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Galah Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

Galah Greetings. The usual monthly meeting of our Progress Association on Satur day night was well attended, and the vice-president, Mr. LIeCouteur, occupied the c'nhair. The price of cornsacks is begin ning to hit hard, and on the mo tion of Messrs. J. Black and J. R. Smith, it was decided to ask Mr. 2ennington, MI.L.A., to use his endeavors to persuade Parliament to restrict the ever-increasing price of this necessary item, and take cver the control of the same. Galah asked for a weighbridge, but the shire council says it has not the money to put one in. Ac cording to the report of the last meeting of the council in the MAIL, one of these necessary adjuncts to wheat growing is to be put in at Murrayvile, and as a result, it was unanimously decided, on the motion of Messrs. A. N. A. M'Far lane and F. LeCouteur, to ask the shire council why it cannot see its way clear to put in a weighbridge at Galah, the first siding on this line to ask for this very necessary facility, when it is ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From The Firing Line. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

From The Firing LZine. Uncer date 17th. May, L7ance ¶rcr:: W". Orifths writes to his .rt:--'-i.>law, (M.r. R. Smith, of OUy¢-) the following interesting letter from Gallipoli: I got your letter-written on march 29--the other day, also the Bulletin ; I can tell you it was very ,-ceptable Bob. I was pleased to rc th:at you are all well, but am sh:ry that the Mallee is in such a i -r1, way, and hope that you have had rain long before this. Well I suppose you have heard long be fore this of the doings of the Aus tralians and what they have ac colnalihed, but I don't suppose you thought that I was watching the u7hole proceedings from our boat a couple of miles out. I sup pose though I had better com mence mIy story from the begin ning. We left AIexandria on 16th April on the Anglo-Egyptian. Be sides our corps there were 200 ref uges from Palestine and 600 mules. The \i's have been turned into soldiers to look after the mules, etc. They were not a very stal wart mob, but came in handy ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

AgriknaTral Colleges. *------+-- Mr. Pye, tae Principal of the 3ooiie Agrialctural College, in ,s.report for the month of June isttes that dnrinze the =mnth good -rains have fallen, particularly the .atter part, a little rain falling severy day for a fortiight All the crops are tillering -erv well and =re str?og =2d healthy- It is rather late foe general sowing, but, the la-, is ia eged heart. and is -well drained, =ad by sowing EIede-. ration variety, which ustally gives a fair yield even when the growth is very slort, it should recoup us ,well for labor. The total area un -der crop is 9167 aeres, mnade up of 477 acres of whest, 252 acres oats, a47 acres barley. 53 acres rape, 201 acres teas, 36 acres forage and 2 acres flax. With the promising outle1ck at present we hope to get in good sngplies of fodder as well Sas grain, iocndiag the experi mental areas 1167 acres are under crop, of wHich 750 acres are nnder wheat. Fallowing was started during the wet weather and wii be contin?e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

tVoods' Grea±t Peppermnnt Cnre, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, Is Exd ??or C~ildren's ckuing CocughsatNight, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6di Irritability--rrittabilit, like headache is evidence of some tdisorderof the bhdy, generally either indigestion or constipa tion, andl the cluse must be removtd. To relieve the indigestion and stiu:late the bowels to a reg >ar nitural i.hit, itake a course of Charmberihns Tablits. They have a marve!llous effect on the stomach, liver and bowels, and relieve all disorders of these organs. Sold by all storekeepers. A rPPLCA "ION sO R RANS FER OF LICENCT 3'?OM' ONE PERSON TO A:IOTEER. -To the Licensing Court, for the Licensing District of Corong.--I, ARTHIUR CHARLES COOPER, of Ouyen, in the State of Victoria, being the holder of a Billiard Table Licence for the house and premises situated at Ouyen aforesaid, DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that it is my intention to apply to the Licensing Magistrates holding the Licensing Meeting at Warrackna hea...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

