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PEACE PROPOSALS THE PART OF THE VATICAN. ADDRESS BY REV. P. A. HAGENAUER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

PEACE PROPOSALS -t THE PART OF THE VATICAN". ADDRESS BY REV. P. A. HAGEX AUBR. The Rev. F. A. Haijenane'* conducted i the service at the Methodici Church on .Sunday morning. and look occasion to refer to the war "iid the recent peace proposals. .A Roman Catholic Bishop, he said, has lately issued a .pastoral letter, and a statement i re rhe Pope's peace proposals. This | conjoint pronouncement is significant! for two features (a) the undercurrent i of hostility to Great -Britain and • •friendship to Germany; (b) the undue j importance given to Papa! influence in! the matter of peace. Ho?'tili:y to the! Empire is now characteristic of re-] presencative R.C. uttc-ranoes. and inj this statement is real, chough veiled.. There are the usual sneer;; ar Great Britain's motives in declaring war. The violation of (Belgian neutrality, according to this prelate, "is stired to he the cause," and again "the vindica tion of Belgium is .alleged So he the' cause." I* he .thinks this v.-as the motiv...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MALDON SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

v :»-n^.-mv?-re-rn-trn\>- rv\ ?r»ri >lm Mim SHiEE COUNCIL | >— M-0.M-TI11-;Y ilEETI XG. I (Present. :—Cr-5. iBowon (president),1 I 'T-Iiitton, Sharp, Davics, "Bell, Bryant, and -Ji'ulli.is. On tho motion of the president, it was resolved to forward a letter of ryr^pathy to I ho parents ov -three .Mal c'on soldiers, viz., 'Percy Cray.ford, •William. Yeats, and Charles Jordan, who ha'J been killed in a::l'on. C0PJRE3P0MDBXCE. 'From Department of ?,lines, staling '"hat they do not 'hold iliemsc'lves re sponsible for maintaining abandoned shafts in a state of safety, leasehold er's being responsible for all shafts within the lease area. iProm Jv. Rash, irlarcour:, drawing attention to the bad state of road lead ing to his place, 'being almost impas sable, and goods can only be brought ■within half a nvile of the place, which causes great inconveuieifcc.— Work to be en Tried out as soon as wea ther is favorable. From Country Roads 'Board, stating thai iho apportionment of half t...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE + CAMPBELL'S CREEK. The Campbell's Creek Race ,Club lias been officially notified that permission v. Ill not be given to hold a race meet ing on Boxing Day. A meeting of the members will be held on Tuesday night, »t the Five Flags, in .order to settle up affairs in connection with the club. Representations were made lo the Defence authorities that it was really a picnic gathering, and the am ount distributed was appended, but all to no avail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

SOUR STOMACH. This is a mild form of indigestion. "tSstfc slowly, masticate your food thoro ughly and lake one of Chamberlain's: Tablets just aftej- supper, and it may bo , a voider!. Sold 'by Geo. .Clac.k ui;<] Son,.Wholesale Distributors.

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BELGIAN RELIEF FUND RAFFLE LACK OF SUPPORT. MONEY TO BE RETURNED TO TICKET-HOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND RAFFLE -♦ LACK OF1 SUPPORT. -MQXEY TO BE RETURNED TO TICKET-HOLDERS. Very little support, having been ac corded 'to the 'Xalder's acetylene gas engine art union, in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund, it was decided to notify the Attorney-General that it was pro posed to abandon the idea of raffling the prizes, aivd 'to advertise in the press that holders of tickets could have their purchase money returned to them; that any money not claimed by ticket-holders would be paid to the Belgian Fund; that t'he prizes would be sold by 'public auction at a suitable date, the proceeds 'from the sale to bo also devoted to the Belgian Fund; and that a balance-sheet showing the re sult of the effort would be furnished to the Attorney-General. The following reply has been received :— "I am 'directed by 'the Attorney General to acknowledge 'the receipt, of your letter of the ISth instant, setting out what you propose to do in regard to certain raffles which were arranged ■for in .A...

