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CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

CASTLE.tfALNE POST OFFICE MAILS TME-TAlBLE. ■Melbourne, close G.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, G a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 0.30 p.m. iWoodend, close, G.30 a.m.; arrive 10.30 a.m. „ Campbell's Creek, close G.30 a.m.. 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. I Yapeen, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. '■Guildford; close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.30 p.m. Tarilta, close-6.30 a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.30 a.m. Wood'orcok, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight Flat, close 6.30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, close, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. IChewton, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.20 p.m. iFryerstovni, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p..m., 7.20 p.m. Vauglnm, close G.30 a.m.; arrive, 7.20 p.m. Glenluce, close G.30 a.m., Mon., -Wed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mon., Wed., Fri. tH-ar court, close 9.45 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S 'p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 9.45 a.m.; ar rive, 7.3...

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

POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS "HERE'S THE GOODS." A -LAMING MACHINE. Xo. 2S, "White Leghorn, oth in iBen ciigo "Independent" Single Test, 1916 17; 2SG eggs in G days over 11 months; 250 competitors. F1MIST SIX MONTHS OF SECOXD SEASOX—140 EGGS. Cockerels ifrom above hen, 21/ each, i'or 1H.1S -delivery. Mated to a 297 cockerel. A. E. ItOBINSOX, (Margraves street, Ca-stlemaine. Government certificate for soundness. THE CHAMPION l.-'O.W OP THE C 0 MM OXiVi'E ALT11. To stand this season at Owner's Resi dence, GUILDFORD. Tyrone stands l;!.l .hands, and'is a ibeautit'ul grey pony, with plenty of bone and good action, and at the differ ent shows has trained .prizes which lit erally envelop him. !L-Jis successes in clude 1st and blue ribbon at National Show, Bcnd'igo, and also in the fol lowing year at Bendigo, two lsts at Maryborough, two 1st prizes and "blue ribbon at. Maklan, two 1st prize? at Oaylesi'ord, and also 1st prizes at West Bourke, Elmore, Heathcote, and Sraea ton. Judging him :by illi...

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

1 'IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS. Bear in mind -that Chamlberlain's Tablets 'improve the appetite, streng then the digestion, and regulate the liver and bowels. Just what you need. Sold by Geo, Clark and Son, 'wholesale distributors. • I WillfOExS, [ I TA1X0K. OUTFlTTEIt & CLOTHIER, FREDERICK STREET, (At rear of Bank of Australasia). FIT AXI) STILE GUARANTEED. All Orders at Reasonable Prices. Patterns in suit the most fastidious. CALL and INSPECT. NIEBUHR & SON UNDERTAKERS. ESTABLISHED 1S39. Oak and Kauri Polished Caskets sup plied in o.p. silver, solid brass,] and nickel silver, at lowest rates, likewise inexpensive funeral:* Phone 7. Ofiiec and Keoidcnct, Castle nuiine. UXDLUTAKEKS. T. ODGEES & GO. I 1 j OLD ESTABLISH .M EXT, 'BARKER j STREET. ! Respectable Eunerais conducted for j lowest, rales. Prices aiul renns | ■ for barter class of Funerals as j per arrangement, at. lowest rates. ; EvoVy care and attention given to ail iho miuircmenis of the uv.de. Telephon...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

■METEOROLOC I-CAL OBSERVA TIONS. £ The following readings are supplieu by -Mr. Max :Pinciis, of Market Square. The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each (lay. THERM GMETElt. Highest Highest 'Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Tuesday 88 67 44 BAROMETER. Tuesday 29,28 steady. The official foregast for to-day is Fine generally.

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PRIVATE A. E. L. HOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

private a. e. l. hough. official notification lias reached v- r j. Il0!;?h, oi 35 Hanover street, v;,^- Brunswick, and late of 'Castle l.-ne, to the effect that his -son, !Pri Hough. has 'been wounded This makes the second ^ private Hough has been wounded.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS WOUNDED IN ACTION. PRIVATE L. A. HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

^lemaine district soldiers | \V0U,VDED IX ACTION. ppjVATE u A" HUGHES. n Hugbes, of Forest street, lias! • informed that his .rcurch ^'private I- A. Hughes, of ihe t!>uh v.rri?''- 'U1S ',e' n U0l!nded ■" action! "Anders. Tlie nature of the .wound ! .V,,.3; 5iaied. bur everyone will hope 5u 301 of -a serious nature. He en j.j .Melbourne 21 years ago. :?,ir | unites iias also been notified that his! '.-"opted seu.- Private Joseph Edward! u'-dics. «'ho "'as recently wounded. r.Vi"had itis right arm amputated, and Hospital in England. He enJist- I jj Castlemaine about 2 J. years ago. I

