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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

In Memoriam. BRODIE.--In loving memory of our dear little son Bruce, who died at Boinka on the 9th day of July, 1916. Twelve months ago he passed away Erom those who loved him dear; Still memory lasts the same today As though he still were here. -Inserted by his loving Mother, Father, and Sisters. Printed and published by Ray S. Ritchie, trading as Ritchie & Son, at the Ouyen MAIL office. Oke-street, Ouyen, in the St-te of Victoria. Telephotie No. 3. WVEDNES-, JULY 4, 1917

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

UXYEN. MONDAY, JULY 9 At Nitschke's Coffee Palace. Valpeup, Tuesday, July 10. 2nderbool, Wedlesday, July 11. urriayville, 12th and 13th ~r s ..,,. I·3 ~~j CONSULT ":: a< ot the la:rg.st dIItal pnrctices ii i- . "i Ira ,,L51 built p iIy good work i :, dith onr clients. CITY PRlCES. rii,, to::- th ?attended to at city prices. , Ii;-,-,: 11:· i*:. --t Ine;n.?,ct , d-tol-d te met,'Li,: . I - [ le, t-rry, anti inu Aperic n crI.,, a. --:F, are fllui! lighter tllhari , iclxtr" ,! mi'. They are so n:atural, A VH, DISCOVIERY. 1e ..is.ttccnawdctvry Inc the extraction of ,.th \ny :, ?,, et' u,, ,,'?h 0::: a he re.oxvd, or ,t il i ?. : -.rve, h-tc tt .i I t reltara t onl is lu>: or ateur etleets.. ,$?. *-t-u?ll.-.trsut.,ig1.Atrly lirltlltrO i1; .t 1 r -yit it lIurun't from Ot!L STAFF. 1'l :r't .-i-t ;a?dde?d to our s?aLf two Doctors ,, tr .t U.S.A. The?s. gentiemen ,· :,I Icu .:1 all the latest- appliances in OUI GUAIRAnTEE. *- vi! i\'l, yoi a wri:ten guairintee with c1 ,r, r-,i.;...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Victorian Farmers Union. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

IVictorian Farmers Union. There w Ls an attendiance of he tween 30 and 40 members at the us !i l mnrr'in:: of Oiyv-n hrri.ih' of rle Sabove b;,dzon S?;?crday, M(r. R. W. Pickerion (president) occupying the chair. -In reply -thMT&nd'erSea&tary" st that owing to the proximitv of the police starion to the post offi-e, i w;as not considered necessary to link the former up with the telephone ex Schange, at Ouyen. On the m tterof supplyin.i p-,iso - ed wheat for sparrow destructiou (if riot for mice), the shire coun.il wrill be asked to cooperate with the union. Galah branch notified that although it has been decided to nominate Mr. LeCouteur as a representative of the IUniodiTir the s~rit council, a mnajori .cy of che rhenbers'favoreIf the pre sent representatio.n.-On the sa-ne sunbjir, and in reply to a question as to proceedure where- tnore than one branch m.ade nominations, the Cen tral Executive deprecated anything that might c;tuse disseision at the present juncture,...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

Local and General. At Ouyen Police Court on Wed nesdday, Messrs Cooper and Rowe occupied the bench. E. J. Balding (trustee estate T. Kennedy) got a verdict against H. W. Harvey, for 1I5 15s lO10d, with £2 costs. The S.R. and W.S.C. were given ver dicts for rates as folIow :-B. J. Mulraney, 28s 3d; P. J. Dunkley, If4 Is id; A. O. Symes ?4 Os Id; E. M. Hay, 3 10s? 0od. In each case, costs amounting to O10s 6d were granted, Mr. Park represent ing the Commissign. , W. Greatz claimed 39s 6d from WV. J. Manley, and got a verdict with 17s 61 costs. WV. Nattrass sued R. Shard for £16 3s; verdict, with 26s costs. Kattyong residents are not giving the State Ministery any chances. A hall has been erected in that locali ty so that children of the settlers may have an opportunity of getting some education. There will be a big night soon for the opening, and doubtless people within distance will get along to help those en deavoring to help themselves. For Bronchlial Coughs, take . Woods' Great Pe...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen County Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

