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ENTERTAINMENTS INTOLERANCE. TOWN HALL—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

ENTERTAINMENTS + 'INTOLERANCE. TOWN HALL—'TO-NIGHT. A large number of seats have al ready been booked in the balcony :or iho Town Hall to-night, whore Fevle's Paramount Pictures are showing In j tolerance. whifli is aptly described -as ["the mighty spectacle," for one night only. Although this'huge production is being shown everywhere at advanc ed prices, it will be shown here to night. at. -ordinary picture prices, and the house is certain to be packed in consequence. To avoid any crushing at the ticket box. patrons are advised 1 to purchase their tickets at Mac-afee's I any time to-day or book their seats in the halcony, for which no extra charge is being made. 'Intolerance is at tracting numbers of people who are not regular picture-.goers, sr. that when at is remembered how the regu-1 lars Till the Town 'Hall each Saturday; night, u will not be at all surprising it the Town Hall fails to hold the huge crowd, who have stated their in tention of being present 'to-night. The Castle...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

CASTLE31A1XE POST OFFICE MAILS TI.ME-T.VIjL'K. Melbourne, close G.30 a.m., 12.13 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, (J a.m., 10.30 a.m., -1 p.m., !).30 p.m. Woodeud, close, <>.30 a.m.; arrive 10.30 a.m. •Campbell's 'Creek, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeeu, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive. 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. Guildford, close 0.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive. 12.30 p.m. Tarilta, close 0.30 a.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. •Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.30 a.m. W'oodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. ^ioonligiu. Flat, close G.30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.20 p.m. Goiuen Point, close, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. Chewton, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 -p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.,m., 7.20 p.m. Fryerstown, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.20 p.m. Vaugluui, close 0.30 a.m.; arrive, 7.20 p.m. Glenluce, closc G.30 a.m., Mon., iWed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mod., >Wed., Fri. illarcourt, close 0.45 a.m., 8.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, close D.-1...

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THE BALKANS. BULGARS LOSE VILLSGRD. (Renter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

Till-, BALKANS. -? BULUARS 'LOSE VilLLACES. (Renter.) "The Bulgarians ceiled some villages ro the English on the Struma Plain," says a German official report .re ferring ro operations on the Salon ika front.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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DANGEROUSLY WOUNDED. PRIVATE WM. UETHERALL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

D ,V.\' G E R0 USLY \V 0 U X DE D. PRIVATE WW 1. UETHERALL. 'Few more popular local soldiers have; gone to the fro 114 than Private Win. 1 .Metherall, and there will be very sin-; cere regret when it is learned thai he; was dangerously wounded in the neck; on the 27rh 'September. 'His brother, ..Mr A. .Metherall, of Barker street, re-; ceived the unwelcome intelligence-' yesterday. Private (Metherall. who is. ;->2 years of age, is in the 7th Canadian j -Hospital. He enlisted in July, ll'l-",-' and was previously wounded, :< gun-' shot wound in the hand. There will | he a universal hope that he will re-! caver :from his present wound. The j 27th day of the month has been i fraught with much significance in liisi military career. 'He enlisted on 27th j July, liH5, sailed on 27th October, was! first wounded 011 27th November last,! and dangerously wounded on 27th Sep-j tember of this year. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

'HOW TO STOP PAIN IX STOMACH. 4 THE VALUE OF Mi-VCJ'XiESlA AXD HOT WATER. Ocneraticns of people have employed hot water as a soother of pain in the stomach,' hut modern physicians and specialists have discovered and used successfully an addition which rend 1 ers the hoc water trebly efficacious. Hot'water is stall recommended in all j cases of stomach pain, from whatever cause .arising, but ■still better results are obtained i;f a little bisurated mag nesia is added. Mo: water attracts blood to the painful part, and the bisu j rated magnesia neutralises the acid. ■ ■which is usually the underlying cause of the pain. That ,is why such excel lent results follow combination of -the two. Readers who are subject to pain in iho stomach, especially after ea'ting, should try this hoi water and magnesia recipe, lit. renders dieting 'quite unnecessary. for by slowly drinking' half a glassful of hot water containing half a r.caspoonftil c!" .bisur ated magnesia immediately after meals, 'he dan...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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PIRATES KILL PASSENGERS. TORPEDOED BOAT SHELLED. (Renter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

riK-ATES KILL LWSSEXGEKS. ^ TORPEDOED 'BOAT SHELLED. (Renter.) 'Passengers who were rescued from the Italian steamer Hari, which was sunk by a German torpedo, statu that tlic submarine continued its 'bombard ment of the steamer after torpedoing it. and killed a number of its pas sengers.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Russia NAVAL ACTION. FIGHTING ON OESEL ISLAND. (Admiralty: By Wireless Press). Giving details of a naval action in the Baltic, a Russian official message says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