Schmidt's ;im B1et is a PerfecT ~Liriment. STOCCCOWNERS and FARa ErS Alwas keep a bottle in the house. Price 2/6, posted 3/3, other States 3/9. It -_es of SP--ais, Str;.ns, and Muscular ?i'ronles of any ki;.d, one applicatien of sc?~r's rr3n?o:NT gives instant relief, and snbse qnent ahelsations efect a certain cure. &chmidt's Li--im:ecrt is mot only aInvnlab'e for stock-it is just as good for hnman Eings; - If not crocurable elsewvhere order direct from - .anactrd ing Chemist, TANTUNDA, South Australia. SOLC T: L 0 ~TR S PI~CK'ERING-STRE E. - - OU\Y-EN. (Solicitors to the Shire of Walpeup.Ž ADVANCES ARR-ANGED SON MALL~EE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS & SMarrayville and ali intervening stations visited everyy Thursday and Friday. IhEAD OFl,'lO A• YD)NY OTI, Geneval Bank ing Business ,,Ill,,", 0IrL,: .md 'i'OWN of AUtTrlALIA, nlld L(ONDON OaMlb reitt-nnlt e 10l0d tn, and ulrafti drawn on forolglo Iwaon d!ro. tForoin hullo nioltotlatdl l ll ootetd. L'ttera of Idlt It ia d ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

Agaist~ Jh nrae nsofa neaIIaoods, Tyu ga ns are being offered in Every Department A Personal Inspection is necessary .to realse the value of the Artics es that are being :offered at , unhard::, Low Prices. Potatoes, 0Pola, ra, F ,?? 171asse, ??ee Col ars, neson etc. - CR RBRTS, Okekreet, OUYEN" " . . . . .. : - - J. GREATZ-. Priterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water mann facturer. Presh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. D. FULLE , GENERAL CARRIER, ALL GooDS left in my care Promptly amd CaJebfulla Deliverted. J. J. NULT Y, CARRIER, ,TCZ, Wa~peup. All Goods left in my charge Promptly Attende4 To. No WatIng o? '" a ?lhave Smith's Kiora Hairdressing Saloon. - (Nqezt Waters' 3oto ). Rowz-STTRzzt, - Ou Cleanliness Civility, and Best of Worksmanship Guarant~ee Blactie Massagingia A Wonderful Invention ! fealtlfIl and InvigOra(1t2 *r~av nr l ?P ?-? For Failing Hair Try Riora Hair Tonlc. Razors set and Sharpened. Smokers' Requalsites FPncy Gosods, Jewellery, etc. , . .S _. O+h...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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The Empire Calls. WALPEUP RESPONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

The Empire eaJIls WALPEUP RESPONDS. That the Recruiting Committees are doing good work is amply proved at the various meetings be ing held. On Saturday last, Cr. Pickering and Messrs Steele and Ritchie went to Walpeup, and were heartily received and entertained I by Cr. Glen. On arrival at the public hall they were faced with an audience of ladies and gentlemen which packed the building to over flowing, and despite the rain, every one remained until the close. The proceedings opened with a piano and cornet selection of National Airs, played by Miss Bell and Mr. Nulty. Cr. Glen, as chairman, made a brief. speech, saying the visitors would tell the story better than he. Reinforcements were wanted to fill the gaps, and the young men of the district should think seriously on the position. He expressed pleasure at seeing so many ladies 9resent, asthey could do a lot to help those who are fighting. for them. Mr. Vines sang The Deathless Army, and for an encore the Em press of the Wave. Mr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

Oauyen Police court. At the above court on Wednes day last, the bench was occupied by Messrs Blligett, P.M., Cooper and Pickering J's.P. A lot of vaccination cases were called, but withdrawn, the parents having thought better of it in the meantime. Money is not too plen tiful just now. EXPENSIVE LANTGUAGR. William Hickey was charged by the officials of the Railway de partment with having been guilty of using obscene language in a railway carriage, Mr Park (Park and Don) appeared for the depart ment and Mr. Holden for defen dant (who was not present). Mr. Holden pleaded guiity on behalf of defendant, who now resides at Elaine. Mr, Park said his instructiois were to oress for a heavy penalty as these offences must be stamped out. Evidence was given by ticket collector William T. Love as to the Ianguage even after defendant had been warned. In cross-exam ination he said the language could easily be heard by ladies trwo com pDrtments away. It was over two hours between the time when he ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Local And General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

