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CASTLEMAINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
C VSTLEMAIJiE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. -4— Adams, F. W. Archdall, Wm. • • •• •• ■Ball and Welch Pty. Ltd «o Bassett Bros. " !, Bayley, E. I., Campbell s Creen .. 1 Bean, Albert Beckingsale, G. and Sons .. •• (Beckingsale, (Herbert ill ■Benevolent Asylum 40 Bennett, J. ^ Best, &lt;Xeweil ,and L-awson .. • • vBitliell, F. J- • • :Blume, Ernest H. R., Barker s Ck. 12* ^ Borland, D. M 1 Brother ton, Mrs J Brown, D. 0. Butler, W. M. 10_> Cameron, Jonathan ^ Carter, Amos and -Co. • • • • 30 Carter and Cowling I'"1 Carter, E. II., priv. res 128 "CASTLE3L1ISE 3IA1L" .. •• 4- ] Castlemaine Bacon Factory .. 105 Castlemaine Butter Supply Co. 19 Castlemaine Gas Co., office & works 10 Castlemaine "Woollen :Co. Ltd. .. jo Castlemaine Electric Supply Co. 74 Clark and Sou S Clark, G. II • • • s Cock, ^ i Cocking. 00 ' Coffee Palace (R. Bailie) .. .. ST Cooper, W Cornell, F. y 1 Cornish, S. M ^ Cornish, 8. M., priv. res. .. 12?> Council Chvb Hotel (J. M. 'Houston) 73 Castlemaine Fir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
P & a v.; On retirinsr touch spots of dandruff and itching with Cuticurn. Ointment. I\c>:t morning shampoo with Cuticura S:»;;p and hot water. This treatment do.,s much: to keep the scalp_ clean and healthy and to promote hair growth. Sample Each Free hv MrJ!« 4,R. Towns l:z Co., Sydney, N.S.V/.'. £?o;:l !>y dealers iliroustiout lUc world. r S if C:: Be old! Here is the way to rain hair anu skin beauty, and youth time will en dure :—' , GREY ilA'IIl—h* your hair is prey, ' it can he broughc hack to its natural youthful color S:i a few weeks jits: by rubbing fluid Lithane mso uso scrslp. Lithane is a ctuions Uttiih r.>r i; ha> • he power to put bsjk imo crey hair the color thru h.vs been lost. (»rey iiair -is jiu-r hair with the color ou: of it. Lr.thon:'. puu U back—puts it buck into the thousands ot ti:sy calor-celi n each hair, so that, in about»three, •weeks there will nor. -bo a trace of greyne?s to be seen. u is not a (lye: does not stain the white it fabric...
CASTLEMAINE SLOGAN THE REGENT COMPETITION. THE TASK OF THE JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
CASTLEMAINE SLOGAN rt THE 'REGENT COOdPETITIOX. THE TASK OF THE JUDGES. Over 200 slogans were submitted for the prize awarded by the Forward Cast'lemaine Association. They pro vide interesting reading, and batches will he published in this paper from day to day. Castlemaine supplies all needs, the Ko o k ah u r r a' s c a 11 i n g. Pleasure, profit, health, and brain, All obtainable at Castlemaine. Come and see the 'beauty spots of •Castlemaine. Come to Casl'lemaine, for health, in dustry, education, amusements and happiness. •.Boundless as the bounding main, Are the advantages of Castlemaine. 'Castiemaine, the centre of the State, Facilities good, cliumc great. For longer life with your life-mate, Choose Castlemaine's charming clim ate. •Hilly, happy and healthy Castiemaine. Don't die without seeing compact, clean, and captivating Castlemaine. A prosperous future assured by atten ding the Castlemaine Technical School. Castlemaine climate 'for good health, Finest resort in the Commo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
