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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

I Deatit. VALENTINE.-At Melbourne on 28th Novemxbr, Catherine. relict of the late Andrrew Valen ine andl mi.her of D:ris Si(Mrs. Whitworth) and George. Age 5L At Rest~ I -

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wonderful Steel Hands. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

W"onder?al Steel Hands. Sir IIn-vy Normarn. F.P, after paying a visit- reiently to Profesor Jules Amnr, Sthe eminent F'ench sr??me.a who is "re pairing" thouwands of broken soldiers, ,tated that there were, three one-armed fitters in the dtoetor's lboratory, who were earning 616 a day,. One nf the'n, irn his spare moments, am?nued himn=If by tu-ning on a, lathe little brass shells. as ourvenirs, as well as any turrner codn1 have di-ne. ': Professor Anrer off rPl a cniarette to a man whose arrm ha' brss .anputated just below the shoulder. Sir Henry NYorman was about to take i. ei6enicte from his own case in order to hand it to the man, who.. sayinr. "P.ae.n n r'. I "am help my self," proceeded to take one with his steel hand. Placing the eitgarette in his mouth he selected a mtch iroim a box, and struck it on the box in Isie vrHd hand, and lig:sted the eI.rere., holding the lit1rsd maeel in his ste. '-fhrad. A sconudmnei, usi.'g his artificial hand, n~r:sp?l the ha?df Sir Henry Norma...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

The Sutheriesi; d -T,,?r Car PULL OUT. Co Sl- siviid Be Without C One - -, will puh out a 2-tqn e-ar, is simp!e anti ..i.Sy to ?srk; weigh~ uMler 20 1. -., anid wil ,, de:tlr sat of Ctar. 5y !iengthen ing "?,aio or rope can cro--P ;ny str?e?tl. is al -hardly for nl'Pine up weights. grubbing, etc. 51f--Price--O/ . P. O'Keefe, Agent, Ouyen Geo. Carter, L~scelles. For Ilia'. Will Rlun To and Frmln Any I;Part of the St;ate.. Ring up Lascellec. Post O)tfi e Caz Ket.r- Express Train at Lascelles -mry Moday-. Azldres:- Minmpre '-t .ro. k!.· .les SUILDER & COl ROAGTOR. OUYlN. P'LANS ESTIM AT ES PR:C~PI ED- GIVEN. B.EST WORIOMAN S1IPF (GUAt?-? FED At Melbournae Prices EWanted KnomWr1. J. BOOT H E ~BO BTP , ~-~6is prcpaed[ to <io any class of Brick or S5one work in ie dfatrict at lowest rates. Wrhy have a -ooden house built when there is plenty flimesto??one, and a place can be built far C.eaper? Estimrates giver. Apply J. o~dh. lKridklayer. Underbsol P (. R. MARTIN Eaircdr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

For Sale, W]anted Eto. HA FF for sale, any quantity. S. Pole, JNyang. EXCHANGE.--Souther Farms for Northern clients waitiag sell or let, Full particulars Wil!iZlms, 281 Col lins st., City. -OR Sale.-Pine Poets, 30/ per 100 at 2 stump, Timberoo.- Applv Cbass. Denlnis, Ouyen. FOR Sale.-SunshiUe Harvester. 5 ft. in good order, cheap. Cn be ?crn at Eert. Crosbie's, three miles from Tempy.-Jas. Crosbie, Tempy. TOR Saic.-- Raspberries and Lgau herj.es available in a few ~eS Excellenr for Jam making. We can snsp pl'y strawberries now. Correaepoudee inviteda J. J. iPnhto, **Ffarirais *~ Wand n. ___R _e.- __ine Posts, __"___ per 1Q Satstump. Apply Albert Bgge or A. iMonaghan, Timberoo. " OSTfrom Cowangie., lowset, xr.edan I.J drught gelding, 5 vrs., br-ndEd, had shoe on near hini foot, rmaking tc ward~s Sunset whn last seen. Rewa~ n ~or zformation. A. S. D"ayman, Cowan .. . . . ... .... . .... . . . .. ...- - - - .. .. . . . SOST--3 brv _Geldings-Or.e lg~it ll bay, white streak down face; r....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Camarardie. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

