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PICNIC DAY SUNDAY SCHOOL CHILDREN'S ANNUAL OUTING. MARRED BY RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

PiCNiG DAY SUX'DAY SCHOOL CHILDREN'S AXXUAL OUTIiMG. MARRED IBY RA'IX. The annual outing in connection Avit.li the Sunday schools of the district took place yesterday, 'but was some what marred by the incessant rain which fell during the day. A public •ho'liday having been gazetted, the n;aj or.ity of the business places in the town were closed, and hundreds of people in the morning wended their way to the station. Kyneton was chosen as the rendez vous for the Pres'byteriau, Church of ■Christ, -and Oastlemaane and Camp bell's Creek Methodist schools, the. Baptist, school chose Malmshury, Tara dale was selected for the Congrega tional school's picnic ground, and the Church of England school journeyed ■to Lake AVeroona, tBendigo. Two spe cial trains were chartered to convey the picnickers to •Kyneto.n and the in termediate stations en route, and those desirous of spending the day in Beiuli go made the journey bv a special train ■which left 'Castlemaine shortly ibcfore 9 o'clock. All t...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CORRESPONDENCE [?]WSTEAD SHIRE AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

CORBESPONDMDE TECH-VI . ygUr issue of ro-Jay .r j)Oiioo ' a discission which! ,f our test council ineeikig ^lyc-jee io a r~hip for the ';,.v ;! person 0.Ci;ers under :hc :i0:i} tIe -rJiin:c' %•'..•• | vvoi:?d like ;j i;ifo> m j iha; :o a;y aihd I an' no: —11 '"';S'V'S of the! iCi rexeien:. 1 :r.:iy s;:ue that | acquainted 'wi^ Jlie position our shire, .which %• -J-'lUUi iiy" !10!- f an! I Vmy opinion vrhe-n 1 j I wnsMer all money available j :;.f jo an'Iiscd in Providing com-j 'our l'r.ive boys iwho are do- j l!ono:'. and keeping "-'Ie? flying reference to his remarks re X:severosiiy■! would a?k"Fti(ur ;'",*3ro«' off his mask by acting in manner. The Red Cross ';.>;:Y5 arc badly in need o? funds, j jwarc. Will his generosity f;r enough <o allow him to don :;!J Cnstiemaine branch of I J':;iC:vss committee? On Iris do I'o, i sns anm* prepared io donate I I.iJ the Campbell's Creek ■ Trus::rg "Puturi-y" will ae-( I - -Yours, ore.. A. F. A aK INSTALL. i;

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

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French Front ENEMY VIGOROUSLY OPPOSED. (Reuter.) A French communique says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

French Front ? EXE7.IY VIGOROUSLY OITOvSEl). (Reutor.) A French communique says :— i iie enemy was 'Vigorously opposed •by our guns, 'whilst bombarding our lines in ihe Champagne region, and some points .in the Argonne.

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The British Front SUCCESSFUL RAID. AIRCRAFT ACTIVE. (Reuter.) Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haigh reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

The British Front —f SITITSSFU A11UKAFT ACTIVE. (.Rou's''') Field Marshal >rrs :— .pjudas H a:-: • "Tho ttcUria,* ra-cl on 'Monday "KV'"~w«eds5,,'J ward o:' Xicup.t:. ^ 0 { tack agains; a post noni— Arnjentiercs. arni!e:i "There -was ?roa{ ;*Lr"n^'.varJ "-T fire this mom: Ypro? An A.i:uir.-;!:y s| aircr.it": b^mbc.! u? ;"\,y oc*% drome oBekir.nD rols Tonght ?e\ei:i! ,en; ®^iJf slior lio'A'u ouo enem. flames." ,"0-1

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

European Agency Wholesale indents promptly executed at lowest, cash prices for all British I and Continental Goods, including '• — Books and stationery. Boots, shoes, and -leather, Chemicals and druggists' sundries. China, earthenware and glassware, Cycles, motor cars and accessories, Drapery, millinery and piece goods, J Fancy goods and perfumery. Hardware, machinery and metals, Jewellery, plate and watches. Photographic and optical goods, Provisions and oilmens* stores. Etc., Etc., Etc. Commissions, 21 to 5 per cent. Trade discount allowed. 1 Special quotations on demand. I Sample cases from £10 upwards, I Consignments of produce sold on account. WILLIAM WILSON AXP SOXS, (Established-1814). 25, iVBOHU.RCH LAME, LOXDOX, E.C. Cable Address : "Anuuaire, London,"

