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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 March 1915

IWaIpev p- '! dy (After noo~n. Staf ?:?arh. Ocw~ange -LT. u?ezay (After noon) 9.' March. ,e?y--7= a ed =.?-y (Evenin~) 9-t7h .a, 3 rh. Bsonka--' n s-sld?ay (MLorn ing), "" t ".aqT.?rc. Linga--'*Ved-nes :l y (After-i noon), -l ~" " '-ch. Ouyen - Th -'. 11th M.?arch (all day at iWaters' flotel. 63 Mis-street' Albert Park. (Branches throughout the Co' monwcalth.) Full Sets l~o.S., z l0s. Lower -anm CY 1( UperOnly £ s Painless -xtra~t2ons? 2sfSd and is. . We were the first to receive from r U.SA. an anaesthetic for -,ainless SExtractions of Teeth. We have just received a new ,*re-ration IRwhich is claimed to be PER-FEC TION IN PAINLESS DENT!S TRY. Vie extract painiesslx, an. allow your extraction money a part ,avment on plates, if orde-edi at the same time. Being direct importers, we can supply the best Iteeth at reduced prices .e giv?e a Wrhter maran towhencz set. - ve do the best work that dental [science has evolved, and do it at' ' prices that are within the reach of Sall. SPainless...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Autumn Racing. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 March 1915

Autuman pacing. The autumn meeting of the I V.R.C. was commenced at Flem ington on Saturday. Resuits: Pines HurdIe Race-Din;zulu, Widdenr. and Ches; winner 7 to 1. St. Leger--Mountain Knight, Naxbery and Carlita; winner 2 to 1 on. Newmarket Handicap-Blague, Iownit and Jolly Beggar; winner 14 to 1. Wc.n by 1If Iengths. Sires Produce Stakes --Red Sig nal. Rosana and Lesbos; winner 3 to 1. Essendon Stakes-Land of Song, De Gamna and Pistol King; win ner 10 to 9 on. Brunswick Stakes~-Winnipeg, Onazer and Beccasine; winner 7 to 2 TUIESDAY'S RACING. Hopeful Stakes-Coiugo, Twizel and Bob Sprightly; winner 8 to 1. Ascotr ale Stakes - Two, Red Signal and Rosanna; 2 to 1. Australian Cuo - Le::prire. Wishing Cap and Bon Ton ; 3 to 1. March Steeple - El Progresso, Gold Vale and Algabonyvah; 6 to I. Bourke Handicap - Traguette, Gokden Wire and The Lintie ; 9 to 2. Junior Handicap--Jaunt, Sin fonia and Toleration; 8 to 1.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARWARP. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 March 1915

CARWARP. From our Correspondent. A meeting oE the Carwarp Pro gress Assoction was held on Satur day evening, when 20 nmembers were present. President M"Nabb occupied the chair. A letter was received from the &tate Rivers and Water Supply Commission stating tihat when the channels were running the tanks would b: filled to their utmost capacity where practicable. The Commonwealth Meteorol ogist forwarded a rain gauge. The Railway Department wrote stating the matter re crossing would be enquired into. On the motion of Messrs Stewart and Dudley it was decided that the Secretary of Lands by written to complaining of the loose method the lessee of the river frontage has in looking after his stock, which are wandering over the settl ment. and asking to have the lease can celled as the Progress Association Sre desirous of applying for it. On the motion of Miessrs Dowd and Shaw it was decided that the Vermin Department he asked for permission to shoot kangaroos during cropping 'eason...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 March 1915

Maii 'Tiiie "Table. -,, ··bl of :ai; 3 receiiC " at, ar.d eatccero fromr xe Ioc t . -,r fftollow-: forWcoortera- ' Phot p, Watcheb, iboZrid, St Arntaudt,iartoronug, j .and .Melb ?rne at 83r0 cp.t Onl oslday. Tuesday, WTednesday, Thrsday ,: and F nriday. nungf Moday, W ednesday and Friday at. ,,30 p.m. Milersa, Monday, The5 fday. Wetrwsay, Thulrs.day, and Friday, at 8,.30 pm . MaItils v:re receive from Mel ,b?t are, Marybough, St, Arnanid, lonalctd, Watchers, l irchip. aind WfocEniant at 2.30 asm. on Ttas day, .Wednesday, Thursday, Fri lday ad Saturday. Nunga, Tues-a pday1 Weczznesday, and Friday, at 12.3i a.m. Mildura, Mondagy, Tute i day, Wednesday, TUrhtoday, and , Friday, at Q20 p.m, . i M AVUfAiV v trca L -Mails clote for Tiega, Galah, Whdpeup, Nyaiig Undertoot, tiinga,; BQinkga, Tstye, Co wsnnge, Danyoa·rnd: Murrayville,, aGt· b.1 a m. 'LtuEsday~i~ an(~Thtif trsday, and at 12 45 p.mx. on Saturday. Pagr-ie Tuesday and Thursday at, 4ai,# n.e received frnm Murray "dile. htnyo. Cow...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Departure of Mr J. M'Donald. FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 March 1915