The man who luis a cave for his appearance, and who wants real comfort, will appreciate the com- j ;forta!ble dress satisfaction, that "Jvme" wearables assure. Get your summer clothes here—the 'brand on any "Jane" garment guarantees it to be the BEST summer wear for you. WHATEVER you require, whe ther for (business, sport, or dress wear, you can buy it at Jane's, feeling -SU'RE of the very best an quality and value. Unequalled in j wide range of choosing, i-rrepro- I achable in quality and style—our 'better men's wear -warrants YOUR particular preference. The A. C. Jane Co., OASTLEMAIXE. THE ATLAS "SLOGAN" "Everything for Everybody in the Paper and Allied Lines." In addition to having 'best Fruit and ■Confectionery Bags, Best Greaseproof Paper for Buttermakers and Grocers; Hait-bags for Milliners, and General 'Stationery, the Solo Agency has been secured from the UNITED TYPE WRITER SUPPLIES CO.-for nil type writing l'oquisites—paper, ribbons, oils, carbons—full ranges, and the ab so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
pi LET. FOR SALE, ETC. for dairy farm, 15,. jiccaaa. Mount ConeuUa :=,■ .-.va:ued for light duties, ;.'v;;c. Mrs Foyle, "T'wic .-' 'Terpleioa street. n_A voting uirl to assis.: OJi's "J- il- ElliS. t:c;t. i —\ eoaoral. Apply, Miss Voatnnetu H.ti:. —Uia-'-k Orpington liens, • c tag and broodies, ^atao. Oakland-Marville. Guildford. roomed house, with ;"~i copper: coo J situation. Garage. LIT— House. 0 room-, 3 min frorn post, cilice. Apply, Campbell street. :Hxso -Workers -Wanted, spare profitable employment"; iij-sinina'. three s-tiunns. Tor r?.. Melbourne. Sl"S:XESS XOTiCE-3. ■::a;o?s aad ne",v onions, fresh .!•:. Bailer. grocer. Barker st.. i j-Saunders' Electric Corn and %rt Cure, removes without i . Saunder's Pile 'Cure, £10 guarantee with every Sole aaeats for Castlemaine, tCI-rk a*.id Son, merchants. '?. Clieeul'' says the chicken, I "Give me some of Bailor's Chick "Cluck, Cluck!" says the hen, Ciick Food is the cheapest Ih." Any quantity. "W. M. Barker street. -XERY.—Very spec...
HEAVY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
HEAVY BREEDS. (B.O.—MarviHe P.F. .. 7 169 R.I.R.—11. ,ilc.\r.bb .. 6 15G !B,0.—-.Mrs Vick .. -1 1-12 iB. 0.—0 a k I a 11 d s P .'P. .. 7 141 'B.O.—C. Illhig-wortii .. 5 ■124 B.O.—'C. Godding .. 5 ,122 ©.0.—>H. Sliaso ~ .. 5 115 B.O.—J. Ely . . .. .. 3 107 ©.0.—IB. Barker .. 5 1107 B.O.—IR. Williams .. 4 105 B.O.—J; Dami .. .. 3 - D-i 'R.'I.R.—E. T\'. Hippe .. 6 S3 B.O.—iH. .M. Ciipstone .. .. 5 79 iB.O.—itl. AlcBongall . . 6 75 B.O.—A. E. Robinson ^ .. 5 73 B.O.—A. L. Anderson . . 3 69 (B.O.—A. :Mei;lierall 5 G6 'B.O.—A. Welcli , . 3 5S
CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS DIED OF WOUNDS. PRIVATE GEORGE R. GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
gsstlmiije district scisiEEs I )IED OF \ * m:>:a PRIVATE CF.OROp r 1 giiav Another rrr.rV.r-. fV Private 'J cor;-; >» made tno purcern* ?•>.,/«, ^ra?.has died o- v-o-;::.:, ;•. >vl;, died in the It; !:.uv:'r^ '^C:bn-He pital. France. [Jo 0v;a:;.":ner« H05. -vhere his par- ;;;, an extremely v0.p,'„", "e ^ was -:n Campbell's 1/V"an' »;i a bom U :nor::h- v--> 1 -1 ,!oi; i#^# frlofe service, a:; : h:y q^;.^°:i -:iv, in Flanders. '''e :5 - aar$e
ENTERTAINMENTS FOYLE'S PARAMOUNT PICTURES. BLUE BLOOD AND RED—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
ENTERTAINMENTS 1 foyle's pai:a': blui: to-xight. ; Dismissal dram •c o. t-~e. and disu : Oil by bis milium .ire tataer, Air- P; i pont H.uht-hec.rtOi i'y sois forth h iti; : f'O :i.p. "Fiat main. ca r to sse Ameri;a. ! He kidnaps Petek us. the family l : Af:er many days if a •' hi '-is coin;, th au:o pioneers f>n:S T a.-: "isolvoj ;t:.:::i;; ; ia Ro.1 Uuleh. V; ma. Algy a:;; ; 100 dollars and a r-;i \ '■ .i'i j"v ; lug ou; a lee a". ' acre." A'r ! meets Mildred I\ ma 'est. and ..a: ft her accepts a job or tito rare, it -fa father, 'bisr ihl" P una rest, ft::-. : foreman the r .. - itt '".•;• ~itit ' Mi I u red, ana is j v. la Akv ■ determines to ;lai -'h 1 ire. by fa.tr tuat; • or fou!. and his o ■ a a - sot: ; >'os. Ruck and Ah; are i ; horse-buying exp - "r - :et ."ha f. dollars, and "nek ■emu'-vs Tf;• "stick up" mats : a ste .itaoexi T;-: foregoing is :he s 'art aag of the :ot :: the huge -William F. pactoplay. Bit; Riood and Ke . ; :s tae irur ;• traction n:i a a a",;-;rtt...
