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A Fine Move. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 January 1918

A Fine Move. Rather more than two years ago we urged on the Murrayville resi- dents the opportunity their reserve offered for beautification. At that, time things were all askew, and no one felt much heart to go into per- sonal or public benefit, when so much was demanded for the general was at the front. Now we are settling down to the inevitable, and,     while there is no relaxation in re - gard to our efforts to make our soldiers a bit more comfortable, it is felt that we must also prepare to make the homecoming genial. As we know, Australia looms as the   whole landscape in Billjim's vision,     and if we can show him an improve- ment on what he left, his apprecia- tion will be enhanced. As we pointed out two years ago the     - ! N wa -y e.aLiy be made C' a thnaing o a ity ad r joy rot ewer ' sa verj siigo; 003i The rastee, *ad ·the paublie, recognised tis, and woark will proCead now at ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

IO B ER WSTORES, WALEUPf 8NREGN & SeMUtBBRT, G I:OCEr, DRAPERS, AND IrIONSMONERS. S-7._-F', ;AN, i0LLARD. OAIRE OF ALL DE>CRIPTION AT CiT:T.:E-NT RATES. VMfi~CS RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT .SPE.:'LuI. PRZICEI FOR CASH O!'DERS.-- , C-.S ES : -'cari ac.i SisS.onl, Clarence Stanl:,. Inta r,.ii.i...;., Mes-;acile unt?-m In-uraice, .an'i i:t;;nres. DRAi P ETRR1 Or R, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. BOWE-ST.. OUYEN. 1 L. KENNED, 3ILACKSMITHi &L OKE-ST., OUYEN. WHEELWV t?li-T, .t Stripper f ombs a Spe - ciendty. --ven Eneggy Wb.e! Tyte~i T.: Perfecicu. Guaranteed Nt To Dish. I Have instailed a New Plant For Sharpening Dise Pi:ites. KAD OFTICE i' E gpo, GneraI B?an eing Business , "'s. . Ian ad T .n~ Ausars ia. Londo,,n, Tworh (?a:,sbr? ! pain),a L ale. zj~s~Qit~~cn =n~rc 3. Brrd drzf~tz ~5rT1 C3 :cr3 3 p1~ct dlt.?sir3 4 l is ....c. Lettes ?. eedit D. .. aItho tJ~~o ain. Shortly 3b ,d Csici:C- ze~ e;,i. ~V~ngs Banik Dep~a7't4en fOLACITOFRS. ' arrvING=T.h o = OUYoSN. ADVANCGES AR...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Yatpool Yarns. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

S Yatpool Yarns. In lasts year's cropping season 5 Stid of how p.,ple had to get erops stubbie, and other drewhacks. Now the retsul:ts. Best r,! f-l z:.he fai 1lowed land,. which gave averaies c': from 9 to 13 bags to tihe r?; ~t~hse who fire, harrowed and plowed got from 4·? to 6 bags (one e~dier got c bags to the acre off 20 acres of 5re harroweddan 'picwed land); d..m, and fire harrowed, 4 to 9 bnshaLa.; diseed, buat not fired, and drilled, - or 4. bushels, with ptlansy ci dt6id heads and grass; 'whi!e new !r'h Sust drilledin, went from 5 tOr7 bg;. Woihk the thing ouat for yourseilf. Lat year we had a lot of rh'oh? trappers about, and settlers were satisfied that so much gpoo was re suleting that they fel! over one ,:: other to get the trappers on their blocks. But the heads at t~he fre ing works thought th-. trapoe rs) w making too much mo,;ey, aof ?b. prices were cut from 101. to 9Pd., ~ni then down to T7d. per outr. The trappers would not stand- t hat, ani left, mch to the jo7...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

Death. SHBALDERS--Accidently drowned, on S 27th January, William Henry, only son of Mr and MSrs H. Shalders, Oyen, and brotlherof Mrs A. Prentice, Sea Lake; ;Mrs T. Campbell, Walpenp, and Mlisses E. and L.. Shalders, Onyen. Aged 22 years. Bereavement Notice SHAIDERS--Ir and 31rs H. Shalders I anI; Famtily desire to express sincere THANKS to their many friends, and particularly to Mr and Mrs W. MIunro, for the many acts of kindness and ex pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Ouyen, 2/2/'18.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

