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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 January 1917

GROeERiS, DRAPERS, IRONMONGERS, MEReHANTS, , AND eOM1MSSIO1 AND MTAIHIINERY IGENTS. ·~. AROBE~SRTS =- =i G kLLP P 8,~ Opposite Pos"Offic'e, - Oke Street, Ste Ouyen. SCHBEA/PEST = ;AND = BEST IN ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR] ALL THE LEADING 31AKERS OF F~IARM IMP~LEMENTS AND MACIHNERY. B LLISON RS., TAILORS AND OUlJTFITTERS, ROWE=ST., OI3YEN. C.LL RND INSPECT OUR NEW STOCK. -?YEN SAWrTLL~S AND B3iLDIN SUPPLYV TIMBE, YARD. AYTON & HATFIELD. TIMBER MERCHANTS, BLACKSMITPiS & WHIEELWRIGHTS,. IDbGHES-S., OU EN. Horses Carefully Shod. f .L h . *? ?'-'::,?L- ,:-? ,?5?, ?:-;:?-?- ?: , ":'. , FUNERALS CONDUCTED. Se-rt-als Conducted In Any Part Of The District Under Our Own Superiision. Oak and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. J. J£ MATTHEWS, PLcs~r'tlbm:-e, 3R,~ i PINER~, PAP;Z~ ER ITNGR ETC., O.IE-ST., OUYIEN. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. P. BRITT, GBNHERArL CO_/mII3I?SSIO AlGENT, ROWE-ST., OUYEN. AG:.L;YNT FOR: Cunuiin Sruithl and Co'.s 'Sickle" Brand Manures; Hi. V. Mc ?ys Fn...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 January 1917

O'r?xE, Saturday .January 13. iWaipeup, Mlorday ,, 15. uqye, fuesd sy (aft'n.) 16. i .nk, W., i''y ti!l 3 17. ' nderbool, Wed. afn' from 4 and . fl Thut. !I 10 30 a.m., 17 & 18. i' a arr.yville, Tburs. 'ds'n and Friday " morn., 13 and 19. . =r r ii"~i?~ wi5c" 1T3IA -"-rL't hr to er'itaf Boa-ns , ::n extensive experience in ai soct X . 'ictria also'in South &ns .· ,ail :::ul- 4e Suh *-e. j M?.".?_ L. T?-o.,:.', hx::-had 14 ycars acte.: ,,.. .eXerience in the country dist..-ict s :of Vic o,' ,0ria ; he is te rf in tposessi: ef. very '.,ide knowl. which enables b, to con £"dena.y under::ko all classes of DE?!TISTIY . The Special Method employed by bin ion cf the v:tc bc:u.,., in Dental Science S, -buiing up rh. natural contour of the ' ao .:ub.d ati.; youth and beauty ty t the couaerac SPA "4LtSS EX7RAGTbOJS~ -:F' thy qu r: ofC sh':ori ct lfees , he :?..st pen ,'0 ? o-re a. ; n :;: y~~star~ nt~h r l--i·: ion Dethod ofin ?*,::;, lino. u Ex o-,::,, T:. t h c Ncn o ur ,' k...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 January 1917

S temeit . 1e nYt. eeSHIRE oF eALPEUP B LAnCi SH EE'T. Stat9emen~e~t of Rece~ipt;L alad6 Expend iture1·g for Year endling~ ;30tha Ss·,eptember, 1916.p State*ment of JR ece 1pt~ s aiami<a Mw3cyea-imctlzix»d -for 4 Yeavy - Ending 30th Sepycrber, 19136. RECEIPTS. Tot-ld E st. Riding |We-t Ridi.n rm4t Arctont, I£ . d. £ . . .. . £ -. t. it 1-i in , haj 1 I/lo.'15 . 2 0 (0 1 6 i;-eneral fate -C-rrent 1929 3 9 853 6 11 1J93 In 10 Arzeas! .3050 2 3 1 3 11 3 4 19G6 18 11 lxtra Rate Arrears 5 0 5 0 Interest mo Overdne Rtes ' 315 6 0 115 11 10 1S 14 2 M iscellahne<tns receipt-s 9 0 S O 1 0 i.itinses, launhter 4 0 .0 3 00 1 0 0 Pl'a Fees--Current 133 16 124 12 3 9 4 6 Arrears 19 9 0 19 9 0 Contractoors- Deposits -33 12 4 33 4 Ii-l-ihotre Chenuna. 25 :3 5 10 14 0 14 9 5 Overp-.id K.tes ' 9 0 9 0 ,,,_ Fe.-. 41 0 0 23 15 0 17 5 0 l'-rfeitetd ihp3sit.s 3 12 9 3 12 9 P;n,! !-ees 1 2 6 7 9 14 9 t'1i-e Vin e 12 17 6 10 2 6 2 15 0 ir. f ilorse andi Dray 25 10 0 25 10 0 5597 19 3 ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

