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Help Wanted: An Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

Help %Waited : An Appeal •n"OVn;y . 1 xc.? , d~- ho has a hbus Sd.abd, b?cher, anfd. lour. brothers-in law in the fight: writes :--Sir, "Will you allow me space in your paper to ask able-bodied men -in this district just to stop and think, and see ii they can r'alize that there is really a war on, as?o ask toremruselves it t-hey do not feet they are needed to belp to win t~his war ; to stop it ; sturely there's something for all to do at this preent time. No.hbciy wishes to see a man enlist against. his will; t?he are not fighting courageous men: a man wh. gones to fight be cause be wants to help, is the bravest ~un. Some say married men should Inor go, but surely a wife who is wr4ih .having is wor'tr: ffhting for, en. surely lie loves his children etoigh to help to protect them from hirg governed by the "Hluns" when hey- gro'w to be men and women. The Australiao wcrmen do not want cowards for husbands. The borrowed as?iag is quite true "Better to be married to half a man than a who...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

pFIONER STORES3 WALPEUP gEGBN & SCMUBERT. , ,i;(J( lAS,DINAPERS. 1ANl IO'[(,N .uIs. -l1iT, ;N, POLLARD-N WIRE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT CURRENT RATES. pRIGES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! ___ SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS. . H.ft; eard a[nd Siuson, Clarence Smuti. Interna;tiOn:0. Mercantile 1Mutal h-X" Ii Insuraince, andul .-:iires. _RN_ -- OP,' E,, ? 1 DRAPRk GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. gOWE-SrT, OUYEN. T E T L. KENNEDY, LgrAC SMiITH & - OKE-ST., OUYEN. FI F.L alGHT, ' - Stripper Combs a Spe "- cialtv. ;a;ven B;uggy Whi-ei's ,Tyyed To Perfection. Guaranteed Not To Dish. [i r- T.-s-. l! ". pe Niv Plant For Sharpening Disc Plates. HZAD OFFICE " *'f- l BiYDfNt. Cs, Genersal Bank-ing Business p.rf'I Ct as 2nd Towns of AustraNia, Londcn, T idwrth (1a!iCuuy P':n,. and RazsuL. CaCla rmittac made tu,. and drat;* drawa on ifarsin ier di*set. 7 s | b;s ne-cotiated and col!ected. Letters f1 ere-df i=- d to sn? 7zrt J - ?I rSLa. 3 n'(; -n -7 e-**-e R-' - | - B n- wrT-p deicri...

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

Australians. (Dediated to some of the "elite"' of Dar iarn, nter hearing their opinion iof the Anrs-! - tralians.< "We arenot cotton spinners alI, but some linve England and her honoryet." $fe stan'! on the shore at Duealr, And watch the tra un-rts go To £nglad from Australia, iuarr3 ing to and fro, k.arnm g the men of a at.tiJn W'ho are L..? to the core To .=tand or fall by the Motherland; An/d they're sending thousandls more. W?Aiee w\atehed the snips returaIng With the crippled and the nirucd, 4Ja.n lii,,ue .mJ..:ail an ib.C. 2JLe dea:hless nami rf "Arfzae' 'Ihat thrills from Iole to Pole, The remnants ot our heroes i.) the l.ng a-nd g~:rious Pcl!. And now in their tens ot thL~aSnds. Come the nmei to iil: their r?n.uk ; And what do we do to show them ojur love, our pride, our thanks? Wae can't dw, me.:'L .I '.- ;' BJut gie thet a .is j.j *Lx i.r WhLiie the real elite heat a shocked re treat Why, they saw one drinking beer ! O Gid! ('.md we .houw these misers 7-.· rrt&a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