Camarardie. Letters ssch as ihe following sof ten the blow a bit. They are from officers of the late soldier : SDear Mr. Tonkin,-I regret very much having to te!l you of the death of your son Allan in the recent heavy fih?ctng. He was a corporal under my command for some time prior to his death. During tho advance of 20th September he led his section Swith a total disregard of danger, and behaved most gallantly during the operations. Despite a shrapnel wound in the arm, he refused to leave the trenehes until the rest of the company was to be relieved He was hit by a piece of high Seplosive shell during the relief at about 12.30 in the morning of 22nd September, ssveral pieces penetrating his body. The stretcher-bearer car ried him straight away to the dress ing station, whence he was evacuated to No. 17 casualty clearing station. There he died on 24th September, and was buried in the big cemetery, adjoinion which is near the town of Pcperinghe, in Belgium. Alan was ja model type of ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen County Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

Ouyen County Court. !Two c.a;es were listed at Oyer. i County Court on Wednesday, Judj e i Winneke presiding. The first- ae was a claim by IMrs. M. Thomas, e, aetJhyog, farer, e aainsat A.rhn. 3Lean, of Walpeop, for 914 11/6, being the value iof bh~ale of bags alleged to have beer hborrowed hy defendant and not re- turued. .r. Park appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Waiter to defend. The loan was not disputed, bc. de·fendant claimed the bags had aeer Sreturned-?n fact, twice over. Evi donee in support of the cimL2 -wa given by ptlintift and her son John, bot?h denying emphatically that tho hale of bags had ever ieen reis.?.e. For the defence. M'rL.an said the witness John Thomas _ad one day .pulled in to where the bales werer with h-s wggon, and, he believed, took a bale. ater, when ain asked ahout the agSe, he said h shought the return bale had .'~ec taken: but, to save any firbhe bother, told Thomas ;o take a b'ole from the passenger platform at Wail ,'t Tri,..ieness swore. he sa~w Tb...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Soya Bean. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

The Soya Bean. ong the agriculural products of th China, says the " Far Eastern a=," the soya hean is the most "i~nt. It provides food for man, heist and for the soil. It is a p*'iucer of valuohle oil of a, i drying class, usable for various hutff, paints, waterproof goods, , arnish, prianting ink, celluloid, for lubricating and lighting. ,a ake is noted as a fertiliser. In k of uses and value it is the important~ legume grown in -io countries. s benau is grown in nearIy all 'of Manchuria where agriculture ,,d'ted, except in the e:trenm and bean cake and oil cousti archuria's chief export. The chunian farmer relies upon the as a cash crop, and it consti R staple produae of- agricu!ture h ectior of 4he counntry. rhduer y fanru?rs are planting ~t hand earthar sUth in China er, ad al terncat it with other . n l Manhuria it is success Sgrowr in semi-arid regions, in l: subect to floods in the rainy 0oo. and northern latitudes cr the ])akotas and Minne oi3beans are almost entirely pro Sh...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

R-ODTERS, D R P;ENTS, RND SOMMISSION AND m cENT AROROBERTS = & _ GIESPIB -E P= AND - BEST - IN = ALL -LINES. AGE?NTS FOR ALL THE. LEADING 3MAKERS OF LAIR1 IMPLEMENTS AND M1ACHINERY. . . . . . . ? . . .. r '. ROBISSON & CO., SPOTSWOOD. BIG "E'" LITiLE "'E" FEi)EAL BAR V STERiS LOCAL AGENT-W. OKE. 3D't-i:ct Repre-se"?'----A. WV. Beeri?', Box 4, Ou'ecn. ORDER ERRLY. Good Stock Of iurjlUuris On Rand. 5. The Staff of Life You can relv on the Goods U. L. BURSESS BR1KER & SATERER TIrNDER BOOL. * Ticnics e ter r; SLortest Notice Small Gcods of hea Best SPrices in Keeping With the Times :;OUYEN BAKERY. Is beu continuea by the unwdersigneF. _?s always, none. ,ut the b-st S: flour is used in tu~nii, out TiE BEST OF BflT.' - edes, Weddings, i-vthday Parties, Balls aid dance, cat rIed for ou thE shortest notice, --and nat 240i[DERATE Pi1OlES. -huE OiJYEN BAKEfRY. 4. CREATZ, Farreli Street, O TY'.EN. '[ HONE !:. ?ritee.r, Grecngrcer, ancd - Aerated Water ainaim feeturer. -...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Soldiers' Dependants. PARTICULARS OF INCREASED ALLOWANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

