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RAILSAY TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
RAILYi'AY TiAIE-TABLKS. Castlemaiiic to Melbourne :—Depart j G.3S a.m. Mon., Tnes. only; 7.23 a.m. daily; 12.25- p.m. Mon. only: 12.5(5 p.m. daily; 4.11 p.m. daily; 7.-13 p.m. daily. ..Melbourne 10 Castlcmaino :—Arrive 3.'JO a.m. .Mon. only; 10.20 a.m. daily: 3.52 p.m. daily; 7.31 p.m. daily (ex..); 7.57 p.m. Moil, and S:u. only; 9.1G p.m., S:iiy. exepr.; 10.(i p.m., Satys. U:u-:!e:»aine w Bendigo :—•Dcparii | a.m. Mon. only; 10.S2 a.m. daily; J.50 p.m. daily; 7.'Mi p.m. daily; '.>.21 p.m. (S.uys. excepted); .10.11 p.m. Sat vs. •Boudigo to Cas-lvmaiiie :—Arrives 7.15 a.m. d lily; 12.22 p.m. .Mon. only: 12.50 p.m. daily; !.5 p.m. daily; 7.10 p.m. daily. (Ja^tlemaino io Maryborough : —De parts 10.3$ a.m. daily; -1.17 p.m. daily: 7.55 p.m. Mon. and Raty?. excepted; 2.10 p.m. Mon. and Sj:u. only. Maryborough :o Casilenmine :—Ar rives 7.5 a.s-a. dully; 12.:;>(i- p.m. daily; •' 7.20 p.m. Moil, only; 7.21 p.m. Mon. : excepted. Casstloniaipo to Maldon :•—Deparis 10.50 a.m. daily; $.10...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
November Sale 2&roaw ow AT -Hayes and Ham SPECIAL BAKtUIXS 1>" ALL DEPARTMENTS. Sabres £&:2b.g3L !IECscraps? :§_o THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE, Phone 108, ^ ^ . .'.-?TT-rT--.—.TL-Lr _ _ AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator INSURANCE, MACHINERY & GENE RAL COMMISSION" AGENT. STOCK, FAR-M AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. HOTEL AX 13 StIAREBROKEii. ■PAR.MS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. REXTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED, CLEARING SALES AND FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. REG ULAR .WEEKLY AUCTION SALES op— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce AGEXT FOR— The Royal Insurance Co, Buckeye Harvester Co. "Wiscliei & Coy's, liigli-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Mailboata. The Bendigo .Building Society, Executor, Trustee, and Agency Coy., of South Australia. •ADDRESS— BAKKEIl S'i'KEET, CASTLEMJJXBe Phone 122. "*="3 Mr Jc 6. faislsIS DENTAL grKGEOIt*. MISS MYRTLE I, YAIvOSLL (Recorded by the ...
EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS BURNLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
| EGS-LAYING GOMPETITiOSlS ;l x BURNLEY. Single test pens, White Log-horns, wot. niash.—iRogen and .Andrew, 7—, 1SS; R. Berry, 7—17.3; E. ,A. Mcintosh Brawn, 7—105; Brooklyn P.P., 5—103; •Moni'uma'P.'F., G—1G2; ,IL Hanbury, 0— 1G2. ■Pens of six birds, White Leghorns, wot •masli.—:G. McDonnell, 30—021; G. Pocknal, .'22—SIS; S. Buscunrb, 3(5— S17; .Miss X. B. iBruforil, 23—840; \V. .Bayles, 35—S3S; €. 11. Busst, 34— . S3 7. IPens of six birds, White Leghorns, dry mash.—AY. &lt;11. Robbins, 35—927; J. R. :D. Jackson, 2S—S30; Mrs Shep herd, 33—S24; AY. X. O'Mullane, 30— S'1'5; John'Walker, 31—S10; A. Green-j halgh, 31—S02. •Pens of six birds, .Black Orpingtons, wet mash.—Oaklands 'P.P., 22—021; A. A. Bull, 31—S72; .McKinnon U.P.F., 31—SO!); Mrs T. W. Pearce, 27—SOS; A. Greenhalgh, 25—751; A. D. McLean, 24—750. •Pens of six birds, Black Orpingtons, dry mash.—A. D. McLean, -1—711; Oaklands 'P.P., .15—700; Mrs T. W. Pea-rce (5). 20—GOO; J. McAilan, 2?— t>S2; W. tM. Bayles, IS—00...
