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MR. STEWART AT OUYEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 November 1917

ME. ST WART AT OUYEN. On Wednesday afternoon Mr. P. G. ftwart. tih ConuEry k'arty noml nee for she Swan Hill seat, addressed x laxe And enthusiastic meeting at -Ouyen. He received a splendid hear ing, and st the eCtvW: thr w no doubt as to the resuit, so far as those present are crcceerned. Other meetings along the line were equally zne essfuL

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

DRAPERY. E. WILLIA 1MS OKE ST., O01?V-N. FOR UP=TOID aTE T'hRAPERYI LIN RY S.JRA.PERy-. . ?.L?Ly? N.?R,,.- , DRESSMAKING - RESSMAKING I New Season's Dress Materials Now On View. LADIES' and CHILDIREN'S LADIES' and CHL1DDREN-'S LADIES' ani CHILDRN'S Smart Realdy-to-wear HATS and WEARINE G APFARIE?_ HATS and WEARING APPAREL ?ATS and WEARING APPAREL Costumes Made To Order. New Supply Blankets. Rugs. milts. Etc. Ladies' and Children's Boots and. Shoes VICTORIAN PRODUCERS' CO-OPERATIYE COY. LTD. 589 to G0-5 Collins- t., Melbourne. SELL ON CONSIGNM3?NT LI--E STOCK, WOOL, GRAIN, HIDES SKINS, TALLOW, CHIAFF. EiOTATOES, and ALL K.INDS OF PRODUCE. SOLE' AGENTS IN THIS STATE FOR VICTORIA PtROSPHATR. Rebates to Shareholders on Live Stock, Coresacks, Twines, Oils, Etc. Governiment Shipping Agents under the Victorian Government WVIheat Schme. Wooselling Brokers under War Preean . tions (Wo!) Regulations. Rabbit Skin Agents nnder the War Pre caution (rabbit skin) regulations. AUCTION SALES WEEKLY ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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THE HOTELS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 November 1917

THE HOTELS QUESTION. I inbth Ouyex" and Murrayville distriEs a all1 is to be taken as to whither tbe people favor the grant ing of a vieLaiier's Iictnse in the especo;ive towns. Special rolls and boior papers will be used, butother wise the cooditioos wiil be the eme.. Be sure you record your vote on this question, and in record iog is be sure you vote YES.

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

PIONEER STlRYIS,T WHFUP. ;I;lSt.' .'!, DI)- PERS. AND tRONMTONGER.S. 1 DIV PEISs . -r - I.N G.E F: . ;: iF. . :RAN, POLLARD. WIRE )F ALL IESCRIPTIOS AT CURRENT RATES; PRICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT~ 1---SPECIAL PRiCE:S FOR (.ASn oRDERS.-- S. Ij ES3 ; :-IBeard and Si.son, Cbirence Snii:t. Ir-ert:;.tional, M>:realn&ile Muatua ;i.nii ce. anl. Man. iure--. I clxIEý 0 DRAPER, GROGC ER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. O: WE-ST., OUYEN. L. KENNEDY, ' ACKSMITH & .. OKE-ST., OUYEN. | - WHEELV ,G kT, iT . . Stripper Ct (cin a Spe ci.!tv. 5-arvis Bu~ggy Wheels Ty-ed To P!-rf-etic;n. Giuarare.-T Not , To Dish. I lave InstI!Upd a New Plaut For Sharpening Disc Plates. C CommonuwaItb : ank bstral HEAD OFFICE - BYDNES-. - M J Generai Banking Business -,^'s S Cite and Towns of Aust-atla. London. nidworth (Salis?ury PMin). arn Rabaou. tble reclttm ces =made to. and d-maft d.awa on foreign plcs iret. Fo L S bil negatiated and co!lected- Letters of credit issued to a. cart of tb hewaL 4...

