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Italy ATTEMPTED ATTACK CRUSHED. MARCHING TROOPS DISPERSED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

Its ly " JL . v ATTE3IPTED ATTACK CRUSHED. JEARCIIIXG tkoops dispensed. I '— (Reiner.) An Italian otticral message says: — We crusher! an attempted attack ir. tlic Costa'bella region. Om- baiierics on the Carso dispersed 'troops marching east of Cas'tagnavizza.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

Ft. DANN & Co Hons© Furnishers, Barker st. Special Reductions Tips Month Only $»a?a.oac» "fco 3ii0C233C-fc0/33z3.M.s: C5J3L.SOa.C3© 'tilSa.SL'tl SS .Ia.O"raJLci. 33LO"fc l^O S23-i.SS©fi3. R. DANN and Co. .gSSmg^ r.i; /((•cssfe f^v CURES |^c0U«HSkC°U!5 | f 1l, ltiFi-UENii,_ |) ■■n r^^.BERlA ^ iCORES)^^ roO'^HS COl&g 07 (ANft- w t<, J^' ill RECRUITING READY RECKONER For Married Men Prepared Jo Join the AXF« FOR HOME AND EMPIRE. Bites for a Soldier with Total Fortnightly • Pay. Fortnightly Pension if Husband Totally Incapacitated. Fortnightly Fensioa if Husband Killed. ft. Wife and No Children... £4 9 10 £4 10 0 £2 0 0 A Wife and 1 Child £4 15 1 £5 10 0 £3 0 0 A Wife and 2 Children ... £5 0 4 £6 5 0 - £3 15 0 A Wife and 3 Children ... £5 5 7 £6 15 0 * £4 5 0 A Wife and 4 Children ... £5 10 10 £7 5 0 £4 15 0 In addition to the above, there is 1/- per day deferred pay, amounting Pp £18 5s. a year, which the Soldier draws in a lump sum on his return. Then' again...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

AUCTION SALES. 'Messrs. Carter. Amos unci Co. do sire 'to draw attention to 'the sale cf shop and dwelling, also household furniture and effects, 'including clocks, crockery, and tinware (new),'on ac count of the exccui.ors of the estate of the late \Y. Dent, of Cliewton.

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CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

CASTLIDIAINE TOST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. Melbourne, closc G.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m., 1 7.5 p.m.; arrive, 0 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 j p.m., 0.30 p.m. AVoodend, close, 6.30 a.m.; arrive ' 10.30 a.m. j Campbell's Creek, close 6.30 a.m., i 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. } Yapeen, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.," arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. ! Guildford, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.30 p.m. Tarilta. close 6.30 a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. 'Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.30 a.m. Woodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight, Flat, close 6.30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, close, 6.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. Chowton, close 0.30 a.m., 3.30 ip.rn.;. arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.20 p.m. j Fryerstovn, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p..m., 7.20 p.m. Vauslian, close (3.30 a.m.; arrive,; 7.20 p.m. i Glenluce, close 6.30 a.m., :Mon., f\Ved., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mon., iWed., Fri. Ilarcourt, close 9.45 a.m., 8.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, closc 9.45 a.m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

The Castlemaine Mail Subscribe (0",J 6/61,w Advertise PARTICULARS AT THIS OFFICE, OR AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT'

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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER IX. The Law of the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] , CHAPTER IX. The Law of the Land. Dick Charteris smiled as if somfr thing had pleased him. But he kept his feelings to himself. He had never seen Kate Lingen like this before; he was astonished at the transformation of her face. The soft smile had van ished, the innocent look in her eyes had given way to a snarling, selfish singer. Almost unconscious of the presence of her guest, Kate Lingen raged up and down the room like a lovely fury. Dick wished again that Enid could see her fellow-victim of man's perfidy now. The sight might have saved her a world of trouble. Then the woman turned on him viciously. Even her voice had changed as she spoke. It had grown harsh and metallic. "I believe you know something about it," she cried. "You are not in the least astonished. You knew that the letters you spoke of were stolen when you came here." "Now be reasonable," Dick sugges ted. "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

