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SPORTING NEWS. LAWN TENNIS. RED CROSS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

SPORTIfiG NEWS. { i.A^VN TENS IS. RED CROSS TO U RX AM EXT. The foliowim''; v. re the handicap? and draw for the above lournameni, ic bo ■held on the local court?, io-niorrow af ternoon. Owing to the large entry, flayers are requested to be punctual, as ir. is definite to finish the tourna , niont in one afternoon : — CA.STLB.MA 1;.NE COURT. 12.30.—iliouse and Mrs House (owe 13) v. Ycrey and .Miss Philpots (set*.). McBcaih and Airs .Mc.13e.iih (scr.) v. ■Ritchie and Miss Williamson (owe 15.3). 1.15.—Ircdale and Mrs ilrcdale (scr.) v 11. Symes and 'Mrs iR. 'Eagle (rec. .3). tBartold and Miss Xewlands (owe .3) v. Abrecht and 'Mrs Ritchie (owe .3). 1.45.—>Cartwr;ght and .Miss 'Collins (scr.) v. iPriichard and IMiss .George (owe 15). Johns and Miss Crib be a (owe 15) v. Walters and '-Miss iYick (ree. 15). ■2.15.—Hill and .Miss Baker (rec. .3) v. Hughes and Mrs Alorell (owe 15). iStonenran and '.Aliss Verey (scr.) v. Eagle and .Mrs Eagle (rec. 1'5). HOPETOUlX COURT. 12.30.—(Bayley and...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

•]£'£ jC£<0»-£3L~E3>-& w Il©s G-€S 1bC2> .j£, Xs2»3J«© »**■ --g -^r^igp-IL© <ci ©iHSLei OF UP-TO-DATE GOODS. kora CHRIS IST3US PRESENTS rOH TIIE BOYS AT TIIE FRONT AT ONCE. jlHF. LATEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS. BARKER STREET. &2 f| jp ||SK ~%W I oarage -•J.ooo 3IILES NON-STOP KITS—WORWS KECGh t)« ,<?**2 L fP7>, 1" •^SAXWLLL IllOir.PKlCEl) CAR FEATURES, ALL IXILLDlD _ *OR & 295. FLUTiiE AND EVERY REFIXE31EXT OF CXSta SELL AT I r,neE ITS PRICE. 1 ^ ist (n s«i{ Hie tlie Mfinderially light on lufe oil anil benzine. Ei!o> [o tiie ua'iion of luovicat K' v./i'i r;ii1:»s nov tcaUon o\ tr-WSTllAT-trs" RUMS ARRAN ^HPUOSI'I-i'TlVK RUYEUS. •Ktri« "tsuier a:si! oU't'lric 5*^lats. J^ltlMon n;;;cui'tu. I^SS" lop. ■sr5iroau!-iino, dcsi«si. S*1'1- H'ntiij'.rius; windshield (dear i^C™0, IVider front and rear sea is. Aluminium transmission li<f::sin:r. Handsome roum'?d radiator it hood. ...

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BOY SCOUTS CASTLEMAINE TROOP. (By Pioneer.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

BOY SCOUTS 4 . •OASTLE-jIAil'XE TROOP. (By Pioneer.) Tho usual weekly muster was hold on Friday last at .Christ Church school hall. Several of the Scouts passed their second class tens, and a number of others advanced in ifirst. class tost. .Much keenness was displayed in pre paration for Saturday's. Gala, pro ces sion. and the prospect. oT a visit from the 1st -Maknsbury troop was looked to with eager anticipation by the Cas tlcmaine troop. On .Saturday last 'tho services of the Scouts were requisitioned for the pur pose of distributing the Liberty Loan circulars, which were stamped with the troop's rubber stamp. The ill oil. Sir John Forrest, 'Federal Treasurer, desires as many of the Scouts as pos sible to assist in seeing that every av ailable £.1 is contributed to the loan. 'Will the parents 01 ';he Scouts kindly ■allow their boys to distribute the .leaf lets after school? 'A communication 'to this effect has been received by the 'Scoutmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

CAN'T KEEP IT SECRET. The splendid -work of Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver is daily .'becoming more widely known. •No such grand remedy for stomach and liver troubles has ever 'been known. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, "Wholesale Distributors.. A cable message has 'been received from London, stating that Lieutenant Harold 'William Harper was killed in action in France on October 4th. Lieut. Harper was the younger son of Mi' William Harper, of '.Messrs. Robert Harper and Co., Ltd., and v-'as .Mel bourne partner of Mr -Burt StewaTt, solicitor, iRushworth and .Melbourne. ■MOST DANiG-BROUS OF MINOR 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 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; in fact, Chamberlain's Cough...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Italy ITALY STANDS WITH ENTENTE. SOCIALISTS ARE DEFEATED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