The Ouyen Mail 10s per year in advance. 12/6 Booked. Published Wednesday Morning. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1915.     Local And General. A broad hint is conveyed in a letter received from one of our dis- trict soldiers now in the trenches at the Dardanelles. The letter he wrote was enclosed in the envelope of one he had received, with his address scratched out and the other substituted. Other communica-   ions were written on pieces of card board or anything else on which a note might be scribbled. Writing   material could be enclosed with letters sent to the troops.   'The Raliways Standing Commif tee arrived at Ouyen on Friday night, and on Saturday motored to hianangstang to inspect the prc posed extension from that centre towards the Murray. On Sunday they returned and Monday's fast carried them back to iMelbourne In the near future the country from Speed towards Pine Plains is to be inspected and the probabilities are a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

The Pops. The committee of the Red Cross Society at Ouyen must be con- gratulated on the success of their venture with the Sixpenny Pops. The public hall held a fine audi- ence on Friday night, and all the   patrons did not stop at sixpence   when paying, The program was varied enough to suit all tastes. There were instrumental vocal and elocutionary items, a boxing bout speeches and a slight sketch by half a dozen schoolboys.   Members of the Ouyen Brass Band assisted materially, the following items being their share:-Selection Tipperary, duet Messrs Rees and Harrowfield (encore), cornet solo   Mr. Rees. Mrs. Gillespie contri- buted a solo, and a duet with Mr. LeConteur; Miss Boyce recited twice; Mr Farquhar gave a solo and an encore; Miss Grace and Miss Creighton each a song; M. LeConteur a pianoforte solo, and Mr. R. Smith a comic. Cr. Pick- ering had a few words to say, as did Messrs Williams and Napoli. There's another good pr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Scarcely Credible. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 21 July 1915

Scarcely Credible. Mr. T. W. Farrell writes anent the article which appeared in last issue under the above heading : Sir,-Your article "Scarcely Cred- ible" of last issue, reprinted from the Woomelang "Sun" has caused wonder and surprise. Is it pos- sible that such a body as the Vic- torian Government could be guilty of so small an action as to debar the farmers from giving the pro- duct of one acre of their, land to the starving Belgians, simply be- cause they have purchased seed wheat and fodder and borrowed money from the department (at in terest) ? Where would our Go- vernment be now, but for the gal- lant acts of the brave Belgians? It is a well-known fact that the Go- vernment having a lien on the crops, will get their money first, then if the farmers are willing to give from the portion which is left, surely the loss will be theirs the Government does not suffer in any way. To the public mind it seems a very unpatriotic idea that the farmer, when he is so anxious to help shou...

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 — 28 July 1915

Mail Time Table. " The revised time table of mails received at, and despatched from ;he local Post Office., isas follow: ME.LBOURNE LIN~E-MailS close for-Woomelang. Birchip, Watchem, Donald, St. Arnaud, Maryhorough, and Melbourne at 8.30 p.m., on Monday. Tuesday, WTuesda, ednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Nunga, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8.30 p.m. Mildura, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 8,30 p.m. Miails qre received from Mel bourne, Maryborough, St. Arnand, Donald, Watchem, Birchip, and 'Woxomelang at 2.30 a.m. on Tnes day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday. -Nunga, Tues day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2.30 a.m. Mildura, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 9.20 p m. - - MUIRRA"VIIIE LINE-Miails clcse for Tiega, Galah, Walpeup, Nyang Underbool, Linga, Boinka, Tutye, Cowangie, Danyo and IMurrayvilie, at 8.15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and at 12.45 p.m. on Saturday. Paignie, Tuesday and Thursday at 8'15 a.m. Mails are received from Mu...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

