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SPORTING NEWS. LAWN TENNIS. LADIES' TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

SPORTING HEW?. T LAAYX TENXIS. LA'DIES' TOURXlV.MiEXT. ;A ladies' doubles tournament !for J the president's trophies will be played 011 the iCas'tlemaine courts to-day. Play ers are requested to be on the courts at'1.HO .p.m. The handicaps are: — Mrs IH'ouse and/Miss Xewlands, Miss Cordner and I\1 iss Williamson, owe .3. 'Mrs Whitelaw .and IMiss Odgers, 'Miss j George and Miss <Philpots, scratch. I 'Miss Cock and IMrs 'Danu, ree. .3. j

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

1.S i.sa. o*o.l3 When Selecting a Gift C3rcs> 'th<o> O W. F. Newham's 3eia»3?fgr© "w assos?tm©nt OF UP-to-date goods. x . ;r louk CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR TEE BOYS AT THE front AT ONCE. VTHF. LATEST novels ON hand; ALSO THE LATEST magazines A'ND weekly PAPERS, b? vi5 F.Newham BARKER street. ANZAC HILL CLI1! The H&iiey-JDavIcI egj i op nj if. pahsons (melbouk?«E), lieoisterei) fastest TIME for the ascent—2s Seconds. % wilson (AMATEUR, castl'EMAINE), OX A STANDARD BARLEY, gained SECOND PLACE—32 Seconds. TIMES in the second round iPARSONS (harley), 2Ssec. ■\\iilson (!i-lailey), 32sec. e00i1ii (Indian), 3uSec. 'bayiley (Indian), 37 2-5sec. blake ('Indian), 47 3-5sec. HUNT (single cylinder B.S.A.), - •ISsec. f.jyj11; tw(> performances, against all comers, again MVJ:s THE SUPERIORITY OF the H A RLEY-day!ds0n over the ordinary ROAD machines. here's no funking wliere Harleys are. ^ hills and Roads are alike to the Harley5' \J. R. BUQGAN ior studebakei:, maxwell. mo...

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CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY AIDS NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

OHAMBBRiLAAVS COUGH REMEDY AIDS 'X.VTU11E. Medicines .-that aid Xautre 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 Xature in throwing off a cold f and restoring the system to a healthy J condition. Sold by C!co. Clark and ■Son, 'Wholesale distributors.

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HOPETOUN V. KYNETON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

HOPETOU'.X V. KYXETOX. .A ladies' match between teams from the above clubs will be played -at Ivyn eton this a Tier noon, at 2;15 p.m. The i'o-llowinp; will represent Hopetoun —-.Mrs Gill, .\iisf.es Kean, -Collins, :S'mii-h, L\J. Carter, and Roberts.

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The Castlemaine Mail. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

!®!)£ jllrni j WEDNESDAY. •X0Y'B5!!BER li, li)17. i Jt will lie ditlicult indeed to fiiul any ' rc:t-omvblc ground -for voiins against jthe ^ovcnr.nGiii's compulsory service ■proposals, as outlined at 'Bendigo on o ■ 'Monday night 'by the Prime Minister. They arc moderate, democratic, and I 'fair. of course, tho disloyalists will find plenty of bogeys to frgliten the selfish and timid, uv-ho will 'be told it ■s bur. a trap in order to lull the elec tors, while some dia'bolical plot against the people's liberties is ibeing prepared. T*le good 1'aitli o,f the IP rime Minister and the ,National 'Government, hew ev'er, is evident in the present propos es. ..\[r 'Hughes stated in his policy speech in the last election campaign that conscription would not be resort ed to until ihe position at the front was serious enough to demand it. and evcn then the question would be put to the vote ol' Uhe people. }lr Hughes has kep,-. his word. The position in Europe js undoubtedly very grave, and th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

j IN '.MiO.UOi'.'l.-V.M. i GARXOCU AW—'In loving memory of | Gunner '\Y. .1. Carnooaan, kille,; in ! action in Franco, 1-kh .Vow, 101'J. i There is :: !inl; iiea;!i cannot. sever, jSwco; remembrance lasts tor ever, j —ilnsertc-d by his uncle, aunt, and oon ! sins, 1 !.\r jonn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