Ouyen County Court. Proceedings at the Onyen Cournty Court on WCednesday I:-.' were brief. Judge Winneke presided. Si: c?ses .verc listed, but most of them were settled. In the case of WairdE v. M'Arthur, in which plaintiff .claimed' S1, :L counter clim of £25 was ps in. by M'Arthur. Mr. Dn was for M'Ar~thur and Mr. XV[alker for W-rd. Mr. Don stated a settlemene-t ? been arrived at, Ward withdrawin~cg his claim and payin'g M'Arthur £25, ;vith costs. A case of Campbell v. G. L. Pi.rk ering was adjourned until nexst st ings, defendant paying I5 coar. Shearer and Co., claimed £65 for W. S. BooIey, being the price of a strip per, a~leged.to hatve been sold to de fendant anrod not paid for. Mr. Din /appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Wright-Smith to defend. From the sta~tements put io, it appeared the impl!ement had been burnt, and it was a question of difference as t what should be allowed for the ror tions returned and agatin made up into a working machine. After hebar ing arguments, but;...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

ERSeERS, DRAPERS, IRON iaGERS, ER2RANTS, AND eOMMISS1ON AND MASHINERY AGEMTs; AR-,OBERTS -- & = GILLESPI Opposite Post Office, e-"-P LOke Street, Ouyen. N /--F iAPEST A AND - IBE ST - IN - A/LL LINES. AGENTS ¶' FOR ALL THE LiEA]-YG M[AKERS OF FAAR1M IMPLEMENTS AND 1MAC HU"NY. I Say! Have you heard ot' Coter's Stores, OUYEN. ULNDERBOOL, LIN AI Give- them a Tri:l Order if you h,'w eb alsready done so, ahd you will n;t regret it. Oc~el k Here !-Prime Potatoes 2/3 ,nr, 9/6 btg (about 1½ cwt). Prine Osions 2/6 qr., 12/ bag. Prin,. C?haff, Poltard a.nd Bran at Low.r Ratres. Minifie's best Roller Flour, 20/ per 150 lbs. All GTroceries of the Primest anr -~.rhest. Drapery, Hardware, Croc-k ury, Boots and Shoes, Timber, G.i i;n;ke Iron and Wie, at chesIa. ers Good (Cleopatra) Gookic,: Cppes 7/ case, Good Eating Apphi-? e: case (Jonathan's). Potatoes. A -d IMake No Mistake About Them ! A. . '. Lord, . OTE STREET, OUYEN, (Premises recently occupied by J Chapman, butcher), Is Selling We...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

REGAN & SEJ-WJ3RT, (;ROCE~rLS, DRAt ERS, AND ItRONM' 'NGEts.. ~, ;:[.AFF, BRAN, POLLARD. WIRE OF ALl, DE:CRTPTIONS , AT CURRENT RATES. SpRICES RIGHT! QUALITY riiGiT! --'{SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.- StN:cu s:--Bleard :nd Sior:, Clarence S.nfih., International, jMef.rntifle 3r'~t?: Inslurance, and 1,?annre?. R. A. CALDOW & CO., ~P(A COTIONS LEE.) i"" LANDL, STECKR) GENERAL Ot3diaSIN A T, FAIRELL-ST.. OUUEN. SALES CONA~ TE3 IN ANY P~ART OF THE STATE. i- N£T. FOR Thl i-'erpet;u:?l -E ux?rret r· and ''rn-rtee4 Ar*ocittio~,n: Nhi-h.l -?on anti ;L: '.; on H.: i, r v [-[: r s.? :. -r-. :, D,'iiZ-: IU'.?rr .r'.? D'ies?: [;-wlint .' . ', ' s ,.. Stripper., ::,',-r , \';:g? Y , (Fi, ,.t, E.: Latet . and B ,g Tl'rick? : (',ltnial Muural , A.~oran.e StcitLy ; Aitr.tliar Mutuahl Live Stock; Hawky and Skate Patent ,ie1-i.rree n. EdI and Ce,., Wheat Bnyerr: Cliff antI Burting Clhaffcntter.; Xloni tnUal i~re Intrirance: I'. Cr:ninr* idal Cn . .Mot or Car anti tCarriac4e Worka a ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

CWalpeup Shire Council -----------o- I'n2 usual monthly meeting of the i aore body was held at Murrayviiie -~. Thursday, when there were pre seut Crs. Hecht (president), Picker cg. Biown, Manni?g and Mossop. COuRLSPOWDENC&. ,ianes A. Pryse, Nyang, sought pimo::ision so erect a verandah 12 ft. w;;- iL front of Nyang store. The permission was g.anted. and it will be weil for future applicants in the samoe township to remember that all verandahs will have to be she same ridtrI. In reply, the Railway Commission are stated that, to allow of a connec lioa with the S am. train from Mil durn at Ouyen Mondays, it would be necerssary [or the train to leave Pin n aroo at about 2.15 a.m. It would thus be .necessary to run a gocds train to perform roadside work, and this traffic did not justify. Reports irrdcae that the running of trains on th, Murrayville line has mnuch im pro?ed, and it is anticipated this re siul - will continue.-The letter was rec.ived with a big tinge. of amuse rnr~...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 July 1917