State Savings Bzank. ?aEDIT FOGIt?ER =s.018~ ON ARM In surs from £50 to £2000 1etersstG-6 per cent. ~ether with a sinking fiund, which pays ,A:e ian n 27? years. o.ANss on oTorra".s, VrI.As and SuoPS sums from 5 50 to £ liO0. Interest er cent., together with a sinking ;d. which pays off the loan in 18j o ~charge For M~Iortgage Deed. Li.r.: may bIe paid off on any pay r~, snbject to a small charge if paid off iiil the first five years, butno penalty te:r ve years. Forns way be obtained at any branch the State Savings Bank, or by writing The Inspector General, Elizaheth-St., Melhourne. : DENTISTRY.] J. W. BROWNBILL. 3~IILDUUA AND MARYBOROUGH. iRccorded by the Dental oar-d of Victoria.) ilf visit All Towns between Ouven I ad :,!rrayville once each month regularly. IURSDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER.. )uyera, A.I Day. Mr. W. J. O'KEEFE, - EXPERT OPTICIAN, - 13 Ct;sell street, Hawksburn. iiu.ng Ouyen and along the MIurray ile line regularly Every Six Weeks. ,- bticial light or the sun try your Eyes?...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What It Is Like. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

What It Is Like. The following extra ts are from an interesting letter to his sister from Pte. R. A. Boom. who en listed at Underbool:-" The papers say this is the biggest mwve of the war, arid I quite believe them. The last three nights have been nerfect hell for all concerned. . . . The Snerve-racking part is you can hear I the shells coming about four or five seconds before the fall, and it is tnat interval which plays havoc with your nerves. . .. A couple of nights ago I was among those cart ing ammunition to a new position right alongside a roadway which we found to our cost Fritz had the range of. There was a lot of traffic, and we were .l1 jambel dnp on a narrow part of the road. Fritz 1started shelling the road, and Oh, God, the mess he made.. . We had to cart up and down that road until daybreak, and at intervals Fritz would open fi-e on it_ Not only did he shell tae road, but right to the ammunition dump and into paddock where the guns were in positiocn . Just as we had fi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Our Railway [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

- - Our R il-'-y Perhaps a ibit? is., o, i n v-i of j th raqilways q'estio in the reCenr. elections; ponsisbly ~ f.'w ligures would not be anris-. Beciuse the railways are cot pF..yiii, freihlt= c ih "d fares are inCreised, ani we want to show Iidw th& Wnnrnm.ng to Milduira line has shown the wsy to par. TI 191I 17 t'hi line ree-ived 32.930 tons of goods, ani sent :ay· v 76 99I tons, the revenue h-ing £59.46. Of this Mildura and I ymole contribjted £21.46t and Oupen £7295. Passen "ers to'the number of :? 967 paid in fares 3i9,394. On the top of this Merbein erae 4S869, or in round oInmbers £95000. Fair interest on the oubtay, and adlowance for run ning.expenses. Is will he 4nmethinU for the new member for Swan Hill tio "ge busyon. He wii, s:ill s.,z the line whenever he coines home, and it is an easy matter f-Jr "?Mi ; p,)v c the Commissioners, clear of. allI i donb, ihat not only does the reviuhae justify a decent service, but such a service would m?era a qavint' of about £...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kudzo—The Great Fodder [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

Kudzo -The Great Fodder B. Harrison, F.R.E S, Bunrr bar, N.S.W., writes:-This plant is a native of Japan, where it is a lead- ing crop, and it is also highly com- mended by the United States authori- ties. This is a perennial vine, and its numerous merits compared with lucerne, which is styled the "Kings fodder plants," are many. It suc- ceeds in any class of soil, if drained does not require any fertiliser, it rapidly enriches poor soil. it does not require to be cut at a certain times to save it. It will transform poor s0il or barren hillsides into profitable use, it makes good permanent pas- ture, and it is not injurious to stock at any stage - either green or dry - and when fed to cows it will produce more and richer milk than any other single feed, as it is more nutritious than either lucerne or bran. It is said that in the United States it has produced four cuttings of 2½ tons each per acre annually. It is very drought resistant, as it roots deeply and the vines cover the grou...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 November 1917