S: - 2-ks e- 7. - e Ps c 17 58 .*!!: purc:hase a C rti"ficate for £1 £4 C £S5 so' ;;r;s C-i-1 e a Corncwat etn c-f r rla r. T? 4I s; O) nI n £ £870 ., 0O Certi tcates ram payale to 'oe-rar- se emPl)t f?-om T'C*tit ~Lerr. Common 15 3: 1 6&:> 5 .ep Day, ad Interest is fe-5 ofInom Tx O~~~Crp ~ t ecr ey.~:eir cn be ecr -Jo Ifir £ cr*~r ncae. ii ---c~· varve d bneytyoru ct. By Cert ca~tes 3nd boenefityuO ccuirTZ7r r- ~ · I /Reason It Out L. With IUS. "Ca-'ppEt- w.y d7 U e L-._e yoa tco by yo-r Earn-7 -'-iz from The Answe I Simple.-- Eec'ame it will pa~y ye tG Cdo5 stores. etc. j arEa s --r iL--:i rze..e. . . . . .mned fr by heavy rent--s. iarm-e aeveti-m.y exe:c.-. T:'-* selling xpen~es are j ap i on o tho m e bayer---he p t•?.ert-: By Ip rch.tsizg io:a~ u·a 3,iA s. onay ave "thee enxp.t? an aL.r~ e a~ hi g varie:ty anLi th'e -am-- tualmrity to ch,-e frra am prim e which e~.ai-y t~E the abI !eni..r'mn tinis. VTE SPECIALISE IN FUINITURE ONLY -- a-rrIng the ILz-eet Swc k 'p N--~...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Did You Know? [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

I Dld You Know ? SWhen you take up your daily or iyour weekly paper, the first thing read is the cables. You take an in terest in the affairs of Europe at the Smomanrt, but so on as the curiosity is satigfied, at the most, yoo wonder wha' is goiug 1o happen next. But, do yor. know there is a War on ? Straight out, now : Has it affected yoeu .i aI Rise in pries ? Diffi rulty in grt.lug sapplih.s ? Quite , 6, but you kno3- perfectvly we:! that in Jhe great majority of inst:ncPs neither onr uor th'e ,ther is jyisi5e<u. You have also of some friln:I--;ome close relaIion-wh-i; has died he'ro's death or i, mainird. This makes you tfhiik their 5s s tm r FIoule in iwhich you are called on :o take an interest. You get a notice now and sag'in from the taxatiron fficer, ind you see an advt. in the papc:s asking •ou to lend the Government some cash, at a remunerative interest, free of tasat?ion. This nrobablv irm Spresses itself on your mind a.s having siomething to do with the War° ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

Sy?9eERS, DRIPEWRS, IRO i~~NMBASE RS~HJRNTE i, ND COMMISS20N aND MA'HINERY aGENTh. AROBERT = GLLESPIBA~E~ Opposite Post Office, -Oke Street, Ouyen.' • ~r.?- " o "" "B ~ '-~: . :?;:i, .-i.? eHBAPEST = AND BEST = IN I ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADINO- MAKERS OF FARM IMJPLEMEENTS AND ACHINERY. ROBINSON & CO., SPOT?SWOOD LITTLE "E" LO~AL AGENT-W. OEE. ,strict Representative--A. W. Beer, B3ox 4, Ouyen.. ORDER EARLY. ood Stock Of Dnplicates On Hand. Phone No. 5. he Staff of Life ,u can rely on the Goods . L. b i HJR SS BSAlER & bATERER i :s 1s, WVedd:ings, Pa.rtie ?icei c:tered for at Shortesr Notice Snm~a Goods of the Best ices in Keeping With the Times ~31EE )UTEN BAKERY. Is beinmg continued by tho undersigned always, none but the besta dour is used in turning out [IE BEST OF BREAD, uiCs, Weddings, Birthday dties, Ba:lls and dances cat d:i for ort the shortest notice, -and at ?h?"I~RATE PRICES. rs. A. Valentine, rIE OUYEN BAKERBY. 1 GREATZ, Farrell Street, OU YE 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