Departure of LMr J. M'Dona!d. FAREWELL SOCIAL,. A large and representative gathering of tot-nspeople and resi dents met at Nitschke's Coffee SPalace on Saturday evening to bid farewell to Postmaster J. M'Donald, who has been transferred to head quarters. Mr W. D. MIitcheI1 was vcted to the chair. After the toast of " The King" had been honored, the chrirman announced that apologies for their absence had been received from Mjessrs B. Oke, W. J. Steele, G. F. M'intyre, F. LeCouteur. J. E. Don and A. W. Cooper. All these gentlemen wished to express their appreciation of Mr M'Donald's services while in Ouyen, and re gretted his departure, which would leave a blank hard to fill. Mr W. L- Park proposed the toast of "Our Guest." He said, tMr M'Donald had been here for over two years and was always conteous and obliging. He knew that all offcials were expected to be so, but some w-ere not. IHe I considered the town would suffer a great loss at Mr M'Donald's de parture, who could honestly sa...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shire of Walpeup. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 March 1915

Shire of Walpeup. -- -o ORDINARY O1NTHLY ZOEETIYG TUESDAY, FEBRUARRY 23, 1915. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held at Miurray ville on Tuesday, 23rd February. Present-Crs O,Dea (president), Glen. Hecht and Wiitshire. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Outward correspondence was ap proved of. INwARD CORRESPONDENCE. From Secretary Shire of Swan HIill re proposed alteration of Shire boundaries.-Decided that the plan drawn out by the engineer be sub imitted to the Swan Hill shire as a lrecommendation for acceptance. From secretary Linga Progress Association asking that the en gineer lay out three hills on the main south road from Linga.-Re Ierred to engineer. From secretary Ouyen Public Library asking for donation.- 2 I/ donated. From S. Sampson, M.II.R., in answer the letter re suspension of fodder.-Received. From the Director of Education stating that a new school building had been authorised itor Cowangie North.-Decided to thank the De partmen...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

Mail Time Table. The revised time table of n;ais received at, and despatched from' the local Post Office, is as follow:- ATEILEOCRN-E .IN--M'ais clo'se for-' oomelang. Birchip, XWatchen:. Donald, St. Arnaud, Maryborough. and Melbourne at 8.30 p-m-, 0= Monday. Tuesday. Wedrnesday, Thursday. and Friday. mNunga, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8.30 'p.m. Mildttra, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 8.30 -p.m. Mails '?re received fron Mel-i bourne, Maryborough, St. Arnatd, Donald, Watchem, Birchip. and Woomelang at 2.30 a.m. on Tues a, day, dnsday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday. N~aga, Tues day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2.30 a.m. Mildura, MIonday, T-ues day, Wednesday, Thiursday, and Friday, at 9.20p.m. , Mul5iRAsvTTlraLTNsE-Mailsclose for Tiega, GalalitWanpeup, Nyang (Tnderbool,. Linga, Bteinka, Tutye, Coivangie, Dayo-6.and IMurrayrille, at 8215 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and at i2.45 p.pm. on Saturday. Paigifie, Tueda-y and Thursday at '8-1' a.m. a iils' are recei...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

-CII-~- -~ _- ~ ~ ~ l-...,, l~~u~tmrp·~··~·· -~n~r*-7cwr_-g-t, - OKiT!ET OUs I '. if j~-r "'f 5 Pri~~zs. Lt-'·:7F oY:S~toi B ;O r T- rc? Ei (C a cfC LZ;s h:a~- ,_ . ~j. 4 c~·~~3·~r *s- L - 'dt V: -g for a Shave AT SSmithT's *S€ *' -ressng S.lc. * . -- - - G. - t CaiT A ronder'1 I evertie { TRx7 3 ;Tor ra21; Enhk PASTKrCiOOR - . d Jewe ery, etc , SYP'E UP. : Sr- a! Goods snpplied to D arces ard Picnics. . Deli'verea up the Line. ' -TeBst MateriaITUsed in -fbt *r.n- cture of .rj-y gccds. C -vi.ty and Cleanliniess. - 'Iss Every S;turda3fy. ',I£ es fourt P ei*ngs ' " . '-- n tific d ~~-.l t in siture ALL A .S"IiT Ii at ihe Locil Police rt L-.^.[L BE PTFiLISH-Z). It is .,,- "' : ' r ,'.nifm rs to make _, ic:_ t ,, "- their Cm 's omitted, -'Ic _.I. jc=? -mj'2 o<f jP'(-licI Court news is Sp .a-- m-attr, but a. .duty we ow ua r i.:n "M';sil." MiR anrid IRS 'R VWATE RS S, Late of Vvycheproof. BEG .to intiwate that they hav fa-Kenr over tle above Hotel ..d 'he travelling public ca]...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