IVYlake YoUr TDistrict Known Concerni:g s~ame parts of the dis trict newscores but seldom. This is not the fault oC the Editor, for he has no miraculous power of knowing wha3t is happening in all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand nod cause the silence to cease? If rio one else is doing it for your district, will -ou try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social I events in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, noci dents, concerts, matters touching on industries, etc. Secretaries of public concerns such as the Farmers' Union, can aid their cause considerably in ithis way. Don't bother about grammar or spelling; it is the Editoz's workto look aifer these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, hut let criticism alone.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Soldiers' Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Soldiers Tobacco Fund. For the above faii; ~we htve rtecei ved the following d,:oations: Amount previou;sly acknowledgedl : 1G 13 0 A Bob (weei ! ) Pimaking 5.'" 1 0 TIow about a smal d anatio s as a Christmas c.ierin - '

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lend Your Money to Your Country. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Lend Your Money to Your Courntry. Whiie the fecruitin. Co:?mmi-t-tees are mtakin ~ s rcne a?ce't to the mschood of :he country for rein forcements, they are also ta king tIhe opportunity of Impressing on every body the necessity for money to oarry on the war as well. " L?·.n ;o money to your country " is .he rt quest, with the reminder at t.be same trime that " He Serves who ~aves. The soldiers harve, freely ofered their lives to their country, as their sacri- i fice may be price of victory, but to secure a complete victory your money is also needed. But whrile tbe soldier runs all the risks of battle, the inves tor in the War Loan is is n. dhaner himself, nor is his moaey, as repay ment in full is guaranteed by the Commonwealth with good interest and advantages-not inaignif?cent in themselves-meanwhile. Every W'ar Bond you buy will he)p to bring vic tory nearer and perhaps help to save hbe unnecessary sacrif-e of many ives.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Ul? Age.-Old age as ic comes in the orderly process of Nature is a beautiful znd nmajestic thing. It stands for experi ence, knowledge, wisldom, counsel. That , old age as it shouldb, be, but old age as it eoten is means poor digestion, torpia bow els,. a sluggish liver and a general feeling ,of ill health, despondency and misery. 'This, in almost every instance, is wholly unnecessary. One of Chamberlain's tab -ets for the stomach and liver taken im nmediately after supper wit improve the digestion, tone up the liver, and regulate the bowels. That feeling of despondency will zive way to one of hope and good eLTer. Sold everywhere. Another ci our district heroes has got his last call, and answered it. In the affair in Egypt on December 27, Trooper Alee. Nairn fell in his coun STr's work and his own honior. He entlisted at Birchi~p nearly two years ago n nd had been in Egypt right aong- He was one of the firm of s~irti Bros., of Ouyen, and his bro thers are working his bhlcek. "Hats l...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Warbles. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Walpeup Warblesf Harvesting eperations are well in hand, and next week will see most of the stripping- done. Owing to the scarcity of labor, those farmers who are using the stripper are heaping, and of course this means farther delay in cleaning, which will have to wait its turn. Carting will be late in most cases, and farmers thus experience a difficulty in getting sufficient in to meet their engagements on 1st Feb ruary. Harvester users report very satisfactory yields-np to 19 bags in most cases. [By the way, if 10 bags is satisfactory, what woulnid be con sidered really good ??--En. M.]. Last week's hot spell was account~ able for some very tall snake yarns, which we swallowed (with the pro verbial grain of salt'). [Snake yarns are barred, unless the vendor can show a clean bill of healtb.-ED J We are in the forefront of sport as well as hard work. A St. Patrick's I)ay Bace Club has been formed, and a meeting is to be held somewhere about the patron Saint's day. You will hear mor...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Farmers' Interests. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Farrners' Interests. "Experierce" writes us from Wat peup' :--Sir,-Now ~ that t;he: farmners have adopted 'he pririciple of anion ism, and are fia?dting it to their ad vantage, even if slightly so Ear, I think this a. most opportune time to point out the advantages to be gaiaed by putting t;heir whe?t through the the Co.operative Coy. as agents. If this is done it will help to mitke co operation hn:itzeial arInd build it up at the expense .of organised capital. [ater, when the Pool is finished with, we will have a competitor able to steady the pcice of wheat and btags. The ?armer wzo tbhiuk.- whea will be a good price .fEter the war will ind he is s.Aily rist:,keu. Who is going to (ead te ruil!ions of poor the world will eo:nt:in .after the war? Not the tr-t.os or combines you may be sure. The !;crden will fall oan the farmers shoudders for a certm tay, unless thbey :ar- mrepn:red. NowJ is the time fcr thie fLr'IAer to look a:ter his own iluterea.s -nd sutppo?. his own organisetiot~...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

