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MINING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917

MINING INTELLIGENCE ? Quartz mining, .which a few years ago was vigorously prosecuted on all Ifche main lines of reef in the district, 3s now practically nonexistent, tlie "only mine at .work being the Little JVuggetty, at Campbell's Creek, where development work .with favorable pro spects is '.being carried out. ■The two bucket dredges at Camp bell's Creek were operating full time ilasfc .week, the joint yield being 40oz. 16dwts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917

TiIAKE COUGH FIXTURE AJTD SAVE 3IOXEY. The cost of cough mixture usually amounts to a considerable sum in the average family; but it need not neces sarily do so, as anyone can, in a few moments, make as line a quality Cougli, Cold or Sore Throat Remedy as money can buy. All that lias to be done tc make a pint of mixture is to obtain a bottle of EffiEXZO (il-Iean's Essence) and dilute it with water and sweeten according to easy directions printed on the label. A pint of ordinary re medies would . cost at least 12/., HEBXZO (Mean's Essence) costs only 2/ (by post, 2/3), and is obtainable from all leading chemists and stores. In order to obtain an accurate lisi of Americans in this State, particularly of those between 'the ages of 21 and 31. Mr 'W. C. Magelssen, the United States I Consul, notified on (Friday that Ameri can citizens were requested to registei at the United 'States Consulate in the Equitable 'Building. ■Provision for developmental roads will be one of the features of th...

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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917

'MAiLiDON. •During the week the follo.wing crushings have .been cleaned up cat the 'Government battery—lAnnand Bros. !(Sandy 'Creek), 14 tons for 5ozs. 2dwts; T. Jones (Union iHill), 9 tons for loz. Sdwts.; Johnson, Stacey, and ■McCut cheon :(tributer-3 in the Darling shaft on the Derby lease), are now crushing 25 tons. .At the South German mine there is a full face c-f stone in the 1750 •ft. main level north, with more stone, ■of a nicc appearance, making to the east, and showing minerals freely, the .present values being from 7 to Sdwts. The ^reef In the north stope at this 'level is 4 to ■Gt't. wide, and worth from 4 to Gdwts, while the reef in the inter mediate stope is 3 to 4ft. wide, and •worth from 7 to Sdwts. per ton. For the fortnight Oswald's mine treated 371 tons for a return of 12')ozs. 2dwts., ■and from the cyanide plant obtained lOSozs. lldwts. from 7S0 tons treated, :and 20 tons treated at the slime plant yielded 14ozs. 17dwts.—total, 252ozs. '•lOdnvts. in the --North...

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ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 1 October 1917

ITEMS OF NEWS A feature of 'the "Mail" in future, which will be appreciated by many readers, will be the excellence of the serial story, as special arrangements have been made whereby tales by the most popular authors have been secur ed for publication in this paper. The first of these commences in to-day's issue. It is by Fred M. White, who, it will be readily admitted, is one of the best writers of fiction we have to day. The next will be by the popular B. Phillips Oppenheim, and it will be followed, by Charles Garvice's latest. These tales will run through the '"Mail" in three column instalments, on Mon days, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The enterprise shown in obtaining stories by such world-famed writers, it is to be hoped, will be practically appreciat ed by readers of the "Mail." Sergeant Hubert Cameron, who rec ently returned to Castlemaine from the front, having been invalided home ow ing to the effects of a severe wound, has been appointed Area Officer of the Castlemaine and M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

n iMr ^• *Uct ».-3^rn00ral'of Recruiting b'w" e !e:»r»s to han >Ji»W°vemeM laf' t-i*E it of sulistmonts i^'1 Force_ „ .white stone set in ^ p-irker street and ^en ^rtv j Daris, ^■jrd. Mr5 K" -CK Eggs for sale, ^jieColl- CMS. Lee. '^Lition: every con '■ v W ^dams, ;1-5eiu !???• -v ^eond-hantl piaUC?' i !, ,e or kindergarten ^jeltourne Early varieties, .'i'^own in tins, strong >ed ■ Get-in early, as % ;3!e for these fine fButler, grocer, Barker .r..;e:5' Electric Corn and removes without i'juiiQer's Pile Cure, ^ra:uee with every agents for Castlemame, .C^iSoii, merchants. •nyXBRY i»ow showing, sieved stock of ladies' HS, neckwear, etc. Iu Miss Cleaves, Bar •>, fra'.oes. -vc still have carniens, quality -Se in peeilng. We Am keep. Sold in any B-'tler, grocer, Bar jzc-ciai'.st ana Expert ■ Hare your eyes pro Max Pincus, whose ■■;arid skill will ensure dasses and suit reasonable charges. ;'e ;iie Marker. ; :-\RDF\'. dressmakers ri-'-, "Bon Accord," ■" ""d HTgraves streets. :sine...