. -i care c.anr:ot a' used in seleect 3 bru~edze, se tot **hbiLtr?I. It ,!? cmant to tafke, contain no L tanwe and be mrost '-ff'etn&. Q . e'si 4.·'~~'ng %·!iuedy inves·, th···r : s and 1" favorite with the a - .onng ,-ildren e;erywht;ere. rywher-. IWo~ds' (3r~at L'epp.wrniin4f'J:ire, I Fr (Juuyh~ andH C 01413. ever- tiail; 1s, &I RK -Salh .-- anae seated Harling Engg. in gol or ler. Geo. White, Tempy. FOR Sale.-God Farmi, two miles front railway stati-n. For particu lars apply "A Brgaim," /o M. Fitzger ald, Ouyen. OR Sale.-Fed-ral Mannre, dry, in quantity, at depot, Oke-st, Ouyen. AI. Fitzgerald, IiORf Sale.- Draught Stallion. Dick - Hamilton, G<wvernment Certicate, Or wounld exchange for useful nares or colts. R.A. Calhiow. L|OST.- Mislaid at Cowangie Sports Easter MInliay, Double barrelled Hollis breach loacinlg Gun. Finder re warded on returning to G. M'Cracken, railway station, 11alpeup. "T OST.-Two draught ba- foals colt J. and filly white taces, als...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

Local and General. On 19th nlt. a hearty welcome home was accorded Pte. W. Dowdie at the weekly Pops. •Mr. W. A. Ritchie actedais-ifhairmnan and in a characteristic speech, accorded a sincere we!come to the returned soldier. Mr. A. Cooper supported the chairman's remarks, and.spoke earnestly of the need for volunteers to fill the gaps. The evening passed off very pleasantly. Our Linga correspondent tells of a disastrous fire on the farm of, Mr. Norman Peter on Sunday week. The stables, with six horses, har ness, g?g and some implements were totally destroyed, while it is doubtful if a seventh horse can be saved. As many of our readers know, the nffortunate settler:is a returned soldier (one of a fighting family), qnd being just a starter on the land, the loss is particularly severe. A movement has been started to raise funds to help Mr. Peter along, and we have already received from Mr. G. A. Stevenson, of Lifga, A2 2s. We will be pleas ed to receive and acknowledge as many more as ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

[DENTISTRY.I , T. W. BROWNBILL. MLLDURA AND MlARYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental I3oarl of Victoria) jll visit Ouyen the Third Wednesday e crv month. and may be consulted at; .Valsh's Commercial House. ~si.--Corner Langtree Aivenue and Eighth Street, Mildur-a. - 1NEXT iYft.lTs ii' ,,,;sInsJlay, June 20. I 2. W. J. O'KEEFE, _ EXPIART OPTICIAN, 13 CassellI street, Hawksburn. -i1i:tur Onyen and along the Murray -ilc ole regularly Every Six Weeks. cis atI:icial light or the sun try your Eyes? so le- t e make yon a pair of Sir Wil u ak.,:e-'s Glasees, which I. have Iately introduced. his ".,nderful Glass filters and neutral es all Zhie harmful rays that emanate 0:i arli cital or any form of light Be i rvacticallv non-tinted, it does not tcr col,:r values, nor is it unsightly to wear at any time. Icl ot Ice andl let me demonstrate the ,Iy ,,:tr advantages os this new Glass. \CC _RACY GUARANTEED. ,:::? ub:r Th:s-I call regularly every 1 :?:v.. (watch the dates),and cthange I.ec.-.s free f...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

GRHCi(RS, DRAPERS, IRONMOAGERS, nIERHANTS, AND eOMMISS19O AND MAeHINERY AGENTS. ~OBERTS - & - G4LLESPB., Opposite Post Ofic, O-fO Oks reet, Ouyen. eHEAPEST AND -- BEST IN = ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE EADING M~AKERS OF ]FARM IMPLEMENTS AN]D MACHINERY. I Say ! Hiave you heard of Cotter's Stores, OUYEN., UNDERBOOL, LINGA. Give them a Trial Order if you have cs. already done so, abd you will not regret it. Lo~olk Here !-Prime Potatoes 2/3 yr, 9/6 h-.g (about 1½ cwt). Prime Onions 2.6 qr., 12/ bag. Prime Chaff, Pollard and Bran at Lowest 1Rates. ~inifie's best Roller Flour, 20/ per 150 Ibs. AII Groce' re of the Primest and Freshest. Drpery, Hardware, Crock ery, Boots and Shoes, Timber, Gal vfLised Ion and Wire, at cheapest rates. Good (Cleopatra) Cooking Apples 7/ case, Good Eating Apples Sj ense (Jons?ban's). Potatoes. ~An ?Rake No Mistake Albout Them! A. E. Lord, ROWE STREET, OUYEN, (Prsemises recently occupied by J. Chapman, butcher), 1s Selling Western District Potatoes ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

