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STOCKS AND SHARES WAR BONDS, ETC. WHEAT CERTFFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

STOCKS AND SHARES rr ;— WAR BOMDS, 'ETC. WHEAT 'CERT IFICATE3. Messrs. -Clarke and Co. (A. Rutter Clarke), stock and sliarebrokers, 311 Collins street, (Melbourne, report on ■tlie llcli -October that market conditi ons .have not altered very .much during the week, as lSilo-,17 wheat scrip has remained at about a/11, and 1!)15-1:j scrip Iras been sold at 2id, and now stands at buyer I2gd, seller 2 9-16(1. For War Loan stocks the demand has been maintained with sales as high as £tl00/10/. 'Buyer snow quote at £.100/7/0, and sellers at £100/10/. £10 bonds liave ibeen disposed oi at both £10/0/(8 and £il0. State and iBoard oi Works securities have re mained at late quotations, and there have been only manor alterations in bank stocks. Metropolitan 'Gas have eased to £8/13/ sales. Shares of ship-ping companies remain firm, and Amalgamated Zincs have hardened io 29/9, while 'Australian Distillery 'have 'brought 24/. In view of the .way in which iDuii'lop shares were taken at the sale held...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

Haw ,rs your bolder? It has been stated that a man's stom ach is his boiler, his body is his engine ana his mouth the fire-box. Is your boiler (stomach) in good 'Working or der, or is it so weak that it' will not stand a full load and not able to sup ply th'e needed energy to your engine (body) ? .-if you have any trouble with your stomach Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. They strengthen and invigorate the stomach and enable it to do its .work naturally. Many very re markable cures of stomach trouble have been effected by them. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors.

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CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

C1STLE3IAL\E TOST OFFICE MAILS x time-table. Mel-bourne, close ti.oO a.m.. l--la P-ra"' 7.5 p.m.; arrive. <5 a.m., 10.30 a.m., p.m.. P.30 p.m. VToodcnd, close. 0-30 a.m.; arrne 10.30 a.m. ; .Campbell's Creek, close b.oO a.m., j 3.00 p.Hi.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeen. close ti.30 P-in,= arrive, 12.15 p.m.. 7.20 p.m. Guildford, close (5.30 a.m.. 3.30 p.m., arrive, I'-.aO p.m. Tarilta. close ii.30-a.rn.; arrive. 1 p.m. -Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar-1 rive, 7.30 a.m. _ ] Woodbrook, close 10.SO a.m.; ar-j rive 11>.20 a.m. ] Moonlight Flat, close ti.30 a.m.; ar-: rive. 7.20 p.m. ^ ^ | Golden Point, close, 0.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. . ! Chewton, close 0.S0 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p..m.. 7.20 p.m. Fryerstown. close 0.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.. arrive, 12.5 pjii., V.'i'i p.ui. Vaush;;n, closc. 0.30 a.m.; arrive. 7.20 p.m. Glenhice, close ti.30 a.m., Mon.. Wed., Fri.: arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mom, Wed., Fri. Harcourt. close 9.45 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive. 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Cree...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE OLD SCHOOLBOYS' ASSOCIATION FIFTH ANNUAL RE-UNION. LARGE GATHERING. AN ENJOYABLE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

rCASTLEMAINE OLD SCHOOLBOYS' ASSOCIATION FIFTH AX'XUAL RE-UXIOX. IvA'RiGE GATIH'ERLVG. AX EXJOVABLE GATIiERIXG. There was' a large assemblage of Old Castlemaine Schoolboys at the annifal re-union in. the Town iHall las: nignt, members coming itrom all parts of the 'State. The 'President ('Mr .Ivor Evans) oc cupied the chair, and after roil call, -Mr iP. C. .Baker, hon. secretary, read the annual report and balance-sheet. The former stated that there were 553 •members 011 the roll, while the 'bal ance-sheet showed a credit 'balance of £3/(1/10. 'The election of ofiicers resulted : — I (President, Lieut.-Colonel J. \\\ B. ■Field, who, in accepting- the position, said that in going to the front he had simply done his duty. Only those who [had been at the front could have any ! idea of'What war was. lie hoped rhat the fair land of Australia would never 'be :fou!ed with the horrors o"' war. The only way to avoid this was to go to the front, and fight. the enemy on it is own ground. I Mes...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

