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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

HOW .IS YOUH BOILER? It has been stated that a man's stom ach is 3iis boiler, his 'body is his engine and his mouth 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 stomach Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. They strengthen and invigorate tlio 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.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

STRENGTH AND SAFETY. Those are the two things "nervy" people wan*. You will !i::j them com plied- in BSA'X'3 TO-X-i'G XER.VE XUTS—-■ the remedy which gives von strong nerves by safe means. No 'in jurious naroi'ics, 110 insidious stimu lants, but a combination of nerve food and medicines approved by medical scientists. A bottle containing tin days' treatment costs 3/, cr six bol:lcs 17/3. iir not obtainable -I'rrni your chemist or store, send direct to G. Y.\ iI-IEA'X", Manufacturing Chemist, 17S ■Castlereagh street, Sydney. iN 3-16 low-spirited—irritable—not quite yourself—disinclined to exertion —worried unduly over small mat ters and feeling generally "down in the dumps"? If so, it is well to remember that symptoms like these are quite frequently due solely to a deranged condition ol the organs of digestion. When the stomach is out of order; when the liver and the kidnevs are sluggish; when the waste products of tho body are not properly eliminated—evil results are bound to follow...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

■EL'TII IXS'TONE. 'Shearing hereabout will soon be in full swing, and the c'ip promises to "be the best for several years as regards quantity, but no doubt there wili be a lot of dingy wool on account of the abnormally wet year. The lanrbing till is season has been heavy, and both sheep and lambs are in splendid con dition, and the price of wool is still ar. the record, therefore sheep-raisers have nothing to complain about. Coli ban 'Park starts (weather permitting) or. the 25th inst., and Brea'dalbane, Eilan Donaa, and Stratford 'Lodge will follow shortly after, while the others will be later. This season has been a 'bad one for 'j!ic shearers, there being so much broken time through the wet weather. The "rousie" has the best of the deal, as his pay goes on, hoc or dry, wet or cold.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

(Published Annually) Enables traders throughout the World, to communicate direct with English .MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS in each class of goods. Besides ibein'g a complete commercial guide to Lon don and its suburbs, the directory con tains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS with the goods they ship, and the Col onial and Foreign 'Markets they supply, •STEAMSHIP LINES Arranged under the Ports to "which they sail, and indicating the approxi mate sailings; P.ROiVHNOI AL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, (Merchants, etc., iu the principal provincial towns and industrial centres of the 'United 'Kingdom. A copy of the current edition will .be fonwarded, freight ipaid, on receipt of Postal Order (for 20/. iDealers seeking agencies can adver tise their trade cards lor £1, or larger advertisements from £3. THE LONDON DI-lliEGTOKY Co., Ltd., 25, Abchurch Lane, Loudon, E.C.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT A BLESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

WHAT A BiLESSIXG. f "What a blessing it is. Sought after bv thousands. People are finding at out. '.Many a miserable man is happy now. Nights of unrest, days of trouble. Any irritating skin disease means this. Piles mean tit. Eczema, just as 'bad, and just as hard to cure. But Doan's 'Ointment does .it. ' 'Relieves at once and cures if you use it long enough. A specific for any irritation of the skin. A blessing for a suffering public. Here's proof of it. Mr J. Hay ward, carpenter, 'Berkeley street, 'Castlemaine, says : — '•'.Members- of/ my family wire troubled with a form of dry eczema. The skin was red and scaly, and very.sore and itchy, but although we used a great many remedies, .noth ing succeeded in curing the ailment. ■We were advised to try Doan's Oint ment, and got a pot. We noticed a vast improvement after a few applica tion, and continued the treatment. Very soon the ailment was cured, the roughness, inflammation, and irrita tion having completely gone. It is si:: 'month...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE TEN O'CLOCK CLOSING OF SHOPS ON FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

CORRESPONDENCE * TEN O'CLOCK CLOSING OP SHOPS ON FRIDAY NliGiHT. :Sir,—As one who is interested in tli welfare- of the town, I iwould respect fully ask the chairman 'or secretary of :hc Traders' Association for particu lars of the :iate pldbescite on the above question. I have personally spoken to many of the shopkeepers on the subject, and have not yet met one ;who will admit being in favor of >10 o'clock closing. One and all have expressed themselves in favor of 9 o'clock all the year round. When asked who are the supporters of the'later 'hour, they re-' •plied "Blame the grocers." When the grocer is tackled, he replies, the stron gest exponents of 10 o'clock are the •wives of'Foundry and IWoollen Mill em ployes. Now Sir, I simply can't be lieve that statement is true. If it is, then I'm surprised that it should he so, as the employes of both the Foundry and Woollen Mill haven't an argument in their favor. They enjoy early closing themselves, and should not deny it to their bro...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
French Fro[?] ALL OBJECTIVES CAP[?] ARTILLERY AC[?] (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

