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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

Local and General. What about that account you got from us? Better have it at tended to. Following Mr. Sampson, M.P., Senator Barker was scheduled to address the electors at Ouyen on Wednesday night, but evidently he considered there were more votes to be cajoled elsewhere. The Senator arrived at the station by train from Mildura, and after a little private conversation, gave an address of about ?5 minutes' dura tion to those who were fortunate enough to be on the station, and went off again per train. The burden of his speech was that there is no need for conscription to win the war.--Will. A. Ritchie, Ouyen. The Ouyen Hospital movement is receiving a fillip all round. At Tempy a bazaar in aid of the funds is to be held in June, and sports gatherings to come are cer tain to return a good sum for the same object. it cannot move too quickly now. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermiat Care, ls. 6d Fhe 'Journal of Agriculture" for April is to hand, and it con tains a splend...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

3ports and Race Club. F.I IST CARNIVAL TW ILL BE HELD ON E~iPIRE DaY, T,-HURSDAY. 24th MAY, '17. Ha;l Proceeds To Underbool Bunsh n:rsin:g Associauron. HORSE EVENTS. UNDER RULE 54 V.R.C. TROPHIES ONLY. AMiATEUR RIDERS. fri li:anicap. First £3, second £1. ,ve rtnr \mn. 4/. ,,Jder1,1,l lhandicap First £S, second £21. Six fur. Nom. 6/. Indieap tFu"y ihoe, 14.2 a.u. Firs[ £.3, secound £1. "our fur. Nom. 4;. ring Hlan.diiap. .First £6, 'econd £1. FWve fu . N. a.i/ }istrict Maiden Hlack Race. First £2 10. second 101. Horses to be bona fide property of nominators for at least three months, and to Ie within a radius of 20 miles of Underlool. Five fur. Nom inatio?' 31. lost. FOOTRACING. Maid-n, 100 yds. 1st £1, gift of MIr. gn- WI'D maid, 2ud 5/. Nom. 11. Sh,.,theld Handicap, £5. 1st £4, 2nd £1. 30Syc Nom.5. 440 V.-. 1st £2. 2iad bag of wheat, gift f ,Vr. W Wall. Nom. 2/. Old I:nffers' Race, 75 yds. 1st bag of heat, gift of the President. Noom. If. Emni., for Trial Stakes. Underbool andi,: p...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Death Of Mr. W. Farrell. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

Deat.h Of Mr. W. Farral:. To each and every 'nan is allotted a work which should occupy his lifetime. Some there are who do a portion of this task; some there are who perform perhaps half of what should be their share; some there are who turn down the wrong path, and not only neglect their task, but put the burden-and the blame-on to others. But there are some who carry out, not only their allotted task, but that also of the shirker and wastrel. The lives of some are cut short, even in the fulness of their work ; others toil Iceaselessly from the inception to far past the allotted Biblical span, striving to leave the world (as we know it) the better and brighter for their efforts. To this iastnamed belonged Wii;tm Farrell. With a persistency which will keep his memory a b!es=e I remeinbrance for generations to come, the great mind and active body strove to improve the conditions of mankind, at least in the 'fallee and Wimmera por tions of Victoria. It was not in one direction only t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

Federal Elections. The :"te rr.a l-r c for te Fed eral Pr)an4)-et" take pl-aee on Satur dIty ti-X. v., fr g:; the H1uae of Rrprvtr -'r~trA;, It.' " oucerned the Wzmt~I:;rrcm., it- on-rice there, biut for the Sernte triers' eare c-ven cacai dates for the tr~e e ic a. We give them !tr eFprahce&Itt~a order a they will appear ore the ballot paper. A to patrttc, C('ot. 'ttc 'Jessrs. Fair bairn w'" i Ptaio) are the Hughes Cook i ft lower- ; NIr-tiJr . Barker, Bisikie and McKsscok the sitring seealors, and Mee3 Vx.te, (doJasts is Ia ha own, eo Y':u3 Can pLease yourself Cs to what tbree 7ou will ielect. arer Le - i-reo Barker, Blaikie, Bolton, Fairbairn, Goldstein, McKissock, Plain. Will A. Ritchie is the writer, and his address is Oke-street, Ooyen.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

