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

Jf in Dou"bt ^hen Selecting a Gift W. F. New ham's & Xicmsre a»3a.€aL Varied .^ssoap'fcaciaLeax'fi ' OF UF-TO-DATE GOODS. Bis CHBISTXA3 PBESENTS TOE ME BOYS AT THE FBONT AT ONCE. 3 LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO T/HE LATEST MAGAZINES r> AND WEEKLY PAPERS. 111. F. Newham BABKEB S1BEET. Duggan's Garage % well "25 400 3IILES N'ON-STOP BUJf—WOIiLD'S EE COED. Touring Car ^ELL HIGH-PRICED CAB FEATUBES, ALL INCLUDED FOB £ 295. 1" 'IlLL AND EVEBY REFINEMENT OF CAitf SELL AT TWICE ITS FBICE. i!° 5ui'f Nie nmii with tlie ?t3,*0I'd5ri,l5I7 light on lub benzine. i - to the g-ftllon of luijricut '|j\ir!e,s„Pi(>r gallon of benzine. VlI,,-V Itl'XS AERAN ,ih7-(,T!Vi:: BUYERS. '(J^ and electric lights. -"•Me rims. magneto. * fcljiiki (op, '^•line design. :S»;lri',ds,lWj <dMr ;»ru, Wider front and rear seats. j Aluminium transmission housing. Handsome rounded radiator & hood. Robe rail, with back or front seat leather covered. Linoleum covered running hoards and floorboa...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

COMMERCIAL. BE NTH GO GRA'IX -MARKET. '——4:— 'Quiet conditions prevailed iii the Iiay market during the week. Quotations :—Flour (delivered usual terms), £10/15/ per ton; pollard, £6 per ton; <bran, £4/10/ per ton; hay, eaten and ,\vheaten, sheaves. £2/10/ per ton; chaff, £3 per ton; straw, £1 15/ per ion; .wheat, 5/3 per ibushel; cats, 2/ to 2/3 per .bushel; English barley, 4/ per 'bushel; Cape barley, 3/ per bushel; potatoes, £3 to £5/10/ per ton, according to sample; feed potatoes, £2/10/ per ton; iBrown Spanish onions, £17/10/ to £1S ton; piekling-onions, £10 <to ?£ 10/10/ per> ton; carrots, £3/10/per ton; crushed maize, 4/6 per bushel; whole maize, 4/4 per bushel; Swedes, £5/5/ to £5 10/ per ton.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DANGEROUS PEA RIFLE ACCIDENT NEAR NEWSTEAD. RAILWAY EMPLOYE INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

THE DANGEROUS PEA RIFLE ? ACCIDENT NEAR NEWSTEAD. RAILWAY EMPLOYE INJURED. •An unpleasant, experience befell a railway employe named iCrcnvhurst the other day (writes our Xewstead corre spondent). 'He is a resident of Joyce's Creek, and was one of three men engaged on the .maintenance of the railway line be tween .Newstead and Joyce's iC-reek. They finished their work at a par ticular portion of the line, and boarded the trolly in order to proceed to an other place needing attention. The son of one of the men had left a loaded pea rifle on the trolly, and when Crow liurst got aboard something set off the j pea rifle, and the 'bullet lodged in die1 (fleshy part of his leg. The wound, though not serious, was very painful, and medical aid had to ibe obtained

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

THE SOURCE OFiMAOvY 'DISORDERS ■Both chronic and acme appendicitis, as well as enlargement of the spleen, inflammation of the pancreas, gall stones and degeneration of the liver have been traced to chronic constipa tion and the self-poisoning .which con stipation causes. At a meeting of the Royal Society of (Medicine of Great Britain the speakers listed thirty-six separate poisons which arc degenerat ed .by the decaying waste matter in the lower intestines of a constipated per son. For the relief of constipation XUJOL is ideal. XUJOL is manufactur ed'by the .Standard Oil Company (Xew Jersey), U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a medicine or a drug, and is not absor bed by the system. It does not. gripe or interfere with digestion. 'Pleasant to take. For sale by Philpots and Coakley, .Castlemaine. Mr F. Hagelthorn, Minister for Agri culture, left for Sydney 'by the express train yesterday afternoon, to endeavor to expedite arrangements for shipping to Melbourne the coal mined by Vic toria...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRITISH VICTORY IN MESOPOTAMIA BRILLIANT ACTION ON THE EUPHRATES. TOWN OF RAMADIEH CAPTURED. GARRISON AND LARGE FORCE SURROUNDED. ACTION A COMPLETE SURPRISE. MANY PRISONERS AND MUCH BOOTY. "GREATEST MESOPOTAMIAN VICTORY." (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