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

W. BROWNBILL, ac.- : MARYL~OROUGII. SRecorded by the Dental l ord of Victoria.) rist All Towns betweeu Ouyen !urr:-,tll once each mcnth regazatly. OND~I, 19th NOV.EMBE. p;ile, from 3 p.im. to G p.m. ESDAY, 20th NOVE?UER." i from 0 a.m. till noon. p, fm Ip m. sill 2 p.m. k, from 2.:30 tilt 4. , from 430 till 6. ~)SDAY 321st NOVEMB~ER. jtrhoi fronm 9 a.m. till noon. . rp, cmc 3.u30 tilt 6. FSDAY, 22Sn NOVEMBER.: Lyen, Al JDay. Vr. WE, E. F'K PE, EXPERT OPTICIAN, 13 Cassell str-et, Hawksburn. -g (:yen and along the Miurray S'ine rtegu3arly Every Six Weeks. '4I L mtificalIight or the sun try y.ear ! Ey esq ? lI me make you a pair of Sir Wil :it.ke's Glas-es. which I have Iltely introduced. o;ndcerful Glass filters and .nentral l the h'rmful raye that emanate e~icul or aiy form of light. Be-. :ractically non-tinted, it does not culnr vJanes, nor is it nsighety to t.ar at any time. n me and let mre demonstrate the odner a .an-tges os this new C-s._ 'CCURACY eUARANTEED. ,ber Th:s--I call r...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Crown Lands Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 November 1917

Crown Lands Sale. That Oayen land is in strong demand was further proved on i.onday, when a sale of township allotments was held. With the escepticn of the first lot offered, there was keen competition for each of these put up, and the upset was exceeded ny 50 per cent. in the great rniajority of cases. For the various country lots there was little corn petition, only two at Walpeup bringing more than thz upioe. and in these cases the set price was more ;,an donoled, to the disgust of the purchaser. Following are the de Scails: L ast Si e.-1"8o:. 15, s3,'. 7. E. i . C aldow, £31; allot. 16, Mrs 5. Farrell, 36;- allot. 17. r17, :. J S F-ano £41; all!t. 18, .Mrs. SwanR, £49. The area of each was 7-10th shOct of huhi a, acre. and the upset price was £30. W-~r Side.--.'o;. 18, sec. 10, up -U £440, Mr. Ben. Oke, 70 ; allot. :7, Mirs. WV. D. Mitchell, £64 : allots. 16 and t5, Mrs. Madder, 240 each. The area of each of these is Ir. 29 7-10p., and, with the excep tion of the first, the upse...

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Galah Gaities. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 November 1917

Gatlah Gr.ities iriLe 5rs~ SUO 3nL'i tojA pici "- i cIhei ;t .i 1 Cto. on ciday, 2nd No crm!;er. The 2iegr schoolrnA amal TL irTf ;it th9 Gj?-.`~ school, and a ýjyJ _ ,y mac,: 'Ina `.VaS spent Pa Galat S .7amp. TG- weather was an'~, rd tog9 oic^_°·-'ers did ample t 0tioe ote goad things tha wvere said csut on tea tastefully decorated } tab~s. hs r~ girjis and boys' races and tbh ha'ys hih ;amp were we 11! partrni2'd o the children of bo3h sehuols. and hots wi Wre well r;epre-i wanted a the Drrize-giving. rThe yczag ladies or Tleg aseelled :n the foot raec, and the two Misses Cnn nio'g ham won tlrst and second prizes. T.e , yoco" msn had a gcod race t -er the greljod r,1g, ' bich ir. Clar,. won :y :auic oan is. There ;, era t.:, t tuestrinn aetnte-a trot ltin ' ~hi~n most rf Shhe horses gal. lcged and. %iung 'at the r rsg. There we~re namim-r'v34 enSess for ho 'h ! events, and the first was won by Mr. y an,]J 3 te ee' ·5d y Mr. Picker- 3 inn. One of ?h-: r!e goS; ia the way," 7hen ir...

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

Local and General. Timberoo folk let themselves go on 24th ult. The occasion was a kitchen tea tendered to Miss Katie Englefield, who has left the useful sphere of school teaching for the more useful one of wedded life. As a result of the gathering=--which was a big one-many valuable pre- sents were handed to the guest. Mr. E. F. Richardson was the cap- able chairman, and Mr. H. F. An- derson responded suitably to the many nice things said of Miss En- glefield. The celebration proved very happy, and it was well into the morning hours before the as- semblage reluctantly dispersed after singing Auld Lang Syne. The allotment of agencies under the Wheat Marketing Bill is caus- ing trouble. One shameful out- come is the practically unanimous ignoring of returned soldiers as sub agents, and this has caused a lot of comment. In one particular in- stance a veteran has been replaced by one of an eligible family of whom nothing but conscription will bring into the ranks. There are other troub...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Boinka Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 November 1917

