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DON'T WORRY AN ARMY DECLARATION. TWO ALTERNATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

DON'T WORRY AN A'RiM'Y 'DECLARATION. TWO ALT'ERiNATtWlES. Henri .Raveau, a -Paris 'business man, at present Sergeaiit-at-ar.ms of 'Engi neers, at t'he front in France, sent to a friend in the United States this de claration, which he says is very .popu lar in the trenches :— You have two alternatives : either you are mobilised or you are not. If, net, you have nothing to worry about. If you are, you have two alternatives: either you are in camp or at the front. If you are in camp you have nothing to worry 'about. 'If you are At t'he front you 'have two alternatives : either you are in reserve, or you are in the fight ing line. If in the reserve you 'have nothing to worry about. I:f you are in the fighting line, you have tw-o alterna tives : either you scrap or you don't. If you don't you have nothing to worry about. 'If you scrap you have two alternatives : either yau get hurt or you don't. :!f you don't, you have nothing to worry about. If you get hurt, you have two alternatives : ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS INTOLERANCE. TOWN HALL, THURSDAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

rERTAINMHNTS }-N'TOLEP,ax;> TOWN" HALL. THURSDsv i Th?.; mu:i (i-Jcus-si, ! same ;:;ne. universally I linos: phcoplay rne;:a:>. : ; cviveh I'lt^lorauce, :.s -3 i FoyieV Paramouac Pic:-;:;;' . jutio'.ioa wi'ii J. C. v.':w^. [ Ltd., :U the Tow:; H-i; £; Grocer. In:Dlevi::-; I story c: love's straggle fc-J ; aces, una over seven:? ;;>l ; pie are seen oa the s::h2>. j show in:: 0: the picture. fotuures c: the pic.ure Babylon, Belshaznr's o!e Xazarene in "-iie 'rha^ Paris under -he s;o-argj .;j?« j do Medici. David 'WarsC* j producer, spent three 0: | c: his life, as wel! as iv.< | much money as The Eir:h ! cos: him. before seeir: I it? complete state. 13,'jOO : Over U0i).».»») foe' 0: 2a ! and the tit:os were cu: atttta; 1 ed hundreds of times id::;; > od perfect ay this ''-'oaie: ; i Four dtsttnet stertes. eat;;;; :i:o sv.l"jo:: of ir.tclerr.;?.ro throuaheu" tlie story, ye; :y certain attachment tit- ci whole pio'aro is a^ett;::::; ■;inniu- to o::i and is or. ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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SURE RELIEF, WITHOUT GRIPING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

SURE RELIEF, WITHOUT GRIPING. •XiUJOL keeps the bowel contents r.c.fv, ami restores normal movements. Willi the use of XU.TOL, one does not •have any of the griping or distress that usually follow the use of drug reme dies. When one considers that, in ■many cases the taking of an ordinary ■physic is of itself quite a distressing operation. The internal lubricant, without any upsetting of the system •that "XUJ'OLi makes possible, certainly is a decided advantage in its fa.-vor. <Xot a drug or a physic, but a mech anical lu'bricant. XUJOL is manufac tured by the 'Standard Oil Company (Xew Jersey), U.S.A. It is a lubri cant, not a medicine or a drug, and is not absorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestion. Pleasant to take. 'For sale by 'Piiilpots and Coakley, Casticmaine.

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GERMANY'S FOES INCREAS[?] URUGUAY JOINS THE A[?] SEVERANCE OF RELATIONS[?] GERMANY. PERU RECALLS REPRESE[?] TIVES. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

"URL'GCAY JQixg Tt | "SEVERANCE OP REl.T: GJia.SvTl0si' PERU RECALLS ?lEo?. Tn-Eg.'^ (Remer; , mossaSe from fi-y uiat the republic </ tC r:; ered relations 'vith b rom Lima (;PerU) that the Peruvian Guve-?'^ ered the Peruv;aa e return, a:-l ;3 also 'J*k Peruvian Consuis -a

