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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

Local and General. Tom Kennedy, junior assistant at Ouyen post office, got an en forced holiday on Friday last. He took a Winchester rifle to clean, but omitted to see whether it was loaded or not. It was, and Tom got the bullet through the fleshy part of the thigh, but fortunately the bones and arteries were missed. He will be more careful with a gmn in future. Departmental changes mean the removal of "a popular official from Ouyen railway station. S.M. Barr has received notification of his transfer to the relieving stsff, and will be leaving to take up his duties ere next issue sees the light. May his shadow never grow less. The wonderful Australian wheat crop, now 'estimated at 150,000,000 bushels, of a money value of ~37,000,060, will give heart to those many people in the Common wealth who have, by reasons of the war, found existence a hard strug gle. It will convince them and the world at large of the splendid coun try we live in, and that if bad times come they do not last lo...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

W. W. BROWNB!LL ?LDULR A ND MARYBOROUGH. . (kecorded b.vthe Dental Hoarl of Victoria ) I1 visit Ouyen the Third Wednesday every month. and imay be.consulted at \a' Vlsh's Commeicial House. -drss.-Corner Langtree Avenue and S Eighth Street. Mildura. j,. , NEX-T Vi..IT . .'' 0 . ," .... Cqwange, Tuesday afternoon, March 27. 'r'avville. till 1 pm., Ved. ,, 28. erbool, Thursday, ,, 29. peup, Friday, 30. hMr W. J. O'KEEFE, EXPERT OPTICIAN, - 13 Cassell street, Hawksburn. sitin Ouyen and along the Murray-. HiIe line regularly Every Six Weeks. s artificial light or the sun try your Eyes? so let me make voa a pair of Sir Wil n Crooke's Glasses, which I have lately introduced. lis wvonderful Glass filters and neutral is all the harmful rays that emanate !tm artificial or anyform of light Be A ig practieally non-tinted, it does not r color values, nor is it unsightly to wear at any time. lI on nme and let me demonstrate, tie ^any other advantages os this new Glass. M ACCURACY GUARANTEED. ji e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Definite Move. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

A Definite Mlove, Ir will tbe rremembnred that in on zisue of bL/2/16, an article appeared, by e. writer dealing with che question of tohe muniocpel disabilities of the Yatpoolo-Carwarp district. This had the effect of stirring the people con icerrde, "nad. oe Satnrday ·q-ie, 3rd inst., - :of6renfce-. 6f delegates from ithe two centres was held. The sub je~t of better maunicipal arrangements occupied the attentioa, and the dis cusslorast firs dealt with an effort; to form- a new shire. This, however, was soon recognised to he impracti cable, owing to the sparcely settled nature of the territory affected. Then delegates turned their attention to Mildura.sbire council, which came in for~some.very adverse criticism. Mr. Pedler (Yatpool) eharacterised the manner of carrying out works, which were supposed to he paid for out of :.an morey,, as simply disgracefuL. N o" one had mtch heart to pay rates when the prospect of having them expended in the locality appeared so remote. Mr. M?Nabb (...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Sports Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

Sports Gatherings. All tha~t is required for a record success to-day is fitting weather-and that· we anticipate. The entries for the horse racing events are simply splendid. The Trial has 16, Pony Race 7, St; Ptatrick's Day Handicap 13, and Y.M.C.A. Handicap 10. The post entry events promise to be good, and from 1 o'clock the officials will be kept busy throughout. It will be as well for owners to keep an ear for the bell, as no delays are to. be allowed. The stewards intend issu io a caution to all concerned ,t the scales, and any nooseoce is to be dealt with seve-ely. At night, the ball is expected to be crowded tqo the fall. The box plan is filling rapidly, and if you want to make sure of a seat, get to Oke's be fore 12 noon. After that the box pl?rn will be at the ground, and if not filled there, then you will have to contend with the crowd at the door. After the concert, the hall will be cleared for the.great ball, and here again a big crowd is anticipated. Altogether the indic...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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It Hurts [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

