol lowing year at ik-.uligo. two lsts at Maryborough, nvo 1st prizes and blue ribbon at Makion, two Is; prise;- at iDaylesford, and also 1st prizes at West •Bourke, Elmore, .lleulhcote, and -Smea ton. Judging hi...

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[?]ROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

"T^cIuuts are sl'^'Iiev V .Market Square. me 21 hour* e.icii day. " xi.v'iest Highest Lowest Shade. Shade. ~ 74 69 ^6 •^^pOMETER. . . . 2f».22 rising. ■••:-;'f,jVorV:2st ior t0_day is :~~

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Russia PETROGRAD ISOLATED. COMMUNICATIONS CUT. GENERAL KORNILOFF ESCAPES. (Published in "The Times.") In a message just received from Petrograd, "The Times" correspondent says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

Russia T PETHiOGllAI) ISOLATED. COMMUNICATIONS CUT. GENERAL KOIiX.ILOFF ESCAPES. OPulblished in "The Times.") Iii a message just received ifrom Petrograd, "The Times" correspondent says :— "Petrograd is isolated, and Mie rail ways and telegraphs liave 'been cut. The All-Russia Congress of the -Soviets has 'been disbanded. "On Friday the Moderates opened ne gotiations wit'h a view to securing a promise thai no (Government would be appointed until the democratic groups had been consulted. M. -Lenin and '.Vi. Trotsky uncompromisingly refused the request. "ilt is reported that M. Rodzianko, formerly President oL' the Duma, is forming a Government at -Moscow. •General Korniloff has escaped from Bykhoff, in the iMoglihelT Province, and •lias .arrived at .Moscow."

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TECHNICAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS THE PLAYGROUND. PUBLIC APPEALED T[?] ADDITIONAL DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

public a??ha:.kp t,. addition a:. ~ lV, ..It..* 'V-V : al-O;:; :'-•■■ r:T-::,.vi Calocio " p-;l0' ?.ielbo!:rn<> o.i I'ro* Some of them rei!.!"^'.!'.= are lough. hut tho m3.|£?4"-' troops.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

European Agency Wholesale indents promptly executed at lowest cash prices tor all British and Continental Goods, including : — Books and stationery. Boots, shoes, and leather. Chemicals and druggists' sundries. China, earthenware and glassware. Cycles, motor cars and accessories. :l>rapery, millinery and piece goods, Fancy goods and perfumery, Hardware, machinery and metals, Jewellery, plate and watches, Photographic and optical goods, Provisions and oilmens' stores. Etc., Etc., Etc. Commissions, 2£. to 5 per cent. Trade discount allowed. Special quotations oil demand. Sample cases from £10 upwards, Consignments of produce sold on account. "W1LLTA.M WILSON AN1) SONS, (Established 1S14). 25, AiBOHURGH LANE, LONDON, E.C. Cable Address : "Annuaire, London." I W^SiliS j|jf| iiiif" 'tk§m& ■ 13 Z:': iSftf 3®S|I|£•/■■, -- ... - .' ''* -'/' •> " • I *M U !', V §-: >.*... - "• ;i.:.;^ • •: ■ ;'• .. <>. ■■^y, wmsm $ Oh&iAberiain's Cough Hczzzd" --? «*,. ...

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THE LATEST. RUSSIAN TROOPS IN FRANCE. PREPARED TO SHED BLOOD. AGAINST MAXIMALISTS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

THE LATEST. BUSSTAX TKOOl'S IX I'lt-AXCE. I'liEPAllEI) TO SUED HLOOD. AGAINST -MAXIMALISTS. (■Re uter.) iReuter's correspondent in Paris says —Russian troops in France 'have tele graphed to CVL Kerensky, .'assuring him that they are ready to shed their blood against -Maximalists and counter-revo lutionaries, in the struggle of democ racy against German autocracy.

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FAKED CABLE MESSAGES DR. MANNIX REFUTED THE FA[?]TS STATED. LAST CONSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

the fa '-^d. -ast coxscrv^v , (At wis stage ->ve: t:&-' ed.) 10th October.—French c:'.?"-;- -*•" err and Oiiaulnes "Wood: Itabt'j >' vanced on Carso. in centre. ■14iti October.—'French czP"-"; ermount. •ISth October.—French csp'.u:' Saillisel. 31st October.—.British c.;" and Regina redoubt. -2nd October.—French Ridge 13S; Roumanians lose Z3. | At this stace rain again !.rte"'-:-^ | bur the British continued w j press. But what, (says the "A:,; ; i sor"). becomes or the eab.e ' w*hieh came by touching 3 | ing about "dreadful ooreats j from, and that t-he Enr.>::v ! 'ing up?" j (Frank ■MeKiilop. «*■ j Cnstiemaine.) : Vosterdav'e r> .. deals with'the stSf, !!:x at .Vorrh p-:^ e:!ls Q- v"' Arnonfse other rh^" *5 •H is not a di.'a-'M;'- „ ^:';5 ' Dl' '^*a«nix of ra£hSttsr^^ speech deliveredfovhC0' ^ca^V «* XoveLS3^2 or as flagrant a lie as'v, ^ ecclesiastic np n'= ^ ev°r quote the -foll0\viu» Jf Pockf-"- > speech :— 3 Pas2-Ss fr?;a ::'• "When special nqv^ retired a...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Italian Retreat ITALIANS RESISTING. FOE PRESSED BACK AT ASIAGO. HUNS TAKE BELLUNO. RIVER RISING QUICKLY. MAY BAR WAY TO VENICE. (Admiralty: By Wireless Press). A German communique says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