Local and General. The electors at both Ouyen and Murrayville settled the quetion as to whether they considered hotels necessary in the respective centres i very emphatically. A: the Onyen end 317 said Y'es and 31 No. In the Murrayville area 232 declared for beer, etc., vwhile 22 thought present arrangements suited. : he Board will now have to declde on the licensee for the first 12 months, I and we may expect early sittings. Apparently it is not geterally known that anyone intending to hold an entertainment mu-t send notice to the local police of such intention, giving full particulrs of the name of the entertainment, its object, and so on. no mratter whether it is for patriotic purposes or not. The police forward the particulars to the Deputy Commis sioner of Taxes, who decides whether the amusement tax is pay able. In some places heavy penal ties have been imposed for failure to furnish particulars or Fay the tax. Once more the sad news: Among the heroes dead Is Cpi. Vincent Ritc...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

For Sale, Wanted Etc. H!IAFF for sale, any quantity. S. Pole, SNyang. .XCHANGE.- Southern Farms for j Northern; clients waiting sell or Fall particulars WVilliims.281 Col Sst. Cit3. ~OR SIale.-Pine Posts, 30/ per 100) at Stuarp, Timberoo.- EAppvly Chas. nniS, Ouyen. .iR Sale.--Pine Posts, 27/6 per 100, Sat siump. Apply Albert Bnugge or A. oaghan, Timberoo. OR Saie --MIilking Cows, with calves at foot; will Exchange for -oees; or will Buy anyclassof dry ite. W Ingwersen, Onyen. OR Sale--Two Heavy Draught Geld ;ings, 5 and 6 years old, guaranteed end and stauncb. .W. Ingwersen, :ren. 'OR Sale -Two pedigreed Y'orkshire Bo.rs, 3 months old, from Melbourne orr. Apply W. Ingwersen, Onyen. 'OR Sale. -. Secondhand Dignan . tripoer, two seasons, .£40, 5ft.; ga ntripper, one season. £50, 5ft,; leaer Harvester, 5ft 3mn.. one season, i; 3Iassev-Harris Drill, two seasons, s. Terms may be arranged for any ith above M.Fitzgerald. I:GA Weighbridge.-- Applications . for the position of Caretaker for...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

Bereavrement N?otices k o uid Mr. Bell of Paignie, desire to express their heard.eit th-alks to 1 fr:ends for their Itters and , ,'s-::plathy in their recent deep o 'i- the lossof their son, IHarold, dI- If woutnd in It'alestine on o-vetnfler. K.? at Mrs. 'R 1iffe'a1Ya y'iiFEid ji re to Thank their many kind In.s i,r ,-isitS, letters, cards, especial Mr. Iir~rgreavCs, .the 'Iiichers aind !,-s oi the Ouyen State SCh6ol, iani L.;irs of the local- RetCroes Society I a:]-~ivther kind fricnds,..for their essit-iu- of sympathy in the. loss of ir dear Son and Brother, Pte.. RmVine, Swas killed in action in France 15th tojr. 1917.

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Shire Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

Shire Ra~tes. Conneillor 'Hebht, -J.P., obliges "Squeaker" :-Sir,--fJaf a line or two to steady "Squeaker's'" nerves a little. He seems to have got 8 shock when reading my notice of motion. I moved this motion, firstly, a? the request of a large nurmber, of my supporters-; a.nd had "Slueaker" been at anyof my m--.i?gs before the last electioo, hte would have been told why I favore . a higher rate (while the years are good) in prefj rence to anothber loan. By striking ,. higber rate now, we witl be able to do much necessary work, and whe the lean years come agsi, (whiel ,they surely will) the rate can o reduced; whereas if we 'raised another loan now, we would have to pay a high rate .f interr-sr.,.and bbi" would hive to be uarSet, b. they good or lean vears. "Sqi-iker " says, while readig; the se.-crary's last report, ·e still seem to have a lot of money to spend. He is quise right there; but 1: may say this for his information that by the time all our contracts are iaihshed asid pa...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