CHURCH NOTICES. Catholic Church-Mass will be celebr.ted at Ouyen on Sunday at 8 a.m. and I0 a.m. by Rev. Father Ke.ly. Anglican Church - Ouyen 8, 10.30 (H.C.) and 7.30, Boulka 3, Kia 11. Methodi.t Church-Ouyen 7.3G and 3.Yellumnjip 11, Mr W. Castle; Ga ah 3, Mr Vine. Presbyterian Church --Ouyen W.est i1, Nunga 3, Ouyen 7.30, Rev. J. A. Irvine.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Mallee Relief Work. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

MXallee Relief Work. At a meeting of the Cabinet Re lief Committee, of Mr John Gray, M.L.A.. is the chairman, the Maillee Relief Board reported that since the last statement 147 addi cional advances had been made, bringing the total number up to 1002, involving a suen of ?46,562. Of this, £24,400 had already been distributed. Over 240 settlers-had been allotted work, to cost over I ?1,000, on channels, tanks, roads or clearing, under the cont:ol of the Water Supply Commission, and about half of that amount had been distributed to date. Thus, -since the beginning of November, a period of four mounths, solni ?£30,000 had been circulated throughout the newly-settled areas. Operations under the Seed Ad vances Act are rapidly drawing to! a finish. A few applications s-ill keep coming in, and in a consider able number of cases issue of orders is pending, owing to differ ences of opinion betwecn the de partment azd the settlers as to thei value of the security offered. In the Ma'led 1 :29 ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Parliamentary Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

Par iamcntar' V.isitors. x :::ro- - · tas =:ember a. := F" C -:, sh id t. M. s e. k a, L're n:cec tk the d?" , o-;?= ud:? -to 7 :- ' a 'e-= y wog te =>_. . : ---- -- ?.? vee d to the : o h -. :p~ 5·arT=-Tc.; E :Eough -~it go -- . : t-- -. u--.'tn t h ;e .-.:e r v :Men ?h :, a-- :? emt e is opr._o u Cror -!! -- e '=:'. --:.e:..s a~ .: Co -i:,--_'- .7£ .H:.:'td :o he:- bresest ei-L eavo b :o aigt av. m,'rovenc. Tr. R. - . Rcoe --'ou t.hen the !dens_ of _? _- ecor.-_ ? h- is e.? e.-- :r! e;?.ce wa_', a:- n, a .te a drought .:oh \=2- awrs a'runtou ran are hoe ".r::er_ crn-?:- .=-rre=-::. + e . Dealing withi- adanes b .-aid, tczt nrzctcial- c- *-d jO'S Wht he ha - .-ee:: that day co &·r. 'rr r .- c v c toi :. o : the' po:iblites :.- -anh. t-c-. a"6 oe thece. would han- c'-a:cn troug the d ain at-scn a,' r-?-cc.t his f e aZ He wou'd ikc %o -e-a r of" any re' rce1ws th a- at ater a krone: the-r vC. s..'wasi a A-o:S·t:tp ra Sn'z -: co'n- the-' to make .pee'.- h, Sae:. wit they aa...

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"Germany and England." (Contributed by "Agricola.") [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

i'Germany and England." (Contributed by "Agricola.") The author of this article is the famous Socialist, R. Blatchford, antd these statements appeared in the " Daily Mail" several years ago: " The public do not reaiise the gravity of the German menace. Serious warnings have been uttered by Mr Asquith, Mr Balfour, Lord Landedowne, Sir Edward Grey, Lord Cromer and Lord Rob.rt?, but the warnings arc not under stood by the people. They are forgotten ;n the excitement of the football season, or the terrifIc struggle as to whether the dukes shall pay a Md tax or foist it on their neighbors. " The Empire is in danger, but the people do not believe it. They think that the ,navy can protect them while they inke money or take their ease. But the strongest navy would not save us shotild the war clouds break before we are ready. " Now let us consider what motive Germany can have for at tacking us. What motive had she for attacking Denmark in 1864 ? or for attacking Austria in 1866 ? or for atta...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915. (Before Mr W. G. Smith. P.M., and Mr H. W. Pickering, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