Boinka Bits. A very large crowd attended a Red Cross social on Friday night. . The principal event of the evening was the unveiling of an Honor Roll, and the speeches were all in keeping with the subject. Messrs. Ryan   (chairman ).S.D. Kinrmrsfey (hall   committee) anzd 9. Kay (Caledonian society) were the speakers, while Mr. G. W. Boulton performed the unveiling ceremony. The board, which is a handsome piece of work done by Messrs Hampel, snr and   jun., was much admired and, on the   motion of Messrs. K~tra;tr:ey and Boulton, a heartv vote of thanks was accorded to Messrs-.larc r m . In   response, Mr. Hampel urged the   utmost effort in Red Cross work for   the coming year. The ca;aeE on the Roll are : N. R. Peter. M. Vallanee A. P. Walker J. Magain R. Stepbhea s J. Adictao W. Beasaey 1. A. HLmrpel J. L. Walker A. B. Wataor IZ Was= H. I otth ;. A. -. B13eu 4e

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The Drowning Season. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

The ?Drowniseng . ... - -, Ir. Harry Wit.. hoo SLife Saving Sooiety, ...j~-i I I desire to bring before Ithe work and objects oto r Life Saving Soe:-"y to p-on-< nical education h, lif. s3Vi ti ' stusitation ofithe apP..enti. d: A short tiEe ago, two rn a crossing the river Yarra at 11si: in a small boat, when itca and although there warea " people on the river back, no 3t was made to endeavor tore-ca" from a watery grave, and ot h were drowned. During the pa son a very large numbehpr of ; been lo~t ehrougo th' fiad aC~l quite evident that the vork- , Society is unknown to the na;, of the people iu Vic,? id. L no less than 154 persons ..t h lives by accidental drowni0 in State. There are hundreds ofaP tive efforts at :escue every year, there are many in which p sb tragedy is made into a double through the absence of a lit:tle ledge on the part of the iut rescuer. The knowvled ofd Schafer method of resuscit.tiun most useful one and e'am be lenarat five minutes, and is inav...

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State Elections. A SWEEPING CHANGE. FARMERS' UNION SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

If State Elections. 3 t A SWEEPING CHANGE. SIPAF MERS"' 'UNION SUGGESSE~ . , S r Short, sharp, and decisive is jus anoui the description of tha general elections for the Victorian L;-isla tive Assembly. With judgment Swhic ftiled, the Peacock Govern 'mrnt rushed the electors somewhat, Sbt the same electors had already made up their minds, and the result waF not good for the Government. Of the last House, the Speaker and the Minister for l silwayv, the secre tary to the Cabiuet, IMe.-irs. Keast, A. Gray, au Farrer, were told em phaticavy by thb elecmors that there were better meu to fill their places. On the Labor side. Mr Blackburn, who has made some strong speeches regarding tbe war, was relegated to private life, but the Party more than equalled things Dy securing Jiki Jik: anUd Dundas. As a result of the ef fort, the Peacockians make a sorry show of 12, Labor counts 21 (with 3 Independents), and tue balance of the House is made up of Economy Party. A gratifying fiatnre vwas the s...

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Orange Blossoms. POLE—CUMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

Orange Blossoms. POLE--GUMMING. On 26th September a very pretty wedding took place at Mr. T. Pole's Sresidence, W'elshman's Plains. The Scontracting parties were Mr. George Pole and Miss Isabella Cumming, and the Rev. Richards, of Murray Sville, tied the knot well and ;ruly. The bride was attired in a handsome dress of white silk, trimmed with lace, and wore the customary wreath and veil. Miss Pole, cousin to the groom, was bridesmaid, and looked very well in white voile. Mr. A. Cumming carried out the dnuties of best man as if he had rehearsed his part well. After the ceremony some 25 couples, some of whom knew all about married life, sat down to the wedding breakfast, and duly honored the incidental toast list. After she breakfast had been duly honored and done full justice to, the coup!e left on their honeymoon, the bride's travel ling dress being navy blue coat and skirt, with white sailor hea. The presents were many and handsome, the following being a list of tie principal ones...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Camaraderie. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

Camar?aderie. The following letter needs no comment :-France, 31/5/17. Dear Mr Beasley--On behalf of No 7 Platoon I am writing to tiy and ex press our deep sympathy at the death of your son, Wiiasim, who was killed in action orn the night of the 27th or 28th May, 1917. He died while doing his duty and ttherd can surely be no more glorious death; he did not suffer, cs death was ii stantaneons. I ?ar, assure you your son was extremely well liked by all otficers and men of the oompany ; always willing and cheerfal no matter how unpleasant, ti htask ; always I cool and resourceful under fire ; we miss him very much. I sincerely hope that the knowledge ~f how i well your boy was doing his bit over i here will lessen your sorrwcrin your i great loss. Once agaic let me assure you of the deep sympathy of his comrades. Trusting you are well, I am, yours very sincerely, J H. Sharp, Sgt., No 7 PlatoEn.