Wihen yot hear a squeai you may bet evens somebody or something ias been h=:t. And the lo?der the squeal the greater the hurt. - All through the ages- past, the farmer, has been satering woeful hurt, but just occasionally did he squeal. It was, somehow, accepted as quite the thing to inflict those hurts on the farmer, and curircsly e.ough, he accepted- theim i,' te sa?.Ze spirit. Lately,. -o',ever, he. has Legun to . scnueal to more effect, and as a ie suit. notic is being t-:ken. Thcre are times when ;a squeal -.trIacts Cote. Jtud somietime: iL happens zhat the party who makes the squeal dr-aws attention to ti flact tihat the hburt %\as wh.t he deser\-ed-and tbheu be is Sorry. hie spoke. History gi\.t-s us p!e::ty oL. uesee intLances. .Kaiser Bill. is one of the most Trec:nt.. He go-t a: iJda into his diisesed brai.n tbat. he wa- being hurt, an;d n.7 o 0 .y did he 7 qucal, but he kicked. 'What the result will C- v cryo;eC- but the- :most bigoted pr.,-iun is certain. But jrst 11no0'...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

Farmers' Union. There was a fine attendance at a meeting of the Oayen braneh of the above body on Saturday afternoon, Mr. W. D. Mitchell presiding. Among the correspondence was Ia letter fram the Postmaster General, suggesting that a further lease of three years be taken of the Ouyeo post office building, buht this the meet ing emphatically protested against, and decided to urge the appointment of another assistant, and keep to the promise to erect a new building as soon as posserle. The general secretzry of the Union wrote s;-ting that a scheme had been propounded wvhereby the whole of the wheat would be ha hndled by the I Union under the bhcking of the Fed eral Government. This will be con sidered at an nLter State conference shortly. It, was further sunggested thzan a conference be held at Ouyea to elect a distret: cnancil. This met with approval. acnd it w;as decided to invite the aeneral seeet.ary, and a! ternatively, tShe president of the Union to attead. ?-inne the i.n .t ing...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

ION ER STO9R, WAI.?PEUP :REGAN & S UBUERT, GROCERS,, DRA;\PERS, _AND IRONMU3(NGEitS. 'HAFIF, IRAN, POI.LARD. WIRE OF AI, DE-CRIPTIONS AT CURRENT RA.TES. :-,:;PRICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! ----SPECIAL PRICES FO()R ('ASH OR.DERS.-- A GENCIES :-BPeard and SiLson, Clarence Smirhh, Internrational, Mercantile MIutual "9,;b?";:kIrisur.':c,-, :andi Alan res.. ·? R. A. CALDOW & CO., ',.?,?t,@ ~(A CT""'IO N ,E R. ) .,, LAND, STCGK, & CEN4E~AL CO'J7 SSW181 AGE~IT, FARIRELL-ST.. ()UYEN. SSALES .CODUCTED IN ANY PART 3F THE STATE. A GENTS ~:)R The Petrrpetual Eecttoro and Trn~tee' A?,,ciatit,:, Nicholson and ,?lorrowu's Unie IIaLrvestrs :ntd Drill: B?.rLrger's Diss : ie:wlin.r t it ;*,'s. Strippers. W'ibnowers, WaV;grons. Field G?tes, Bat Loader' andi B Trc!s; Colonial Mutual S LifeAssunr:ance Siciety; :iutr;t!ian L tn:tual Live Stok ; t;av<ky :ad Skate Patent Swin letrees; Jats. Bell tl ,C ., Wheat Buyers; Cliff ;tnud Bunting Chaffcntters; .?olonal Muntual Fire ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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UNDERBOOL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

UNDERBOOL BRANCH. A meeting of the Underbool branch was held on Saturday, whetthere was a'ull attendance of meimbbrs, as well as several visitors. FPive new members were enrolled. The Secre tary has been instructed to draw up a petition requesting the Bank of Vic toria to establish a branch of the Bank here, failing whic-some other financial iastitutions will be asked to open. It was resolved to establish a Bush Nursing centre, and the secre tary will be pleased to receive do nations as early as possible so that the nurse can be established at once. In connection with the establishing of a flour mill at Ouyen, it was de cided to ask Messrs. Mitchell and Pickering to attend next meeting and esplain objects concerning same. The secretary was instructed to write the Education Department requesting them to build a State school at Un derbool, as the present arrangements are not in keeping with a large and advancing district. A very important measure came forward, on the motion of Mr. C. ...

