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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDED :aoo::ag e: ;:" ae:a on p;; ; ;I.u ford's n-1^ :'0 '''; -iro~s ',v:^ ^ " ■A-:;a :a? 5?°ri";; -••i. A^r> ;r, bv rao ^0I,""V" will be snan'htea j'rong' I:ic::e^' :ned. and they are s--W". * •. :ho:r Par: of :ne arra^; . a;;on; mo are invited A genera", branch 'vi'.i (:o-nii:".r.». citizens a:--; important •':> in connect:; on Pecenuv beea drawa
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
""""n TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. - t22^^ iVranaford's. &lt;r^v&lt;S^-011 lhc Har Inroad, chil.r5 g;l rb.umu C. JoansuM. orcuaru £ containing money l/b!-;... ^ ikKanica! Garden*. Ue :r,T!ii; 0^ Jmvrnv-^1* 'AVOa 'v,',i=;s01" Ap ii- -irs.Fi?;,c!'iiarker -:uh;i ^^VAX^-U'aiued Co buy j ^.-rral second-hand p-anor, . .-.^'••or'college or kindergarten •■'■ i:'on :'r;'mos- ^ia;e j^sjprfc*- Apply Box 430, G.P.O.. :::is PL'SIX ESS NX) I'lCLvs. 'fn^n'.—Over one thousand pairs Grear value. Low pri piitjn.u Corsets. Airs Foil. ■2ii arapcr. T ■irf],y niaehinc-slieod bacon. L ^'jKiice fresh butier and matured the -best Carmen potatoe guaranteed.. W. M. Bmier. C^-creet. Call and &ee u-i. W c U i):iX'sBS.—Beautiful dainty design?, ii -vi:'u"iuc the latosi styles, a. -i.ijerato' price*. Airs Pell, ladies' ;:.;;jer. u:iUXERV.—Very special lines, in ha:.s% at 4/11 each. Very ..V/:C selection in the new capnltne •••d'har. and agels, in all die ftc.ves I'mVcs; also a great variety cf '...
WOUNDED IN ACTION GUNNER ELI ORMOND PA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 November 1917
GUNNER ELI ORMOND PARR Mr Eli Parr of Saint street an official communication notifying him that his eldest ner Eli Ormond Parr, of %" Field Artillery, had been wounded in the fighting in Flaneurs, &nbsp; ure ot the "•vourui 'va; r.o: ner Parr, who is 22 years of age listed over 2 years ago &nbsp; Egypt, and Flanders has been of the firing line. having been all the big engagements cat';:! front in France and Beligum &nbsp; to enlisting. He was in i Messrs. Elvish Bros.. pubic will have to Inno to 'aea: wound is not of a serious nat
SOROUSH COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
SOROUSH COUNSiL. FOHTX'1 GIITL1 MiiiET i.\3. The fortnightly meeting of the Bor ough Council was held en Thursday night. .Present : —Crs. Freeman (.Mayor), Ireland, 'Macafae, Vandal!, ■Cornish, Cortbel, and Rowe. C OR'RESPQXD-BX'C E. 'Prom the Country Roads Boari], in tima-Mns that, the Beard was again in viting tenders for the re-forming, grad ing and metaiiing iSection 1, of the •C-astlemaine-lBendigo road in the bor ough; also that the Board had accept ed the tender of P. J- Mahoney, of Kyn eton, for re-forming, grading, and met alling Section 2 (Barker's Creek por tion), c-f the Melbourne-'Bendigo road, 'for the sum of £'29S4/lo/$. 'From the same, stating that the Board proposed to invite applie.it :ons for the position of patrolman on the section of the Melhourne-Bendigo mad between r.ho, bridge at Hareoun. and the :Big Hiri ;u. Ravens wood. Preic-r enee .would be given to returned soldi ers -in the district. -'From John Wallaae, directing atten to fbc condition of the foot-pat...