WOUNDED IN ACTION. LANCE-CORPORAL HARRY FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
LAXCE-CORFOR '•; HARRY FORB. I l,r.icc-Cor?cr^ ib.rry Fo*5, ; Cr. 13. iin;! Mrs Ford, ot Cxmi'.r"'; Creek, is hav;::- his nil o: liK-k 0:1 \ry.' i • ■: i e - s 0: Fnn:^ "r;; er;r.:ra:,:o:l Cover 2 vinu-:u ; whiis: in ti'io rrenckes jv.£t on hU;::;. ' val nearly : ■■•&lt;•" 0 year; a?e. zi& valldesl homo. il-linl:.hi? i;=e-; ho v.'.\s au.-i" in 1 lie ""c.nche;, :r. • '.vn-; si;iy ".v;:e siirhriy > tied. Vci:erd-.iy hi- pare:::; ro:=:v;i word ::ui: s^'dier so:i i ' .•• dan-eroiisly wounuci. a:sd :.:e iu;>;;; all is t'.ia: it ^'i'l :-o: fo aiuiclpa-.eJ.
ROYAL HALL. THE INEVITABLE—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 17 November 1917
ICYAI; ITAL THE IXi-: T Ai —T 0-XIOHT ■The .five-; rii ev; r a bio. -e loading •o A:-: n:\r.v..i. it the Royal Hal'. :: ir :aki?:! !>}' Ai-'1-1 I ; -Vnssoa nntl Chester .Baraert. tw c I "Je ;1!ost popnlnr the younger whorf I -1.' artiste .who are rapidly fer ••*'n£ '*io:r w;3v iho front. Tas -ory deals wfj >i 3 :"rivo'o;:s, se!5s'i 2"-l \i)ung '.v:;o.'.v'io ;> living-htlppf' •jnrh her mi..-Vm.i and chill bin - ''■""•id or ,so.";£- :o parties ana danc^' ;^c one of these she moots West, as a«* '*'• *in&lt;l i ho;r acquaintance ripens to * V1*. '^ 'ovc. Titt'1 ];i!.-oa:id dees en?!.'" tiling possible to save his mis, bik wiih°i;r aw;:, and she eiopes ^ N est. who after a nine tiros of he* a"^ v.!;;; ^j- ;,;s mod els. The ?!i" i:iS' ''vifo detect? him making !&lt;?re ^ model ana a highly emo.icnsl s^'5o follows, after which she is c?* °ri' fcy him. The fare of her c2i»« °°mos (o her. and she lierermn^s J So to the chl tc-vn :o see it. eeed^. ami some very pathet...
Russia GOVERNMENT IS DEPOSED. AMBASSADOR SAYS ALL WEIL. JAPAN GRAYELY CONCERNED. [?]; By Wireless Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
f'ovi: u^-vf is m -'''oh says - \ll "HAVely f I'CSfEpv 3EH. B'^cv:5iP, A r. p..:- nies^a-' .Vouravlerf/ o;■ Ji_-;,-.} rlla T.;'v^-y "CV0i:,;•■] :i; .:.... • :L :or ernmo:u, w-hl-h rovii-o:;i 'JJ (Renter.) 'utU,cr •°-r-ls "te lav $>■*., news rc;o:vcd from Russia, tne '•viro-eja message rs:e:v?^v," W day aiterao^. ay as a telega, ££ Sir C.oor,-c Buchanan, the w bassa-ior a Pstrngr?.! v.. >1-^' • ratt.ia i Sweden). cti Tues'hvj-, he fa:J. "All Is veil." The Russian Embassy &lt;a T/r.„ i,.? r.::3: jiy«. Tee!":!::':; "on-nraiv.ca-.ioi i ' v»:: :lus-ia a:.a -bpin has off. is gravely cinco:?.*; Ina 'hr- Tinr-?lau tltnatlon. TIi.; Cra:::i! 'Ministers U and an important development U ri. orally expected. (United Service Special Ca';V( That the position la Russia 1; -• chaotic i; proved ay the taet Bolsheviks have again • ak?n T?a-v Seio. Telegram* from Odessa, the East, state that General Ah-;; General Savinof;. and M. K?:-:; have formed a new military r.:;: •neat. The Bolshevi...