Local and General. The Mallee grows other produce besides wheat. On Monday week Mr. R. Brooks started stripping a crop of oats with two Little E har vesters, and the return was 19 bags to the acre. That's good, and we would like to hear of more. Some of the earlier wheat crops are very nearly ready for the machine, so we may soon expect the heavy traffic on the roads. Our Cowangie correspondent tells us that word has 'been received. obf the wountiding of Ptes. Roy Sinerd ii and Peter Robertson, while Private Ciif. Smerale is reor missing. Moeplaces to fill,, and.you have to say on 20th December whether it shall be by compulsion or volun tarily. " I saw flying machines put to gether in twenty minutes in the United States," said Mr. H. Hoyle former N.S.W. MIinister for Rail ways, who returned to Sydney on Wednesday from a trip to America. The construction and ?assembling of machines has greatly impressed him. He added:-" While that feat is easily a record now, I was assured that withi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

1ouyen Farmers' Weigh bridge Coy., Ltd. 'PLICATIONS addressed to the undersigned rill be received up to S pn., on MIONDAYI, 3rd December for the position of Caretaker. Saarl 20/- arti 40 per cent of weighing fees., 1. D. MIITCHELL. Secretar?: PRACTICAL BODTMAKER COWANGIE, And proinises Cuntoxner a fair deal and Satisfaction. Order Work A Specialty. Repairs promptly and Carer!y Attended To. Orders from along the line will recewve as good at tention as those delivered personally. Date of Starting - - Dee. I. -SO REEP IT IN- 3IND.- Saturday Night i IN TIE Ouyen Public Hall. The Returned Soi:iier' Concert Party w it give a Camp Fire CON'CERT IN AID OF THE RETURNED SOLDIERS & SAILORS. Bright Singing. Instrmental Numbers, Conjuring, Card Manipulatio' Etc, Come and Hearor or Heroes. riHelp the Men to Help their 3Mntes. Prices-2s and Is. (No tax) Reserved Seats bd extra. Box Plan at Oke's. Concert starts at 9 p.m. G. BULL, 3igr. IMRS DAVIE, Local Sec. F:iU T FRiliT FXUIT For Your Su...

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The Conscription Issue. SENATOR PEARCE AT OUYEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

..The Con . ISENATOR P1EARCT AT OUYEN. In the short interval between she arrival and departure of Lhe f?ast. .rain on .Monday; Senator Pdaree, Mifiisfer i of Defence, gave a brief addres- on the abovequestion. Cr.- t. W:-PiSia erin&4gpresident of the shire, biily introducsd the speaker, who said the people aMssembe!d would cememher it had been promisead th;at tie quethon of compnlsory service would nodst *e referred to the people again unless occasion demanded. No one could dispute that ocaJsiou had arisen. Russia, owing to treaceery, was downj Iand out, and instead: of having the assisetance of the 18,000,000 soldiers she was reported to have when the last referendum was taken, it was probable now that not only would a separate peace be made, but snpplies for the enemy be available. Then !there was the drive in ltaly, alao jthe result; of treachery. If this was I successfnl, enemy subrarines would have the run of the Tt'editteraian,a and the door would be open to Egyptj and...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Y.M.C.A. Returned Soldiers' Concert Party. COMING TO OUYEN. UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

