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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

SILKS Magres s&,aa.c8L HAVE JUST LANDED, DIHECT FHOM JAPAN, JAPANESE AN I) FUJI SILKS, A fine .range of black. natural, and colors, in 23 and 27 inches, pure Japanese silk, a very special Hire to go at l/7» per yard. Another plum lino in Fuji siik, 10 go at 2/11 per yard. BETTER QUALITIES OF JAPANESE AlX'D FUJiI 'SI UK'S AT OLD PRICES. '83 and Harris' . 'BIIOXE 10G. THE 'NOTED SILK HOUSE. WAR Tf^ /f& Ti 11?'®' ^ n re kree od. war Stamps lith Iwerv 1 is. Sash Purchase ITs 6d War Stamps Buiys £! War Certificate | Aiul get your money back hi tl» roe yrars -,vltii li per cent. Compound lisitm-st". The Ideal Sainy 0337 Investment Easy to Buy, Easy to Borrow On, Easy to Cash. Stamps Obtainable Mere How,, HAYES aid HARRIS THE HOUSE FOii QUALITY AM! ,SOLID VALUE, Fiw.e lOtf. The Safest Investment! In the World j Thousands-of people have saved money swvee then* investment 111 the N Alt LOAN'S. We are now offered another similar opportunity" of investment where the money is ab...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

I USE .. . BECAUSE H KOTOW "It g'oes further than any other "It is ALWAYS reliable "It g'ives the best results "It makes the linen easy to iron "It is easy to mix "It maK©s the linen last long'er "It .is MADE IN AUSTRALIA "IT IS PUKE 2&I€E STAKCM" RjCE STARCH IS THE ONLY KIND THAT WILL GIVE SATISFACTION IN THE LAUNDRY G WHIT & \J Lkn ii v\ .... .< rra r— Is r. llfcilo corrective medicine from tin; lob 01 the majority of mankind. I"or tun: besinnins, serious and if taken in time Anions them are derangements of the c!i there is anything wron^ -with the r,teniae dose o'Seocliam's Pills. In all probr.bilii first dcco of this excellent prriiivaac-j inuuee p. sennc of freshness—of cnrr;:y—c "trorXias of the organs of digest Iou. ± biliousness, iieadacho or ccastjpsAioa 'ii ; ; T\ ]'T 4, vii.' a vi :■ time. Bodi'y ailments nxo tiie coibmo:i y, most cf r-hese ailments are not, in Ui3 £.1 a easily amenable to simple treatment, v'j '-iro system.. Aa soon as you feel...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

Tr*iii« Rr^>sf*rcd A delicately perfum ed hair dressing whicii sllauihites the roots of the hair and prevents -dandruff. Sold i;i gk:sd bottles and tin tubes at all chemists end general stores* Refuse sub stitutes. Chesc-brough Manufacturing Co. (Consolidated) 17 Siat: Street, New York, U. S. A. London Montreal .Moscow

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Castlemaine Mail. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

Cast iam:hn> iltaiL SATUR'DA'Y, 0CT-C1RER 27, 1!KL7. ITEMS DF NEWS -4 Two important events in the politi cal world take place to-day, viz., the Grampians election, and the Premier's policy speech at Oeswick. 'It will probably be some days before the final result in -riio Grnnvmans contest be announced. Y.he candidates are ■Messrs. Jo\ve;t ionalist) an.1 Kus soll (Labor), The Premier speaks iii ! the :Cres\vick Town 'Mall this evening,! and several Ministers will be on the platform wdth him, including 'Mr 'Law sou, .Llio scarcity O'f coal has cruised a partial cessation of 'work at the new 'Hjg'li School. iCon'I is necessary at -the brick-making plants, and as it is not availalble, the plants are idle, and no bricks are being made. A number of j men -who have 'been employed on the i new High School have been idled ,:n j consequence, and it is expected it will ! ibe several -weeks .before a supolv of bricks comes to hand. In file meantime carpentering work is being carried on.' The...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHRISTMAS MAILS. EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. Christmas mails for the Expeditionary Forces will close at the Castlemaine Post Office as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

CUEIST:.!AS 3U1LS. L Y EX'PEDI DIOIXiAiR Y -FORCES. lOli'ristmas m'ails .for the Expedixion ;ary Forces will close at the <Castle anaiine iPost Oflicc as follow :— ■United Kingdom, 7.5 p.m., on <29th inst. Egypt <:—Parcels, packets and newspapers, 6 p.m., 27th inst.; registered articles, $ pan., on i27i.li inst'.; letters, <>.30 a.m., 20th inst.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

*1 DEATH. OS ACTIVE SERVICE. H0D30X.—0<! the 4th Oct., officially reported kil'od in action, Private Joseph George Hodson (George), dearlv beloved eldest son of Thomas and Eliznbcih Jlodson. Wheeler St., j Castlennine, loved brother of May, Mrs \V. Sutherland, East. Brunswick, and Arthur; dearly loved fiancee of Jessie Harris. Aged 21 years. He died as he lived—nobly. Dear George, our hero boy. TX '.MEi.MOfflAM. BUBR (nee. MORECROFT).—.In fond remem.brauce of our dear Aggie, who passed away on 27ih October, 1915. (For ever with Mie Lord. —'Inserted by her loving mother, sis ters, and 'C.,] 11'.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

