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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917
'HOW TO PREVENT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "'Coming events cast their shadows fte'fore." This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite will fail, you 'wil'l feel dull and languid. If you are subject lo ibilious 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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917
MORE THAN EXOUG-H IS TOO .MUCH To maintain -health, -a 'mature man or -woman needs just enough 'food to repair the waste and supply energy .and 'body -heat. The habitual -con sumption. of more i'ood 'than is neces sary for these 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 'take a -few -doses of Cham berlain's Ta'blets and you will soon be all right again. Sold .by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. •Leading 'British scientists, including Sir James Dewar, F.lR.S., have issued a circular to iFellc-ws cif the Royal So ciety, requesting their renunciation of German honors and degrees, and their membership of German academ ies and societies 'because these bodies support the doctrine ox the spread of German kultur by force, and have not protested against the infringements of the laws of humanity and of interna tional law. BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. It...
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE. CHEWTON [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE. CHEWTON. Cr. McMillan, of Chewton, continues to show practical interest in the local school, and is in receipt of a letter from the Director of Education, thank ing him for services rendered in the past, and for recently donating the cost (£5/5/) of the coir matting that, &nbsp; now covers, the floors of the four class rooms. The cash prize, donated by Cr. McMillan, for the best letter writ ten by a pupil of the school, was won by Olive Elderfield, of Grade VIII. &nbsp; Convinced that the land offers, on the whole, more remunerative employment than anything else, and that many children are not equipped for, or in a position to benefit by, either a High &nbsp; School or a Technical School training, Cr. McMillan, to stimulate interest in the land amongst the children while they are yet in the primary school, has promised a prize of £1 to any pupil in the school who succeeds in growing in &nbsp; his own home-plot a potato as larg...
CHAPLAIN COLONEL CROOKSTON SUPPORTS CONSCRIPTION. PREFERS DEATH TO DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917
CHAPLAIN COLONEL CROOKSTON * SUPPORTS CONSCRIPTION &nbsp; &nbsp; PREFERS DEATH TO DEFEAT. In seconding a vote of thanks to the Prime Minister (Mr W. M. Hughes), on the occasion of the Conscription Refe- rendum campaign in Bendigo last night Chaplain-Colonel Crookston, who has &nbsp; just returned from the front after a period of 19 months' service, said "We are up against a brick wall, but the Bri- tish 'bulldog' has never released its grip." Continuing, Mr Crookston said he had two sons at the front, but he would prefer them to be buried there rather than they should come back with a defeated army. It might not be next year, nor the following year that peace would be proclaimed, but he was con- vinced that England and her Allies un- doubtedly would win. &nbsp; Mr Crookston received a rousing re- ception, and after his speech, which was of a most forceful character, the Hon. W. A. Watt said he would insist upon Mr Crookston accompanying him around Aus...
Russia KERENSKY'S PROCLAMATION TO ARMY. MAXIMALISTS DISARMED AND SENT HOME. STRUGGLE BETWEEN KERENSKY'S TROOPS AND BOLSHEVIKS. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
Russia KEBESSIiY'S FK0CLA3IATI0X TO .v ion*. 3IAXIAIALISTS PISAIOIEIJ AM) SOT HO'tlE. I STRUGGLE HETWEEX KEKEXSKY'S | TROOP* AXI> BOLSHEVIKS. I j (United Service Special Cable.) An official message from Perrograd states that the 'Railway l.:nioi! lias re fused to convey Cossacks to Pecrograd. ,.M. Kerensky issued a proclamation to the army, announcing that he re mains Generalissimo. .Smclenz has ■'been prepared for a siege. Ic is sur rounded iby anti-aircraft, motors, and i automobiles. j The '.Maximalists and soldiers' com | mittees returned to Petrograd front a 'province without weapons, and iai'mi ■ated i-hat Kerensky's troops disarmed 'tbeni, and sent, them home. i (Rett tor.) ; I j Renter's correspondent a; Stockholm iciegraphs on the l.\h November :—It i is reported that a foreign location re jeeived a despatch from Petrograd ro j i iv stating that a 1-loo ay s-ruggle had j tjken place between Kerensky's treops |and the P.olshcviks. near Petrograd, j and that Kerensky \va? ...
TAKING SOLDIERS' VOTES. ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADE. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
T.-VKLXG ■S0UDIER13' VOTES. ARRA'XG'EMEXT.S IBBKYG MADE. (United Service Special Cable.) Lieutenant-Colonel T. GntTiths, Com mandant at. the Australian Imperfal Force 'Headquarters in England, has 'been instructed to carry out the ar rangi-ments Tor taking the votes of the Australian soldiers in connection -with the conscription referendum. ■All candidates .for the Legislative Assembly are being asked by the exe cutive of the Victorian State School Teachers' Union if they will support a bill providing for paying classified wo men teachers employed in State prim ary schools four-fifths of the salaries received by classified men teachers of the same grade.
CONSCRIPTION IN CANADA. MANIFESTO TO ELECTORS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
CONSCRiIPTIOX IX CANADA. MANIFESTO TO ELECTORS. (Reuter.) Sir Robert Borden, the 'Prime Min ister, has issued a second manifesto to the electors on the eve of tiie elec tion campaign. •He defends the Military Service (Conscription) Act, and strongly as serts the necessity for calling up the rich as well as the poor. There was no thought of compulsion, he states, until it was found to bo necessary. :Sir Robert Borden says it was the enemy, and >not tbe Government, which issued the conscription call to arms, and compelled the mobilisation of all Canada's resources. All members of the Union Government accept respon sibility.