SOUR STOMACH. This is a mild form of indigestion. Eat slowly, masticate your food thoro ughly and take one of Chamberlain'? Tablets just after supper, and it may ■be avoided. Sold 'bv Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. Il'ending decision by the State Cabi net to-day, it. is •t'lioug.ht that a date not later than ..November 3_nd will be sel ected for ;t!he AssenVbly election, and a date -not later than '.November 12 for the lodging of nominations. It is 'tho ught that >the new 'Parliament will 'be summoned for Decenrber 5th. IIQW IS YOUR BOl'L'ER? It has been stated that a man's stom ach is his boiler, his body is his engine . and his mouth the fire-box. Is yourj boiler (stomach) in good working or der, or is it so weak that it will not statu} a 'full -load mid net able to sup ply the 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 .w...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ENGLAND'S FOOD SUPPLY. WORLD'S HARVESTS NOT SUFFICIENT. PEOPLE MUST ECONOMISE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

ESGLAXtt'S Fi)OI> Sl'iTLY. ^ I "WORLD'S HARVESTS -NOT SUFFI CIENT. PEOPLE ..MUST ECONOMISE. (Reuter.) ■Lord IMiomlda, 'the Food Controller, states -that the world's harvests 'will .not meet requirements at the present! 'r:ite oi" consumption during- the next twelve months. Therefore, the people must rigidly economise or submit 'to i compulsory rationing.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

'J'N ME.UOiRIA.U. .McCAXC-E.—la fond memory of my clear husband, and our loving -father, Francis .Edward -.McCance, who pas sed away suddenly at Chow-ton, .on tlie 1-1 tli October, 1014. Forget him? An, 110, we loved him 100 dearly For lies memory to fade irom our hearts like a dream, The lips need not. speak, w'lien .i.iie heart mourns sincerely, Our thoughts often dwell 011 the days that have been. There's a link death cannot sever, Love anc^ remembrance last if or ever. —'Inserted by his loving wife and family. BERE'AV'E.M EXT CARD. ]$J.R. and -MADA.MB 'HAYES desire to thank J heir many kind friends for expressions of sympathy extended .to them in visits, letters, and cards, in their recent sad 'bereavement. AYill all kind 'friends please accept this grateful acknowledgement. ".Ylossley," 'Ca.mpheH street, Castlemaine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

HEA>"?S TOXIC XEKYE XCTli STOP X Eli YE STRAIN. After a tirin.<; day -a; the'office you're apt. to sleep badly. Xext. clay finds you unrefreshed. Give your tired wsrves a littel help by taking HEAX'S TOXIC NERVE (XUTS. They "pull you toge ther" and are the best "bracer" pro curable. 'If t.hey are not yet stocked by your chemist or grocer, send direct ■to the Sole .Manufacturer, G. W. HEAX\ Chemist, .'ITS Castlereagh St., Sydney. The price is 3/ per bottle, or six ibotcles for 17/3. X 2-16,

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The British Front FURTHER PROGRESS MADE. TERRIBLE WEATHER CONDITIONS. ADVANCE ALONG WHOLE FRONT, FORTIFIED POSITIONS AND PRISONERS CAPTURED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

The British went % FURTHER PKOGRESS MADE. TERRIHLE "WEATHER CONDITIONS. ADVANCE ALONG WHOLE FItOXT, FORTIFIED POSITIONS AND PltlS ONERS CAPTURED. (•Renter.) Field Marshal Sir Douglas ITaig re ports:—Notwithstanding intense heavy rain, our troops formed up for this morning's attack. 'Wc 'progressed along the entire front, from the Ypres-Rou lers railway to our junction with the French, on the southern edge of Haut hulst Wood. Throughout this front we captured many defended localities, fortified farms, and woods, and con crete strong points, together with a number of prisoners. The fighting was especially severe on the slope of the main ridge at \Fasschendaele, and the main ridge south of Passchendacle. The heavy rain in the morning contin ued, and increased in violence all day long, .impeding progress. Consequently we decidcd not to make any further efforts 'to reach our final objectivc-s. Approximately 500 prisoners were ta ken. A few aeroplanes took every opportunity to reconnoitre...