Its ly —*— IT ALY ST .VXDS WITH ESTOTi:. SOCIALISTS mtl ttEFEATEU. (Router.) j Speaking in the Italian 'Chamber.1, Signer >Bosclli, the Premier, declared, that, until 'final and complete victory i was 'achieved. Italy would remain in-; ! dissolubly identified with the Allies. j Italy. i\6 said, was on guard against j ! tha enemy's devices to divide the ; Allies. A 'Socialist motion of no conridonce in the 'Government was defeated by 22.S votes to '51. 'Fifteen 'members abstained from voting.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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WATERSIDE TROUBLE STRIKERS MEET. PROPOSALS FOR EARLY SETTLEMENT. POSITION DISCUSSED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

WATERSIDE TROUBLE f STRIKERS MEET. 'PROPOSALS FOR EARLY SETTLE MENT. POSITION' DISCUSSED. MELBOURNE. Thursday. At tho Trades' Hall this morning an important meeting of transport mar kers' group, which includes seamen and -wharf laborers, was held, and the! situ::?.- last until after 1 o'clock. 1 ■It is understood that, as a result or the decision of this conference further ■proposals will 'be made for a settle ment of the waterfront dispute. 'It is significant that a special meet ing of the Seamen's Union had be*a called for to-night at the rooms of the ■Melbourne'Wharf 'Laborers' Union, and thai tho wharf laborers will hold a mass meeting to-morrow afternoon. The opinion was expressed by union officials to-day that unless certain new proposals which are to be made for aj settlement of the position were agreed to there would probably bo a prolong ed struggle on the water front.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The British From AERIAL ACTIVITY. HEAVY ARTILLERY FIRE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

The British From * AERIAL ACTIVITY. IIEAYY ARTILLERY FIRE. OReuLer.) • | Sir Douglas -Haig-in a despatch says :Dr.itisli-aircraft carrie-d out a-very suc cessful raid, on Wednesday afternoon in German territory. .They attacked a factory west of Sairbruicken, 40 mil es beyond the German frontier, and dropped many -bom,bs with good effect. Fires broke out in the factory. All the .machines returned safely. Many tombs were dropped on billets 011 Thursday, and 'three enemy machines were brought down. One of ours -is missing. The Admiralty reports that our nav al aircraft carried ont patrols 011 Wed nesday, and encountered several ene my formations. One enemy seaplane was destroyed, and two others were pro'bably destroyed. 'General H-ai-g. in a later report, says there is considerable hostile artil lery >iirc north-east of Yprea, and in the coast sector. • Our artillery conr . tinues active on the battle front, K Such of tliG cable naws on this page so headed has appeared in "The Times...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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ANZAC BUFFET CONCERT AT HARCOURT. UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

flNZAC BUFFET . _ ^ .CONCERT AT IIIARCOURT. UNQUALIFIED .SUCCESS. A very enjoyable concert was given j on Wednesday evening in the A..X.A. j Iiall 'at :Harcoun, in order tn raise! funds ifor .the upkeep of the Anznr! EulTer. in London, an .institution which! has proved to be. the home of tho .Ans-j rralian soldiers when o:i furlough. j Lieutenant.-Colonel Field occupied t'.io! chair, and there was a large and a;:-1 preciative audience. ! Songs were given by Mrs 'Kins .(>Mel-; bourne), blisses TJo'bcrts, BHlyeald. j Hansen (2), .Messrs. Gi'bson. Field, ar.d, McLean; monologue by .Mr I3oi troll (Melbourne), recitation by Mrs King, cornet duet and solo, Messrs. South combe and'Hopkins. Miss Boyeil danc ed the Irish Jig and Highland Fling, •which were .much appreciated !>y the audience. (Messrs. Gibson and Pedlar created roars of laughter wiili .items taken fro.m the 'Harcourr. and Porcu pine newspaper. Several prominent local residents were jocularly referred to, which greatly 'a...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE A.N.A. ITS PART IN THE WAR. A SPLENDID RECORD. FIFTH OF THE MEMBER'S DONNED KHAKI. SEVEN GIVE THEIR LIVES. SIX ORIGINAL ANZACS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

■ITS PART IX THE WAR. A SPLEXDID RECORD. FIFTH OF TiHE ..M EMBER'S 'DOXXED K'HAHr. •S10 VEX GIVE THEIR LIVES. SIX OR'fGTXiAL AXZAC3. The A.X.A. is not a -militarist orga nisation, on the contrary its ideal is to advance Australia iby peaceful means, j and in order that it may pursue riiar ideal many of its members have joined the colors ro assist in deteating the enemy of the world's peace, and to re duce German junkerfsm to the stnuc where it will be impotent to again con vert the world into an armed camp. Every branch of the Association' is represented in the firing line, but it is Questionable whether any can eqmi tile Castlemaine branch's war record. The benefit, membership of the branch is 370, and fully one-fifth of them have fought in the trenches. It is a magni ficent record, when it is considered that, some of the members are 'Physic ally unfit, some working on munitions, some over the age, and some being1 married are so circumstanced that it j is impossible for'them to enl...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