CABLE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
CABLE RATES. ? United Kingdom.—Ordinary rate, 3/ per word; deferred me, 1/0 per word; (liable io delay ifor 2-1 hours); week end rates, ikl per iword, avuIi a mini mum of 15/; cables to members A.I.F., !»d per word. Persons desiring to cable money io soldiers A.I.F. can do so through the .AI.O. Oliice, Cas'tlenniiiie, by paying cost of cable (13/), in addition to money order commission.
TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
TELEPHONE CILUU.'ES. -REVl'SKD SCALE. D1ST1MCT CEXTiiKS. Ivoce'.iily a revised scale cu charge5 for telephone calls ot centres within 50 n* lies oi' Casiiemaine came in to op eration. Tlio details are : — Between S Between 7 a.m. and p.m. and 7 p.m. S a.m. Barker's Creek 2d. 2d. Bciuligo Gd. 4d, Baringhup 4d. 4d. Frycrstown 2d. 2d. Guildford 2d. 2d. Kynetou Gd. ■id. liareourfc 2d. 2d. Malmsbury 4d. 4d. i\l' el bourne 1/4 Sd. "Ala i don 4d. 4d. Maryborough Sd. 4d. X'ewstead 4d. 43. Sutton Grange 4d. 4d. Taradale 4d. •43. Vaughaa 2d. 2d. Yapeen 2d. 2d.
CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
CA.STLE.VAIXE POST OFFICE MAILS -T i A1E-T AlB UE. Melbourne, close G.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, (5 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 9.30 p.m. Woodend, closc, G.30 a.m.; arrive lO.L'.O 'i-m. ^ ■Campbell's Creek, close 6.30 a.m.,j 3.D0 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeen, close' (>.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. GuiUU'ord. close 0.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.30 p.m. Tarilta, close G.30 a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Barker's Crock, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.30 a.m. Woodbrook, closc 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight Flat., close 6.30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Couleu I'oiul, closc, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. •Chewton, close 0.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.20 p.m. Fryerstown, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.20 p.m. Yaughan, close G.30 a.m.; arrive, 7.20 p.m. GicnI'iee, close G.30 a.m., 'Man., Wed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Moil., Wed., Fri. liareourt, close 9.45 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 9.45 a.m.; ar ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
ft J, ST8111I1 GKOCEU, , CORXER MO STYX .VXD HARG'RAYES 5 _ STREETS. 117JSIIES to thank his numerous cus ' tomors to;- then- continued sup , port during the his!, 17 yo:u-5. FIHST-CLAS3 STOCK OE GOODS AT SPECIAL 1'UICIDS—(.MY.E .AIE A ? CALL. 3 AGENT TOR SHARP BROS.' SOFT DRIXKS. • ADDRESS : Corner lUostyn anr'; Har i graves streets. POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS '•HERE'S THE GOODS.'' A LAYING -MACHINE. Xo. 2S, White Leghorn, 5th in iBen ciigo "Independent" Single Tost, 11)16 17; 2SG eggs in C days over 11 months; 250 competitors. FILRST SIX MONTHS OF SI3COXD SEASON—140 EGGS. Cockerels it'rom a'bove hen, 21/ each, for 191S delivery. Mated to a 297 cockerel. A. E. ROBLWSOX, Hargraves street, Ca-stlemaine. Government certificate for soundness. THE Gli.VMiPlOX PONY OF THE COM'M ONI WEALTH. To stand this season at Owner's Resi dence, GUiLDFOR'D. Tyrone stands 13.-1 'hands, and is a beautiful grev pony, with plenty of 1 bone and good action, and at the differ ent shows has gained prizes which l...
CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS WOUNDED IN ACTION. LANCE-CORPL. S. R. THOMAS, D.C.M. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 21 November 1917
CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS WOUNDED IN ACTION. LANCE-CORPL. S. R. THOMAS, D.C.M. Mrs J. Thomas, of Main street, Chewton, has been officially notified that her son, Lance-Cpl, S. R. Thomas, who recently was awarded the Distin guished Conduct Medal, has been sev erely wounded, and is now an inmate of the Horton, County of London, War Hospital, at Epsom, suffering from gunshot wounds in the left arm, left eye, and left shoulder. Although offi cially reported to be severely wounded, everyone will hope that he will speed ily recover.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
VERANDAH BLINDS 111 white or stripe duck, complete with poles, cords, pu»cys, straps, etc., ready to.liang— 6 x S. 9 x S. 10x8. 12 nJr No. 1. quality .. .. 22/6 32/6 35/ "' No. 2 quality .. .. 25/ 37/6 40/ - No. 3 quality .. .. 27/6 40/ 46/6 oO/ Quotations for special sizes on application. HANGING 3TEAT SAFES ill all sizes from 7/0 eocL. DECK CHAIRS, 4/6, 5/6, 5/11, in tarious colors of striped canvas. DECK CHAIR CANYAS, in red, blue, green stripes, good quality, 1/6 to 2/3 j yard. SEA GRASS CHAIRS AND LOUNGES, EN GREAT VARIETY. ^ 1 DOUBLE BED SIZE WIRE MATTRESSES, FROM 25/. CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS, White and gold, 2/75 lialf-doz. LINOLEUMS AND CARPETS in all widths and qualities, a large range of patterns at lowest ruling prices. SUIT CASES, all sizes and qualities. A good line of strong cases, suitable for school hooks, etc., J'/.ll, 4/11 each. R. DANN& Co House Furnishers, Barker st. -"V»^nrr mil iiiiiaffiinnrMH/rrm ^OUOHjS CO;o5 I v CURES) COOOH^CC,^ tsswess* U RECRUITING...
STATE POLITICS FORMING A MINISTRY. VARIOUS SUGGESTION'S DISCUSSED PROPOSALS FOR UNITY. MR BOWSER ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
STATE POLITICS 1 FORMING A MINISTRY. VARIOUS SUGGESTION'S DISCUSSED j PROPOSALS FOR UXITY. MR BOWSER ILL. I Owing to an attack of bronchitis, Mr J. Bowser, 'M.L.A., who lias been asked by Sir Arthur Stanley, the Governor, to form a new -State Ministry, had to keep to his room at the White Hart Hotel, yesterday. :Xo progress has vet been made with the construction of the new Caibinet, and finality will not •'be reached till after the meeting of the Liberal 'Party 011 Tuesday. (Several members of the Economy Liberal .Party saw Mr Bowser yester day. Sir Alexander Peacock, the re tiring Premier, was also a visitor, hav ing called to obtain the concurrence of the Premier-designate in the arrange ments made ,-at his request, for the opening of Parliament. !Mr Bowser has decided to remain in Melbourne for a few days, and not to return to \V;.n garatta, as he had intended. .Two judges of the Supreme Court, acting as Commissioners for Sir Arthur ■Stanley, the Governor, will open the new 'Par...
THE ROLL CALL 355TH CASUALTY LIST. 1678 NAMES. 178 DEATHS; 1243 WOUNDED. Last night the Defence Department issued the 355th casualty list, containing 1678 names, the details being:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
THE ROLL CALL rr ^ S55tb CASUALTY LIST. 1G7S XAWES. ITS' DEATHS; 1243 1Y0UXDEI). Last night the Defence Department issued the 355th casualty .list, contain ing 1G7S names, the details being :— 53 killed in action, 120 died of wounds, 5 died from other causes, 1243 wounded, 4 missing, 203 sick, 40 in jured, G prisoners of war. Castlemaine district names in the list are:—Private Victor R. Smith,'Mal don, injured; Private George !H. &1 al ter, Baringhup, wounded.
CASTLEMAINE HIGH SCHOOL MONTHLY MEETING OF COUNCIL. THE A. MACHEN HILL PRIZE. GIFT BY CASTLEMAINE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
CASTLEMAINE HIGH SCHOOL MONTHLY MEETING OP COUNCIL. THE A. 'MACHEX iH'I'LL PRIZE. GIFT BY OASTLEMMNE CRICKET OLTJIB. The usual monthly meeting of the High School Advisory Counr.l was held on Tuesday evening. A letter 'from 'the Borough Council was read, stating that the council had ( agreed to the request that the pound site 'be utilised as portion of proposed sports ground. Some discussion took place in regard to the levelling and improvement of the Western Reserve, and a sub-com mittee, consisting of Messrs. A. D. Freeman, iH. Dunn, and W. Errey, was appointed to supervise the .work, and determine whether the land should lie .fallow until the autumn, or be sown at once .with grass seed. The Minister of Education wrote, stating that Dr. 'Hill had handed him £31/110/ ;for the purpose of providing an annual prize for the dux of the school. An honor Aboard will be pro vided in the new school, on which the name of the dux of the school for each year will .be inscribed, who will also re...