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WAR PRECAUTIONS ACT WOOL DEALING. NOTICE TO GROWERS AND DEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

tSTmrv.-.v: irTrA_-r? -rrv; ■->1 JtV--rgT7v WAR PRECAUTIONS ACT ' f WOOL DEALING. NOTICE TO GROWERS AND DEAL ERS'. The Victorian State Wool Coiv.mit'tee desires to -asain uraw the .attention of growers and wool dealers to the War Precaution ('Wool) Regulations Clause 10 :— No person shall sell any wool or tops except through or to or with the consent cf the Common-wealth Govern ment or otherwise in accordance with ■these regulations. Regulation 25a, .Nos. C\ and 2: — "(1) The Central Wool Committee shall for the purpose "oT carrying' out these regulations 'have power to auth orise any member of the Committee cr any other person to enter any premises and inspect any documents, books, or papers therein1, and to take extract? therefrom." "(2) Whoever obstructs any person in the performances'of his duties under this regulation sh-a!! be guilty of 'an ofenee." And War /Precautions 'Act 1914-15 iSe'c ■tion 7 :— 'Whoever aids, abets, counsels, or procures, or is in a ivy way directly or...

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PROPOSED PEACE TERMS BY RUSSIAN DELEGATE. CHARACTERISED AS CHILDISH PRATTLE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

PROPOSED PEACE TERMS ? BY RUSSIAN* DELEGATE. CHARACTERISED AS iGiil'LDISH TRATTLE. (Router.) 'Renter's correspondent, at Petrograd says that the following are among the Russian peace terms the Workmen's and Soldiers' delegate Scobeleii, will propose when attending the inter-Alli ed conference in Paris :—A free and ■uninfluenced plebescue as regards the future of Alsace-Lorraine, and Italian Irredenta.; the restoration of Belgium. Serbia, and -Montenegro; restitution to. Germany of ail colonies: free access ! to all straits leading 'to inner seas, in cluding Suez and Panama canals; dis armament on land and sea: and the! creation cf a system of militUi." j Newspapers in Petrograd ridicule Scobeleff's peace terms as childish prattle, and declare that. they might bave been drawn up in Germany.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

OHAMiB ERLA IX'S TA'BI ,E T 3. These Tablets are intended especial ly for disorders of Mis stomach, liver, and bowels. If you are troubled with heartburn, .indigestion or constipation, the:.' will do you good. Try them. Sold! by Gee. Clark and .Son. 'Wliolcs.s'ia ! Striking a reef near Noumea, Xcw Caledonia, the steamer Bellambi, 1162 tons, has become a icral loss, k was built in 1908, and was a steel screw steamer. The TJellamui was until recently in the coal trade be tween Sydney and Xew Caledonia, tak ing cargoes of coal and coke. » 1 lair Mb tsd Skin leauty Here are several hints on the toilet that are proved successful :— $ GREY HAIR:—Few men and women know that fluid Llthono. ru'l-be;! into the scalp several times a week will re store grey hair to its original color in tv few short weeks. Lithone is not a c'ye—it is a remarkable fhrUl found to possess extraordinary power over grey -air. A few days after one starts to use it one can see the natural color coming [back. Day by da...

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Great Air Raid GUNS STRANGELY SILENT. WEIRD VISITATION. FOUR ZEPPELINS STILL ALOFT. DISABLED AND WANDERING. (Published by "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

Great Mr Bald ¥ GUNS STRANGELY SILENT. "WEIRD VISITATION. FOUR ZEPPELINS STILL ALOFT. DISABLED AND WANDERING. (Published toy "The Times.") The fact tlrat 'the anti-aircraft guns were not fired and the long interval between :the time the alarm was given and t'he dropping of bombs began 'were the .most remarkable feature of Fri day's raid. <Many -people thought that a false alarm had been given, and they went out into the streets, being unaware that Zeppelins /were silently hovering over the metropolis till a bomb crash ed, followed 'by distant bombs from outlying suburbs. (Reuter.) iFour Zeppelins are still wandering disabled, and are all hemmed in by French aviators. Two are in the south-west, one over the Mediterran ean, and a foutrh 011 the Swiss fron tier. (United Service 'Special Cable.) The correspondent of the "Daily Mail" in Paris says that disaster, swlCt ami sudden, culminated in the de feat o:f the 'German aerial forces. Four of the Zeppelins were burnt or cap t...