GRcE??iS, DRAPERS, IRONMONGERS, MERCHANTS, .AN?D T COI.1SSION AND MACHINERY AGENTS. ;ROE~RTS = & = G LLESPI E - Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen., el-IE:2PEST = ND = BEST = IN - ALL = LINES. . AGENTS. FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND 3MACHINERY. h ARI1ANT MOTORS, PTY. LTD. are open to applications for FORD CaR AGENeY for Tenp_,. Spi:cd. Turriff, and Nandaly A Local Testimonial - One of Many. Sieia, 12th Feb., 1917. 2fA[. I. FrITZGEEALD, Ecfc- Agent for ltona?lodn Bro-. & Tippett's Famous Austral Oil Engines. hesnr Sir,-Havicg some experience with t;e HIonald=on Bros. anid Tippett Austral Oi, Engine that I purchased from Mr. G. Itowe, of Ouyen, I can safely s-y that if hSe farmers only knew the economic value an, running cost of the Austral Oil Engine 4ti~ waou!d buy n: ether. You car. une this in any way you like, Wishing you every success.-Y, urs faithfully, W. T. MIORRISH. State Accident Insurance Office. Workers' Compensation Act. Farmers w...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

Ouyen Race Club. The attendance at the meeting on Saturday night to revive interest in the Ouyen Race Club was not com mensurate with what might have been expected. Mr. G. D: Brown was voted to the chair, and Mr. R. A. Caldow (in the absence of Mr. R. Lawson, who was in Murrayville) read the minutes of the last meeting, held some three years ago. There is a vacancy on the commit tee of management of the course, and Mr. Brown was chosen to fill the position. The secretary will apply to the authorities for date ef gazettal of the racecourse reserve, and also that of the committee of management. A letter from the Railway Commis sioners, attached to a plan, was read. This asked if there was any objection to a drain being run through the re serve to help fill the new railway dam. After inspection, it was de cided to inform the Commissioners that if the drain was run on the lines as laid down by Mr. J. P. O'Keefe some four years ago, there would be no objection, but if a new line was sugg...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

PIONEER S317I3S,_WALPEUPU GROCEWy. DRA PERS, AN D IRONMSONGERS. CHAFF, BRAN. !'LLARD. WIRE OF ALL DECRIPTI 'NS AT CURRENT RATES. PRICES RIGHT! QUALITY R i-GHiT -- SPECI \L PRICES; FOR CASH ORDERS.- GENCIES :--Bard auni, Sis?on, Clarence Smiti), International, Mercantile Mutn Insura ce, and Mlanures. (A UCTIONER.) LAN1D, STO.K, & GENERAL O? iA1ISStON AGENT, FALRRELL,-ST., "1IYEN. SALES 8C ,JNUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. SAGENT, FO: r,- , petu:tl Execcitrrs on,l rllstee. Association; Nicholsoa and 3lo'rr w's Union Harvest r" and Drill- B R trr's Dike' ; 1swiin, andg (a;o's Strippers. TVinnowers, WXVgcien. Fi.'l( G:re-:. Ba': Lc-aer- and Bad tgTrnck ; Colonial ?atrn:al i£ik Aa?nran' ... ci-ry: A,rtrali:t, \lnrn:al Live Stoek; ii:wkv and Skate Patent winfgletree's; ohs. Bell-l :lti Co., Wheat BRu:er.; Cliff .a?n, Bun.ing Cbhaffentters; aoloni d Mutual; Fire Ins,trice : T Craine and Co., Motor Car and :Carriage Works; ?:'L.shaw's Winnowers ~ V?c:nnm Oil 'oy.: Triumph Plow Coy....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Tutye Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

' Ttye sports. IFavored by a fine warm day, and the fact that wheat script was selling I SfreeL, the Tutye sports gathering on Wednesday last proved a most suc L's??. ftinctic-. The special train 'i:,ic Ouyen carried a large crowd, :hI bookmin at Onyen alone number iC, t0p, while every station, without ?cepti'on, added its quota. From all acrourd, the people flocked, and as Lh. e aLsis for the various events were -ate, a most enjoyable day was spe` A feature of the program w s ~ne almost entire absence of the scr:.tching per, a fact which speaks highly of the handicapping. The -irebea in the majority of instances were close, and while there were a couple of protests, these were for minir complaints, and were promptly -di= missed. The only regrettable in, cident of the day was a false start in the 'lyi~g Handicap. the ultimate result being different to the publihc estimation. The officials of the club all worked well. and the secretary, Mr. W. K. Bridge, showed an aday tability for t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

