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GERMAN NAVAL MUTINY CREWS OF FOUR BATTLESHIPS REVOLT. CAPTAIN OF THE WEST[?]IALEN THROWN OVERBOARD. BODY NOT RECOVERED TILL EIGHT DAYS LATER. NURNBERG SEIZED, BUT RECAPTURED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

GERMAN NAVAL MUTINY 'CtivE'WS OF FOUR '13.•VTT'Lli.(5,HIPS K1DVO.lt. CAPTAIN OP T!H'E WESTiF-AL'EX Til-lPvOWX O'V E'liiBO AilvD. ■BODY NOT 'RECOVERED TILL •E'liGlil IjvV^iS 'LAI li/R. '.XURvN'BERG SEIZED, iBUT RECAP TURED. (Reutor.) A most sensational statement was made by Admiral von Capelle, -Secro tary ;o Hie Navy, in a speech in the ■Reichstag. 'It. disclosed a plan to in troduce -Russian revolutionary ideas into the,'Germany navy. 'According- to information which lias reached Amsterdam, the mutiny veil edly referred io by Admiral von Cap elle in the .Keichstag, arose among she crews of four German .battleships, one ef which was the Dreadnought West falen (1S;G0U tons). ■M'uiinous sailors -threw .the captain of the Westfalen into the sea, and his ■body was nor. recovered for eight days. Tiie men then left -the ships, and -went ashore. .Marines were ordered to at tack t.hem, but refused, hut an Olden burg regiment was called out and sur rounded the mutineers, who then sur rendere...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

iivor ,Aio CSro "&o \ / 0,23. <C§. W ZSL^li.©^ Assorts rs ,©SB.t OF UP-TO-date goods. fllOl'R CHRISTMAS presents FOR THE boys AT THE FRONT AT once. !iTHK LITEST NOVELS ON hand; also THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS. barker P':ii-:Er. I Dugsairs -..i'iH- jfiLES NON-STOP lU'X—world'S RECORD. toadster Touring G ■''' SiXlVELL HIGH-priced CAR features, ALL INCLUDED FOR £ 295. ^ Mature and evert refine.iient of cxh* sell at TWICE ITS price. }{. '0 suit the man with the .'•f'iff' 011 iub ¥ia;,(lf!,enzine :tjj gallon oi lubricat '!er ;:a1'5ou of benzine. , RUNS aritan ^OS^CTIVE BUYERS. VC/',;irW''' Metric li'-TlltS. ^ntai,!<; ri-s ■J(piisii;ii niauT.olo. Sf!''. twI»' s.in' ('ai,:*'i!!C design. •;^voHi!i:.{in- windshield (clear feS',S;fro"f» Wider front raid rear seats. Aluminium transmission housing. Handsome rounded radiator & hood. Robe rail, with bach or front scat leather covered. Linoleum covered running hoards and lioorboards, Automatic tell...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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THE CLOSING OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

THE CLOSING OF IViAiLo Xotiee is :i:voii Hint mails closo at iiiO C-isi-lcm.'iinp Posi Ofi:~e a.s follows: 'Expoditionnrr 'Forccs : — Loiters and regnuerod articles only, 6.30 a.ni. c:i ins;. I■ iiiccul Kingdom :-— f>etici-s and ro gis'oi'eu articles only, (J.MO a.m. on Ifithi in sr. I America, o.SO a.ni., on 10t h'inst. J

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

■POI-SOXED AR'.M. ± TER'R'I'B'LB AGO-XY EXDED BY ZA.M !B:UK. "A short time ago, a pimple formed on 'the back of my husband's hand, of which no notice was taken until it ■broke out into a .big poisoned sore," •writes. Mrs K. Collie, of 12 Boundary street, Spring Mill, iBrisbane. "A large lump formed under the arm-pit, and caused him terrible agony. Some idea of the size of the lump may be gathered When ;I say that he could not put his arm down to his side. 1: continued in this state for a week, his condition gradually growing woise. "We did not like the doctor's sugges tion of lancing ihe arm, so we started using Zam-tBuk. Under.1.:::-; arm v/as one great, abscess, hut Zam-ZBuk drew out the 'bad nnuier. reduced the iiiiiamma tion, and finally drew the core right out. At. the cud of a week his arm had resumed its normal -size, and the hale, being cleansed of all matter, rap idly healed. "My husband always carries a -poi. of Zam-Ruk with him now ;in case' it should be required.'' iWhet...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