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Galah Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

Galalh Sports. There was a fine attendance at the :above sports gathering on Wednes day, 29th Feb., and the committee had every reason to be well satisfied with the outcome. The events were got of in good order, and the horse racing on the whole was good. The puilican's booth, under the super vision of ,Mr. W. Steward, of St. .roaod, di od o Sd huiness, while the lunchsoo provided in the hall kept the ladies busy all the afteru..on. There was not a greza tatendance, o1 jthe leather lunged fraternity, buor thoase present seemed saetisfed. 2o0 stables D:avie and Cullinan had :ar easy job, as the crowd was in to'i good a humor with itself to -aus trouble. A protest in the Handicap took cosiderable time, but owing to the diffionlty in getting evidence, was evenSually withdrawn. In the Trial St ;kes, t. Brooks, rider oE Oj,. D,?,am, was fined 20-. for enlIeavc: in' to get uip on the inside withc:. h7ving .smlen" roomn. FJ'Ho,,a. are the detra'tshf STRIA.I STAK?IS W hite S~tokings, 9.0 (j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

H AVING receivtua ermzasien trhm the Wheat Curnmission I am pre pared to sell the following varieties of wheat:-- Federation, Darts, '~ \arden, Max XVhite, Buds Early. Orders will be booked early. Cash on delivery for Mlarch only, --11. H. Hunt, Unyuv. , -MPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING. A Public Mfeeting be held in Ouven Hall on Saturday, 17th March, 1917., at &.30 p.m., to discuss andi decide on the best means of disposing of moneys, re ceived and promised, of the District Sai diers Fund. All donors and collectors pr;icuLarly requested to attend. X. D. Mitchel, Ii. 1. Pickerng, Conreno-s. 1) ES'PECTA;iLE 3.Iderv nman wants i. wotrk for the ~o seasn suamp pirck ug cr shoot cutting on contracti Can anso cook and is wijing to do any kind of work Cannot milk. Address C.H.t tl?ds oftice. SHARiE Farming.-To Let on shares - • 3.and convenient to railway, channelI water, upply, no shoots, ploughe drill, and harrow, in areas to s~ui~ tenants.- App!y prumptiy to W. F. Allan, Gama THiE OUY-E...

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Mallee Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

Majtee Lands Available. The following ibalee allo??ments are available for select;ion up t;oSth inst. Application Eforms are av:rILble at this office: Parish of B&iuka, allot, 7, SL1 acres, 3rd class, 4. miles from Boinka. Pariah of Koonda, allot. 4, 6s85 acres, 2qd class, 7 miles from Tatye. Feceiog and clearing improvements, £66 Parish of Ya-pool, allot. 15, G1I acres, 1s class, 4 miles from 'Yat pool. Parish of W?I;he, alloti. 35, 641 acres, 2nd class, 9 miles from Hopre touo. Parish of Carwarp, allot. 9, 63G acres, 1st class, 6 miles from Car warp. Parish of Carwarp West, alIot. T, 640 :ares, 1st class, 4 miles iiomc C:;,srwarp; 2sli. 36, 63; acres, 4) miles frcm Caorwarp. Parish of Denying, ailot. 41, G6L acres, and class, 9 miles from Speed; allot. 28, 683 acres, 2nd class, 7 miles from Speed; allot. 34, 690 acreS, 3rd class, 3 miles from Speed. Parish of Boorongie, allote. 25, 73t acres, 2ad class, 9 miles from Ocyen .

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 March 1917

T.he e<w 1?, .;-- - ?r.. rt i " -e-? -w esdady', . -~~."e i4 L917. @ROBERTS -..- & - GI-LLESPIE, Opposite Post Office, "em=- '' Oke Stre, Ouyen. eA sT aND ST = IN = TLL = LINES. AG ENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FAInr IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. C.G d. ,ARTER, BUILDER 0F W?A O:NS, GIGS, BUGGI ES. CARTS, ETC. Address : HOPETOUN. Local Ageint :V. MI. GILLES;PIE. 3.JUYE4 SAWMILLS AND SUILDiNC SUPPLY TIMBE8 YARD. AYTON& HATFIELD, TIMBER ERC E : HANTS, ELACKSMITHS & WHEELWRIGHTS, GC-'ES-ST. OUYEN. Horses Carefully Shod. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. Faerails Conducted In Any Part Of The District Under Our Own Supervision. Oak and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. . J. J. MAITTHEWS, PLTJ1VMBER, PAINTER, PAERL ITANP~rE3R, EZTC., O~lE-ST., OUYEN. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. P. B RIT T, GTCNERAL COwnwl ssv-_NSSI%0? aGrENTP ROWE-ST., OUYEN. AGEX T FOR: Cornine Smnith and Co'.s "'Sickle" Bri: ,i M.,nnres; IL. V. Me EGa?y''e Iazoca umpl,ement-; Ltarling an' Sons; ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