,'OWEN, Saturday-'January 13. t, L ,, T 'aelpeup, Monday ,, 15. STabye, Tuesday (aft'n.) 16. Bloinks, Wed's'y till3 17. -ia2derbcol, Wed. aft'n from 4 and Thu's. till 10 3 a.m., 17 & 18. itrayville, Thurs. aft'n and Friday morn., 18 and 19. rr' C~c ~T~~ CE LT OMASL~ L lc~/ ?: ;i· ·'4c?, r 9 I?/tt~til't S :crded by t;s Cental oard;.) A" I hGE .Ond extensive experience in al part? of Victoria; also in South Aus tralia and Nree South \Vales. Mlr. M. L. TrsOalAs ha.s had 14 years actual elsperience in the counte, districts of Vie ' tori : he is therefore in nossession of a very .sride knowledge which enables him to con :i?dently undertake all classes of D'ETS'T~Y '; - The Speeial Meothod employed by hi, i: s one of the very Latest in Denta::l Science --building up the natural Contour of the .iouth. and adding youth and benauty to the ; auntenance 2s PAINESS ESXTRAGTKION c . or the quality of the work our fees are ,:the most rCasonable in the State. and our te is the s::~cht meth...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

iga.de.' ' The fire on Mod;ay week galvau- ised people somewhat, hbut i~. is itso be fea.red, the effect was ephemeral. As we are still waiting for the town reticul.ation, :-nd seem likely to .wit unoil Whout t the middle of the yvair, the idea of drilling volunteers in the -use ot the knet,: as a' last resoisrce, ?.w?. ;i;: ' a d. ':?hhid ar imeetn.i of .. he, for Friday nbight' list~. At the hour named there were present, the ceap taGn, three lieutenants and seeretary of the bri ede, and some time after, three others attended. Bushfire brig'ade business was taken first, and tn arrangrement arrived at with the motor car owners that in the even" of an oultbreak of fire, they be reim bursed out of poeket expenses. No one can cavil at; this, and the great hope is that there will be no call on either the members, or the cars. The meeting then discussed th& question of probable town fires. Gen eral ,regret was expressed at the delay in completing the reticulation sckeme, but as ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

GROeERS, DRAPERS, IRONM~NGERS i?S ER?HNTS, ?D GO.?4MISSIOWN AND MAbHIINEiY ~AGENTS. ARORERTS = & GILLESPIE,A Opposite Post Office, ---?Oke Street, Ouyen. eHEIIAPEST - 1ND - BEST = IN A= LL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING M"AKERS OF FARMi IMPLEMENTS. AND MACHINERY. ELLISON BROS., TAI~ LOR S RND f OUTF 'I TTERS, SROWE=ST., OUYEN. CRLL AND INSPE(T OUR NEWI STOCK. 'YEN SAW'1iLLS AND UiiLDIe? SUPPLY TIA sER YARD. AYTON& HATFIELD, TI M BER i . RC- HANTS, BLAC/KSMAITHS & WHEELWRIGHTS,. XDGHES-S ., OUY EN. Horses Carefully Shod. 'FUN"ERALS CON DUCTED Fiser Conducted In Anw Part Of The District Under Our ! Own Superv-ision. Oak and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. J. J. MAiTTHEWS, PL10? ER PAINTER, PA?PER 3acPmolca, EETC., $ ?E-ST-. , OUYEN. ALL ORD.RS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. P1 BRITT, G3EDILW ,L COM!_ISSNIO "GENT, ROWE-ST., OU YEN. A {;kNT FORI: Cuminn Smith and Co'.s 'Sickle" n Br and nures; H. V. Mc . f ny's a?lmous Implemefnts: Harling ani Sons' Gigs, Bnggies, e...