French Fro! ALL OBJECTIVES fijfc r AHTILI.IIRY ■ ! A French conuni;::i'U;:nf ! "We attacked ! Belgium on rhe left i army on a iron-. 0:1 ! captured all our c':-j ably progressed ucrj;" took prisoners. "Our scou: :;ne::r:.; line a: various :oi: Quentia. roar Menn;.;:" Pna:i:coa. and in :i>-r; i no ar'uiory cii. iivelv 0:1 "-'ae entire A;ni

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S GREEK. | _ l 'Owners of tattle will do well to take lieed of the decision of the New-stead and iMt. Alexander Shire Council to in itiate prosecutions against owners ,\vhosa caws are found wandering on the roads at night. The summoning officer has given warning of his inten tion to carry out the instructions given ■him. Although a'dverse replies have been received from iboth the iron smelting ■ -works in New South Wales, by the 'En dill llron Ore Syndicate, chiefly owing •to the distance being so great, and too much expense incurred in .transit, etc., the shareholders 'have not lost hope of turning it into a profita>ble investment. When the chairman of the Country iRoa-ds Board Dlr Gilder) gave his lecture 011 road-malting in -CasUemainc recently, he mentioned 'that one of the •finest 'bed-making materials was quartz that was intermingled with iron, as it was resistant to heavy traffic, and as the local iron-stone could be put on 'the roads a:vd ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATEST FURTHER BRITISH SU[?] ENEMY'S CASUALTIE[?] (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

1 ; ^ ii • j (Reu-er.} i . s Field Marsha! $■- 3,..-1 ; ports that hizhv s-a»c&«<'l . t orations Taave oeea '•British forces or. i the neighbor'aso* in the region 0- "1= H--K: ^Battalions ol Xsr&v ;-ft '' and Berks rer.tnea-s vlr ,".vara of tPoe!eape> *. -W: fhaH mile front a-.-l _ i ber of strongly-far^ n.|r , i of the village. A::?: .1 ,:ia -which mant Gtr?v-.gf. ^pressed south-eav ! carried several '; are now -firmiy estab;S:;f ? igiou. Strang counter v|, \ been cheahed. 'We ; t|; ■ I The enemy7; casuihtes | Fine weather on ,s the visibiiitv for eitettiw:!^ \ ators. -Much tmiliery I carried out. Four tot5.>!:K. I dropped in the reitoati^fe ! tRcmlers, and on a t: it.jfe •! near Douai. Tar« '.-.sip; • I dropped at i£ga: :i-t ::fe ■-! Lichterveide station. "c^.lfey • led. Thirteen aostt;? ttr„fe brought do.\tu atta i;: -pi : | dawn. Bight of c-ur rife . 1 missing. e| ,j __ »

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEPHONE CHARGES. REVISED SCALE. DISTRICT CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

IELEPHOXE CHAltGES. BE VMS ED SCALE. DISTB'ICT CENT-RES. for telephone calls of centres within 50 miles of Castlemaine came into op eration. Tlie details are :— Between S Between 7 a.m. and ip.m. and 7 -p.m. 8 a.m. Barker's Creek 2d. 2d. Bendigo 6d. 4d. Baring-hup 4d. 4d. Fryerstowu 2d. 2d. Guildford 2d. 2d. Kyneton <5d. 4d. Harcourt 2d. 2d. Malms'bury 4d. 4d. Melbourne 1/4 8d, ?daldon 4d. 4d. Maryborough 8d. 4d. Xewstead 4d. 4d. Sutton Grange 4d. 4d. Tar a dale 4d. 4d. Vanshau 2d. 2d. Yapeen \2d. 2d.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEXICO AND GERM[?] NEWSPAPERS DEMAND (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

XEYTSPAiFER5 (Reuter.) .Mexican ne^fpap^ ,r a declaration 0l Sucli of i^s c*u''_ -virK ; so headed h3S Time?." and » l? * it special -per wis*u • ^ understood t5^ eS»fl3^ those of "The T^s . stated to s0, - '