Orange Blossoms. Owing tovarioul csuses the fol lowing report has been delayed, bau will still :mrry a deal of inteir.t oU ac,;unr, of the circumstances. On; Auil 4 last, there was celebra ted at Wldp'-up a very preity wed din', and the popuralit, of the par.. in, which frieios acoWved)?pprecila tion. The Contr:'utiug parties were Mr. Herbert Dean, of Nyan'g, anud fourth son cf Mrs. R. Dean, Dim hooli, and .iiss lMay Hohiob.s, eldet daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs; of Walpenp. The bride was tastefully attired in embroidered masii r with the eustoumay wreath and veil, and made a pretty picture. Miss :I. 'Thomas and Miss E. ilHbbbs, as bridesmaids, tempted the eye in em broidered voile and embroidered muslino respectively. Mi. J: Dea, was best man, and niade no error of the part, being capably supported by Mr. Les. Booley as eroomstrean. rhe Rev. W. Waiters,. of Ouyen, per formed Ihe ceremorny, and it was no ticeb!e how closely the attendant;s followed the service; m:aybe with an. eye...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

,& e ,InB'RT, (ROCErS. D rAPE!>, AND IREJNMONGERS. ; W;:'I.XFF, BRAN, PO'LLARD. WIRE OF ALL DE-CRIPTIONS AT CURRENT RATES. PRg: ICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! -SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.- '',,GEN'CIES :--Bea;rd and Sisson, Clarence Smith, International, Mrercantile 3attua! ', " "InsuLLra:ce, and Marnre. .i , A. CALDOW & CO., (A CCTION , ~EE.) LAND, -STiC, & OENERAL CO MIJSSImN AGENT, :. : ·· FAR?I EL|L-.T., OLYEN. ' SALES CC U-T-D I ANY PART OF THE STATE. r(':NT ) ,. T':, , Perpetnal lExector- and Trnstee· As~o,?ir tin: Nichols.on and ,r, ,in .... :::" . . :'-?. D E : ! Prrgr'= Disc-' ..awlin- ...:.. ','s. Strippers. }}j-,ee-,, \ lO,., t' ( I artes, Ba. L uer, and By Tr,:,- . 'inial 3Munral s.s: ?`" .u. rance SociPty; Australian In. tiai Live Stoack ; Ha:wkv :ni Skate k'atent 'L .Min,~ reet - .I;t. I-II andt Co., Wheat Bayers; Cliff and Bnntinm Chaffentters; 4'i,;d- Mintual Ftire Insurance: ' . Craine and Co., Motor C:ar and Carriage WVorks; -':" aw's 'Wi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Shire Of Walpeup. REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

Shire Of Walpeup. REI'ORTS. ,ecretary and Collector.-Mr. J. E. Sinnock reported having collected £1377 7s 1ld. The positions of rid ings showed East £1150 6 10d;: West, £217S 3s 54, sach credit. Treasurer.--Mr. W. D. Mitchell reported the general account to be in credit £3342 2s 3d, and Loan No.2 £100 5s 3d . Finance.--Accounts amounting to £1S9 /IfS were passed for payment. Health oflicer.-Dr. Lindsay re ucorted the gineral health of the shire :o be good. In the matter of the mice destroyed he recommended Lhey be bTurie-d with quicklime. GINEIRAL BUSINESS. :Cr. Pickering moved that applica tions for the position of Clerk of Works for the East Riding be in vited returnable up to 14th inst., such applications to be called through the Ouyen "Mail." Seconded by Cr. Brown and carried. Cr. Pickeriog moved that a letter Kof condolence he forwarded to NlIs. A. A. Perverill on the loss of her hus band. He was sure the East Riding councillors would agree that the late Clerk of Works was an e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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In Case You Forget. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