BOROUGH COUNCIL I — THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS. 'Present ;—;C-r.s. Freeman (mayor), Ireland, '.Maca-fee, Taylor, Yandell, Cornish, Corbell, and Martin. .CO R RE S PO-'vD BMC E. In response to an appeal by E-out. T. C. Stoneman, re rent of Town Hall for Anzac Buffet concent, it was decided to forego any charge for the nail. From H. S. W. 'Lawson, iw.L.A., re garding the appointment of a succes sor to Sergt. O'Brien, and forwarding letter from the Country Foads Board re the work of reeonsiruciing portion of the Tlarcourt-'Casilcmaine road, in which it is stated that tenders for the work arc being called. 'From A. .McGibbon, drawing atten tion to the state of the drain between Barker and Margraves streets, .-be i twecii the properties fronting: 'Parker and 'Hunter streets.—'Surveyor to re ; port. From Castlemaine School Commit ■ tee, forwarding resolution in favor of ilie council granting the old pound site to the High School 'Council. From Electric Supply Co.. s:tiling the lights north of C...

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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATE ALRFRED ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

GASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SQLOISHS -y KILLED ;IN' ACTION. PtRlIVATE AI-F.RED RO'BERTS. Yesterday official information readi ed Mr .H. '0. 'Roberts, of Margraves street, that his son, P.rivate Alfred Roberts, :had (been 'killed in action. Deep public sympathy will go out to the bereaved parents and family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

AUCTION -SALES. ? ■An important, sale of orchard pro pony will bo conducted by Messrs. Carter, Amos and 'Co., at the •Market, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, on belvali: of Mr C. Symes, cf Tlarcourt. Three lots 1 will be submitted. The first compri ses (i-roomed dwelling:., all necessary buildings, e:c., 17 acres orchard in full j,bearing', and 33 acres cultivation and 1 grazing land, with water laid on, dams, etc. i.Mr Symes occupies this property at preser.;. The second lot consists or the I-roomed dwelling and P acres of land in occupation of Mr .Palmer. The third lot. is an area of SO acres cultivation and grazing land, adjoining ilie Church of England, known as lAVest.'s. (Being such an important sale there is sure to be a large attendance and keen bidding.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

The Law of the Land By FRED. M. WHITE. | Published by arrangement with f j Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. j [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XI.—Continued. "Help yourself," Dick said hospit« ably. "I will ring the bell for another cup and saucer. And now, what do you ruean by flying up here in this in consequent way? Why are you look ing so pale and wornout? Is there anything wrong at home?" "Not as far as we are concerned," Enid said. "'But. I am dreadfully wor ried about Ralph." Dick suppressed a chuckle. Under the circumstances it would not be pru dent to say too much, and his grave face was quite in sympathy with En id's troubled features. "I don't see why you want to trou ble about him," he said. "Why worry when everything is at an end between ] you? Youare parted from the man for "ever, and you have announced your intention of never seeing him again. You say that he has treated you ex ceedingly bad, and after that, what more would you have?" "He has treated me very badly,...

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WOUNDED IN ACTION. GUNNER J. B. MILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

'WOUXDBD IX ACTIOX. G-UXXER J. IB. .MILLER. J-Iis parents, .Mr .and Mrs David Mil ler, of Lyttleton street, were yesterday :n receipt of a notification from the Defence 'Department, stating- that their eldest son, Gunner J. B. Miller, had been slightly wounded, and no serious result was anticipated. Gunner -Miller is 2;'. years ol age, and enlisted on 12ill July, 1915. He is a painter by trade, having; been apprenticed to Mr W. G. Thompson, of -(Hunter street.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

ifFa DAMN & C House, Furnishers, Barker st. Special Reductions This Month Only 3E®3e?S.o3j? *±>o ^ijoc?3ac"S;^Ilaz5.Ea.^ <S3J2lo,3jloo ■fcJbLarfi EsJbLO"raJLc& :a3LO"fc "Sso sa&JLssssiecS. R. DANN and Co. 4wuLim* READY RECKONER For Married Men Prepared lo Join the A.LFC FOR HOME AND EMPIRE. Rates for a Soldier with Total Fortnightly Pay, Fortniphtly Pension it Husband Totally Incapacitated. Fortnightly Fension it Husband Killed. j\ Wife and No Children... £1 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 6 0 A Wifo 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 Ap £18 5s. a year, which the Soldier draws in a lump sum on his return. Then again a man has to remember that he is fed and clothed while in the A.I.F., which is a big item to consider. Don't forget, too, that the rates q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