The Castlemaine Mail Subscribe (0",J'M "or ""a"'cr) Advert^ PAMTCULAKS AT THIS OFFICE, OK AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE DlSTlUCI.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

ITEMS OF NEWS A The town will have a busier appear ance than usual to-day. In addition to the usual in<llux cif country people, a large number cf old 'boys, -many bringing relatives with them, will ar rive to attend 'the annual reunion to night. AVirth's 'Circus will be .here, and will .be a strong attraction, .par ticularly for the juveniles, who will .be found in strong force in the Western Reserve. The window dressing 'com ■petition will be anooher magnet, as the displays are to be judged, and m^ny who do not usually patronise the streets on a Friday night, will be found .in the crowds 'in front of -the shop windows. Altogether, Oastlemaine will present a holiday aspcct, particu larly in the evening. The Hospital Gala will also attract a lot o:f visitors to the town to-morrow, and business people should have a profitable week end. Intending shoppers are reminded that all shops close at 12 noon to morrow, and not at 1 'p.m. At yesterday's meeting of the Bene volent Asyl...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS COMPETITION PROYED STRAINS ■SETTINGS roil SALE. Xo 1—AV.L. hens bred i'rom sisters to W. X. O'MULLAXE'S WORLD'S RE CORD PEX, ItiOD eggs, and sisters to his pen that tied Th„<n, Burnley 1!>K> 17, 1531 eggs. •'Mated to the_ father o, the. MarviHe Poultry Farms 1 lRbi and SEOOX'D teams at Bendigo, i.Wf 17., a'lso father of AYangaratta wii^or, 283, single test, ll'flG-17. 1'c.ic cock SECURED FIRST AND SPECIAL, Bendigo Show, 15)16, in the Utility Class. Bred from a looi pen bv a cockerel from a. 2;)7 hen. "Xo. 2.—OAKLAXDS B.O. Pullets, lull sisters to Oakiands two winning teams at Burnley, IOlli-17, ,which also won WORLD'S RECORD AUN1ER TEST, 57U <e'-gs. Mated to a cockerel from 'the ~MarvilIe Poultry Farm's WORLD'S RECORD PEX* at Bendigo. 1910-17, 15% eggs. This cockerel is a full brother to the Marvilie's world's record pullet for winter test winner at Bendigo, .present season, 115 eggs in -1 months. Also -brother to wiiiner oi the Cas...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Catlemaine Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

@1)- ®asilimiahi£ JKatL FSRIDAY, OCTOIRER 12, 1317. The failure of normally in tho -diplo ma lie field and in her policy of frigh! fulnoss may be attributed to the ig norance of the German people of hu man nature, especially (ho 'British nature. German bluff and -bluster and chicanery appear stupid and childish to Britishers. The bombing of Lon don should eau.-e Londoners to promp tly cry out for peace, according to the German calculation; after cruelties and crimes innumerable in Belgium, Germans are astonished -lhuc the 'Bel gians are still a n'i agonistic to German kultur. The 'German idea is Miat a man should be more grateful to a j'German for kicking him than to a [Britisher for helping him. The latest illustration of the obliquity of the Gcr. ciian vision is 'found in the cabled mes sage regarding the attitude of the !Fro testant clergy 111 thai: country, who "extend the hand of brotherhood to their co-religionists in enemy coun tries. 'In the name of Christianity, ■war -must ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHAPTER VIII. Dick to the Rescue. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

CHAPTER Vffl. Dick to the Rescue. j "Steady on," Charteris said soberiy. : | "Pull yourself together, old man. Yotu : I good fortune or something lias turned : j your brain. You could not have ki!!e<; Holt last night for the simple re;:- >:. : that he wasn't here. Ho dined with j us and I drove him to the station and j saw him get into the train. I also saw ! him send a telegram making an a;;- { pointment in London for eleven o'clock I last night." j "Quite so," Ralph replied. ''Ho got J out at the Junction and came here. He j had been drinking. I may ;,s v.-i. make a clean breast of the whole tkine while I am about it. The whole of : i:e trouble arose over Enid. Holt disoe ? vered last night at dinner that tker : was something between Enid and my self. He had an idea in his head that | if I had not come along Enid wo;;id j have cared for him; i:i faer, he :c!-J j me that she had been very near to j caring for him at one time. Y\'o had i rather a violent scene. 1 was t...

