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Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

Ouyen Police Court. At the above court on W~V,-dnesday. \ltssrs. Eliget, P M., .'?d ?tckering, J.P., occupied the beinch. The S R. and W.S C. ohtined ver .iicts against J. b. Mills fr £4t l/: J. Ross, £3 12/77; and fl. S. Walters, £1 12/8; costs amounting bo 10/6 were allowved in each &ase, Mr. Don representing the Commislosn. E. G. Baldiog, trustee, obhine& verdicts against C. Jones for 2G/S, costs 28/6; S. Presley, £6 19/-, costs, 28/6; G. Miatke, £23 12/, costs, 26/-; I. O'Donnell, £2 S/S, costs, 16/6; M. J. Corbett, £11 53-, costs, 26/-; John Dowdie, 30/1, costs 15/,; E. G. Dowsley, £8 7/2, costs I5,/. Under the Education Act, W. Afossop, M. Mellington and 3. N?rmmr~ were each fined 2/-, and F. )Matthwsw 4/- (two charges) for breaches. A.E. Lord applied for au ar-c tioneer's license, and this was "ra-t ed.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

GRSCERS, DRAPERS, IRONMiNGERS, NERCHANTS, AND geMMISSION AND MACHINERY A6ENTS. AROBERTS = & = GILLESIE,B. Opposite Post Cfice, Oke Street Ouyen. * e Eii ST = iES = BEST - IN -' TALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF F~BARMI IMPLEMENTS AND M1ACHINERY. I Say! Have yoa heard of Cotter's Stores, OG-TEN. UNDERBOOL, LINGA. Give them a Trial Order if yon have not already done so, ahd you will not regret it. Look Here !-Prime Potatoes 2/3 qr, 9/6 nag (about 1 cwt). Prime On ions 2/6 qr., 12/ bag. Prime Chaff, Pollard and Bran at Lowest Rites. Mi:nifie's best Roller Flour, 20/ pai 150 lbs. All Groceries of the Primest and freshest. Drapery, Hardware, Crock ary, Boots and Shoes, Timber, Gal vanised Iron and Wire, at cheapest rates. Good (Cleopatra) Cooking Apples 7/ cas~e, Good Eating Apples S/ case (Jonathan's). CHAS. GARDNER S:: Begs To Inform The :: Farmers Of Onyen and Surrbunding dis tricts, That he is Prepared To :: PURCHASE 1915-16 AND 1916-17 WHEAT SCRIP.:...:: HIG...

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

eREG.N & S +UBERT+ G;RCEItS. DRAPERS, AND IRONMIONGERS. ' \F:F. I;UAN, POLLARD. WIRE OF ALL DE.CRIPTIONS AT CURRENT RATES. paRCE3 RG-HT! QUALITY RIGHT! -SPECIAL PRICES WFR CASH ORDERS.- E;.NI ES: :- e;Yrd .and Silson, Clarence Smith, International, Mercantile Mattaa" In.uratce, ant Mannrer. - R. A. CALDO W & CO., (AC?C',ION EER.) LA?D, STOK,- & CENERAL COMMISSION ACENT, FARRELL-ST.. OUYEN. I.LES C OD;CTED .i ANY PAST OF THE STATE. ImT ()V' Thi* U'e"rpetud Execntnr*'arul TPrntee4 As nciruix::~ Ni'diolbon ard ,nrrs u , f. .. , Dri.l-; Br -r's : rw. S ripp~r ....x , ,, - a, " " ' G t?+ -, I a i?, ter?- ar, B T cI , . :'. "' .I d .\ anil.,i S.f, sttrafnce ,?., iety: A'tJ+'trali;in "Mutul L ive StoL k; II wl kya n Ia r b ite Patent (i,?,lEtre : a.e s. :.t aa,1 C-., X.lei:t BizyeS,; Cliff :nul Bun =tin_ Cha;ffentter; .,li1l .1::tul Fire Irurraunce:I T. Cr; ine adl C., 'Iolr Car and tirrivge Work-; I·.,h'I'- WiniwrT,,v::. ; W.;''lnuIrn Oil Cny.: I'rirumpl h Plw . Co...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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A Serious Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