The Castiemaine Mail Subscribe Adverfyc PARTICULARS AT THIS OFFICE OR \ppvi » OR ACtEM^ TUROrGHOUT THE DlSTMCT. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Tak« ChanVberTain's Tablets for the stomach and liver. They enable the stomach to porfor-m. its functions nat urally. iSolcl by Geo. .Clark and (Sou,! IWholesale'Distributors. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

DON'T DELAY. * SOME PEOPLE HAVE LEARNED TlfAT NEGLECT IS iDAXGEROPS. The slightest symptom ot kidney trouble is far too serious to be over looked. It's the small. neglected troubles ;har. so often lead to serious kidney ailment. That pain in the "small" of the back; that urinary ir regularity; those headaches and dizzy spells; tlnu-weak, .weary, worn-our feeling, may'be nature's warning _of( kidney weakness. Why risk your lite by neglecting these symptoms? Reach the cause of the. trouble while there yet is time—begin treating your kid neys at once with a tried and proved kidney remedy. 1X0 need to experiment —.Doan's 'Backache Kidney Pills have been successfully used in thousands of eases, and are used and recommended throughout the civilised world. Read this testimony :—■ •>.Mr ,T.'Holliuay. High street. Kyneton, says :—"For some time d suffered with pains across the small of my back which <were very trying if I stooped or moved quickly. I used remedies of all kinds, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

C2®:saa.3XSL©:Ea.e3©SS L^o-c£L^2^r AT ^mrl IH^'ffIc^ M K 15& \ fc'i^ v^wJ.LE. K B JL assS <u» SPECIAL BAE«AI58 K<i ALL DEPAitT3lE>iTS. ■<©£S JShSSLCl. ii££ ^L,S? Ji7 5L S3 THE liOl'.SE roit QUALITY A3I> 'SOLID VALUE, I'lionc 100. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. INSURANCE, ;»2AC-H!1N.ERV & GENE RAL .COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, PA KOI AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. I-IOTEL AND SHaREBROREH. FAR.M3, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. CLEARING SALES AND FUR-GTuuii \ QPl^PTA 1 ;TV REGULAR .WEE1CLY AUCTION SALES OF-— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce AGENT FOR— The Royal Insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester Co. Wische^fc Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Mailboata. The Bendigo Building Society, Executor, Trustee, and Agency Coj., of South Australia. ADDRESS— BASiKEB STliEET, CASTLEMAINE Phonc 122. Mr J. & " DENTAL SU...

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SOCIALIST DEMONSTRATION AT VIENNA. ANXIETY FOR PEACE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

SOCIALIST DKillONSTJKATlOX AT YIO-VA. ± ANXIETY FOR PEACE. (Reuter.) Reuter's correspondent at Amster dam says that '50,000 Socialists, took pare in a demonstration at Vienna, at |'Wliich a resolution was carried, ex pressing the opinion, that the war could be ended if Austro-Germans dis avowed desire for territorial acquisiti ons, and assured complete independ ence of Belgium.

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NEWSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

NBW'STEAtD. The proecssion hold -here 0:1 Satur-j d'ay '-hi connection iwith the movement inaugurated to raise'funds for patriotic purposes, proved the most succe5£'i:'ul event that has taken place for many years. Decorated motor cars, lorries, buggies, grocers' car is. 'boats, and oth er numerous structures mounted on wheels, including a military tank with dangerous looking guns ready to open fire at any moment, down to ihe orig inal ibil-lygoat harnessed to a two wheeled vehicle, and adorsed with var ious-colored ribbons ail combined io make an imposing display. Ladies mounted 011 horses. and a squad of mounted rilllemen, were included in the display. Tlicn followed the comic portion, consisting of characters repre senting niggers, waybae.ks, Chinamen, sundowners, etc. The procession, which was formed 'into lino opposite the State school, was headed by the Muckleford brass 'band, and marched tlirough Lyons street, proceeding as 1 far as the Butter 'Factory, and back to the stawing...

