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

Juvenile 'Clothing AT Hayes & Harris J'UST OPENED UP A LARGE ASS0KT3IEXT OF WAS HING SUITS AT CUT Viy.E PRICES. HAYES AM) IFAKMS' The House for Quality and Solid Value. Phone 106. AUCTIONEERS' NOT!OSS. Fo W. Adams AUCTIONEER AXD ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. IXSURAXC E. MACHINERY & .GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, FARM AND TOWN1 PRO PERTY SALESMAN. HOTEL AND SIIAREJ3ROKEE. •FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO YjET. RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED, CLEARING SALES AND FUR-Cx'1 ~<jivE ! A SPECIALTY. REGULAR' .WEEKLY AUCTION SALES OF— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce. AGENT FOR— Tlie Royal 'Insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester Co. Wischei & Coy's, -high-grade manures. : The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Mailboats. j The Benaigo Building Society. j Executor, Trustee, and Agency Coy., of South Australia. ! ADDRESS— BAltKEll STREET, CA-STIEjIAEvE. I Phone 122. "WAR LOAN STOCKS And WHEAT CERTIFICATES. CLARKE & CO. (A. Rutter Clarke)...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

GUILDFORD. Mr 'AY. ©elinenico met with a painful accident on Friday, whilst engaged in throwing a load of wood over a picket fence. iHe threw a heavy log over w!hen a projection on the wood caught an iris clothi-ng, and losing his balance foe --was precipitated over the fence on top of the wood. The result was sonic nasty bruises, and injuries to his fore ihead and nose. :On Saturday nigh! a severe thunder storm, accompanied 'by heavy wind, passed over the township, and the ■noise woke ivp the sleeping residents. The wind 'howled, -he thunder roared, 'and'the lightning Hashed, and as the ■■windows rattled, residents were won dering what hid arrived, but at 'last the storm subsided without much rain ■falling. Anniversary services were held at the Yapeen ■Methodist Church on Sun day, and there was a good congrega tion at each of the three services, and •at the evening service several persons could not get admittance to the church as the building was packed. The Row R. Ditierich o'dici...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MINING INTELLIGENCE LANE'S MINE. NICE SPECIMENS FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

MINING INTELLIGENCE .-I LANE'S MINE. NICE SPECIMENS POUND. Lane's mine, as it is known, is on the Town Reef. The shaft is sunk on 31r G. Lane's property, about midway be tween Forest street and Mostyn street, to tlie east of the Castlemaine State school. P. Deimenico and'party'have been working- it for some months, and •are deserving or' success as the water is ibad, and necessitates three shifts toeing worked. ■The sliait is GOi't deep, and an eastern crosscut at that level has been driven 27fr. through 18£t. of quartz, carrying for the greater part more or less gold. A crushing- of 15 tons is now being put through the Little Xuggetty bait cry. ■Yesterday some very nice gold was ■met with on the footwa.ll, and speci mens are now 011 exhibition in .\Ir T. 'Sara's shop window, and are worth inspecting. They will drive on the wall, and everyone wiil 'hope the run o£ good gold will continue, and amply reward the plucky party for theiv out lay and enterprise.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

irA-VTED. TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. \TtA'XT1® •—Useful girl. Pemiey's ■ Tea iRoonis, barker street. pERSOX seen taking a pair of boots from [lie Camp Reserve on Sat urday plca?e return to AJrs R. J-'urdy, Parker street, or this ollice. JOTATOKS tor "Ueup. 0. Clark and Son, Barker f'Ot'SK TO LET. situated Wheeler jJ street. Apply, McCreery and ;;0pk:ns. ■•.Marke: Square. DjAXOS WAXTED.—'Wanted to buy several second-hand pianos, si-;;;iL)]e for eollesse or kindergarten use: wooden or iron -frames. State i;:a;;->r :u:;i price. Apply Box -139, G.P.O., j!eSea:"ie. ■ 3>USiXESS XO 1'ILLS). ]>OXZA Triumph motorcycle, ?, speed ttears, perfect condition, at Har rison's. Terms arranged; your bicy cle in par; payment. CPR1XG MILLIXERY now sliowlnsr. ^ Carei'.iliy seioeted stock of ladies' £30 children's, hats, neckwear, etc. In spection invited. .Miss -Cleaves, Bar ker street. ' 'PHE HOUSEWIVES LAMEXT— Scarcity of vegetables. We have ;l:o vegetables already cocked, in -jus c-.iual to ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CAPTAIN W. R. [?] CASTLEMAINE'S [?] WINNER. BUCKINGHAM PALACE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