Sold-ers' Dependants. I'ARTICULTARS OF lNCREA-* ALLOWANCES. A statement rs istzed by the rMinister. of Defence on Sat-nkdy outlinisi the. in (reases that ihave been Mrdr? s Lhe amounnt of the set, ratiou allowi.nees pay ab!e to the depen-d?:1es .J aet-ii' servire g in the A.I.F.~ At the ,outbreak of w~ar separa-tio3n allowance was only 'esuabi'he during pri-! of crainig in camp. NTo payment was nee aifter emhirkart,,. On and from lst 1a[y. i15, 1ment after embar atiha was sppr'tved to wives and mothers whr were solely leenlen-t npoa the soldier. Prtrmnt was made at the rate of 1/5 per d?Ices for w-ie or mro ther. andl 4?d. per diem for each child en der t] years. A?aimrnr payment. in any cae was 2f per day. Fr,-, 1st Oeoher ; 1916ti, the msximurm paymenr was nereased to a total ,or 41 per day. Fr6m l-t JTaly this year mothers partially (lependeni, in valid fathers and various other elases of dependants became eligible to receive the allowance; and from tihe beginning of September al...

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Y.M.C.A. Returned Soldiers' Concert Coy. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

Y.Y.C.A. Returned Soldiers' Concert Coy. Mr. Geo. H. Bull, manager of the, above, writes :-' Sir,-On behalf of. the Y.M.C.A Returncd Cuc~rt Perty who have just visited Oyryen for the porpose of raieing funds for the work of the Y.M.G.A. among our soldiers, I will esteem it a favor if you will alloP me, through your ralnable paper, to publcly t#hank verybody who ~c, kinOclly assatead to make our visit such a pleasant and financial success. Our thanks are due ro the kind persons who were good enough to place their mstor cars at cur disposal for a run out into the country. We are greatly indebt~ed to the kind persons who billte?d the men and to all who in any way assisted us. Tho total for Onyen to date is 031, bat the list is still in the hbands of our local secretary (Mrs. E. Davie), Onvwn, t.- w-hrn, all donatonfe are pagyob, rand to nhota we are greatly indebted.'

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nature's Provision. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

Sgaure's Proviszon, ?-- I-'--.. lo, tru ly one ee?ake someimnes showvn by the follownrg ar-iele ich w vh publih-ed in the, M.u.i, O~w .y ea:s ago : L ife vas never meant to be bum Evervy ISbor has its reward, "gh it mray sometimes he long Itt ,, . There arer many recon efor d ipsvoint.ent~s and e the --pportnuity of improve. lt i~ cffere?, you should grasp it \i:' bei lurnds. Away here in tho sa onoe is apt :o think his lirves a, in h1ard places, and yet, i: we , ly 'ook around, we find m:any . ,.,ui Tie, hi'red anwaiting the sping to be a joy. As settlement w~it is Eforced on people that it h, nee- a little exertion to make ing worth while. it has already an proved thrb water in almost liitable quantities exis, under nud in portions of the Mallee ati q ,nd some of it is being used .y. But there are more oppor Ils of making life worth while, .' awaiting the helping hand of . With walter the wilderness y be made to blossom !iko a ,I,, and there are spots only :t;.nc thee applCation o...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

State Savings 8ank. ,:gOiT FOr^3ER as bN FAhu-lS Ssums frX~o £50 to £2000 Interest -6 par cent. ,, . a sinkInir.t fund, which lnayvs . r. :.,rr.:-.s, rn.i.As and Sirrs n': rm ,5" to i0.. Interest o r'::t. together with a sinking i !.;. .;s off the loar* in 18;j "o Charge For Mortgaga Deed. - . i paid off n ant? pay Sj a s matl chaxrc if paii of., ''. :--t: t : years, but no pcn.-Lty Ir EvC yedrs. 134s; way b- obtained at any branch . aitet: .vings Bank, or by writing r!z inspector General, iE STATE SAYVNC8 BANK E!. "r-'th-St., Melbourne. ; f;PENTI"."Ttk Y.5 t J. 7 BROWNBILL. I!LiUIlA .ND MARYBOROUGIH. ;iecoraed by the Dental ia'l- of Victoria ) il ;Silt All Towns between Ouyen I Marravville once e-;b montth Sregularly. SO0 DAY, 17tb DECEMBBERi lrr_,vile, from 3 p.m to 6 p.m. E.DAY, 18tb DECEM3BEB paie from 9 a.m till noon. .', frnm I p.m till 2 pm. tc', irom 2.30 till 4 p.m. , jrom 4.30 till 6 p.m. ED?I)N DAY, 19'h DECEMiBER f.arbool, from 9 a.m. till noon. spcuY, from 3 30 till 6 p...