SIR WILLIAM IRVINE. SUPPORTS MINISTRY. "SINK ALL OTHER QUESTIONS." [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
!3IR WILLIAiM 'I'RVIXE. I SUPPORTS .MINISTRY. I j "SINK ALL OTHER QUESTIONS." Sir iWilliam 'Irvine, M.H.R.. who lias been foremost in advocating the adoption of conscription in Australia, strongly supports the proposals of the Federal Government, as outlined by •Mr \V. -M. ilughes. the "Prime •Minis!or. at Bendigo on Monday night. ile stated yesterday that, after see ing the definite statement made by the Prime .Minister, lie had that morn ing caused the following telegram to ;be sent to the conscription commit toes which had 'been .formed in the past fortnight in more than 100 different ■ centres throughout, the Coninior.".vea!:ii —"In view of the doiinite pronounce ment made by the Prime Minister that he would not continue to govern Australia without the power of con scription, .1 strongly urge you to sink all other questions, and to throw your whole weight behind the Government in' the present campaign." OP. '3. •B. Cook. 154 Flinders street. Melbourne.)
FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
FUEE. Every woman whose liealtli is caus ing her anxiety is invitea to write for a copy of our new "bookie: of valuable information, which should b3 in every home. Send 3u. lor postage to Dept. Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, Melbourne.
CONSCRIPTION MR TUDOR AT RICHMOND. GROUNDS FOR OPPOSITION. SHIPPING COULD BE BETTER EMPLOYED. MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
CONSCRIPTION 1 MR TUDOR AT RICHMOND. GROUNDS FO'R OPPOSITION. SHIPPING COULD BE BETTER EMPLOYED. MELIBOUiRJX'E, .Midnight. .Mr Frank Tudor, the Leader of t'ne iFederal Opposition, opened tlio eam ipaign against the conscription propos als of the Government at Richmond this evening. Mr Tudor said that twelve months ago the people of Australia .had pro nounced against conscription, but not withstanding this a" number of Minis terial members still continued the agi tation in favor of this, without assist ing in making voluntary recruiting a success. iSix months had elapsed jsince the -Ministry had 'been returned tight that the time had come to raise the issue again. 'His own views .were exactly tlie same as when he resigned from the Government on the question. The Government had no riglft to deal with Imuran life as proposed by the Prime 'Minister at 'Bendigo. The ques tion it was proposed to put was vague, and if t'he people assented to it there was nothing to prevent the Govern ment....
MORE THAN ENOUGH IS TOO MUCH [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
-MORE TlU'A'X EXOUG'I l IS TOO MUCH To maintain 'health, a 'mature man or 'Woman needs just enough food to repair the waste and supply en orgy and foody heat. The habitual con sumption of more food 'than is nysos sary 'for these purposes is the prime ■cause of stomach troubles, r;un-:r.at ism, and disorders of (he kidney.-. If troubled with indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and nor appetite con trol, and 'take a few doses of Cham berlain's Tablets and you will soon be all right again. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. Uving cm the back verandah of her home in Morrison street, Jiairnsd.ile, with a gun beside .her. 'Mrs Annie ,lane Xunn, aged was found dead on '.Monday afternoon. When the 'body ■was taken so the i.Morgue, an examina tion revealed a large gunshot wound ill I the region of the heart. 5 ! —— —
THE FOUR C'S HOLIDAY FIXTURES. PREPARATIONS BEING MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
THE FOUR G S 1 •HOLIDAY 'FIXTURES. I I IBREPARATICNS 'BEI'X3 MADE. At a largely attended meeting o!' the 'Four C's on Monday evening, presided over by Mr -P. C. Baker, a report .was received .from the Secretary of i'.ie.Ben digo Railway Charity Club, stating thoy were making an effort, to join in with the iBendigo Returned Soldiers' Association in holding a combined pic nic in the Castlemaine (Botanical Gard ens on Boxing Day. (Several nominations ;for member ship iwere received. The secretary was instructed to sol icit the assistance of Mrs Ross, .Sergt. Major Mason and Sergeant 'Bolitho, in organising a monster procession on (New Year's 'Day. The 'following stall-holders were appointed 'Fruit. lollies, and soft drinks, Mesdames )I-I. G. Harr is, A. ■Harris, -J. E. iFord, P. Rasmussen, Mis ses II. Garden, Curtayne, iMuirhead, Lancashire, and Laurenson; home made sweets, .Mesdames .T. Lancashire and 'Laurenson; ice cream, Misses E. and T. iMorris and 0. Bennett,'Mesdam es Lancashire...
ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917
STEMS OF NEWS Throe years ago to-day one of Eng land's greatest generals in Field-Mar shal Lord Roberts, died 'at the age of S2 years. He 'Was on a visit to the Indian troops on the West front, and uied as was fitting he should, within sound of the guns, and among the In dian soldiers, wit'li whom he was so •popular. The State general election takes jjhiee to-morrow, but is exciting very little interest, and a small po-11 -appears ja certainty. It is being completely i overshado wed by the conscription cam ; paign. Progress returns will not ;be posted in front of this oflice on this occasion dor various reasons, chief among them being the lack o'f interest, and the fact that, as there are more than two candidates in half of the elec torates, the iigurcs to-morrow night are not likely to give any indication of what the result will 'be under the 'pre ferential voting system. . Then again, Liberalism is not in any danger of ncing defeated. Under the preferential voting system, it -will...