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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. f The following readings are supplier by Mr. .Max 'Pineus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETEit. Highest Highest Lc-v.'cst Sun. Shade. Shade. ■Saturday 103 72 48 Sunday 99 64 33 .BAROMETER. Saturday 29.42 rising. (Sunday 29.46 steady.! The official forecast for to-day is : — Fine generally.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MINING INTELLIGENCE THE NEW FRANCIS ORMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917

-.MINING INTELLIGENCE j, THE XSW FRAMCIS ORMOXD. The several oiiartz reefs uncovered "by sluicing operations in the old Fran cis Ormorid lease, have all been prov ed 10 be gold-bearing, and the princi pal one is prospecting well. On Sat urday some very rich specimens .were broken out, and will be on view to-day in INIr Sara's shop window. A crush ing of 20 tons is being taken out by driving a cutting about -iff. deep right along tho reef, .which is about 2u. wide, and gold can be seen .for the full length. The specimens found on Saturday came trom a point some dis tance north of the place where the first lot of specimens were broken out. The cutting is being extended until •sufficient stone 'tor a 20-ton crushing is paddockeu. Negotiations are now proceeding with the South (Wattle Gully Go. to crush at the company's battery, which is the only cue at Chewton. This mine is idle, and in the Chewiou dis trict the feeling is that the Govern ment shotikl rent this battery for pub lic crus...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 November 1917

SHIPPIXG INTELLIGENCE. 0. ARRIVALS. HOB'S ON',S 'BAY, Saturday. Among the arrivals in tlic Bay to-day were:—iRotamaliana 'from -Launcesion; •Monaro 'from Newcastle; Melbourne from Newcastle; Wainui from Sirahan; 'Werri'bee from Newcastle; Gou'.burn ifrom Newcastle; Alabama from .New castle. 'Sunday. Oonah from Buruie.

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MR OUTT[?] RE-ELECT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

! :;-..'.;rr.;.r:o:i receiv;: jS : day at'tora-.v- -it : Out trim ::a> re-electri tttt:; | tor Mary:.-v\n;_;;- ;;i ;he Le::s'.r>:i '• seniMy by a :r.:?jor!ty ot £1 r?I' i T. M. J-.ido. Tao second c:-::t ; tue foHo'-vinj result Ou'trlr.i Jude ::-n Major::;.- :or Outtrtx t~

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MR A. F. CAMERON RE-ELECT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

MR A. F. CAMERON' I 0.1 r \V. P. Heatj$:shv.v. i , Chief Electoral OSeer. r.r.e; s clay that Mr A. F. Cameron haix ; re-elected- :o the Legislative A?;-r as member for Dal'aousie by 2 ;r of 154 votes over Mr R. I. Arr/!;.; .candidate who was ner. on tir The statement published ;;\ inc. he said, setting forth ; Argyle had been renins i 57 • ority of 316, was Ittcorrer.. ; trihution of the SG;oad : votes when Messrs. A. E. T:ls;.:r ,T. O'Connor dropped out or. , and third counts resperivelj. risii • in the following r.nal n cures. i:ig :o the report 0: the rerarrhti ■cer : — ; Cameron. if; Argylo ih: y . ;

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STATE POLITICS PEACOCK MINISTRY RESIGNS. MR BOWSER SENT FOR. POSITION UNCERTAIN. NO PARTY HAS MAJORITY OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

. atcno* meet evc-nir.-z 'no Pre-rnifjr. ;32 Hv. i'oaeaek. watted on St: and vivw.Y'ii rho ro^,.^;;;?, U(jverii:ue:iT. " *"'4 *; 5 The f.:,vtfraor sskea : carry o-t until their anpoirvrtl. ana they aareoi*** Mr nowser, at ^aa?arar.x * ; Ministers flaitn that u?v ^ , rrt^x.'wr# in their party, A. P. Cam-.-rca. who has e;l Cor DaViumsie. z?£ Mr k'Y'f' . triiH. who won a: >Urybo:oa:-,"?'.: , second count. The other t:i--v"~: ; ?isr c: 2') E-mt'omy ; tabor numbers, 2 ; members. and i> "Farmers' Vai-y. "" ' nen'atives. Economy Ubenls ar.-s ' l"n:on mctv.'sors combine! ^C. nnjoii:y in th? Hott=e. t: ;5 .^erstac-d that na member o:u=y^.| y.-tnirry will acc-em oSce itt'i'aJ onmien: <'ornv»d by other 'h-' Irntaa. A::?;'.* every 2k iration is formal some assi^Cl ; office ice' disar^im?!. that unless s?rae Jpotitl Eiit.r.is-i .Liberal unity will ar.'her.i^ i result et the general tlerioa;. '. Thursday. Sir Alexander Peacock .v<yti; ; no comment on the sugaestioy.; :...