Local and General. We are progressing slowly. After a good deal of wor ying. the service at Onyen post office is now contina ous from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, inclu ding Wednesday, but of course, ex cluding Sunday. - The mail arrange ments have been altered also, the hour of closing being now six p.m., instead of as previously S 30. As well to note this carefully. Next Sunday you have to put tlhe clock obck an hour. The 'daylight. saving ends then for the time at all events, and if some people have their waly, the time will remain standard next summer.. Anyhowv, don't omis to alter the clock next Sunday, or all :'gagements will get mixed. Wap.eup shire council meets at Ouyen on Friday night, and as there was no meeting ilas mouth, the busi ness sheet is certain to be heavy. Tomorrow nig?,h a special meeting of Ouyeo branch of the V.F.U. is to be held, the business being very im pcrtant. AllI members should attend, one item being to choose a candidate for the Wimmers at the elections ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

Church Services. MIETiHODIST. rvcst Thanksgwnng.-tiuderbool, 3 , r. Bird, 7.~0 p.m.. MIissionary. a- s-inging by children. Linga, 3 p , Missionary, 7 30 p.m., MIr. Bird. S provided at afternoon services. . CHURCH OF ENGLAD-'. ·Pab Sunday, April'st;fiT!RtevGc. :bi D uwnton, Th. L., will officiate as fol 'loi- --8 a.m-, Boinka (a.C.); 10 am, .nte (9 c.) ; 12 noon, Cowangie North 'i ); 7.30 p.m., Maurrayville. A'il 2nd :--7 a.m., Murrapville (.c.), $. , Xetshman's Plain. S' 1 3rd :-8 p.m., Linga. p .'il 4th :--S .a..., Linga (i.c.) ow Plains Sports T CANIVAL €i;1 i Monday, April 9th. ttEk.i..?E MONDAY) :r.rr at 12.2: u,'A:p. will be held on nl? , -.rti, Ground. Proceeds for Pa?Lt'cie Funds. Program. lioIusE EVENTS. er Itu . .Amatenr Riders Only) ideun Hiack R:I:-lst £3, 2nd £1, 6 103-c. u'?. *o10 . 34. : "? * w:r n?le Ha:tdiicsp--lst £10, 2nd £2, I 'feity I'y Race, 1-C2 a.u.-lst £3 ni IL 3irti 1s, -I fur. Xcii. 4s. *;' 4 Hn - I..ecap-Ist £6, 2nd £2, 5 fur. Intw.p Trot--tst £2,. 2nd 10s...

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Ouyen Sports Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

Ouyen Sports Gathering. That success which always attends thorough organization was the nat urIal outcome of last week's sports gathering at Ouyen. A good work ing committee, with secretarial duties carried out to a fine point, made as surance just as sure as is humanly possible, and as a consequence, there was:leftundone nothing which should have been- done. The entries were far above the average, and while the scrtchbing pen was freely used, still the fields were always large enough to have the public thinkiug hard in the effort to win from che books. Mostly the favorites won, but whether the" bags were lighter as a conse quence, no one but the holders of them could say. In the Trial Stakes, Rose Pink had to stand the ordeal of a probest, on the ground that a stake of.more than £5 h?ad been previously won, 'bunt the stewards, after hearing all that could be ascertained, dis missed it. Do.uglas, the protestor, lodged notice of appeal, so the V.R.C will have to se~tle the argument. ...

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Sports Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

Sports Gatherings. There shouid be a big crowd at W'alpeup to-day to witness the races as provided for so richly by the local race club. The entries for all events are good, and the class of horse is of the best the district-offers. A special train leaves Ouyen at 11 a.m., return ing at 7, thus making it most con venient for patrons trom here. -For those who can stay to see it out, a grand ball is proviaed for the even ing, and here there is certain to be a very big attendance. Easter Mcnday finds the Kow Plains (Cowangie) club -forwala with a fine varied programme, acluaring horse racing, pedestrianism, clay bird shooting, and miscellaneous events. Full particulars appear in our advertising columns, and you should read them.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

