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CORRESPONDENCE THE POPE AND MAGNA CHARTA. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

CORRESPONDENCE | rt: I THE POPE AXD MAGNA CHART A. ! Sir,—Like a mule in a mill "Enquir I or" goes round and round ever keeping ! from the central point. Not o:.e line jo: his letter to-day touches it He ! laboriously tries to prove that the ! Charta, did not do a numiber of ; tilings which ncbody has a Mir nied t'aat ! it did. Had anybody assorted tin: it : expressly provided for adult suffrage. • the freedom of the slave, etc.. there j might have been some connection be i tween his letters and the subject. Hut ; there is none. i said that Magna , Charta was the "foundation" of our liberties. ;;nd a foundation, as "Enquir er" is too confused to see. is netther a wall, nor a window, nor a roof, nor a suite of furni'ure. Historically our liberties come ; through successive curtailments of i the powers of the ml in 2: caste. The ! beginning had to be made with a j desno'.ie king by placing rhe law ; his will and caprice. Magna. Charta j did this, as I have shown by proofs ; which "Ent...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Russia BRITISH COMMANDER'S OPINION. LOYALTY UNQUESTIONABLE. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

Russia T BRITISH C03LirAMBER'S OPINION. LOYALTY UN (QUESTIONABLE. (United iService Special Cable.) •Commander Oliver -'Looker 'Lampson, M.P., commander of the iBritish armor ed cars .in Russia, -who .returned .from Russia on Tuesday, staled that he was most hopeful of the situation there. He said that the loyalty of Russia to tlie Allies was unquestionalble. The 'formation of the -Coalaticn Govern ment '^'as a -fine achievement, and many 'difficulties would disappear in the next few months. (Commander Locker Lampson; added that, he hoped to return to the fight.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

IOT Jlxa. 23o,o."bt \k Fliea Selecting a Gift C3rC3> "fee* W. F. Newham's Xa^;2?^0 SI-323.CS. "W £Bi3P:S.©cl, ikSS02?t-M3.erELl& OF UP-TO-DATE GOODS. SET VOIR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS AT THE FRONT AT ONCE. ALLTHF: LATEST NOVELS ON HAXD; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS. 11% m F. Newham BARKER STREET. Duggarfs Garage is .:M0 ?IILES NON-STOP RUN—WORLD'S RECORD. .U(^ ster Tourlrig Car Bli MAXWELL HIGH-PRICED CAR FEATURES, ALL INCLUDED FOR F, 295. irrilY FEATURE AND EYERY REFINEMENT OF CAftn SELL at TWICE ITS PRICE. car to suit the man with the \mall !><>(*iicf, wonderfully light oh lub ''cating oil and benzine. . Won miles h, the crallon of lubrieut % oil '•'> to :!o jj;i!o> per irallon 01 benzine. STRATI ON WNS ARl'AN HIlFOi; PROSPECTIVE BUY MRS. -lociric sti3; ior and electric ii^Iits. licin u irt j; i> h1 rims ;<'Usi:::> nia^r.cto, "One-ii>;i:t" khaki top. J0)\ SU'(';>ni-:i;(0 design. , Jonljio ->c;:ii!;&g...

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FOLLOWED FATHER'S ADVICE AND FOUND DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS AN EXCELLENT MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

FOLLOWED FATHER'S ADVICE j AND FOUND 'B'R. '.MORSE'S INDIAN .ROOT PILLS AN EXCELLENT MEDICINE. "For constipation," write? Mrs Irene Somers, of 60 Lothian street. North Melbourne, "I am a great believer in Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, in 1 lie first case my father recommended these 'Pills. I was a great sufferer •■with this ailment, and consequently needed some assistance I keep this remedy always on hand, and believe L)r Morse's Indian lioct Pills an ex cellent medicine. You may use this fc.v publication.''

