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ENTERTAINMENTS THE GREAT McEWEN. TOWN HALL NEXT MONDAY [?] TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
ENTERTAINMENTS Tli'if. GREAT TOWX •!\L'- XKXT M0N&-' TUS3DAY. I ir^eros: :> ooinf M&f'. I r-~'n vis:: cf tho Great }&'* I T,v,v» il;>;- ::ox: .Motidsrf-; I ''!a.v- more n,^n;!.u j •'>?.! has over appAtrei |;s ^ versatile :;;ar he e.ia f •t'Hiionc-."' j:;&lt;; ;>&lt; euy w;:r. naf* | ti£hr-re.i.i::::r. s'iciostioit oriyP-' ; Perhaps ;'io Lurer is the aoKfa' ; be::;,: so humorous. hat ;'be slisr.'KOssT doab: fiat 'f, ■ readmit is the most reniar.^^ Person having; doubt* as :0 ability ;,-) ro:u1 iheir S'jvo this marvellous entert^f-"i porniplry o: coimncinz thm&y •'fonday or Ttiosdny nip— '. premises -to be a nisi for -'or the hyp;;on'e tests. •v;H bo ehar.ired for t&e and scats can be booked & -1 *" '•vrthout extra charge. Mr A. F. T.vine. Xeiv SM-^ Deputy Commissioner Taxation, has been 3PP°m^;V a at Commissioner for Tax for s^vea years, at
HARCOURT FRUITGROWERS PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
harcourt fruits mox™W'®ei„ The monthly 1)( court I-V.;;;yrg';vr', "C'*:r'g 0; rion was holfJ :;'\p*02r5$/^ Saturdav AX, caife S'v-p ("•_, "c:vej s„ . »■»»'? ;i1en;;»^d in ft)Q C :r ) ,en^::|eor the m'J* *9^ '"id ne was nov- 5 ,fne cros^? at been P«t in too hbi *? £*• compelled to fill £***& wJ-!-e HfCOart '^aob8^:: • ask-ng the - ,n *e-^S -he r° st°P lile extra out Of the ra^e ■>.>* the A'X.a. g:0;;d novr Ju«i starting -n J.** **%; °n the main roaahw19 %' grounds.—Cr. Pri^' °'u 0f:^: -Soc:acion,ssis:; t-'iis attended to T;V A-;:> °nly place. The W,£S ** * } the channel was aS" !roatI and crossing. | the ■attention of w,a* «•: men. aM "a,e Ue crossino- repa: S6 * ^ W 3^ A notification from rt, , niissioners «-as received' ^ lLo nieLer m the ""•■-• reso»-e was ou!r:5r-! trusty iuv5 ^ ed.-A,,ter Some discuss:^ chard moved that the t,--'-' ; seconded by M, Lan, Quotations tor dump snooks were receive^.' ■V-essrs. Cherry and Sons;;::' . '. seyeral mills a!so sl^ns7dforsh...
SUBMARINE MENACE SHEPPING RETURNS ISSUED BY ADMIRALTY. INTERESTING FIGURES. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
SUBMARINE MENACE 'A SHEPPI.YG RETFR.X3 ISSUED IBY ADMIRALTY. j INTERESTING FIGURES. (Reuter.) I Issued by rht> Admiralty on V* ecmc? ! day, the return or' the movements o; shipping in 'British ports, and the los ses in connection with the suomarine campaign, for the week ended Octooe" 20th. is as follow : — Arrivals, 2t?4S: departures. 2d$9: vessels sunk over 1600 cons. IT: ves sels sunk under .1600 tons. S; unsuc cessfully attacked. 7. dn the week ended October 13th. 12 vessels of more 'than lt500 tons, and six of less than 1«500 tons were suv>k. while five 'vere unsuccessfully attack ed. The complete record since the first weekly return was issued is as follows :—'Vessels sunk, over ItfOO tons. 62-7; under 1600 tons. 225; unsuc cessfully attacked, 522; total attacked, 1575. ■French shipping returns show thai 0S0 vessels arrived and '10S2 sailed during last week. Only one vessel below 1600 tons 'was sunk. Xo ves sel aiboVe that tonnage was sunk. Four vessels were unsuccessful...
