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MINIATURE MATCH. CASTLEMAINE V. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
lMI'XIATURE :\iatci-i. CA'STUEMAJXE V. FITZROY. A home and home miniature teams' match will be fired against Fitzroy on the local miniature range .next .Monday night. The local team is :—R. Stin ton, R. Bettany, I. Gibson, 3. Leech, T. Arthur, W. .Slncocfc, G. Hall, J. Sands, C. Sha,\v, J. Wells.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
MORE THAN ENOUGH 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 L sumption of more food 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 Tablets and you will soon be all right, again. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. Charles Ernest Clifton, 36, a return ed soldier, was killed 011 Wednesday night, and his &lt;wi'fe, Annie Clifton, who is charged with murder, &lt;\vas remanded yesterday by the Paddington (Sydney) Court. ■An amendment'Was made to the War Precautions Regulations yesterday, I including criminal proceedings for 'libel or slander in the classes of actions which enemy subjecs may not bring 011 account o'f their being de scribed as persons of ene...
ELECTED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
ELECTED UNOPPOSED. Abbotsford.—Corporal G. C. "Web ber (L.). iBallarat West.—Captain M. Baird OM.). -Carlton.—tR. H. Sovlly (L.). :Cast!emaine and -Maldon.—H. S. W. Lawson CM.). Collingvvood.—(M. -Hannah (L>.). &lt;Fitzroj\—J. W. iBillson (L.). Gipps-land North.—J. W. McLac'nlan (L.). G-ippsland West.—J. E. Mackey (N.). Gurtbojvver.—H. Angus (N.). 'Hawthorn.—W. -M. McPherson (N.). Lowan.—J. Menzies (X.). iM el bourne.—A. Rogers (L.1. Richmond.—E. J. Cotter (L.). IWangaratta.—J. -Bowser (N.).
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
IUILV.AY T131K-TABLES. ' JL' • •Castlemaine to Melbourne :—Depart C.3S a.m. Mon., Tues. only; 7.23 a.m. daily; 12.25 p.m. illou. only; 12.56 p.m. daily; 4.11 p.m. daily; 7-4S p.m. daily. •.Melbourne io Castlemaine :—Arrive 0.30 a.m. Mon. only; 10.20 a.m. daily; 3.52 p.m. daily; 7.31 p.m. daily (ex.); 7.57 p.m. Moil. and 'Sat. only; 9.16 p.m., Saty. excpt.; 10,6 p.m., Satys. iCastleaiaine to 'Bendigo .•—'Departs 0.37 a.m. Mon. only; 10.32 a.m. daily; 3.5!) p.m. daily; 7.3S p.m. daily; ,9.21 p.m. (Satys. excepted); 10.11 p.m. Satys. •'Bencligo to Castlemaine :—Arrives 7.15 a.m. daily; 12.22 p.m. Mon. only; 12.50 p.m. daily; 4.5 p.m. daily; 7.10 p.m. daily. Castlemaine to Maryborough :—De parts 10.38 a.m. daily; 4.17 p.m. daily; 7.55 p.m. Mon. and Satys. excepted; £.10 p.m. iron, and iSat. only. Maryborough to Castlemaine :—Ar rives 7.5 a.m. daily; 12.30 p.m. daily; 7.20 p.m. Mon. only; 7.21 p.m. Mon. excepted. iCastlemaine to Maldon :—'Departs 10.50 a.m. daily; 8.10 pan. Mon. and Sat....
State Elections YESTERDAY'S POLLING. A MODERATE VOTE. POSITION OF PARTIES UNCERTAIN SEVERAL SECOND COUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
- State Elections 1 YESTERDAY'S POLLING. A MODERATE VOTE. POSITION OF PARTIES UNCERTAIN SEVERAL SECOND COUNTS. " The State general election took place yesterday, and the poll was a moderate one. There being no contest in this electorate, the interest here was not at all keen. ( 'From fche figures to hand at midnight the Nationalists had the lead, but as there are numerous second counts the state of the parties will not be known for some days. Mr Ry&n has defeated Mr 'Blackburn, and 'Messrs. Keast and Gray have lost their seats. 'In the appen'ded list M. stands Cor 'Ministerialist; L. for Labor, 'N. for Nat ionalist, F.U. for (Farmers' Union, I.L. for Independent Labor, and \\L. for Nationalist Labor.
BOY SCOUTS OASTLEMAINE TROOP. (By Pioneer.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
BOY SCOUTS * .OASTLEMAiIiN?E TROOP. (By Pioneer.) j The Troop has (been hard at -work since ray last contribution, and Friday and Saturday afternoons :have each been well attended. First, Second, and Tenderfoot classes, have 'been gained 'by the various .Scouts, and there is a keen competition amongst the first-class Scouts as to whom the 'first King's 'Scout Badge is to 'be awar ded. The question is, who will ,be first? One visitor to the Troop remarked to the Scoutmaster "It is a long time since I have seen such a lot of happy looking lads." 'Saturdays .have foeen particularly in teresting. At the Golf 'Links tests were given in judging distances, and also areas. This test is carried out by'eye measureme-nt entirely. Result :—Some very good; others, more practico re quired, and 'before a pass as given, the distance or area measurement submit l ted must :be within 25 per cent, of the factual. iSiwimmiug tests were given, with the result that nearly all proved them selves capable, a...
The British Front ARTILLERY ACTIVITY CONTINUES. LINES SLIGHTLY IMPROVED. (Reuter.) Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
The British Front ARTILLERY ACTIVITY CONTIMES. LlSES SLIGHTLY IMPROVED. (Reuter.) iFie'ld Marshal Sir Douglas Haig re ports :— ■Since the capture of Passchendaele, great artillery activity has been direct ed against the village, amd adjacent portions of the,main ridge. After Saturday's successful attacks, the shelling increased in intensity in the whole of this important area, culm'm-i a ting early on Tuesday in concentrat ed 'bom'bardment of great violence on our forward positions. Our artillery replied effectively. (Hostile shelling continues to increase in intensity. The enemy's infantry attempted to advance along fho Westroosebeke road. Our artillery and infantry fire completely broke up 'the attacks, and our lines are 'intact. We improved our line slight ly north-west of Passchendaele. We ibrought doi\vn three, and drove down 'four, enemy aeroplanes. All of ours returned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
(BODY COVERED WITH SORES. rf . EXTRAORDINARY OUTBREAK THAT ONLY ZAM-'BUK :CURED. Mrs' E. iStewart, of 10 Smith street, Summer Hill, Sydney, says :— "My little daughter, Kathleen, had an extraordinary outbreak of sores, which started as pimples and spread all over her body, arms and legs. Tho ugh small at first., the sores soon incre ased in size and discharged a great deal of matter. Kathleen was in such a terrible state that we did not like to take her out. Although she was trea ted by a doctor her distressing skin trouble proved very obstinate. Wo tried a -well-known remedy, which did not, however, cure her. In fact we] thought she would never :be cured at all. "We soon altered this opinion, how ever, after using Zam-iBuk. After dressing the sores with this balm, Kathleen seemed .much easier. Zam Bu.k cleared out the corruption, and besides soothing the smarting irrita tion took away the inflammation. We also used Zam-Buk Medicinal Soap. 'It was soon evident that Kathleen was on I...