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COMMERCIAL. BENDICO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

COMMERCIAL. 'BENDICO STOCK MARKET. L I •Cattle.—Go'G yarded. Tills was a big uecroaso in uu-nrbers as compared with last Aveek. The lratio supply was re presented by a good number of bul locks of all descriptions, 'wit.li a larger proportion of co'ws and heifers. Quo tations -Prime bullocks, medium weights, £18/10/ to ;C2 1/.17/G; good bullocks, medium weights, £!•;> r.> £-27 10/'; useful bullocks, medium weight?. £14 to £15; prime lightweight. bul locks, £15/10/ to .£10/10/; gocd light weight bullocks, £12/10/ to £14; prime cows £15/15/ to £17/10/; extra to £20; good cows, £13 to £11; use ful cows, £10/15/ to £12; prime heifers, £14/10/ to £10; gocd hoifc-rs, £12/10/ to £13/10/; useful heifers, £10/10/ to £11/15,'. Sheep.—0594 penned. This number included a good number of stores, but the proportion ot trade sheep was a good one. Quotations :—Prime cross-! bred wethers, shorn, 2S/ ro 37/11; extra pri me and heavy crossbred wethers, shorn, to 45/3; good crossfnred welters, shor...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

BETTER I.I A CITS FOR BABV. Ouee uabv forms the habit, of being healthy, it's not hard for him to stay healthy. The habit of reswiar bowel movements is especially important. The use of physics and harsh purc.es should be avoided. XU.JOL is n I'.u- safer and more effec tive remedy. XVJOL is mamu':ic tiirod by the Standard Oil Company (Xe'.v Jersey). U.-S.A. It is a Itrbr? ea;:t. vor. :» medicine or ,1 drug, and is nr: c-'nzcr' cd by ihe sy?ieni. I: does not cr:_.o interfere -with dige^'ion. I";e.tc:r.:; to take. -For sale by Pliilpots and -Ceaklcy, Castlemaine. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

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

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

.METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. rf: The following readings are supplied by Mr. .Max Pine us, of Market Square. The readings are for the 21 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Wednesday 71 09 61 BAROMETER. Wednesday 2S.!)S steady. The official forecast for to-day is :— Dull and unsettled I ^

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Russia OFFER TO CONCLUDE SEPARATE PEACE. BY RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT. TRANSEFERRENCE OF GERMAN TROOPS FORESHADOWED, (Published by "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

Russia * OFFER TO CONCLUDE SEPARATE PEACE. BY RUSSIAN (GOVERNMENT. TIUXSEFERRENCE OF GEIOTAX TROOPS FORESHADOWED, (Published by "The -Times.") ■A'Berlin official message asserts that the new Russian Government 'has of fered to conclude a separate peace. The press 'foreshadows ihc immediate transfer of German troops to the West ■front, preparatory to •t.lie resumption of an offensive on a big scale. . A message from 'Stockholm states ■that the Swedish view regarding Rus sia is given in the ".National Tidende," •which says that 'Russia will shortly withdraw from official participation in the war. The iBolshevilc inliuence is increasing, and the entire people of Russia are utterly weary of war. Pol ish troops are guarding the Embassies in Petrograd.

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The British Front SERIES OF SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS. CONSIDERABLE MATERIAL CAPTURED. HOSTILE ARTILLERY ACTIVE. ENEMY ADMITS LOSING GROUND. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

The British Front i 1 +, SERIES OF SUCCESSFUL OPERA TIQXS. COXSIDEliAIiLE MATERIAL CAP TURED. HOSTILE AltTILLEKY ACTIVE. ENE.UY ADMITS LOSING GROUND. IReuter.) 'Field Marshal Sir Douglas I-Iaig re ports :—Soon a!fter daybreak, we car vied out satisfactorily a series of oper ations between St. Quentin and the river Searpe. f\Ve captured consider able material, but the number of pris oners who were taken have not yet ibeen counted. The weather became stormy, rendering the work of our air craft difficult. (Hostile artillery 'was active, particularly in the neighbor hood of Zonnebeke and Passchendaele. A wireless German official message states:—iThe English, attacking with strong force, gained ground between roads leading from 'Bapaume and Per onne to Camfbrai. Our counter mea sures are in full swing.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

'IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS. Bear in mind that Chamberlain's Tableis 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

