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The British Front. BRITISH RESUME OFFENSIVE, ATTACK ON A WIDE FRONT. GOOD PROGRESS MADE. (Reuter.) The following message was received from London at a late hour last night: Field Marshal Haig reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

-^<■5 raes: <*.k 0lT^i! UI-SVjIK Oi-TEXSiTlC, ^a. \_ irnvii ox -i >vii)iv t-iioxr. |f00i, i-Hiwinaw. SAKE. 1_ ('Reuter.) fgo rollon'iug- message was received ,.il0 Loiidoi! at a late hour last night: field )!niyh:i} Ihiig rejwrts : ' ' "*■ o 'clack at o'd< ,,,1." in? : 1 ^yt, jitiilcKed nioniiii? . ,.0!1( oast 01 M'if. troops HKiivHi^ v "l ami a number tsi* j>r 1,:u 1>l Lf already been taken, «mei> ■'-u — Vi"

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLOODS IN THE TOWN A DHENOMENAL [?] ONE INCH IN FIFTEEN [?]. CREEKS OVERFLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

{ FLOODS IN THE TO | a driexc:.::-:v.vl ! OXE IXC'H IX FIFTEEN™!?. CREEKS 0\ i-RFLC" Yesterday was :» fair fit; :ricks iwhich the Clerk::':: soenis to think he is eatith on us these days. Start:?, brilliant sunshine in the e. of the morning rlie sky came overcast, and tae atsso pteasantly sultry, t:.; a: a: was a thunder and hitatru: loilowod shortly 'oy rain. 'Tits merely ;i prelude to wli: low. At a few rirlnuti o'clock the intermittent: into a downpour, ana Ig to a do luge of most us |i In a very short time th"1 'p tilled by the runnels .trooi .--■-H and tiie spouting dowa-pipfs verandah roots, and pegan '<s "do .v the roads and footpath, ker street, the sight was a:: etttttt ary one. for veritable torrents c:. lowish-brow;i water rushed W'-t .-titters, spouted up over the cf': twiried across the pawraeat; rtr; • to the shop doorways, riooa.::? . and depositing layers o:?—;-j ; wherever i: dowea. The place was e;ni:e subatercec. a - 'the in:ersee:iea of Mestyn t street...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOSPITAL GALA LADIES COMMITTEE COMPLETING THE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

HOSPITAL GflU LAD II COJIIIIX-T COMl'LETLXT TH" , l'Nj j ht. APssv IIEXTs. " ^ A largely attended meetlr*f •bers o£ the ladies' Coami^'r I the presidency of .Miss £•££ was hold a: the 'Stock EvC-' Wednesday afternoon, resent. The ordinary roV-'/' ■tess was ira-.isap.tpd, and sith-ccmnmtees appointed, -.1 the buyers (;Mesdames 5iaco?>~r' itiul Jonest. and the so:'; fruit (Mesdames Section, .Tones, and C. Cabling), r,"', I'Uvi) members have decided :3 V. ■ rate, all their efforts in -c-.r, large combined stall. inelvi-'-^V lollies and ice cream, and hos-' 1 things merry at the nD.-fn ground. -Mrs R. Kerr elli;sC. her usual spot in charge ^ cream stall, kindly le:r. 5 Church, whilst the fruit and Vw will -be in charge of (N'o. 1) .11. G. Harris, iVoisey,' v;!-C. Bassett (2); (Xo.-) Mes^atu?:j-.' Seddon, McMinu, and King. r-... made lolly stall wil] fee Mesdames Lancashire and The tea rooms, under ;a? v of .Mrs Symons, will be s;-~r? hill as usual, and will be should it be womaned) b...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE MR DITTERICH AND MAGNA CHARTA. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

CORRESPONDENCE " h T. AIR DITTERI-CH AND MAGNA | GHARTA. i Sir,—Against Mr iDitterieh's author ities I presented the opinions of other constitutional historians of perhaps eriual import, ancl also of a writer, Sir George 'Xicols, who has made a special study of the subject, 'k ought not to be expected that 'writers such as Mr Hal lain and Mr Green, .who deal with the philosophy of results rather than in the investigations cf detail, should exhibit special scholarship in every field. And thus the solution lies no: so much with t:he opinions of such his torians, ibut by means of the statute and the courts of law. On this aspect Mr Ditterich remains suspiciously silent. iHe loftily talks of the rights and liberties of Englishmen derived from the Great Charter, but only at tempts to suggest '"two" that by any [Parity of reasoning couid have affect | eel the great, body of serfs or villeins. J that, numbered over seven-tenths of I the entire population. By the gre.it I fanfare of trumpet...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"COME OUTSIDE" FEMALES HAVE ROUGH AND TUMBLE. "FLORRIE WAS LANDING UPPERCUTS." HAIR PULLING AND SCRATCHING. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