BRITISH V CTORY IN MESOPOTAMIA *r—«=r BIULLIANT ACTION' OS THE EUPHRATES. TOWN OP RAMAD1EH wAPTi.'RED. garri;sol\ and la hoe forioe surrounded. action A complete surprise. •MANY PRirSOX'ERS AND MUCH BOOTY. "GREATEST MESOPOTAMIA* VIC TORY." CReuter.) The British in Mesopotamia attacked advanced 'positions at 'Mushaid (four miles east of iRamadieh), oii Friday after occupying iMushaid ridge. 'We captured positions in the region of Ramadieh from the south-east, and meanwhile the cavalry moved round to the westward of the town. After a fierce battle, which. lasted all day, the British carried the main positions, en circling Ramadieh from the east, south east, and south, t'wo mi'les from the town. The cavalry completed the Jine, and the 'Euphrates ran along the northern side of t'he to.wn. The enemy attempted at night time to ibreak out on the western side, but the cavalry headed them back. The attack was resumed at daybreak on Saturday, and by 9 o'clock in the morning the enemy 'was sur...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELPHINSTONE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

BLPHEvSTOXiE BRA'XOH. [ At a meeting of the local Red Cross committee held in the Mechanics' 'Ha 11 iast Thursday (writes our Elphinstone correspondent), it was decided to hold a sale of gifts on Friday, November 23, mul tickets are already in circulation, and arc selling like "Castleinaine Mails." -Subscription lists arc out, and are filling up with cash and kind, so it is safe to say the -wielders of the hammer will have a long- list of live stock, produce, etc., ro dispose or. The dance will be "just it," as the Sutton Grange crchcstra-will be ..here, also an efficient floor steward. The dra>vin; "or the bay filly donated by Mr R. Oli ver will lake place during the interval. These tickets are going oft rapidly, and anyone wishing io secure one or niovc at I- each, should drop a lino to the lion. sec. if they are unlucky eno ugh to miss the ticket-seller. The night will >be moonlight, and a large gathering is anticipated, so don't forget the date, and shop early.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
French Front FRENCH HOLD THEIR OWN. ACTIVITY IN THE AIR. (Reuter.) A French communique says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

French Front il: FRENCH HOLD Til KIR OWN. ACTIVITY IN THE AIR, •(iRe u-tor.) A French communique says : Three German -attacks at 'Berry an Dae i\vas repulsed. German, aero planes bom'bed Dunkirk. French air men on the night of the 28th bombed the station of Colnvar, and enemy es tablishments north of Soissons, and successfully dropped four tons of bombs.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

Cookery. Cheese Omelette.—Beat four eggs Heat an omelette pan, turn the eggi in, sprinkle with pepper and salt, shake until thick, dredge over thret tablespoonfuls of grated cheese, le' set; fold over and serve immediately. sausages.—These are excellent il cooked as follows: Place them in a deep piedish, cover them with boiling water, and allow them to stand for a few minutes before frying them. They may then he cooked without pricking, and arc a great improvement on the ordinary method. They will not disagree with invalids so easily if cooked in this manner. Boiled Fresh Beef.—Take a piece of beef cut from the round or the under ribs .and plunge it into sufficient boil ing- tfater to cover it, and allow it to boil rapidly for fifteen minutes, and then let it gently simmer, allowing fifteen minutes to each pound of beef. This may be served with a good cream horseradish sauce, boiled car rots and turnips, and potatoes. ueiery and Tomato Salad.—Wash two heads of celery, which must be ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

R. DANN & Co House Furnishers, Barker st. Special Reductions This Month Only Pi?io3? to StocibctalKixiff A cJb.axice tliat slioixld. not "lb© missed R. DANN and Co. ^G22s&raasra&3&a) naaw/ar* p Ghat^herlain's Cough . Remedy is the most jj prompt and effectual medicine in use for this | complaints It acts- on nature s plan, loosen. $ the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the if secretions and aids nature to restore the system H • ..-v * s to a healthy, condition. I w'-«55JSrA'^W«EarA'W*W®'7JI ggftSftEV J~»" - BEST &. GOES FARTHEST A delicious flavouring also for puddings and pastry. -u LET COOK USE IT.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

