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THE ROLL CALL 354th CASUALTY LIST. VICTORIAN FIGURES. 40 DEATHS: 194 WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

THE ROLL CALL ^—,— 354th CASUALTY LIST. YICTOIIIAX FIGU11ES. 10 DEATHS: 191 lVOUXDEl). The 354t'h casualty list was issued by the Defence Department yesterday a£ ternoou. The Victorian casualties are :—21 killed in action, 17 died o£ wounds, 2 died of illness, 1 missing, 1 injured, 4 dangerously wounded, 190 wounded. Castlemaine district names i.u Uie list are :—iPrivate W. M. Watson, Castlemaine, wounded; Sergt.'B. Davis, Fryersiown, wounded; Corporal S. R. Thomas, D.C.M., C'liowton, wounded. 1

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

European Agency Wholesale indents promptly executed at lowest cash prices for all British, and Continental Goods, including :— Books and stationery, Boots, shoes, and leather, Chemicals and druggists' sundries. China, earthenware and glassware, ! Cycles, motor cars and accessories, Drapery, millinery and piece goods, Fancy goods and perfumery, Hardware, machinery and metals, Jewellery, plate and watches, Photographic and optical goods, i Provisions and oilmens' stores, i Etc., Etc., Etc. Commissions, 2* to 5 per cent. Trade discount allowed. Special quotations on demand. Sample cases from £10 upwards, Consignments of 'produce sold on account. "WILLIAM "WILSON ANI) SONS, (Established 1814). 25, ABQHU.RGIi LAN®, LONDON, E.C. Cable Address ; "Annuaire, London."

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CASTLEMAINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

C A S I'LEJI AI >' E TELEPHONE EXCUAXGE. 122 Adams, F. W. ^ Archdall, Wm. • • fi_ •Ball and Welch Pty. Ltd • 'Bassett Bros. •• •• *' 10 Bayley, E. I., Campbell's Creek .. 1 Beau, Albert B. (Beckingsale, G. and Sons .■ •• iBeckingsale, 'Herbert Benevolent Asylum ™ Bennett, J Best, •Xcwell ,and Lawson . • •• iBlbhell, F. J. • ■ •••••; fr,T :Blume, Ernest H. R., Barker s Ck. 1-4 Borland, D. M •• ^ Brotherton, Mrs J. •• •• Brown, D. 0. Butler, W. M. ^ Cameron, Jonathan Carter, Amos and 'Co. • • • • ^ 'Carter and Cowling ° Carter, E. I-L, priv. res. .. • • l-s "CASTLE3rAl>'E MAIL" .... 4. Castlemaine Bacon Factory .. 105 Castlemaine Butter Supply Co. 1<^ Castlemaine Gas 'Co., office & works 16 Castlemaine "Woollen :Co. Ltd. .. To iCastlemaine Electric Supply Co. 74 Clark and Son ^ Clark, ,G. s Cock, Cocking, F Coffee Palace (R. Bailie) . • • • S7 Cooper, W 90 ■Coilbel'l, F 57 Cornish, S. M ^6 Cornish, S. M., priv. res. .. 123 Council Club Hotel (J. M. 'Houston) 7...

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

BE Aim L- U !i AVO>iI?X. It lias been observed that, beautiful women always have good digestion. If your digestion is faulty Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver will correct it. They are easy to fake and most agreeable in effect. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distri butors. Following upon the iheu cf gelignite Tram the railway store at Sunshine and the ease of safe-breaking at the S'. Al ban's station, the Coburg railway star ion was entered on Sunday night. Tho ugh the safe was wrecked, its dcor did not give way entirely, and '.ho thieves were uru'SIe to reach £8 which was looked in one of the compart ments. They took ilo/ which was in the cash dra.wer. IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS. Bear in mind -thai Chamberlain's Tablets 'improve the appciiic, strong then the digestion, and regulate the liver and bowels. Just what yon need. Sold by Geo, Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS "I IE HE'S TIIE GOODS.'' A LAY,IXC, MACHINE, No. 2S, White Leghor...