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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WIRELESS OPERATOR. SAPPER JACK CALDWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

WIRELESS OPERATOR. SAPPER JACK CALDW.ELL. Georse Caldwell, of Camp Cres has been informed that his son, Jack Caldwell, has 'been sue-, •:c-;=:u: In passing the examination ct"iifica'.e as a wireless operator. He *.>.5 on the staff of the local post j ..•fvi for a aaie. and .was transferred :? Kpeioa. He enlisted in January, rati mailed for England in rlie fol ic:-::.; May. He attended sever-al •^::;>,pay schools when in England, i~i 10 France in December last, r}:: -.vas while ho was in the firing :■:* in France that he went through :> •vireiess school, the examinations •?:' "Itic!! he successfully -passed. A ::o:'acr. Private George Caldwell, who some years was in the employ of P.tz^oraid's Brewing Co., is also -at the b:iv::icr enlisted in West Austra i.'.:.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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PROMOTION ON THE FIELD. CAPTAIN R. R. GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

| PROMOTION' OX THE FIELD. l" vPTAIX R. R. GIBSON. r. Gibson, of Messrs. Carter, a-'ni Co.. Itas received the pieas -..j.vj iliai his second son, Lieut. -A--; Se?:«a!d Gibson, lias 'been pro r..;j :.i ;h,? rank of Captain, after ;-,vo years' service in the A.-I.F. ~ fa year? of age, and was on the o:- Weather Bureau, -.Mei v-e. prior to enlisting, and his appears on the honor hoard of •■.•Bureau which contains IS..names, - -.vas recently officially unveiled by" ;,iir.;r'or of Home Affairs. He join a private. and .won his conimis vae:; :;j camp at iBroadmeadows. a* a Second Lieutenant. -He ;,;r ■:■;•,i ttio ,'igrhting line in France aa i nine months .ago, and -was promoted to Lieutenant, and -.s .-Ni-v'r.ji the opinion -held of him -by ;•.: c.O.. l:e v;a« 'frequently placed in cir.-e of a company in the trenches, (v-rsia Ull'soa «-as married just -prior :o failins far the front. His friends j aear'ily wish him further promo-1

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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"THE SOUL OF ANZAC." BIRDWOOD PROMOTED. NOW A FULL GENERAL. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

••the SOl'L Of anzaly* ? BIHmvOOD 'PROMOTED. XOW A FULL GENERAL. ('Published in "The Times.") iUeiu.-G-eneral 'Sir William R. wood, K.C.B., K;0.,S.l.. K.C.M.O..: C.I.E., 'D.-S.O., Commander of rlie Aus tralian 'Imperial 'Force, has been pro-, moted General. Sir John Madden, in the .practice; Court, yesterday, granted a decree m'isi j to Peter Hartley AlcEwen. 40, of 'Blnn ; road, 'Black 'Rock, theatrical enter-: tainer, for the dissolution of his mar- j riage with Ethel Floyd AlcEven, ! on the ground of desertion. Tilt1 PT"-| ties were married 011 October 11, at Spokane, Washington, U.S.A. There are no children.

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The British Front HAIG EXPECTED TO ENFORCE A DECISION IN FLANDERS. GERMAN PAPERS COMMENT. ARTILLERY FIRE INTENST. (Published by "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

The British Front j+i if Ait; expected to i:\foiin: a decision in flaxdeks. german ru'EliS ctwiem. AltTlLU-RY FUJI: INTOSi:. (Published by "The Times.' Commenting upon -.-ho ircltu:.;; -n Flanders the '•Berliner Tagebiatt's" military ox,pert says : — ''Every man in Flanders is convinced that the 'British enforce the most serious decision of the world w.tr there." The Zeit tit:ex pert comments upon the deadly •-ri_isli skill in artillery rire and the tenacity, of the infantry attacks whose wave- on wave methods are generally likened to: a steam roller. ; (Renter.) j Field Marshal Sir :Pondas liaiii re-• ports :—Considerable hostile artilery-' ing is taking; place north-east of Vpres. and in the neighborhood of Stcenbeek.; Our artilleryiug continues. |