In Case You Forget. In the course of h? address at Ouyen, Mr. Hagelthorn told his audience that they should pass a vote of thanks to the Binks for coming along with'the cash for the wheat. That is as it may be, hut did it ever strike you that thanks are due to the local institution for the assistaoc given to help farmers in connection with the pool? In the course of conversation after the meeting it transpired that a sys tern was innagurated at that Bank at the inception, and this is how it works i out saving the farmer the trouble of keeping records of his whea- . I e ageii ioiwaruas iao se iatn the interim receipt, the items are Sentered up fully on a card, one of !which is kept for every client when the certificate is received it is care. fully checked with the particulars al ready listed, the amount is entered Sup and a record taken as to whether the surplus certificate is held by the Bank or the Wheat Commission the amount is passed through the client's account and he in turn i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

Death. VALLANCE.-On July 2nd, at St Ar-1 naud, Villianm Vallance (late of Bur nell; dearly loved husband of Mrs. Valance, of St. Arnaud. Aged 59. Berea.venmnent N?otice. THIE Family of the late Mrs. Kemp de . sire to tender siltncere T1HANiC to the many friends for kind expressions of sympatlhy in their recent sa-d bereave ment. and to Dr. Lindsav, BMrs. Jas. Mc Lean. alnd others fer kindness anL1 altien tiedti during her long illness..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 July 1917

For constipation Chamberlain's 'Tablets     for the stomach and liver are excellent.   Easy to take, mild and gentle in effect give them a trial. Sold Everywhere. FI.r Brrlonhial Cnoughs, take \Xuod(i' Great !Peppetfint Cure, Is. 6d. Great Caesar'- Ghost ! Poor wasted frame, h, I.t Ic;.e rnl vigmzr did p?s~es-, Can'LIIt be ja man in e?'e but nlame, Hii, cough Iha.s broughilt him such distre_ Tihe undert;aker sali!e -, to think Next winter'- col! he'll not, endure; h.' re'er ay i"ie, but take a drink Of W\od-- Great -'eppermnint Cure. AUTIzON.--AI2 stock found trespas sing on Block 9. Timberoo, known as ValJance's:, will be impounded without further notice. A. A. Drendel. T-OR Sale.-Springing Cows and Hei fers. Apply t'. Little, Ou een . TOR Sale for removai by tender cios ' in 28th July, 4-roomed W.i.B. Cot tage, St. Arnaud, pine lined, iron roof, verandahs, without feucing. Particulars and conditions from William Iitchell, Solicitor, St. Arnau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

1villi Be Held At Walpeup Hall i riday, 27th July in aid of Roman Catholic Church. ;lies of Congregation Provide Refresh mnents. .Idchre 1/, Dance 3/. T. J DOTHERTY , Hon. Sec. State Rivers and Water Supply onmmission. I PPLICATIONS are invited from Steamsters for work on the Onyen iannnel. Sections are within easy dis nce of the town. F. T. HOLT, Engineer, S.R. and W.S.C. Chinkapook. Shire o0 Walpeup. Eas3t Rjiding.'PL renders for the following works I be received up to Friday, ly 27th : RE-ADVERTISED. Contract No. 41.--On road Walpenp to Ouyen. Contract No. 42.--On road Walpeup to Yellumjip. Contract No. 43.--On road Walpenp to Yellumjip. Contiact No. 46;--Bounidary road Wagant and Woornack. ontract No. 47.-At Block-2 Kia." 'Ians and specifications may be in at Post Office, Walpeup, and ire Office, Ouyen. Tenders to be addressed to Sec :ary, Shire Office, Ouyen, and ist be accompanied by a deposit 5 per cent. By order of the Council, A. E. LAITY, Clerk of Works. West Riding. Contr...

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Those Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

Those Rabbits. Our Yatpool corresponrden is'fi. choked offt: Sir,-"Wheatgrower" wants tc know where the man on the tan& comes in, in the matter oa rabtbi. le says he presumes your corres pondent is not a wheatgrower. But. he is, and has blocks around hir. which have not been occupied :eo. Some are held by soldiers at the frczt, and others were only recently tazkec up. Thus it is just as had as if re served, "Wheatgrower" says the facmer is put on the land to grVwT wheat, and has to pay rates and taxe So he has, and one of the tazes - for destroying rabbits-or, perhaiprs more correctly speaking, to pay czi cials who supervise that work. Et used to cost £75,000 a year to athemp to cope with the pest; now the J-r trappers in this district citch on anr average 2000 pairs of rabbits a day, and it does not cost the man on the land one penny. Send those -5Q =: out with the poison cart·s, and tcI rl , how long would it take to cet> those 2000 pairs? And the co-; o those men would...

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