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Decentralisation. PLATFORM OF A NEW LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Decentr-alisation. rLATEORa OF A BEW LEAGUE. A meeting of the executive of the "Yictotian Decentralisation and Coun *y Development League, which was formed at Ballarat last month, was held on Wednesday to consider a sab-committe'e~ dralrt of the platform and ccrtitution. The Mayor of Qeel ong (Alderman Taylor) presided. The draft of the platform was amen ded and revised, and a report of the proceedings will be sent to all coun cils and other bodies concerned for nheir approval. Among the objects - the league are :-To counteract by every means the continued aggrega tion of population, influence and v?ea~th in Melbourne at the expense iof the country districts. To fight for State Parliamentary reform by re ducing the number of members of the Legislative Council to 26, and of the Asembly to 46. To obtain a proper adjustment. of railway freights. To secure the amalgamation of State and IFederal departments where possible, sauch as in the collection of the land Stax and the carrying out ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Y.M.C.A. Work Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Y.?!L.A. Work A-broa. In view of the large fuunds cn tributed in Austra!ia fdiv Y.M.C.A. work (np;iward~of .£150,000), and tih. Jarge uumber of-Australi.an Y.M.C.A. .secret?cries¢ (Thboi "-110) with tih A.IF, iti has lieen foun desirable t_ estapois.h in: :Londoh a' special Aut tramlian Y MP . Aid?.?mist-rit ion. wi.. ieadqdaii;rters io ffice c!os" Austri: with thg.Einglish Y.. L.A. oru,'o -sa.tion, the Australian section has 2-k secretaries in Egypt, over 50 wi'i= our troops:ir France, and upw~vrds -f 30 in Engia"nd. I n a!1 c"ases the ai , is to render the zlargest measure of personal service to the Aust~ri~?a? soldiers. The Y.MI.C.A. building i.i the Strand,. next Austrolia House, hzv been enlarged and taken over a, a special Australian Centre. working iv connectioo with the secretaries in th Provinces. A~t each camp hut, in .L dition to tili usual reading, writing'-: and other facilities, an enquiry bure,.a has been established to advise men i_ the matter of using their leave to...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pension Delays. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Pension Delays. The Borang shire on Friday deci ded to co-operate in the new recruit in cemopairg. A public meeting will be calied, -t which Mr. Samplson, 11 H.R., will be asked to give an ad :feass. Cr. Atkir: s:id tiiha if the new re- I rulitCin cunpsina was to be a so hes5 better treatment would have to I t gi'ven depeLrdents of volunteers. e mentionrd a case a.f a Warrack n.bhe:d wcmtan whose husband volun 'esred at the outbreak of the war. He was reported zmissing last 3JIly. Some ten weeks ago the wife's allot ment money was. stopped, and she -was informed by the Defence depart ment that she would receive a pen sion allo.tienr.t, but from that date to this sh"e tbad not had a cent from the .ht-r>ctmnent, -aod had had to to rely on t*the as-sistince given by veigbbors. B3ch the R-d Cross Society-and the ep;'rilation Committee bad been a.ppioached an her behalf, but bad ;stared thai titeir funds could not be :satd in stuch ;a case. That sort of Tatin, said Cr. Atkiu, was not ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New Cereals. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

New Cereals. Mr. Pye, the cerezlist. of Dookie, reports that the stud ploI s comprise 2,000 v:irieties. Of these a number will he dise'rded :arnd replaced by crdssbreds, mostly e:-ly or early m.:i seoion virieties.. Whist there are 3 nun.ber of good midseason varieti-es in, common uie, the selection of gach early and mRidseeson v7-rietites I I:nitco. The need of these lateir v r;eti .s i- trooc2:iceO, and this -as been cle trIv 1'lmoostrated this seasn.t by th-e 'eneral failure of these vari - ties to stnid the :weath?er. Two cross breds grown in the tiield plotls th:i sesLen, early midseason varieStes "?wi prolific ears aend relativelry short stral ;vill, it is thcnughlt, prove worthy. R-Eerrin t~o the imporiance of thu scientific development of arieiies oft wheat to suit-the climate and sails ao various districts, Mr. P'jre dra.vs t- tention to the wh.e:t "bllaicr"r sc--t out by hi, latialy. R eprts receioei show its one letding quo:lity of stron' str:tw hIs enabled nrower.4 to hi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