Spring and Summer, 1917—-19IB New Goods New Goods DRESSES, SILKS, FlllXTS and MUSLIMS. 3IILLIXERY A>D BLOUSES. COSTUMES, SPOIITS COATS, HOSIERY AND GLOVES AND A FULL STOCK OF MANCHESTER GOODS. Hayes and Harris' TITS HOUSE FOR QUALITY AND SOLID YALUE. l'honc 106, AUCTIONEERS' NOTiOES F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. IXSURAXCE, .MACHINERY & GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STO'OK, FARtM AX I) TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. ■HOTEL AND SH AREiBROKER. FAR'-MS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. FOR SALE AtXD TO LET. •REXTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES COXDU.CTED. CLEARING SALES AXD FURXITUllL A SPECIALTY. REGULAR .WEEKLY AUCTIOX SALES OF— 'Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce. ( AGEXT FOR— The Royal (Insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester Co. Wische? & Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Mail'boats. The Bendigo Building 'Society. Executor, Trustee.. and Agency Coy., of South Australia. ADDRESS— JBAltKEK STREET, C.USTLE.M AIXE. Phone 122. AVAR LOAX STOCKS And ...

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

I USE... BECAUSE S SHOW "It g'oes further than any other "It is ALWAYS reliable "It g'ives the best results "It makes the linen easy to iron "It is easy, to mix . "It makes the linen last longer "It is MADE IN AUSTRALIA "IT IS PUKE RICE STABCH" RICE STARCH IS THE ONLY KIND THAT WILL.GIVE SATISFACTION IN THE LAUNDRY For th.<z Blood is the Life THE TISSUES OP THE BOD I MD BBAIX, GIYIIvG HEALTH, STUE3GTU AKD VITALITY TO ETEIil CEGAZc HE3CE THE PAJLUI05JXT DI POIJTANC® OF KEEPING IT PUBS. Pure Blood means perfect health of tody add mind. Impure blood in curs ill-health, misery, and despair. When the blood sets clogged with impur ities the whole system becomes alfcctcd, and disease is the sure result. Such disease will appear in one or other of the following forms :— Skin Eruptions, Boils, Pimples, Slotclisb, Spots, Blackheads, Stu'cs, Eczema, Scurvy, Bad less. A»secsset'» Gusadalar Sri fillings, Plies, BIsod Polsaa, Hiicn^JatisEi, Qont, c-Je. If you arc suffering from any auc...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

ITEMS OF NEWS * The average rainfall in this district is officially stated to 'be 20 inches. That average has boon made to look very insignificant, even droughty, during the past two years. Last year 29 in ches 19 points fell, and ifor tlie nine months of this year, ending on Sunday last, the fall had reached 22 Inches 67 points. For the 'same nine months last year, 21 inches 13 points were record ed, so we have a fair start this year to put up,a record. For the month which has just ended 467 points were regis tered, as against 669 in the same month last year. Not long ago a .prosecution was In stituted against the driver of a vehicle for driving at a fair pace round a street corner, and running over a child. The practice of drivers hugging corners stopped ,for a time, as the result of the severe warning uttered by the ibencli, but time lias dulled the edge of mem ory, and the old happy-go-lucky trust to-luck custom is again .in force. Sev eral narrow escapes from being run over at ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Castlemaine Mail. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

®I;£4®asfl£mame iJtatL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1917. The end of 'the industrial upheaval, •which has caused much loss and suf fering in the Comdon'WeaKli for over two months, appears imminent, as it is conifidently expected that the coal min ers who hold the key to the position will be at 'work very shortly. The railwaymen in New 'South Wales were the first to strike, and 'the miners, wharf laborers and others struck in sympathy. The railwaymen have re turned to work 011 the conditions exist ing Ibofore the strike. The coal min ers held out, but at last a proposal to accept the Government conditions is being voted upon, and if the miners return, as is expected, transport work ers and others will assuredly follow suit. The strike has made one thing very clear, and that is that the people will not. tolerate any revolt against, the Government. 'It is a lesson Govern ment employes will not readily forget. It 'Would be an intolerable state of af fairs if the employes were in a posi tion to d...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Italian Victory A SUDDEN, BOLD ATTACK. HIGH GROUND CAPTURED. 1500 PRISONERS TAKEN. FUTILE ENEMY ATTACKS. (Reuter.) An Italian official message says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

Italian Victory r A SUDDEX, BOLD ATTACK. HIGH GllOUXI) CA'FTVltElK 1500 PIU S OXERS TAKEX, FUTILE ENEMY ATTACKS. ('Renter.) An Italian" official message says : — A sudden, bold attack improved our positions op. the south-eastern edge of the ©ainsizza 'Plateau, ami captured high ground south of -Posl-ika, and south-east of Madoni. 'We took prisoner 49 officers and 13G0 men. IWe maintained all our positions ag ainst violent counter-attacks. The enemy's attempt to dislodge us between Selladidol and '.Monte San Galbriele, ■failed completely, and we took SG more prisoners. •Our air squadrons .bombed, with ex-i cellent results, enemy positions, and depots at 'Berje, and military works at Pola. One of our machines did not return. AVe brought down two enemy aeroplanes.