CAPTAIN W. 8. IDS ; Capta!;-. W". R. V;.y.i;~:*-1 . Mr >V. WadjTorci. e: - ■v-<o A:"-:';' hs; -.v.;; ;Mi:::ary ..'ross :'or gjih:''' ' ^eaacrshin artier.'^;® ; Majesty K!::; » ■ ra;aee on. bI::3W. i-' : ^e to e::Vcr rerS:' •vo.~:;; ye;y,-;vay. Ca.iL>;.!::-. Wa Jsmv::;: 1C' •'t:o:>. o: tit?:: .'H> '.lizsC; •v-is :—•" \\\» were tss : the - .' -i s:nai! ;ve^ o:' ; ^'at ;ii;:iii- :a snr-ak ^ iroinjr ;.j le: i; stop ' i:p. I neve: 1 surh ,i :corns: ; {:ise it was ho:.! : Pis Iter particulars are ^ it no follow:;:- letter ot i1-* • '5e received t'ro-.a Gena "Is: A~rj-:< •fi J'? "Dm r \Va^?*.vor::!,— "This :< a line to very heartily upon the a""' 'no Military Cross. your 5'ood work in o£ Hnideatnjrg; line cm iSf ^ know with :v;;a; sra!!as~"!> you Jed your company, «$• •'i"st a::J second cbjec"V«-' of srronp opposition. U;:' heavy hand-to-annd Q'.iont upon the e:;emy you displayed high quai^' and were riie ]as:fc; pan.v to leave the position d...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

— \ TELEPHONE CHARGES. 4. REVISED SCALE. •DISTRICT CENTRES. (Recently a revised scale of charges for "telephone calls of centres within 50 miles of Castlemaine came into op eration. The details are :— Between S Between 7 a.m. and p.m. and 7 p.m. 8 a.m. Barker's Creei 2d. 2d. Bendigo 6d. 4d. Baringhup 4d. 4d. Fryerstown 2d. 2d. Guildford 2d. 2d. Kyneton <Jd. 4d. •Hareourt 2d. 2d. Malmsbury 4d. 4d. .Melbourne 1/4 Sd. Mai don 4d. 4d. Maryborough 8d. 4d. Newstead 4d. 4d. Sutton Grange - 4d. 4d. Taradale 4d. 4d. Vaughaa 2d. 2d. Yapeen . 2d. : 2d.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

•MOST DA-.WMvROUS 01? JHXOR AIL MENTS. Of i.lio ini 11 or ai!ino:its a cold is by far the mosi dangerous, not in itself, but in iho serious diseases it s-j often loads to. Pneumonia and consumpri ou always star; with a cold. When you have a cold you are much more likely ro contract the infectious diseases su ch its diphtheria, scarlet fever, and wJioopins-coiisrli. C.'ohis are easily cur ed; in fact, Chamberlain's Cough Jte medy is famc-us for its cures of this most common ailment, and is pleasant and s.afe to fake. AVliy take such des perate chances when so reliable and trusi-.vortiiy a medicine may be obtain ed for eighteen pence? Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. rjijch of the cable news on this .page ho iifcS&pd has appeared in "The Times," and is cabled to Australia :by! special 'permission. . /It should be understood that the opinions are ijot those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to 'be so. r i

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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IVOR EVANS SCHOLARSHIP A GENEROUS GIFT. CASTLEMAINE HIGH [?] BENEFITS. PROMINENT CASTLEMAINE BOY. £40 SCHOLARSHIP [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