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE rr. ELPI-riXSTOXE. The (fru'it crop here this year will not be so heawy as was anticipated, although the bloom 'was a record one for all kinds of stone and core fruits, 'but a large percentage o'f the fruit af ter it had finished fell off, some orch ardists say on account o'f the wet sea son. Orclvard'ists are busy ploughing as the ground was xo'o soft to get 011 until the past fortnight, (but taken on the whole the crap will 'be fair here about. A good Ttia>ny acres have been planted this year, and the young trees have made a lot of <\vood, and are look ing v:'V "!;id ib.i'.i;'--; n> the garden nm looking lovely. 'Shearing is in The last stage, and with continued fine weather will 'be completed about the end of the week. Inverness was ifirst past the post this year, Erinlea and 'Hillsborough gaining the places, with Uun'bar, The Glen, iShad'\vell, 'Alla'iuiale, 'Pine Grove, 'Moorofield, 'Breada'lbane, Coliban Es tate, T.ittle 'Bank, iPinchgu...

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MIRACULOUS ESCAPE MALDON SENSATION. BOY AND PONY FALL DOWN SHAFT. NEITHER SERIOUSLY INJURED. MALDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

MIRACULOUS ESCAPE 1. iMALDOX 9 EX'S ATI OX. BOY A>XD iPOXY PA'DL DOWN .SHAFT. NEITHER SERIOUSLY TXJURED. 'MMjDOX. Tuesdav. A miraculous escape from serious in jury, and probably death, happened to a boy named "Rex Mathias on Monday evening a'bout six o'clock. 'He was riding a pony on the Derby United lease, and was passing between two im fenced abandoned shafts, when the aninv.l, which was blind in one eve, 'fell down-a. shaft to .a depth of 25 iL'eei, ami it wis fortunate that the boy kept, his seat on the pony, otherwise the re sult. -would have -been very serious in deed. As if. was, iie only received a few bruises and scratches. After the alarm <had boon given ho •was brought to the surface by Mr ,T. Bryson, little the .worse for his ad venture. The pony was subsequently rescued.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

STRENGTH AM) SAFETY. Those are tho two things "nervy" people want. You will find them com piled in BRAN'S TONIC NERiVE .XUTS—the remedy 'which givos you strong nerves by safe means. -No ,mt jiirious narot.ics, no insidious stimu lants, but a combination of nerve food and medicines approved by medical scientists. A bottle containing ten days' treatment costs 3/, or six bottles 17/3. ilt' not obtainable from your chemist or store, send direct to G. AV. HEASN, Manufacturing 'Chemist, 'ITS Cast.lereagh street, Sydney. iN 3-16 (Senator >G, R iPearce, Minister for Defence, announced yesterday that, in accordance with an urgent. request from the 'Imperial Government, it has •been decided by the Common.wealth Government to despatch bricklayers to Great Britain .for construction work under the 'Munitions ..Ministry.

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CHAPTER XXVII. Barca Climbs Down. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

CHAPTER XXVTL Bnrca Climbs Down. F-Viph stood listening, but utterly 'm r'le to speak and, indeed, hardly connrehending what v,'as °oins OQ Dunn- tiie past few hours lie liad vai eiv expected something to turn u j in his favor, but had not anticipa % «o <1-; tnis He glanced hc-suaungiy at Charteris, who, undoubtedly, was mas ter 01 the situation. A sudaeu ch-nse had couic over Dick. > He had lost all his listiess manner; the affectation ot simulicitv had departed. His face was hard and set, his eyes alert and gleam 11115area was the first to remember himself. He moved in the direction of the door, and asked to be allowed to pass. The matter had nothing to do with him, he said. "I bog your pardon, Ford exclaim ed. "It seems to me that it has a great deal to do with you. I have a warrant for the arrest of Stephen Holt on a charge of robbery from the hou^e of Mr. Vandernort, and it is my duty to execute that warrant. Before I en.me here I had information that Holt was"hid...