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Russia HUNS IN ESTHON TROOPS EFFECT LANDON[?] BOMBARDMENT. BRITISH SUBMARINE [?] OPERATIONS IN G[?] (Admiraly: By Wireless) A Russian Official message with the naval battle [?] [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

Russia \ t* —'fr 7ir.\< i>" ^ | — I : TKOOI'S EFFECT LA^ f mi.VBAKD." ■ BlUTIMl SI'MAKD'l '-j 'H'EIUTION* 1>* j "Ti:e Gemu::?. I "'On:, by I U erder Pe?.in$u;a. n I coast, oprw;■ .J yt( j day. Thoy prosit ; <-\"i posri, f Parr c: :I:o per.fns: i "A I'r::'#;; 5;;b.~l;s Kica lainu'-iej rxci Dre.-Jno:: 'u-f5 :ae rosu::. -;::aokea :r.;::iPor;i. A Gorrii;;:: o:nc:a; ' "^'0 :00k liO'.i ?: isl.i::;?. whid; ::ot (Published by "Ifc "Tho Time?" corres?^ :'--\-raJ .i.jys ;aa: the peiao -:voi tae Gcr.TJ-i ^•ise- for a;: at:ack era H3?»J faiuh-K-csf 0; Reran.'" ra; i.vay runs :o Hera, sao!t! roads 10 Hei'al ff acre;?:ble to the eneraj"' cupation oi Moaa iIs'-W'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EGYPT FOR TURKEY. GERMANY GIVES PROMISE. (United Service Special Cable.) Count von Reventlow, the German naval expert, writing in the "Deutsche Tageszeitung," says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

I ~~ EGYPT FOU TURKEY. ■ + GER.MA-VV gives promise. (United Service Special Cable.) Count von Rcveiulow, the German pavn! expert, writing in the "'Deutsche T.igeszoituiiu'. ?ays — ••The Kaiser v-s'ted Constantinople •0 guarantee complete Turkish integ r;tv. Including tf.-yu:. 'which Germany alivnys promised :o Turkey."

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

THREE SPECIAL LIXES FOE THIS WEEK. NO. 1.—Cobton ipoplins, 'beautiful mercerised finish, colors, cream, lchaki, j brown, navy, and mole, 1/65, 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, 10i<d, 1/2. Light . 'grounds, fancy effects, 9id, 1/. . NO. 3.—Double width ginghams, just the material for school wear, in check eil'ccts, navy, pink, and black, grounds, with white checks, at 1/1L 1/45. DRESS SPECIALISTS. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. INSURANCE, MACHINERY & GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK, FAR'M AND TOWN PRO PERTY SALESMAN. •HOTEL AND SHAREBROKSH. •FARMS, ORCHARDS, BOUSES, FOR SALE AND TO LET. RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. CLEARING SALES AND FURNIYJlvS A SPECIALTY. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALES OF-— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Produce. AGENT FOR— The Royal '-Insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 24 October 1917

BUNTED, TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. t-ita_.\tED.—Dressmaker, for a few weeks. Apply, first instance, r)[i<rg.ui's Garage, UUXTED.—A laundress. Apply, Ceifee Palace. I £st,—:Parrot, -good talker; reward. Mrs W. F. Taylor, Forest street. I 03X.—Mule -fox terrier pup, black •k an.i white, Ion.? rail. Apply, R. Rc'llv, Campbell's Creek. paRCH ami SLfXG0, ■Hunter srree'., have a good stock of new and .-ji. timber; a!so s. 'hand gal. iron, jideing. spouting, bath, doors, and win ao'ivs. V.C., etc. ]70R SALE.—Two black .field spaniel - spaniel puppies; well bred R. pmler, Barker street. "I VAX TED TO SELL.—About 35 -tons of hay; also two draught mares, you!)?, suitable any farm work. Apply. A Waiters. Woodbrook. fro LET.—"Xelson Villa," low ren •a). Apply, .Mrs Phiipots, Tem p'eton street. l^orSE TO LET, situated Wheeler street. A]>ply, iMeCreery and Hopkins. Market Square. jpiAXOS V\ AXTED.—Wanted to buy several second-hand pianos, suitable for college or kindergarten use; wo...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE ELECTIONS LABOR POLICY. 'MR ELMSLIE AT SOUTH MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Midnght. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

