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ENTERTAINMENTS THE DARK ROAD GERMAN SPY STORY—TO-MORR[?] NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917
entertainments —r : germax ?';,v stoky-tc1-^ ! night. | The Hark R,vUi :n:o o: sir»| I ""0;«an oan t-o u ;:h rlie liw* 1' j How a siren marriesi?•; ni.in, w.io ;h::;kti sho is tac '-*•. honor, ami :h: hi? ii^ur of -inus o::: ;a; worrhiess. 011 'iie ilcKi 0:- ;,a!:io. sirring ,,v'ion ho Um'"::? :Is:?, and uwt 2~''. -;S 'vo;i a? bo: ;>nfa:uiM 1 "t., "oss. hV'.v he Hikes rovoaii her ::i tho jrau of the ?py fornix ;he rhri!!:;^ climax ^jT unusual s:ory. Migai.ieen: coprj :i:'o worn ;>y Dororiiy D.1U011. *■"' !:ovej he:>v-!;' :o ho a. modemI ::i Tiie Dark Ko.v.i. Foyio's P-'^J Pieturos prefer:: ::iis srrikiu.- ?•; Play a- ;ao Tovn Hal! nighr.
Italy ITALIANS' STRONG RESISTANCE ENEMY'S PRESSURE INCREASING. GREAT BATTLE PENDING. (Reuter.) An Italian official message says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917
Its ly —^— ITALIANS' STRONG RESISTANCE ENEMY'S PRESSURE INCREASING. cheat bat tle .peniuxg. (Renter.) An Italian official message says : — "We completely broke up four at tacks oT extreme violence in the dhec tion of Zomo, eastward o£ .Gallio, and recaptured advanced elements in the direction of Casera iMeletta and t) av ail li, taking prisoner .'100. "The enemy's pressure bct.ween .the IBrenta and the Piave is increasing. We, after a fierce resistance and bril •liant counter-attacks, effected an ord erly withdrawal l'rom some of our ad vanced positions. "We completely swept the &lt;memy from the Fagare zone (on llie right bank of the Piavc), and repulsed an attack at Zenson, driving back the en emy further in the river loop. "•We 'frustrated attempts to cross the river elsewhere. "IWe 'took prisoner on Friday and Saturday, on the right 'bank of the iPi ave, 12t>3 men." (Published by "The Times.") •Mr Ward Price, the 'British press re presentative 0.11 the 'Italian front,...
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE i. •#* •ELPHIXSTOXE. * $ i£ .novelty .was captured 'in our sou ■tliern suburb kisc week. The village 'blacksmith has >becn forging all kinds of hooks, from .the Kaiser Bill to ilie catch-em-ail, preparatory to his annu al trip 10 the Bead Pig hole on Decem ber 1st. and Eric Hansford nicked one 'When he wasn't looking, and hied to the Caliban to try his luck, and came 'back .with an unknown full. Some ■who 8„y.v it said 5.1 was a shark, and others a cross between, a whale and a platypus. They decided to send it on to your scribe for identification, but -Mr R. T. Oliver happened along, and pro nounced it an 'English .tench, evidently the progeny of some that he placed in tile Coliban a few years ago when he -was secretary of the Eiphinstone Ang ler's Club, so that set all doubts aside. The -final meeting in connection v. ith the Red'Cross and. patriotic concert dance, and sale of gifts to be held on •Friday, 23rd ins:., was held on Satur day, and ail arrange...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917
for carder with private ''u:-,,':iV ' Apply-^1:l-1 0i!'ce ^-^Cpiestali and business. P^'E. Sunn, Adams street, jv,-; SAI.K.—'The property in Urqu r n.ir; ;;r*ier, S rooms, hind S4 x .•■> ]i;:ko your own price, and your -jrms.'A. E. Pensom, 340 Toorak r-.:.5'503tii Varra. r&lt;.rj SALE.—Turkeys (younsr ami 1 oiJ): also geese. Apply, w. Spring Gully. PSAL-E.—3-roonied w.b. cottsijrc. ail conveniences, in good ordtM-. r^fton street. j acre land, garden. Carter. Amos and Co. FOR SALE.—%W .1). villa, r, room*. * lu:i?rcc::i. wa^iihouse. good nos •. acre land, price righ;. 'crn;>. ur:er. Amos and Co. p LET— Five roomed house. with i * bar'a and copper: good situation. I r Garage. Bt'SIXESS XOlMciiT T ioV'S bicycle, renovated, now tyres. U"~ err 'uepaira to all makes, vc ;:;:^ea;s. etc. J. A. i'ensom. Har jraves s:vooi. vr\v potatoes and new onions, fresn. y i\ jl. Butler. grocer, Barker sr.. ;'::co 107. Saunders' Electric Corn and War; Cure, removes without i price 1 . Saund...