MORE THA-X ENOUGH IS TOO MUCH To maintain 'heal-th, a 'mature man or woman needs just enough food to repair 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, rheumat ism, and disorders of the kidneys. .If troubled -with indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and not appetite con trol, and -take a fow doses of Cham berlain's Tablets and you will soon 'be all right again. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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W. IRELAND BENEFIT COMPLIMENTARY GARDEN FETE. LIBERAL PUBLIC SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

W. IRELAND BENEFIT T I COMPL'IMEXTA'RY OA'RDEX FETE, j . 1 LIBERAL PUBLIC SUPPORT. I Mr T. F. Reid presided over a oil attended meeting of delegates irom v'.'.e foundry employes, foundry band, and Four C's. in the Town Hall on Tuesday; night, when arrangements in coimoj lion with the complimentary garden. fete to Mr W. Ireland were advanced aj ■further stage. j The canvassers, Messrs. P. "Williams; and C. Pitt, reported cash donations'; from Messrs. J. Tolstrup. J. Anderson.; J. 'Nankervis, J. J. iHefter, J. Jeffories. I iH. 'W. iPedler, C. T. iHasler, T. II. j McCreery, and E. Hattam, also trop'a-: ies :from Messrs. B. A. -Webber, X.; Cock, R. Coakley, A. Verey, V. A. Ortey. I >M. Pineus, T. Sara, J. 'Barnes, A. Metli-j erall, W. iMacafee, G. iCallins. A. C. i Jane, and Mrs Harrison. 'Messrs. ill. j D. Cowling and D. Dale had offered to j defray 'the cost of 1000 dodgers, and; 'Mr Holy the printing of a calico sign. ; i The sports committee recommended, the following sports prog...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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SUBMARINES FAIL. MEANS FOUND TO MINIMISE MENACE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

SUIttl.UUNES FAIL, lUEAXS FOUND TO uMIXLMISE .MENACE. (Reucei'.J Mi- Josephns Daniels, Secretary of the American Navy, referring on Tues day to '.Mr Lloyd George's statement ' ihat five submarines had been sunk on Saturday, said : — "The submarines have failed, and will fail to accomplish 'their ends. i\Ieans have been found for nullifying to a large extent their effectiveness." iSticli of -the cable nows on this inige so headed lias appeared in "The Times," and is cabled to Australia by special -permission. ilt. should be understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to be so.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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THE LATEST. GREAT BATLLE IN PROGRESS. WATCHED WITH ANNIETY. GRAVE ISSUE AT STAKE. ITALIANS RESISTING AND COUNT TER-ATTACKING, (United Service Special Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

THE LATEST. | G Pi LAI BATTLE I.\ PROGRI^ ! IVATCirED With A.XXIEH, (.'KATE ISM'E AT .STAKE. ITALIANS J?E.SISTI>"G AM) COD'. TEIi-A TTACKIXG, {I'ii::ed So The progress of the great oattie i: the Tuliau ntou trains is beinc r::6 ed ■•.vith great anxiety. since :he Germ ans announced "no stormin: or Qttt: Monte Comal!3. for if :he Au;:ro-G;: mans capture Monro Totnba, on ii northern slope, a two xiies &se would bring the:r. to the p'ui:, iti may cause the Itaiians to lose th-.? ave line, and Venice. The essays not renewed ;o cross the it er Fiave. and are eonecturattni ifi efforts in the I'r-pcr Bresta aad ¥*"■ where tighrinc has boon incessant si; the 7th Xovetnber. An encort:it feature is tna the Italians are merely res:?tin- strong attach, it are repeated'.;.- an.; effective!? cours attacking. A Paris senti-oroiai tnossage —The whole can.er is in the er.ezT pouring do'.vn the troer co:tr;est; Brenta an-.l Pi are. and enter!::: plain. lie is ot:\p!oyi::g: all his res;>...

