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CLOSING OF MAILS. Mails for Expeditionary Forces, France and England, close at the Castlemaine P.O., as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

CLOSING OF MAILS. I T. , -^fails for Expeditionary Forces, I Prance and England, close at tlis iCas I tlemaine'P.O., as follows :— I (Parcels, packets, and newspapers, 6 p.iri., on ;22ad inst. I ^Letters,. 6.30 a,cm.. on 23rd ixiet. _

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GREAT McEWAN. RETURN VISIT FOR TWO NIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

TTH.H G.RIEAT -McEWAX. ] i RETURN" VISIT FOR TWO NIGHTS, j | I ■The Great McEwan, who played a: the Town ;Ha!l under >.Mr Rupert Foyle's direction for six nights early this year, is at .present spending a holiday in the Kyneton and Castle ■maine districts, after a severe attack of ■ptomaine poisoning, which nearly cost him his life at Broken Hill recently. Mr McEwan has completed arrangements with 'Mr iPoyle tor a short return visit of two nights, 29tk and 30th of this month. This will be the only oecn. sion the Great'McEwan will appear be fore an audience previous to his com ing Melbourne season at the Auditori um. The famous hypnotist, motored! over with a party of 'friends from Kyn- j eton to see Intolerance on Thursday night, and although he still looks rather delicate, he stated that ho seem ed to be getting stronger every day, and was sure ho would ;be aole to stage his .famous murder-trial miud-roading act on Ms first, night here. No more popular entertainer than McEwan ha...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROYAL HALL. THE GOLDEN ARROW—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

ROYAL HALL. ; "DHE GOLDMN AUROW—TO-XIGMT. ' No ■more gripping story than The : golden Arrow has yet In*en screened, : and to-uit;hr at the Royal Hall it will ; he1 shown here for 'he ilrsi time. it ! is a 'five-act. drama. featuring that ; .sterling actress ,Mary Corvin, whose i wonderfully daring deeds and hatr . breadth escapes i'roui death, make this ! play such a big" attraction. There is. icf course, a li-tile love iu the plot, but ! most of tile story is thrilling' adven ! ture. -ilr and !Mrs Gordon and her | brother atfend a fashionable skc.ting | rink, where the brother meets an old i sweetheart, whom he has jilted. Mrs 'Gordon is pestered with the attentions jot Charles Simon, whom she indigtum j tly repels. He and the jilted sweet i heart combine for revenge. They all ■ return to the Gordons' house, where 1 the 'brother is -murdered by .1 mysieri : ous srranger, covered in black, who ; escapes. Gordon has a suspicion, and j proceeds to -follow the stranger, but i -Sutton k...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOMB PROOF SHELTERS. VISITED BY ROYALTY. (Published by "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

JJO.HB riKfor sin;i/n:i;s. ? 'VISITED 'BY ROYALTY. (Published by "The Times.") The. Ivinji, Queen, Prince Albert, ami ihe 'Princess .Mary, nave inspecte;! the ease, end 'boniib-prooi' shelters. One is capable of accouimociatwig lit,00') per sons.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS FOYLE'S PARAMOUNT PICTURES. FATTY ARBUCKLE—TO-DAY AND TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

ENTERTAINMENTS FOYLE'S iP-MvAAI OU.NT PICTURES. .FATTY ARBVCKLE— T0->DA Y ASD TO-XI'GHT. •Everybody loves a fat mail. 'But 1 picture-lovers simply rave over Fatty j •Arbuckle, the massive picture comedi-; an, who appears at Foyle's 'Paramount i Pictures at the 'Town Hall this after-: noon and 'to-night in the fastest and! best comedy of his lengthy am! sue-J cessful career, The Butcher Boy. Fori Fatty the path of love becomes strewn with mutton legs, ami chops, which j were hurled through the air, and en-j tangled with the sausages. Flour j and treacle play their part, and play it I v. el!. Darker and deeper grows disas- j ter. and thicker 'the air until absolute I chaos reigns amid a totally wrecked i shop, which leaves the sentimental butcher boy in tears, as well as ruins. In the .second reel Fatty follows his adored to -a ladies' school. He dis guises 'himself as a coy. innocent cous'in. .Withal his ruffled pinafore, short socks, and ladylike efforts, he presents a kittenish ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