S gREStVED Sglearing Sale a gam, 3 miles West of Ouyc-. ui 8y, Eth fPebruary. Art 01 O'cl~ck Sharp. Cad. Caldou & Co -,reid instructions from MR. C. COTV_, who has enlisted, a ?,- the frznt imnmediatel? y Bhe sale, to sell as above, ah thi; Auotioaeer, allhis appoind Farmniong Machinery uoses. - OP.OSES, .i-, ' working horses as r" by gelding, 4 years -iei.o" nrow ..Iiy, 3 years. ieey,' bine mnare, 5; years _'rea, hay gelding, 9 years. -,? .re. mare, S years. r bay gelding,: 7 years SMare bay ,lly, 3 years i IPLEMEI?NTS. rarer Disc Plow, 10 f:rrow ; ?es icr 6 horses ; Buggy., t cle; Dcub!e Harness; Ikamth's Tooa ; Bnvi: sad ows : Vice:; Drdiing liac e; Si eks an- Dies; Set SBits; 2;Scoops, 3 yard; Sea' Truck; Riadnrg Seadc ; ,i."es : neard and Sisson aggco, 4-3 a!e, 424 inch tyre, ??tter with elevatc, and ?and€ ....~ imer's audy Bagger (0on son and Tippett); Shearer ,7 disc; May andi Miiier .per; 0 f; of Engine Belt j; and SundriesG oo numer to menticu. her Time anid Date of...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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From the Line. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

F rom the Line. S----*b-- Trpr. G. R. Scctt, of the 4 h L.B -rites from Egypt :-Dear Sir,-] Save passed through a partioulai ?i;ely month, and am writing a fer -inea to iea you kccw that our bri g-de, hte -Ith L.H., have been mak ing a bit of history in these out saudisa parts. We attacked Bei Shebs, a strong Turkish post, about 4.3?O p.m on the evnaicg f 31st Oct., 1917. ,sad the whole regiment uharged the redoubts midst shrapnel, iigh explosives, high range machine gun Ure, cifle -.udi euniiding machine gnn fir:e nd aIl t:e lates of machin er?. ThE.nks t.- my luck I am here writing this ltt.er iibou 2.5 miles ?'o-m Jerusalem. 'W withdrew from :bat tarritory for a rest and to re organise and am now on the coist nlcab 15 mriles awav from Gaza, a Turhish territcrv co course. Talking abcut the charge cf the Ber Sheba, (I have nevcr read anythiug ap proachmg the deei), I took the nachice gun pas" the redoubts and wilhdraw with led horses. Shelled and shct at both ways we galloped -sont...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

For Sale, Wanted Etc. [IB OOKKEEPING-Tradesmen's books S. made up accurately - Apply to "Books," MAI, Office. O ARPENTERS-- 4 Gcod Men, used to weatherboard work. State wages.-P. P. Davies, Woomelang. XCHANGE.-- Southern Farms for Northern; clients waiting sell or let, Full particulars Wili;ins, 281 CoI lins st, City. * OR Sale--Good Farm Hores. All workers:?guaranteed.-MI. Thomas, Kattyong. i-OR Sale.-Pine Pos-ts, 30/ per 100 at Sstump, Timnberoo.- Apply Chas. Dennis, Ouyeu. OR Sa!e.-Pine Posts, 27/6 per 100, Sat st-umnp. Apply Albert Bugge or A. Monaghan, Timberoo. OR Sale-Pine Posts, Stays and i Strainers, in any quantity, on trucks Walpeup. Price on application to W. J. ,iatchett, Walpeup. Also Smith's best Plow, S fur., in per feet order, only plowed 150 acres. Terms can be arranged. TOR SALE-Business Premises, 32 by 34, now being erected in Rowe Street, are for sale or to let. Anyone having any propositions re same, kindly submit in first instance to--H.K., Wlalhalla, Victoria...

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A Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

A Painful Accident. Au ertra rd:iary accident hap pened, to Mr. H. M'Mahon, of Galhb, an Tuesday last. In company i~ih Mr. J. J. O'Loughblin aod the FenO;ebulry brothers, be was roturn sg in the car cf the lastnamed frcm maibow races. The bush tracks are not the best in daylight, and at night are even worse, but this was not acsetlyV the explanation of the acci dent, W-hen passing under an over t?ayn?g piece of mallee, a, sharp tic~ penetrated Harry's nose, and be~came so firmly fixed that not even a pair of pincers would remove it .he ZMildurZs fospital gave a refuge, sa, with some trouble the stick came oub.t Hzr.-y iSa graeaful that his eye-. esca=-ped.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