I Walpeup Snzre council. SThe usual mao chly meeting of the Sabove body as haeld at Murrayvill ca Thursday, there bcirng present, Crs. Hecht (pres:deat), Manning, Glen and Mossop. CORRE-POUNDCENCE. The Department of Agriculture asskec for a nommnation for the posi tion of fruit toppin-z inspector, and the secretary Mr J. E. Sinnock was named. D. T. Guiney, Galah, asked that the fencing on the deviation tbrough block 10, Kia, be fixed up, and Cr Pickertng will attend. Uoaerbool branch of the V.F.U. askea for co-op-,atlon n iendeavoring to yet a daily tramn on the Murray vilhe Ilre, and its.) tre alteration of tche tituableta to ti: in with the fast irain tr, m Ouyeu. On the motion ot Cas. Muot-sp i,,d Glen, it was de c:dea, to draw asttention to hte abnor ma, d-lays wbica ,,reof such frequent Sccur aenoce on this lion, a ad urge that the train service be improved, as well ,tý t.vntg ItE - a r.nectiion made with thoe ltat tiail.t. p hf- n. '1he sr-mel t.ouy asrked that three ,t;bet la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 May 1917

A Remedy for Croup 'i:ha is safe Croup is the most p ev, l.-"t diuring ti;e dry cold weather of the e:zly winter nrinths. Parents of young '-ii dren hli utld e pre pared for it. All that is needed isa Iottle of thamberlain'. Congh Remedy. M,ny mothlrs are never without it in their homes. It is not only a eafe and h.trmless m* dicine, but the l?et in use for eougbs, colds and croup. Sold everywhere. Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines.-I you w:ant to contribute d reetly to the oc eurrence of capillary bronchitis and pner. monioa, use cuugh medieines. that contain edine. m.orj hine, heroin and other seda tives, when vcTn have a ^rongl: or cold. Anr expect..rant like Chambrerlain's Coughi P.-medly is what is n'.-oded. That clears ,.ur the rn:thre bedls or Ihr,.erling Iplar? - ftr t Ir ernru of pneumaoni:a and other germ Idie?e-ee.. That is why pneumonia never reruits from a cold when uhamberlain's 'ougeh Reni-dy i- used. It has a world wide reputation fo- its cr es. It contains oc. rui,rpui...

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Appreciation. TO EDITOR OUYEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

Appreciatwon-. TO EDITOR OCrYE.N MAIL. Sir.-At a meeting of the Vctorianr, farmers' Union (Walpeup Brtnch) held on Saturday last, i: was decided to forward you this public le~tr . 'We, as farmers of Walpeup, and members of the V F.U., desire to thank you for the report given in the Onyen M.ai of the meeting held in Onyen at.which thb district council was formed, and also for the way you study the farmers' jnterests. JOHN B. MEAD, Secretary, T. Hf. CREGAN, President. Walpeup Bracch V. .U.

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Yatpool Yarns. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

Yatpool Yarns. The annual meeting of the Yatpoo! Red Cross Society was held on Fri day. The balance sheet for the pre vious year showed a profit of £55, and it was decided to continue for another year, but the number of coin mittee was reduced to six-three ladies and three gentlemen. Mr. Ure waselected president, but it was only after considerable trouble that a secretary was obtained, Mr. A. J. Furey eventually reluctantly accept ing the position, Mr. E. O'Reilly agreeing to act as assistant. For the committee, Mesdames J. Wood, O'Reilly and Leamon, and Messrs. E. and T. Wood and Mr. Montrose, Messrs. McMahon and J."Wood de clining nomination. It was decidedI to hold' an all night dance on May 30. Settlers havie just made a start at cropping, hot many are inclined not to put in any at all, claiming tbhey have not received justice from the Wheat Pool or the Government. The main ground of objection is the price at which the wheat was sold--4/9 per bushel when toe price was 10/3 in Am...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