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TEMPERANCE ENTERTAINMENT A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

) — I j TEMPERANCE ENTERTAIHMEW. ? A SUCCESSFUL 'PROGRAMME. ! J The attendance at tha usual monta.? ' i concert of the Total 'Abstinence S<?ciW j.was large and appreciative in tS:; j Mechanics' ,Ha!l last night. The "drs^ ■was a series ot -wen-done action sons' by the Junior Corps ot the -Salv3£i^ -Array, trained chiefly by Captrin Vca who is an adept at child training. Tic best of these were a temperance -e1;' ure, Wake Up. Australia: Rise a h:':® j early in the .Morning; and Ple^ -^l Conductor. A good deal of amu?^ J ment was afforded by the items, ',vh-L^ i were heartily applauded. The ;3® | captain gave a solo by request., a»® j'Was accorded a hearty encore. I-Alice and Amy. and little FreaV 'Hansen rendered musical items is j good style, the two latter being en«r* j ed for a duet, and the former -or ^ [So"§r. 'lima >Dalgleish recited V"; The accompaniments were phi}'ed ^ [ Mrs G. Reid and -Miss Alice Hansen The chair was occupied bv Mr>^ 'Bower, and the main ad...

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The British Front ENEMY ATTACKS BEATEN OFF. ALL POSITIONS RETURNED. AIRMEN VERY ACTIVE. MUCH DAMAGE DONE. (Reuter.) Field-Marshal Haig reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

i ! ! The British]Frcm i —^ | EXEMY ATTACKS BEATEN OFF, | ALL POSITIONS HETA1MP i AIRJIEX VERY" ACTIVE, MtTH D.l-MAPE ]>0.\E. (Reurer. i Field-Marshal Ha is reports ; Early yesterday (Sunday) I three counter-attacks or. positions ! tween Tower -Hamlet and Po!??-3 } Wood, were repulsed with loss. Tk i first, south of Rente! nek. m hfits: : off >bv our tire before it reaches t" ! position. Shortly a "terrvards the ! fan try advanced astride the Yprer-He ■' nin road, under cover of a thick sxokJ I barrage, and accompanied by : throwers. Detachments drove io ot* forward position?. Our counts:** , tack immediately recaptured the ?os.* ; tion. Later our ar:::!ery -broke s? *'• ; tempts to repeat the attack, ! enemy raided trenches ■•> •>?; o'. ; and when the Germans were' rettrti? ! across Xo Man's Land ■we pars# . them, and recaptured the ov'.y pos'.no ' in their hands. !\Ve killed or • prisoner a number of the enemy, i* ; spite the unfavorable weather, e-' aeroplanes 0:1...

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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOWS STATE SCHOOLS' EXHIBITS. CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT. A CREDITABLE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

ROYAL AfiRIOUlTUBi^ I STATE SCHOOLS' EXHlB„s ' CASTLEMAIXB BISTjIa . A CR'EDITA'BLE RECohd The Castlemaine district - •. were very successful with the1 SCS^'5 i its at the Royal Agricultural* ^ ■ gaining nine fir;; prizes, £;x ; and seveji thirds, a total of *>VC0^"5, i out of about OS in ■<!! awarded" ?^"5 reflects great credit oa which took part, and -*-iu hareT^5 encouraging: and stimulating Sympathy is felt for the Ba:V Creek and Campbell's Creek sch^' as their exhibits.--which weredespy? ed by goods train in ample tia»^ not arrive at the show in tine v. competition. They -.vere staged V ever, and appeared, o==peciaI!y t'aoaeV* Barkers Creek, to be of excellent,, J.1 ity. .It should be stated in h';:3.7 that the delay w as not the •McCulloch and Co., through *hoin'»* exhibits were forwarded, ' The school? •which exhibited so cessfully were Yapeen. Dru^'l North, Harcourt. and Frankii:^' and the following srizos were •*<>: £ them :— FORESTRY. Eucalypts,...