A Serious Charge. At Oayen police court on Wefd nr Bay, two men, named Donca:. '1'Millan and Gecrge Brown, wert presented, on remand, on a charge of stealing nine drum nets, the proper ty of Alfred Jones. Brown is a fish erman residicg near Euston, on the .-nrray; while M'Miilan and Jones. follow a similar occupation at Hattab. Serge. Garter conducted the pro secution, and Mr. Park appeared for Ihe accused. Serg:. Carter outlined the case and called Jones, who said that ahout MIarzh of tais year he had a number oi nPts in his psjsession. These were stored in a fowlhouse cloQ to his rssidenc?. They were new nets which he had made himself, and were worth -oant 12i/- each. The peculiarity about the nets was that every second knot was a double one. To remove these nets from wheie tht-y were stored, the theives had opened the -wire netting at the join. On June S. be saw AM'Millan and Brown at his place, and the former asked him if Srown had returned his nets ? On receiving a reply in the...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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If You Cannot Fight, Save And Invest. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

If You Cannot Fight, Save And Inve-t. Everyone cannot fight or even per form War Work, but everyone can at least help towards the winning of the War by subscribing the funds re quired by the Federal Government to carry on Australia's share. It is our duty to help protect Australia, and conserve her industries, and our own property. Whatever line of business, trade, or calling may be followed, w should at least spare some part of our earrings to help retain our living. No one is asked to give-which the people of Australia have readily done to various funds-but to lend only, and at such a rate of interest, and with so many advantages as to make the loan an attractive and safe invest ment. The form of investment can .take the shape of War Savings Cer tificates in amounts of from £1, to 1,000, and application forms are available at all Banks, Savings Banks, and Post Offices. On the other hand, stamps are issued at all branches of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and Post Offices, at ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

IC HAFF for sale, any quantity. S.Pole' SNyang. FOR Sale.-Springing Cows and Hel fers. Apply W. Little, Ouyen. -iOR Sale.-Good Farm, two miles Sfrom railway station. For particn lars apply "A Bargain," c/o M. Fitzger ald, Ouyen. OR Sale.-Federal Manure, dry, in quantity, at depot, Oke-st., Onven. M. Fitzgerald, OR Sale.-18 Springers, in good con dition good sorts and colors, young, cheap; within half mile of Ooven rail way station. Apply R. A- Caldow, Auctioneer, etc., Onyen. EOR -Sale.- Draught Stallion. Dick Hamilton, Government Certificate, Or would exchange for useful mares or colts. R. A. Caldow. OR Sale.-Springing heifers from the F dairying districe, one just calved, others close up. Apply J. T. Lang, Tim beroo, Tiega P.O. ALLEE Farm For Sale.-Best pro position on the market. Splen didly improved; lease. Price £2 10/, terms. No agent has this to offer. Ap ply MA1.L office for full particulars. SUYEN CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Council meeting Thursday, 19th inst., at 7.30. Annual meet...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 July 1917

Local and General. It is an early caution, but need ful. Feleral income tax returns must be in by 31st August. and they are not made up in two min utes. Walpeup shire council meets at Ouyen next Friday week. A num ber of tenders for works in both Ridings is advertised in another col umn, and there should be good competition. A worker really. Miss Nellie Leach, of Ouyen, has made 57 pairs of socks and three scarves for the soldiers since the Red Cross move ment started in Ouyen. This is an example for others who find time Shang heavily on their hands. This is the side to look at. Pte. Tom Wright, of WValpeup, who is now serving his country-and you -in France, as a despatch rider, ha3 been recommended for the Mil tary Medal for some special act of bravery. May this be the first of any honors conferred. A corumplaint shlonld be ;as rjnickly given for good goods and good service as a kick for defective goods and poor ser vice. Most people realike this. That is why so many have writtern ...

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Ouyen Caledonian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

Ouyen Caledoniai Spe-ety, The qu:arterly me-t:--g ofi hc t-'e~ Sreiety was held it R- ..v'. mr,, - on 'Thursday night, Chiel Oke r.eF.a;S .d in a moderate ai?:ct¢dce. A letter was. received from th~ Militiary secretary of the Goveruor General, stating that he was sendi?r. a photo of the latter to hrang i:l th?e society's meeting room. The phont. was to hand and the Chie offered to get it framed, which offer was atcept ed with thanks. Owing to failure to comply with the rules regarding attendancte, the position of two chieftains and some councillors were rendered vacaut. MJessrs. R. Smith and R. rIrwso, were elected cheiftains, and .?essrs. W. Welsh, R. S. Ritchie acn C. Dennis were elected councillors. Matters in connection with ~~ forthcoming gatherin' on October :L. received some consideration, acd it was decided, on the motion oG fr. Brown and the chief, that .0 per. cent. of the nett profits be devoted to: the Ouyen hospital fund, the h!ence being retained for administration pEa...