R.Caldow & Cc, AUCTIONEER, Land, Stock and General Covmnission Agents, OUYEN. SaIs Conducted in any part cf the State.... : AGE?NT FOR : The Pernetual ,xecutors ard Trustees Association of Anstra.a Ltd. Nicholson and Morrow's U!: n Earvesters and Drfils. Barger's Discs. Rawling and Co's Strippers, Winnowers and .W agger-. Colonial Mutual Life Insurance Zompany. Australasian .Mutnal Live Stcck, Hawky and Skate, Patent Swin gletzees. James Bell & Co., wheat buyer. Clif & Bunting's Chaficutters Ruddcck's patent Eorse meti gilRe Chests. Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance T. Craine, Motor Car and Crr riage Works, Princess Bridge. Bagshaw's Winnowers. Vacuum Oil Company. Triumph Plough Company. Crown Cream Separators, Alston's Windmils. Rawviing and Co's Field Gates. Bag Loaders and Bag Trucks. The Ouyen Hotel. (UTnder New Management) aR and MRS F. WATERS, Late of W'ycheproof. EGto i~timate that they have takes ov-er. te above Hotel, and the travelling public can rely ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From The Firing Line. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

From The Firlng Line. The following is the letter from "Jamcoh" referred to in our last issue. It is dated Lemnos, 14th June, 1915 Dear Dad.-I sup vose you will be wondering what has become of me. Well, I am .ow on board the ship Seang Bee, goinfg br-ck to Cairo after having a month in the trenches at the Dar danelles, and am safe and sound althougbh I had n shi-e or two. I vwould not have missed it for some thing. I ran tell you-my word the Austrahlans have a great name as fighters. If the people over thee could only see the positions they captured at the point of the bayo net, it was marvelous. I can't tell you the names of the places or give you any news owing to the censorship- I saw Arch. Glen, Jim Stewart and Ted Williamson. I also heard of the Booleys. They are all well and safe. I was sit ting on the rail of our ship yester day, when another ship anchored along side and there was Steve Gibbs, just going back to the front from the holspital. H-Ie was in the 16th bri-ade which...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

W?hv.t We Do Claim - Pneumonia gLcencrally results from a cold or an at tack of influenza, but can be prevented if Chamberlains cough remedy is taken at the first symptomns of either. Many persons who have had every reason to fear pneumonia ha 'e warded it off by the prompt use of ihis remedy. We do not claim that Chamberlains cough remedy will cure pneumonia but that it will prevent it if taken at the first Symptom of a cold, influenza or bron chial trouble. Sold by all storekeepers. As Sergeant Larke patrolled the park, He heard two sneezes in the dark. With staff gripped tight, he flashed his light, His stern tones echoed through the night, "Kape ahf th' grass! ye coople there, Yure dith av cowld ye'll get f'r shure! Come! hurry home, ye love-sick pair, And both take Woods' Pepper mint Cure." Have a Smoke. How welcome such a sound must be to the boys at the front, and friends are recognising it. At the Galah Mechanics' Hall on Sat urday week last, a plug of Orion tobacco was sold...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Lady Stanley Appeals. State Government House, Melbourne, 15th July, 1915. TO THE PEOPLE OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

iIady S~anley Appeals State Ocrernnment Hotzse, Melbourne, S15th July, 1915. WO THE PEOPLE OF VIC TORIA The respnse that Victcria ha, made tso ost appel for Anstraliar sic a=d wnox?ed fills mny hear with gratittde and pride. Alread the fiad approaches neer 100,0f0 ,re -ant to nmake it a quarter of : willion. I make no apology there fore wher I ask yo- between ron -and ''Aastr1ia ]Day" to re-double 'o·ir e~forts to achieve this result. I shall have further opportuni lies o f ithan g the great bhand of s?mtaxy workets iu the State who are 7ael?png in this appeal. but I cannmot c.lse -i-Oithot expressing ny deep appreciation of their self ia.ri iang labors.ET STNEY (Sgd.) MARGAXET STANI.EY.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Empire's Call. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