THE ROLL CALL 353rd CASUALTY LIST. 1820 NAMES. 637 DEATHS; 1041 WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
THE ROLL CALL —;—* 358rd CASUALTY LIST. 1S20 NAMES. «37 DEATHS; 1011 WOODED. The 353rd casualty list, containing liS29 names, &lt;was issued uv the Defence Department yesterday, the details be ing :—tK'illed in action, 569, including 40 officers; died of wounds, 65, includ-* ing two oflicers; died from other cau ses, 3; accidentally killed, 1; wounded, 10-11, including 7 officers; missing, 57, including S officers; sick, S2; injured, 9; prisoners of war, 2. .In the list appears the name of Gun ner Walter Henry Davies, of North ■Maldon, severely wounded.
STATE ELECTIONS SECOND COUNTS PROCEEDING. MR FARTHING AND MR WYNNE ELECTED. CABINET MEET ON MONDAY. NEW LIBERAL HEADER PREDICTED. MR LAWSON MENTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
STATE ELECTIONS J, : SECOND COU.\TT:S PROCEEDING. -MiR FARTHING AND MR WYNNE ELECTED. •CABINET MEET ON .MONDAY. X&lt;EW LIBERAL HEADER PREDICT ED. .MR 'LAiWSGX MENTIONED. 'Returning officers and their deputies were engaged yesterday o;i the second, and in some cases, the third, counts in the 15 Assembly electorates iii which candidates did not obtain absolute majorities in the first counts on Thurs day. Although fairly safe estimates may be made of the substantial 'final fig ures, the actual result of the state of the parties will not be known till .Mon day. The general opinion is that, whatever, happens, there will be a change ot' .Ministry soon. /Several members iwho have been re elected state that the new House is likely to be equally divided on the question of taking a referendum on the question of scripturc lessons in State schools in ordinary school hours. There may be 31 members for the referend um, 30 against, an'd four doubtful. Unofficial advices received by 'M'nis...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
OHU.ROH SERVICES.. Anniversary services will be conduc ted at the Pre3byterian and Cons rela tional churches to-morrow. At the former, the (Rev. T. J. Smith, M.A., of East Malvern, will be the preacher, at botili services. At the-Congrega tional church there will ibe three serv ices conducted by Rev, F. Woods, ex chairman of the Tasmania;! Congrega tional 'Union, and special singing by the scholars will be a feature of each service, as it is the Sun clay School an niversary. Anniversary services will be held at the Guildford Presbyterian Church to morrow. The Rev. W. McDermui, of 'Xews'tead. nvill conduct the afternoon service, and Mr 'Roberts, of Castle maine, ■will be the preacher in the eve ning. A strong choir will render spe cial music.
MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
MALiDON. A well-known resident of Maldon. named 'Henry Gonsa'l, died on Wednes day afternoon at the age of 60 years. The deceased., who has 'been in failing health for some time, resigned from the managership of the 'South German mine about. IS months ago, and prior to that lie was manager of the Eagle Iiawk Consolidated Company for a great many years. He was born in •London, and after arriving in Victoria., at tlie age of 20 years, proceeded to iCastlemaine, Bendigo, and subsequent ly to the Maldon goldfield, 'Where lie :had resided ever since. His wife died ■two years ago, and a grown up family of five sons and five daughters are] left. The Y.M.'C.A. concert party gave a concert in the Temperance Hall on iWednesday night, and as the result of an appeal for help towards t'heir asso ciation to assist the splen'did .work, ■they are doing, the sum of £50/5/ was promised in the room, and with the 'takings at tihe door the amount will ;be over £70.