STATE ELECTIONS LABOR (POLICY. 'MR 'ELMSLIE AT SOUTH MEL BOURNE. I MELBOURNE, Midnglu. At'South'.Melbourne this evening, JMr G. A. Elms Vie. the Leader of the 'State Labor Party, delivered his policy speech in connection with the comin-g elections. iHe expressed regret that peace had; not: been attained, and said that the j ■Commonwealth 'Government was leav-j ing to the States financial obligations to the returned soldiers that it should j itself assume. The iPeacock Govern ment, 'he continued, had had a large majority, but was going to the electors with another long list of pledges un fulfilled, and promises (broken. The ; Liberal 'Party had given an exhibition of intrigue and office-hunting rarely equalled. It was unfair that country electors should have two and a half times the voting power of those in the metropolis. .Nothing had been done to cope with combines and monopolies, while the foo'd exploiter still flourish pel ©ealing with the financial position, he criticised the Go...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL. SERGEANT ALBERT MILLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

DISTINGUISHED -COX-DUCT MEDAL. | SERGEANT ALBERT MILLAR. I :Xo. 4162, Sergeant Albert Millar, of I the 22nd'Bauabon, has been awarded j the Distinguished Conduct Medal fori conspicuous gallantry and devotion to j duty 'during an attack at .Bullecourt on j 3rd'May. ,He took command of seve-1 ral 'groups whose officers had been put j out of action, and made a series of j most valuable bomb attacks, during! which he was severely wounded. .He | is 2,1 years of age. and the youngest son of .Mrs .S. 'Millar, of "Kia Ora," Forest street, Castlemaine, 'and for merly of Ararat. iHe enlisted in Mel 'bourne, where he was employed at the j Leviathan Clothing Establishment, and ! sailed with the lOtli .reinforcements in j March, rt916. j

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOUNDED IN ACTION. PRIVATE H. C. DICKENSON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

WOU'XDBD iIX ACTION. (FRII'VATE H. C. 'DICKEXSO.Y. 'I-Iis father, 'Mr \V. J. Dickenson, of | Thomas street, was yesterday in re- j ceipt of an official notification to the! effect that his third son, Private M -C. i Dickenson, of the 57th iBattalion, had j ibeen wounded in a'ction in Flanders, j but the nature of the wound is not stated. ;He is 20 years of age. enlisted about 20 months ago, and has been in France since early in 'December last. Prior to enlisting he was employed ar Thompson's Foundry. Everyone will hope that the -wound 4s but slight. iHis eldest brother died when in camp in 'England in March last, and another I brother has ibeen 'on service in France j for over IS months. A splendid recordj of service for one :familv. |

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATE GEORGE HODSON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS M KILLED IX ACTION. 'PRIVATE G'EOTtiGE HOD SON. Still another Castlemaine soldier lias to be addetf to the long list of those killed in action. Yesterday evening: his parents were officially notified that Private George IHodson had been kil led in action in Flanders on tlu> 4tli inst. The deceased, who was die eld est son of 'Mr and 'Mrs T. 'Hodson, of 'Wheeler street, would have been 21 years oif age a few days after the day of his death. He was a fine, splendid ly (built young man, a typical Austra lian soldier, and was much respected by all, and the news of his death will be learned with very sincere regret. He enlisted about IS months ago, prior to which he was employed at Thomp son's Foundry, where he was an engi neering apprentice. He had seen a considerable amount of fighting, and took part in most of the big battles in France 'in which the Australians were engaged. Much sympathy iwill be felt for the .bereaved parents in their great loss.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROLL CALL 345th CASUALTY LIST. 1284 NAMES. 441 DEATHS; 788 WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

THE ROLL CALL —:— 345th CASUALTY LIST. 12S4 NAMES. 441 DEATHS; 7SS WOUNDED. The 345th casualty list, containing 1284 names, .was issued 'last night by the Defence Department, the details being •— 415 billed in action, 23 died of wounds, 3 died from other causes, 7SS wounded, '2 missing, 41 sick, 11 .injur ed, 1 prisoner of war. 'Casilemaine dis'tr.ic.t names in the list are :—.Private Hubert L. Howiett, Tlaradale, killed in action; Private' George William 'Ireland, Castlemaine, • wounded; ISapper .. (Albert iStephen . Ohapman, Campbell's (Creek, danger- ' ously wounded.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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