IVOR EVA®Sfc H ■C -VaT L-E-MAlXt? ■BE.VPt-4 ^ PRO.MlXE^-p BOY. 140 SCHOLAJ>SHi„ Dirt j Ivor EvaCs, r | reunjo*:i c; the ;r:n:v| j retired from ;ne^6'? ius icihce:;, a;nas: ^ ous.orm. iie has v.*". ! °-/C4'.' -o lie Educj-C^ ' es a schola-civ ^aine l!:zh 'he !;n:t\ed :o *e ;/ ;iif:i"ers 0{ ,;-ae ^ t5o'/s Asscciation, -'^^e servhe ^ ~x -"a9ed a harm? • ■ par: Er.u:s, . s':v; :l ^0;;erju5 offer. ; :'J :i;H ;)iJ :'J'vn as wer^': ■ b^'hhy arhmue are , v - .K.ue.;ca.i0il, as •SO;*. | ic as an opportune *;?• : ho^ri h -ill be ; n's-a»:!ar ones, h f. : hard times, and aard>-r Uaeh scholar^*"" * j competed for. r.nn ••••.. ; "»U .-»!s an c:ini-u.: jsaad sr.tr: : , hi j any atrear ex en ; -- | ees oi their ptire-m :Mr Evans is ti» -a-., ana Co. Ltd M ^ I' leading hard . a State. 'He v->» and Seanu h:< •?■>*-.,, in the shep in ~ pied 'ay .Messrs r;rv He is a very ponnla: r ted old hoy. and m ~ present tnipor-T rnerh. i; '.II tne rush o* hn5is«s 'vnrries. and :na exr.;« h...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

K AI L.WAY TI JIE - TAB LE 8. f 6 Castlemaine to Melbourne ;—Depart t>.3S a.m. Mon., Tues. only; 7.23 a.m. daily; 12.25 p.m. Mon. only; 12.5(3 p.m. daily; 4.11 p.m. daily; 7.4S p.m. daily. Melbourne to Castlemaine :—Arrive 9.30 a.m. -.Mon. only; 10.20 a.m. daily; 3.52 p.m. daily; 7.31 p.m. daily (ex.); 7.57 p.m. i.Mon. and'Sat. only; 9..16 p.m.. Saxy. excpt.; 10.6 p.m., .Saiys. :Cas:!emaine to"'Bendigo :—'Departs 0.37 a.iii. .Mon. only; 10.32 a.m. daily: 3.5!) p.ii!. daily; 7.3S p.m. daily; 9.21 p.m. (S'.'.tys. excepted); 10.11 p.m. Satvs. ;Bendiso to Castlemaine :—Arrives 7.15 a.m. daily; 12.22 p.m. Mon. only; 12.50 p.m. daily; 4.5 p.m. daily; 7.10 p.m. daily. Castlemaine to Maryborough :—De parts 10.3S a.m. daily; 4.17 p.m. daily; 7.55 p.m. Mon. and Satys. excepted; 8.10 p.m. Mon. and 'Sat. only. Maryborough to Castlemaine :—Ar ■ rives 7.5 a.m. daily; 12.30 p.m. daily; 7.20 p.m. Moil, only; 7.21 p.m. Mon. excepted. ■Castlemaine to 'Maldon :—'Departs 10.50 a.m. daily; SAO p.m. i...

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MAINTENANCE CASE ELDERLY COUPLE CANNOT AGREE TWO FAMILIES IN THE HOUSE. MALDON COURT PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

MAINTENANCE CASE T ELDERLY COUPLE CA.XXOT AGREE TWO FAMILIES :IN THE HOl'SE. MALDO.X'COURT PROCEEDING'S. I iAt the .Maidon Police Court yester day, before .Messrs. Bartold, Hutr ■ton, and EM-iott, .T's;P., il-Telena Russoll proceeded against her husband, Char les ''Christopher Russell, ifor lea.ving lier and her two children without ade quate means of support. Complainant stated tlvat she and her hus'band had been living a par; for at least three years. 'She had no pro perty or income of ;her own, ana the house she lived in 'belonged to 'her hus band, who was in recept of an invalid pen?ion of I2/G per 'week. iHer hus band got £75 from Poseidon, and £50 was put in the bank. 'He 'left 'her, and lived about a mile away, and she was informed :he was getting half wages prospecting. iDe tend ant : Are not there four more c.f the family earning money ? Complainant. : Yes. To the 1P..M. : iSlie had two sons at. the front, and one was sending her £2 2/ a 'fortni'ghi, but she felt, it her du...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VISIT TO AMERICA. MR LLOYD GEORGE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

VISIT TO AMERICA, j t MR LLOYD GEORGE.- h jl (;Reuter.) 11 Tha London "Globe" says that Mr * Lloyd George may accompany Vis- • count Grey to America, 1

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

European Agency Wholesale indents promptly executed at lowest cash prices for all 'British and Continental Goods, including : — IBooks and stationery, 'Boots, shoes, and leather, 'Chemicals and druggists' sundries. China, earthenware and glassware. •Cycles, motor cars and accessories, Drapery, millinery and piece goods, Fancy goods and ■perfumery, Hardware, machinery and metals. Jewellery, plate and watches, Photographic and optical goods. Provisions and oilmens' storas, 'Etc., Etc., Etc. Commissions, 21 to 5 per cent. •Trade discount allowed. Special quotations on demand. Sample cases from £10 upwards, Consignments of produce sold on account. Vt iiLmr wilsox and soxs, (Established '1S14). 25, .-VBOI1URCH LAXE, LOXDOX, E.C. Cable Address : "Annuaire, London."

