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CORRESPONDENCE MR DITTERICH AND MAGNA CHARTA. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

CORRESPONDENCE .T MR DITTiERIOH AND MA1GNA OHARTA. Sir,—I have established three card inal propositions. (1) Slavery was not abolished by the Charter. Prooi— Wat Tyler, one hunderd and sixty years after the Charter, arose and de manded its abolition. Hume s History —The King granted 'the demand or Tyler by '.Charter, but Parliament an nulled same. Turner's Historj-— Chief Justice Dyer, with a 'full court, nearly 400 years after (1582) adjudica ted on 'the slave question. Such an ■action would not Ibe entertained now in our courts. Men then were transfei red to different owners like trees growing upon the. land, or sold sepai ately like chattels. Oyer's .Life o Lord Camp'bell.—No copyholder could vote for Parliament, no matter how respectable or rich, until the passage of t'he Reform 'Bill of fl<S32, because he held by a.'base or slave tenure. English Statutes.—>No mail can venture to fix the precise moment when the distinc tion between Norman and Saxon, mas ter and sla...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

jOl '±xl 30o-ia.Tfc*-fc When Selecting a Gift ®-<o> '■too W. F. Newham's -A. a/EXCS. .JlLSS S €2>2?*&3L22LOS2L'& or UP-TO-DATE GOODS. [flora CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR THE boys AT THE FRONT AT ONCE. iTHB LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS. if F fl ® m a BAHEEH S'j RfiET. Duggairs Garage I 1ft r= ft VtV /: i im-y| } !W ; --.'•"jt) utiles NON-stop 11OT—WORLD'S RECORD. ft *=n p, r^p5 Koaclster 'I &SiXWKLL HIGH-PRICED CAR FEATURES, ALL INCLUDED FOR £ 295. tail I'mURE AND every REFINEMENT OF CAJto SELL AT TWICE ITS TRICE. p\ p j|%g3 1/1 am Cai 1 Car <o suit Uic ma» vdih tlie f Pocket, wonderfully light on lnb «il ana benzine. ^miles (o tin; galiou of Inbrieiif '^ic starter;>;<<] electric lights. :fWMq riiKs. ir1 n;a<j:iioto. *«1> ii?!",1*;1".0 (ksi>ri1 ■' i(-tiiijr windshield (clear ^n.)va,;;vroof). a^Jc worn. Wider front and rear seats. Ahimininm transmission housing...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE SLOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

CASTiLEMA'INE 'SLOGAN. 'Sir,—'.Mr Foyle's letter in Monday's "Mail," regarding t>he slogan competi tion was to the point. IHis idea that the slogans should (be published as. they were received, was considered by the committee when the conditions were drawn up. It was thought that this ■would be unfair to competitors, how ever, as one might compose a good slogan, and on it being (published someone else might improve it toy .per haps a single iword, and thus get the prize. As the competition is open to all comers, we considered it fairer-to open no envelopes till the close of the competition. —Yours, etc., 'H. HMTOI.SOX, Convenor F.C. Publicity Committee. iCastlemaine, •October Bth, 19-17.

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THE MAGNA CHARTA CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

THE .MAG.VA GHAiRTiA COXTROY lEIl-SY. ";Sir,—Is not Enquirer JS'o. 2 "over (.he fence" in statins? that the patriotic fund results from rho schools of Vic toria are:—(State Schools £'200,000, Lutheran £50, and 'Roman Catholic £1/14/6. /In common fairness, he ^linnlij tell us where,he got his "guess" from.— Yours, etc., «it>tj/ytvtyv 1 'PltODDY." iCasUomaiiie, October 9tli, 1917.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. ^ These Tablets are intended especial- : ly for disorders of the stomach, liver, ; and bowels. If you are troubled with : heartburn, indigestion or 'constipation. > they will do you good. Try them. Sold : by Geo. Clark and iSon. Wholesale Dis- : MEBITHR & SON O" ])E RTAKEKS. ESTABLISHED 1859. Oak and Kauri Polished Caskets sup plied in e.p. silver, solid ibrass, •and nickel silver, at. lo-wes-t rates, likewise inexpensive funerals. Phone 7. Office and Residence, Castle main e. UNDERTAKERS. ;T. ODGERS&CO. O'L'D ESTABLISHMENT, 'BARKER •STREET. •Respectable Funerals conducted for lowest rates. Prices and terms 'for better class of Funerals as per arrangement ax lo-west rates. Every ,care anid attention given to all the requirements of the trade. Telephone (shop and -residence) No. 43. Printed and publisjied by Clarence 'Roy Williams, for th e proprietors, iop and W'illiami;, at the office of "The Castlemaine MailHostyji street, Castlemaine, Vic...

