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FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
FREE. i Every woman wliose health is caus ing her anxiety is invuea to write for | a copy o£ our new booklet of valuable information, which should b.3 In every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. 6, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, Melbourne. In reply to the case for the lodge pa tients as presented by the lodge secre taries, the IBallarat branch of the iBri tish Medical Association, states, "The friendly societies build on the popular ity and 'faithful service of their doc tors, and that fact should not. be over looked. (In the event o'-f the nationalisa tion of the medical profession «what would happen to .the vast accumulated' 'funds of the friendly societies?" '
THE LATEST. POSITION SLIGHTLY BETTER. BUT STILL CRITICAL. ITALIANS' STURDY RESISTANCE. (Published by "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
THE LATEST. POSITION SLIGHTLY IIETTElt. i HUT STILL CRITICAL, j ITALIANS' STURDY RESISTANCE. (published by "The Times.") "The Times" states that the Italian position is slightly bettor. but still critical. There is a resonablc chance of their stemming- the invasion if they are able to ho'd out until the Anglo French arrive. The enemy, nor con sidering the losses, renewed attacks from the Asingo plateau to the sea. The enemy forced a passage under the protection of most, violent artillery fire, •and crossed to rite right bank of the Folina and Fagare. 'Mr .T. Yi. X. Jeffries. "The Times" correspondent at'Italian headquarters, says that .Venice is rapidly emptying. Only 20,000 remain. (Reuter.) ■Renter's correspondent at Italian headquarters, says the battle is raging in brilliant weather, on a 75-miles ■front, from the mountains to the sea. The Austro-Gcrnums are launching violent attacks similar to those at Verdun, only more constant and at shorter intervals, .with ever-going for ce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
AT Hayes ao.i Harris' SPECIAL liAEflAlXS IX ALL DEPARTMENTS. 2ECs^:e?:sp:!L£B3 THE 1I0VSX FOR QUALITY AND SOLID VALUE, I'lione 108. AUCTIONKEPJ" NOTICES F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. B-orn Vaiuator INSURANCE. MACHINERY & GEa^ RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, PAI1-M AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. HOTElj AND SHAREBROKEik FARMS, ORCHARDS. HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. CLEARING SALES AND i-'URNii t-ivii. A SPECIALTY. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALES OP— Fruit, Poultry, unci Dairy Produce AGENT FOR— The Royal Insurance Co„ Buckeye Harvester Co. Wiscliei & Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Maiiboatci. The Bendigo Building Society, Executor, Trustee, and Agency Coy., of South Australia. ADDRESS— BARKER STREET. i\l$TLI-EuALl& Phono It. 2. Mf iL !e^ISISi! DENIAL SURGEON. MISS MYRTLE L YAFSELL (Keconkd by the Uejiial Uourd &lt;>i Victoria). MARKET SQUARE, I'ASTLETiAI^E. Phone 96. iiarol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 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 to bilious attacks take three of Chamlberlain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear, and the at tack may be warded off. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. Gile's Reputation Is what people Suppose it to be. One's Character la what people hava Proved it to bo. Heame's sjA ,Os V y-v vf^l^ M, , *, 6b \ * f /n I |r?j % ... ~'* '\ 0 eX" Enjoys both an excellent Reputation and an irreproachable Character. Personal Recommendation is the Best Advertisement, and that is why Hearne'a has been at the Top of the Tree for so many years. V,; -&lt;? ®S§' mr | el ,... „ \ r. ' ■ ' iU^ v;,->: .■: •Tri\ ,.m : i,r^m ^vr!•//^ ^ ifc\l f'ivi Is m 'Hspma, '*«' -m « 1\ // pl j-r^9 /ft p If | A( h0"* y fi fl* &3 r*..f\n. ?/Pan Rifific* !r^r fr^rUnl |3l%l8 k" f* $ 3 & f...
ENGLISH MAILS EXPEDTIONARY FORCES. Mails1for the Expeditionary Forces abroad close at the Castlemaine post, office as under:—FRANCE AND ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
ENGLISH MAILS ? EX.PEDTIOXARY FORCES. . I :ti13 for the (Expeditionary Forcesj a-bnvui close at -t-iig Casilemaine post, oiiice as under : — FiRAXCE AXD EXGLAXD. • Parcels and newspapers, 6 p.m., 20th EGYPT. Parcels, packets, and newspapers, 6 p.m., '19th inst. Letters and registered articles, 6 p.m., (hi 20th inst.
SPORTING NEWS BOTTLING. N.W.B.A. PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
BOTTLING. X.W.B.A. PiEXXA'XT. . "The first match in connection Avith the N.W.B.A. pennant took place on the local green 011 'Saturday afternoon be'oween Castlemaine and Woo ('end. After a very interesting contest Cas tlemaine iwon byifive points. The result.!: were : — C A 3 T Llli\ 1AIX E. Wallish, Xeep, Raker, Xewham .. 31 Ellis, Frank. Rxsmussen, Van •Heurck 21 Total 52 AVOODEXD.. Overton, Kavanagh, Thompson, Gil christ 23 Harris, Daniels, Fisher, Jonglebloed 24 Total 47 'Members pre again reminded that, a match will take place on Thursday next, 22nd ins;., at 3 p.m., against four rinks ifrom the seaside. Players willing to take part are requested to place their names on the board on or before Tuesday next.