.MOST DA-NT. 5R0US OP MINOR AIL MENTS. Of ; he minor ailments a cold is by far the most dangerous, not. in itself, but. hi ihc serious diseases it so otten leads to. Pneumonia, and consumpti on a!,ways start, with a cold. When you have a cold you are much more likely to contract the infectious diseases -su ck as diphtheria, scarier, fever, and v:hooping-eough. Colds are easily cur ed: in fuel. Chamberlain's Cough Ke nic'dy i.s famc-us for its cures of this most common ailment, and is ploasani. and safe to -alio. Why take such des perate chances when so reliable and trust:-,vor;hy a medicine may be obtain | ed for eisliieon ponce? Sold by Geo. Clark and don, Wholesale -Distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

'BUiSl'NESJS iN'OTIODS. •Mr A. A. uVbotomey, eyesight special ist .and optician, pays his 'periodical visit to iCastlemaiue on Tuesday next, and may .be consulted at Mr iM, Tough's surgery in (Barker street.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

Such oi' rhe cable news on this -pairs so, headed has ivppaared in "The Times." and i.> cabled to .Ansrralia by! special permission. m t should bo understood that the o;> in ions are not. those of "The Times" unless expressly siated to ibe so. i3Gstoi<i.vavu ZS£r5i If you arc Jdffrom !>".Ic^s through f varicose veins, v.-.ricoao ulcers, eczema, | etc., I you to Il:iow thnt the I Lothcrinslon Treatment will effect a P SPEEDY & PAINLESS CURE I Etch ca3i? treated individually. V/RITE TO-OAY for full particulars and list of genuine testimonials. C. H. B ARTJ-F.MAN, M.P.S. The L^U'.eri/Vuirmar*/ 2X5 St. Georges Rcl., N(h. Fitj.rov. Melb.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

CHUROIT -SERVICES. 'To-morrow will be observed as a day of national prayer. There will he an exchange of pulpits in some of the churches. The Rev. F. A. Hagenauer will occupy tho .Methodist pulpit in the morning, and Rev. R, Dltterich will j preach at. the Presbyterian Church.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The British Front NO INFANTRY ACTIONS. AERIAL ACTIVITY. (Reuter.) Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

The British Jfrcnf I Y NO INFANTRY ACTIONS. AERIAL ACTIVITY. (.Renter.) Field-Marshal 'Sir 'Douglas Hair; re ports : — Hostile artillery is active in vari ous localities east of Ypres. Activity on our part continues. A few prisoners have hem brought in, but there has been no further infantry action. Our aeroplanes on Thursday dropped 9S bombs on enemy billets and hutments. Enemy machines were aggressive in the forenoon, and made several flights ever our Of 11 enemy maehijiet 'brought clown, three 'fell in our terri tory. Four others were brought down. Three of ours are missing. (Published in "The Times,") Allied aeroplanes bombed Frankfort in the day-tune on Friday.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHARGE OF LARCENY GOLD RING, HAT, TIES, AND SLEEVE-LINKS. A STRANGER ARRESTED. REMANDED FOR A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

CHARGE OF LARCENY 'jj. GOLD iRiIiN'G, BAT, TIES, AND 'SLE H> V:E-'IJ I'XK S. A STiR'AN'GER. ARRESTED. R'E.MAXDED FOR A WEEK. ■Speaking of the movements and acts of John •'Ponton. 'Inspector .Suiplet.on informed LMr Banoul, P.M., at the Pol ice Conn. yesterday morning that on Thursday. -Ponton visited the shop of .Mr Embley, jeweller, and asked to see some rings. lie was shown some, but went, away without buying anything'. However, on counting the rings, sMr [•Em'bley found one was missing. He I notified .the -police, and Sergeant Banks and Constable l']lse. after a search, i'ouad .Penton in the street, wearing 'the missing ring on his finger. .Hej was taken to the lock-up, and search ed, and a nanama hat, three ties, and a' si:,- of sleev-linl- s, were found on him,! which, had since 'icon identified by ijir Warden as his property. He asKed for a remand till Thursday next. Peir.on, who is charged with larceny, years of age, and arrived in the town during the week in a jinker. ac ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS RACING. CAULFIED CUP—TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