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Great Strike WATERFROXT TROUBLE. BITTER AND PROLONGED. THE OWNERS FIRM. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

The Great Strike 1. "WATERFROXT TROUBLE. BITTER AAI> PROLONGED. THE OWNERS 1'HOI. M EIJBOURiXE, Wednestlay. •In view c;' the attitude adopted .by Melbourne whar:' laborers, who s;ili declino to resume work until coudi-j lions more sat-isfaeTory to themselves are obtained, and the action taken ;by seamen yesterday in refusing to work with non-unionists, it is believed in union circles that, the struggle be tween unions connected with the wa terfront. and the shipowners will be; bitter and possibly prolonged. •Steamship owners again refused this morning to hold a conference with re presentatives of the 'Waterside (Work ers' Federation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

Til-IE SOURCE OF iMAOvY .DISORDERS ■Both chronic and acute appendicitis, as well as enlargement of the spleen, inflammation of the pancreas, gall si tones and degeneration of the liver have .been traced io chronic constipa tion and the self-poisoning -which con stipation causes. Ai a meeting of the Royal Society of i.Medicine c.f Great Britain the speakers listed thirty-six separate poisons which are degenerat ed .by the decaying waste matter in the lower intestines of a constipated per son. For the relief of constipation XUJOL is ideal. ..VUJOL is manufactur ed by the .Standard Oi 1 Company (Xew Jersey), UjS.A. It is a lubricant, not a medicine or a drug, and is not absor bed by the system. It. does not gripe or interfere with digestion. 'Pleasant to take. For sale by Philpots and Coakiey, Castlemaiiie.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED CROSS WORK ITS AIMS AND SCOPE. SCENE AT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HOUSE. WIDE ACTIVITY. VAST RANGE OF USEFULNESS. AIPPEAL FROM LADY MUNRO FERGUSON. (Specially written for the "Mail.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

RED GROSS WORK * ITS AIMS .AND 'SCOPE. S CENE A T FED ERAL GOVERNMENT •HOUSE. WIDE ACTIVITY. VAST 'RANGE OP USEFULNESS. AIPPEAL PRO'M 'LA'DY MUXRO 3TER1G-USO-V. ('Specially written for the "Mail.") 'Few persons have any knowledge of the enormous activity of the Austra lian branch of the -British 'Red 'Cross Society. 'Fewer still 'know how vast is the range of its work, and the great ■good done .by it. Even a visit to the Commonwealth Government .House, the centre of its organisation, fails to show this. To obtain a grasp of its multitu dinous energies 'the inquirer would have to travel from one end of Aus tralia to the other—and then go to Norfolk 'Island 'and other outlying spots. (All over the widespread lands governed :by the Federal 'Parliament— in the busy cities, in the country towns, on the farms and the stations, and in lonely bush huts, men and women are working incessantly in order that the beneficent labor carried on under the Red Cross may go forward. Enter a city tramca...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEN LIVES LOST IN FIRE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

TEX LIVES LOST IN FIRE. .T ('Reuter.) 'It is announced by .the Official Press 'Bureau that'10 persons lost their lives and two were injured in the recent fire and explosion in the munition works •in the iX'orth of England.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUSINESS NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

I ■■ —m—:— i BUSl'XESS X-OTICB. •Mr F. G. 'Hed'gclaad, eyesight speci alist, of Melbourne, will visit Castle maine to-day, and may be consulied at the pharmacy of Messrs. iPliilpots and Coa'lcley, till 4 pjm.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

CURES Liver, Kidney & Bladder troubles Hydatids, indigestion, Nerve and Skin Diseases, etc. Write for FREE TRIAL BOTTLE to S. A. PALMER (Dept. B.) 439 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. VITADATIO is sold by all Chemists and Stores GROCER. CORNER MO STYX .VXD -IIARG'RAVES STREETS. Y^ISHES ro thank his numerous cus tomers Tor their continued sup port durmir the last 17 years. Fl-RST-CLASS STOCK OF GOODS AT .SPECIAL PRICES—GIVE -ME A CALL. AG'EXT FOR .SHARP BROS.' SOFT DR1XRS, ADDRESS : 'Corner Mostyn anr. iHar . graves streets. A VERY FEW PRIME SPRING LAMBS. THE FIRST DRAFT OF THE SEASON. R, FISH BARKER STREET. iRT & ARROW CENUiME MAG 1C S SSEQUIfifES NO RUBBJNG © (MO STEEPING |f Makes Wash Day Surprisingly Easy POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS COMPETITION PROVED STRAINS. SETTINGS EOR SALE. 'No. 1.—iWJj. liens toed from sisters to W. N. O'MULLANE'S WORLD'S RE CORD PEN, 1699 eggs, and sisters to his ipen that tied Thum, Burnley, 1916 17, 1531 eggs. Mated to the father of the 'Mar vu lie P...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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SULTAN OF EGYPT DYING. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