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PROPOSAL TO TRANSFER PAPACY TO SPAIN. REPORTED FROM ROME. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

PROPOSAL TO T1UXSFEK PAPACY TO SPAIX. ± REPORTED 'FRO.M ROME. (United Service Spccial Caible.) ■A'telegram from Rome stat.es :—Re ports which iwere current in 1915 re garding the proposed removal of rhe I Holy Sec to Spain have been revived. The reports state that owing to the present situation, any peace movement by the Vatican might cause troirble, even endangering the 'Holy See, there fore the Pope has sent, out feelers to the King of Spain, In order to ascer tain whether the eventual transfer of the iPapacy would be favorably receiv ed bv .Spain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

I WEDDING I f^qst—fly. The marri.i co o.' Miss R'-sy Ely, ;ourth J : r of Mr 3-* "j! Geo. Ely. of "'a:.! Or.:." Harcou::.*•; .Mr Ernes: Charles Fros:. rhird s.'1: Mr a:ui -.Mrs Clmrlos Fros:. M proof, was .;:::e:ly celebrated s» Methodist Ca:::va. Farceur:, cc 14:ii i:;s:„ , -..v.r relatives co:nrae:.:r.g parties being preset. i bride, who was ui'-va a>v;iy by -j father, looked i.:--r.iin 3 white embroiderer, voile. Sac «•••*• a lovolv shower hououe: of all. orange blossom and aJP3^ fern, and were the customary and veil. The bridesmaids were Miss Ely, sister of the ' r. ie. andM!«^; Fros:. sis:or of the bridegroom, inglv a::iren siik frocks^ boil'.]ue:s o! pirk poppies, Pi;:k^ peas, and asmr-agus 'e™. 3:U\£y. streamers. The best man n'a G. Ely, A.M. J"., brother of the ^ ana Mr T. Smcer. Srotber-a-^ the bride, was groomsman. groom's gifts :o :he bridesma^ gold and cameo ring and Rev. R. Di::erieh was tie oiut^ clergyman. .-l-jr? i clergyman. j After ihe et>ro:no::v, the bridal...

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SOLDIERS TO VOTE AT 19. HOUSE OF COMMON'S DECIDES. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

SOLDIERS TO VOTE AT 19. HOUSE OP COMMON'S DEOIDRS. (Reuter.) It >\vas unanimously agreed by the; ■House of 'Commons on Tuesday thaij soldiers and sailors should be entitled i to vote directly they attained the age of 19.

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TRAWOOL TRAGEDY MOTHER'S BODY FOUND [?]CLES RECOVERED FROM THE RIVER. MELBOURNE Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

3I0THer-s f0uxd- . Iir recovered from the ^ ' river. ; MELBOURNE* Midnight.. ,,,^^•01 Mrs Taylor, mother of /ordered sh'!. 'v-^ tonnd in the River at Ira wool to-day, ..•isr:i jnii yard* from mo -not where [f^rs body was recovered. The r>-cs much decomposed, and 'was . ?jj the snag;. A post mortem on wiiJ 'jo made immediately. K'jq trunk, a har box. Jiessiau, a I:7sued co soldier?, a military blan lifjada quaniity of'wearing apparel found in the river close to ''fjsot iviiere Ille siri'3 b°dy was Whittle, 22, was charged at the f-'-rCoan yesteroay". v^_ir:i having; shot i.%:husband, Arthur William Whit |.',';:^;ee of tlte Commercial Hotel, |.<;&rs s^eet, .;vi;li iiiicni 10 murder Xovember 13. She was re- j '"ic'i ^eaao>day, bail in one ■::%o; £100 being allowed.

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Italy HUN MASSED ATTACKS DRIVEN BACK BY [?] CRITICAL STAGE REACHED PRINCE OF WALES ON ITALIAN FRONT. (Reuter.) An Italian official message says:—"We drove back four [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 November 1917

Italy "1'N 5!AS^_W,UIS CltlTIC.VL STU;f in-. Lac«eb, PRINCE or \VAH:s on IT,,, FKOM. TALiA5 (Reuter.) An. Italian official m6ssa„t ^ e drove back fn„, =: sa>'5 'uttsaase sayj "We drove back tour mass a--^. against the Monfenera Spur. prisoner "00 men on Sunday an.uv, day in the Mele-ua region," "3j" (Admiralty : By Wireless pI5;^ . A German communique says i "We drove back, after de=p's^; : fighting, strong Italian counter-atia^ | on the northern slope of Mocte Tas ; A mo;-, critical stage lias fcesa t«i ' ched in tb° battle 0:1 the Piavg. ; Mr .1. M. X. Jeffries. the ^ei!-kso*a ' \\"XT CO**rOif^O"." describes QrSl which the Austro-Gorniatis clairs tj ' have forntv-l, ;i? an aiWapor^ hingo be'-veeri 'ho armies facingscri ; and The _ mtetny brwtgj suflscient rc.n:•;• rce:nest s to uss ; Verdun shock tac::cs. dense raassjsa-. Waneing like a hage battering ran.\<; ' Jefferio? mentions that nine at-afe ; were made in M hoars ea;t~a:i 0; jAsiago. Most desperate efforts hi; ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 November 1917