Police Court. .'FWPNESDAY :A:C ;1. jQJ5 (,efore Mr "V. G. Smith. P.M., anid Mr . \V. Pickering, J.P.) A. M. Ail:n. (Board of Health Inspector) v Julia Greatz. De fedant wa. charged xith ::;i.. rcinises. for the imanufacttre'-- or soda water which were nit', re gistered i un.der the Pure Foods Act. Mr P. J. Holden, who appeared for the dere::da::t-. expl7icd t:hat she was u";der thl:-- res..:on hAt the pre"z.s w.er- registered. but upou -makig hiquiries sh: found that ini-t-d of heinzg regist:erc under the rFir.- Act. The EKch ! xpre.s5ed th- opiilon that there w-ere pecu liar circtmsta-ce' i'l the case, and as there was e-"ide:!'m!v no intention to evade the Act, a fine of 5, with C1 ' "costs was imposed. Same v C. Cooper. Defendent was prosecuted on two chargew..one of not havingt his r:-eises regis tered, aiad the other of no: using a filter for water used in the manu facture of .soda water. Mr J. I,. Don appeared for the defendant and stated that the latter erred owing to ignoran...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

To ~~L·5scrlBe~-s, Sajscrihcrti tr,:i:,- UU~~lt'S I~~c~XL ;:~hn i-fo :?or rcc~-·ice· fil~:lr L~apur- ;1_~~::rr;· art ~E~c: .i ':::CC ~ritin=. I`i-?r~ :~~rjpaSfiZOR

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Pickling Wheat. TO PREVENT BUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

SPickling Wheat. TO PREVENT BUNT. " Weekly Notes," issued 'oby the New South Wales Departmenet ot Agriculture, has started a camn paign to induce wheat growers to pirkle the seed. In Victoria, as well as in the sister State, there are still farmers who do not take this precaution. Of the various preventives for bunt, or "stinking smut," the most efficient is said by th& " Notes" to be sulphate of copper. or bluestone, but success depends largely upon the manner in which the treatment is carried out. The bluestone should be used in the proportion of ilb. to every 10 gallons of water, and it should be dissolved-not by throwing it into the water and allowing it to remain there for a few hours--but by tying it in a small hessian ba, and suspending ic in the water so that half is immersed and half not. The bluestone will then be dis solved much more quickly, and there is no need for the water to be hot. The most convenient vessel is a wooden cask- If a metal one is used it must b...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

A Gool Investmnent---Y: may1 have an attack of diarrhoea, d-sen tery or pairs in the stomach ,Gne= of these days and it. will he h :,.l to remnember the rname of t ::,licine that wil! cure yot. Say it :'owlv ,-Chabher!,ain's Colic acd Diar rihoea Remedy. W.'hat w"ill :.!!' be better-but a bottle to d y ; it wil Ibe 1 (6 well i:nvested. Sold by all storekeepers. iht _- :,-: Art Union.r Acknowi[edge1 t.,- .. e ', mo:t genuine of all LLh Art Unidon+ +_ ' hed+ 59th Year. "er. AS POPULAR AS ?.:i THE- GREIAT EVENT CW THT YEA. 59th Annivrersary- Ei?;. H-r·r~ D:-" Grand Fete, i~az_:" -._ .rt Ur_ 3s. In aid of Charities (Town mnd C.,?try, Exhibition Buiidinrgs, M.Ilbou-re, VION9TDAYV 28th A -rI 8 Hours Day). Public & 2 luk Hloldlay Eighl Hours Art .ri... 100 Prizes, -alui2e R10^ O0. Vorkis of Art by Australian Artists. 1st Prize-Oil Painting-Valiue £500 2nd Prize-Oil Painting-Value £1t0! 3rd Prize-Oil Painting- 'alhue L£50 anl 9 o:hter Prizes rangi:g: in valuc from £2?;0. NOSTE.-Thel...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Wheat and the War. VIEWS OF AN EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

Wheat and the War. VIEWS OF AN EXPERT. One gratifying feature of the last decade is the gradual subjugation of our dry Mallee areas, and the steady march of the plough to wards the interior of the continent. Lands which, a decade ago, were regarded as 'beyond the limit of safe cultivation, are now producing millions of bushels of wheat anualilyi, and the " unsafe " lands of to-day will undoubtedly be ithbe .-"-anries of to-morrow. Pic turesane confirmation of this belief is to be found in the hundreds of applatizons for a few newly gazetted Ma!!ee b!orks in the midst of this-th: driest season on re cord. It is a truism in regard to weather and climate that " What has been, will be," and if we have had cycles of good seasons in the past we may confidently expect them in the future. Unfortunatelyv meteorolcgical science has not progressed sufficiently far to en able reliable long-range: weather forecasts to be made with confid ence, nor does a survey of avail able past records of Aust...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