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

CUTS OFF II-II8 'XOSE to spite this Pace. That is what any one does who uses cathartics, purges, violent physics, etc.. to cure constipa tion. The cure is worse than the condition. iBut constipation is dang erous. T'he decaying .waste matter .it /.'.olds inside the body poisons 'the blood aiul lowers the vitality. This •poi-son cf the blood and lowering of the vitality means that one is a prey to practically every disease that the I human race is heir io. Even -con sump; ion is attributed 'by many doe tors to the lowered resisting "power of the iissues brought on by an habitually constin-.Ued condition. Think of it— one's 'body is mado the prey of practic ally every form of disease through const.ipation. Knowing this, how can c-nc afford not -to 'guard himself against possible effects by taking every pre c a anon possible? The sane, safe, modern way ro keep free from consti pation is to use XUJOL-, a harm less, .internal lubricant, manufactur ed by the Standard Oil Company (Xew Jers...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ENTERTAINMENTS Y.M.C.A. CONCERT. TOWN HALL—TO-NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

ENTERTAINMENTS ^ — y.m.c.a. ;ox:er.. town* tia'.i.—to-x: The Y.M.C.A. p.-ir-y. i'-S e;u::v':y of ro: j s-\&:5 "•• -ppoar a: the Tri:: Had "ana:. data ob;oa" .ma •::••••/ -xc-::-' -ro '-V'T'liy a i-o 't " d. a- 'van,ta:a:. •••■ d-aa-a- •::• ;: .r- v ;,t-> '• ao'dor dt aaay. "" •: • d and no saddor an: oadn:^' •idy P150- dan YddadA. d -;>s annna>: no aar"daa an -viiho::' d ■iii'! in. order to raise money »*c oor- tv>r:y whicli appear? aerc "anninc :ha Contntentvoaid:. t on ay has eodcaten cudto a 'At;?: To-:;:c"j:> oanoor: is an nppnd:: ratr:o;:i;n of :ho neapla. .::: i - " Tho ootnpanv d- a very ea?.:.rc ''y ovary nientbar havlru dn:;Y 'rer.ohes. Tito nraa"nnt:ne i; dttdy -.fra • .•aardfda; td v^-3-~" " ' ' ' orons -na..-. nn: a. — y; very niavar a ; annn-naidy addy' i; L< dopau ana 'y'.W"e.i <>n.oo :o-:dad ndi ao iarae rottiraoa #.>'.i:ors a it curry ~ 1 an oaaottr.^-s ato:.; d: tiioir com The "rtaos .' admission are -'yd a:o. and d...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

BEAUTIFU'L WOMEN. It lias been observed that beautiful women always -have good digestion. If your digestion is faulty Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver will correct it. They are easy to rake and most agreeable in effect. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distri butors. Owing 'to the more minute scrutiny of motion pictures now insisted upon by the Xew Zealand authorities, the Censor of Films 'has 'been having a busy time. The toi'i! number o; feet examined by 'him in October was 7-ki.TGO, which was about I.OO.OOO feet above the average monthly our put for some months past. In the past; month •ISO pictures were examined. lOf these Hve were refused a licence, and "cuts" were made in 3-1. The method adopt ed by the 'censor is to examine every foot of the film submitted to .him. •Mr C. E. i\V. -Bean, ofiieial pre^s re presentative w.'uh ;he has com ■pleted an Australian 'Imperial Force ■Christmas book. it is called ,'From the Australian 'Front," and is similar in size t...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CONSCRIPTION MR TUDOR'S FIGURES. WRONG, SAYS DEFENCE MINISTER. TRAINED AS A DIVISION. BUT NOT SIXTH DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