FRENCH MINISTRY CLEMENCEAU SUCCEEDS. EXPERIENCED MEN CHCSEN. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
FRENCH MINISTRY r CLE.MEMCEAU SUCCEEDS EXPERIENCED .MEN CH03EX. (Reutor.) i 'M. Clemencean has succeeded m forming a Cabinet, in succession to thit of 'M. Painleve. 'which resigned on Tuesday as a result of an adverse vote on the refusal of 'M. 'Painleve to srant a day before November 30 for a discus- ' sion of the Government's internal pol-i icy. ; The principal memb#rs of the- new; Administration are : — >M. C-lemenceau, Premier and iMinis-. ter for -War. j "M. Xa'il, Minister for Justice. i •M. ;Pichon, Minister for Poreiri Af-1 fairs. , M. Pams, Minister tor the Interior. 1 'M. Klotz, (Minister for -Finance. \ M. Georges I-eygues, Minister Dr Marhie. (M. Clementel, 'Minister Tor Com merce. •M. Loucheur, 'Minister for Munitions. >M- 'Simon, Minister for the Colonies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
•yp. S>0_53-l3"ti fhen Selecting a Gift C5§"53 v 7 M F. Newham's Ksa-2?g» ® ~W £a,3?2L©€3L As s c&zs^isiELO-*© a2.-fc OF IT-TO-DATE GOODS. jlOrB CIIKISTAIAS PRESENTS I'OIi the boys AT THE FROST at Z.QXCE .r" - : ' IHE LATEST novels OX HAND; ALSO the latest MAGAZINES and WEEKLY papers. 5. ra &lt;3 t-pSS IfaB to\8 yF1 IN 1 V S ^ El C ARK EI? S'lBF-ET. Over the Top95 N'I'abso.xs (n;lbo ur?» e ), re gist erei> fastest tdie FOR the ASCOT—2S Seconds. '*• 1ULS0X (AMATEFI5, ( ASTl EUAIXE), ox A standari) H Alt LEV. OALNED SECOND PLACE—:'- Seconds times ix the second ROUND : — parsons (Harlcy). SSscc. WILSON (;Harlev), 32see. booth (Indian), ;;0soc. BAYLEY (Indian). S7 2-osec. blake (dndian), 17 3-5scc. HUNT (single cylinder E.S.A.), •iSsec. ^'E'SEtwo PFPFoini* vr^'s a?l\ inst all (ojikits. Acaij '""VKs ni}] SUPERIORITY OF THE 0 ARLL'l-I>AA Il>S n OVFK THE ORDINARY ROAD jl \( IiIM>. ^Ws no-funking where Harleys are. U }j, *l!ls and Roads are alike to the Harvey...
SATURDAY AFTERNOON COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
SATURDAY A'FTERXOOX COMPETI TION'. Another rink competition was played on .Saturday afternoon, six rinks com peting. The play was very keen, and ■the green in capital order. After throe rounds had been played, teams cap taincy] by J. D. iltuson and Wm. Arch dull, tied with 3 wins each. In the play-off Unison's team beat Arclidall's, 0 to 2, and won the competition. After noon tea was again provided by the ladies, which was greatly appreciated by the players. The results were : — FIRST iROUXD. G'iil, 'Short, Catron. Archdall, 11, beat Steiner, Elphick, Penney, Ire dale. 2. Fit is. Lewis. Faravoni, Ash, 0, 'beat L-annin, Spence. Corlett, Jane, 7. ■Tonkin, Graves, Dempster, H'uson, ii, beat Wells, Xewmaii, Cameron, Er rey, SECOXD ROl'XD. Archdall's team 0 boa: Jane's team 2. Hutson's team 10 beat Ash's team S. Iredale's team 7, beat Errey's team, G. TH IRD '.ROUlX-D. Ash's team 10 boa; Iredale's team 5. Archdall's team 11 beat Errey's team 4. 'Hiuson's team G beat Jane's team D. F'IXAI...
KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
KILLED H>v 'ACT 1 OX. CO.vPlO V.—'I'll memory o'fLance-Corp oral Frank Peter Conroy, swho 'was killed in action in Flanders on Sth October, 1817. 'Aged 32 years. Our beloved :hero. Gone is the face we loved so dear, SHem is the voice .we loved to hear; His heart was good, his spirit 'brave; He's resting now in a soldier's grave. — laser cod by 'father, mother, bro thers and sisters, iBald Hill, Muckle ford.