The Empire's eall. Underbool followed the lead on: Saturday night with an enthusias tic meeting in the cause of Empire and right. The Rev. Downton and hMr W. Steele, from the Ouyen Central Recruitin.g Committee, and Mr Ellis Pryor, of Underbool, deli vered stirring addresses, the re sponse being fire volunteers. These will visit the doctor at Ouyen for examination, and it is certain more will follow. Those who offered in the room were Gordon Cotter, E. Duncombe, J. M. Connor, A.J. Martin and W. R. Snell. At thu close of the addresses, Mr. Steele auctioned a number of articles, and these were sold and resold until a fine sum was realised. TWo bags of sugar totalled £12 5s, a dozen bottles of cordials £2 7s, five pac kets of cigarettes j8 13s, one pac ket brought 10s, and the Rev. Downton promised this would be sent to the boys in the frenches; 2 lbs tea 27s, six cakes of chocolate 28s. Together with £4 handed in in donations, the sum towards the Red Cross fund amounted to £30. Well d...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Road-Making Record. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

IRoad=lMaking Record. Since the Country Roads Board decided some si- months ago to commence oaperaticns in the Kar karcec Shire (says :2:e "Courier") no time has "been l]st in pushing on with the works, and the engi neer (Mr. J. H. Tonkin) and his sassistants have had a very busy j time, and ~ill continue to do so for a good. whie yet. Up to date a-ont £28,000 worth of work has ,been set out, and the plans and specifications approved by the Board. This includes the whole of the Beniah-Bopetoun road. 2. miles of the Birchip-Beulai" road, and 10 miles on the If-oetoun Rainbow road. Some idea of the wor.r entaied may be imagined when it is stated that 226,000 feet of roa~oway has been pegged out, which reqnired 4886 pegs and 256 bench marks. The qulantity of sp?cifications to be written amoun ted to 845 sheets of foolscap, ne cessitating 2535 pages, as there have to he three copies of each. Thae work already finished and for which contracts are let amounts to £7554. Mr..J. R. Kemp, for...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Mallee Allotments Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

_"allee allotments 1vails able. The following Maliee allotments are open for application up to Wednesday, 11iith August: Parish of Pier Millan-379 acres first class, three miles from Nan daly. Parish of ±atchewoilock.-640 acres, second class, 18/ per acre. 10 miles from Turiff; 640 acres, first class, 23/ Der acre, 12 miles from Speed; 616 anres, ifirst class, 23/ per acre, 12 miles from Speed; 704 acres, third class, 18/ per acre, 10 miles from Turriff. 2arish of Boorong-584 acres, third class, 7 miles from Nan daly. Parish of Timberoo-636 acres, second class, nine miles south west of Nunga railway station. Parish of Pirro--855 acres, third class, 13/ per acre, 7A miles north west of Tempy railway station. Parish of Ginquam-634 acres, first class, 22/6 per acre, 10 miles from Carwarp. Parish of Pallarang--211 acres, Isecond class. 17/6 per acre, 11 miles from Cowangie. Parish of Goongee--774 acres, third class, 12/6 per acre, 11 miles from Murrayville. Parish of Duddo-610 acres, fi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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"Follow the King." [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 July 1915

43flesw the Sinsg."' Th?e Rev. Castles has another shot--Sir,-"Etarepmet's 'charge that I have evaded the point in dis pate ard have referred to afairs that have no bearing-nupon the dis cssiorr is wrong. Did I not in both letters give a full explanationT of n-v assertion that the man who helps to keep England's greatest entmy (not only Eng!and's, but the Empire's) going, and through it gives the Kais.r an advantage, is through his action an ally to the ??aiser? Can it he contradicted that "'Booze_" is the "Runs' Ally"'? I hav-e before me a car-i toon reprcdaced by Korman Lind say in the Sydney 'Builetin" en titled "'oze--the Fnns' Ally." 'Why was such a cartoon repro dtrd in an Au't-ai-an paper? SI hvy didn't they send it to Eng land and inform the press that this does not apply to Australia ? If) Lloyad George's words and the Kisg's eamnple did not apply :o the Empire, a very great number of the p?pulation of Australia are Smoving in the dark, not only wow sers, but people of all ...

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