TLTjOR-5 w:rox; SAYS DI5PEXS..E TiU.XED A3 A Div,„c BTT XOT SIXTH w Senator G. F. i>ear;« .in*. Defence, referrh Cr. Tucbr's speech a: Tuesday night, said :ha: excursions into figures haa'b^'f5 tin nappy. -'a "When Mr Tudor refers .... percentage of divisions ess^ ? ; west front." said the Mi-lsiVr'-.f ■fair he should have sir**"'.,*V' percentage referred to ? u-ago me:::. whereas he l-^^r iion mat Australia had t-.v-, pt more tr.up? "acre than Canada n°r rorrec:. A.nin henuDt^"': sayin- >-. the enlistments -P" rso.'fin). s-nd tha: there w»t5 as if the Itl.fiyfi siiDti'.d Cj? to the SS'J.OOO. -whereas the part of the 380.000. 'It also borne i:i mind that more tha:, ' the SS'IOOO have for various ; never become effective, and W ^ left Australia. Of coarse, fur T-j-i got to mention this. •'But the most extraordinary tnent of all is where Mr Tudor figures, that had been previotisi- =-! plied to Senator -Gardiner, a; "1 ! number of single men who -werea"" itito camp under the Proc...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

November AT Hayes and SPECIAL BARGAINS i-<" ALL 1>EPAItTMENTS. SS;20LS3. IOC S'L-S?^ IE. S3 THE HOUSE FOIt QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE, Phone 108. SIMMS! aid Northern District TRUSTIES, Executors, and ipncy CQIPMT, Limited. Bendigo ESTBLISHED 1SSS, D1R3CT0RS : Joseph Henry Abbott, Esq., Mcrcliant, -Bendigo, Chairman; John Henry Goudge, Esq., Grazier, Briinalong, LUaeorna, Vioe-Cbair man; Dr. John .Mcintyrc Eadie, .Wedical Practitioner, 'Bendigo; Cap tain George Victor Lansoll, Bendigo; William Crowley, Esq., Soli citor, Bonaiso: Leonard Vivian I.ansell, Esq., Investor. Bendigo. WREX lUAKiXG- YOUR 7ALT, APPOINT THIS CO.UPAXY EXECUTOR .T-IOXEY TO- LEXD. Office, IS View street, Bendigo. JAMES P. B. McQUIE. Manager. District Agent. : William Yhwiviics, E^., o.r Mc'Cay and Thvaiies, Solicitors, ■Barker street, Castleniaino. AUCTIONEERS' NOT-OEB fr'o W. Adams AUCTIONEER AXD ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. INSURANCE, MACHINERY & GENE RAL .COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, FARM AND T...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC AND POST OFFICE SIDELIGHTS OF POSTAL WORK. A GLANCE BEHIND THE SCENES. HOW LETTERS ARE POSTED. PUBLIC CARELESSNESS. HOW TO POST A LETTER. REGULATIONS EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

PUBLIC AND POST OFFICE f SIDELIGHTS Cj FGGTA'L WORK. ! .V GLANCE BF'HTXD THE SCENES. I HOW LiKTTE'RJS ARE POSTED. PUBLIC 'CMIEL'ESSXESS. HOW TO POST A LETTER. ■R EG U LATiI O'X'3 EX P LA IXE D. A post office letter box ;s an , tunning, unassertive cog in ihc mael .n;J crv of the modern scncme o. and with no personality t0 though, if you exam'me it close. , . ^ will detect more than a tinge °» c>m<~ inn in its expression. It ^ ~ loiters, newspapers, etc., a\u.i an • ruffled nonchalance that won.'.. ---. ■;]v enrich a mining speculator or gam bier, and in no sense docs u to.ct self into the public eye. As a m i.. - ic-'fact it. has not. a high opinion o | public.' It has witnessed so n.uca carelessness and stupidity on t 10 ■ j- J of a supposedly iutellipcent. ^coi» c ta •> "• has becomc sceptical at >ae >■' . - of the official .Victorian _ st:U;^;C" -•elating to sobriety and sniu:;.. ^•ortl. it has become blase, and po: :..-nrnH its duty in the sphere an unkind...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