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. RIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

| III '| III | || IF I ) SPORTING NEWS. A_ T rifle siiootixg. castleaf aiwe club. The handicap competition, 10 shots at 200 and 300 yards, was fired on Saturday .in rather unfavorable condi tions. There was a good entry, and after an interesting shoot the 'prize (a £il ^var saving certificate) was Won by R. :Bettany, the popular vice cap lain of the club, who scored the possible (including handicap), at both ranges. K. .Siimon, >W. .Sincock, and J. (Harris, -secured the other prizes. The following are .i he scores : — '200. ;3l'0 J-lcp. Til. R. ^Bettany ■17 45 S 100 •R. 'Stinton 47 42 7 9G W. Sincock 47 42 G 95 .T. 'Harris , '42 36 17 05 ©. Hail 45 ,44 5 94 I. 'Gibson 45 42 0 92 R. -Dann 40 42 10 r>2 i8. 'Leech 47 40 5 92 W. Clark 41 44 5 90 T. Arthur 41 41 ii S7 'C. Shaw 30 30 IS 87 J. Wilis '33 3u 1,S S7 'Practice will he held on Saturday, the 20th inst, at :500 and G00 yards, and the fallowing Saturday a competi tion at 500 and -'J<10 yards. 10 shots, will he dec...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

PB^-wwrnnartnTrnir-iTiwii i ■iiugBmamai If 2.33. S^OTULto-fc When Selecting a O-iffe Caro iio f G F. Newham's M, jEsS&^PUg5© ^kslcL ",!§7"sa»:a3»S.©«3L OF UP-TO-DATE GOODS. fiorfi CHEIST3IAS PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS AT TEE FRONT AT (XX CE. [IHsF.LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO T«HB LATEST MAGAZINES 1 i ! AND WEEKLY PAPERS. i 15^ 5 Ff i BARKER LVjin-ET. II II ^ f L %s^ fi I fi fi ^ ® ^/'«0 .UlLES XOX-STOP RUN—WORLD'S RECORD. «>. ,-pc if3'' ■ W^; .: aster ^xg Car CW' l-'^VELL lllfill-PRICED CAR FEATURES, ALL INCLUDED FOR 1 £ -295. [?!f£.UTKE AND EVERY REFINE-IIENT OF CAlt-w SELL AT !TWICE ITS PRICE. : s»it tlie man with Hie V??r W!,n,?ori*!iny light on lub p.-'tr!n s:'i! !'o:,/:''k' |;-;"'Cs to the jraliun of lubriv-;.-' lNv?rt>°.s 'u'r caNfln <'i benzine. K™ ARRAN I,;:;1 kom-ectivu buyers. :»i«I electric Ifolrts. lliJlLTIl(it»>. - ■< i!«'iU Tup. i/ii" design. '' ''idsliiold (clerir §C , !::;,;'('0f). »s: Horn, "Wider front and rear scats. Aluminium tra...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

STIFF JOINTS. From whatever source arising there can be no greater cruise of pain that indicted by stiff joints. Like a badly fitting- door the betiding or straighten-j fluence of Comstock's Nerve and J Bone Liniment. Persevering use of this Liniment ■will cause the*, most stti'bjborn case to relax. Sold by all -leading chc.mists ant? storekeepers, price 2/6, or in-ill "be sent | post, -fr-ee at -same 'price by the W. PI. •Comstock Co., Ltd., 23 'Lang street, Sydney. After studying the details supplied to him yesterday regarding the floods in tho 'Murray river, .Mr <W. Cattanach, Chairman of the .TVater Co-miniss'ion, .said that the position could hardly ibe more serious. Fortunately, however, the rainfall in the past 24 hours had ibeen light. in»- of the leg or arm,' or the part affected ! moves with a jar,' so excruciatingly* pain-j ful that it is only a matter of time heforc' the join is become j fixed. Bathing, fric tion, oi's> limmentf? and ointments have in thous...