Sl'LTAX OF EGYPT DYIXO. 1— (Reuter.) It is reported that Prince Husseinj Kamel, the .Sultan of Egypt, is dying. .'Mr Justice Cussen, in the Practice Court, yesterday, on a special case stated 'by Judge Johnston, chairman of General Sessions, confirmed a convic tion and a sentence of one month's im prisonment imposed 'by the City Bench in the case oi' Atlela C. .AI. Pank liurst, now Mrs Walsh. 'Bringing the first coal hewn by Vic torian volunteer labor in Newcastle, the steamer GouLburn berthed in the Yarra yesterday morning. Its cargo consists cf 3G00 tons of coal, which, it is stated by the agents, has been allot ted to the .Metropolitan Gas Company. The vessel is manned by a volunteer crew.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

Juvenile ' Clothing AT Hayes & Harris JUST OPENED UP A LAIt«E ASSORTMENT OF WAS HING SlTi'8 AT CLT FIXE I'ltlCES. HAYES AX1) IIAKRIS' The House for Quality and Solid Value. Flione 10*3. SAIMURSI and Norton District TEUSTEES, Eiecutors, aid igency COMPAltfT, Limited, Benfligo ESTB'DISHED 1SSS, D1R2CT0R8 : Joseph Henry Abbott, Esq., Merchant, Bendigo, Chairman; John Henry Goudge, Esq., Grazier, BrimaJong, LMacorna, Viee-Chair mau; Dr. John Mclniyre Eadie, -Medical Practitioner, 'Bendigo; Ca.p tain George Victor Lanscll, Bendigo; William Crowley, Esq., Soli citor, Bendigo; Leonard Vivian Lansell, Esq., Investor. 'Bendigo. • 'WHEN MAKING YOUR ^ILL APPOINT THIS COMPANY EXECUTOR. ■MONEY TO LEND. Office, IS View street, Bendigo. JAMES P. B. MeQUIE. Manager. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES F» W. Adams j AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AG-EXT. j Sworn Valuator. INSURANCE, MACHINERY & GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. '• &TOOK, FARM AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. •HOTEL AND SHAREBROIvER ■FIRMS, ORC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

Hair Health and Skin Beauty Here arc several hints on the toilet that are proved successful :— GREY HAIR:—Few men and women knew that fiuu! Lithone. ru'bbed into the scalp several times a week will re store grey hair to its original color in a few short weeks. Lithone is not a clye—it is a remarkable fluid found to possess extraordinary power over grey hair. A few days after one starts to use it one can see the natural color coming iback. Day by day the greyncss gets less—'less—loss, until in a few weeks one may leave oiT using the fluid, for there will not 'be a sign of grey-ness to be seen. :It is worth try ing, for so many people praise it. Price 3/9 (posta.ge 9d). WHITE VATiinil.—Few women know chat value of White Vatluni 011 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) 'freckles and tan, and takes the smart ing stinging and redness out of rec...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

ITEMS OF NEWS mnsuA* rr Shopkeepers are having a busy time this week preparing' for the window dressing competition, promoted -•by the Hospital 'Gala Committee. Nearly every shop -in the town will have a special window display, and judging 'by the care being taken 'in preparing it the competition is going to be very keen. The judging takes place to-morrow af ternoon and evening. The pulblic will no doubt flock to view the windows to morrow evening, as it is expected to be the best exhibition of window dressing yet seen here. The complaint of the high cost of, school book's iwas voiced in Castle-1 rnaine a.few years ago, and on Tuesday j a deputation with the same grievance was introduced to !Mr Lawson, Minis ter of Education, by Mr Prendergast, M.L.A. In the course of his reply, the Minister said that in the present cir cumstances it was hopeless to think of free school requisites, for it had -been estimated that if this were done it would cost the department £ CO,000 a year. He sym...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Castlemaine Mail. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1917. According- to .Sir Alexander Peacock, i the country is in a prosperous condi tion, the finances arc satisfactory, and no new taxation is necessary. U is a very comforting position for any community to occupy. Sir Alexander, however, had a somewhat different tale to tell only a few months ago, when he sough: to impose extra taxation, and would have succeeded in doing so :btn for the Legislative 'Council. Figures, we arc told, can 'be made to prove any thing. The public, however, will not check the figures quoted in the budget speech, and will be content w'wh the assurance that their burden of taxa tion is not to be increased. That as surance tells a tale more eloquent than colua.ns of figures. The financial posi tion of the Srata being satisfactory, the elector next naturally asks what row departures in legislation arc proposed? The Premier answers the question in this way :—"We propose forthwith to enter upon a bold policy of loan ex penditure with regard...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOSPITAL GALA MEETING OF GENERAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