"COME'OUTSIDE" 1 FEMALES HAWS 'ROU'Gl-I AXD T'U'MiB'LH. "iFLQR'R'IJB WAiS -LAiXiDiIXG UPPER-! 'CUTS." BAIR PUL-'LIMG- A'XD 'SC'RAT'OH/rXG. j i I POLICE COURT PROCBSDI'XuS. ! "(Florrie then struck me a hard iblow qn the face, bursting my lip. She was ■preparing to strike me again, and I caught hold of her Panels to prevent her. .Mrs Robinson then caught me by the hair with her two hands, and pull ed me along. Then .they 'both went at me, pulling, hitting, scratching and kic-king. My scalp was so sore 1 could not brush my hair for two days, there were scratches on my face, neck, and hands, my hands .were swollen, and my legs we're 'black with the kicking they gave me." Such was Mrs A. Alexan der's -version of the affair. "When we were near her house on our -way to Castleinaine, .Mrs Alexander shouted out, 'You :blaclc thieves. You scum of London/ We lock no notice, and as we passed she called out, 'You 'black thieves, .1 .will teach you to pass [ without taking notice.' Florrie tlieii...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL WANTED—A PLAYGROUND. [?]OUND SITE REQUIRED. DEPUTATION TO BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

THE NEW HHsH SCHOOL A. 'WANTED—A PL<AY'C;TiOU.XD. r.OUXiD :S!l.IIi iKIEQUI'llED. DEPUTATION TO EOROUiGII CCUX icrr.. | A uc;:-nhiiio!i representing the Coun j ci! of -the High .Sc'h'ool ami consisting I o;' Dr. .Messrs. il-i. \V. 'Pedler, .T. Cameron, W. Errey, iD. 'SLeelc, and i-!. Dur.ii. .v.-siireti on the iB-orough Council at its meeting last .night with a requ est that the Council should grant them the site of the present pound to be us ed( in conjunction with 3•; acres now held in trust iby certain gentlemen, as a playground for the new High School. IV.'. 'Hill, having introduced the de pr.r.nion, outlined the position and ap pealed to the pu'blic-spiritedncss of the councillors to grain them what, they asked, li-l-a referred i.o the 'High Scho ol's remarkable scholastic achieve ments, and shewed that ihe reason w-hy the school had not dene so well in the fiold of spor.; ••.v-as because the boys and ;i"irls had not, had adequate s.ports grounds. He pointed out other...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRITISH MAKE AIR RAIDS. ZEEBRUGGE AGAIN VISITED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

IMMTIvSlI -1IAKE AIH It AIDS. L ZEBBRIPG-'GE AlGA'IX VISITED. f'Router "i '\Xaval aircraft on •'Monday night 'bombed the look gates at Zeebrugge and dropped a quantity of explosives yesterday afternoon 011 sheds and ma chines at the St. Denis 'Westrem aero drome," says an Admiralty statement. "They shot down two enemy mach ines. All ol ours returned."

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

Special Reductions This Month Only -L. 2?3?ios? "fco oJ^.£8/S3LC5© 0J3-01iaLl«3. ZKLO'fc lts<© -oa-iiLsassosaL R. DANN and Co, I'" ^"^('i'\' @ % - $ (Dilai\ii>£?r/aii2's ..Rsmzdy id the most | prompt and effecits^i medicine in ass for this | complaint It. acts'- on '-natures plan, loosenc | the cough, relieves the lungs, opens Me | secretions stf&dfsi&s risit&re to.restore the system p to a healthy condition. 5^^to^X^.£2^A^W£^^'«^iz^i2r^S2C33rj»'iCiK«r vrrrKHin*»m-crxvuii*M*i*vsr?<mKrrii.r*KKinrmm*.iL»rwi?tHmvMj*ii*'?-ii SETAf COCOA BEST & GOES FARTHEST A delicious Savouring also for paddings and pastry. LET COOK USE ST. 1