^TED, TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. F 'OUXR—Yellow greyhound bitch. Owner can have same on paying Apply, T. .Moon, South Vneldeiord. T OST.—Small. dark silk handbag. " containing, note, silver, e,:\ Jl'e .jttrA Apply, Mrs 'Haiford, Margraves p OR SALE.—One superior, medium lorry horse, o years: one light iorry horse, 0 years; also one heavy horse, suit stone carter, or heavy lorry. Apply, at /Williamson's, Butcher's Arms, Winter's Fiat. QDXERAi; wanted, good wage.-, or sir! to sleep at home. Mrs A. D. Hopkins. Bull street. jTOR SALE.—Roofing iron, flooring boards, two reaping machir.es, i and ?. ploughs. Apply, Best Bros. TTOR SALE,—'Pie stall and business. Apply, E. Smart, Adams street.(i Castlemaine. * FOR SALE.—The property in I'rqu harc street, S rooms, land S4 x 132. Make your own price, and your o'iv:! tc-rms. A. E. Pensom, 34ti Toorak Road, South Yarra. JO LET.—Five roomed house, with bath and copper; good situation. 5. Harrison. Garage. BUSINESS 'NOTICES. J^OSiKilY,—Over one thousa...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS. LIKELY TO LOSE FRANCHISE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 November 1917

CO.VSCIESTIOI'S OBJECTORS. — ? likely to lose fra-xchise. (Renter.) Bv 20i> votes to 171 the House of Commons lias adopted an amemlincnr ro the Electoral Reform Bill disenfran c'lisins conscientious objectors.

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Mesopotamia JERUSALEM IN SIGHT. BRITISH FIVE MILES AWAY. (Reuter.) An official report dealing with the operations in Palestine says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 November 1917

Mesopotamia ji'ItrSALL'31 I.V SI0JIT. BRITISH FIVE 31 iLfc'S AWAY, (Roiucr.) An ^ dealing with the -line says : — Kirrhward of Jaffa is p'jera^ '~j!ie s::r.ut:.on northward of Jaffa is nsel ferntornil infantry car ried Kurye: e! six miles west i'ard of Jerusalem. a- ;lie bzyovct'i rJin;. Scottish troops occupied -Bei: [iki. west ward of "On" lore?? o;> Tuesday were in con .,Ct. .with the enemy four miles west MrJ of Bireh in.mh of Jerusalem). 0i the Jeni?;ile;ii :o Sheehem road."

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RED CROSS SOCIETY. GUILDFORD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 November 1917

RED CROSS SOCtEn, GUILBF0RDBRAXgh I rue lames o? Guli^. st'ir! vi hia .. a star-, in the ng-dl when tae Guildtord lagK • *.es our correspond^ **i quite cor:a!.n that there ; thing doins." a siroa2'^l^ '. in connectbn with the ', branch has been lorititi,'^) :ot £5 having been secw^ViM ' male branch, material ^ *w i and the members are I iraking all sorts 0: ardcW*\^l ;ot otir wounded soldiers.~ 'i ?ctie officials, Mrs F. 0. Harlw'M jsitlent). and Miss M. Delm4v'-'H ; retary) have been aMo-at^.'^l '.is much enthusiasm saov.-r. 'movement. ""'^1 ; A meetitig V;l\ be heli 5, ^,1 1 iiinht in Hariord's Kali, a>iH?l dersto-i'l that the ladie; spajy.?! '• sire the presence oi the tar.^'-J"'j !. -.he male committee, as t^T? tna'ters they wish to have ra ; OtlU To au?men • •*: the fund? they is^;.. hold a social evening h December 3th. at which the:; -arc?. ?ames. dancin;. ani ; <ical items. lhe aitnUsijj scr/'.cmen bo one shilV.n; -..., ro-cuii ?iso ye c-^,.1 :ills is a m uies:...

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