jcjcf ilsa. !0<0"0l"l3ti fhes Selecting a Gift €3t€3> "tio W. F. Newborn's & xgauzs^sgg"© s^zsslcs. "va^i©^ j^sssosp'fcssa.obb.-fc or up-to-date goods. • i; :•;; ciiiilsimas presents for tiie boys AT THE FRONT AT once. " THE LATEST NOVELS OX hand; also the latest magazines ^aind WEEKLY PAPERS, III IP1 s|(i ha -JW~ ^ it? rs rn vi tt: lb feud tui am karkbf? street. 1!- iursoxs (melbourne), REGISTERED fastest time for the ascent—2s Seconds. ,v'wils«x (AMATEUR, CASTl.EMAiNE). on A ST and alu) hakley. gained second place—.'>- Seconds. •times ix the SECOND ROUND : — PARSONS (Harley), 2Ssec. wilson (il-iarley), si'sec. BOOTH (Indian), SOsee. •bayslet (Indian), 37 2-5sec. BLAKE ('Indian), 47 3-5sec. HUNT (single cylinder B.s.A.). 4Ssec. p^vi: t^opeljeorjlaxces, against ALL COMERS, again "•'us the sri'eimohity OF TIIE 15arley-day1dsox over the ordinary ROAD machines. !]Wes no funking where Harleys are,. F'^v in ^ I and Roads are alike eo the haifley"' ,u J-- R. DDOGA...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

M ETEOROLOGI'CAL OBSERVA TIONS. + Tiie following^ readings are supplier by Mr. .Max 'Pincus, of Market Sauare. The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETEk. Highest Highest Lowest ,Sun. .Shade. Shade. Wednesday 59 52 • BAROMETER. Wednesday 2S.73 falling. The official forecast for to-day is : — Dull and unsettled.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

:\I0J1E TIIAX EX'OUC'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. T!io hab::t!;t! con sumption of more food than is neces sary for those -inn-poses is the prime cause of stomach trou'b'les, rhcumat ' ism, and disorders of ihe kidneys. If troubled with indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and not appetite con trol, and take a >fow doses of Cham berlain's Tablets and you will soon be all right again. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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A SOLDIER'S HOLIDAY VISIT TO GREAT BRITAIN. CHANGE FROM THE TRENCHES. RELUCTANT TO RETURN. CAMPBELL'S CREEK SOLDIER. DRIVER THOMAS SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

VISIT TO GREAT BRITAIN. 'CHAlXiG-E FROM THE TRENCHES. RELUCTAXT TO RETURN. CAMPBELL'S -CREEK SOLDIER. ■DIIIVE'R TI-ICBL-VS SMITH. TIig experiences of.Driver Thomas Smith, of 'Campbell's Creek during a holiday in the United Kingdom may be taker, as those of the average Australi an s'oldi or. AVritiv.» -from France to his wife,'he sends some interesting de tails, as well as a description ot his feelings at various stages of his holi day, especially his disinclination to re turn to the fighting line after enjoying himself amid peaceful surroundings. Driver Smith enlisted from Campbell s Creek over two years ago. iHe thus describes his holiday, and it represents the holiday of thousanas ( ot Australian soldiers. raid in conse quence his letter is of interest :— I have just returned from leave, and I can tell you that il thoroughly enjoy ed myself. it 'never thought it would bo anything''like what it turned out to be. ! left here (Franco) at 3.30 a.m.. and arrived ar the boat at 7 p.m., ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTIC'S. Bor.r in mhul Chamberl-mi'd Tablecs -improve the appodic, strong thca the digestion, inn! rogulaie the liver and bo'.vols. what you need. Sola by Geo, Clark :::u! Son, wholesale distributors. As 0110 of the candidates for the Vic torian Legislative Assembly a; tiic el ection to-day is a member ol the Le&is ■1 ar.ure oi: another State, rhe question oi ellgrbil-ity has been raised. Constitu tional authorities say, however, that there -is -nothing in the Victorian .con stitution expressly forbidding the elec tion of such a candidate. : FOR A WEAK STOMACH. i Take Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomaeli and liver. They enable the stcmacli to perform its i'unct-ions nat urally. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son. Wholesale Distributors. Elsie Whittle, SI, was arrested yes terday morning by Detective D. Com mons on a charge of having she: on Tuesday at her husband, Arthur Willi am Whittle, licensee of the Commer cial Hotel, 'Flinders street, with intent to murder ....