[[)ENTISTRY.] SJ. W. BROWNBILL. I'URAn .-ND LMATRYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental board of Victoria. -ill visit Ouyeo the Third WVednesday I v:-ery month, and may be cdnsulted at S Valsh's Commercial House. - ?ddrrsx.-Coraer Lacgtree .Avenue ;and. R ighth Street. Mildura. NEXT VISIT: SV'edne~sday, Jan. 17. [A CARD.,] FROM 1118! . . l. W 1ESTO, A.L.C.M. STeacher of iiano, Viol-n and Theory. Ouyen Coffee Palace. C. B. WALTER, /iRRISTER --ainc- S SOLICITOR. SFARRELLL=ST.. OUYE1N Murrayville visited every alternate Thnrsday-. Mone: to Lend on Droadrl Acres. eREDIT FONeiER LOANS ON FARMS In sums from £50 to £2000 At 6 ner cent. Interest. And froem -I5 p.c. in reduction of princi eal, which pays of the loan in 27)5 years. SLoans granted on Freeholds or Crown k,e-seholds. which, conid b- made free ee of Crown' rents. No Charge For Mortgage, rDeed. Loans may he paid off on any half early pay day, subject to a small charge f paid off within the first five years, but no penalty after five ye...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Coming Sports Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Coming Sports Gatherings. The hard work of h;arvesting wil soon be over, and folk are be-giaasng to let their though6ts wander to en joyment. The district was rich in sports gatherings last year, and tha promise is for a repetition this year. Tntye is first in the field with the big gathering on 88h Februtry, and readers will soon have the program in their possession. This is a pcpu lar meeting, and the committee io tends being right there to assure a greater success than ever. Gaiab has ols& come to a decision, and their meeting will be held soae where about the end of the month. In this ease the proceeds, as last year, will be divided between Ouyen Hlos pital and Gcah iHall. VWe will tell you all aboau this meeting in a later .ssue. Ouyen St. Patri·ck's Day Sports i Club annouaces its aanual meetiang for meeting for Monday next, in the PublicE Hall. t is hoped there will be a big attendance, so as to give the gathering a good start. Last year the proceeds were sp!endid, an...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Time is Ripe. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

The Time is Ripe. A Chinese proverb has it that noth ing can stand still. Wbhie holdinr 00no love for the almond-eyed disciple, of Confucius, we admit the truth of the oroverb. To staud still means going backward, Cor it gives the other fellow just she chance .he is looking for tq get ahead- The leassorns of '.the paE tkwO ye trs 's ad pr :. to b# farmer thba he has been trying ;he experiment of siauding still. The result is more than obvious--i sticks out. No matter what his interes- he has allowed the other fellow to g~et in, and the farmer is left--left badly and sadly. Some few months ago he started out to put-things on a more satisfactory footing, but he has still a lot to learn so that he may be in the running. He has an orrganization (we don't call i; a Union for more reasons than one), hubt he is slow to' learn). Being as yet, only a mixed6 mass, with little cohesion, his organ-, iz4tion gets scant courtesy. Quite.j logically, the farmers sought inclusion in the Wheat Board,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 January 1917

Local and General. ? -are L: look over the advts. in this issue. They are all worth the while. A sign of the times is a town's growth. Ouyen is moving, slowly certainly, hut moving. In Oke - st., near the Mail, office Mr. J H. Hunt has a new shop now nearing comple- tion, which is to be occupied by Mr. 'J. Chapman, butcher. It is a good roomy building, and adds one more to the businness places on the bill. In Rowe-st., Mr. J. Britt's new resi- dence is nearly completed, and a new office is being erected on the same block. 'These a:,e alt signs of the times, :rd if the tickle );ame is more teli:tahle thanl su:al, we may expect somne more additions to our bhuldin - in the near future. Let .them all come.l In regard to the request by Ouyen bushfire brigade that special regula tions he issued' prohibiting burning off before February 20. this year, the Minister is not complying, but issues an urgect request tosettlers not to attempt hbulrning otff of any descrip tion duruing the dry seas...

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