HOSPITAL GALA -t MBETilXIG OF GEiXIBRiAiL COM M'lTTEE. A meeting of the general committee was held last night, and final arrange ments made for Saturday's functions. The procession will start from the Town IHall at 1.30 p.m. sharp, and the sports at 2 o'clock. The distances .for the school events •are as 'follows :— .Flag race, 'for boys, 60 yards, and girls, 50 ynrd;3; hoys' and girls' cham pionship, 100 and 75 yds. respectively; Iboys under 10, 60yds; girls under 10, 50yds.; iboys under 12, 75yds.; girls under 13, 60yds.; .boys under 14. 100 yds.; girls under 1'4, 7oyds.; High and Technical Schools' championship, un der 1G years, 120yds. Arrangements have been -completed ;for the accommodation of the band, and those who have promised to -.find ■accommodation are requested to meet the band at the 'Stock Exchange on Friday night at. 7.30 o'clock. Messrs. Eva-'is, Laver, and Callaway ('Old Castlemaine Boys Association), ■will be invited to act as judges in the procession. A .'band co...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"CAUSE TO HOLD BREATH." GERMAN PAPERS' FEARS. (United Service Special Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

"PAUSE TO HOLD TJREATII." f GEFLM'AiX PAPERS' FEA'RS. (United Service Special Cable.) It is admitted 'by the Leipzig "Xeuste Xachrichten" that if the British should succeed in breaking through, the whole west front would give, way, and French attacks on Verdun would lead to such incalcul atble consequences that .the Germans would have reason to 'hold their breatlh.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Italy AUSTRIANS REPULSED. ITALIANS TAKE PRISONERS. (Reuter.) An official Italian message says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

Italy —r¥. AUSTUIAXS REPULSED. ITALIANS TAKE PKISOXEKS, (>Re uter.) An official Italian message says :— "lAfter an intense bombardment the enemy renewed iii's attack on the C-os tabella Massif, ■but our artillery com pelled him to withdraw. .We took pri soner 100 in local engagements 021 the Bainsizza .phi'teau."

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINEOLD SCHOOLBOYS' ASSOCIATION FIFTH ANNUAL REUNION. LARGE ATTENDANCE EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

GASTLEMAINEOLD SCHOOLBOYS' . ASSOCIATION r. 'F.I'FT'H AXXUAL ttEUXTOX. LARGE ATTEXDAX"E EXPECTED. The fifth annual reumon of the Old ■Castleraaine Schoolboys' 'Association will be held at the Town Hal! to-mor row night, when a very large number of visiting "old boys" is expected. •The local committee urges upon loc al memlbers to turn up in .full force to give the visitors a right royal recep tion. The.secretary ('.Mr IP. O. raker) in vites local members of the committee to give a -hand in the arranging of the hall on iFriday af:ernoon. The musi cal portion of the prcigrrv.nme is bound to he everything that could be denred. The secretary is appealing for wild flowers, more particularly the orchid (the association's emblematic flower) to decorate the tables.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 11 October 1917

•MOST DANGEROUS OF AHXOR A'lL ■MEXTS. Of the minor ailments a cold is by far the most dangerous, not in itself, but in the serious diseases ir. so often leads to. Pneumonia and consumpti on always start, with a cold. When you have a cold you are much more likely to contract the infectious diseases su ch as diphtheria, scarlet fever, and whooping-cough. Colds are easily cur •}d; in fact, Chamberlain's Cough Re .nerly is famous for its cures of this most common ailment, and is .pleasant, and safe to take. "Why take such rios -erate chances when so reliable and •lists tvort-by a medicine may ;be obtain i for eighteen pence? Sold by Geo. ark and Sou, Wholesale Distributors. Eczema On Head are —«i> Came with rash* and terrible itching. Then small pimples. Head very much inflamed. Hair fell out. Could almost count hairs on head.1, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Healed. r From signed statement of Mrs. J. Stewart, 7 Railway Place, Coburg, Vic., June 23, 1916. Improve your complexion by using...

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