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TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

TELEPHONE CHAISES. KEViI'SED SCALE. •DISTKil-GT C BXVRiCS. \Recently a revised scale of charges for teloplione calls of contres wilhin 50 miles of Castlemaine came into op oration. The details are :— Between S Between 7 a.m. and p.m. and 7 p.m. S a.m. Barker's Cresit 2d. 2d. Bendigo 6d. 4d. Baringhup 4d. 4d. Fryerstown 2d. u. ■ Guildford 2d. 2d. Ky ne ton 6d. 4d. Harcourt 2d. 2d. Malms'bury 4d. 4d. Melbourne 1/4 Sd. Maldon * 4d. 4d. Maryborough Sd. 4d. Newstead 4d. 4d. Sutton Grang e 4d. 4d. Taradalo 4d. 4d. Vaughan 2d. 2d. Yapeeu 2d. 2d.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

IX :\IB.MORHA;.M. McCAXCE.—Inloving memory of our ■grandfather, John McCance, iwho died October 31st, 15)07, also our grandmother, Agnes McCance, who died October 12th, ISM; also our loved uncle. 'Fran'cis Edward Mc'Cance, who died October 1-lt.h, 1914. No pain, care, or sorrow can come io •them now, and all their tears are wiped away. —Inserted 'by their grandchildren, and nephew and nieces, Theo, Sadie, iClaesson, Maud, and iBeryl Goddard, iSydney, X,<S.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

THiiJSE SPECIAL LINES FOIt THIS WEEK, NO. 1.—Cotton 'poplins, beautiful 'mercerised finish, colors, cream, lcliaki, brown, navy, and 'mole, <l/6i, 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, 9d, 10id, 1/2. Light •grounds, fancy effects, 9id, 1/. NO. 3.—Double width ginghams, just 'the material for school wear, in check effects, ■unvr, pink, and black, grounds, with white eliccks, at 1/li, 1/4 J. Hayes and Harris' 71 " DItESS SPECIALISTS.. HIr nr«m AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES F.W.Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. INSURANCE, MACHINERY & .GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, FARM AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. HOTEL AND SHAREBROKER. FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. FOR SALE AND TO LET. . RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. CLEARING SALES AND FURNiY JIIE \ QPV.PT A ] T>' REGULAR -WEEKLY AUCTION • SALES OF— ! Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce. I AGENT FOR...

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WOUNDED IN ACTION. CHAPLAIN HUME ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

WOUNDED iIX ACTION. CI-LVPLAU'X HUME ROBERTSON. 'Casitlemainc residents will be sorry to learn thai Chaplain Captain Hume Robertson, who l'or many years was minister of the -local Presbyteri-rin 'Church, has'been wounded, lie went to >FYanee as a chaplain about, -two years ■ago. A cable message 'same to hand on Friday, .stating that he has been wounded in the leg, but the injury, fortunately, is not: regarded as serious.

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THE LIBERTY LOAN THE PRIVILEGE OF HELPING. THE FLAG IS BEHIND IT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

THE LIBERTY LOAN THE PPlITILBGE OF IiEL'PJXG. THE FLAG 'IS .BEIIIXD IT. The Commonwealth Government are ottering r.he Liberty Loan for public subscription, ami the list closes on 2nd November. 'Between now and that daie it becomes imperative that all classes of «he 'community—and 'more especially the well-to-do—should fully realise their responsibility to help pro vide the necessary funds with 'which Australia can take her proper pla'ce in the conduct of the 'great, war, and 'help bring- it .to a successful issue. The privilege of .fishting for our co nil try in person is one which -does not fall to everyone. But we can all make our money a soldier, and let it light for us. Whatever our means -we. should subscribe to 'the very fullest, ex tent. to the Liberty Loan—our liberty is at stake as much as 'anyone's—and thus assist Che 'Empire to the utmost of our capacity. The loan is payable in instalments, malting it more convenient, for larger subscriptions from individuals, firms and o...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Roumania AUSTRIAN REGIMENT SURRENDERS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

Roumania AI'STKiAN KKODFENT SUBHEA DERS. (Reuter.) Wr,?;-,ton reports chat an entire { raiment, with all its officers, i iuve surrendered to the Roumanians. 1 F.n:r organisers of the 'Madrid strike have 'been tried by cour.t and found guilty of robeilion. "hoy vere sentenced to imprisonment life.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

GITAMiBE R L. AINAS T A'B I >ETS. These Tablets are intended especial ly for disorders of the stomach, liver, and bowels. If you are troubled with heartburn, .indigestion or -constipation, they will do you good. Try them. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son. 'Wr;olG35\<9 'Sergeant T. Bowden, cf iBendi'go, who has been promo;ed sub-inspector, will succeed Inspector T. Aliearn at iBairnsdale, while 'Inspector Ahearn will be stationed atlBcndigo, as Super intendent. Sergeant. W. J. Young, of Eaglehawk, will take charge of the •Bendigo Division. 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.