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

Clio ST DA-MG® ROUS OP iUiXOR A'LL 31EXTS. ! Of the minor ailments a cold is by far the moat dangerous, not in itself, ■but in the serious diseases it so o 1'tenj leads to. Pneumonia and consumpti-5 on alr.vavs start .with a cold. When youj have a cold you are much more likely to contract the infectious diseases su ch as diphtheria, scarlet fever, aiHlj •whcopins-coush. Colds are easily cur-j ed; in fact, Chamberlain's Cough Re medy is famous for its cures of tliisj most common ailment, and is pleasant and safe to take. Why take such des perate chances when so reliable and irust'-ivorthy a medicine may be obtain ed for eighteen pence? Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, .Wholesale Distributors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

AUCTION SALES. Messrs. Carter, Amos and Co. desire to draw attention to the sale of valu able I-tareourt orchard properties, on account of i.Mr iO. 'Symes, at the Market on Friday, !l9th inst., at 2 o'clock. .Mr Symes disposed of most of his property by lender, but has three left, and he has decided to put them up for auc tion. The whole of the properties are in good order, an'd well worthy of in spection. Mr Symes' reason for sell ing is purely on account of ill-health. The areas have 'been good financial | propositions, and should commend | themselves to buyers. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

The Castlemaine Mail Subscribe '<0,,1J'0/0 1,ct" Advertise PARTICULARS AT THIS OFFICE, OR AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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BOY SCOUTS FIRST CASTLEMAINE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

BOY SCOUTS FIRST :C A.S T L'EC* IA i XE TROOP. (By Pioneer.) The usual weekly meeting war. 'held on Friday lust, ;u which a good muster paraded, ami excellent work was Car ried out. A number of Scouts (recruits) pass ed their tenderfoot test satisfactorily. During tlie past week a number pre scnied i hem selves for their marks man's b;uU\e. -Several dio^vcd good form. but. morepractice is required 10 win the badge. iSome good practice in ambulance work was carried out in preparation :"or iriospital G:d;i Day, for which much enthusiasm is displayed by the Troop. On Friday evening next ihe Troop will be visited by some returned sold iers. and all Scon;s are urged to attend to give the visitors a. good .Scouts' .wel come, also a small function will be held, and a Scours' supper, at which every Scon; expected to take his part to make ;.;:e evening 'enjoyable.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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BUSINESS NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

BUSINESS NOTICE. Messrs. Hayes :uh! Harris aro having a ibargain day to-day. a'nd several lines in tlieir large stock -will be offer ed at cut-fine prices.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

ik.ll L'YA 1" TDIE-TAisLE,S> ('ab:lemaiim to .Melbourne : — Depart G." j a.m. Aion., Tucs. only; 7.1';! a.m. daily; li',;:"i p.m. i.Noji. only; ll'.o!« P.m. iia:ly; i.li j).ji). (ia.iiy; 7.';■! p.m. daily. Melbourne ;o (\istlem:iine :—Arrive , a.m. Alim. caly: 20.10 a.m. daily; !;:.m. daily; 7..JI [>.m. daily (ex.); j T."*7 a.m. A!on. ami S:\\. only; D..U> p.m.. I S.i; . oxiV'p;.; I>'.!.!> -p.m., 'Sntys. | ( a-' lemaiae u> siJciidSjto :—'De-par.: ;:.;;7 a.m. A a) n. only: Id.."2 a.'a. daily; p.m. (Lilly; 7..'IS p.m. (i:;ily; D.i'l p.m. (Saiyri. excepted);' 10.11 pan. ■Boi!ui;;o ;.o Cnsiioittnine :—Arrives 7.1'i a.m. daily; 12.22 p.m. Man. only; 12.30 p.m. daily; a.", p.m. daily; 7.10 p.m. dally. Ca-iilemaine to Alaryborcuah :—no pans 10.3S a.m. daily; 4.17 p.m. daily; 7. a a n.m. .Man. an d Satys. excepted; !M>> j).m. A?oii. -a!';1 iS:it. only. •?>iaryborough to I'astlemaine ;—Ar rive.; 7.a a.m. daily; 12..30 p.m. daily; 7.20 p.m. -.Moil, only; 7.21 p.m. ....