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SPORTING NEWS RIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

SPORTING NEWS RIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLE.MAINE- C LUB. C H.UI'PTOXSHI P .MATCH. The first round of the championshipj comnfttiliju fired on Saturday at j 200 and 300 yards, 10 shots at each '•ange. There was a good entry, and the shooting was close. C. Shaw, the winner of the round, is a youns shot, and a new 'member of the club. He shot steadily, and gained the .round by one point from W. Clark. The lv-.ghftsi score off the r'.He was made ly V.r. Clark. 01 points. The second round will be fired next. Saturday, at 500 and GOO yards, <10 shots. The scores were : — 200 300 11 CO. Tel. C. Shaw 15 30 14 !)S W. Clark ■4(5 4 r> (i 97 W. Sincock 47 41 7 95 I. Gibson 4(5 43 5 94 R. 'Sr.inion 4'i 42 fj 94 J. Marriott 47 42 5 94 S. Leech 4S 41 5 94 T. Arthur 4(5 41 7 94 T. Allan, senr. 47 40 7 94 B. Hall 43 40 5 •SS J. Harris 3G 34 IS SS R. IBettany 4-1 42 4 S7 J. Veils 35 0 0 IS So G. 'Calder 17 34 14 Go W. Scott 20 22 IS GO I

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

J£ When Selecting a Gift O*o *t;o \V. F. Ne wham's Xs£&2?g§tO £&,!£&. &3L -V CS^rl^cl Assos?tm©sit OF IT-TO-IUIE GOODS, [iOrB ClIMSDJAS PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS AT TEE FRONT AT ONCE •THF.LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS, IM vtw i if 1 Mewham BARKER STREET, H- PAUSO.WS (MELBOVIftE)* registered fastest TIME ron THE ascent—.Seconds. WILSON (Aii.vn-ru, CASTl-EtfAlXE), OX A STANDARD IIAKLEY, GAiNEP SEUOX'D place—:>- Secom !?. TIMES IX THE SECOND ROUND : — PARSONS (Harloy), 2Ssec. WILSON Ul;>riey;». o-^ce. nOOTIi (Indian). :Wsee. RAYii.-EY tlaiUnn). £.. 2-osec. BiAKE (-Indian). 4. 3-5sec. • 1-iUNT (single cylinder 13.3.A.), 4S3GC. J'jESL TWO lTRFORMANTES, AGAINM -■V\;.J, l vJ,)tViUSO\ li^U the SEPERIORITY 01' the W^'1 ' OVEll the ordinary road 3IAUUNE... 's no funking where Harleys are. ^nd Roads are alilt© to tin© Hai*iey * £ J? l,'r si'n>j'i{AK?:n. maxwell, .ho tor cars, and harley -MOTOR CYCLES—TKK REST IX CI!j!L O...

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

A DIFFERENT CHILD AFTER LARGE STOMACH WORM WAS EXPELLED BY ONE DOSE OF COMSTQCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. ".My little 'boy, aged two yours, suf fered from worms ifor some months/'i writes Mr-F. W. 'Lloyd, 21 Clark j street, Ease Brunswick, Vic. "We J-a:n d 'ilie result a worm nine inches 'Ions, alad as t.Iiick as a penholder. You may use this as you thiaik best. I have preserved the worms to show any person what, your tablets have done." iComsiock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pel lets are a purely vegetable prepara tion for the eradication of worms in children and adu'lts. For sale by all chemists aivd .storekeepers, price 3'6 per •packet, or w.ill be sent post paid on 'receipt of the price by The W. H. Ccmstock Co.. Ltd., 23 La.ng street, Cliurch Iiill, Sydney. / " . was wonder ful; 'alfter the first dose the •child passed From a Photo.

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HUN LIGHT CRUISERS RETREAT TO SHELTER. ONE SEEN ON FIRE. SECOND APPEARED DAMAGED. GERMAN MINE SWEEPER SUNK. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

HUN LIGHT CRUISERS Li 1 •RETREAT TO SHELTER. ONE SEEN OX FIRE. SECOMD APPEARED DAMAGED. GERMAN .MINE SWEEPER SUNK. (Renter.) Referring to the naval action in the Heligoland Bight, beiAveen British light 'forces and German light cruis ers. an Admiralty statement says : — "There is no ■further information re garding- the Heligoland Biglu opera nuns,'beyond the fact that the enemy's light cruisers were chased to within 30 miles of Heligoland, and until they came under the protection of the Ger man battle fleet and minefields, when we retired. "An enemy light cruiser was seen on fire, and another's machinery appeared to have been damaged. An enemy mine sweeper was sunk. 'iWe sustained 110 losses in warships. Only slight damage was done to some ships, while the casualties were slight."