NAVAL ENGAGEMENT FEW PARTICULARS AVAILBLE. BRITISH LIGHT CRUISERS GIVE CHASE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
NAVAL ENGAGEMENT + FEW PA'RT'ICULA'R!3 AjVATLA'Br ,E. ■.BRITISH LIGHT CRUISERS GIVE OITASE. (Reuter.) The Admiralty reports :—Our light forces, operating in the 'Heligoland Bight, engaged enemy light, cruisers. The latter retired at full speed. AVe are pursuing. A later message states :—Up to the present no further announcement of the Heligoland naval engagement has been made. Details are not likely to be received until the British ships re turn to port. The 'bald oflieial an nouncement indicates thai, the Germ ans followed the "hit and run tactics." A telegram from the'Dutch island Ane land, states that heavy cannonading '\vas heard all Saturday morning, and a 'message from Copenhagen says there was most violent cannonading in the North Sea, heard between S.30 and 10 o'clock, several miles off .Manone. Great explosions 'were heard at inter vals. Fires on several ships were ob served. ?
HOSPITAL SUNDAY AT CAMPBELL'S GREEK SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATIONS. COLLECTION £11/15/4. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
HOSPITAL SUNDAY AT CAMPBELL'S; GREEK I ■SUCCESSFUL CETJ3ERATIOXS. | COLLECTION £11/13/4. Many calls have'been made upon the public during the past. few months for the support of patriotic funds, and Campbell's Creek, and the surrounding districts, in common with other cen tres, have responded generously; nev ertheless. the claims of the two locai charita-'ble institutions are just a? in sistent and meritorious as ever. and when the annual appeal was made, yesterday at Campbell's Creek, further evidence ci the people's generosity was shown by a contribution of C 11 I.' ■!, which is an increase of £2. 3, 4 on that of last year. The demonstration was held on a nicely-situated spot in the recreation reserve, in 'fine and cool weather. C'r. Brad fie Id, president of the shire, pre siding over a fair attendance, amongst those present being representatives of the Cnst-Icmaine Hospital ami Asylum committees. Prior to the commencement 0: -he proceedings, the Foundry Ra::(i ;;;>d members o...
WOMEN' WORKERS INCREASE. TOTAL EXCEEDS 4,750,000. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
WOMEN' "WORKERS INCREASE. »1 TOTAL -EXCEEDS 4,750,000. OReuter.) It is officially stated that there ore now more than 4,750,000 womon work ers in Britain, of whom 'more than 1,250,000 are employed by the Govern ment, 'Among .them are 670,000 mu nition makers. j The 'number of women workers has increased by nearly 1,500,000 since the beginning of the war.
ANTI-CONSCRIPTION COMMITTEE. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
A'XTI-COX'SCRrPTiIOX COMMITTEE. exthusiastic .meeting. The anti-conscription committee held a meeting at the 'Royal Hal! last evening, .Mr Warren in the chair. There was an attendance of over 200 persons, the larger portion being lad ies. The reports that were brought in were most gratifying, especially from the outlying districts. 'Great enthusiasm iwas displayed: when the victory of -Mr Clough, for i East Bendigo, 'was referred to, and the i good position which 'Mr TunnecliffeJ holds for the second count for Eagle-! ha'wk. Although Mr Cook, the caudi-j date for West Bendigo, was defeated, i pleasure was expressed at the large I vote recorded for him. The secretary was requested to forward the branch's expressions o'f congratulations to Messrs. Clough and Tunnecliffe, on their success. tit was resolved that Mrs Baines be invited to speak at the Royal iHall next Sunday evening, against conscription. The 'following -resolution was also carried :—"That this meeting of anti-j conscript...
REINFORCEMENTS REFERENDUM CASTLEMAINE CAMPAIGN COMMENCED. COMMITTEE FORMED. MEETING'S TO BE ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
REINFORCEMENTS REFERENDUM j + CAiSTLE.MAIXE 'CAMPAIGN* COM M-EXOED. COMMITTEE FORMED. MEETING'S TO BE ARRANGED. A meeting 'was held in the Stock Ex change room on Saturday evening &lt;o make arrangements for organising the campaign in Castlemaine and cl-stric-c in support 6f the Federal Government s proposals 'With regard to compulsory service. The .Mayor (Cr. Freeman) presided, and in the eourse of a few -introduc tory remarks, said 'lie had convenor! the meeting, with the objcct cf considering w'hat steps should be -taken to further the 'interests of the forthcoming con scription referendum campaign. A1! the organisations that had worked un der the National Federation banner had been organised in '.Melbourne, and a central executive had been formed. Dr. Green, -who had represented the Bendigo,'branch of the federation at the meeting, had informed him that the central executive would give them ev ery assistance both as regards fittauce and speakers. 'It nvas necessary that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
HE AX'S TO MO \KKYE Xl'TS STOP xi:kve straix. After a tiring day at the oiTi.co you're apt. to sleep badly. Xext day finds yon uiirerreshed. Give your tirod verves a littel help by taking IIEAX'S TOXIC XERYE iXUTS. They "null you toge ther" and are the best "bracer"' pro curable. li" they are not yet stocked by your chemist, or grocer, send direct to the Sole ..Manufacturer, G. W. HE AX, Chemist, ITS Castlereagh at., Sydney. The price is 3/ per bottle, or sixibottles' tor 17 '3. X 2-1G .Ai'ior having discussed the claims c;T the medical men, a conference of 'Wiliianisittwn and Newport lodges ar-. rived a; the following recommenda tions :—-That a -Medical 'Instiinte be established in the district; that two niedic.nl officers be appointed at a sal ary of £7f>0 each a year; and that the medical officers give ihoir attention to members cr iho institute only. Such of the cable news on this page so headed has appeared in '"The Times," and is ca;bled to Australia 'by special permission....