The Castlemaine Mail 2 Subscribe <0"'!'6/0 pci' Advert 1'AllTICULABS AT TUTS OFFICE, OR AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE DlSTW^1'

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MILITARY MEDAL WINNER. PRIVATE P. V. A. ANDREW'S. BRAVE TARADALE SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 19 October 1917

MILITARY MEDAL WINNER. PRIVATE P. V. A. ANDREWS. BRAVE TARADALE SOLDIER. In yesterday's list of soldiers to whom the military medal has been awarded for bravery in action appears the name of 262, Private P. V. A. And- rews, of Taradale, only son of Mr Wil- liam Andrews, of that place. In the Bullecourt fight (Private And- rews was with a machine gun section, and after fighting for some time, all his comrades except one were put out of action. Private Andrews took com- mand of the gun, and sent his only remaining mate away for ammunition and support, but his comrade was un- fortunate enough to be wounded on the journey. Andrews was, therefore isolated, and left to manage as best he   could. He stuck to his post, and worked the machine gun single hand- ed, holding the position till the close of the day's fighting, and thus earned the medal conferred. Percival Augustus Vivian Andrews was born at Taradale on the 5th of June, 1887, and has therefore just tur- ned 30 years of...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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RESUMED DUTY PRIVATE C. W. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

HSSniED FRlVATt: c w. Pnv;?:e •*'"5 riJriW;. H.irSTJV;: C oxinSci'i ::: }!.;/ !.}?:. vt'J :hA!:; H:-j -—o:: :::. «::j : • 000:v5\; :;c:<ly ::v": ":uvoj ::r '0 :o i a; Vt":n«rea.». , u\* v>"ot;:;d is - „> ho «is ;>■ lYeir Suffolk _ to W^riuo::^ j B;:ry <rroo.\ M s c2i«.:;3r.;cd :r.»m A:i.P. hendiiaartfrs lb r";o 2nd •Ross •i:u; :> awc.u:i 5:-:oj :-v o o':: • ■- 'y ' :'^:n a ^;;r> r--^ s::i a:. r";o 2nd r:o:^. ov. service I

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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT [?] KILLED IN ACTION PRIVATE ALFRED [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

GASTLEMAINE DiSTRiCI Si Two sons of J I : orts. of -Hunter - t : call ci ihelr c?u - .P. , third endea-vore. - • je-cted. A Sue • : The i-.vo who > . • henor of their been killed in actio:..ri.i: : will sincerely sympri-Tth roaved parents in titr : splendid wns. The no Oswald dltToo:-?. • Pozieres battle it: Ift^ Thursday the Rev. J. !2£ voyed the painful r.e~5 that. :heir eldest son. Henry Hoberts. had tion on -1st $ep:exh-r.f:;':: of rise recent offensive. ";:; a single man. ".0 ye::?::-^ of the tow:;. ar.-i period '.v\s c:up'.o."ei:: »• Clark and Son's fronxo::^:;' leaving there to jo ir,'^: business of Kdward of Melbourne. 'He bourne in -March of Lk P-' sailed in April Ho - Franco, sua was -• a:ui also suffered from yovenrber las:, but resr:^ till ;o re::::-.; to tl- b;-- ' o:' this year h? •>::? ' this time in the period in Hospital in ::i August he was cp- " T olio?, and met his der I tember. Everyor.e g; death of these brave la- 1; their stamp who have I pire. and the w...

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GOD'S ACRE MOONLIGHT FLAT CEMETERY. DESECRATION AND NEGLECT. TOMBSTONES USED AS TARGETS. FENCING CHOPPED DOWN FOR FIREWOOD. APPEAL TO THE CITIZENS. DUTY TO CONSCIENCE AND PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

GOD'S ACRE -—* MOOXLIG'HT iFUAT CEMETERY. DE-SECRiATiIO.Y AND XEG'LECT. TOMBSTOXES USE'D -A3 TARGET3. 'FE-.VCI'XG CiHOiPPED DOW,.\ FOR FIREWOOD. APPEAL TO THE CITIZENS. DUTY TO CONSCIENCE AND PIONEER'S. There is a cemetery about an acre in extent, on the high land not iar irom the junction of 'Mooniigni -Crock w-..h' Forest Creek. To reach it one cros ses Zeal 'bridge, and travels for a cou ple of hundred yards or so along the .Moonlight 'Flat road, and from there it can be seen on the crown of a stretcn of fast-rising ground on :he left-hand side. .Not many people appear to I know of its existence, yet owing 10 its | historic associations, and from the I primitive method in which the graves ! are marked, and the tact thar it is a | cemetery, ir. should'be well-known, and j well-cared for. The area was convene.! jinto a cemetery very early in the dig ! ging days, and from what can be see:: ■ to-day i; was evidently used princip ally for 'tiie intermeir of children. 1 Away back in th...

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