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

;MORE THAN EXOUOH 13 TOO MUCH To maintain health, a 'maiuro man or woman needs just enough i'ood to Tepaiir the waste and Supply energy and (body heat. The -habitual con sumption of more food than is neces sary for these purposes is the prime cause of stomach troubles, riievmat ism, and disorders of the kidney-. If •troubled 'with indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and not appetite con trol, and -take a £o\v doses ct" C Irani - berlain's Tablets ami you will soon, be •all right again. Said by Goo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. According ; • a -v.::.*.; iin..!.e no; more ttu-ai ia -..iv.. of ilie .ivaiSalde votes were pyilcil in the aggregate cm Thursday in ..--a;e- in wlikli there were o': to — .or .he i.oMshttAe Assembly. 'Mr E. I". Fvi:.- •• !\ vl.-c-prcsi.i.'iit of the Trades' i'aii Council. reported to the Aiitt-Com-artpti :n "J;■ xi:;.v"i! ;u the Trades' 'Mail y.a-torday .it.1: a: iineettngs watch ne :>.:!i!rci-?e<l at. Tuns amah and I:itipe. ho re...

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ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

iTESVIS OF NEWS -r The popular film, Australia's Duty and lis Reward, <wil 1 'be screened in iho Tiv.vn it.ill to-night by the State Recruiting Committee, and will doubt less attract a very large audience, as it is exceedingly interesting and infor mal ivc. dealing with every phase of the war, 'from munition making to i'luiuii)!.: on the French front, and also gives some splendid views of the navy, Egypt, Anzae Day in London, Bucking ham Palace, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Oxford, scenes in France and 'Belgium, :raining at Salisbury 'Plains, and in Egypt, etc., etc. In fact, it is full of interesting subjects from start to fin ish. Admission is free, but there will •ho a collcct'ion to defray expenses. Holders of tickets in tjie art union for Xa!rier's acetylene gas plant, in aid {if the .Belgian Fund, are reminded that io-day is the last day on which they can return their tickets and securc a rr.fund of their money. It is intended !:> hand over any money on hand after io-...

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FORTHCOMING ALLIED CONFERENCE. JAPAN GOVERNMENT'S CONCERN. AGAINST GIVING MILITARY AID IN EUROPE (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

FOBTHCUTOf: M,UU) COX FEIIEXCE. AGAINST GIVING aIIblTARY AID IN EUROPE. . (Reuter.) sit is announced that the Japanese Gover.mnent attaches the greatest im portance to the forthcoming Allied •Conference in Paris in view c.f tlie question of Japan giving military 'aid in Europe. The ■Government's decision ■against sending an expedition is un changed, 'but it is conceivable that the conference may modify its view. The Japanese Ambassadors in 'London and JEaris will represent Japan. Public opinion has been widely ex pressed in Japan against a -military ex pedition since the Italian and Russian disasters.

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The Castlemaine Mail. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

"0. T)17. The Peacock Ministry 'has adopted the proper course in resigning office bcToro Parliament meets. With a small following, it would liave been a waste of time to wait until the Houses met before announcing its retirement, 'iiie Peacock .Ministry iias had auy iiiing 'but a monotonous career, ,R survived several no-confidence moti ons, and latterly bad been bitterly as-J sailed from many quarters, La fact' among the least critical was its natural enemy the Labor Party. The 'bulk of the community will not be sorry that ■S;r Alexander Peacock's .term as Pre mier has come to an end. Had 'he ef faced himself some months ago, lxis party 'would undoubtedly have come back with a majority, as it was the Premier, and not bis team, that was "^popular in the constituencies. The days of the old-time politician are numbered; he is out of place in mod ern politics. The Governor has fol lowed the constitutional course in ending for Mr Bowser, leader of the Economy or Nationalist Party, 'but ...

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French Front ARTILLERY FIRE. LIVELY AND CONTINUOUS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

French Front L AliTILLI-IiY fire. lively aivd cox'nxuors. (Renter.) A French communique received on Sunday says :—''inicrmiuout recipro cal ariiilery firing occurred in Validat ions region and cowards Sohoei/iiors (in Upper Alsace) "oeing lively and soiulnuous north of Hill 344, on -the righ: bank of Lhe'AJouse (on ilie'Ver dun front).

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

COMMERCIAL. | 'X&w potatoes and onions are coming I forward freely, and the 'marker, is easy. Quotations :—'Hay, oaten and v-Hlptren - sheaves, £2/10/ per ton; chaff, £3 per ion; sir:;'»v, £2 per ton; wheat, 5/3 per bushel; English*'bar.lcy, 4/ per bushel; Cape barley, S G per bushel; oats, 2/4 to 2/8 per bij^liel;Pocatots, old, £'i 10 £3' 10/ ton, according to sample; feed potatoes, £2/10/ to £2/15/ per ton; new potatoes, £>10/10/ to £;1G, accord ing to sorts; Brown Spanish onions, £20 per ton; new silverskhi onions, £;lo per ton; crushed maize, 5/ per 'bushel; whole maize, 4/10 per bushel. ~ / BE NTH-GO GRAIN MARKET. _ x