POLITICAL LABOR COUNCIL CASTLEMAINE BRANCH. PRIME MINISTER'S STATEMENT CHALLENGED. PATRIOTIC FUNDS. "MEDDLESOME BUSYBODIES IN CONTROL." [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
POLITICAL LABOR COUNCIL f CA ST'LE'.VIA'I'XE BRANCH. PRIME MINISTER'S STATEMENT CHALLENGED. PATRIOTIC FUXDS. "MEDDLESOME .BUSYBODIES IX COXTROL." T"e S.mdS SS. .Mr Warren pre-sid^ over a good attendance 01 member*. Correspondence was lecenec. .. .Afre E J. iBremner. secretary I abor Women's 'Relief Committee, acknowledging relief « q«qi=t.in"- the 'women and child, ea 1 destitute circumstances througa ue lock-outs and Strike. ; iFrom J. Swebless, secretary Socval isr Partv acknowledging -- 10 wards th4 Miss -Pankhursr and otners defence fund, and notn>mg aie invar it .was first money received. | .Prom the Prime Minister, re the | withdrawal of the A.1-1-. ~ | line in France.—Resolved that ^ itcr be handed to the press ;or puo^ca I tion. I Re the reply from the Prime Minis ter to questions re withdrawal o. troops from the firing line in France. , the following resolution was can .ed. i and the secretary was requested tc -tor j ward it 10 the Prime Minister I Inferentially because ...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
HAILWXY TIME• TA'IJLES. r . t •Castlemainc to ,Mel-bourne :—Depart G.3S a.m. Mon., Tues. only; 7.23 a.m. daily; 12.25 p.m. iMon. only; 12.51! p.m. daily; -4.11 p.m. daily; 7.4S p.m. daily. .Melbourne lo Casilemaine :—Arrive !).30 a.m. Mon. only; 10.20 a.m. daily; 3.52 p.m. daily; 7.31 p.m. daily (ex.); 7.57 p.m.'Mon. and'Sat. only; 9..1G p.m., 3a;y. exept.; 10.G p.m.,-Satys. 'Cas'J.c.naine to 'Bendigo '.—Departs 'J.37 a.n,. Mon. only: 10.32 a.m. daily; 3.51) p.m. daily; 7.3S p.m. daily; 9.21 p.m. (Salyy. excepted); .10.11 p.m. Satys. ■Bendigo to Casilemaine :—Arrives 7.15 a.m. duly; 12.22 p.m. Mon. only; 12.50 p.m. daily; 4.5 p.m. daily; 7.40 p.m. daily. Casilemaine to 'Maryborough :—De parts 10.3S a.m. daily; 4.17 p.m. daily; 7.55 p.m. Mon. and Satys. excepted; £.10 p.m. Mon. -and 'Sat. only. Maryborough 'to 'Castlemainc :—Ar rives 7.5 a.m. daily; 12.30 p.m. daily; 7.20 p.m. Mon. only; 7.21 p.m. Mon. excepted. ■Casilemaine to 'Maldon :—'Departs 10.50 a.m. daily: S.-10 p.m. iMon. an...
WAR-TIME PROFITS TAX OFFICIAL INFORMATION. PROFITS UNDER £1000 PER YEAR EXEMPT. HAND BOOK BEING PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
WAR-TIME PROFITS TAX ——± OFF. I C1AI, I X FO R.MAT I OX. PROFITS UNDER £1000 PER YEAR ■EXEMPT. IFAX® BO OK iBEIXG- PREPARED. The Federal Commissioner of Tax ation ('.Mr R. Ewing) stated yesterday ■that the notification calling for re turns for the purposes of the War Time /Profits Tax is 'being held over pending the completion of a handbook which he is preparing in regard to the j Act. It is expected that tMs book will be available 'for sale to the public r.c-xt week. ■It may be stated that returns will not 'be required from t'he proprietors o.f any 'business the profits of 'which do not exceed £1000. This rule will apply as follows : — 'Where the business balances on 'the 30th June, and the Income Tax assess ment. of that, business has been ibased on t'he periiod 1st July. ,1915, to 30th June. litlG, the profits referred 'to >will ■be the taxable income as shown in rlie notice of assessment If or (be fore distribution to partners or share holders). 'Where the business balances o...
CHAPTER XVII. A Note of Alarm. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
"HAFTER A Note of Alar." . ^5":5 ^haateris was serri - oreaaias: rah-e a? i: lie ~i -'•' in the wo;\d :o occupy::;' UOj'OQd his amusement? '-■ yotuo. He did r.o: ]■:■■& '■-[ A ma a >\;a i5 an to >:• I dangerous ia:rigue. and : ^uou'aers hamines? •■'■ :!.■ nodded Caaries as the latter caEr -• "Where have you cose head of the household i hew long havs you haz don i meat: to say you n--''- j trom town this mominca" "Xoc a: Pick s~H hi to last aiga:. ] jc: hue-:-;, by means c' the? leads eve::-= room jus: as i used to tiays wltct\ there were "•"d I didn't v.'air. you co anxious r a : a a the fun. o- mc:. 1 v.-;-.? a: A'jbtfy Cc;.; tnidaiaa;." A slight frown came Cnaries' genial face. Ke be anxious; and uneasy. see that, he and Dick Trere -c-: th-a room. ,j "I aiu no;, a suspicious ^ said, -but I am sure tiere fhiu£ very wrong in tbst ^ Ralph hard!}" ever conies tact, I haven": seen him there is Enid wanderiDg 3-*V house like a troubled sPin.:',f-f queer ctirl, and when fin...