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The Hotel Polls. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

The Hotel Polls. People mostly took the subject of hotel licences a t Ouyen and Mur rayville as a matter of course. The results, as given in our local news, tells hbdw unanimously, practically, the electors decided that properly supervised drinking is preferable to the present system indulged in by those who prefer ardent spirits or plain beer to the juice of the grape. It is not only the drinking side whioh has to be cons;idered, but the advantage which must accrue to each of t-e towns concerned by the pro vision of increased accommodation for the travelling and visitiug public. No matter who is successful in ob taining the licence, the Board will insist, as it must under the Mallee Licences Act, on armple provision be ing made both for housing and feed ing those who frequent the town, should they desire to put up at the hotel. While expressing their grati fication at the result, the great bulk of those who voted are prone to over look the strenuous work entailed in arranging first...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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National Service. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

National Service. On Thursday, oth December, the Fedieral Government 'will srb rmit to 'hc.people of Xustraia a refere.l', and th .nhatters to he cornsidered and voted on are the foillowing :' Vointa~r enlistment is to con tinue. The number of reinforcements required is 7,000 per month. Compulsory reinforcements wGil be called up by ballot to the extent to which voluntary en listment fails to supply fthis number." SThe ballot will be from aramrong single men only, between the az~ of 02o and 44 (including -w'dov. and d'i.orcees without children de pendent upon them). The following will be exe-nmp : (r) Persons who are physically un fit for service : (2) Judges of Fedle- al andl State courts, and police. special, and stivendiarv magis trates: (3}) Ministers of re!igion; (4) Persons whose employment in any particular industry is declared by the prescribed authority to be necessary for the supply of food and material essential for the war; (5) Persons whose relgious belief does not allo...

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

For Sale, Wanted Etc. tHAFF for sale, any quantity. S. Pole, .Nyang. RAUG. T Horses, 3 to 7 years, for - ~ r--, from '17; tral; terms if r-qgtared. E. liiggins, Onyen. 1?YC~bH ANGE.- Souther Farms ftor i Northern; clients waiting sell or let, 'Full particulars Willilms, 281 Col insh st., City. 1jOR Sale.-Pine Posts, 40/ per 100 at I' stnmp, Timberoo.- Apply Chas. IDennis, Ouyen. " TjOR Sale.-Pine Posts, 27/G per 10 .1E at stump, Apply Albert ngge oer A. Monaghan, TimbEroo. OR Sale.--Mailking Cows, with . calves at foot; will Exchange for dry onesrc; or will Buy any class of dry cattle. W. Ingwersen, Onyen. IO7R Sale--T-woHeavy Draught Geld S ings, 5 and 6 years old, guaranteed ar'-und and staanc,. W. Ingwexrsen, [OR Fale --Two pedigreed Y'orkshire F.' Boars, 3 months old, from Melboa?ue 8how. Apply W. Ingwersen, Ouyen. FIOR Sale. - Secondhatd Dignan ' Stripper, two seasons, £40, Sfe.; Dignan btripper, one season, £53, M5t,; 5be-rer Harvestt r 5ft li=., one season, .£75; 3ia~s:y-BSia...

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

CO-OPERATIVE COY. LTB. IS9 to 60O5 Collins-st., Meloourne. SELL ON CONSIGNMENT R1VE ST . ?K. W,'O:. GRAIN, HIDES SKINS, TALLOW, C,:AFF, "OTATOES., ani ALL KI?NDS OF PRODUCE. -SOLE AGENTS IN T?IS STATE FOR Iehate, to ;arehohieirs on Live Etock, ,l.ver*,-,?2; Sthiii : Ients ruder the \'ieroriat: G?ovr:'awt;=:; V:'t,- Shcheme. "? -,oe:.r'i I'n -, •: .;: .iov I.r Precan tiuns VW,?) E t.. ion:. T.?bbih j'in ASteir n L,' th- War Pre cat-tk:onz (r;,!.sh:1 ?lki:, ze;.; tionlts. AUC'TiION SALE' W tEEKX OF" ±ides, 'kink, an ' Tailow. .=e.day-- a,"d Thays, Dairy Produce: - Fridtys, Dead Meat.. _LDE STOCK SAL S AS FOLLOWS: ne.ldays, Newmarket, Sheep, Lambe. w-,an zsiay., ,, Fat Cattle. -Wt-dnediay- Corporation Pig. nmi Th-.re.'- 'iards · :idays, ,, D)airy and Store Cattle. B ENDIG?. -.-n-days--Sheep, Lamb-. Tuesday~s- Cattle, Ca' es. Fridays-Pi-s. DEŽALLA. .i.Terna-te 'Tpe'd-ay %Teep. Lamb' and (Catule, 'i. -. WANUGAIATTA. ! ternate Thurlsday--Sheep, Lambs, and -"zttle. Tnesdays-Dairy Cattle. P...