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AIRMEN RESCUED FROM SEA. DUTCH SEIZE MACHINE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

AIRMEN RESCUED FROM SEA. ^ dutqh seize machine. (Reuter.) British aviators 'Who were rescued in the open sea on Tuesday have ibeen re teased, but their machine -was saized.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

MOST DAMGEROUS OP MXOR AIL MENTS. Of the minor ailments .a cold is by far the most dangerous, not in itself, but in the serious diseases it 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 diphtherial scarlet fever, and whooping-cough. Colds are easily cur ed; in fact, Chamberlain's Cough 'Re medy is famous for its cures of this most common ailment, and is .pleasant and safe to take. Why take such des perate chances when so reliable and trustworthy a medicine may be obtain ed for eighteen pence? .Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale 'Distributors. For recruiting purposes, Senator G. P. iPearce, .Minister for Defence, has approved of the suggestion of Mr D; ,'Macldn-non, (Director General of Re cruiting, -that brass bands, with return ed soldiers as players, should ibe form ed in New South Wales and Victoria, on s'imilar lines to the iband which as sists the Sportsmen's ...

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MADAME POINCARE IN PERIL. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

MADAME FOIXCARE IX FEItlL, ^ ('Reuter.) •Madame Poincare, wife of the Presi dent of Franco, who is helping the wounded on the IMeuse, narrowly es caped being struck by a shell, also by bombs from German aeroplanes.

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CORRESPONDENCE THE POPE AND MAGNA CHARTA. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

| CORRESPONDENCE ~ | i •1* J THE POPE AND .MAGNA OH ART A. I •Sir,—iThe point of ray reference :o; Magna Ghana at. the Protestant Fede-( ration meeting was that in condemning; i; the Panacy had shown itself the foe to British liberty; that the 'Pope did annul that Charter; that he absolved: 'King John from his promise to ob-: serve it, thus reducing his obligation' to a mere "scrap of paper"; that he: suspended Archbishop Lang-ton from' oifice because of his part in it; that he; laid England under interdict. All this1 "Enquirer" does not question, and this; was the essentia! point. That .Magna! Charta was, as 'I said, the foundation! of our liberties, is the assertion of our j greatest historians. Thus Hal lam : "It; is the keystone of English liberty." Thej •Encyclopaedia 'Britt. says : "By that iCharter all the great principles of constitutional government were affirm ed." It declares "Even the villein has rights which the Charter protects." Green. "''History of English People," V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

•Uttl* Dwr— VuUr Siptnvr* Give the Children Blincmanrtt Puddings made of Ship Brandt Flour, and see how thev rajoTt1-.^ They know what's good! A *ko?. genes of delightful dishes for the hot -weather can be prepared from *' SHIP CORN F if you follow the simple recipes on the packet. Summer brings a natural craving for light yet nutritious foods, ma ther-*'. no finer Corn Flour in the world with winch to prrpare then thin Sha Brand—especially when served with stewed fruit, 'r-wo pac ets of Sh? Brand Corn Flour will go as far as three packets of any other make, v ' All Groc«r» and Stor*#, or from b CLIFFORD LOVE & Co., Ltd., 77 Ciaronca Streat, 3ydn«r. RECRUITING READY For Married Men Prepared lo Join the AJJ FOR HOME AND EMPIRE, Bates for a Soldier with Total Portnijjhtly P»y. Fortnightly Ptr.jion if Husband Tc;.\!:t Incapacit-itcd. FortnaSsSr fee, if HushdEi A. Wife and No Children... £4 9 10 £4 20 0 £2 0 0 A Wifo and 1 Child £4 15 1 £5 10 0 £3 0 3 A Wife and 2 Children ... £...

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PRISONER OF WAR. PRIVATE F. PATTISON, OF SUTTON GRANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

IPRISOX'EH OP WAR. PRIVATE IP. PATTiLSOX, OF SUTTON GRANGE. :Mr W. iPattison, of 'Red Bank, Sutton Gr.an.gs, recently received -word from the Defence Department that his bro ther, Private 'F. Pattison, was .a pris oner of war in Germany. .His relatives (.writes our Elplrinstone correspond ent) were notified last April that he was missing. He is thought to he in a<bad way, as the prisoners in the camp that lie is in are said to be half-starv ed, and 'what food t'hey get is not fit for swine. *It appears that the young soldier was taking food to his mates one dark night, and got lost, and walk ed right into the enemy's trenches, and ■was captured.

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FEDERAL POLITICS ADJOURNMENT REACHED. REPATRIATION BILL. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

FEDERAL POLITICS -X AD JOUR XM EST REACHED. REPATRIATION -BILL. (From Our Special Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Monday. At last, after a delay of a week, the Foderal Houses have gone into recess. It is anticipated that they wilt reas sennble about the middle of Xovenvber, when the estimate?, and any other matters that may arise .mi the mean time, will be dealt with. As is not un usual at such times it required an all night sitting to-wind up. .Most Parlia mentarians know that there is nothing like an all night sitting for getting 'business through, unless, of course, a stonewall is.in progress. During an all-night sitting many members go home. Quite a number decline to go through one for any consideration. Others remain about the 'building, ready to make a quorum or take part in divisions, but take no part in the debates. Even those who do remain get tired and >WQrn out, and at the psychological moment the motions arc put and carried, and there is an end or the matter in hand. Wheth...