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Shire of Walpeup. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

i Shire of Walapeup. -----4-- - The usual meeting of the abo-ve :a.s held sa the shire ofices o-n 1; -n d?y, when there were present-Cr4e. P;.ik..io-.'{p-esident). Gle'. Ma?n.ior rVwn, iioss~in? aid forOs. Sriooer, active servicei) a.ske?e ?~t t ad, so cwlflg to the b-zad etiae he c.. ncL, iyposin.e to bwo . oe. S . -n eag, rrym=c~k.; ~red·- ·b ]th -·c]=_ .virin rn;h -rogh ?lss oL j[ e mader as to whether the tf?ts are Is ai.ted If not being work, the rstej wil' not be pressed for. PiGn"as b--anch of tbh V. U - !Saed cs..o the moad musing o~rrqth i I'r?n ~h 'ation receive ahtentro.-? i Too aste far this year; reqhest to be .ep atsd after harvest. T. JF. o!ev, Nyan. asked pcris jri~ S?~ed;L SDh? . montey. wasf &ho Ebe sioe ton erect d verandah in frn? o oe t s st nc .at thar cerntrP.. and fthis wae gIr~anta co a width et L*J:. .j, R.rntrey. ;3cioka, d-"w Ms tion to 4a ha o srnip .f :.. in coaft o block 4. Worcsa. - REaEred to i.W.. and, if possi'ol. to be done. Nyang Farmers'...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Flower Day [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

Flowear Day I Wheo juastx stros o'-'E.Ck on Thursday night, a ig t?hundersorm St-hreatened, it flooke as if the meet ing convened by Mr Tilley. head teacher of the On-e State school, would miss. At th ap.poieda hour there were very r.ew present but gdradually obthers ,mse, aDd it was decided to muake a Stara, MrW. A. Ritchie being voted to the chair. Mr. Tilley explained thats the effort was to try di .and raise fands to assist the good acse of providinfg comforts for the re·umred sick and wounded soldiers. Last yenar's Flower Day h-ad given £:2,0Q0, but this had atlready een exceeded t~hi year, and still they waned more. His suggestion was t ho~ a g;zden fete in the school gnround, and t.si add to the small acnrcut nov 'n hand from the effdorts the t hilren. SThis set the ball rolinm, and in a few minutes, the fete was decided on for next WVedcesda-y, while su?gs tions for money 'zzking schemes icame in shoals. A Lruck y B. er3rt (prizes already are a. -gotd bangle donated by Mrs T...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

PIONER TORES, WALPEUP, gEGAN & SCHUBERT, GRO?CERS., DH.1"R'RS, AND I[-'ON.AION£i-E.;-. itAF, I;A, IA, PiLLARI). WIRE 'F ALL IDECRIPTIONS AT CURRFN'T RA.TE-. PRICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! --S?EC[l.- I'PRIC=ES :FOR :ASIr 'iRDbPEP. - ;gENCIEb :-b?e.rl an.i Si-,:l. Cla.rene miiith', Intern:Ltinal, Mercantile ra:tna_ I•-llFL;ttIat-, :-n, M.?ntree. DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. ROWE-ST., OUYEN. L. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH & OKE-ST., OUTYEN. WIITEELWYILHT, fT Strihper Combs a Spe ... ciaity. 5arven Buggy Wheels Tyred To Perfection. Guaranteed Nn. To Dish. [ Have Inssalled a New Planot For Sharpening Disc Ples. i it~ ADVN.--- A ?D dA~:"~tmmem~~alth 3Sanktwimli ON ,MTLLEE I.ADS NDTOXNS-I I;LOCS. tryi2 General Banking Business ,-d. Ctsar a: Townsr of AustrlrI LOnocn. T~nwerth (sauis7ry PFizi3 mad RaLazat. FAR c EL-.StC madx t-. srU dtn!, rwe at foGra acea ndr Ste. Vt.a b*J caisted amd , oi:ed i trid cidPit± famma to ay p£art ata ar . 2.-"-5 sod Exch~±ae Bo-siamp of...

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A Successful Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

A Successful Concert. If ever an audience got a pleasure- able surprise is was on Wednesday night. That we had local talent in many ways no one doubted, but that   it existed to such,a glorious extent no   one dreamt. The occasion was a concert by a company calling them selves the Ouyen Parrots. For some weeks past steady and consistent   practice had been indulged in, and of the big audience which assembled there was not one who held any other opinion than that it was easily one of the best concerts ever offered in The town. From the opening to the close there was not one item which faulted, and that is only fair to say. It was a revelation to concert promoters, and we are doubting if big outlays will be risked in en- gaging unknown artists from far afield in future. Once in a while, for a change, is all right, but is only the neceasity for variety in life that will call for it. To each and everyone of those who took part on Wednesday we say, ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 December 1917