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Shire Rates [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

S Shire Rates SIs it any wonder coe's nerres get .shaken ? Last week, scannincg the hi.n, the news mostly was jnss the sort- the average? tockie'likes. Thb's general elections bore the imprint of' importance, and the scribe's notesi on the necessity for unity on the part~ of the battler gave a zest tol m neals. There wa-i the proverbial fly i? the amber, and it occupied a position such as might posibly escape notice armog the interesting paragraphs. It referred to the shire rate. Knowing it was somewhere about time the annual demand waFs made for rates, the paragraph nearly got past with a casual glance. But the second fi'ure caught the eye, and I satn up suddenly. "Cr Heebt has given notice of his intention so more at the next ordinary meeting i of the Walpeop shire council that a rate of 1/6in the £ be struck throu~ah ount the shire." Good old Mr Editor (the pen nearly wrote "baldheaded Mr Elditor" but that would be a gross slander) tried to soften the blow by, a neat reference to...

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

fg3@ERS, DRAPERS, IRONMOAGERS, MERARNTS, 5 AND GOMMISSJN AND MACHINERY AGENTS. ROBERTS - & - GILLE .PI 8 Opposite Pos?t Office, O-? -- Oke Street, Ouyen. AeEGENSPST FLD L TE IuNG ESF AT IMN -EIELL LINEAS. . AGENTS ?'oR{ ALL-TIHE LEAJIANG MIAKERS orF IARM IMPLEMENTS -AXD MACH!INERY. '.. OBINSON & CO., SPOTSWOOD. BIG ·'E" LITTLE "'E" --- FEDE?IAL LOCAL AGENT-- - OKE. crkt Re!.rev;,j,; v- . W. ~Beer,W; Box 4, Ouyen. ORDER E~RLY. Stock Of i plicateS On Hand. 'Phorne No. 5. L. SELKIRK, :T jF-r Wi.V"~ '1 Manures,. James el ,I? ('c. whe:1d tnyers, Tlhe rce ?,ci -t ', . li?ics ;i.-- ed cov ,n fillov ing risk--: Fire, Per .(.'cil, at t Iand SicknCess, Fi .-.v ;mr` ",c-: .,) I,?yers" Li 'l'y. "Vrer' Cou-pensation, ea . • c,? ir, - , and Live Stock i:nf l.En and Tent Company. Al Cuanvas Giood-, YEN BAKERY. Is beik " continued by the undersigned I?'wavs. ,one but the best urt is ulc! in turning out JEBSTO BRI~EAD. ~cs, cdd ings, Birthday k.jl- .:lk d dances cat foir en tihei sho...

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Biography of H. H. Whitfield "THE MALLEE KING," Private A.I.F., France. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

hfuvlapy or H. H. Wb itfleld " THE MAiSLLE KING," Private A.I.F., France. [Br H. S. V. BvssT.i What historical ground he stood on, and what tremendons e.citement :here was engendered between the y~ars 1792 and 1815 by a subaitern of Corsica waving his Imperial flag over ahe most ancient capitals of Europe! It was the priviilege of a Mailie? farmer, and it is a privilegie to be cailed upon and to voluntarily s.rve " the instigation of the Com ttooeaklh in the Australian Imperial ?Lrces, to defeat the nation that has t&ken on itself the right to say Di)eutseherland Uber Alle," and which I have no doubt will never be ?resised, in spite of the depressing recent results in Italy and Russia. Tbhe belief of the subaltern above eferrod to was that the bullet was not cast that would kill him. If it had been so with the subject of bthis biography. the forces in France would have realised his individual fighting powers. A Kitchener, a Haig, a Joffre in the making, who, if his for bears...

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