<an ar 3 tES3 m SADVAsG CE3 GEARRANGED arm emum es.~~.1.. s o.reamut ncmr ~;-~?3;"va~ o-zai;tXsw i /sr****.,,. tr, ~ stevesc *za smma rf- p .17 ~~,S.Plr .IE PARK &-CP$~ DONnaOm~- rlL ~L5-r~r~y. ~i- SOLI~~·~-C W~CITORS, C~fth L~~r-nd ra~ar~n,*rADVAr~s~ttup~~~nCES~ ARRANGE~r~ifTF-d: C~liC~*rr C~=5.:·-gaZfDaS:4·-·1 Fr·I· Plr31 )·YIay.r:U 3~~ (uye St. Patricks Sports Chib GRAND CONCERT W Wednesday, 17th March, 1915. PROGRAMME Accom,a::ist-. - .Mr N. L.-C.Co tet:r. PART -f O)verture-- ... ... Geected) ... MTr 2, I;eCcnteur S ... ,, .-Mr G. M G. Valentine ... Miss F. Boyce --. --. .. Mr TN. LeCru~t-ter Recitation'-- -- . -- r Fea: terbv Song- .- . ... ., 4iis.D. Ttvine Corne~ t Soie- -. M.r . Nit-Schke g--- -. .... Rd Ro-es" ...-- Mr New,:srne :· o ?ng-' . . ... L'* The Widow-" .-- £Mr R. mith XmiravAL.. PART IT. Oerrrc ". ... (?elected ..-- -MrTN. JLcerC teur Recittion----' .. .. ,. .-- Mr Featberby Sonag- .'. ..-- ""Tipperary" .-- Mlr ewsalme E=ttaixer- .. . . Mr S. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

s~ Bargainsn are~3hOP bin ofem in~ Ev&.. 7 D·ftn Ac PesnlIsetini eesryt els h:vleo i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~e a niado LowPres ~~~s- '~3¶~9y·e, etc.:W~4 _ -~)~ -r~i -, ~~'r ~i~~~ CC 1 Cs~~~ -·A ii'P W. IML Giilespie, PRODUCE MERCHANT, WCheat Buyer & General Agent, 0 U Y N OFFICIAL ASSiGNEE. Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Victoria for taking Affi::vits. LOANS ARRANGED FOR Agent for Mitchell's Drills, Harvesters, Oil Engines, " Diabo'u" Separators (a 27-gallon Separaror for £7 12s.), larger siz-s if rqcuired. One monh's r~c: ;rria! given:. Waiter A. Woods' " new Cen tury Binrders. "Dignan" " Challenge " Strip pers. Light running and no side draught, made of the very best mat?rial. If you want the best buy a ", Dignan " Carter's WVaggons, Gigs. etc., built at Hopetoun. Lanw-eil Bros. & Davies' Pumps Win.i:-uls, Wheel Scoops and Tools of all descriptions. The " Challenge " Windmis have all galvanised iron towers, and u-ork v-itk the sli'htest breeze. James Sain- (Ballarat...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 March 1915

The Ouyen M[ail lts per year in cdverce FUIIXi°. \.i-?_P.Ci£ "2. 1c15.S S OBITUARY. TE:: ci.e?:- r ths-e. Ha :. Shad many sincere frienY._ in_ r t x'e. and 'is iH-hea:th o f late had onlty de-pened the.r kirdiv feelings and mtenriPed their soicittude for h : h-eing. Aid kne- he had been fight:ng for rany mnonthn a -stbtle foe. but his constancy i? wGrk. I?is own perexstent hopefuluess, and the sm bitious jutu·re he saw before hin? made all, not only hope for his complete restoraticr, to healtIh, but feel atmost certain that he wou!d attain a long and useful life. It is hard to beliere that ue >hall not -- him agam as we hi e -known him. He- w-'! .e nmi??sed and mnar. wil feelt •per.,nal, pai- at t=eir own ic--. No' ChriLtian stre-:. will fel f.-r or sa.ness on h Ihal: of the one der, a.?ed bi:t no one who ra-:- knew Mr TL;hin can easi-" prevent cre sorre- feeling, of ,o.-- lows r' t:-e iympath'; cf z sihoci friend. ios- in co operat~on vwith ai proaressive work- 1rss of a special...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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