Y.M.C.A. Returned Soldiers' Concert Party. COM ING TO OLYEX. fNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT, IMr. W. J. Richardti, advance nmatagter ,f th t talented combintion of returned oldierv who are touring Australia to aise funds for the ?var work of that magnilicent institutioii, the Y.M.C.A-, L&s. arranted for the party to appear in :.he Public iiall, U1ye,, next ;S;turday nighr. MrL. Davie has kindly undertaken the iocal secretaria! work. Thb- coceert party, which started to -iar Victoria abonr nir;e week-- ago, has hld an unparale'll.- run of saucess. It : iypea~ e in tile I'r nces. Theatre, Bendigo, r-'rentjy, wlen ii is zc.su; of tie eveniu'n- i effort £312 was ral.sed. The party ail appeared in thl Mci.'bo;rne Tkw,!t Hall iexro;e a throunged audicnce, over which Hiis E.Ixclle'cy ;:.1 Gvcieinor l' Victoria t.ir Arthur Stanley, i:rt-ided. Tlhy are ali returncd v,.ictrs, with t-h c cep:ien i ,f the tenadigo '"- l?vy WoVder," \-'allin ton Ayrz, 12 years vi age. the reginental i ,t anil, :m?...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Work For Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

VWSork For ParliHament. --.ie Ar ita-u- Ndking shop in Meilource. a tea~n o legfatorsOtSc. q3ocrn @-:rn arY seer&t new ani en husiastic men, nos -eS Sc "nianrdced 0 the en rvaniu'g inti eia&Tihir'fratu e fiSF rrom"i' -ina we hope for perh~aps tomuch, b.it Et 'is while they are sweet that, w~ e_? fo'- '-igon Some 'ilere 're swho 'e :eember ti.a:vAr sbram jwA gval of few, years, ago anrdits oat~cc?me. v azrom electorate (ldaiy) ou r .Ar. -ancnaster in a, the boss reformer aud soon after thel?fo16se nc:i he made speech on the,reform.lires. The ?er eack let hillaugh? go lound and long., and cria an -s o tht etnse dl t:ie 'meriment our late Premier replied : f'Yo'll scron fihd Parlizmenr a, very nice iub.'" Whereupon Mr; Lan~ae ter ss.?ed a party lo ;r~form the Be frcni-rs--and reformed himself out ni Par!lamena There's the danger. If the in~nuene o thbe "'clu is .anui enly st.rong to break down the ec.r gyof 0he new biood~, he outlook ~is bad if tihe shiagth will bear th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

ivCTOAjR P~TROJDUCEES' .60ERBATiVE COY. LTW. 9 to :,: " l: ;!in-s'M., ' " elbonurne. SELL :N CONSIGN;SIENT I:- STOt K. W. rOb, GRAIN, IIDEYS F A.- :fALLOW, C. AFt', oT . ,nd ALL KINDS OF IRODUCE . AoLNT.; I: THs ST.ATe FOR I-Cj[, ,! A p O,.SPH A'T'. .r'.,r- 'n Iive SLtok, , - 'wi ., is, Etc. , -er, nt ,ider the X.a hi .n behLem1.1 ... ,:·: ,, .::l: \. ? ar Precan . .:. -r the War r"e in-', and Taliunw. filt,?;- t'oZI'',.NATi':5- 'l*E.LS 1 .r.?dys,. Di-iry Produce; ri,,-, eL.d t.Meat. .1 -." .'L-S AS FOLLOWS: -. Nes arker, Sheep, LambL. : ,h . .,.;%' , . Fat Cattle. ,?ne- day£ Corporatnon Pie. Thurs.' , 1:1rds - , Dairy ani - Store Cattle. BENTLIGO. ...:. sheer L:ambs. Tuesdays--- I t.tle. C', es,. Fridays---Pigs. IENALLA. ,.r,:ate Tuesiayvs-Sheep. Lambs] and Catt::e, Pigs. WAN ;GARATTA. r..tte hursda-irV--S!ieep, ILambs, and ..'Lh. 'rp e-'::-Dairy Cattle, Pigs. ALLARAT.T. Tf;-.l a . p__.,:, Larls, and C3attle., SHEPPAlRTON. T?e&rays-Sh-L'ep and Cattle. ST'. ARNAUD. I-arnyr--...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