ANNUAL LICENSING COURT CASTLEMAINE AND DISTRICT. ALL APPLICATIONS GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 November 1917
ANNUAL LICENSING COURT CASTLEMAINE AND DISTRICT. ALL APPLICATIONS GR'AXTED. ■Mr .T. Lock, Licensing '.Magistrate, presided at the annual Licensing Court yesterday afternoon. The Licensing Inspector, iSub-Inspector .Stapleton. an nounced .that there were no objections to any of the applications, and they were all granted. 'Mr Lock said -the court 'would te ad journed to ..Melbourne 011 a date to be fixed, the reason being that the court was held much earlier this year, r.nd some liconseei 'might have overlooked it. The certificate to be issued to lic ensees would show 011 it the fes rav able, the amounts being the result of an adjustment. The following renewals were gran ted :— CASTLEMAINE. William Knox, Albion; Hannah Far- rar, Bridge Inn; Ellen O'Brien, Clydes- dale; .B. A. Webber, Brighton; Rose Cations, Carriers' Arms; Fanny John ston, Commercial; Jane Crawford, Corner; ,T. .M. Houston, Council Club; T. Torrens, -Cumberland; E. Bartlett, Criterion; A. E. Robinson, Devonshire; J. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
STIiE-«C>T]t ASH SAFETY. Those are iho two things ";iervy" people wan:. Von will find liieiu cam Li'ned in HEAX'S TOXIC NERVE NUT8—llie remedy which gives yon strong nerves by safe means. Xo -in jurious iiaro-ics. no insitlioits ?timu lan'fs, but a combination of nervu Too:' and medicines approved by modica: scientists. .V bottle containing ten days' treatment costs or six bottles 17/a. rr not oi:iain:tiile from yon; chemist' or store, semi direct to G. \V. lit: AX, Mamu'aeturins Chemist, 17^' •Castlereagh street. Sydney. X 3-1/ Xoi since the beginning of the strike has the nor; of .Melbourne pivserae.! such a busy appearance as it did yes terday. On the Yarra wharves nine interstate steamers were handle!:. Practically the same condition at af fairs existed in the Victoria dock, and at. other places where deep sea boat. received attention. Altogether about i 13 bijjf oversea vessels were haiuilea. Sand one shipper commenting on the ' outlook remarked thai this owek lite jservices...
CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP "Zekle crep' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru' the winder."—Lowell. A TRAGIC HOME COMING FROM THE KYNETON PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP ^ $ (By "ZEKLE.") "Zekle crep' up quite unibekuown, An' peeked in thru' the winder."— Lowell. «A TRAG'I'C I-tGUE-COMIXG FROM .THE KYXETOX PICNIC. Of picnics lI have ln\&lt;I enough, 'twas Wednesday last I went To Kyneton, with cur Sunday school, on simple pleasure bent; The rain came down in buekeiiuls, and spoilt my Sunday togs, Prom mom till eve it poured •anil poured incessant cats and dogs. The hunger that I speeded tip was wonderful to see, I loaded up on sandwiches, bath buns, and muss of tea, And for a choice top-dressing spread myself on tarts and lrnit, And all the other picnickers, ihey seemed to follow suit. As merry us a marriage bell, our meals they came and went, A compensation by kind heaven io shivering mortal s sent. A jolly throng we wended ;o the sta " i tion in the rain, in snuggling twos ami three? soon filled the home-returning train. The onerrim en* ran last arid n>gn a whistle from the guard. And soon the jolly ptcnic a'a:n w-ts ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
wanted. r[\) 1A1T, 1' Oii SALE, El C. rpfSDBlS >vanted. for etiui ;g about i- 700 -ont*. more or less, of siaud iu red SU'!1* Apply, C. Synies, ]Jar T 0ST-—1'urse, containing,- two £1 *J not;'?, and o.ae 10/ note. Reward. 31 connell, Barker street. -JTQU sale—Wicker, gondola go-cart, I1 nearly now. Apply post o3ioe. Fir SALE.—>Pie stall and business. Apply, E. Smart, Adams street, Q^ilennine. TDK -SALE—The property in Urqu * hart street. S rooms, land S4 x l;!:'. -Make your own price, and your o'.vn terms. A. E. Pensom, ;!4-j Toorak =Koati. South Yarra. j.ET.—Five roomed hot: sc. with •bath and copper; good situation. ff.O u Harrison. Garage BUSLXBSS NOTICES. AXE GOOD TURX Deserves another. lja Give us your 'trade, and in rc-jf^ turn -.ve give you fresh goods, cloanii^i jj reasonable prices, and prox^n dei ivery. W. M. Butler, Barker street. : ]" ADV'S bicycle, renovated, new tyres,., XJ etc. Repairs to all makes, re-"-1 tjiacemeats, etc. J. A. Pensom, Har sraves street. T OVE...
CASTLEMAINE SOCIAL CLUB HALF-YEARLY REPORT. CREDITABLE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
CASTLEMAINE SOCIAL CLUB i HALF-YEARLY REPORT. CREDITABLE RECORD. The firs; half-yearly report o: the Castlemair.e Social Club contains a very creditable record of use:til and Patriotic work performed. and having surmounted the initial difficulties the club gives promise of extending its usefulness. Formed about six months ago. the membership has s:eaaiiy grown, till now it numbers 00. and ca-t-h one is a worker, and keenly en thusiastic. The chief object of the club is to raise funds for . the returned soldiers, but its operations include assistance to every patriotic movement, and any de serving local function. In its patri otic 'work it is under the direction of the Mayor. It has welcomed many returned soldiers, and as irs weekly meetings take the form of a soskil gathering, returned soldiers are al ways cordially incited. It is a very useful organisation, and is entitle:! to public recognition and support. Since its inception, socials, picture shows, etc.. have been held in aid o...
CASTLEMAINE MOTOR CY[?] CLUB RUN TO JUBILEE [?] DAYLESFORD. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
CftSTLEMSiNE MOTOR ® lU'X iO DAYLESFO:.! 51" X DAY N^T Mo: . i:.i v This s o - • '• •It- ravreibers e: ^ '■vie r:-::) -v::; Memorial nj:;: .*.45 s'uirp, :o :o Jubilee Ia'h. one o: the n;o?: ani zv -*~:or.i's who are «v-: r are hop:::.; for frr -• '■> ho.'::.; eagerly ro:::o ^oiocred is ore seven:! .to." :; ■v:-l an.i the.".:; -j M.• n:->y'.esfcr: • oo Lake. Those par:ak::,;• "v: i r:w:.;>> *'ie;r o*\". aO.OS. \\: \ '' p ^o'r- j- "j a:u: a p;cn:o lane&eM , eh;5S arra:i?ei :: . coffee. Co., supplied ty"3 !i': j . *"oK as :he noce^ssry crops', Au?r viewing all the ' -in early um win be haix9;. ; 5"ar: nmio for home a: CaKrloma::^ should be Ten*' ; li:;!;-p.i^; sever. All rho motor eyoiis;> •v!i; receive an hirhsim club :hj# outing:, aca^'j . oars win aeeomp.iny ^ "lVo'l. Any person on Sunday should coes--4' Mr 0. R.Klibone. rho $«"*• wili arrange for scars>a oo;;ipa::y:':;!r ears.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
HOW TO PREVENT BILIOUS ATTACKS. "Coming events cast their shadows before.'' This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite v.-ill fail, you will feel dull and languid. If you are subject to 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. Mr J. 'Bowser, M.L.A.. accepted from Sir Arthur Stanley, the Governor, yes terday •ift?r,;oon. a commissio,. to form a nqw State .Ministry. .He was given a week to complete the task. He is calling a full meeting of t'ae Liberal Party for-Tuesday, November 27;ii, at 2 p.m.. and will urge unity. IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS. Bear in mind that. -Chamberlain's Tablets improve the appetite, streng then the digestion, and regulate :the liver and bowels. Just what you need. Sold by Geo, Clark and Son, wholesale distributors.
Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
Chease Omelette..^ cat an "ai four ~;'ake un:!l :a: l.!^r ^ sa]. '"''.>1 c~j)'.mir.j'l;;, ,, 5vr;;c/e over ^ &lt;-v.T , ,,; = 'hcese, t-"a'j;.pg5s. - T;i(; ■'keep pit.,-;;.. Uihor. k-W iiiinu I hoy If ;>rkkirc. /:n tile not &lt; re e«d!en4 " 31 in c boili^ ■!!■ -v- • p:, '-'lent ji J(;c the: lhe® *ith 'tC th;n! m s !i™ 15 before frv k.k ■ - improver *iioih:jd. The*. ?.! r"ok-i;d i, £-^i Scilecj Frosii Beef -im.. e-ai rut &lt;>• ... 2 PKTC.-.I ■ --r.'v^orth.^;: "" 1 :;-;0 --Ufhti:;.,: v&lt; r K- an.! all,.,; ,.,.-3i!:eon *^,7; 1 ' aiio,;: ' : r:f r-^d g? 5..,.'; ■'rua a,:, ';w; .*aucv. ijn;i..iw"* ' ~ ;;n-s p-Us c ueier> and Totnnto Salad - -a :■ V', ,K r:o v°ry f:, k ' : 10 i'ireo 0 :'nd ripel ■■'°; •*•"•• pa- of o;;..: v;ne-ar- ■-'■'lii-.: :arrs;.,."^i . :7:7;rui " - alternately i- E d-hov,!, pr.ur over thr dr*>W»V >rVl% i; c: h i"iI>~ in^ v. boii r. •; > j 'hh ; ill:,'i'll I h'.s ta.a "r.-aru i I viI,. Blancmange. - n;.;o;re ...
CASTLEMAINE SLOGAN THE RECENT COMPETITION. THE TASK OF THE JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
CASTLEMAINE SLOGAN ^ THE RECENT COMPETITION". THE TASK OF THE.-JUDGES. Over 200 slogans were submitted for the prize awarded by the Forward Castlemaine Association. Healthy reproductive Castlemaine. Lawson grew there, 'we'll have a share. Try 'Castlemaine for health and wealth, good education, sure occupation. Come! Try Castlemaine's climate, in dustries and educational values. 'When away from Castlemaine, then iwe suffer grief and pain. 'What! Castlemaine slow? Never! Xot with a Forward Castlemaine Association. ! For health and wealth to gain, Reside in Castlemaine. Castlemaine's picturesque promenades are pleasant and healthful. Oh! Hear the sweet refrain, Come live in Castlemaine. Tourists come to Castlemaine's pic turesque scenery, good roads, superior town. The "bugles are blowing for Castle maine's business. 'Castlemaine conserves conspicuous wealth, agriculture, horticulture, industries, education, and health. For health or pleasure, take the train, Victoria's centre—Castlema...