GROeERS, DRAPE, iRONMBKaNGERS, MERCHRNTS, AND OMi3MISSI OIN AND TMACHINERY AGENTS. PaBERS =- & = GILLESP1 ,A : Opposite Post Office, --~-.: Oke Street, Ouyen. HEAPEST = ANRD = B?BST = IN = ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE EADING MAKERS OF -FARM IMPLEMIENTS AND MLACHI-NERY. - - 'I ARRNT MOTORS, PTY. LTD. Are open to applications for FORD G?AR GENEY for Te?-xy3-, .SeLd, Turriff, and Nandaly A Local Testimonial - One of Many. 7 ieg'a, 12lh Feb., 1917. imR. M. FITZGERIALD. Sole A=ent for lRom;!dil n Brow. & Tippett's Famous Anstrat Oil Engines. Dear -ir,-Having some experience with the Ronsld-on IBrs;. and Tippett Austral Oii KeIgine that I purciased from Mr. G. HAwe', ot (n'en, I cani saely sty that if the tarmers only knew the economic value and rauianl? t-oa- of the Au.tral Oil Engine they wov t" ;i iy no other. You can use thi.- i. any way you like, Wishing you every eu-cc-.-Y. urs faithfnily, W. T. MORRISH. Stale AeIident Insurance Office. Workers' Compensation Act. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

*:· ~jts P~roochzi ;(i Ju~hJ, take *· Wwi.'ic (~reL Pepperm~int Cuore, Is. Cd. *TOR Sale.-Mallee Allotment, Lease 1 hold, within mile of railway sta tion; well improved. Price and terms on application to Bargain, MA~rr, office. iOR Sale.--(Good Farm Horses, also a ' IMassey Cultivator. Apply M, Tho mas, Kauttyong. TENDERS are invited for plowing 200 acres of /allowing. Particulars Sfrom A. Dowsley. Onyen. HEAT Scrip.-Highest prices given for wheat scrip, old and new. J. P. Britt, Onyen. HEAT SCRIP.-Old or new pur- I chased in any quantity. Highest market rates and prompt settlement. In- I quire for C. Dennis, Cuyen. WHEAT SCRIP. Sellers communi cate with us. We have buyers for both old and new scrip at highest market rates. Lindley, Walker- & Co. Ltd., Brokers, 19 Quneen-st., Melbourne. HEAkT SCRIP. W. Johnson, gen Seral agent, Onven, isa buyer of Wheat Scrip, old or new, in any quantity i TOTICE is hereby given that after Sthe expiration of fonrteen days from the publicatio...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

PIONEER STDRES, WALPEUP, eREGflN & SSHUEBRT, .? GtC~uC9E-:i, D:tAi'ERS, AND 1RON.SIONGERS. GfHAFF, BRAN, 'OILLARD. WIRE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT CURRENT RATIES. c pXCeS RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! -SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.- GENCIES :-Beard and Sis.on, Clarence Smiti, InierrnationaI, MIerca;ntile iiatual Insura~tce, and Manures. R. ?. CALDOW & 00., (AL 'CrION EER.) LANDH, STOGK, & .ENE:AL D8iMAM1ISS1DI ADGENT, iAhiELL-ST., OUYEN. SALE$ ??i3n3D TED IN ANIY PART OF THE STATE. AGE"TS FOR The Perpetual E:xccutors and Trustees As5ociation; Nicholson and Iorrbw's Union Harvest,,rs and Drill-; ?arger'.s Dinscs; Rawling and Co's. Strippers, Vinnowers, eWgons,YgS Fiell G.,, ~; Loader; and Big Tracks; Colonial Mutual ,ife Assurance society: Australian Mutual Live Stock; Iiawky and Skate Patent BwingetreeC- Jas. Bell and Co., Wheat Buyers, Cl;ff and Bunting Chaficutters; Cuknail Muteal lFire Insurance: T. Craine and Co., M.I 1or Car and Carriage Works; $ah:aw's Winnowers ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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East Riding Election. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

East Riding Election. Those of the ratepayers whoZ. names appear on the roll for last year will be called on on Saturday, 19th inst., to choose a councillor in place of the late Cr. Farrell. There are two candidates in the fiield, viz., Messrs. G. D. Brown and E. J. Glowrey. The announcements of their candidature appear in our ad vertising columnss, and ratepayers will have an opportunity of judging of the policies of each. Public meet ings to hear the candidates expressH their views as to what they counbider is the best policy for the council to pursue in the future, will be held at the various centres on dates men tinoned. I he contest is sure to be a good que, as each of the candidates is well known throughount tha Riding Mr. Brown makes a strong potIl ,,i the fact that, his residence being i' the town, he is always available to ratepayers, irnd claims thus that he. is prepared to fight for the xights of all ratepayers Irrespective of what part of the riding they reside in. The p...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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V.F.U. OUYEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