SPORm NEWS KACISfi. •CAUDFJ E1 ,D CU'P—TODAY. The'Caulfleld racecourse will be 'the centre of attraction this afternoon for racing enthusiasts, when the iCaulfieid Cup anil other races will conclude the Y.A.TjC. spring meeting, which so >far lias been very successful. The prin cipal racc is the 'Caullield'Chip, anil the placings may result as under : — CAIJLFIEIjD ClliP. Wallace Isinglass .. .. 1 Lingle 2 Chrom« 3 Other races sliould result : — j-Ohv 1; a'« iu, 2; Otienrlorl, !1. •Gwyn Nursery.—King of the Sea, 1; Sweet Lady. 2; Liquid Fire, 3. 'Wyuna Steeplechase.—Yen Error, 1; Booligal, 2\ 1'inon, fW.indsor 'Handicap.— Ipoh, 1; Lord 'Bobadil, 2: AVhiteiield, 3. .Moora Welter.—De Ga.ina, '1; TriJ l;o.n, 2; Kunegeiis. o.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

hjp iaa. iocro.lh)t} flies g a €3rc& *tio ;'.,v '(•- ■ ■' • • • ■"- ' ■'- - • . • . • • j, ' . F. Newham's s&aalcul "W^.s»a.o«s. asso2?tmeis.t 01- up-to-date goods. rol'j! chbist3ias presents for the boys at tiie front at olice. ilW LATEST novels on hand; also the latest magazines and weekly papers. If lewnam barret? street, ussan's Garage xwe 3 < ,*** i-mz fel; ^21 ■tm iniES .vox-stop ho'—world's record. r Touring Car hslvkll HIGH-priced car features, all included for & 295. 'r£r kaiise and every bkfjrejzext of caro sell at twice its price. in suit ilic man "Willi tliej -■jlwktt. wd'uien'uHy liglit oil lub- j H oil and benzine. i •guilts iu tin? iraiion of lnbriout-! •2® wiles per irnHrsn of benzine. .^XSIUATJOX nrxs AKKA5 glrKOSS'Kr i'iVE BUYERS. £u> starVcr am! electric limits. l;"i "iiiar: >;» >. ^-s».-ion r.iaunoty. liliaki top. rte^sni. • •• vtaiJlatius: "windshield (clear ',Wl.i vain.proof). Iwru. Wider front and rear seals. Alumini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

CA-X'T KEEP IT SECRET. The splendid work of Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver is daily 'becoming more widely known. Xo such arand remedy for stomach and liver troubles has ever been known. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STOCKS AND SHARES WAR BONDS, ETC. WHEAT CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

STOGKS AND SHARES + •WAR BON'DS, ETC. "WHEAT 'CERTIFICATES. Messrs. .Clarke and Co. (A. Ruttcr! Clarke), siock and sharebrokers, 311; Collins street, -Melbourne, report on the ISih ins*... ihat lir:h; dealing has gone on in w he.it eertifier.-tes during' the past week. There are a fair num •ber of sellers of ;he new scrip about- at 1/1, wirh buyers quo;ing I/O1,, while i the old scrip is quoted l!:4d buyer, s.c-l-j ler 2id. Since the sale of shares of enemy subjects the m a rice r for securities has been somewhat, dull except, iliar. fair snlcs have been made in war stocks ar. 'full late quotations. Closing sa'es of ;(i!00 bonds wore at .C100 ;10/. \v!ili £10 bonds asked for ar C10/rt/G. and sellers quoting LIn 1. . ■Dunlc-p Rubber have had good en quiry with ordinary advancing to iM 2. Tn ihe mining .market, the demand for Broken Mill T'roprictary shares, 'both for ordinary delivery and forward delivery, has been maintained, with the result, thai shares hardened to about. •"•!/, at...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

MiRTH. MOR.TOX.—On the 9th Oct., at .Miss iCurlewis's Private .Hospital, Casrle maine, toiMr and '.Mrs Prank A. <Mor ton, n daughter (Winifred Joyce). MARRIAGE. ' j FU.IvXER—-HOUSDEX. — A; the .Met.h- | odist Church, Junee, .by Rev. F. •Ball.j 'Horace L„ youngest son of Mr audi 'M.rs 'F. 'W. iFurner, "Quandcng," | Coolomon. .to >Edith I., youngest! daughter of'Mr and Mrs E. .ilousden.j Castlemaine.. | iPresent address : Carlyle 'Park, Cooio- i inon, iX.:S.\V. j DEATH. 'DIED OX SERYdCE. •ROBERTS.—Killed in action ill France, on 'the 21st. September. -JPIT, Private Aifrod .Henry -Roberts, dearly loved eldest son of'Mr and Mrs M. 0. Rob erts, .Humer street, and loving bro ther of Oswald (died at Pozieres). Rupert, Enid, Ainioe and Mavis. He gave .his 'best, his life, his all.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