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The British Front SIR DOUGLAS HAIR REPORTS. 913 MEN TAKEN ON FRIDAY. ALL TROOPS HAVE DONE WELL. (Reuter.) Field-Marshall Sir Douglas Haig reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

The British £*'rcm . NIK "Ol'tiJ.AS JI.VIG UEl'OKTS. !)!;> VKS TAKEN OX i KIOAV. ALL TROOL'S 13ATI-] »<>XIi \\ I'LL. (Router.) FieifMhrsiUl Sir -Dou^his' l-la'.sj re l'Ov:s : — "Eastern county troops made a suc cessful mid south-eastward of Mcnchy lo 'Prcu\ (eastward of Arras). "Prisoners taken on Friday now inur.'-'jor including -11 officers. "A British air patrol on Saturday en countered a formation double its own strength. A determined fight ensued, from which our machines did not re uirn. Allied machines that, arrived iut) to participate in the fighting saw sovoral enoruy inachines 'calling uncontrolled." •Field-,Marshal ihc Duke of Con naught, addressing volunteers at Wr mir.gham, said that he was most, anxious to remove the impression that special praise had been meted out to Dominion troops 'without, full justice being done to home troops. (Well, as the Dominion troops lmd fought, ihe continued, home troops had fought 'with equal distinction. The larger prcpn...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOUNDRY FOOTBALL CAPTAIN PREACHES AT WESTMINISTER ABBEY. A RARE HONOR. CHAPLAIN COLONEL F. W. WRAY. POPULAR CASTLEMAINE BOY. AN ELOQUENT DISCOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

FOUNDRY FOOTBALL CAPTAIN + ■ " PREAOHE'S AT 'WEST'-MIXSTER ABBEY. A RARE HONOR. CHAPLAIN COLONEL F. W. WRAY. POPULAR CASTLE M AIN L uOY. AX ELOQUENT DISCOURSE. Chaplain 'Colonel F. AV. Wray. C.M.G., V.D., is the senior Anglican Chaplain with the A.'l.F. in France, lie was also at Galli'poli. At :he front xio is known as Chaplain Colonel Wray; in 'Victoria as 'Rev. F. V,. Wray; in Castlemaine he is Fred AYray, with a world of admiration and respect in rhe tone ixi which it is uttered. He is a native cf this district, of Taradale to be exact, and .is a clergyman, but no: of the effeminate, namby-pamby, after noon tea order. He is one 01 tne manliest and most, popular men rhe Castlemaine district ha.s produced. Ask any adult Castlemaine native Fred AV ray's chief claim :;> distinction and popularity. He knows, but will not speak of Fred Wray's fine scholastic attainments, his eloquence as a speaker, and the ur/ble ideals he has always endeavored to live up to, but without hesitation...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

POWDER'S A.\"D SY.RUPS. FAILED TO .ERADICATE "WORMS. CO.MSTOCK'S "'DEAD 'SHOT" WORM PETJL'ET'S PROVED THE EFFEC TIVE !REM>EDY. •'1 am only ioo pleased to 'ell you ■w-ha-r. a -splendid .remedy .for AVorms Co'mstock's 'Dead Siio:.' AVorm Pellets are," writes '.Mrs -C. 'Fuller, of -10 North Terrace, ittack-ivey, Adelaide, S.A. "I lr.id occasion some twelve -moraihs ago 10 iproeure a medicine for my little 'boy. who was much .affected >by tworms. 11 tried 'many ;pciwders and syrups .which different chemists recommended me, 'buL t.hey 'were.oif little use, and only checked the complaint tenvporar iiy. '1 only wished your remedy had occurred ro me sooner, for after -giving the child one ipacket, <t-hpy completely eradicated this unpleasant aiLmect, and -for this .remedy't am truly, thank •fu'l. i!'t is tiwc-ive 'months 'now since ihr.-y 'cured him, and the .worms have r.oi made t;iie sli.gli.lost appearance. Vou 'may publish this if you 'desire, for other parents' -iuiror...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLITICS IN SWEDEN. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