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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XX VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

The Law of the Land By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangemeat with i Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd- J • [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XX VI.—(ContinuoM.j I A sudden cry broke- from Ralph; the flood of illumination alone blinded him. It was only for an instant, and then he was himself again. Barca did not seem to notice the outbreak—his eyes were fixed with vivid intentness on Charteris's face. The latter was telling his story with features that were almost expressionless. "Now, here is the part where the practical side of the dream comes in," Dick resumed. "You may say that it is only in fiction that one can juggle with priceless Persian carpets in this fashion. But here such a thing is possible. I have examined the attics, and they are filled with treasures of the same kind. You know the story j of the epicure and his two turbots. j Somebody had sent him a noble pail of the fish. He arranged to have them both cooked for his guests and one of j the waiters was to drop the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

VERANDAH BLINDS In white or strijic duclc, complete with poles, cords, pulleys, straps, etc., ready to. hang— •6 x S. 9 x S. 10 x S. 12 x 8. No. 1. quality .. .. 22/6 32/6 35/ .37/6 No. >2 quality .. .. 25/ 37/6 40/ 42/6 No. 3 quality .. .. 27/6 -10/ 46/6 50/ Quotations for special sizes on application. HANGING MEAT SAFES ia all sizes from 7/6 eacli. DECK CHAIRS, 4/6, 5/6, 5/11, in various colors of striped canvas. DECK CHAIR CANVAS, in red, hlue, green stripes, good quality, 1/6 to 2/3 yard. SEA Git ASS CHAIRS AND LOUNGES, IN GREAT VARIETY. ' DOUBLE BED SIZE MIRE MATTRESSES, FROM 25/. CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS, White and gold, 2/75 lmlf-doz. 3j IN OLEUMS AND CARPETS in all widths and qualities, a large range of patterns at lowest ruling prices. SUIT CASES, all siiics and qualities. A good line of strong cases, suitable for school boohs, etc., 3/11, 1/11 each. ills & Co 'urnishers, Barker at. miiiiiHHnmviiii iiwi r ,.i ininmui^juwaf H ^ % " ■* ■it V .n •* i< 1% J*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

HOW TO PREVENT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "■Coming events cast their shadows before." This 'is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite will fail, you 'will feci dull and languid. !If you are subject to bilious attacks take three of Chamlberlaiu's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear, and the at tack may be warded off. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

"ANTED. TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. ^ FEW comeback rams for sale. Ro:>;, Oliver, Elphins'cono. piAXOS WANTED.—Wanted to buy ie'1',second-hand pianos, ;:A:Aio for college or .kindergarten - don or iron .frames. State --alter atid price. Apply 'Box 439, G.P.O.. "BUSINESS NOTICES. '0HEEP, Cheep!" says the chicken, "Give me some of Butler's Chick '"ooa." "Cluck, Cluck!" says 'die hen, "Butler's Chick Food is the cheapest best." Any quantity. W. II. Bu:;er. Barker street. ^AhSiG-HT Specialist, and Expert Optician. Have your eyes pro Jeriy tested by .Max Pincus, whose «re-'- espc-rier.ce and skill will ensure 1'our setting proper glasses and suit t5'6 sanies, at reasonable charges, exactly opposite the .Market. Lovely machine-sliced bacon, suoIcg fresh butter and matured tneoso; tae best Carmen potatoes. guaranteed. W. -11. Butler, .rK-r street. Call and see us. We'll the rest. ^lA il;v.M'S business aavt. on page , 1 next to Sporting Column. - • 'j-Gs.—Sell your eggs for spot cash Penucy's ...

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