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CABLE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

CABLE KATES* v> XTi!i!f;] Kingdom.—Ordinary rrtto, ?>,' ?r '.vorii: deferred rate, 1/8 per word; Icole to delay ,for 24 hours) ; week id riues, !)d per ,word, .with a mini um of 15/: cables to members A.I.F., < per word. Persons desiring to cable money to :-Jiers A.I.iF. can do so through the X Office. Cas-tlemaine, by paying : of cable -(.1=5/), in addition to \ey order commission.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

CANT KEEP IT SECRET. The splendid work of Chamberlain's' Tablets for the rromaeii and liver is daily 'becoming- more widely known. Xo such grand remedy for Ftomach and liver troubles h:"-. ever been known. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Dis crib mors.

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THE CLOSING OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

THE CLOSING OF MAILS Notice is given that mails close ai. the Casilemaine Post. Office as follows: Expeditionary Forces : — Letters and 'registered articles only, 6.30 a.m. on 15th inst. United Kingdom :—Letters and re gistered articles only, 6.30 a.m. on 10th ■inst. America, £.30 a.m., on ICth 'inst. 'Arrangements 'have been made by tlie Postmaster-General's Department, with, .the Federal 'Department cf Works and -Railways, for the despatch ol the .first mails over .t'he east-west railway. The line is to be linked up on Wednes day, and on the 'following .Monday the ■first ^regular through passenger train is scheduled to start from Port Au gusta to'Perth. tM.iils for • despatch •by this 'train are to close in .Melbourne next Saturday. Official returns show that ihe reve nue- of the iiaikvLiy Department for the week ended Omober 7th '.v:u- t, 14-J.»~ 1. an -increase of ..U 12.tcl5 on jVj figures; for the corresponding week las;. year, tor th.i us^re-raki period. .July 1 to Oc tober 7...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

( - METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. f I The following readings are supplied by .Mr. ,M:ix Piueus, of Market Square. The reading's are for tlie 21 hours prior to 5 n.m. each clay. THElUIOMETEu. j Highest Highest. Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. iSacurday SS (iS 49 Sunday 9S 72 r>2 BAROMETER. Saturday -0.32 falling. 'Sunday 29.31 rising. The official forecast for to-day is :—■ Fine generally.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

HOST DANGEROUS OF MINOR ML ■MEX'TS. 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 diphtheria, scarlet fever, and whooping-cough. Colds are easily cur ed; ia 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 U'ust-.vorihy a medicine may be obtain ed for eighteen pence? Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS BURNLEY. The following are the Burnley returns for the eleven days ending October 11th:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS £_+ BUPviXLEY. Tlie following: 'are rlie Burnley ret urns for the eleven days ending Octo ■ber 11th Pens of six birds, White Leghorns wet mas:h.—G. ."McDonnell, 54—753; G. Pocknall, >53—706; iM'iss E. 'E. Bruford, 36—700; C. iH. Buss't, 51—GS1; S. IBus cumb, 56—671; 'W. M. IBayles, 55—667. Pens of six birds, White Leghorns dry mas'li.—i\V. iH. Robibins, 55—748; J. ,R. ID. Ja'ckson, 55—717; Mrs Shep .iierd, 40—SS3; Corineila iP.'F., 49-—645; John 'Walker, 61—641; W. X. O'.Mul lane, 52—639. Pens of six birds, Black Orpingtons wet mas'h.—49—uS4; MdKinnon Utility P.F., 54—733; A. A. (Bull, 44—7.24; Mrs T. W. 'Pearce, 46—669; iA. 'Greenlialg-h, 54—627; Marville PjF., 35—SIS. •Pens of six birds, ©lack Orpingtons dry mash.—Oaklands, 44—5S2; ^Irs T. Vv. Pearce, (5), 4S—-5S5; A. D. McLean, 26—566: J. McAllan (5), 41— 565: W. M. Bayles, 43—534. •Single pens, White .Leghorns.—Ro ger. and Andrew, 11—154; >R. Berry. 9 —141: G. 0. Hook, 4—136; H. 'Han bnry, 9—136; iB...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