Russia T XAVAL ACTIOS. FIGHTING ON 01SSEL ISLAM). (Admiralty : iBy AVireless Press), Giving details of -a naval action -in the iBaltic, a Russian ofiicial message says :— "A German "Dreadnought shelled our patrol squadron off 'Soolo Sound '(be tween the islands of Dago and Oesel), severely damaging the torpedo boat. Groin (1200 tons). Subsequently 12 German torpedo boats of the newest type penetrated Socio Sound, engaged ! our patrol squadron, put the Grom's guns out, of action, set it on fire, and sank it. .Mosi of the crew were sav ed. We sank an enemy torpedo boat. Other of our warships appearing on the scene the enemy turned hack. "■Our'fleet, commander testifies to the good 'firing and stubborn spirit ol the crews. Eye-witnesses report that two enemy torpedo boats wore sunk and two damaged. "'The enemy, reinforced, continues to is endeavoring to ca'pturc the,batteries is endeavoring to capture the batteries at .Cerel, covering the entrance to the Gulf of Riga."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

1 European Hgepxj 'Wholesale indents promptly executed i at lowest cash prices for all 'British ! and Continental Goods, including :— ; Books 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 a-nd optical goods, Provisions and oilmens' storas, Etc., Etc., Etc. Commissions, ~l to 5 per cent. .Trade discount allowed. ,'SpeciaI quotations on demand, i Sample cases from £10 upwards, j Consignments of produce sold on account. WILLIAM WILSON" AND SONS, (Established >1$14). 25, .-VBGHLIRGH LANE, LONDON. E.G. Cable Address : "Anuuaire, London." •THE L©eicta Oirectef (Published Annually) Enables traders Throughout the World to communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to ...

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HARCOUET TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

HARCOUET TELEPHONE EX CHANGE. t: Bastcvr, H. R. and Sons, 28 Cherry and Song, Pry.. Ltd. — 24 Eagle, A. E. « 8 15 Eagle, Ebenezer , , Easle. H. «■ . , r r S Eagle, "William . . __ 14 Ely, Job.ri M. _ 10 Ely, Walter P. r . , . 2D Ely, W. H, 19 lily, J. 11. 32 Gaasch, J, A. and F. 4 (>artside Bros. , , U-* 1 Ganside, A. E. . . 33 Guthrie, M'rsi J. r , 30 12 McDougall, H. 3 .VcLean, Donald — 20 McLean, Hugh , . 23 Pellas, J. ~ —. lis Pritchard, Ed. *< — -• 13 Railway Statioa r r 25 Hash, L. H. 18 SeelenmeyGr, C. II — 5 31 Smith, W. , , 27 State Rivera &ud Water Sup. Coin. 21 Symes, H. — 23 Torrsns, Thomas 7 Williams, W. and . H. , , . f il Williams. \Y. 17 Wilson (J. and Co. , . , c, t 2 Warren, J. B. r , , , r 4 5 Y/arren, C. A. — 22

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TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

TELEPHONE CIIAliUES. ■REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. iRecently a revised scale of charges Tor 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. S a.m. Barker's Creea 2d. 2d. Bendigo 6d. 4d. Baringhup 'Id. 4d. Fryerstowu 2d. 2d. Guildford 2d. 2d. Kyneton 6d. 4d. Harcourt 2d. 2d. JIalmsbury 4d. 4d. Melbourne 1/4 Sd. Maldon 4d. 4d. ^Maryborough Sd. 4d. Newstead 4d. 4d. Sutton Grange 4d. 4d. Taradale 4d. 4d. Vaughan 2d. 2d. Yapeeu 2d. 2d.