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 VII —Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

I The Law of the Land I By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. .[AH Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER VII —Continued. Kate Lingen spoke IB. tones of the deepest pity, her blue eyes full of tears. It was only Ralph who knew how keenly she was enjoying the situ ation, with what malignant pleasure she plunged the dagger into Enid's palpitating heart. And he was power less to prove it; he could see bow Enid was drawn to her tormentor. "I am helpless," he said. "I can do 110 more. How vile a tiling can lie under a perfect exterior, how false and hollow " With a gesture of despair Ralph threw up his hands. Kate Lingen dropped into a seat and began to cry in a perfectly charming way. "He is mad," she sobbed. "These clever people often are. lie will come to his senses presently and be sorry for all this. Meanwhile, it is very painful for me, Miss Charteris; and I came all the way from London to— to " Enid laid a tender hand on the speaker's shoulder. ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

?. CAX'T KEEP IT SECL^T. J The splendid work of Chamberlain's, Tablets for the stomach ami liver is daily 'becoming more widely known. X'o such grand remedy for stomach and liver troubles has ever been known. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. THROAT AFFECTIONS AND flOAHSENESS.—All Buffering from ir ritation of the throat, and hoar/ianees will be agreeably nurprised at the al moot imraediato rolief afforded by the una oi " Brown'n Bronchial Troches." Thbso famouo "lozenges'" aro novr sold by moat respectable chemists in thin country. People troubled with a ^ "hacking cough," u "i-iiKb; cold," or bronchial affections, eaiw it t.ry them too oood, aa r.ivulur \tw.iblea if allowed to pro^re^ result in serious pulminary and &»t!un«lic i.:;"o.;tions. Seo that the v.or:!* ilrcwi'x Bron chial Troches" n» tho Govern moat Stamp wound en<-h box, pea pared by John I. Ri'ow:t ,v<ui ^C'.na, Boston, United States, Europe.: n Depot. 33 Farringcton Road...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

'METEOKOLOGTCAL OB3ERVA TION3. $ The following rcr.(lin;r:s are supplied by .Mr. ."Max Mucus, of Market. Square. The readings are for the 21 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. TIIERMOMETEu. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Thursday SO of 34 BAROMETER. Thursday 2'J. G1 rising. The oflicial forecast for to-day is :— Fine generally.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

TiHAXIvS. M'RS ■V. ill. and ..Mr and >Mrs CLEE ^ • and RAiMHjY desire to tender their most heartfelt thanks to Dr. Hill, .Matron and .XuTsing(Staff of the Castie maine Hospital, and especially 'o 'Mr and Mrs .Reclfearn and family during their recent sad 'bereavement.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

Juvenile Clothing AT Hayes &. Harris JUST OPENED UP A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WAS HING SUITS AT CUT FINE TRICES. HAYES AND HARRIS' The House for Quality and Solid Value. Phone 10 G. Coming State Election Six ©sel©e!c Gfooing is a Boot Electors, vole only for enndidat es pledged to support its reten tion after the iv;ir, or to let (he People decide the issue by Refe rendum, Demand. «lso. the csosi nsr of the , so-called ''Temper ance*-' liars. "Neer Reer-' is Reer Near, NO-LICENSE WOULD BE A GREATER BOON The people should lie able to secure it by a Democratic Majority Yote. Why should Four Votes for Liquor equal Six for Sobriety J "Why preference for Beer? A STATE MAJORITY FOR N0-UGEK8E SHOULD CARRY STATE-WIDE PROHIBITION GIVE PREFERENCE TO THOSE CANDIDATES WHO 11'fLL TRUST YOU. ALLIANCE PUBLICITY COMTTEE ::jhI R. HILL, WARRACILNABEAL. AUCTIONEERS' NOTIOS3. F. Wo Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator INSURANCE, ilAGII'LvERY &- GENE RAL 'commission agent. STOCK...