GROeERS, DRAPERS, IRON20NAERSq MERSWHHNTS, AND COM 7SSION AND MACHINERY AGENTS. Opposite Post O-ff~ice, . - Oke Street, Ouyen. e iEAPEST = AND = BiST = IN = ALL =LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING M'AKERS OF FARMI IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. C. G. CARTE R, BUILDER OF WAGGONS- GIGS, BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC. Address: HOPETOUN. Local Agent: W. M. GILLESPIE. ?iUYEN SAWMILLS AD BUILDIhNG SUPPLY TIMBER YARD. AYTON & HATFIELD, T"- R =. CHNTS, iLACKSMITHtS & WHEELWRIGHTS, BU?G-ifES-ST., OTU Y EN. Horses Carefully Shod. FUNERAL- CCONDUCTED. 'neprals Conducted In Anr Part Of The District Under Our Own Supervision. Oak and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. J. J. MATTHEWS, .PLUMBERI;~~~~W PAINTER, P E EhANG~-ER, ETC~,, OKE-ST., OUTYEN. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. P. BRITT, GrNE A COMIMISSION AGrENT, ROWE-ST., OUYEN. AGET FOR: Cuini_' Smith and Co'.s 'Sickle" Brand M;anures; Hi. V. Mc Kay's Eanmonus ImplT hents; biarlnr and Soni.' Gigs, Brngres, etc.; John )Darling ard Son. Wheat Ag...

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The Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

The Solcler!' Fund. There was an attehdance of over a score of people at the hall on Satur day night to discuss the disposal Cf Sthe funds in hend .nd picnised to Sthe District Soldiers" Fund. The matter was splritedly di?e u?-ea frcm all standpoints, and t\r tuClly it was decided by 11 votes to 8, that the fund be retained as at plestnt for theimmediate leliei of ugent cases, and the amount availabic, when re quired, be devoted as the nucleus of a fund for the erection of a ward of the proposed Ouy-en HEcspital, to be called the Soldieis' Ward. As to acreages promised, it is left with those who made the premises to re deem them, or not. There is at present on bar:d a :r im of £243, and wheat certificates aLtL kmises to be redeemed will add about £70 more. This does not include an amount in hand at Walpeup for the Soldiers' Fund, the disposal of which has not ye~t been decided on. There are a number of direct prcmises of cash and wheat towards the hospital fund, and the sooner these...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

PIOEERSTJR3J WAUPUiP GANI & S UUBJERT, ;GROCIR.s, DRA?PERS., AND IRONMUNQERS. SH.1FF. BRAN, POLLAURD. WIRE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS SAT CUiiiLNT RATES. PRICES RIGHT! QUAILITY RIGHT! -- SPECIAL PRPICES FOR CASH ORDERS-- ENCIES :-Beardl and Si~sr, Ch rene Smith, Internationtl, 3Mercntile Mutuai I. llnL? u e, and X | I:llnUres. SR. A. CALDOW & CO., (AUCTION EEL) " LAND, STOCK, & GENERAL COMMIAiSSID AGENlT, FARRELL-ST.. OUYEN. . SALES ? CDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. ,.AGC:'NTS FOR The Perpetual: Execntors and Trnttees Association ; Niolhnson and Morrow's Union Harve.sters and Drills.; B.Lrger's Discs: ?awling and Co's. Strippers, Winnower., W;agzons, Field Gte., Bar Lo:aders and Big Tracks; Colouial Mutual Lift As rano, Society; Australian Mhatnal Live Stoi:k; iaw:t-ky and Skate Patent :,'ilendetree ; Jas. Bell and Co., Wheat Buyers; Cliff and Bunting Chaffeuntters; V oloniil Mutualm Fire Insurance ; T. Craine and Co., Motor Car and Carriage Works; ahgaElw'. Wiirn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917

VICTORIAN - RAILWAYS. EASTER ~EXCURSIONi. Holiday Excursion Tickets (inter-sub urban excepted) will be issued to and from all stations fronm 3rd till O10th April (both dates inclusive), available for re turn on and after 6th April till 10th Mlay (inclusive). The journey must be com menced on the date of the ticket, and may be broken (see posters). On tickets bearing dates from 3rd to 5th April (in clusive) the return journey cannot be commenced till 6th April. GEO. H. SUTTON, Secrerar-. HARE Parming.-To Let on shares: IJ.and convenient to railway, chlannel water supply, no shoots, plough, drill, and harrow, in areas to suit tenants. Apply promptly to W. F. Allan, G~nma P.O. T7 ANTED, Price per 100 for carting 1 600) posts 6 miles to Galah rail way station.-Edwards & Adair, Mildura. W ANTEDL, teams to cart 2000 bags of vwheat immediatelv.--Thos. Dow sley. ?TrANTED, Mlan to cut shoots, about S 100 ac:ures. Apply, L. Hadenfeldt, .Valpeup. W ANTED. - Farm and Plant on S Shares. ...

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