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ROYAL HALL. JACKIE SAUNDERS IN SUNNY —TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

royal hal; JACKIE SAUXD5JRS IX r***. $ —TO-XIGHT."""' I: The chief feature o: gramme at the Royal the re-appearance in the bright and talented J-±: ders, who takes the five-act comedy drama, Se this very amusing aad clev;;: is the very spiric of : the romantic girl onat'a™.£. student in a boarding audience simply roars -; for the greater par: their hearts are touted derstandings occur :i S love affair. I: is imposfiVe:-; details of the story. 25 upon incident throu: ; follows laugh, each : " r the other. Jackie lightful actress, and he ::: piquant; manner end?*:; one, and her appearance::i ■Hall to-night will d? large audience of adsi:;:-. 2 ond feature of a big vided by the eduea;io:ui't^.". are extremely inreror::. at* Oddities in Film Fcrr and Jungle Vaudeville. high order, and SDSe :: very amusing. The f.'.i: Elephants is in itself >: mission money. Top: comprise the baiaao programme. The programme ~i ' ced till S.15. to alio* port unity of being

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ENTERTAINMENTS FOYLE'S PARAMOUNT PICTURES THE ICED BULLET—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

the iced bull ■ My^'rv -iU bebu^-. ; Paramount. Pictures at~v-'^ .3f you would like to s;I" . that is full o: t^nse «=:•.->„ ]>opuiar actor. W'.r.s^ 'r''~ *v. The Ir:;-d -Bnilo;, a^Tr^"'' : su'bjcci. 'Richard BetrV^ i New Yorker, spends v i magnificent lodge ia •■-. ■ • • Adriondacks. »H!s t | his v.-srd. Donald -Grs i fldential secretary, p^r' .his companion;. On • ■ giving. Greene is c: , on 'business. He leave; he is deeply in \y;, , jealous oi Ross. Tha ^ ; Greene receives a : statins her father ha; ! begging him to co i tective. Greene -brLtss •< 1 alist and his assistant .It '< tive and his asd; j unravel the mystery. a-..JU_ 'fines* drama; ever sect - | is rich with surprises, '■•.vita suspense throughout ' iBullo: had a tremendous rr... at the Majestic' T'aeat: ! and throughout the sukfjs, , ing from the interest in its appearance hr-r*. tS ; be a very large attend ' Hall to-night. An e ; Triangle comic, Grai i uring Al. St. John, aad a ! topi...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCI[?] CASTLEMAINE BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

AUSTRALiAN NATIVES' .a: nt. . s ::u5t-r •* *0;i. I:2<; ?: -r-Lv:J:;K ^v: • *"' *'vi" '"t"1* :Vvivo.:.' •V "0 ::: ;s:i; S:uV,v;tjc ;i V;;.v -".vd dsMX.Hc C. :' ?•> :'o '•no ca$u!m ?:x :c ss ^'oL'oivs :—p?e$ vi^f-p.-osidtvr. Stvmarr. Mr (1 P. K it Cj?U::;£: : ••'*•'" (5. \. W'.Ukmor.: J. Vm:oo :i::d • cx::c^scc. Houso a-;J G. P. .W {nv'o in1 elected). - House. v\ K. Su'ntMia:. no. A. v. F.jr;;ro;:.;. ■ V. G. Hu?'^s Ac ;.':o ;-ex; :::p: ° f'-'-'ie; -president oi' ; M. Davino, v:U 'be pK deliver an address on :.''2 the association.

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RETURNED SOLDIERS [?] TOWN HALL—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

'retrrxe'd sold: TOWN" >HALL—TO-': The appearance in Cas.ie:i!3ir.e e: party o: retur L been organised J rieally to help ! I sociation for re • ! '-ia's sighting :c [ | siderable iocal ■ { The coinl>:n:!:'"> I entertainments j'owv.fi since it; i j nioarli. and has ; the nress a: the » 1 iing the perto: ^ !shou\ Every n 1 j and has been rot servieo. and a 1 I generally enjoys1 ed those -w'u x'... i>:- ■ support the in "> ->vork the V.JLC.A. :s f' ; soldiers on every

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP "Zekle crep' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru' the winder."—Lowell. A BLOKE ON OUR PUBLIC RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 14 November 1917

CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP   (By "ZEKLE") "Zelke crep' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru' the winder."— Lowell. A BLOKE ON OUR PUBLIC RESER VES. We 'ave some public town reserves as give a bloke the pip, As wild as natoor left 'em, bad as any rubbish tip: As gardens beautiful they might be bloomin' as the roses, If councillors had looked a little   farther than thir noses. They calls 'em "lungs"—the Borough's "lungs." wot keep diseases orf, All choked with weeds and dust, as make yer suffercate an' korf; If yer sentimental, and yer want, a place to take yer tart, These break yer ,'eart! I sez to May, "Look 'ere, me peach, we'll wile away the 'ours, A-settin' in the East Reserve among the lawns and flow'rs."   Sez she, "Yer must be dilly, if it's smoodgin' wot yer needs, Yer don't catch me a-settin' on ant's nests an' prickly weeds: Wot say we 'ave a 'spider' at Travag lia's down the street, A ice fer two at Macafee's, where all the lovers meet?" I...