POLITICS IX S1YEI>EX. * _ (Reuter.) A message from neuter's correspon dent at Sweden says that M. Eden, the ■Liberal deader, has ibecn. requested to ■form a Cabinet owing to the previous failures of M. Widen,

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RED CROSS ABUSED GALLANT BRITISH OFFICER LASHES HUNS WITH TONGUE. (Published in "The Times.") Mr Perry Robinson, "The Times" correspondent the British headquarters, telegraphs:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

REG GROSS ABUSED GALi-A'XT E'RIT.'fiSIrl OFFICER I LASHES HU.XS WITH TONDUE. j (Piiblisliod in "The Times.") Our Perry Robinson, "The Tiir.es" corresponded at. the 'British head quarters, telegraphs ■:— ":Ii).sLinces of German violations of iiio Red Cross arc an old story. 1 have! recently .been told'how'German snipers; and machine gunners fire on the! wounded stretcher bearers; how Ger man airmen swoop down and fire on •German prisoners acting as stretcher-j ibearers tor their own wounded. i! .•have -quoted German orders urging the "misuse of T'he Red Cross to cloak military movements. Contrast the practices of Germany with cur own in ■the past few days in the wilderness in which the armies now confront each other. German stretcher -bearers are not moiesicd, though more than once they have been hit by their own shells. CUirs, on the contrary, are repeatedly fired 011. In some units the proportion cf casualties among the stretcher bearers exceeds those of the infantry in the firing ...

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French Front FIGHTING ON AISNE HEIGHTS. (Reuter.) A French communique says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

French Front ? FIGHTIXG OX AIS>'K HEIGHTS. (Reuter.'i A French communique says : — "Tiie artillery struggle has been fair ly lively on the Aisne front, especially in the 'Pantheon district, and the tYau-j clerc and California plateaus." ; (Admiralty : (By .Wireless Press). (A German official message says that five French counter-attacks northward of iVauclerc Mill (Aisne sector) 'have ifailed.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

"'piIE €A>STLBMA'IN.E MAIL," the best advertising medium in the district. 'Posted or delivered, 6/6 per quarter. in Australia have only a j dropped on a school what an air raid is like. .We: the hand of f(uitl metth^ Ur" Mr.U c.. -andL very vague conception or | little infants that an air raid is like. .We: the ha have read with horror the accounts j George has now ■ of the atrocities of the Hun in; reprisals shall be ma(je devastated invaded countries. Wei towns. ^ read the cables, and when asked | we give financial help to a relief j , n , ;S"-!! be 0l^pped. Tl fund. That is all, we are too far ^ ? rQ! dropped. sufficient punishment f0. ,, lLl IfSif away to realize the full significance : of what an enemy invasion means. Since the German air raids com menced in England, London has been in darkness, which alone has caused many hundreds of casualties. The death-roll of peaceful citizens is 191 persons, mostly women and little children. There have been THE; 749 persons wounded and...

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AMERICA IN ARMS A NATION DETERMINED. MARVELLOUS ACTIVITY. RESULT OF INTERVENTION. BETTER RELATIONS WITH BRITAIN. SYDNEY, October 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 16 October 1917

A IXATIOX DETER1HXED. MARVELLOUS -VCTIYITY. I RESULT OF LNTERVEXTIOX. BETTER RELATIONS W'lTi-I BRITAIN. (f!v D.O.D.) SYDNEY, Octo'iov 9th. Wo loft. San Francisco on 18th Sep tember by the steamer Venture, and u;'rer a delightfully smooth pa;;;, a go ■arrived 'here safely this morning. On arriving at Pago Pago, the chief town of .American Samoa, on .Monthly | week, we found that settlement much! excited by the reports which had beeni received on the previous Friday from! t.he Captain of the American barque! Governor C. Shide. This mariner had come over a thousand miles from a small lis land of ihc Society Group, in an ordinary chip's boar, with a crew of three .men. Mis vessel and t wo other ■American sailing vessels were sunk during August by a-he German raider See Adler. The crews of the sunken ships were taken to the above-men tioned island 10 be marooned, but the raider ran on to a reef there, and went, to pieces. The German captain and crew secured a motor launch, which happened...

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