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SPORTING NEWS RIFLE SHOOTING. MINATURE RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

SPORTING NEWS ! ± RIFLU S1I«-:W:IXG. •-JIXIATURE RA'XQE. Alter extending over ;i period of five v.*ceiss, the teams' ccnnpelitvan. has beca eon-cluclcd, and resulted -hi a win for R. Fisher's team, who won four out of five •aia-iche". J. Roach, B. .Hall, and T. Ar thur's teams, wirli three wins, tied for the second prb:e. and will shoot off by Thursday, ihe Isr. Xovom'ber. The winning team consisted of R. Fisher, 11. St in ton, J. Colbcr.t, and A. Mot'.don. For the individual prize, J. Sands, who scored 3-19 points, was iirsr, ii. Bettany o-ll points, second. The leading Indiv.'-dn-al scores are:— J.'Sands, 344: R. .Bsttany. 341; R. Fish er, 334?.; .11. Leech, 334; 1. Gibson, 333-1: -\Y. 'Siuco'Mt, 33:; ,R. Siinton, 330; Ii. Ting-ay, 32S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

QUALIFIED NURSE ■CON'SI'DE'RfS 'DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS A GOOD PURGA TIVE. '•Personally I can speak of Dr. Mor se's Indian Root 'Pills for the relief of Constipation/' writes Nurse Margaret Moore, of 1-12 Curzon street, North Melbourne. "1 consider 'them a good purgative medicine. In my capacity of ladies' nurse extending over ten years in this locality, 1 have recom mended Dr. iMorse's Indian Root Pills where I thought them necessary with my patients. I am a quail lied nurse, and registered, and you have rav con sent to use i-his statement as to the efilcacy of your Pills." (Flood waiters have interrupted the train service between Wangaratu and •Bright. The bridge over the Ovens river is considered unsafe, and near the bridge over 'Roberts Creek sand bags .have been used to support the embankments. The up and down trains wore interrupted yesterday. The 'Whit field line is flooded in several places, but it is expected that it will be clear ed in time for .traffic to-day. MOST ...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

•METEOROLOGICAL OBSEEVA. TIOXS. * The following readings are supplies •by Mr. Max 'Pincus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERM OMETEh.. Highest Highest Lov/est Sun. Shade. Shade. ■Monday _ G1 42 ■BAROMETER. (Monday 29.31 rising. The official forecast for to-day is :— Fine generally.

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THE LATEST. GENERAL SITUATION. OESEL AND MOHN ISLANDS. IN HANDS OF ENEMY. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

THE LATEST. | GENERAL SITUATION. \ ' i ? OESEL AM) .irOIIN ISLANDS. , IX HANDS or EN JDIY. (Reuter.) I iA Russian naval communique, repor ting on the •generail situation in tha Baltic Isles on the 19th inst., says that 'the islands of Oesel and Mohn are de finitely in t'lie enemy's hands. Opera tions on 'Dago (Island were 'hampered by marshes, also (because of the small garrison, which 'merely defended the I coast batteries and naval base on .Mohn iSound. ■Router's correspondent ait Helsing j fors says that the crews of two 'Rus j sian torpedo boats which participated ! in the fight at Oesel Island arrived. They declared 'that the lighting lasted without interruption from the 12t'h to ■the 17th inst. The Germans lost one dreadnought and a cruiser, 'whfch were both sunk. Four torpedo boats j were sunk, and two others were disa'bl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

1 European Agency 'Wholesale indents promptly executed at lowest cash prices for all 'British and Continental Goods, including :— 'Books ai\d stationery, 'Boots, shoes, and leather, Chemicals and druggists' sundries. China, earthenware and glassware, , I Cycles, motor cars and accessories, J | Drapery, millinery and piece goods, j j Fancy goods and perfumery, l-lardware, machinery and metals, Jewellery, plate and watches, Photographic and optical goods, .Provisions and oilmens' stores, 'Etc., Etc., Etc. ■Commissions, 21- to o per cent. Trade discount allowed. jj Special quotations on demand. ! Sample cases from £10 upwards, 1 Consignments of produce sold on account. WILLIAM W1LSOX AM) SONS, (Established 1814). 25, ABOHUiRGH LiAXE, LONDON, E.C. 'Cable Address : "Anuuaire, London." 1 "vSftejgy" gpp:* «erics of delightful dishes for tut hot weathar r-i v> 3 :iSci: r Cun De Preparedf-: EL..f5' k%. N i°i n WI * ^ if you follow the simple recipes on the packs. Summer brings a natural c...