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TECHNICAL EDUCATION ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES. CASTLEMAINE SCHOOL. VISIT TO TRADE WORKSHOPS. AN INTERESTING SPECTACLE. BOYS BEGINNING THEIR LIFE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

TECHNICAL EDUCATION f ■ITS VA'R'IOUiS BRAXOIIES. 'CASTLEM AIX15 S CH 0 0 L. V'ISIT TO TRADE 'WORKSHOPS. AX' INTERESTING SPECTACLE. 'BOYS -BEGINNING THE I'll LIFE IWORK. The need for technical education is more and more recognised, and the im provements which have been made a.nd are being made in all industries are mainly the result of the wider diffusion of scientific and technical knowledge. ICastlemaine has many advantages for the purpose of imparting to - the student instruction of a sound techni cal character, and occupies a very pro minent position amongst the various educational centres in the State. The Junior Technical School, iwhich was established in Castlemaine about two years iago, for the purpose of providing instruction and training in the princi ples of science and their practical ap plication to the various industries, li:;s ■now developed into one of the most important institutions in t'he district, and is recognised as one of the best schools in the iState. The sub...

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PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

PERMITS. E. :H. Page, Maldon; T. Torrens, and C. Simpson, Castlemaiae.

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Mesopotamia AUSTRALIANS ENTER SEAPORT OF JAFFA. TURKS STILL RETREATING. (Reuter.) An official message from Palestine says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

Mesopotamia i y AUSTIULIAXS ENTER SEAPOttT OF JAFFA. TUKliS STILL HE TREATING. \Roulei\) An official message from Palestine says : — "The 'Australian and Xew Zealand \ mounted troops on Saturday occupied Jaffa (on the sea coast, 87 miles north west of Jerusalem.) 'without oppositi on. "The enemy appears 10 be continu ing his retirement narth wards."'

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SUBMARINE MENAGE GERMANY'S OBJECT TO STARVE ENGLAND FAILS. SAYS AMERICAN NAVAL SECRETARY. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

SUBMARINE MENAGE QER'.MAXT'S OBJECT TO STARVE EXG LAND PA'ILS. SAYS A'.MERJ CAN XAVAL SECRE TARY. (Reuter.) Mr D.ij'ic]^, Secretary of the Ameri can Xavy, in a speech on -Saturday, said that the submarine menace as a decided factor in war has failed. Ger many's object to starve England 'lmd not been accomplished. Mr Daniels added that manoeuvring and speed frustrated the efforts of submarines. !

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TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

TAIL-VDA'LE. P. J. Doran, Commercial, Elphin stone; D. A. McXifC, dledesdale; Louisa D. Searson, 'Red Gum, -Metcalfe; F. A. Reddy, Old England, Barker's 'Creek; F. Sheridan, Taradale; 'Fitzgerald's Brewing and Malting 1C0. (brewery lic ence).

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CARDIFF RAILWAY MEN THREATEN TO STRIKE. MINERS' PATRIOTISM. COMMENDED BY THE KING. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

CARDIFF RAILWAY MEN u T. THREATEN TO STRIKE. •MINERS' IPATRIOTISM. CO.AI.AIEX'DED 'BY THE KING. (Reuter.) A Renter's 'message states :—The railway men in the Cardiff district de cided to strike unless their wages are increased by £1 weekly, within a ■week. .Mr C. Edwards, Liberal member of Commons for .East Glamorganshire, :has 'Written to the King poLuting out that, three-fifths .cf the .South Wales miners had voted in favor of combing out young men and youths, so that in secret'ballot they voted in flavor of cal ling themselves up. This, said the King, was the most -beautiful act of patriotism that has yet come from an j industrial population. ' 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

HOW TO PREVENT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "Coming events cast their shadows before.'1 This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite will fail, you wll! Cool 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.

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NEWSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

XEWST'EAD. .Martha L. G-rifliths,-Captain's; Maria Thompson, Crown; J. Cameron, Fann~! er's Arms, Sandon; P. H. I-Iarte, Is'ew-! stead; Margaret Mc'Guinness, Railway.!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

11 yiic21 id aysli ml flim SU* P t lUl uH.m yynU B;-?:an With Pm;p!ss. Very Painful, Often Causing Lo?s of Sleep. Hair. Feii Qui:, Giiiieara Healed. "I was greatly troubled with an itch ing' rash ali over n<v scalp. The trouble berrr.n with pimples which became very itchy and the more 1 scratch.nl them the more they sr-rea.'I. They were very painful, often causing me loss of sleep Elni^ht. Myhrirbecranto fall out and I was troubled with dandruff. "I f;iit for sampler; of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and after wards bone:it more and i was healed." (Signed) Miss lielen Dixon, Avondale, Stu-trt Town, N. 2 W., Jr.ne 12, 1916. The majority of skin and scalp troubles mi'hi be prevented by using: Cuticura. Ssmgles Free by Port. (Soap to cleanse, Ointment to heal.) Address : 3.- Terra c; Co., Sydney, N. S. \\T. Here is the way to gain hair ami skin beauty, and yotuh that will en dure : — GREY HAIR—1£ your hair is grey, it can bo brought back to its natural youthful color in .\ re.'...