CHAMBERLAIX'S TABLETS. These Tablets are intended especial ly for disorder, of the stomach, liver, and bowels. If you arc troubled with heartburn, indigestion or constipation, iliey will do you good. Try them. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son. Wholesale T. Williamson WHOLESALE AMI) RETAIL ]i ETCHER. /MOST} X STREET EAST. ONLY OXE QUALITY 'MEAT STOCK ED—THE RE,ST. Our ^ooils are special, ami are our <nvi: nssm niacin re. REFRIGERATOR OX PREMISES. A VERY LEW PRIME SritlXG LA3IBS. THE FIRST DRAFT OF THE SEASON. R, FISHER BARKER STREET. NIEBUHR & SON UNDERTAKERS. E S TAB L IS MED >1859. Oak and Kauri Polished 'Caskets sup plied in e.p. silver, solid ibrass, and nickel silver, at lowest rates, likewise inexpensive funerals. Phone 7. Office and Residence, Castle maine. UNDERTAKERS. T. ODGERS&CO. OLD ESTABLISHMENT, BARKER STREET. Respectable Funerals conducted for lowest rates. Prices and terms •for better class of Funerals as per arrangement m. lowest rates. Every ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

COMMERCIAL. * 1 BEXD'IGO PI-G 3,i,VRKET. ■Mr Prank A. iH-iM reports :—.A mod erate yarding- drawn principally from] local and outside feeders and "breeders.' Immediately useful pigs constituted* the bulk of what were on offer. Quotations :•—Prime foeavy 'baconers, 'from £ 4/5./ to £ 4/18/: choice farm ers' pigs to as high as £o/7/G; handy weisrlit sorts. £i3/15/ to £■'; light prime descriptions, £3/S/ to £3/12/; baekfatters nrsde to £7/10/. Best slips made from '£l.;o/ to £'l/'ll/; medium descriptions, £1 to £l/3./(!; well-bred suckers, 14/ to IS/; few higher, medi um sons, !i/ to 1-,'; small and inferior ■suckers, lower. 'Calves were only sparsely supplied, and again brought very high prices, best ■making to £5 IS/': useful calves, £!2<'10/ to £3/15/: week and fortnight calves, £2/in/ to £:3/15/ ; week and fortnight, old calves, from £2. A -few carcases of pork of good quality made 7id per ib.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Castlemaine Mail. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

(fosxtemuttB |itail :\1CIX'D.'A.Y, OCTOBER l'o, "L^] 7. ITEMS OF NEWS ? T The weather is a commonplace and well-worn topic. It sprang a big sur •prise at ■the week-end, which caused much more comment than usual. For the past four or five 'months wet 'and wintry conditions have prevailed at each week-end till it became accepted as a part of the general scheme of things. Few dared h6pe for such a phenomenon as a fine week-end for the Hospital .Gala, and 'none was rash or optimistic enough to expect it. Yet the miracle was accomplished.. Fri day was fine and clear, but Saturday broke somewhat uncertain. There was a hot wind with a dull sky for the greater part of the day, and the dust fiend was busy at times. However, it remained line till the sports were fin ished, and then a little after six o'clock light rain began to fa!!, and continued at intervals during the |■night. In the early hours of yesterday morning a thunderstorm awakened many of the residents, and for some time heavy rai...

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