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CASTLEMAINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
CASTLE3UINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. 7*7 Adams, F. W. 122 Arclulall, Wm. 137 Bali and Welch Pty. Ltd Co Bassett Bros. 9'' Bayley, E. I., Campbell's Creek .. 12 Bean, Albert B 10 Beckingsale, G. and Sons .. .. 6 Bcckiugsale, Herbert Ill Benevolent Asylum 40 Bennett, J 110 BeS'i, Oscweil ,aiul Law son. .. .. 4S Biiliell, F. J 151; Blume, Ernest II. R., Barker's Ck. 124 Borland, D. M 103 Broiherton, Mrs J SS Brown, D. 0. 64 Duller, W. M. 107 Cameron, Jonathan 71 Carter, Amos and Co. . . . . 30 Career and Cowling S4 Carter, E. II., priv. res 12S " CASTLJC31A1XE 31 AIL" .. .. 47 Castlemaine Bacon Factory 105 Casilemaine Butter Supply Co. It' Castloma'me Gas Co., ofiice & works 16 Castlemaine 'Woollen Co. Ltd. .. 75 Castlemaine Electric Supply Co. 74; Clark and Son S1 Clark, ,G. « 8 Cock, X 13a Cocking, F 55 Coft'ee Palace (R. Bailie) .. .. S7 Cooper, W 90 C orb ell, F 57 Cornish, S. .M 46 Cornish, S. M., -priv. res 123 Council Ciub Motel (J. 31. 'Houston) 73 Castlemaine Fire Station ....
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. (Commenced in yesterday's issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
PUBLIC AND POST OFFICE —.—+ SIDELIGHTS OF POSTAL WORK. A GLANCE BEHIND THE SCENES. 'HOW LETTERS 'ARE POSTED. PUBLIC CAiR/ELESSNESS. HOW TO POST A LETTER. .REGULATION'S EXPLAINED. ('Commenced in yesterday's issue.) When a person conies to reside in, say, Castlcmaine, friends els where address the letters properly for a time, giving name of house, street, etc., hut gradually tliey fluid it irksome doing the right thing, and curtai'l the address to "Mrs .Tones, Castlemaine," and then the troubles of the officials and the grumbles o'f 'Mrs Jones and her friends begin to 'be heard in the land. One would think that letters to sol diers albroad would be fully addressed, but even here the public's rooted ob jection to doing the sensible thing is manifest. Lettcrd to soldiers at the front are often addressed '"Private 'Blank, Xo. 2 Com pany," Wouldn't that make even the chronic grum'bler focus his talent on the public. How is that letter to be delivered? It isn't. It is sent to meet its doom...
FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
imBB. Every woman whose health is caus ing her anxiety is invited to write for a copy of our new booklet of valuable information, which should bs in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, Melbourne.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
at ORIENT LINE OF ttAIL STEAM SHIPS. For . PLYMOUTH AND LONDON. r Via Durban and Capetown Taking Passengers in all Classes. Costal Passages Doolced to Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide & Fremantle. For further particulars as to rates of passage money, etc., apply to D. L. DOYvDELL, BraneirMauager, 312 Collins street, Melbourne. Local Agents : ADAMS BLAKELE1. (castlejiaim;) rnofeie t ary LIMITED, ENGINEERING TVORIvS CASTLEMAINE. DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF THE .MOST UP-TO-DATE 'MIXING & OTHER MACHINERY, SUCTION PUMP AXD BUCKET DREDGES. SUCTION GAS PLANTS, ETC. Supply ana Erection of Plants Under taken in any part of the State. ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. TELEGRAMS—"THOMPSON & CO." GASTLEMAINE. IA BETTER ROOFIXG THAT COSTS LESS. Suitable for covering ihe largest build ings and smallest outhouses. SUB-AGENTS : SS3PO&., CASTLEMAINE. RECRUITS WANTED EYERY :.IVN PHYSICALLY FIX IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. Ago,. IS to -15 years. Minimum Height, 5 feet 2 inches....
The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXVII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
The Law of the Land i By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXVII..—Continued. . "Let me tell you what I know," JJicir ' proceeded. "The night before last Holt came here to blackmail Ralph Kiugsmill. He heard that our host was engaged to my sister, and this gave him his opportunity. He was jealous and revengeful; he could see his way to make money at the same time. He had stolen Ralph KingsmiH's ieiters to Kate Lingeu, and then threatened to show them to my sjster. There was a chance to make money. But the pretty scheme v^as spoilt by ivingsmill losing his temper and near y killing the blackmailer. lie thought that he had killed him. Then Kings mill p!ays the coward; and a pretty price he looked like paying for it. ile goes to bed and says nothing. When he comes down in ilio morning here is no sign of Holt, no sign of a struggle, no blood on the carpet. Why? . Because you Barca have i ragged the body to ...