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DISTRICT TEACHERS MONTHLY MEETING. MANUAL TRAINING EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

DISTRICT TEACHERS 4 .mXTIILY O.IEETIXG. ! MAiXHML TllABXENTr EXtHTBITIOX. j The usual, monthly meeting of the District Teachers, .presided over by Mr E. 11. D'avey, district inspector, was held at the High School, on Saturday morning. Over 70 teachers were pre sent., Maldon and Kyncton districts be ing well represented. slmportaivr., matters in connection ■with ihe 'forthcoming exhibition of 'manual raining to .be held in the Town Hall on Friday and 'Saturday, the Stli and 9th of Decem'bcr, were discussed. ; iMr Lioyd Smith. Sutton Grange, ad dressed the .teachers on modelling and ! drawing. iVaiuabie suggestions were given wi;li regard to the preparation of -work in these subjects, am] the me thod of fixing up the modelling exhibits to be sent in from ihe outlying dis tricts. iMr Sieiner. who had gone to consid erable trouble to supply teachers with samples of model dra-wing bearing oUj the work to be prepared for the exhi bition, also dealt with some aspects of[ modelling and draw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

THE LotcIot Director (Published Annually.) Enables traders throughout the World to communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to Lon don and its suburbs, the directory con tains lists of EXPORT 'MERCHANTS with, the goods they ship, and the Col onial and Foreign '-Markets tliev supplv, •STEAMSHIP LINES Arranged under the Ports to which they sail, and indicating the approxi mate sailings; .PROY'INGIAL TRA1DE iNOTICES of leading Manufacturers, .Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial towns and industrial centres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition -will be •fonwarded, freight 3>aid, on receipt of Postal Order ifor 20/. (Dealers seeking agencies can adver tise their trade cards for £1, or larger advertisements from £3. T1IE LOM)OX DIRECTORY Co., Ltd., "25, <Aibcliurcli Lane, London, E.C. RECRUITING READY For Married Men Prepared to JQ- ~M FOR HOME AND Bates for a Soldier ...

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The British Front CONSIDERABLE ARTILLERY FIRE. GERMAN RAIDS REPULSED. (Reuter.) Field Marshal Six Douglas Haig reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

The British j^rcm * CONSIDERABLE ARTILLERY KIRE.j ——— i GERMAN RAIDS liEl'ULSEl). j CReuter.) Field .Marshal 'Six- Douglas Haig re ports :— "There has been considerable artil lery five on the battle .front all night. AVe marie a successful raid south-east of Broodseinde, inflicting casualties, and took prisoner 20. We repulsed an attempted raid southward of the ^ pres-Comines Canal. "The Leicestersliires made a suc ce>sful raid eastward ofiCite .de Elie. "The weather is sliawery and cold er."

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HARCOURT TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

HABCOUBT TELEPHONE EX CHAJfGE. -T: Bastes, H. R. and Sous, 28 Cherry and Sons, Pry., Ltd. — 24 Eagle, A. E. — r-c 8 15 Eagle, Ebenezer Eagle, I-I. 9 Eagle, William _ 14 Ely, John M. 10 Ely, Walter P. 29 Ely, W. H. — ,19 Gaasch, J. A. and P. £ Gartside Bros. i j. Guthrie. Mrn J. —• •— 30 Lang, J. I-I. 12 McDougall, H. — 8 .VeLean, Donald 20 .McLean, Hugh —. 26 Pellas, J. ~ IS Pritchard, Ed. IS Railway Statlo-u 25 Rash, L. H. 18 Seelenmeyc-r, C. H J 6 Smith, W. 27 State Rivera aud Water Sup. Com. 21 Symes, H. 23 Torrens, Tliomao r , Y Williams, W. ud a ii William, W. r , . 0^# 17 Wilson C. and Co. r , 3 Warren, J. B. 6 Warren, C. A. — 22

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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TYPHOON IN JAPAN A TERRIBLE DISASTER. GREAT NUMBERS OF LIVES LOST. MANY VILLAGES DESTROYED. ISLAND OF THREE HUNDRED INHABITANTS DISAPPEARS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

TYPHOON IN JAPAN A TER RI'B LE DISASTER. GREAT XL"M:BER3 OF LIVES LOST, j 'MAXV VILLAGES DESTROYED. ISLAND OP THREE .HUNDRED IX H A'B i TAN T S DIS A BP EAR S. (Router.) Usurer's correspondent at Tokio says :—The number of deaths reported in connection with Monday's typhoon increases hourly. The death roil and the damage are s% great that a com prehensive estimate is no: yet avail able. It is believed that the materia! damage will total over one hundred million yen. In the Tokio prefecture alone, there were-over 500 deaths, 3000 houses were damaged, and 130 houses submerged. Two hundred thousand people have been rendered homeless. 'Several villages in the neighborhood of Tokio were 'totally destroyed. In Sunamura alone 300 bodies have already 'been recovered. A small is land Oi'f •Uiuyasu. disappeared in the muddy sea, with 300 inhabitants. :