Spring & Summer Dress Goods THREE SPECIAL LIXES FOE THIS WEEK, iNO. 1.—Cotton ipoplins, beautiful 'mercerised finish, colors, cream, khaki, •brown, navy, and 'mole, .1/6?-, uusal selling price, 1/9. NO. 2.—'Cotton delainettes, splendid imitation of all -wool, .navy ground, with red spots, 'also navy and white stripes and spots, !)d, lOJd. 1/2. Light •grounds, 'fancy effects, 9Jd, 1/. NO. 3.—Double width ginghams, just the material for school wcai% in check effects, navy, pink, and black, grounds, with white •checks, .at 1/lh ■1/4?;. aves and Harris' JT DllESS SrE-CLlsLISTS. HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. fo?a"! Qeneraf Banking Business pJincDfai Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Tidworth (Salisbury P!ain), and Bubaul. Cable remittances made to. and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

CABLE HATES. A United Kingdom.—Ordinary rate, 3/ ■per word; deferred rate, l/t> per word; (liaible to delay ,for ~l hours); week end rates, 9d per (word, .with a mini m-urn of 13/; cables io members A.I.F., !)d per word. 'Persons desiring to cable money to soldiery can do so through the M.O. Ollice, CastImmune, by paying cost of cable (15 ), in addition to money order commission.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

RATES OP PAY. 1.—•Private.—Single men, tJ/ per day, including 1 per (lay deferred pay, married men li per day, including 1/ per day deferred pay, ami 1. 5 per day -reparation allowance for his wife and -i.'d per day far each child up to a maximum of 10,* per day altogether. Driver.—1 per day extra on the above, but u>.a! pay and separation al lowance nor i.) expend l.o per day. C :rporai.—" per day before em barkation. I1' *• day on acave serv ice. i aba.baa 1 • : per day deferred 'pay. sMii.'-.v.'.ovi ■■■'a ace 1, per day bo fa re e a >ark i;. a for the \v::e of a n.arrie.i aabiicr . ■• brag the :otal pay aj:d ?e»* tratirn rbaaaace up io If- per :i ;y. .r:rc,\<a;.--b'! per day before emaaraauaa. I per day oa active service, including 2: per day deferred pay. 5. Quarter Master Sergeant.—10/6 per day ■bef've onrxit'Mtifri. 11 A? per day v:i a:.:; v.- sor-'i;.*, ai.aading 2/ per day deferred pay. .•'.u'.K-.M.-.J.vr.— II per day be fore fm raa; lb per day on active i'l...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 20 October 1917

W. il STONEMAN GROCER, CORNER MOSTYX -VXD .HARG'RAYES STR EETS. •311LC3 to thank his numerous cus tomers i'nv '^-ir cw^uuetl tsup uitniii? 't!ie"last 17 years. F1RST-CI *ASS STOCK OP GOODS AT SPECIAL PR'tOES—GIVE ME A CALL. AG'EXT FOR .SHARP EROS.' SOFT DRIXIvS. ADDRESS : Corner Mostyn anr, Mar graves streets. FIREWOOD. FIREWOOD. Basset! Bros, Phono (J7. i Y^E DESIRE to thank the public of I Castlemnine and District for their past patronage, a'tid hope for a coininuancG of t.hcir support. Best 'Box Blocks, always on hand, a.nd sup-1 plied in any. quantities. Prime Cliaff always on hand. Coal, Coke, and Produce of all kinds kept in stock. Good stock of Mount Lyall'Manures on hand. T"\YOE, special lines of 'Bulldog and Imperial brands, just opened un. ; W-E ARE -BUYERS OF WOOD, HAY, j GRALX A.ND 'PRODUCE. OATS CRUSHED AX'D CHAFF CUT FOR THE 'PUBLIC. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEXDED TO RASSETT BROS., TEMPLETOX STREET. jS I EBIJH R &' SON UNDERTAKERS. ESTABLISHED ilS59. 1 Oak and Kauri ...

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