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ALLIES' SPRING CAMPAIGN A GIGANTIC EFFORT. SIX MILLION MEN TO FIGHT. GERMAN RETREAT INEVITABLE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

ALLIES' SPRING CAMPAIGN ? I A GiLGAiN'TIC 'EFFORT. 'SIX '.MIL,LION UIEX TO FIGHT. C'EIvMAiX RETJIEA'T iLNEVITABLE. (iReu'tor.) Authoritative information available in 'Washington states :—'The Allies, in cluding the United States, will open the spring campaign in 'Flanders :\vitli six million men, and by means of a combined Allied smash in concert, they will 'weaken the -whole o,f the Teu ton defences. A special ca.ble to the "Now York Triibune" says, the past, week's fighting has been the mosr satisfactory of the -war. iSir Douglas Haig has approached the high ground, and a Teuton retire ment with 'heavy losses is regarded as inevitable. The 'Bulgarian peace talk means that the Germans arc losing.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

■miEOROLOGICAL QBSERIVA TIOXS. 1- . The following readings are supplied by Mr. Max Pine us, of Market Square. The readings are for the 2i hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. i theiimolmeter. j Highest Highest Lowest | Sun. Shade. Shade.' .Monday S3 7.1 50 ■BAROMETER. ■Monday 29.S3 falling. The official forecast for to-day is :— Fine generally.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

TELEPHONE CHARGES. »T. — lUCY'PSED SCAiL'E. OLSTIRTCT CENTRES. iRecently a revised scale of charges for telephone calls of centres within 50 miles of Castlemaino 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. Baringliup 4d. 4d.. Fryerstown ' 2d. 2d. Guildford . 2d. 2d. Kyneton "f>d.': 4d. Harcourt 2d. ' 2d. Malms'bury 4d, 4d. Melbourne 1/4 8d. Maldon 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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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD CHURCH PULLED DOWN FOUNDATION STONE LIFTED. CONTENTS OF BOTTLE. SCROLL UNDECIPHERABLE. TIME THE DESTROYER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

OLD CHURCH PULLED DOWN ? FOUNDATION STONE UIFTED. CONTEXTS OF BOTTLE. S'CROLL UNDECIPHERABLE. TIME TiHE DESTROYER. The old Primitive 'Methodist Church a't Campbell's Creek, a landmark for ■over 50 years, was recently demolish ed, and the bottle, containing various 'articles, which had been placed in a prepared cavity when the foundation stone was laid on lltli September, 1S62, ■was found intact, and handed toy the contractor to the trustees. The laying of a foundation scone is always an event of importance, and usually it is the occasion cf an elabor ate ceremony. Xo doubt it was a big day at Campbell's Creek when the foundation stone of the Primitive Me thodist Church was declared well and truly laid. .Much care is always (be stowed on the document to 'be placed in the bottle—it is to become an his torical document, and there is invari ably jealousy and heartburning as to who shall draft it, •what: shall go in it, and whoso signatures shall be attach ed. The document is known ' as ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

RHEUMATISM. DOCTORS' .MEDICINES AND CHEM IST PAIL TO BRING THE RELIEF THAT IS SPEEDILY -EFFECTED 'J3Y DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Again and again people voluntarily write telling of the splendid results from the use of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and in the letter pub lished bo low from iMiss Glee son, of Kew, V., an especi ally satis factory re sult has been exper ienced. She 'Miss iM. Gleesdn. tells in her (■Prim a photo.) letter of her intense Suffering from Rheumat ism, and after trying other so-cal!e.l remedies and doctors, got little relief. She now has "great faith" in the mer its of these pills, and wants people to know her experience,' and she gives permission to make her case known. Miss M. Gleeson', of 20 Union street, Kew, V., writes :—-"It is with a feeling of deep gratitude 'that I write to tell you of the relief I got from using your valua'ble remedy, ©r. Morse's Indian Root Pills. For a long time I suffer ed intensely • from (Rheumatism—a most agonising complai...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RED CROSS SOCIETY. CASTLEMAINE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 2 October 1917

RED CROSS SOCIETY, ± CA'STLE.MAIXE BRANCH. Yesterday one hamper was packed ready for despatch to Federal Govern ment. House. 11r contained :—30 flannel shirts, 30 pairs socks, 15 'Balaclavas, 15 pairs mittens, 15 mufflers, old linen. The following gift, is acknowledged: —.Miss Doris Leaney, 1 pair socks. 'Cash donation :—September collec tion, JG 2S/117/2. All menrbers of the committee and all the lady collectors are requested to attend a special meeting t-o be held at 5 p.m. next Monday.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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