CHAPTER XXVIII. A Full Confession. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
CHAPTER XXVIII. I A Full Confession. Dick had touched Barca at last. He had sacrificed a great ninny of his dearest ambitions to get this money, and to see it slipping from his grasp was maddening. He was about to burst out indignantly, but Charteris slopped him. "Cue moment," he said. "There is one way of keeping the money which you have obtained, I do you the justice to remark, more for the sake of a woman than for your own. Our hands are not quite clean, so we shall be prepared to make terms when the - time comes. You will permit me to Jespatch a telegram to-morrow in your name to Mrs. Lingen asking her to come down here on urgent businesB as soon as possible. Never mind what for. It will pay her to come in the long run. And now will you please leave us? We have a great deal to do before daylight." Barca went his way muttering. He had the good sense to see that he was beaten, and that Charteris saw the whole of the conspiracy quite clearly. It would be far better to make terms, B...
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
POULTRY NOTES T &lt;3y "'Rose-Comb.") Castlemaine test.—An .improvement! an the scores in 'both sections was ag-J am noticeable tills week, many birds'] getting G in their respective classes, j In the light breed class W. Evans's! '"bird is still holding a slight-lead over! ;tlie second bird, 120 to D. IManifold's J US. The latter 'bird is now looking ■•well, -and when - seen this week she looked O.K. These two wiil be 'fairly close 011 top, if not level, this week. •Notwithstanding the fact that Mani ifold's bird was sick 'for a few weeks, she is yet going to play a prominent ;part in the finish. J. Evans, iwith 6 for the 'week, is a good third on 112, ifol'lowed by E. H. .Carter on 106, with for the week also. Two other compe titors have reached the 100 mark, vi.-z., 'A. Metherall 101, and A. E. Robinson 100. The last two have laid well since they commenced, and have a chance of getting 1, 2, or 3. Mr W. 'MdDougall supplied me with some in teresting figures concerning the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS. Pear in mind that Chamberlain's Tabic;s .improve tho appetite, streng then ;lio digestion, and regulate (he liver and bowels, Just what you need, bold :.»v Geo, Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. -\o sToaior surprise has 'been given to Federal members than the announ cement made' by ?>Ii* \V. M. Hughes, the Prime Minister, in Sydney, on Wednes day night, that no; only have 14 stea mers been ordered from America, on; thai the first of the fleet will be laun ched in about a fortnight's time. FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Ihao Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver. They enable I he stomach to perform its functions nai. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son. ^ iioioialc Distributors. !d : :ic coi'i'so a. spcc'ch before isic^ Cuuvoauon c-i the American Fouo raticn Cf Labor, President Wily on de clared mat tae %var cotiltl no; i?e won unless ail factions united :o sink their duiorenccs. He a warm irii.u.e io Mr Samuel -Gompers, Presidenr of tae l-eaev.vJc.). am! vigor...
CHAPTER XXIX. Balm in Gilead. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
ci;apti::i xxix Crlm in Gi!?a:! strain ev?:;. It w"• "• on ;ae t;-i of Uu.'pVs to-,?-; to declare that he was hi uo strjCfj! OUwOOr. so as he w;;s case*'**: had cor.r.detoly cl-nincc-d he ktrjiv'v tecily v.vih Dm there was stid'rr-a that my??iiicil him. How hr,-i Char?, is arrived at all these tkfinite a:ri f?. traovdinarv results? It was as h h had ilciihcraiely arranged his i;r;s tor this dcnou"n.-;ut. \W£. Ik- had been said during Casrirfs"? absence: the situation was str and uncomfortable. And Rrdv-h naturally anxious to know hes« thing h;'.d zav.Q. Ii ? sronti there ioohiug at Dick i: soirc doubt. The latter sfcrusged cij shoulders with a gesture of" tienee. "1 td::.!,* yon had better go," he mb "The lady is anxious to see you." A .'.da: smile- played ever tit; iaimy f. arur-:s of Kmc Liugca. S';t save i:i a fa.-h exactly wbai had br pvr.v-vl. She was not in the hast no;, ed with C'harteris; it was a • f skatczy after her own heart. E-> .si !v>\ ?ho was safe. She was h r ...