CHAPTER XVI. A Warm Reception. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
CHAPTER XVI. I A Warn'1 Reception. The intruder had no lime to look about him: he had hardly set foot on the solid oak lloor before a figure loom up before him and a strong, sinewy hand gripped him by the throat. Ut terly taken by surprise, Clarkson reel ed back and fell heavily upon a pile of some soft' carpet material with which the floor was more or less co vered. He felt now as if he were fighting for his life; he struggled to get that tight grip from his throat. Already the blood was beginning to rush to his head, and his heart com menced to beat like a hammer. It was time, for a desperate effort, and he made it. His knee came up sudden ly, there was a grunt from his antago nist, and the iron grip relaxed. Clark son rolled over and over till he came under a window where the light of the moon streamed in. Then, as his an tagonist followed him, he saw his face for the first time. "For Heaven's sake, don't throttle j me, Mr. Charteris," he gasped. "You I very nearly did for me tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
THE Louden Oireetwy (.P11b!ished Anmiai!y) Enables traders throughout the 'World to communicate direct with English .MA >.' IJ P V C T U R E R S and DEALERS in each class of goods. Besides 'being a complete commercial guide to Lon don and its suburbs, the directory con tains lists of ex:port '.merchants with the goods they ship, anil the Col onial and Foreign '.Markc-ts rhey stipplv, ■STEAMSHIP lines Arranged under the Ports to 'which they sail, and indicating the approxi mate sailings; PROVINCIAL TRADE tNOTT-CES of leading Manufacturers, ..Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial towns and industrial centres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition will be fonwarded, freight .paid, on receipt of Postal Order ifor 20/. ^Dealers seeking agencies can adver tise their trade cards for £1, or larger advertisements from .£3. TILE LOO OX DIRECTORY Co.. Ltd., 25, A'bcliurcli Lane, London, E.C.
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ? GUILDFORD. 'Some consternation '\vas -caused in St. .Mark's 'Church of 'England on Sun day morning, when the 'Rev. Mr (Nich olas, of N'ewstead, was seen to collapse in a fainting condition, whilst reading a lesson. Mr Blinkhorn and others went to his assistance, and carried him outside the church, where, .with 'the use of restoratives, he recovered consciousness. IMr 'Nicholas, 'who stated he had felt in good health prior to the service, had cycled from !New stead. As he had to conduct a mem orial service at Yandoit, Wr AV. Kirk patrick drove him to .that township, and thence home to Newstead. On the banks of the railway line, near the 'Castlemaine road, are many orange-tinted flowers, 'which are a mass of beauty when they open in the clay time. These flowers are said to be the Chinese primrose, and although they are burnt off every summer, they have exis-ted for years at this spot. There is finite a 'plethora of church anniversary services in this district...
THE MAN AND THE RING JOHN PENTON BEFORE THE COURT TWO CHARGES OF LARCENY. THREE MONTHS ON EACH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
THE MAN AND THE RING ? JOHiX PEXTOi-Y BEFORE THE COURT TWO .CHARGES OF LARCENY. j THREE -MO.VTIHS OX EACH. ■ i l John Penton is 40 years of age,, and ■a stranger to the 'town, but made his i presence 'felt on the lSili 'inst. 'He was ^before .Mr 'Bartoid, iP.M., at. the Police Court yesterday 'morning, 011 two charges of larceny. ;Ho had been | in the fBendigo gaol for a >week. .yet, to I use his own words to the 'P.M. "I have the shakes." His appearance bore out i .his words, as 'he could not stand | straight, but had to -lean against slie witness :box owing to ricketty nerves brought about.'by vi spell of hard drink ing. IHe said he had -been working on the Transcontinental railway line, and | wiith many others had to leave when the strike occurred. :He had worked for the council in iMildura for a t.ime, then went to the Mallee, but it was too wet for shearing, so he had worked his way south "for the harvest. "I have been drinking very heavily, and please be good eifough 'to le...
NEWSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
'XEWSTEAD. Shearing operations will 'be in 'full swing- :k the Glengower station this week. The requisite number of 'hands arrived here by train 'from the Swan Hill district on Friday. .Mr A. dark, ■who for many years, has obtained ex cellent results and top prices for wool in pas: seasons, anticipates a rccord turn-over on this occason, as the sheep have been favored with. good weather conditions. Flower Day will be celebrated here 'by a monster procession, in .which 'the pupils and tcac'hers of the 'State school will be prominent. Prepara tions are now being made to make the display as attractive as possible. The members cf the'Muckleford iBrass -.Band will be asked to head the procession, as 'they did on a former occasion. In the evening a sale of gifts will take place 'in the Mechanics' -Mall, where there will also bo members of the local ■Red Cross Society, who have signified their intention of .giving their assist ance. Anniversary services 'were conduct ed iin the .Presbyteri...
WOUNDED IN ACTION. CORPORAL WILFRED C. ELLIS, M.M. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
AVOU'XDED iTX ACTION. CORiPORAL WILFR-ED :C. ELLIS, M,M. 'Mr C. Ellis, of 'Rowe street, was offi cially notified yesterday that. his oldest sou, 'Corporal Wilfred 'C. Ellis, of the 23rd .Battalion, .who was recently awar ded the 'Military Medal for conspicuous pra.Ha ■lu-ry, has been wounded, bur no indication of the nature of the wound is given. 'lie sailed for the front 12 months ago, and has been in France since '4th 'February last. Prior to en listing-, he was 'in the employ of 'Messrs ■Best, 'Newell and Lawson. Everyone 'Will :h'ope ;the wound is not serious.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 26 October 1917
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