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THE CROPS UNPROMISING OUTLOOK. TOO MUCH RAIN. POOR HARVEST EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

THE CROPS f U.N'PROM.ISl'X'G- OUTLOOK. TOO MUiOH RAIN. POOR iHARVEST EXPECTED. It might ibe thought (writes our 'Campbell's Creek correspondent) that ■with so much rain a 'bountiful harvest would be assured, 'but too muc.h of a good thing can eventuate, and 'the crops 'here and elsewhere will not be nearly up to the average of former sowings. «1 n fact the majority are much below even a fair thing, as the constant wet militated against growth. The 'bet".or'crops are on the hilly coun try, but in 'flat or 'heavy sails, a very >j.oor growth is seen. This even applies to grass, and travellers state that the crops generally in the country will be most decidedly on the li gh t side. Although we have had bounteous rains this year (our Guildford corre spondent writes), the general opinion seems io be that 'the crops in this dis trict. will be a failure, as the majority | of them seem to be going'back in con dition with the advent of the last, warm day or two. The continual rainfall •has...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

1 j i ?l?hl iqotoltoij flea Selecting a (lift c3r<o "tbo . New ham's A. xaaapgt© e&:s3l<33l "^£t£&s?:s.e>ei. ^l!ssoz?"&sjx3l©3eal't> of it-to-datj: c;ooi>s. ,[II chkisx'mas presents roil the boys at the FROST a'! o>;ce. 23"LATEST NOVELS on hand; also the latest magazines and weekly papers. w, if. Ndwham barker sir set. SSlXffELL IIKMM'IUCED CAR FEATURES, ALL IXCLUDED FOR £ 295. V,SI tt-lTUBE -L\"D ETEHY BKFIXE3IEXT OF CAW SELL AT TWICE ITS TRICE. ;; *Jt tri suit the man with the rfertti. wonderfully light 011 lub N aval benzine. \» Uio oi lu!;ne:;t wile* per iraUnn «i benzine. *«$Ttt.vriON" iU'NS ARRAS iSCYEH*. >t;;ricr rv:'« electric »st:hts. r:;u-. •ifenr-u-u h):^:ieU», top. jjif* (losstrii, *)pnittaUng windshield (clcar * a'r'J iiiinprooi'j. ;'Wt Lorn, Wider front and rear seals. Aluminium transmission housing1. Handsome rounded radiator it homT.j Kobe rail, iviih bark or front .seat| leather covered, j 3.1:jf>!i'iim...

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METEOROLOCGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

'METEOROLOC.ICAL OBSERVA TIONS. ^ The iollowins ror.cliaro supplied by .Mr. .Max Pineus. ol .Market Square. The rouiiiigs are Tor the hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Wednesday 7G (JU 50 BAROMETER. Wednesday 20.1;] steady. The official forecast for to-day is :— Dull and unset lied.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

HOW IS YOUR BOILER? It has been stated that a man's stom-j ach is liis boiler, his body is his engine' and his moutii 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 net able to sup ply the needed energy-to. your engine: (body) ? If you have any trouble with your stomaiii Chamberlain's Tabletsj 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

SSPIi r-i • :v Fr@vMes tt&e ©f B&htf® Streisgtli I'ecausc it is identical with Human Milk in com position, nutrition and digestibility, "Lactogen" supplies all the food that baby requires for robust d evelopmen t of flesh, bone, brain and muscle. It en sures freedom from all digestive troubles, lience "Lactogen" babies con sistently thrive, always sleep well and waken happy and contented. Sr*:ul vour name and address for FREE SAMPLE with our book on " Rearing Baby." Name I N A dilress THE BACCHUS MARSH CONCENTRATED MILK CO. LTD. 591-599 Little Collins Street, Melbourne Qv 4 hZEZSELMjEH

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The British Front HAIG'S MEN PRAISED. LLOYD GEORGE SENDS MESSAGE. (Reiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

The British JbYcm ? IIAIG'S -Mi;x 1>RA I $!•[>. LL0Y1) GEORGE SEXUS MESSAGE,j (Reiner.) I It is announced by the OHieu! Press Bureau that Mv -Hovd George, the Priinu Minister, has sent iho following message to FiekKMarshal Sir Douglas liaig "The War Cabinet desires to con gratulate you and your troops on the achievements of the armies in the great ibattle which has been raging since July 21. "•Starting from posh-ions in which advantage rested with the enemy, and •hampered by the most unfavorable ■weather, you and your men, neverthe less, have continuously driven back the enemy with skill, courage, and pertinacity, thus commanding the grateful admiration of the peoples of the Empire, and filling the enemy with I aiann. | "•I desire to renew my persor.nl ns-j surance of confidence -in your leader ship, and in the devotion of those you command.