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

maama | COMMERCIAL. i ©EXDIGO STOCK .MARKET. 1 Cattle.—111(5 yarded, including sbout f>50 stores. The supply of trade cuttle was a 'good one, niid consisted of all classes, prime nullity hoius very pro minent. Quotations :—il'rime bui'oeks, medium weights. £ 15/10/ to £• 2-5 17/8; good 'bullock?, medium weights, £1-3/10/ to £17; useful 'bullasks, me dium weights, £1! to £15: prime lightweight bullocks, £15 to .£'1*5; good 11 gilt weight bullocks, £12/10/ to £13/10/: prime cows. £ 15 to £ 17/ 10/; good cows. £3.-2/10/ to £ 18/10/; useful cows, £ 10/»10/ to £11/10/; pri me heifers, £14/5/ io £18/'; good hei fers. £12/10/ to £13/10/; useful hei fers, £10 to £.11. •Sheep.—G71S penned. .Shorn sheep •constituted practically the whole of the supply, there 'being only a few pens of 'Woolly. 'Qnofaiions :—sPr-'me crossbred wethers, shorn, 29/ io 37/; good crossbred -wethers, shorn, 25/ to 27/(5; useful crossibred wethers, shorn. 2:'/o to 21/; prime cross-bred Ave!hers, wooily, 40/ to good...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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WOMEN'S BUDGET FASHION NOTES AND HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

WOMEN'S BUDGET u. — L FASHION N0T£3 AND HOME HINTS, ? One very pretty sports hat seen the other day was in slate grey, with an odd oniiamcni in front. The hat was •made of chenille, and made in a mush room style.. Chenille is very light,' and 'light hats are 311 ore comlortable to wear than heavy ones. The 'blue ornament at one side in the front, was made of chenille, too,, pleated and twisted kxro a son o'f conventional rose. This hat would go very well ■with a sport suit of rather rough, grey material, somewhat like homespun. Another .was a sailor shape, in a 'bright dark green chenille. The trimmings consisted merely of a twisted cord of the same material and color, tied aro und the crowr., and ending in a bow •and loops, with slender tasseled ends at one side. » e » © o 1 Another of -brighter green, more of an emerald hue, had a pair of roses in deep rose pink chenille '.villi green lea ves and stoma, on ihe iro.'u of the ero.wn. -Sill! a third green hat was a small, narro w-bri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

■' 11 7J LET. ;A~tR SALE, EiC.j i ~j: comeback ranis for sale. ' AA Oliver, Elpiiinstone. ^'AXTED.-4Van;ed to buy ' second-hand pianos,' c:'.i college or kindergarten •?:' _ro:i frames. State ±*i:;j:ie?. Apply Box 439, G.P.O. S'lSiXESS NOTICES. -AAi-A.-Very special lines, in A".'::. . irs, a: 4. 11 each. Very •j Sciwioti the new capaline a:. t.ijeA. A all the newest -:-Sl -"'e;u variety of the 'r"'-'v-:-r>. .rear. ninon -veils, ■ A-; .".■..ive-i. Barker street. Ti'iix Deserves another. z v.- a;id -i:i re ;;v-> re--'; goods, cleanii ' A price?, and prompt A A A:;ier. -Barker street. "vy-~^'>'AerA Electric Corn and A::e. rc-moves without A-; 1 . vler's Pile Cure, __ 4uur.;.r.ee with every( A ;x A--:.; ;.>r C'asUemaine, I "■ Ar;., merchants. | -vi? still have \;r:nens, quality : i.if-.'t.ng. A\ e j Sold in anv» ;--.r.'.er, grocer, Bar and Expert j eyes pro-j is, whose iil will ensure -- - ami suit-, able charges.' a'.Ivt. on page - Column. - r spot cash ; rooms, Barker worl...

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YURSES FIGHT MALARIA. [?] Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

j yrws I'lii-ST "ALAKIA> Special Cable.) Siuonika report? that .•"> Australian -nurses under Mat Wince are in good .i *.iosp:tals are raagnifi --v:::i nr.'.larin. and orb or despite the most

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[?]TRALIAN PRISONERS. [?]E FROM HUN PRISON. [?]EE ARRIVE IN LONDON. [?] Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

i[Vf'l W-!-AS PBISOSEBS. 4 :.,tw FROM hon -prison. ..;?rr ARRIVE in LONDON, service special Cable.) jp:*:v.i;es who were ;va".vv.iur: have escaped a:;(i have arrived in

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