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SOUR STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

SOUR STOMACH. This is a mild form of indigestion.] Eat slowly, masticate your food thoro ughly and take one of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supper, and it may ibe avoided. Sold liy Geo. Clark and Son, 'Wholesale Distributors. I ■Federal members have been notified air W. A. Watt, 'that the opening ceremony in connection .with the Kal goorlie-!Port Augusta railway is to take place at AVynbring,' 320 miles from Port Augusta, on 'November ,12th. Trains conveying guests are to leave Melbourne and Perth respectively on ■Xovemlber ilOth.

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THE I.W.W. AND GERMANY LEADERS ARRESTED IN CHICAGO. TRIAL WILL STARTLE THE WORLD SPAIN PRO-GERMAN. ENEMY AGENTS ON ALLIED VESSELS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

THE I.W.W. AND GERMANY '■¥. •LEADERS (A'RR'EST.ED LN' CiHiICAGO. TRIAL WILLSTARTLE THE WORLD SPAIN .FRO-GHRAIA.V. ENEMY AGENTS ON ALDIED VES SELS. I (Reuter.) 'A message from Chicago states that more -I.W. W. leaders have been caught iu tke Government's net. The pris oners are German agents, who >were employed to conduct, a reign of terror. That 'Spain is pro-German will be revealed at the trial, which 'will utartle the tworld. A -Washington message says :—Sen sational disclosures havo 'beon made which show that the Kaiser has been I placing agents on Allied merchantmen | to -betray the vessels to submarines. /Memlbera of a crew ihave been caught' flashing light signals, ami using wire less« >- 'iMi&afejfclfei**.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

Hair Health and Skin Beauty Here are several hints on the toilet :hat are proved successful :— . j • GREY HAIR:—Few msn and -women] know that ihiul Lithone. ribbed 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 dye—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 grevness gets less—less—less, until in a few ■weeks one may leave oft; 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. P/'jc<3 3/9 (postage 9d). WHITE VATHM I.—Few women knonv iha-t value of W'hite Vathmi on the skin. It has the curi'oUs effect of removing wrinkles and crow's feet from the skin : it makes a 'harsh, rough coarse skin, soft an'd velvety; it "prevents" (note the word prevents) ireckles and tan, and takes .the smart ing stin...

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The Great Strike MAITLAND MEN REMAIN OBDURATE. FEAR VICTIMIZATION. PARTIAL RESUMPTION EXPECTED. STRIKE COLLAPSING IN MELBOURNE. MANY MEN WILLING TO RESUME. SYDNEY, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

The Great Strike MA'ITLAX'D MEN" 'REMAIN" OBDURATE. FEAR 'VICTIMIZATION'. •PARTIAL 'RESUMPTION* EXPECTED. I ! STR:IKE COLLAPSING IN MEL BOURNE. MANY '.MEN WILLING TO RESUME. •SYDNEY, Midnight, j The coal position is still indefinite, j An official announcement by the Coal j Federation was deferred until to-mor-| row. Strong opposition is 'being displayed! •by the Maitland field to a resumption ot work on the Government terms oh the ground that a large number of mi [ ners would 'be victimised. i All the other district favor a resump tion, and present indications point to a partial resumption this 'week. M'SLiBOURi.VE, Monday. Interest in the 'Victorian situation to-day centred in the meeting of the' Melbourne Wharf Laborers' Union, held late this afternoon. As a result of the decision of the Transport Work ers' group on Saturday, wharf la'bor ors and seamen may now negotiate in dividually for a settlement. Timber iworkers returned to work this morning in those yards in the metropolit...

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SPORTING NEWS RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE COMPETITION. The first and second rounds of the miniature competition were fired last week, and resulted as follows:- FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

SPORTING NEWS — RIFLE SHOOTING. •MINIATURE 0QM'PETITION. The first and second rounds of the miniature competition were fired last ■week, and resulted as follows :— iFII'RiST ROUND. <T. Arthur's team 252 points, beat'I. Gibson's team, 226J 'points. iR. Fisher's team, 269 points, .beat G. Hall's team, 200 points. J. Roach's team 265 points, ibeat J. Marriott's team, 252 points. SECOND JtOUXO. • T. Arthur's team, 268 points, beat J. Marxiott's team,'250rpoints. B. -Hall's team, 201 points, beat J." Roach's team, 186 points. ■R. Fisher's team, .254 points, beat I. Gibson's team, 24Si points. The third round will ibe decided this •week.

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