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ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL. THE MERCHANT OF VENICE—WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

ENTERTAINMENTS royal hall. .\vt of venice—we D •fii y^jdav xight. rv0111 o public point of -view the ncouiar of all Shakespeare's -Ss Tile Merchant of Venice, as it nersona! appeal to everyone. ^ human. ar.d therefore interesting. ;; v15 'oeea filmed 'by the Broarlwe&t .'Wml a powerful cast was secured, -■V; ,he screening a: the Royal Mall on vv!':e-»"y night will -be an event be awaited with much inte • --Table Talk" (-Melbourne) last r:o;;:a devoted a full page to an appre i';"I'ivo description 01 this great p;e j.,-;.. The part of Shylock is taken v' ;;;e ~rea: Matheson 'Lairg, and that v' r>..r;i3 by llutin iBritton. .Both these visited Australia some years ago, v-- -.vere wonderfully popular. "Table says :—"Mr Lang's is an im ,,,v.'?;ve Shylock. and one of strong iu vlJusI temperament and niein. Sub , ir.;:icusly he slowly wins sympathy .or rise ni.r.i who demands his pound of — this Jew who has • oin deemed to set. the r,'t:eras for all serious stage stud io. !I tin...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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THE LATEST. THE RIGA BATTLE. RUSSIAN FLEET CORNERED. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

THE 'LATEST. THE RIGA BATTLE. RUSSIAN FLEET CORNERED. (Publishod in "The Times.") The latest from the ;Ri?;a operations emphasises rhe seriousness of 'the disaster. The 'present, position ap pears 'to bo that 19 or 20 Russian war ships are cooped up in the narrow Molm Sound. The 'German fleets arc guarding the north and south outlets. It is certain tha>t the powerful Russian fleet, whose base is at Cronstadt, did not fake part in r.he ;batt.le. ;M. Kerensky has gone to the front.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

The Castlemaine Subscribe w*«) WltUCUMKS at this OFPICB, or ACESTS IHltOt fiHOUl III! DiSTEior

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 XIII. A Touch of Nature. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

The Law of the Land By FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. {All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XIII. A Touch of Nature. J^ick Charteris stood smiling at tho I child, trying to make up liis mind what to say. The surprise was so com plete that he could only look down al the little one with a feeling of hetfp lessness, which was by no means a failing of his. It was almost incredible that a man like Clarkson should have I a child like this. Clarkson had not seemed the kind of man to waste his ' time or his sympathy in domestic joys. ■ but here was striking proof to the con trary, and, moreover, the little one spoke as if her father were someone to be proud of. "Perhaps I had better speak to youi mother," Dick said. "Will you yo and tell her that Mr. Charteris is here?"' The child looked at Dick with her ■ fearless blue eyes wide open. Evi , dently she had been used to much tenderness and kindness, and so far I as Dick could see for himself, the...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Mr Frank A. Hill reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

COMMERCIAL. I i J BEXiMG O P IG MA'R-KET. i 4 Mr-Frank A. Hill reports : — An extra largo yarding of pigs came to 'hand. Immediately useful pigs constituted the bulk of the offer ing, included in which was a large proportion of Quality sorts, mainly ibac onurs and porkers. Quotations IPrime heavy baconers sold from £'4/5/ to £4/'IS/: extra choice fawners' p.igs to as high as £5 2/; ■handyweiglu decriptions, £3/W5/ to £4; ,light, prime sorts, £3/6/ to £3 10/; prime porkers, £2/5/ to £2/il0/; medium sorts, £1/17/ to '£2/2./; best slips made from £1/5/ to £1/S/; well-bred suckers, 16/ to 20/; medium sorts, 10/ to 13/; inferior and small, lower. Calves were moderately sup plied, and again made strong values, best ■selling to £'3/1.1/; useful sorts. £'2/110/ to £>3/3, ; -\yeek and fort-nighx old calves, £2 to :£2/3/.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MINING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

MINING INTELLIGENCE : 'XI - (Prospecting work is in progress at (Little Xuggetty, which 'is the -oxly mine at work on r.lie field just now. The two bucket dredges at C.imp cell's Greek obtained 'GOozs. 1-ldwts. for the week. The '.Minister of -Mines has ordered the Xo. 1 dredge to eease work •as the ground being treated, he con siders. is 'too valurJbie for agricultural ■purposes to be dredged. The comp any will make representations to the .Minister 011 the subject. Should the Minister adhere to his present attitude 20 men will be thrown out 01 work. ---* v

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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATE R. McMILLAN AND LIEUT. F. S. FOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATE R. McMILLAN AND LIEUT. F. S. FOERS. On Friday, the Rev. J. Jones, having received an official telegram, conveyed the painful news to Mrs W. McMillan, of Main street, Chewton, that her son, Private Robert McMillan, had been kil led in action in Flanders, on 20th Sep tember. Private McMillan was a single man, 31 years of age, and enlisted in Melbourne about 12 months ago. He was a fine type of man and soldier, and latterly had been attending a non com's. school at the front in order to qualify himself for non-commissioned rank. He was very popular at Chew ton, where sincere sympathy is felt for the widowed mother and family. His brother, Private Frank McMillan, is in the fighting line. 2nd-Lieutenant Frank Everest Foers, killed in action 21st .September, 1917, was the second son of Police-Sergeant W. L. Foers, of Preston, and was born at Chewton. He was for three years in the Victorian 22nd Scottish Regi ment, and joined the forc...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Castlemaine Mail. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 22 October 1917