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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SUPREME WAR COUNCIL BRITISH POLITICAL CIRCLES STIRRED DISTRUST FINDS EXPRESSION. DISSOLUTION DISCUSSED (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

Ou! fc?i-ssl Uil JU Jlli jtritish i'oi.iVKWu circles STIiiRIiiD. DISTIJUST FIX!) •; pR'iiissrox. DISSOLUTION r.\'S CUSSED (United Service Fpesial Cable.) •Political arc profoundly «tlr- j red in conne:-.-:ji! -w:;h iiio formation of ibo Supreme War and many sea: ions of the Ii >use of Commons arc i.1 omni:(iiu;;■ i.-. know the exact position or Honor.:! H'r WiI!I:>»»» Robertson, Chirr of ;ho In-nowo'l Hencm! Staff, ;i lid ILxdd '.M i Sir Douglas Ilaig. Long-?ir.r.iu?rins d'.'i rust between. cer tain soldiers and political personages is finding expression in excited critic i-m ia the lobbies. Lord T)orl>y, t»r -for War; Lord C;;r:/oa d Sir ifoV.vn.rd Carton, mcmibcrs of the War Cabinet, and 'Mr A. J. .Balfour. c'-are: ary of State for !"o reign n'airs, conferred with Mr Lloyd Ceoreo i;n Yuesdav afternoon. A domonnraCon "oilowed Mr .WnnYh's (a:1; - ion ia ito i louse, wiiicdi rp;>::e : noac-ane? o? c*v':i"•al n ~iw:■. So;1:;; sngges: that a dis solution is '.■aovi' no'loss...

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

HOW TO i'iir-A'HiXT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "Coining events ,/asi i'noir shadows before." This A e.-'jn::':iaHy true of bilious at; tic-lis. Your navx-; it a will fail, you will j'cmI dul! and languid. If yon are ?ul>jt»cr to bHious a;nicks take three Of Lhaurb-'tiain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear, and the at tack may he warded oil Sold by Geo. Clark and So;:, wholesale distributors. Another blow has boo:1 smisk ?.r the German morals conrbinc, arrangements •hjv'np; -boen made i!:rou;!h Ar \Y. A!. ilnr.hc-; '■'.>} Prime Minisiur. rhc A'tausA:' uf an AiHtraitan fearer J'rour.?Association, whk-h wil! have the c:!A"' :on;rol of the shipping and sci'ini;' c: : .?p»er tor all the priuAral prc-'i.i. or ; a:' the •ror.!mo:ivva:ilth. Aus-| tralia m odu -os'-J0.000 tons c£ eoprcr aj year, -.;aAa; at £5,000,000, j

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Civil War BOTH SIDES CLAIM SUCCESS. SCARCITY OF NEWS. POSITION IN RUSSIA. RESULT OF BATTLE IN DOUBT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 November 1917

BOTH SIDES il,MX SHTKSS. SOARC3T1* OF SEWS. POSITION IX RUSSIA. RESULT OF BATTLE IX DOUBT. Civil War ? (Admiralty-: V,y Wireless Press.'* Startling news is contained in :ui of •ficial message from Russia. issued by the revolutionists, ant! reealwd uu Tuesday fti'ternooa. The jne-r-sa^o is as tolK.'ws : — "Aircr bitter fighting yesterday r.car Tsars&oc -Selo (15 miles couth of i'etro grad), ihe Revolutionary Army com pletely defeated the counter-revoluti onary forces of -.M. .Kcrensky and Gene ral K'orniloiT." 'Continuing, the massage states • ''General MouravielT. connr. moing liio ami-'Kerensky forces, ;u'ier an nouncing the 'latter'* (io.'e.it. orders that measures be taken ior ike c ap tur.} of M. Kerens!;/, and forbid < simi !ar adventures, av-hk-h, he says, arc en dangering the revolution." (Router.) To-day's eta-rational Ri:?.s'.an ;vire less message constitutes the only oiii eia.1 -acf.vs hitherto received regarding ..Mc:k1>v'k .lighting .tear rograi. an...

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