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The Great Strike TROUBLE NOT YET ENDED. SEAMEN OBJECT TO NON-UNIONISTS. OWNERS DETERMINED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

The Great Strike m TROUBLE SOT YET ENDED. SEAMEN OBJECT TO XOX-OI OV ISTS. (HVXERS DETEIOnyivI). MELBOURNE, Tuesday. •Members of the Seamen's Uniou re fused -to-day to work with -volunteer firemen on the steamer Oonah, which left for Tasmania at mid-day. 'Ship owners thereupon decided that while the unionists maintained this attitude no member of the union should be en gaged. The shipowners also decided that until 'the .Seamen's Union was prepared to provide men .who would .work with any lalbor employed by the shipowners ashore or afloat, no steamers, except those manned 'by volunteer labor, would leave .port. "Unionists already employed would be discharged, j Jn response to the request .made yes terday by the lUnion Steamship :C-om | pany to 'the .Seamen's Union for a crew for the Oonah,'.between 25 and 30 raera 'bers of the old crew offered them selves for re-employment at the ship's side this morning. 'An officer of the boat asked the men if they wished to turn to, and they said ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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AMERICA'S DESTROYER FLEET HUGE CONTRACTS UNDERTAKEN. FORTY MILLIONS STERLING TO BE SPENT. A HUGIE PROGRAMME. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

AMERICA'S DESTROYER FLEET ; ^ ; •HUG'E CONTRACTS UNDERTAKEN. ; FORTY MILLIONS 'STERLING TO BE iSPEX'T. A J-IUGIE PROGRAMME. (Reuter.) * Contracts have been put in force for ^ the expenditure of i.'^OOO.OOO by the ^ United States to increase her destroy- ^ or fleet. , Within eighteen 'months two of the > contracts alone will complete forty \essels each, and the Government is to - provide additional facilities. > All the contracts when completed , will .make the American destroyer pro- -• gramme the greatestiu the world.

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STATE BUDGET THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. FINANCIAL POSITION EXPLAINED. NO NEW TAXATION. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

STATE BUDGET y THE 'PREMIER'S SPEECH. FINANCIAL POSITION EXPLAINED. XO XEW TAXATION. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. Sir Alexander Peacock, the Stare Treasurer, delivered his budget ad dress iu the Legislative Assembly to day. * He snicl that the revenue tor tho. last financial year was £11,401.030, and the expenditure £11,500,000, leaving a deficiency of £39,315. The revenue had been £32,585 less than the estim ate. The railways, stamp duties, the coal mine, and some other items had shown decreased receipts, 'but income tax and land tax had -brought in more than had been anticipated. The expen diture had been estimated at £ 12,025,475. while supplementary esti mates had been presented for £il30,Glt>, making a total anticipated expenditure of £12,150.091. The actual expenditure had been £11,500,345. or less than the estimate by £ 655.7 U!. The net savings in all departments was over £390,000, the balance being treasury bonds renewed, and certain railway charges carried forward. The revenue f...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHAPTER VII. An Injured Innocent. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