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Welshman's Plain School. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

W elshminan's Plain School. A recent effort in aid of the Bri i lish Red Cross fund at the above school was most satisfactory. The ;gatihering took the form of a social, with an aucrtion sale, and several rafles. Music for the dancing was supplied by Messrs. Wandel and EHjnnebnrg, with Mr. P. Lynch as I1.& Tickets sold brought in £9 2/6. A-ction sales, conducted by Mr. W. T. B?ennett returned £7 7/-. In raiaes, a pair of White Leghorns, donated by 'rs. Wandel and won by Mr. J. larnsworth, made £3 7/-l; a pair of Wyan'ottes, donated by Mrs. Lynch and won by Mr. 2. Jones, gave £2 3/6; a bag df wheat, donated by Mr. Lynch and won by Miss L. Luck maen, added 37/6, while a doll, donat ed by Mrs. Biuink and won by Mr. S. Pole, gave 21/. The total receipts for Xhe evening were £25 6/6. Duar ing itr ivals, recitations were given by ~uasrs. Beckett. and Shelton, and M-rs. Stevens, wbile soogs were ren ! -?s? by Misses. D. Far s.vormtb ar d ,Quer.. Lynch. T"he committee cor dilly than...

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Silo Or No. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

Silo Or No. The House of Representatives. in. its great wisdom, has passed t?e Ae? authorising a big expenditure onr the erection o storage silos. Sir Wit liam Irvine, speaking to the Bdr, pointed out that the proposed expern dciture would amount to 28 per c nt. of the value of the wheat to fre stored, and when the next harvest is garnered, a very small proportiorn of wheat to be stored will be provided for. There is a big doubt, and a good deal of suspicion as to who is engineering the thing, but there is the big machine majority, and doub~t less the Senate will obediently pu the measure through. The matter cropped up at the Ouyen V.P.U. meeting on Saturday. Mr. Metealfe thought some prompt action should be taken to urge the erection of silos. At the present time they bad a dozen different men handling the wheat whereas with silos, one could do the lot. He moved that the executive he urged to have the work pushed on. Mr. W. Goodrem seconded. M'. F. Dowsley doubted the wisdom oC rus...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

A Correction. Mr. J. H. Hoist, press correspon dent of Galah branch V.F.U. writes -nder date 23rd inst :-Sir,- in a recent isue of your paper you stated That Mr. Le Couteur, the nominee of this branch was not being supported by us. Tbis conveys a wrong im pression as no expression was made. oe way or the other and I as press .s?orrespondent did not give this infor mat?uon nor was anybody else author ised to do so. Trussing you will in sers this in fairness to all concerned. [All we published was the receipt of a letter from the secretary Galah branch to the Ouyen branbch. We made no comment one way or the other.-Ed. M.]1

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

,.'.:"_I _Ir . ." Te Qctygaa 3. gPiiii^`f7zi__ L_ ___--..- ^^^-^^_ GR»eERS, DRAPERS, IRN1M107N-ERS, MERCHANTS, RND Cr5M3MISSION AND MRaeHINERY AGENTS, A OERTS = & - GILLESPIE,4 Opposite Post Office, i--- m Oke Street, Ouyen eHE7APEST - ND B EST - IN - LL LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LiEADING MAKERS OP FARM IMPLEMENTS A.SD IiMACHINERY. I Say! n Rvs • on beard of dCotter's S~tores, - OU:EN t'NDERBOOL, LINGA. 0G:i ?v bem a Trial Order if you have -jo al:re? y done so, ahdr you will not regrer it. i oc? ? Here !--Prime Potatoes 2/S3 g- 9,6 oug (about 1½ cwt). Prime O:h ions 2/6 qr., 12 bhag. Prime 4 aff Pollard and Bran at Lowest i R.?.:es. 'n.fite's best ROller FlIour, 20/ ver 150 ibs. AI, l ( r'oe;ies of the Primest and f-te·ehet. Drapery, Hardware, qrocHk e,' B-:oot and Shoes, Timber, Gal rn::Jed I on and Wvire, at cheapest n, ?-. Good (Cleopatra) Cooking Avotes 75 case, Good Eating Apples r easr (.oonathan's). HA s. GARDNER S Begs To Inform The Farmers Of Ouyen and Surrounding ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