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

a use ... SSLfEl SU because I know "It g'oes further than any other "It is ALWAYS reliable "It g'ives the best results "It maKes the linen easy to iron "It is easy to mix "It makes the linen last long'er "It is MADE IN AUSTRALIA "IT IS PURE RICE §TAH€H" RfCE STARCH IS THE ONLY KIND THAT WILL GIVE SATISFACTION IN THE LAUNDRY ! The time has come for you to act. Your country is in grave clanger. The situation is critical. The scales show an equal balance. If they are weighed down on the side of the enemy, the culpa bility will rest individually on you for life. We have been fighting now for over three years, and yet our enemies are far from beaten. The disastrous news from the Italian front makes our optimism look ashamed of itself. Italy wants help, and Britain, although heavily burdened, has ser.t troops to aid this unfortunate nation. Yo'J are a son of British parents, and owe your liberty to the Dr^ijh ting, sr do you net also think you owe a personal debt for that freedom ? Your o...

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ARE YOU BREAKING THE LAW? [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

MIE YOU BREAIvI'XG TILE LAW? You could be arrested 1'or maintain ing a public nuisance if you allowed a pool of slimy, stagnant, disease-breed ing sewage to remain on your premises. ■But when you allow the diseased products of waste to remain in your body on account of .constipation you are violating a much more important, law of 'nature. And you will pay for' it as thousands are paying for 'it whenj these poisons have vitiated your :blood, letting down the gates of health to -theJ inroads of disease. Guard against constipation. iPhysics and purges are dangerous. They frequently make constipation chronic. N'UJOL, .which is a lu'bricant, not a medicine or a drug, has no such dangers. NUJOL is manu factured by the (Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), UJS.'A. 'It is a lubricant, ■not a medicine or a drug, and is not absortbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestion. Plea sant to take. For sale ;by Philpots and Coalcley, :Castlemaine. 'In the Practice Court yesterday...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

I I i J,'i'1 ATI i. iho 'i'.Jiii Nov.. ;u Tcm io::;aii>o. rolk-l V/ilUin. A';chI, ti-l re'U-t ':. ?!:> Ilowei'y. --wallowed up of life."

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

AT s J Haves and Ham SPECIAL .BAKGAIXS ALL I) E TAUT ME Jf TS. ^Si.^.S?3?S-SS3 THE HOUSE FOil QUALITY AN1) SOLID YALUE, Phcae 100. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. ■Sworn Valuator INSURANCE. MACHINERY £ GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, FAR-.M AND TOWN PRO PERT Y SALES AiAN. •HOTEL AND >Dli AREDROKES. FARMS, ORCHARDS. HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. RENTS COLLECTED. ! AUCTION SALL3 C0NDUOc CLEARING SALES AND FURNii UAE A SPECIALTY. REG OLA'R W EEK1 A" AU CTION SALES OE— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce \ AGENT FOR— The Royal Insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester Co. Wiscliei & Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega .Separator. Orient Line Royal -Mailboats. The Bendigo Buiiuing Society, Executor, Trustee, and Agency Coy... of South Australia. ADDRESS— BARKER SIKEET, CASTLE^LUm Phone 122. ■ Sir J= !„ faiMlsli RENTAL SURGE OX. mm myrtle l mmn (Recorded bv the IJciital Board of Victoria). MARKET SQUARE, CASTLE3IAIXE, Phone 96. Harefsatit AND SOX, OPTICIANS, ...

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The British Front ON THE FLANDERS FRONT. GREAT BATTLE RAGING. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917

The British Front Zk: ON THE INLANDERS FRONT. GREAT BATTLE RAGING. (Published in "The Times.") Mr 'Percy Robinson, "The Times" correspondent at 'the 'British headquar ters in (Flanders, says that the situa-1 tion on the Ypres front is tense. Artil lery 'firing and air tfiglifcing are inces sant, and, practically speaking, a great •battle is raging. Owing to the quag ■mire, the 'British advance on the west ern slopes of the IPasscliendaele Ridge; could keep pace 'with that to the north along the IPasscliendaele to 'Westroose Road, 'wli'ich .was attacked and captur ed by us on Friday evening. The night •was dark and wet, and no 'barrage was used. The Germans were not warned of our approach, and many wore killed or taken prisoner. •Meanwhile, the 'Germans directed in tense artillery firing around the ridge, and along .the flank areas. Many of the guns were brought from 'Russia. The British heavy guns are constantly advancing, and it is unlikely that the enemy's 'batteries will last out...

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

FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Take Clnm'berlam's Tablets for the stomach and liver. They enable the stomach to perform its functions nat urally. Sold by Geo. .Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors.

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