Italian Retreat ^ ITALIANS liS'lSlSTIXO. ] FOE I'KENJsI-I) TtA'CK AT AS1AGO. I TAKE lii:LLl'NO. 1UYEK IMSI.VC- QUICKLY. MAY BAR WAY TO YE NIC I'. (Admiralty : OBy Wireless Press). A 'German communique says :— "'Strong Italian, forces attacked and •pressed 'back our forces -near Asiago, on the Trentino 'front. We have cap tured IBelluno (on the Upper Piave. -12 miles north of Treviso). The enemy has made a stand 011 the 'Lower Piave." CReuter.) An Italian official message says :— "In the neighborhood of Asiago (on I the Trentino -front) the enemy captur ed advance posts at Gallio and .Monte Ferragh, -but we subsequently expelled him, taking prisoner 100. We captur ed an enemy vanguard at Tezze, in the ■Sugana Valley. "•We repulsed the enemy in the Yal do'bbiadene 'heights. We crossed to the right 'bank of the 'Piave, and de stroyed the Vidor 'bridge (in the Val dobbiadene district, near Treviso).'' (Published iby "Tlie Times.") Mr J. M. X. Jeffries, telegraphinc; /from the 'Italian '...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Y.M.C.A. RETURNED SOLDIERS CONCERT PARTY. TOWN HALL—THURSDAY NEXT. SPLENDID EXTERTAINMENT PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

■ A. RETURXF.n SOLDIERS C 0 XCE?R T ■ PAK T Y. ITOW'X ■ 1I ALL— T U I" R S D A V XEXT. ! J SPLEXD1D EXTERTAIXMEXT PRO MISED. Considerable mores: is being mani fested in the visit of ibe Y.M.C.A. Re turned Soldiers' Concert Party to Cas j ttetnalue on Thursday n*>xt, and u is | expected that the momi'ors ot tne | party who. wi-h the exception o: tne \ j"regimental mascot." are all returned1, j soldiers, -w.iil be accorded art onthnsi-; ! astie welcome. The party consists oi \ i 10 talented artists, wit,* are •ournv: j Australia to raise titiuis tor the war. work of that splendid institution tno ; Y.M.C.A., which has done such niagnt-; Scent work amongst the soldiers at ; home and abroad, and an excellent en-; tenainment. consisting of vocal, in-: strumental and elocutionary items, has been arranged. One of the stars ot the programme is ;he Uetuligo "Boy : |-Wonder,'' Walling'ton Ay re. who. al though only l-J years ot age. sitta- like a veteran. Ho hits gained distinction in many ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

GOOD VALUE At the present time everyone finds it necessary to study expenditure and out Australia for 'one shilling or >a lit tle higher hi certain districts. The gre atest care is taken selecting the ingre dients of the 'pills, and they are in ev ery iway a splendid product. No bet ter ,pill is made in this or any other country, and if they are occasionally used, more expensive medical treat ment can be avoided. Such of the cable uows on this page so headed has appeared in "The Times," and is caibled to Australia 'by special permission. lit should be understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to 'be -so. ; got. as good value for their money as possible. No ad vance has been made in the price of Dr. florae's In dian Root Pills although the cost of (producing 'the Pill 'has gone up enor mously, and an ad vance in price would be justified. There are on an average of forty pills in ea'ch bottle, and they are sold ■general lv throng

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ROYAL HALL. JACKIE SAUNDERS—TO-MORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

ROYAL 'HALL. .IA1CKIE S AU \'D ER'S—T O-MORR 0 W NliGiHT. The .piquant and dainty Jackie Saun ders, who is .Mary Pickford's most for midable rival* and who captivated the audience at the 'Royal Hall recently with her wonderful impersonation of The Wild Cat, will again appear at the •Roya] {Hall to-morrow night, in the breezy and very laughable five-act comedy drama, Sunny Jane. and crowds will no doubt flock to see her. Jackie Saunders represents a bright country girl, fond of romance, and im agines herself Mary Queen of Scots, Carmen, and many other notabilities. ■She is seen by a wealthy young man, who grows fond of her. She is sent away to school, which is greatly en livened 'by her pranks, and returns 'home a modern young lady, much to the disappointment of i>he wealthy young man. However. Jane is fond of 'him, and in her own way makes him pleased to see her. The drama is brimiful of fun, with some heari-throb 'bing thrown in, and will be exceeding ly popular. A special featu...

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