11:0 n ...... .... I | RETURNED p SO£.<fXt&MS ^ ar.d tf.i?.if dependents £j v<:!i Isss n sc j on t;« m.S.C. Grcunsl | frn:s3 Get- 9-1^ to 37th y i:&.\i?.zn. 1, C ;i:. nr;, 61 t! Spocisi. s^:; Siblifei; .~'i a.H,2 G £| Tilir- Carr.iv.il v/:!; •)•» i'ie b r«csi ;; i eveul of «ts k:r.:i hil'J :n Virions. and its purpose is one thai r'.nkcs •J borne to the hcnrl oi every man, woman ard child for \Yiicm the ;1{ men at the f'V.r.l arc h^otma. i'i Read the r.e>t; par^fTapas of th:s paper ior details. This Cariiivas is worth a Spennn T.!J' <o YCV/N | ARE YOV GVJNG? THE CLOSING OF MAILS Xotieo is given thai, mails closc at the Castlemaino Post Oflico as follows: Expeditionary Forces : — Letters and registered articles only, G.MO nan. on. ir.th ins:. L nitod Kingdom :—Letters and re gistered articles only, {>.30 a.m. on 10th iiisr. America, a.m., on IGth inst. For Skin Eruptions and Sores use Vai.... Trt^e >i*rV Oxide;ofZinc Combines t...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

OHURGH SDRiV'ICES. The Methodists are having a bis day 'o-morrow, the occasion 'being the an niversary celebration. Services will be conducted morning and evening in the church. In the afternoon, at 3. o'c-loek, the Town tHall will be occu pied, when the lion. .1. Cook will deliv er an address. There will be an en larged cJioir, who will render special music, the accompaniments being played by the Orpheus Orchestra.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

Reduction This Month Only 5E®3C*iL®33 "fco SS'fcOGiSiE't/Sa.-^Sa.Xig j^. oJh.E8,33,€2® -t>33L^"0l sJxO!3.1aj Itso 303L:i.@i5@dL R. DAMN and Co, RECRUITING READY RECKO' For Married Men Prepared io Join the FOR HOME AND EMPIRE Kates for a ?o'dier with 'X Wife and Iso Children A Wife and 1 Child A Wife and 2 Children A Wife and 3 Children A Wife and 4, Children Total Fortr.i:,-';. r.iv. Fcrfr.izi:!*' if fiu?tur.;!. ~y.£? £4 9 10 £4 10 0 £4 In I £5 10 0 £5 0 4 £o 5 0 £5 5 7 £o lo 0 £5 10 10 £7 5 0 :::r3 ■!£--« In addition to the above, there is 1/- per d.-.v deferred F»\v> £18 os. a year, which the Soldier draws in a lump sr.ni 03 his r^*3*. Then again a man has to remember that he is fed and clothed whi.3 u which is a. big item to consider. Don'b forget, too, that the rates quoted above ?.re for tbe Private. A' you get in rank means a considerable ir.ores.se all round. State Recruitir.o Committnoj' Melbocknx, 31 st March, 1917.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

SOUH STOMACH. This is a mild form of indigestion. Eat slowly, masticate your food thoro ughly and take one of .Chamberlain's Tablets just afier supper, and it may •be avoided. Sold toy Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. Judgement was delivered in favor of •the Zinc .Corporation Limited, in the High Court of Australia yesterday, on an appeal in connection with an action ■recently 'brought by the Corporation against Aaron Hirsch and Son, of 'Ma 1 beriiadi, Germany. 'I'llc Corporation clai-med £-SH,'S;»o,'being the balance due in respect of two contracts for the sup ply of zinc concentrates. Archdeacon Vv. E. H. IPercival, of All Saints', iTJendigo, was yesterday unan imously selected by the Cathedral Chapter of the Anglican Diocese of of Bendigo, as Dean of Bendigo, in suc cession to the late Very Rev. J. 0. Mac Cullagh. The new dean was born in ■Ireland in 1S61. Since 1S!IS' lie has been rector of All Saints', and is popular in the Bendigo district. CHAMiBERLAI.YS TABLETS. I...