CONDUCT OF THE WAR LLOYD GEORGE TRIUMPH'S. A SHAM CRISIS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
CONDUCT OF THE WAR * LLOYD GEORGE TRIUMPH'S. A SHAM 'CRISIS. (Reuter.) -Speaking on Tuesday at a luncheon at the Constitutional Club, Sir Edward Carson, who is a mem'ber of the War Cabinet, said :— "We have just passed through a worked-up, sham crisis. The colleagues of the Prime Minister have been sup posed to be cyphers and dummies who have been struck obedient by the will of the iPrime Minister. (.Laughter.) Nothing is further from the fact. (.Cheers.) Ministers were supposed to have been iwaging war on the great administration of our splendid army. A more wicked and more scandalous at tempt to sow dissension -in our midst at so grave and perilous a crisis has never been known. The whole thing •was a mischievous lie Ibrought about by political machination, ignorance, and suspicion, 'if there had been the slightest idea of politicians interfering iwith soldiers in "the management of the war I would not have remained a member of the ;War Cabinet." Speaking in. the (House of Commons...
CABLE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
CABLE JRATJ2S. y United Kingdom.—Ordinary vatc, 3/ ])er word; deferred rate, i/'J per word; (liable to delay .for 2-1 hours?); week end raics, 9d per .word, .with a mini mum o[ 15/; cables to members A.I.F.. 9d per word. Persons desiring to cable money to soldiers A.I.F. can do so through the il.O. Oliice, Castlcmaino, by paying cost of cable (15/), in addition to money order commission. 3'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
HOW TO PRETEXT 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 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.
FORWARD CASTLEMAINE ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING. SPORTS MEETING TO BE HELD. FOUNDATION DAY CHOSEN. CLOSER SETTLEMENT SCHEME. FOR REPATRIATION OF SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
FORWARD CASTLEMAINE ASSOCIA TION rr 'MONTHLY MEETING. .SPORTS MEETING TO BE 'HELD. FOUNDATION DAY CHOSEN. •CLOSER SETTLEMENT ISOHJ3ME. FOR REPATRIATION OF .SOLDIERS. The monthly meeting of the Associ ation was held in the .Stock Exchange room 'last night, the .president (Mr ;H. W. Pedler) occupying the chair. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr A. V. D. Rintoul, .Govern ment'Poultry Expert, regretting his in ability, owing to i'l 1-liealth, to give a lecture on "Selection of Layers," and suggesting a postponement until after Christmas.—'It was decided to defer the matter 'for the present, as suggest ed. REPORTS. The secretary reported 'that there were at present 107 members in the association, 'but a number of business people .had not yet ibeen interviewed. He thought that 'the number could easily be increased to 120 or 130 mem bers. •A report was received from the sports and amusements committee, re commending that a sports meeting 'be held in the Gardens on Foundation Day, 2sSth January, and ...
TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917
TELEPHONE CHANGES. .REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. •Recently a revised scale of charges for telephone calls of centres within 50 miles of Cust2cmninc came into op eration. The details arc : — Between S Between 7 a.m. and ■p.m. and 7 p.m. S a.m. Barker's Creels 2d. 2d. Bendigo Gd. 4d. Baring'nup 4d. 4d. Fryerstowu 2d. 2d, Guildford 2d. 2d. Kynetou Gd. •Id. Harcourt 2d. 2d. Malmsbury 4d. 4d. Melbourne 1/4 Sd. Maldon 4d. 4d. Maryborough Sd. 4d. Newstead 4d. 4d. Sutton Grange 4d. 4d. Taradale 4(1. 4d. 1 Vaughaa 2d. 2d. Yapeen 2d. 2d.