The Castlemaine Mail. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
®!jc (Sastfeutahte JUatL 1 S AT L'KID A V, XO'V EMBER 17, lfilT. ITE^B OF NEWS k. Tiiis evening in the Stock Exchange room a mooring of men and iwomen in favor oC the Government's compulsory service proposals will be held to take the necessary steps to vigorously con duct the campaign in t'his district. The meeting is convened by ihe Mayor (Cr. Freeman), who asks all in favor oX the proposals to attend in order to en sure an aflirmaiivo vote on the '20tli of next month. The first Hospital Sunday gathering in this district this year will be at Campbell's Creek to-morrow, and if the weather is lino it 'will be largely at tended. A procession, headed by the foundry Band, will leave the fire sta tion for the resreation reserve at three o'clock, and will be or an imposing na ture. The speakers are the Hons. 'H. S. W. Lawson and A. Hicks, and Lieut. Colonel 'Field. The reserve is looking its best jus[ now, and the outing should prove a very pleasant one, and the collection will no doubt c...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
DEATH. KILLED 'IN ACTION. BOTTiEN.—Killed in action, in Franco., on 10th Oct., 1-017, Private John 'It. (Jack), 2nd Pioneer:BatLalion, dearly beloved foil 01 Charles and Annie iP-onen, of Grosvenor St., East St. Kilda. loved "brother of Genie, 3l::rjario (Mrs II. Fault), • «Laurie, AY ill, and .■Charlie, ;brother-in-law of iHoraco J. Faull, and uncle of Ber 11:0 and -Baby Alan. Aged 20 years. 1.rived by all who knew him. —.Inserted bv his sister and brotber in-lr.w, M. E. and 1-1. J. Faull.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
'U u'Z&VJ® Cl 1£ - CZuf t3»^£S>iiAy Cjcs2sa.email@example.com® *!!?€»-cfLs^jgr AT SrEClAL I!Ai;OAi;-wS r»" ALL I)Ei\UiX.irENTS. §3l-:es.c3L 3jHCs^-s?,s:a±.^ THE HOUSE FOE QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE, -Phone 108. T^TT-^T^y* ^r*rrr-rr,Ts,^tf-A^.AiAcargvsypgj3?a;n^3%asr^^ © JOMiOHiVe HEAD OFFICE *h$w &lt;* SYDN'EY. in tho fof%i General Banking1 Business p^lpai Cities r.nc! Towns of Australia, London, Tidworth (Salisbury Piain), and R*baul. Cable remittances made to. a.id drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and (X.ilectcd. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bankirs and K-,ch:inse Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on filed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Sayings Banh Department 1/ M:nimi!r,i „ At ail Cranchcs, and over Deposit Agencies: Post Offices •*" in Ausi;*.~iia. and Pcpua. Interest at Q0/ um per ann up to 333C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
HOW TO 'PREVENT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "■Coming events cast their shadows before." This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite will fail, you will feel dull and languid. 'If you are subject lo bilious attacks take three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear, and the at tack may be warded off. Sold 'by Geo. Clark and Son, "wholesale distributors.
SPORTING NEWS LAWN TENNIS. RED CROSS TOURNAMENT. PROFIT OF £11/1/6. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
SPORTING NEWS . LAWX TEXSIS. RED CROSS TOUR'XAME'XT. PROFIT OF £ 1-1/1/6. The lawn tennis tournament held recently resulted in a profit of £.11 1/(3, which 'Will be handed to the Red Cross Society. The balance-sheet gives the receipts at £15/1S/S, made up of, entrance 'fees £S/1'3/, gate money £1/4/, sale of 'balls 7/6, donations and collection £2 0/, iea rooms £3/7/7, and bank 'inter est 7d. The expenditure amounted to £4/17/2, the items being stationery, telephone calls, etc. 11/10, advertising 9/, 'tea rooms £1/11/4, balls £1/4/, trophies £1/1/. The profit oi' £11 1/6 is very gratifying.
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE j * CAMPBELL'S CREEK. An overseas contract for 50,000,0001 lbs. df surplus jam was completed iby' the Minister of Customs on Monday last, the sale being made to the Im perial authorities, 12,000,000 lbs. to 'be shipped to Great (Britain, a.nd 3S,000,000 lbs. :to the United States. All the Sta tes -are to participate in the contract, which specifies t'hat the jam is to be packed in 16 and '32oz. tins. The price is 5}d a lb., f.o.b. This huge contract, which will absorb practically the whole of the surplus of next season's soft fruits, involves approximately £1,100,000. The transaction is being financed by the 'British Government. An important consideration in connec tion with jam-making 'is sugar sup •plies. The latest estimate from Queensland is that the output this sea son 'Will exceed -300,000 tons, (while in Now iSouth Wales it is expected that about 15,000, tons will be -produced. The yearly consumption of sugar in Australia is in the neighborhood of 27,0...