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The Castlemaine Mail. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

®])£ (Casfkmanti* JHatL SATUHi)AY. OCT(>r>KR 18. 1017, ITEMS OF NEvYS T | I The illon. .T. -Cook, Minister of ihcj Xavy, will ollicially open the Hospital Gala on the Canin Reserve to-day. He will arrive here by motor ear about noon, and will'be c'Hieially received by the -.Mayor (Cr. Freeman). .Mr Cook is due to speak at ihe 'Methodis; anniver sary service in the Town liiall to-mor row afternoon. The local Woollen will bo clos ed for the whole of the week, under instructions from the Coal Board, 'Af ter that, it will prolKVbly be closed ev ery second week u:i;i 1 the coal trouble is settled, li was hong-lit that C'astle maine niiyht escape the coal envbargo, ami H would have done so only for the action of 'the Seamen's Union in refus-l ing to work wi;k loyalists. The com pany was yesterday notified that the mill would not be permitted to use coal next, week, consequently-all hands! will be idle. ;At t.hc Old Casrloniaine .Hoys' 'Re-j union last night the ex-president (MrJ Ivo...

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BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

BEXDIGO. iPens of six ibirds, 'White Leghorns, wet. mash.—E. .Meade, 31—7S7: C. ;L. Pharman, 2S—770; Miss I-]. Cheyne. 3:1 — 00S; .Melrose P.P., '20—023; Cowan' Bros., 25—bMH; Ernest White, 30—010. Pens of six birds, White Leghorns| dry mash.—A. Sicde and Sons. 31—757; J. iW. Wharton, 31—753; .Mrs J. B. Xicoll, 30—(HiI!; i(. ,T. iBeal!, 2!)— C. B. Bertelsmeier, :27—023; D. J. Rob ertson, 30—005. 'Pens ot" six birds, -Black Orpingtons dry mash.—Oaklands IP.F., 23—73S; . Candee P.F.. 20—005; Chas. E. Graham, 2$—004; L. 'Ale.Lean, 20—045; Marville P.P., 35—;5S7. iPens of six -birds, Black Orpingtons wet mash.—W. 'A. Shevi 11, 2!>—S13; 'Marville :P:F., 30—775; Arch. L. Bull, 35—717; J. V. Robens. 30—007; Gedge Bros., 30—045; Excelsior P.F., 32— 01-1.

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EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS CASTLEMAINE SINGLE TEST. The following are the returns for the Castlemaine test for the week ending October 11th:—LIGHT BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

EGG-LAYSNG COMPETITIONS 1 CAISTL/EM'AI'X'E SINGLE TEST. 'The following arc the returns for ■the iGastiema.inc tesr, for ;he week end ing October 11th : — '.LIGHT 'BREEDS. W.H.—,D. Manifold .. .. 0 103 W.Ij.—W. Evans 5 101 W:L.—J. Evans .. .. 4 S3 4 W,L.—E. Hi. Carter 1 S9 W.L.—A. 'Metherall G S2 W.L.—R. iDerry .. .. 3 SO W.L.—A. E Rc'hinson (» 79 ■W.'Ij.—'A. H eider 3 To W.L.—R. Mitchell .. .. 4 74 W.L.—W.'C.-Newton 4 72 W.L.—MarviHe P.E. .... 4 Gf) 'W.Ij.—II. Williams .. .. 4 G7 W.Ij.—,T. Gellard 3 :67 'W.L.—E. W. Ilippe .. .. 5 59 W.L.— C. -Godding 4 56 W.L.—iH. Leverslra 4 50 W.L.—.Miss Kidd 1 50 W.L.—C. E. Gougli .. •• 4 45 W:L.—C. 0. Ely 5 44 'W..L.—A. .L. Anderson 5 35 ;MT'.;AVY 'B'REEIvS. B.O.—i.Marvillc 'PJP 5 . 13S R.il.R.—JH. AleXaL.b .. .. 5 130 'B.'O.—'Mrs Vick 3 1'24 B>0.—0akiand P.'P 0 •116 B.O.—!ir. iSI-ingo 1 '100 B.O.—C. Godding 4 99 •B.O.—:C. 'Iilingwonli .. .. 6 95 B.O.—'R. Williams .. 0 •82 B.O.—J. ;11. Ely .. .. 5 84 B.O.—'B. Barker G S3 B.O.—J. Dann .. 6 G9 ...