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Russia KERENSKY RUNS AWAY. COSSACKS SEEK HIS ARREST. GREAT CATASTROPHE FEARED. (Published in "The Times.") Telegraphing from Petrograd, "The Times" correspondent says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

Russia KEIiKNiSKY 111 XS AWAY. COSSACKS SEEK ILIS AEltEST. GREAT CATASTROPHE FEARED. (Published in "The Times") •Telegraphing from 'Petrograd, '"The Times" correspondent says :— "M. Kerensky's mai.n forces at 'Gat cliina are disheartened by the capture of Tsarskoe Selo, IS miles south of Petrograd, by the extremists on Tues day. Skirmishing has continuec:, but the expected reinforcements ifrom the front have not'arrived. "On Wednesday Dybenko, a sailor, came fram the Cossacks at Petrograd, and called >a special 'meeting to 'hear him speak. The 'Cossacks seemed undecided, but the officers announced that they would continue to support the Government. Then a deputation from the front declared that unless the disagreements were composed the fifth army would march against the Cos sacks. "Soon afterwards, the Cossacks de cided to arrest .M. Keren-sky as a trai tor. While they were discussing 'the details M. -Keren-sky escaped, disguised as a sailor. General Krasnoff, Com mander of the ...

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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

.ViALDON". Mary Musgravc, Criterion; H. J3. Johnston, Eaglehaiwk; A. Gosbel, Ex-1 change; Fanny Robertson, ^racid; T. O'Grady, 'Kangaroo; T. E. Butter, Mai-; don; \V. C. Yagou, Xorth Maldon; J. ill. Egan, Parkin's Reef; Edith H. Page, Royal; Marion Miller, Railway; Cath erine Seymour (billiard license).

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THE LATEST. BOLSHEVIK FORCES NUMBERED 16,000. COSSACKS ADVANCING ON MOSCOW (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

THE LATEST. BOLSHEVIK FOIMT.S SUMBEKKD 16.000. COSSACKS ADVANCING OX MOSCOW (Reuter.) 'Reuters' correspondent at Washing ton states that the State .Department lias received a cablegram 'from -Mr i Francis, the American Ambassador at Petrograd, dated the 12th November, stating that there had been 'Street fighting. The control of 'the .tele graphs shifted several times. .He add ed that the 'Bolshevik Government had not communicated with him at any time. The "'Daily Telegraph" correspond ent at 'Petrograd says that the Bolshe vik forces which fought ICerensky's 1500 Cossacks, between Gatchina and Tsarskoe Selo, numbered lii.OOO I There bad been desultory ■fighting at KaeiY, which changed 'hands several times. It is reported that Czech troops supporting the -Government, are mas ters of Kaeff, and that General Knled in's troops control the Don region. They have surrounded Kharkoff and CoroneLz, and have captured Biazmi, south-west of Moscow, on which 20,000 Cossacks are reported to be ad...

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FRYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

FRYERS. A. S. Bird all, Five Flags, Campbell's Creek; Emma M. (Pearce, Corner, Fry erstown; F. 0. Harford, Family, Guild ford; J. i.McTicrnan, Standard, Camp bell's Creek.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

L.Oi tssa % '//// mM&A :'*•■■- •• "vfri [| prompt and effect?:?.! /■;:;: .. complaint, it c.ctz cn r.::' J i i] the cough; rcJievro tf.j S secretions and aids nature i-. _ - , _ ~, % to a ne&ii&y ccntisacn. ^2^A^'3r''G25r"¥?H=j -^QS( me ■*SJ3l - -:- ■ ;i '•lr;'iy:vl>, C-Jr , tC#£5:'', ,jS<-> l&A >■ Vr.V \p ... P^Sp'5kH'id Give the Children Puddings made of Bypass/ Flour and «e h.? ^£._sa-*- , ney ]-n0-v w.: ;i* > series of delightful dishes for the hut ?,-oath ;r car. be ?:•-•; iMl(m 1 Ri? A JO M ^ IT C R s-f F IL <L if you follow the simple recipe.5 on the pac-:.:. Summer brings a natural craving for light yet nucriiio-i -.wis. CO finer Corn Flour in the world with which to preoarc l'-~zi Brand—especially when served with stewed fruit. : ..o ; « Brand Corn Fiour will go as far as three packets of any c;h.'r r.:. All Grocers •>.:).« Siorsa, or from i.. CLfFFORD LOVE & Co., '.tel., 77 Chrcnca b rc.;. S. .?» ...

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