CHAPTER VII. An Injured Innocent, tcaiph appeared but dimly to appre hend what was taking' place. After all. what, did it matter? What did auything matter now? A Quick, sharp question broJke from Enid's Hps, hut Ralph did not hear it. The Question was repeated before he replied. "I do not know/' he said. "This lady is mistaken. She is nut ongayed to me." Probably Kate Lingoa had expect some such reply. A little cry of pair, escaped her; she laid her hand to her heart. The oniy one of the par:y l who remained calm was Enid's bro ther Richard. His rather grave face was rendered all the more solemn • reason of the glass screwed In kl. right eye. It always puz::leu people at the first glance to say whether Dick Charteris was very clever or very stu pid. It was impossible to guess from his face now. Just for an instant his clean-shaven lips seemed to flicker as he glanced from one to the other. "You are teasing me," Kate Linger, said. Her childishness and innocence were very marked as sh...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

The Law of the Land By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) "I am glad to meet you anywhere, Barca said at length. "I am just as ready to commit a crime or cut a throat for you as ever, Kate. Oh, you may smile; I know what a fool I am where you are concerned. To think that any woman should have so fair a face and cold a heart as you have! , I don't think you have a heart at all. I wonder why God made you?, And here am I with all the world at my feet wasting my time on you, loving you with a passion_ that you little dream of—but it is idle to talk like that. Kate, what are you doing here?" Barca spoke with a passion that rendered his tones harsh and almost inaudible. The soft, heavenly smile did not change on the pretty, flower like face; the sweet expression never altered. "Surely you have no need to as,c, the woman said. "I have been in Paris, as you know. Only yesterday I heard of Ralph ...

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The Castlemain Mail. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

31}t Casflmame i$taiL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, .1917. ITEMS OF NE#S rr, The '\var lias stirred into activity many huge organisations .for the ibene fit of the soldier, and pro'bably the one which takes pride of place is the iRed Cross Society. Its work is stagger ing in its .magnitude. Few people are aware of the enormous amount of work done by the Australian 'Red Cross Society, whose headquarters are at Federal Government House. The "Mail" recently arranged with, a pro minent 'Melbourne journalist to visit Federal Government House, and de scribe what he saw there. His article is to hand, and will be published in to morrow's issue. It is perhaps the first time a comprehensive description of the Australian 'Red 'Cross Society's •work has 'been 'written !for any news paper, and the credit is due to the "■Mail." .'It spells enterprise also, as prominent journalists charge high fees. 'In addition the last special ap peal from Lady Helen .Munro Ferguson to country workers was 'handed by .her ...

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BUSINESS NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

BUSINESS NOTICE. >Mr .Marchant, optician, and eyesight specialist, of Geelong, twill pay his periodical visit 'to iCastlemaine to day, and may 'be consulted all day at the Mechanics' Institute.

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Haig Hits Again ANOTHER STUNT STARTED. PROGRESS ON WIDE FRONT. SATISFACTORY RESULTS ACHIEVED. (Reuter.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

Haig Hits Again f ANOTHER STUNT STARTED. PROGRESS OX WIDE FROST. SATISFAC'POltY RESULTS ACHIEV ED. ('Reuter.) LONDON. Tuesday. Field ^Marshal Haig report ;> : "We again attacked at 5.20 this morning' on a wide front, north east and east of l'pres, in conjunc tion with our Allies on the left. ItCporfs received indicate satis factor}- progress on ail parts of the front. Tile weather continues stormy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

AUCTION SALES. iMessrs. Somer -and Dab'b are conduc ting an important sale at iMa.ldon at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. They will offer complete (buildings and dis mantled buildings, also a lot of tim'ber, and about 300 sheets of galvanised iron, as well-as sundries. Particulars •are advertised in another column.

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HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

HA'RiCOURT. The anniversary celebrations of the Junior Hechalbvte Tent were concluded on Wednesday niglrt, when a largely attended entertainment was held. 'Cap tain iVeal's party of .Salvation Army juveniles provided an excellent pro gramme, ax the conclusion of which they were accorded a very hearty vote of thanks, on the motion of Bros. I. James and C. Warren.