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NEWSTEAD AND MOUNT ALEXANDER SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING.XTt. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

NEWSTEAO AMD mm ALEXANDER] SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETLXTt. 'present '•—'Bradfield (presi dent), Blinkhorn, Arkinstall, Ford, o. •Clarke, Rowe, iCoutts, Cameron, -n.ob insou Stevens. Gibson, and A. Clarice. 0 0 RRES F C'-VJ E X' CE. •From Country Roads Board, stating ;iliat it is proposed to ^P01'"0" of. the amount expended on permanent ■works on main roads' during the ycai ended 30th June, 10IT, -and ^lie - and 30th ^Novsmber will be the dates upon -whicn objections to -tne pioposed apportionment will Toe heard. iFrom same, enclosing a cheque toi •£.231/.li)/i> re works carried out in li - ferent parts ot >he s:uic. - lowing amounts have been a lo.ced 101 •ilie maintenance ot roads vwl.ui shire :—Castleinaine-'Daylestord ;C as ileal a i n o-.M-iU* y ocrouli & 1M» 1 Lo ■wick £200, Mai don £'0, \Bendigo £26, Castlemauie-Daj R-i., a £10. ---,nn"' •From Postal 'Department, Datiiio fiiat inquiries will be made rclaave: to desired alteration in .tne mail seiuc iwith Yapeen, ...

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BRITAIN TO UTILISE SHU'S. NOW UNDER NEUTRAL FLAGS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

15111TAIX TO I'TILIS;; ,SHU'S. f 'XOiW umd.ER flags. (Renter.) 'Renter announces f.is: iho Govern ment has decide.! to u.'ilise par:!y or wholly British owr.ed slr'.ps registered under neutral flags, which are now ly ing in 'British ports. It is believed'that Sweden alone will have 40 vessels affected.

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PERU SHOWS FRIENDSHIP. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

'PEKU SHOWS FKIEXDSIIIP. ^ Reuicr is informed that. Peru has offered the hospitality of its harbors to ;:Jrit.isI\ ships. Thanks have been expressed for the offer, which is regarded as a mark of sympathy with Great !l3ri';ain and her ■Allies. (Router.)

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COMMERCIAL. THE MARKET. AUCTION SALES FRIDAY, October 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

COMMERCIAL. THE MARKET. * AUWIUM SiVljliiy FTJiTTMY lOriinhi^r I3rh. Messrs. Carter..Amos and Co. report having conducted tlieir 'Weekly sale of dairy produce, fruit and poultry, there | being a good attendance of buyers. All lots were cleared at the follow ingj satisfactory price's :— Butter, large supply, prime, 1/4;' medium,' 1/1 to 1/3. Eggs, Sd to Sid. •Frust.—Short sup-ply. Apples, 5/ to 7/; medium, 3/ to 4/. Poultry.—'Young roosters, -1/2; hens, 2/5 to 4/10; m. drakes, 8/'G. 'Vegeta.bles—Ca'bbagc, 1/ dozen; rhu-' 'barb, 2/.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

■MOST DA'XGIDROUS OF 'M'lXOR 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 a L ways 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 u'iicoping-cougli. 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 as£d safe to take. Why take such des perate chances when so reliable and irusp-.vorthy a medicinc may be obtain ed for eighteen pence? Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors.