STATE GENERAL ELECTIONS MINISTRY MAY CHANGE. CABINET TO MEET TO-DAY. SITUATION DISCUSSED. MR LAWSON'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
STATE GENERAL ELECTIONS T MINISTRY MAY 'CHAXGE. CABINET TO MEET TO-DAY. SITUATION DISCUSSED. -MR LAWSOX'S ATTITUDE. That the Peacock Ministry wiii re sign soon is nor.v regarded as certain by mem'bers of all parties in the v.c-w Legislative Assembly. As a change of Ministry is looked upon as inevitable, it is thought likely that Sir Alexander Peacock will adopt the most expeditious course and tender the .Ministry's resignation. (Ministers are to discuss the verdict of the electors at a Cabinet meeting to-day (i.Monday). 'It is understood that, the leading Ministers, including those in the Upper House, favor imme diate action. There are two other courses (writes the "iHerald") open to the Government. One is -to call a meeting of all Liberal members, and suggest the selection of a leader by ballot on condition that the choice of the party should be recom mended to the Governor as the new Premier. The other is to take dismis sal from the House. Adoption of the latter course would throw...
CORRESPONDENCE Y.M.C.A. RETURNED SOLDIERS' CONCERT PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
CORRESPONDENCE ; f Y.MjC.A. iRETUR'XED SOLDIERS' ■COXCERT P:A!RTY. Sir,—'I will be extremely o'bliged if you will grant, me space in your paper for the purpose of pu'bLiely thanking residents of Castlemaine, who in any way assisted to make our stay in your town a pleasant one. d particularly wish to thank the kind friends who so generously billeted the soldiers, my self and wi'fe in t.heir comfortable homos. Our stay has been a very pleasant one, but" the financial result was not up to our expectation. How over, the subscription list is in the hands of llis Worship the Mayor (Cr. A. D. iFi'ceman), and 'will be left open ifor another week, and for the informa tion of the pvJblic generally, I wish to make a special appeal .for the support of all. in .this grand cause, that is seek ing to assist the soldiers fighting our battles. His Worship the Mayor will be pleased to receive further dona tions. Again thanking- you. — lours, etc., I 'GEO. H. 13UI-f>, Manager. i €astlcmaine, Xov. 1...
The Castlemaine Mail MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1917. ITEIVSS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
£ l;S SaacfimmntB jUtfriL MONDAY, XOYE'.M'BER 19, 1017. ITEIVSS OF NEWS T ... 1 ^Council has appointed v r- } to represent 'Castlemaine rne neiinns- of objections to the ap portijinmnn rf the cost of re-forming: •;o !■ •'!s! 1 e;i!nii!e-Rotuligo road. The! -M.iUloii ami Alarong councils have lod-J w.-weh will be consider- j ed by the I'm* wry Roads .'Board in-Mel ni': !';'1 inst., and as it 'is c;3:n,c.-' :-':u Castleniainc has no' been ;'_P!)on,\i fir share c'f the cost, ,v r&lt; Corn:.;.!, .who has always taken a ko\: in the subject, is likely 'O ;»e fivpt busy defending Castle maine's portion. The 'hearing may 1:10 a;i!IU;1-l Licensing Court for this ;!nJ 3'lw:i?;ig districts will be held at :1,e this morning, and will 1)0 °"'cr by .Mr R. ,Barr, chair man ;): tao Licenses Board. Admission to the Town Hall win be ,*,C£' ,0",!'.orro«' niy;lir,_when the popu lar recriut-htg picture, Australia's Duty 'V!t' '■ -^O'waril, win be screened by ;ile S::uo Koeruiting Committee. ilt ...
NEWSTEAD SHIRE AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917
XEWSTEAD S'H'TH'E AND TECHNICAL, 'SCHOOL. | Sir,—'In reference to the correspond ence in "The Castlemaine -Mail" re the vote to the Technical school Tor a scholarship. 1 do not think that coun cillors have t'lie power to vote the rate payers' money to anything of thac kind except public charities. I feel sure that no Government auditor would pass the account -Yours, etc., RATEPAYER. Campbell's Crook, Xov. 17/17.