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE | 1 rT: CAM PiBELL'S 'GREEK. 'Visitations oE Jack Frost in October are viewed with great alarm and disfa vor, particularly 'by gardeners. On •Monday morning a slight (frost occur red, but on Tuesday morning a more severe one eventuated, and did a lot of damage. iPeas and beans in t.he market gardens were completely ruin ed, and the early ifruits that had just set, such as gooseberries and cherries, •were severely thinned out. The sev erity of the frost can be determined ■when ice nvas in abundance every where, an>d even water taps were 'fro zen.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

FUXFRAL NOTICE. rjpHE friends of vhe late Mr George William Walters, of Woodbrook, are rospec-tiully invited to follow liis remains to the place of interment at the iliarcourr Cemetery. The funeral will leave the Castle .-iiaine'Hospital (by request) THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1-30, and arrive at the 'Cemetery about 3.30. T. ODGERS & CO. , Undertakers. FUNERAL, NOTICE rjf\HE friends of iMr Lionel Butcher are respectfully invited to fol low the remains of his late beloved wife to the place of interment, at the iUuckleford Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence in George street (behind Camp Res erve). T;H'1S DAY (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock. T. ODGBRS & CO., Undertakers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

Juvenile Clothing AT Hayes & Harris JUST OPENED UP A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WAS HING SUITS AT CUT FINE PRICES. HATES AM) HARRIS' The House for Qualitj' and Solid Value. Phone 106. AUCTIONEERS' NOTIOES. F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AMD ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. INSURANCE, MACHINERY & .GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, FARM A'ND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. HOTEL AXD SHAREBROKER. FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. 'RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTS!?. CLEARING 'SALES AXD FURNITURE: A SPECIALTY. ' REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALES OF— 'Fruit, Poultry, and 'Dairy Produce. AGENT FOR— The Roya! insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester Co. Wischer & Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Mailboats. The Bendigo Building 'Society. Executor, Trustee. and Agency Coy., oi' South Australia. ADDRESS— BARKER STREET, CASTEEAIAINE. Phone 122. WAR LOAX STOCKS And WHEAT CERTIFICATES. CLARKE & CO. (A. Rutter Clarke), 311 Collins st„ Melbourne. (Member...

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THE LORD MAYOR EXCITING ELECTION. CR. STAPLEY ELECTED. 15 VOTES TO 14. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

THE LORD MflVOR EXCITING ELECTION. GK. STAPLEY ETJECTEB. 15 VOTES TO 14. A considerable s.lvov, partly sup pressed, of excitement was observable in the .Melbourne City Council yester day, when the principal (business dealt with was the appointment of the Lord Jfayor of '.Melbourne for the ensuing year. After the formai business of the ccurieil had been concluded. Alderman Sir Arthur Snowden announced that the count of the 'ballot had disclosed the result to be :— Cr. Frank Stapley, 15: Aid. Sir David iHeivnessy. 1-.. Cr. Staplev was tliereupon decit.rcu duly elected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 10 October 1917

DON'T MISTAKE THE CAUSE. * MANY PEOPLE HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DO NOT KNOW IT. j •Do you have backache9 Are you tired and worn out ? Peel dizzy, nervous and depressed? Are the kidney secretions irrcrulnr? Highly colored: contain sediment? Likely 'your kidneys are at fault. Weak kidneys give warnings of dis tress. •Heed the warning; don't delay— Use a tested kidney remedy. ■ ■Mr J. J. Jackson, wood merchant, of Doveton street, Castlemaine, says : — "For a good while 1 suffered a lot from disordered kidneys. My back was constantly aching, and I used to feel sometimes as if it would break, and I could hardly stoop, on account of the j awful pain. I also had bad head 1 aches, and dizzy feelings, and my rest was disturbed. I went on suffering in this way, until I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. After using only three bottles of this won derful remedy I wa's completely cured. I recommend Doan's Backache Kidney Pills to all those who suffer from back ache and kidney trouble,...

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