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NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC. AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC. —x" AUiSTRAlJlAiN GI-IRifSTMAS BOOK LiETiS. •DO'REEN, by 'C. J. 'Dennis, 1/ This most attractive booklet contains 'four new .Sentimental (Bloke poems, with colored and other illustrations by |<Hal Gye, and it marks a new era in Australian publishing. 'It shows that Australia can produce literature, ;pic tures and printing equal to the ibest, and as there will -be so few imported booklets this season, Doreen will cert ainly be a g-reat success. If iMr Den nis can give us work of this kind ev ery year, there is no reason why (his ,'Christmas books should not be looked' ■for and appreciated as 'were those of Charles Dickens. iSo more delightful , Christmas ■greci-i-n'g could ibe found 'for i posting abroad. 'It. is original, artistic, and inexpensive, and is enclosed in an envelope ready for posting. iCopies may be obtained from all local (book sellers and newsagents, or direct 'by •post from the publishers, Angus and •Robertson .Limited, Svdnev. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

Hair Health a,[id Skin leaiity Hove are several hints oil the toilet that are proved succcsstul :— ; GREY HAIR':—Few -men and 'Women know that fluid LiUione. rubbed into the scalp several times a week will re- j s>tore grey liair to its original color in j. few short weeks. Lithone is not a I dye—.it. is a remarkable fluid 'found to possess extraordinary power over grey hair. A few days after oi>:e starts uv use it one can see the natural color coming Iback. Day by day the grevness •gets less—'less—less, until iu a few ■weeks one may leave off using the fluid, for there will not lbe a sign ol greyness to :be seen. :lt is .worth try ing, .for so -many people praise it. Price 3/9 (postage 9d). WHITE TAT'H'M I.—Fevi' women kiiojw chat value of AYhite v'aihmi on the skin. It has the curious effect of removing wrinkles ami cram's l'ect irom the skin : it makes a harsh, rough coarse skin, soi\ and velvety; it "prevents" (nm« the word prevents) Irecklcs and tan, and takes t Iio smart...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

DEATH. OTTERY.— On Oct. 12th, at his resi dence, Main street, Chewton, Robert, loved husband of Mary (deceased), and father of' Lizzie, Charles, James, Thomas, Fanny, Lydia (deceased), and Emmie. Aged 89 years, A col onist of 65 years. BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mr LIONEL BUTCHER and Daugh ter, of George street, wish to very sincerely thank all friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and kind sympathy, etc., also Dr. Mondon, for his careful attention, and Miss S. Parks, for her kind and patient nurs ing. Castlemaine, October 12 17.

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DEATH OF MR R. OTT[?] A CHEWTON FIONES AN EVENTFUL CARES EARLY AUSTRALIANS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

DEATH OF MR OTTERY   A CHEWTON PIONEER AN EVENTFUL CAREER   EARLY AUSTRALIAN LIFE   Mr Robert Ottery, of Chewton ??? at 7 o'clock last night, ????? will be received with ???? the public. In January ??? stroke caused him to enter hos pital, and some weeks ??? to his home considerably ?? but a second stroke last Sunday indicated the end. He ???? and cheerfully, and yesterday ??? usually bright.     He leaves a family of six, three sons and three daughters, only one residing in the district, Mr T. A. Ottery, newsagent at Chew ton, with whom the deceased was residing. The late Mr Ottery had a ??? career. He was born 89 years ago in Whitechapel, London. After leaving school, he worked ???? various London establishments ?? life was not congenial, and he ??? his brother's footsteps, and ??? Royal Navy. After passing ??? sary examinations, he and ??? were sent aboard the ship ??? which was conveying a ??? viets to the Bermudas...

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