V.F.U. OUYEN NBRANCH. Cantrary to exp etations, the at tecdance at the meeting of the above branch on Saturday, was only moder ate. M1r. A. W'. Co per wmas voted to the chair. ihe secretary reported the result co the Bendito conference, and also thast at the Prime .Minister's meeting m: th:?at city he had denied the state mert that farmers hbd received 4/ y'-r .bushel. HTe also reported on thua result of the Ouyen conference, add ing that the call of 2/ per member was cow due. ?On the motion of Mesers McRae c .nd Emmett, it was decided to pay { the amount into the credit of the District Council. ,Owing" r the small attendance, it Y asdecided, on the motion of Mes- i are. Henderson and Hancock, that a general meeting be held on Saturday, 19Thi inst., for the purpose of electing a representative to the District Coun cil, and general business. A he.rty vote of thanks was acccr ,ed the secretary for the able manner i in hich he h:nad represented the branch at the Bendigo conference, ar?...

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Ouyen Hospital Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

Ouyen Hospital Fnrd.. The following donaticns promised to the above m'noemenr may be paid to Messrs. W. D. Mitchell, Onyen J. J. Nuit3, Walpeup; A. S. Day man, Couangie; W. T. Manley,Pan itya, or may be sent direct to this office: SW. A. Ingwersen, Park aLd Don, 3. H. Hunt, R. A. Caldow, Geo. Val entine, M. Fitzgerald; J. P. Britt, A. J. O'Loughti,, A. W. Beer, 10j6 each. J. E. Wandel, W. Arbuckley R. Penny, W. J. Wills, J. A. D. Steele, D. Fortune, R. Brooks, P. G. Stewart, F. Cooley, 21/ each. J. Kavanagh 5/. G. Bonulon, 3 bags wheat; F. Fry 2, J. J. Smith 2, E.J. Robertson 1, C. H. Dorrnngton 2, J. T. Denigan 1, D. McGrath 2, E. Clarke 2, A. T. Guest 1, A. P. Fordes S, J. Johns 2, A. Robertson 1, A. Jacob 1, R. Anderson 1, F. Yetman 1. J. W. Lewis 1, J. Blight 1, A. S. Dayman 1, F. E. Southwell 2, D. McCabe 1, W. Kavanagh 1, W. J. Mead 1, J. Besnetts 5, W. P. McCahon 2, B. H. Holland 1, L. McRae 2, W. T. Manley 1 acre. There are other collecting lists which we would be pleased to...

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Ouyen Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

Ouyen riace Club. There was a ·plendid attendance at the mr~ning of the above club on Satnrday night, Mr. W. D). Mitchell presidine. The onlty itemr of correspondence v-as n lettar from Mr. R. Lawson, re siging: his position as secretary, C uno g to the fact that he would only he prtsent in Ouyen at week ends. Prior to the resignation being dealt 'ith, the ,metrary stated the course w:s duly gazetted in January, 1914, and the names of the committee of management sent down to the Lands Sdepar3tment soon after. The chair man moved, and Mr. Steele seconded, at t?he resignation be accepted with regret and a record be made on the mnnutes of appreciation of the ser vices of Mr. Lawson. The motion I ss carriod una?imously. On the motion of Messrs. L. ·i'Rae arind O'Keefe, the s cretary's sal-ry was fixed at £10 per annum, i and Mr R. A. Caldow was unani znonsly eiectcd to the Fposition. S The election of office bearers for the ensurng year was then proceeded . vith and resulted as follcws ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 9 May 1917

[DENTIST&Y.1 i - W. BROWNBILL MILDURA A)D MIARYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria. ) ~li visit Ouyen the Third Wednesday every month, and may be consulted at Walsh's Commercial House. dss.-Corner Langtree Avenue and Eighth Street, Mildura. NEXTVISIT: WV' resd cly, .1iay I6. mr W 3. O'iEEFE, :_ XPERT OPTICIAN, - 13 Cassell street, Hawksburn. ,Vi?.sitg Ouyen and along the IMurray Sivil line regularly Every Six Weeks. ces artficial light or the sun try your Eyes? f so let me make you a pair of Sir Wil ~n Crooke's Glasses, which I have lately introduced. i s wonderful Glass filters and neutral es alI the harmful rays that emanate em artificial or any form of light Be SFractically, oin-tnted, -t dC?e not ter color values, nor is it unsightly to wear at any time. 11 on me and let me demonstrate the iny other advantages os this new Glass. i? .CCURACY GUARANTEED. ecneemnier This-I call regularly every Weeks (watch the dates), and change Lenses free for three years. ?...

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