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Castlemaine Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

©Ijb ^ Cfctlimuinte JiTaiL | JPRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS rr. Owing to severe pressure on our space it lias been found necessary to hold over 'the report oL' the .Borough Council and other matters until to morrow's issue. The public wi'llibo interested to learn that the illon. J. Cook, ..Minister ot' the ■Navy, will ollicially open the Hospital Gala next 'week. air !Cook is one of the best-known public .men in the 'Com monwealth, and one of'the busiest, and it is a compliment to Castlemaine that I he has Consented to come -here to morrow iweek. It -was originally in tended that the 'Prime (.Minister was to open t.he 'Gala, but, as everyone knows, his lieak is now anything 'but satisfac tory, and he is going to Norfolk 'Island to recuperate. 'In .addition, his son is suffering from -the effects of a very serious accident, and even '.Mrs'Hughes is indisposed. Jn such circumstances no one eou'ld expect him to come to Castlemaine. iHe promised 'io get a prominent man to take ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

"'jpj-iE ic.-vstle.m.'VI.uail," the be-si, r.'.Ivoj-iiiuiiiv medium in Hie district. I'uctcd or delivered, g/g per quarter.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

IX .ME MORI AM. GEMMEL'L.—'In loving memory of Jack, the eldest son of W. and J. iGemmel'l, who passed away at St. iVincent's Hospital, on October otli, 1914, aged 17 years and six month's. Until the day breaks, and the shadows flee away. —.Inserted hy loving parents, sisters and brother. TUIA.XWS. M'It P. J. IiiVLL and MR J. CO'LLI COAT and PIAMLIA' desire to re turn their grateful shanks to kind friends for sympathy, letters, cards, floral tributes; also Dr. Thompson, and .Mrs II. La-wry, for skilful and unremit ting attention, and to 01 rs (Harrison, senr,, for many kindnesses. 'iCastlemaine, ■October 4/'17.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. RIFIE SHOOTING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

Ill FIE SHOOTING. CA'SI LEVA 1XE CLUB. To-morrow a competition -at 200 ;vjhI MOO y irds (10 shots at. each ran?:e), will bo iirod, iiic prize for which will be a. -CI war staving certifi cate. On Saturday, iho 2'i rh, a similar coir.petkicni .will be lired at 500 and GOO yards.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

3E3?'a.33L Ho"83Ll2)t; W .0.611 r a Gift CSro "fco V. F. Newham's J&. SJ»3J2.SS. 02?*fe3^1Q.€3aa3Li5 OF Ui'-TO-PATJ: GOODS. YOUR mi! I SIX AS PRESENTS FOR TIIE SOYS AT THE FROST AT OXCE. ,THE LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS. w w $ IS $ BAEKEI? SIB RET. DugMan's Ciarasge J!4v _ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ p g |* i^SiSs? f£>7-£i-'U pi m | ~ymu JULES XOX-STOF WGlllirs HECOMK foa&ster louring car -AXIVILL UIGil.PKICEl) CAIi FJUTCJtES, ALL IXCLUDEI) FOE jar^ fLl'lTEE A>'D EYEHY REHNE:«IE>"T OF CAAd SELL AT TT/ICE ITS PRICE. );,, t ^r.vLl0 sn^ ^lc niau the| lYiflcr front ami rear seats. wonderfully light on lufo-f Aluniiniiim (rtmsmissiais Iior;.vii*gr fi ?;! and benzine, ' ' - * ^aUcs -ile gallon of lubrickt !;er gallon of bonzine. kritn{AlIOs 5{UXS AKIUN |.AuvO!Si>i.;.-TIvE BCyEKS. i1'1';> nd electric lights. ^'Uiki (op, ;i,,'(:i':'",iino design. - Mritutating windshield (clear I, !-:!^roo?). l»c iloru. llabe rail, iviili 'uuk or front l...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

iBy amendment of the War Precau tions .-Regulations yesterday, it was made an offence to be in possession of a 113- primed matter declared by the. Minister of Defence 'by notification in the Commonwealth "Gazette" to be a prohibited publication. lit was also' made an offence to distribute copies or extracts from a prohibited publication. •It is understood Llm State Ministers kcav favor 'November 22 nd for the hold ing of the general elections for the Legislative Assembly. This is a week later than >t!he date previously men tioned. SOUR STOMACH. This is a mild form of indigestion. Eat slo.W'ly, m'asticare your food thoro ughly and talce one of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supper, and ir may be avoided. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. ;Xew Zealand's no: liability for war pensiorrs on (.March .'-nsi. was .C-37,7M. On .September :Mih it had increased io The gross annual value of pensions granted to the end rf^P iom-her was ,f Tiiu idaims ur 7soldiers and depen...

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