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BUSINESS NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

I ! BUS1'\'E93 NOTICE. •Mr Marehant, optician, and eyesight specialist, of Goolong, will pay his periodical visit 'to iCastlemaine 'to morrow, and may be consulted all day at the 'Mechanics' Institute.

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ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

ITEMS OF NEWS —rk iA cablegram was received by bis relatives here yesterday :froni Private V. Ireland, who not long ago sailed for England as a member of the Miners' Corps, stating that lie had arrived safe ly in England, 'and was now in training 011 Salisbury Plain. Several other Oastlemaine district soldiers sailed in the same transport as (Private Ireland. The pupils of St. Catherine's School have ibeen anxiously regarding the weather, as they are this afternoon to pl'ay friendly games of 'tennis and Ibas ket hall with .teams from Girtori Col lege, Bendigo. Preparations 'have been entered into with great zest by the young people, and their enthusiastic principal, Miss Langley, hopes to 'see the 'parents, old girls and friends at the matches. Tennis -will he played on the Anglican court 'beginning at 1.45, and basket 'ball on the school grounds at 4 P-ni. Having spent a most delight ful day at Girton last term St..Cather ines girls are -looking forward -with keen pleasure to seein...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MAYOR FREEMAN ELECTED PRESIDENT LOCAL PREACHER'S ASSOCIATION. DETAILS OF THE ORGANISATION. ANNUAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

MAYOR FREEMAN ELECTED PRESIDENT +. LOCAL PREACHER'S ASSOCIATION. DETAILS OF THE ORGANISATION. AXXUAL COUXOIL. i T; is over 20 years ago si-uce tlie ' .Mayor (Cr. .Freeman) first attended the 'siting of the annual council o;' the : Methodist Local Preachers' Associa tion. It is not customary for the same delegates to be sent from a dis ) trie: year after year, and consequently i'lvciuer.t chances are noticeable in the composition of the annual council. Xot long: a2:0 '.Mr Freeman was ap l pointed vice-president, of the associa tion, and new he has become presi de:;:. The annual council commenced its •' sittings at Bailarat 0:1 Saturday even ing. when preliminary business was i dealt with. On Sunday the delegate; preached at the different Methodist 1 churches in that district. -Mr Freeman being allotted to the Uarkiy street ; church. -Yesterday the sitting of the council was resumed, the attendance of delegates being over 70. 'Mr Free man vr.2 unanimously elected presi : dent, and was...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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THEN AND NOW THE BRITISH NAVY. 70 YEARS' PROGRESS. FROM WOODEN SHIPS TO DREADNOUGHTS. THE CONDITIONS IN THE FORTIES. REMARKABLE TRANSFORMATION. OLD SAILOR'S RECOLLECTIONS. INTERVIEW WITH MR ROBERT OTTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

THEN AND NOW —-s THE BRITISH NAMY. 70 YEARS' 'PROGRESS. FROM WOODEN ISlHI'PS TO DRBA'D ivOUlGIHTlS. THE CONDITIONS iILN? THE FORTIES. ■RIE&MIRKAIBI/E TR'ANiSFORiMATiIOX. OLD iSATLOiR'S RECOLLECTION'S. INTERVIEW WITH MR ROBERT OTTIDRY. ,Close on 89 years of age, and con fined to bed owing to an attack of para lysis some months ago, and in a some what serious state of health, Robert. Ottery, one of the oldest residents of Ohewton, is as mentally strong and al ert as .most men hall his age, and takes as keen an interest in public -af fairs as any m'an. <He is a fine sample ot the sturdy Britisher, and has spent a very adventurous life. tHe has seen a lot in :his time. He was nine years o,f age.when Melbourne was surveyed; that great city sprang into existence in his lifetime. He has seen all the changes i,n the British .Navy, from the wooden warship to the super-Dread nought, 'Perhaps the remarkable mental and physical vigor, which has characterised him, is the resul...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