Southern Cross Tobacco Fund. Coombe Cottage, Coldstream, Vi-c tbria. I don't smoke, but i know lots of men who do. I know what their pipe or cigarette means to them. Y-u fathers, mothers, sweethearts, sisters and br;thers know what a smoke means to your boys. It means a tzo usand nimes as much to them now when they have to stand the awful strain of fighting and un ceasing watching. Their nerves are probably ragged and raw, their bodies weary, even to the point of exh;ius fion. They canb buy cigarettes or tobacco in the firing line. Send themI some smokes. Give a is to the Over Seas Club 0outhern Cross Tobacco Fund: For Your Is the boys will get 2oz. of tobacco and 50 cigarettes. The boys will be todid that you sent them the gift, because your name and address will go out with the parcel your money provides, and therboys themselves will trhank you. Send ybour money to-day to the Southern Cross Tobacco PFond, 120 Queen Street Melbourne. faUeI • }? .¢ ,` For constipatioeu, Chamberlain'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

PIDEER STORES, WALPEUP,~J-~~5 ;IoCirS, DRIAPES, AND) IRONMN:ii.;l,.;o. F, RAN, FOLLAR. \'IRE OF ALL iE-CRIPTION. AT CUPENT RATES. pRICES RIGHiiT! QUALTY R3IGHT! -SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS. - L(;MiI ;ES : -leeard an,1 Sisson, Clarence Smith, Internation:al, 3[r?antile Mautna Insuran:ce, and M?lnnreq. R. A. CALDOW & GO., (AUCTIONEER.) LAND, ST & RAL gCLOMMIMISSION AGENT, FARRELL-ST.. OUYEN. iSaLS CORUCTF.D N Ai'NY PART OF TE STATE. ,;js'? l;()FP Th- I' erretuia !"?'etor ~ ,nild Trn4tee~ .s.Asociation : Niehol?on andl r '-; , :' ";" ,,.,, D i; : l r -r's Dil : R13 .l n , "s. ;Atrippers, i-n,,.,..,,:ec, \V,. :'," £'i:, G,.Les, th:: L, t ldrs and By "Tru;c.s ; C.?!Mnial Mu~tua,, tie Au"ranc' Soc.it.y ; Anstralian! Mutual Live Stock; Hawky a;nd Skate Patent vingle'treo: J .1 Bell and Co., Wheat Bnyer-r; Cliff ind Bunting Chaffentters; ,i~d .li Mtu. . ire Inurane" I T. Cr toin and Co., Motoratr and Uarriage Works; t~shai:r's Wi'nn,,r?y : V.all::,, T)U "o,.: "riunoph Pl...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Victorian Farmers' Union. OUYEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

Victorian Farmers' Union. OUYEN BBRANCH. At the usual monthly meeting of the above body on Saturday, MIr. H. W. Pickering presided over an at :r . d?rce of abut forty me:nhers.. I The rbbit qesticon causcd a good ieal of strong discussion, and on the notijon of Messrs. F. Dowsley and R. SLawier, it was decided to write the distriet inspector and inform him thast the members expect rigorous ac tion in coping with the pest, which : thrTsren disastrous effecrsi on the d~I jsin, mnore par iculaly to the w'est u Ouyen. k'uLher, on the mLotion of Messr:. H,;u'd sor?n an Ciarke, it was deiddu ., urge thei Hon. dJobh Gray, i L A, tA u trio t,3e m:c:er of . z.- ... I I to tt.-wpFt r to ccp- wit tr, ,, s . :rown landsi e Lore tha House'. S The"gea; t 1 r- - '.r 's haw I cow receisved "u-' p.pers for I the eltc-r' r . "; - -fh sc~eairtowera t: I u :rlia, ,he farmers have been the recipients of more than one ballok paper, and there is a feeling of suspicion in re gard to what this may mean. On ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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[?]aig[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