•MADDON. I Mrs Emily 'Barber, an old resident o'f , Maldon, who has been residing in ihe metropolis recently, passed away on Wednesday at the age of liS years. Tlie remains were ibro-uglit to Maldon 'for interment on Thursday. A large grown up family is left.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

| DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ! 4 HAIRlCOURT. The ladies' '.Patriotic .Committee arc holding an American evening next Sat urday in the A,.\'.A. Hall. 'Each patron is expected to bring a gift, and to 'buy a gift. .There -will l)c refreshmeivt, sweets, hoop-la, and lee cream stalls, .and the Harcourt Brass Baud will give some selections. 'There is to be a public meeting in the AjX.A. Hull on .Saturday night to elect a committee, and fix the date for the Harcourt Hoipiln! 'Sunday. The Harcourt. tBrass IBunil have ag ain started practice, after a spell of several mouths. The committee are ■inviting all the young men to conic- al ong and lie lip.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

CvIETEOROLOG'ICAL OESERVA TIQMS. uj The following readings are supplieu! by '.Mr. Max 'Pincus, of Market Square.! The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest ■Sun. Shade. Shade. Friday SS 73 ' -16 BAROMETER. Friday 29.02 falling. The ofRcial forecast for to-day is :— Dull generally.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RED CROSS SOCIETY. HARCOURT AND BARKER'S CREEK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 27 October 1917

! — RED CROSS SOCIETY. kl T 'HAIRICOUiRT A'X'D IBAiRKER'S CREEK B'RAiX'CiH. (Goods sent away. from Barker's Creek to tlie Lady Mayoress :—9 flan nel shirts, -I pairs socks, 3 tins cocoa, 2 lins milk, 1 cake soap, 1 packet ad hesive planter, 1 packet arrcvvroot, 1 tin boracic, 'books. To the Red Cross —Old linen. 'To Y'.M.-C.A., St. -Kilda Road, (Melbourne—50 dozen' eggs. Goods sent away from I-Iarcourt :— To Lady Mayoress—13 flannel shirts, 11 'pairs socks, 7 packets cornina,' 5 tins boracic, 2 packets cigarettes, 1 bone meal, S tins cocoa, 1 tin coffee, G tins milk, '5 tins tobacco.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATEST. [?]THER PROGRESS MADE. [?]PITE STRONG OPPOSITION. VALUABLE POSITIONS WON. GOOD WORK BY AEROPLANES. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

THE LATEST. ■ YIIER PROGRESS 3IADE. j MI-JSL'ITE STKOXCJ OITOSITIOX. | valuable positions 1v0s. hiioi) work jjy ai:koi'la:>i:s. i (Re uter.) Feld Marshal 'Sir Douglas <Haig re- j ports :—The lino day 0:1 Thursday. 1. with fast-drying wind, promised to im j'prove the -fighting condition:?, but -there ;'*»vas a sudden change at nigiu rime., and almost incessant rain foil. Not withstanding the unfavorable conditi ons. we made considerable progress. | and valuable positions were won. The main operations were carried out by English and Canadian regiments, on a front, north ware! of the Ypres-Roulers j railway. The Canadians advanced j along the main ridge towards Pass-; chendaele, and passing beyond their; objective they established themselves' on -the high ground north 0: the vll-, lage. English and Canadian troops made further progress in face of strong; opposition along the main ridge east of; Poelcapelle. We capture;! a number: of strong points, and torti:ied farms. Hea...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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LATER. BELLEVUE TAKEN. GREAT REDOUBT STORMED. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

LATEH. BELLEVUE TAKEX. | i i ! | GREAT KE DO TUT .ST0K3IEU. j (Published in "The Times.") t A despatch that has just been roeei-! 1 ved states that the 'Bellevue Redoubt -has been captured.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The British Front ANOTHER OFFENSIVE. WRETCHED WEATHER. OBJECTIVES GAINED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

The British I* rent J ^4 I AXOTJIEJi OFFENSIVE. WRETCHED WEATIIEK. OBJECTIVES GAINED. (Reuter.) Announcing a resumption of the I Angdo-fFrench offensive in Flanders,! Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haisj re- j ports :— ' "■The British and French launched; attacks at 5.45 on Friday morning east-; ward, north-eastward, and northward' of Vpres. ; "We are making satisfactory pre-! gress. I't rained heavily in the latter : •part of the ni-ght, and it is still rain- j

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS DIED OF WOUNDS. LANCE-CORPORAL H. G. SPENCER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS 1^_ iD.IED OF 'V/OUXDS. 'LA'MCE-fC0RPORAL 'I-i. g. SPE-X'CDR. Mr and Mrs J. G. Spencer, of Tar ilta, liave received an official notifica tion -that their youngest son. Lance 'Corporal Herbert George Spencer, of j the 5th Battalion, had 'died of woundsj |on 6th October, in 'the Zvil Canadian | clearing station in Glanders. Decea- | sed was a native o't" Tariir.a, 22 years of j age, and enlisted about t\v0 years ago. j i'He was a carpenter by it'-ide, and tor | several years was in the employ of Messrs. T. Odgers and Co. He was a 1 manly, modest, young 'fello"^ and was popular 'with ail. 'Me leavb.^ .< nuin ■ber of relatives at Tarilta, a,ui one sister, .Mrs T. Arthur, resides in Cas tleaiainc.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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WOUNDED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