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Russia OPERATIONS ON LAND. FRATERNISATION REFUSED. FLEET LEAVES MOHN SOUND. (Reuter.) A Russian official report received on Sunday afternoon says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

Russia * OPERATIONS ON LAM). FliATERNISATIOX KEFUSEI). FLEET LEAVES 3I0H>' SOUSD. (Reuter.) A Russian official report received on Sunday afternoon savs : — "Our troops disregarded tho enemy's signals to fraternise in tho Lake iXar otcli region, east of Vilna, and oil the Buzeu River, on the Roumanian front. Our fire dispersed the signallers." (Admiralty : iBy Wireless Press.) A German official report says : — "AYe rcachea the east coast of Dago ■Island, and. penetrating to the interior, have so far taken several hundred prisoners. Wc occupied Schildau Is land. "The Russian naval forces loft Mohn iSound, proceeding in a northerly direction, abandoning the Slava, also four vessels which had 'gone aground." A later message says :—"Dago Is land is now in our hands." ? CReuter.) Officials of the Russian Embassy af Washington say tlvat 'Petrograd can not ibe taken iby the Germans this win ter, :if the .Russians make the slightest defence.

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NORTH SEA ENGAGEMENT CONVOY ATTACKED BY RAIDERS. GERMAN SAVAGERY. BITTERLY DENOUNCED. (Pulblished in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

NORTH SEA ENGAGEMENT rr CONVOY ATTACKED BY R!AIDERS. GEIu.M AiX .SA'VAC'IDR'Y. BITTERLY 'DENOUNCED. OPulblished in "The Times.") "The Times" correspondent at Cliris tiaivia states that the newspapers are filled wi'th terrible details of the de struction of the convoy in the North Sea, in which 14 ships, and 250 per sons, including t(wo women, .perished. It appears ifrom reports by British offi cers rescued at (Bergen, from olie de stroyer llary 'Rose, that the latter ■fought single-handed against over whelming odds. The other destroyer was not present. iProbaibly it was de stroyed just, before. The fight lasted one aiul a half "hours, during the whole of wliic'h time the .Mary Rose was subjected to the most terrific con centrated fire. (Renter.) Reuter's correspondent at Stockholm says that two iGer.man cruisers and three torpedo 'boats participated in the destruction of the convoy. The Swed ish and .Norwegian newspapers bitterly j denounce the German savagery.

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French Front GUNS BOOMING ON AISNE. (Reuter.) A French communique says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

French Front * GUNS BOOMING ON AISNE. OReuter.) A French communique says : — "There lias been violent artillery fire cn the Aisne. Our batteries exploded a munition duni'p in the nlglit time." (Admiralty : (By Wireless Press). "There has been most violent artil lery lire ibetween YaxnaiHon and Braye (Aisne se'otor)," says a German communique.

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The British Front BRITIS[?] GUNS FURIOUSLY BUSY. FIRE TERRIBLY EFFECTIVE. SEVEN GERMAN DIVISIONS SMASH. ED. H[?]N GENERAL ANXIOUS. (Reuter.) Reuter's correspondent at the British headquarters telegraphs:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

Tie British mnt i , BlWTISj GUNS FURIOUSLY BUSY. FIRE TERRIBLY EFFECTIVE. SEVEN <!EMIAi\ DIVISIONS SJIASH ED. IIIN GENERAL ANXIOUS. OReuter.) Router's correspondent at tlifi Bri tish heidquarters telegraphs :— "Day and night our gunners arc mercilessly pounding the Germans v iMi terrible effectiveness, of .which there is evidence .from many sources. The artillery battle is forcing the enemy to make constant, reliefs, owing to the demoralisation of the troops. A 'captured army officer's letter bitterly complained of the shelling from his own artillery resulting in a most un favorable effect on the men who had been exposed 'for seven days to con tinuous heavy artillery fire. '"Another letter states tlrat the Brit ish in four 'days smasiied seven divisi ons. "Tho bulk 'and flower of .the Kaiser's army is -being hammered to the limits of human endurance. General von Ardenne iwrites that he is profoundly concerned regarding the demoralisa tion of the German army facing the 'Br...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 23 October 1917

IN .UE.MOJMA.M. GARDEX.—dn fond memory of Lan'ce Cor.pora! X. -D. Garden, of the First Australia;: Division, who died at ■-Malta, on October 23, 1915. In peace a friend, in war a hero, and at all limes a man.

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