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ENEMY'S SEVENTH WAR LOAN. ADVERTISED HOLLAND. DEMOCRATS PROTEST. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

■ESEXX'S SEVENTH \Y\U 10AX. ADY>Eii-'fil!SED IlX HOLLAXD. DE.MO C RATS 'P>R OTE3T. (Published in "The Times.") "The Times" correspondent at 'Rot terdam slates thai, the Dutch press is largely advertising the seventh German Avar Joan. T:he leading '.Socialist -paper "Hot Volk," was compelled by the protests oif its reader., to cease advertising the loan. This is significant of the (Dutch democratic feeling.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

FREE. Every 'woman whose health is caus ing her anxiety is iuvueu to write for a copy of our new booklet of valuable information, which should b5 in every home. Send 3d. lor postage to Dept. 6, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

POULTRY NOTES. ('By "Rose-Comb.") iA large gathering of 'poultry enthusi-! asts auemled 'Mr Winter's lecture on! "Incubation," -which was held in the Mechanics' Hall on .Saturday night. The 'lecturer is the general secretary of the Victorian Utility Poultry Club, and proved himself an a'ble man in the art of creating liife artificially. Before setting out on the real 'subject ot the wight, iIMr .Winter explained fully the •aims of 'the society, and what it intend ed doing hi the near future. Tins so ciety. though only a very yo.uns body, has hundreds of members, and is rap idly gaining ground ;by opening up branches in various -parrs of the State. The 'society has 'its own poultry jour nal, and is named "Utility," and al ready has a circulation of over 3000 copies monthly, .which .finds its way all over Australia. This is a paper that no poultry keeper, - 'however small, should be without, seeing that it is con tributed to by 'sc.me of the most able •breeders in the State. It is the...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

SOUR -STOMACH. This is a mild form of indigestion. Eat slo.wly, masticate your l'ooti thoro ughly and take one of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supper, and it may "De avoided. Sold 'by Goo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

? sals. ETC. _i'hi 'gene ■ ^Z"Z-,.,;,t \ n ml oi' •^7TvTpn--3ii:iKinon as light 'gene \\^ly0r housemaid. A.B., Mali Of m-oy hound dog (pup), 1-j mont-hs old. Reward. Market •Square. for .Melbourne, .Monday, parr loading wanted. MoCulioeh's i-^-vur; Company. Cas;!ema.inc. I'-ir.'-XC-V w-Rh private family, ,for ' 1 i-cardar. Apply, ••Castloir.alnc OiHce. : "l^ 1-12T, situated Wheeler i'- c;;-cer. Apply, McCrecry and plans. Market. .Square. WAXPlvI).—Vv a a tcci io buv f.yreral second-hand pianos. for college or kindergarten ivooui'n or iron frames Aoulv C.r.O., Melbourne. DCS1XE33 ■NOTICES. "7-:v wart Watson, .-champion >hcrn ;,;;)e dancer of Australia at Gala nry K-louses and Neckwear from .Mrs ^ poll, ladies' draper, ■beautiful, desigao, ac very moderate pri POXZA Triumph motorcycle, 3 speed & tretirs, perfect condition, at •Kar -[5.2:1';. Terms arranged; your bicy ■o ;a nart payment. QpfJIXG MILLINERY jiow showing. C re Lilly selected stock of ladies' Lauren's hats, neck...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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BOY SCOUTS CASTLEMIANE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 12 October 1917

BOY SCOUTS •OASTLE.AIAiIiXE TROOP. (By Pioneer.) • The troop was honored last meeting •bv a visit ifrom two returned soldiers, who received a very 'hearty welcome 'from ithe 'whole troop, t'iiere being a very ful-1 mieicr. ■The visitors entered thoroughly into the work of the 'Scouts, expressing iheir appreciation of the objects and methods of tiie (movement, and further remarking upon the keenness of the boys in their work. The visiters were very interested 'in 'the ambulance practice, cncouraping the lads by say ing that ihev (the iScout'S) could .teach them something in the use of the ban dages, also in knot-tying. At, 'the close of file practice a Scouts' supper was served, at which all pre sent partook of -the good things which were provided Iby the Scouts themsel ves. A cornet, solo was rendered 'by P.L. K. .Xorris in a very excellent man ner, and songs and choruses sung by all present made the evening most en joyable. All 'Scouts are urged to turn out on Saturday (Gala day). ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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