AYOUXDED 'IX ACTIOX. :Mr and Mrs II. Watson, of LvrtleUm street, have .been officially notified th:lt j •their only son, Private AV. .M. W.Ttsoi), has been wounded. It is tiv^ fourth occasion on which hc> has been wounded. He enlisted two ■years ago, prio- to 'Which he was in the employ of i.Mr \V. Cooper, plumber, of Templeton strict. The public will! ■hope .lie 'will speedily recover. J

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CAMPBELL'S CREEK SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

J . : 'CuV.MPlB,ELL'S CREEK SOLDIERS. ! ! t Private Jamas L. iSmart. who was atj the famous landing; at Gallipoii. and! was severely wounded 'by shrapnel, and subsequently invalided home, ha? again offered his services, and ha? been accepted. On'the re-shuffling c" the duties of the officers of the 'Xev • stead and Mi. Alexander Shire ;Coune . Private Smart was appointed to t ', •position o'f rate collector from anion-.: a large batch )f applicants. 'Sergeant George Jensen, who < - tracted a severe bout of pneumo at the front, and was invalided to !Eng-. land, .is on his way home, a private: cable having been received that he. would most likely be on the nexr hos-. pit a 1 ship. ■Mr .William Endail, of the Fivo Flags, who passed the necessary test s in Castlemaine, presented himself :u headquarters last Tuesday, but was : e jected. This is the sixth occasion tUa; he has tried to don the khaki, and .has been turned down encii time. j •Private Frank Arkinstall, son c-; Cr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

HOW 13 YOUR BOILER? It has been stated that a man's stom ach is his boiler, his body is his engine and his month iho fire-box. Is your boiler (stomach) in good working- or der, or is it so weak il'.at it will not stand a. full load and not able to sup ply tile needed energy to your engine (body) ? K you have any trouble -with your stomach Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. They strengthen and invigorate the stomach and enable it to do its .work naturally. Many very re markable cures of stomach irouble have been effected by them. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors.

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Italy VICTORY CLAIMED BY ENEMY. ITALY ENTERED. 30,000 MEN AND 300 GUNS TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

+— victory claimed by exe31y. italy entelgvd. :!u,ooo 3ii:x and guns tako. 'Admiralty : iBy .Wireless Press). 'Claiming a sroac victory over rhej Italians, a German communique says:' "The northern wing of the Italian', Second Army is retiring. We are ad-1 vancing beyond Karfreit (near Caprot-i to), and lionzina, (north-east of Con-j ole). i | 'Wc arc already fighting a: many ( placcs in 'Italian territory. | "Our prisoners now number 30,000. of whom 700 are officers. Our booty includes 300 guns.*' (Reuter.) >A brief Italian official message says: ! "Powerful enemy forces continued! the offensive against our left wing on j the Julian front. AYe have withdrawn! on our boundary line between Glome'; Maggiore and westward of Auzza, andj have .provided for the evacuation of the i Bainsizza plateau." I

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THE BALKASS. ALLIED SUCCESS. FOUR VILLACES CAPTURED. (Reuter.) An official message regarding the British operations at Salonica has been issued as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

THE BALKASS. ALLIED 'SUCCESS. ' FOUR .VDLI.A'GES .CAPTURED. (Reuter.) Aa official message regarding -the British operations at Sulonica lias .been I issued as follows : — "We capture;] i'our villages south ward o;'f'Seres, killing GO Bulgarians, and •irikinir prisoner 10!). Wc then re turned to our own lines."

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THE LATEST. SITUATION GRAVE, BUT HOPEFUL. STRUGGLE BITTER AND UNDECIDED. I ENEMY CLAIMS SUBSTANTIAL GAINS. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 29 October 1917

THE LATEST. | SITUATION (. HAVE, BI T HOPEFUL., SMUGGLE BITTER AND INDECII) ID. I EXE All CEAHIS SIKSIAN'TIAL GA1>S. (Reuter.) vAn Italian semi-official message sta- i tes that it is impossible to give details! of 'the position on that front. The; struggle continues bitter and uudeeid-j ed, and the situation is .'grave, but ifj the Italians fight as previously the] j enemy is unlikely .to tread Italian soil's I for long. j A wireless German official message | says :—1W0 are pressing on through the Julian Alps towards the Italian plains. Our prisoners now total GO,000, and we have captured 450 guns. I The Italians on the Isonzo front are! shaking as far as Wippach. I iSuch oE the cable news on this >pagej so headed has appeared in "Thej Times," and is cabled to Australia 'by special permission. ilt should be understood that the opinions are not those o£ "The Times" unless expressly stated to <be so,

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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