The Castlemaine Mail. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1917.     ITEMS OF NEWS Victoria's climate is said to consist of samples of weather, sometimes two or three in a day. This reputation has been deserved during the past few days. For the greater part of the week the days have been close and muggy, with violent thunderstorms at night. Saturday was close, with showers, and yesterday was crisp, and cold. Early yesterday morning a ter rific windstorm, with a blinding rain, occurred, lasting half an hour, which was quite long enough. Fences were blown down, roofs damaged, and limbs of many street trees were wrenched   off. The wind came in long, violent gusts, and many people were appre hensive of another destructive cyclone such as played havoc here a few years ago. The weather is still far from settled. Sixty points of rain fell from Saturday mornimg till '6 p.m. yesterday. A gift afternoon, promoted by the local branch of the Red Cross Society, will attrac...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC. THE GLUGS OF GOSH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

nn ii n ii NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETG. $ THE GLUGS OP GOSH. The Glugs of Gosh, Mr (C. J. Den nis's latest venture, is in the domain of allegory. He has attempted the difficult task of endeavoring to weave , an atmosphere cf romance ana poetry| around the most prosa'i'c and stodgy of! ■all subjects, namely the conventional ities of our modern civilisation, as it is exemplified in the common Philistine, .or Glug :— 'Now 'the Glugs abide in the land of 'Gosh; Ana thej" work all day for the sake of splosh. For Splosh the .First, is the nation's pride, And 'King of the Glugs, on his uncle's side. And they sleep at night, for the sake of rest; For their doctors say this suits .them best. And they climb the trees, as a general rule, For exercise, when the -weather is cool. They're 'taught at school To climb the trees when the weather is cool. The Glugs eat meals three times a day Because their .fathers ate that way. Their grandpas said the scheme was good ■To help the Glass digest 'their fo...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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THE ROLL CA[?] 344th CASUALTY [?] 1001 NAMES 191 DEATHS: 810 WO[?] Containing 1001 names casualty list was issued ye[?] details being:- [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

THE ROLL 3-Utli CASrAXTt 1 (>01 191 DKATI!^ ^ ^ | \v.s raining liK'l - "issued yf;': •• SI1-' 1,1 killed in Tiie Vi;Mr:.ui diloa. 235 womniea- _t ^ •nuiir.e ds*»u\. Cu •, ,rc :—Frin:e ;V?tic:ivaiao. '>nie^ T> ?' ember; Lane^P1 • -Tiewion. wounaed. ^ .^ryorsco'.vn, ^nauc« v jlity i; 'Driver R. D' .vounded.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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HELPING OUR SOLDIE RED CROSS BR[?] APPRECIATION OF [?] THANKS BY POST [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

RED CRO; I 'APPRECIATION I The Castle-cake \J lias cheered array a fv Australian soldier as, the public here saotij r | hard-working, genera;;• who are doing =o Parcels of cigarettes forts are regulaar'.y «•> Federal Governs?::-. | they are packed into n^ll i each parcel is -placed • ! ing the address of the h;-:| I Society which has ; The soldiers who receh;^! : not -allowed to str.e ! their whereabouts orft j they he-long. i ; 'Many of these carfe, :-t;.-j ; titude, have beea re:r:*| : front to the secretary:? I Red -Cross branch Oiisaa ! Crow), and as the girts'tirl 1 ed 'the lives of oar b:r; ! so these cards li?a-R i \ our brave women ~orv=ri j The following re-, | cards received by the >x \ during the past ies j taken at random front ili : and read :— J We wish to tlnniyoi:,,. i of cigarettes, whicii ti;3:n| I these gifts are highly ; them. Than stag you:: —Corporal AV. H. Greet. : 1917. 1 -It is VTith great ?!»« inform you that c::a: hand, and 1 am Mtreit; see the uleas...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CORRESPONDENCE THE MOONLIGHT ROAD [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

■ ' The tW, Clle -'^•'ryor:; ':?n 10 "*ie sad you r.05. 1 hG Chili*?. *' -OS s;iji ,J^6! ^:on« ion cauod a -Babys"c;, ''le ilavn. e:neu' to reRa; i?*. ros::;!s Pi: :!!'S! ^ies, and a: control i., •!,„ .. -r »n :ae ?a -v^lf October 22'ir.j

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CLOSING OF MAILS. Mails for Expeditionary Forces, France and England, close at the Cas[?]emaine P.O., as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

fLOSIj'fl OF ^A;T/S. —-— Mails tor Expeditionary Forces, France and E:>sl:irwl, close at the iCas .P.O.. aJ'ollows : — .Letters, 13.30 a.an., ,o.u 2-ircl inst.

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