Hair Health and Skin Beauty Here are several hints on the toilet that arc proved successful : — GREY HAIR:—Few mm and -women know that fluid Lithone. rubbed into the scalp several times a wee!: will re store grey hair to its original color i:» ■j. few short -weeks.- Lithone b; not a dye—it is a remarkable fluid fsund to possess extraordinary power over grey hair. A few days after one starts to use it one can see the natural color coming- (back. Day by day the greyness gets less—'less—less, until in a few ■weeks one may leave off using the fluid, for there will not 'be a sign of greyness to be seen. :It is worth try ing, for so -many people 'praise it. Price 3/9 (posta.se 9d). WiH ITE VATHJIL—Few women kno;w that .value of Yv'hiie Yathmi on the skin. It has the curious, effect of removing wrinkles and crow's feet from the skin : it makes a 'harsh, rough coarse skin, soft and velvety; it "prevents" (note the word prevents) Ireckles and tan, and takes the smart ing stinging and redness...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RED CROSS SOCIETY. CASTLEMAINE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

RED CROSS SOCIETY. 4 C AS T LE JI A:I'X E '.BR AX-CM. Yesterday one hamper was packed ready for despatch to 'Federal Govern ment .House. It contained :—35 flannel shirts, 3-3 pairs socks, 19 pairs mittens, 11 muffl ers, 10 Balaclavas, 13 pairs cuffs. 1 pair bed socks, 6 washers. The folio wing Sifts are acknow ledged :—Miss Curie wis, 1 pair socks; '.Mrs .Brock, senr., 0' .washers. Cash donations :—Donation from Mr Faravoni, 10/: frome sale of recipes, per Mrs A. Roberts. 10/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

riKE wo 01). Fi KE WOOI!. Phono 97. W:E DESIRE to ill a 11 lc the public oi'l Castlemaine and District for their past patronage, and liope for a continuance of their support. Best ©ox Blocks always on hand, and sup plied in any quantities. Prime Chaff always on hand. 'Coal, Coke, and Produce of all kinds kept in stock. Good stock of Mou'tit -byall Manures on hand. BENDER TYt'lNE, special lines o£ Bulldog and 'Imperial brands, just; opened un. 1 WE ARE* BUYERS OF WOOD, HAY. GRAkY AXD PRODUCE. OATS CRUSHED AND CHAFF'CUT FOR TH'B PUBLIC. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BASSHTT liKOS., TEMPLETOX STREET. HIEBUHR & SON1 i UXDEiiTAKEllS. 1 ESTABLISHED 0.S53. Oak and Kauri Polished 'Caskets sup-! plied in e.p. silver, solid ibrass, and nickel silver, at lowest rates, likewise inexpensive funerals. Phone 7. Office and 'Residence, Castle jnainc. UXDERTAKIDilS. T.. ODGERS & GO. OLD ESTABLISH .M-BXT. BARKER .STREET. Re.c pectahlc Funerals 'conducted for lowest rates. Prices and ter...

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The Castlemaine Mail. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 9 October 1917

.'V ' fry *v Ulp gciaii TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. .1917. Sir Douglas Haig's caiefully planned a lid successful offensive ia Flanders is the big 'topic throughout the civilis ed world to-day. It is particularly welcome in the Empire countries. Tho effete, slothful, pleasure-loving Briton, as Gorman and American writers free ly termed him, has not only given the Germans a shock; .but the world in general. .lie Iras proved thai under neath all the outward indolence and petty vices which a Ions: peace fasten ed on him, the real 'Briton, the Briton of 'Agincourt, of Badajos, of Inkerman, and 'Waterloo, is still there. ic was not an awakening, it was simply .the shedding of the lighter things of life' for tne rca! things, .ma: has brought Britain into the first rank of military powers. A ititle over three years ago she was nor .regarded seriously by the Continental nations as a military 'fac tor; to-day she has proved incontest i'bly t:ie greatest military power on eai\h. iaree years ago she co...

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