As r?ale ....,ne: -venrs are sEon ~ sucr obut ah was not the c,. at -: nie o:n Wednesday 11th i"? , wht -L cro,~ned audience a.sem d to e j.y thr really good prograzi provided hy the Paignie eschool cnildren who bnve earned a epnuta: on for giving good concerts. Tne many items were greatly en 0oyed by the audieocs, especially the ,;aoSat~, in whictO the whole school took part and it seemed as if it was writetn for them, all doing their pazr perfectly. The concert was f{u,,wed ny a ball rtnfe dancers enjoy -ing themselves into the wee sma' bcnrs, when all departed to the vari ou homses with the satisfaction of an e a~ iog wellspent and a good cause -tone ritish Red Cross-benefited. The total for the effort amounts to ..12. Foillowing was the program: Overture, Mrs. Nulty; song, Girls; Ieciuation, Miss Winnie Vines; song, The Boys; song, Miss Nora Hayes; song, Five Little Girls; Dialogue, The Boys; song, Girls; Recitation, Master James Holst; song, Miss Myrtle Hyder; Recitation, Miss ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

Marriage. CORBETT-MI[EEHAN.-On July 18, at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, by thie Rev Fr. Keenan, James Corbett, of Tutve, to Mary Meehan. Printed and published by Ray S. Ritchie. trading as Ritchie & Son, at the Ouyen MAILr ofEfice, Okle-street, Ouyen, in the State of Victoria. Telephone No. 3. WEDNES. JULY 25, 1917

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

State Rivers and Water Supply eornmission. Sp'LICATIONS are invited from - t~amnsters for work on the Ouvten ?'unnrel Section .area within es d lis : w:-e of the town. F. T. iHOIT. En?neer, S.-. ::(! \\.S.C. ChinkapJook. I~ Shi·re OI Wgalp eup. STenders for the following works ilI be received up to Friday, ?.uly 27th: RE-ADVERTISED. Contract No. 41.-On road Walpeup to Ouyen. Contract No. 42.--0n road Walpeup to Yellumjip. Contract No. 43.--On road Walpeup to Yellnumjip. Contract No. 46.-Boundary road Wagant and Woornack. Contract No. 47.-At Block 2 Kia. Contracts No. 48, 49 -Sandscooping and Rubbling Galah-.Nulkwvne North west road. (Close Wed. - August 1.) Plans and specifications may be Žn at Post Office, WValpeup, and Thire Office, Ouyen. Tenders to be addressed to Sec etary. Shire Office, Ounyen, and .ust be accompanied by a deposit i 5 per cent. By order of the Council, A. E. LAITY, Clerk of Works. West Riding. Contract No. 357---Repairs Danyo to Chudleigh's, Danyo. Contract No...

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Some Get There. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

Some Get There. p • Mr. E. F. Richardson, Walpenupo writes us, under date 1317/17, and his remarks are sufficient answer to the shirker who finds any excuse bet ter than none to stay behind :-Last spring a number of Xmas gift boxes were packed by the residents of Wa! peup district and sent through the Red Cross Society to the boys in the treoches. As you are aware, there are many people who sty, whetr ask ed to contribute to this sort of thing, "No good to me dcnra believe they ever get them", etc., etc. Now, as proof to these unbeiievers that the boxes do get to the trenches, I enclose herewith a letter received by Mrs. Richardson in answer to her box which proves the boxes. not only reach Our Boys but are appreciated by them. Other letters have been received in answer to. Xmas boxes sent by the following:-Mrs Winm. Perry, Mrs. J. K. Glen, Mrs. S. Englefield, and Miss A. Bell, and no doubt more willy et be received. Dear Madam,--.ust a few lines conveying to you my many thanks for ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 25 July 1917

Local and General. Another donation to Ouyen hos pital fund. This time it is Mr. 0. VW. Boulton Boinka, who sent in a cheque fdr £2, and Mr. John-Nairn adds 21/. More the merrier. A correspondent at Underbool complains of a quantity of stable manure which has been dumped down at the back of buildings facing the main street, and wants to know if the shire council has any control over such. nuisances ? It seems rather a paradox that such valuable manure should be so wasted. As to the query of con trol, we leave that to the councillors to reply at themeeting on Friday night next. Judging -by the energy and re source of the stall holders on the Bush Nursing bazaar at Tempy. it ought to be somethinig quite out of the ordinary. On August 3rd. (Fri day week), the Hon. John Gray, M.L.A., is making a special effort to be present to open the bazaar, and it will take business of unusual importance to prevent his attend ance. A complaint shonld be as quickly given for good goods and good servic...

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