Local and General. Mr Fred Minifie, of Cowngie, has received the following messa- ges in respect to the death of his brother, Percy, who was recently killed at the front :--"I am de- sired by his Excellency, the Gover- nor-General to transmit to you the following message from their Majesties the King and Queen —The King and Queen deeply re- gret the loss you and the Army have sustained by the death of your brother in the service of his Country. Their Majesties truly sympathise with you in your sorrow." "I am desired by the Governor-General to express their   Excellencies heartfelt sympathy with you on the death of this gal- lant officer who fell fighting for his Country and Empire." On Friday evening the fire alarm rang, but members of the bushfire brigade took it into their heads that   no practice was required. As a consequence only a few turned out, but these succeeded in making a good break on the north side of the town. On Saturday, just about 6 pm. th...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 December 1917

Local and General. OLwing to the Xmas holidays falling early in the week again this year, the issue of the MALIL of 19th Inst. will be the last for the year. IWe make this announcement early so there will be no confusion or disappointment. We want you to make special note that there will be No issvms on 26th December or f2nd January. The Ouven Catholic Church !committee some time ago decided to cem's?ct a Q-et Carni-al to helr in paying off the debt, which ex ceeds £400, on their local church and grounds. Before publicity was given, howe- er, it was found that the Presbyterian congregation in tended to conduct a similar carnival. The committee consequently held theirs in abeyance. The secretary will be pleased to receive nomina dions for Queens, so that the matter can be put in hand, but no can vassing for votes '?ill be permitted Ltefore 1st J'nuary. ?i the mean-! time the committee specially desire the public to generously su?nort the exist ? comipetions. It was with sizccre regre...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 December 1917

I,ýl %91-8 & COiTRACTOR.: OGJYEN. ESTIMATES yPr:AiED- (GIVEN. Sý' WtORI(IAN S1,iL At i3elbourne Prices R. iARTIN ii t J opened a adoon in Oke Street, ., JIa? ' t" 'tffice,. A good -'rshve arcd Hnircut gnaartetecl . ---'-'-""' TN E C A- B0 ~ Ts AER (}.--rr Work A Specialty. R....-- promptly and Carefully Atternded To. ,)r',uer from along the line willi receive as good at teation as those delivered ~mersonaliv. RUi T FRUiT FRUIT For Yoer Supplies Of Send to RESH FRUIT PACKING OMPA3Y, - MERBEIN )nm Case or Twernty "e Following Varieties Only- ipricots Dec-Jan eaches Jan--Mar 8s 'lums jan-Mar per ears Feb-Mar Case rapes Feb-May Reductioa to the Trade. )ON"' Ask for Varieties not included in above list. We cannot supply them. O "N'T Ask for any Variety out of its season. ýep this for future Reference. innaroo 1VIonzhly H. L. Buscombe Wi"' Ih,li hi rnext nar: thly sale on Friday, 1lth December, At whichl he will offer: O Ca2ttle 100 ; TES, (:TTLE, SHEEP, I'3GS MACHINERY, ETC. .eot...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 December 1917

PIONEER STORE3 WALPEUP e EG2N & S& UJBE7t t( I- (if-. D \EL:-, * ' . 1N NM0N(.3C)NCi R AT CURI~K NT xE;. PRICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT - SPFCý ý I. PX ICES r t r c .i I: ý.I;.DEI;4.-- j .t;ENC[ES :-::earl and :i~on. C:.ýrenee Snii1.. I:,t;r'ztralrti, 3ýercraitite 3:15-ý1 Insunres ce, andil M i DRAPER, OR :.OEPlý I1RONMOGR BOOT RETAILER, ETC. RLOWE-S 1.. OUiYEN L. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH I OKE-SL., O-YEN. w~FLW ` HT_ , Stripper Combs a Spe _____cialtv. $,j-won Baggy W rt1i Tyrere T:- "P: c t au rainteed Not To Dlah. $ I Have Installeri a New Pant Fur Si arpening Disc Plates. A AYr "I.l Al 'j1 ~ c ~ ~ ~ A~c I is~a .t9 - - BTDYZT. Z . General Barnking Business P"Z" SCities and Tow'z c! Aeziaez. Ltcadcn.. T!drorth (Salasouryr Plsai). d Randaab. o amf1 trea! ncrz crda to. and drafts dres aon 3areilu pla t direr. 7sar !iul oiey tof rd and cnllecL--d Letto 4.; ter-dit ! t say pirt "_ . w aaizC ano.i Enchage Biuso., of ever: re..riuio'i ·ro :..$d sitk±a tba Oc raat. Canted Kingdto...

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