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ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

ECOXO-MY. Thinking pcple have become aware that the most rigid care regarding- ex penditure is imperative, and at such a tiime as ihi-s it might be proper to re mind the public .that. Dr. Worse's In dian Root Pills are an economical re medy sold at a price within the reach of all classes.. Although the coat of production has greatly increased there has 'been no advance made in the sel ling price of this remedy. There are on an average of forty pills in each bottle, and generally, they are sold from one shilling to one shilling and threepence, depending on the local trade .conditions. These pills are a ; standard remedy, and should be in the homes of every family. '.More costly ■medical attention and -drugs can be avoided if reasonable care is taken and 'Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills us ed to keep the system in proper work ing order.

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PROTESTANT FEDERATION ADDRESS BY REV. R. DITTERICH. "PROTESTANT PRINCIPLES AND THEIR MODERN APPLICATION." [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

PROTESTANT FEDERATION f ADDRESS iBY REV. R. ©ITTERICU. j '1PR0TEST.AXT PRI'X'CIPLiES AND j UPTEFR MODERN APPLICATION." j To a large meeting of members of the iProtestant Federation in the Pres byterian schoolroom last nighr, 'pre sided over by 'Rev. P. A. Hagonauer. an address oil the above srJbjeet was ■given by Rev. r. .Dit'terich. Mr Ditterich said that while the name of Protestant was fully justified in relation to its implied repudiation of the teachings of the .Church of Rome, Protestantism really stood for the faith once delivered to the stints. From the Roman Catholic Church they looked away in preference to the Christian Catholic Church, which be yond doubt existed in-the first century, and was represented more accurately by'Paul's great epistle to the church at Rome, and 'by the epistles of Peter than to so-called successors,'who succeeded neither to their spirit nor the truth as those Apostles preached it. Protest ants stood -for the sufficiency o'i the Scriptures as cont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS "HEIfiE'S THE GOODS/' A LAYiIXG aiACHIXE. Xo. 2S, White Leghorn, 5t.li in 'Beu cligo "Independent," Single Test, 191C 17; 2Sti eggs in G clays over 11 months; 2.10 com pernors. FIRST SIX MONTHS OF S'ECOXD SEASOX—110 ECi'oS. Cockerels 'from a'bovc hen, 21/ each, for l.llS delivery. .Mated to a 297 cockerel. A. E. 1M)IH>'S0X, (Margraves street, Castlemaine. rilOLlFIC LAYERS. SETTINGS 1'OH SALE, Pure O'.Mnllane second season's hens mated with Barron cocks (.English strain). All pens carefully selected and mated by "FoaUior." This is the bj'^ed that pays ror itself. Inspection Invited, A II ii II) Kit, DUKE STREET, WESLEY HILL.

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NORWAY'S SHIPPING LOSSES. 28 VESSELS IN SEPTEMBER. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 18 October 1917

DM XOjIWAI-S SHIPPING LOSSES. ? 2S VESSELS IN SEPTEMBER. (■Renter.) ■Twenty-eight (Norwegian ships were lost in .September. The loss of 1!) of the vessels, representing 30,000 tons, was due to "events of the war." 'Evidence yesterday at Hie inquiry into the 'lire on a steamer in Sydney 'Harbor, 'three -weeks ago, indicates that 'it was the work ol' an incendiary. There was evidence that, someone 'broke dnto the hold and reached the bottom of the steamer, where the Hire started. A Bill is to be introduced. Mr Adam son said yesterday, which -would auth orise construction during the next live years of developmental and subsidiary roads in the more remote and newly .settled parrs c-f the State, the sum 10 be expended being £500,000.

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