GRSeERS, DRAPERS, PIROMAERS, 1EdReHANTS, liNO CMMiISSIO AND MReINERY RAGENTS. NROBBERT - & I ~ LLESPIBI ... "?il::,~c "" O ~e~ G~ t uyen. Opposite Post Office, .Oke Str?t . Ouyen, * - eH PEnvST N . .E aST = IN ALL = LINs AGENTS FOR ALL THE L~EADING iMAKERS OF FARM TIPLEMENTS AND M1ACHINERY. T. ROBINSON & CO., SPOTSWOOD. BIG 'E" LITTLE "E" FEDERAL HARVESTERS, LOCAL AGENT--W. OK D',t-ict Represetative--A. W. Beer.1 Eox 4. Ouyen. ORDER EARLY. Good Stock Of Daplicates On Hand. 'Phone No. 5. FOR SALE. SECONDHAND MACHINES. M-Ccrm;ik Binder, 6 ft., £30. Uassey Earris Binder, 6 ft., £25. Dsering Binder, 6 ft., £35. Thb above are aii in good' order, E.ai iaspection of same is luvited. Terms Gash. Apply CHAS. GARDNER, Alma st., St. Arnmad. TFIE OUiYEN BAKERY. Is being continued by the undersigned Ai aiways. nouie but the best of flour is used in turning out THE BEST OF BREAD. Picnics. WVeddings, Birthday I Parties. P-._1s and dances cat ered for on the shortest notice, i.i MOD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

~ STM IS WAJP P1 GR N & SeHUBERT,. 'ROCEKW, DRAPER:. AN;* ^; moMNl j C., I:;\, I'OLLARD. WIRE OF i :., *' :.-'"LONS AT CURRENT .RATES, ~CES RIGHT! . QUALITY RIGHT! S SI__ ECIAL PRICES FOR C'ASqH "PRDER.--- . ndl Si-son, Clarence Smith, laterat:oar.t, 3Mremaotile Mutual Insnrance, :an Man?? res. O. ROit, EB DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. fE-ST., GUEN. L. KENNEDY, L.CKSMITH & KE-ST., OUYEN. "§ELttlG IT, _ Sripwer Combs a Se- . cia l ty . ?! .r... Wheed Tyred To Prfecticu. (Guranteed Noet To Dish. i H.va Installed a New Plant For Sharpenaiog Dise Plate-s monwahankotnstrahia UZAD OFFICE - - SYDZEY. 7, G ~enerat Banking Business P, ? ', C;ttes i'd Towns of Australia. London, Tldworth (Salisbury Plain), r Robu, L TsL -?-?s1trnes made to. and drafts drawn on fortie l aces direct. F"ndre tint r egtiated and collected. Lectter tf credit "ed dto uay pat of tbhe wuld. 3ankrir vuJ Erchange Business of every descrtption transated withta abe Coumma -~t~7, Ca::rd K...

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Orange Blossoms. SHARD—WHIBLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 November 1917

Orange Blossoms. SHARD-WHIBLEY. Weddings are fairly plentiful in the district just now. Its a prosperous sign and no one objects, lest of all those directly concerned. On Wed nesday last All Saints Church of Eng tand, Ouyen, was the scene of a pret ty wedding, the contracting parties being Frank, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Shard, of Ouyen, and Miss A Whibley, of Kyneton. The Rev. W. Walters performed the ceremony, and did the job well. The bride was attired as befitted the occasion, as were also Misses Myrtle Shard and R. M lien, who acted as bridesmaids.   Mr. Bert Boucher was best man and being now well in train for this particular class of job, carried out his       duties to the letter. After the cere mony a number of friends assembled   at the residence of the groom's parents   , where the wedding breakfast was laid out. The usual list of toasts ?,n.tc?-rlt, to these occasions was duly .orwe, -, wi...

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