Local and General. With the rapid progress of the town, the local authorities at Oti yen are considering the setting of the house in order. At last meet ing of the Shire Council, the ques tion of keeping pigs within the town boundary was mentioned by Cr. Brown, and it was decided to ascertain the position, so that' ac tion may be taken at next meeting. Health is the first consideration in every community. - The reticulation of Ouyen is now practically complete, and it seems a pity that the occasion of securing this great boon was allowed to ptss • ithout anything to mark it. It looks as if, like a lot of other things, we take it for granted. Will someone even fix the day when the supply was turned on ? After some six year's ministra tion in the vast parish (which ex tends from Watchupga on the south to Ouven and thence to Un derbool), Father Kelly has been: transferred to Charlton. Ouite in keeping with his character, he made a request that no fuss be made, and almost as a very ordi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

. 7ENTIrSTRY. j. t BROWNBILL, DERA A.D AI\RYHOROUGHE. (Recorded by the ,iental Doakd of Victorla.) visii A - Towns beitweeeo Onyen , :?trsviio n , oa eych month regularly. w.r a~r . o'~f=EF E; SXp R?RT OPTICIAN, - !3 CasseC!i street, Hawksburn. Eis;t' Ouyen axid along the ~Murray ilie ~ine regularly Every Six Weeks. :es artiicial light or the sun try your Eyes ? o let me make you a pair of Sir WVil e Crook-'s Glasses. which I have latrelv introduced. i wvonderil Gla'ss filters and neutral all the harmful rays that emanate Sartificial or any form of light Be pacticaFlly non-tinted, it does not •r color values, nor is it unsightly to -car at any time. ion me and let me demonstrate the tr other advantages os this new Glass. ;CxecGACY GUARiANTEED. c.::'.- a regtlarly every heexks (atckt the dates),and change r e-nes free for three years. IR nr; La est I iiporoveI l' Pinless ,:istry At City P'rices iiess -xtractions 2s bd. I:i?.:nd Fillings at I-Reasonable Fees I. L. THOMAS (ecordled by ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Look B[?]ck. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

L~i Bac-t. I. - , uew comuniry ,j .a .at·etnf.S. I nfy of the thengs we knew of old irs cmidel ret nus-cosiry. Durinos it:'e he.rint of a (':t e at O'3yV police rourt recently, Mr. W. L. Park sym Soliseld t?e e,~nic oas in mnyt re sp3cts here ias semib?absric, and he ewo's altogether wrong. Oar ideas Sf.privi:cy are cer? ?inly a, bit erde, ut not m.re s' thaSn many other :'l:ts w. -nff.r uner. We build as it for today only. Our residences sre certainly improving as we go on, bt the saro. all hapa?.eard style in legard to business placas still holds. SWe use sofatwods and iron, jam the buildings as closely together as if ailsd was worth £1000 a foot, and _then wonder why the insurance com panies charge suih high ratee. for policies. Takeany block of business places you like in tot t.own. A.,y street yeou care to mensoion, and ju st ry Land imagine the outcome shoun Id ., fire start in any one of them. A good moany years ago j~ust such a fire started in Geelong, and in leass than two ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 February 1918

Ar: ..eicde~t, which wili nevsr be erTphiced, acnd which bhad a faf?l ending, hFappeoed near Walpe-utp on t Thzsa-y of !ast week. A young 20 uce~e Erice Eeaoter was loand yi.-g Ec -. unconscius condi' in - *pd k.H long .e Haw 1e'n h I Cbre so ce coold say exctly, bu~t the a~t had found him, ar, d were iier lIy s.wzrtrlng over hi-. So coon as ws? possible the i-jtred m~-n as broughtI to Otyeo, where me di- j ,Id e minatiaon showed thga e hehd chb bees violently thrown or the Ilrse he was riding had falic a~d ro7'fl on him. ThSa head was badly i rushed, .and i ttle hope of recovery could huanli bh held. Attetinon~ w?-s given as fr as possible, and the s?-~afrer made e, little easier, pending i kernovai to iildura aosoital by trasi. UTfortaonately, deati siczper veaed '3be&re the institu~tion w as| reched. InF view of the fac that it I is only a few weeks eince a brother I was killed in ac~ion aM the Froont, the hbreaveazert o. the fatmily is severe, I both the young .men being...

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Repatriation, And a Present Danger [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

Repatatation, And a Present Danger bose reident in t:e Ouaen dis t;e- w:ii have zead the. trenieri' poliyov seech inr he zAssembbl on vesdiyv cf ia T week, with a& Scd d=c. of pleas:ure. This pr-.ticziarly Fpplies in a se"lso iCnstinct. becausE Ouven is direct"l concerne, i;a por tion of the s-eech. A a whcle. the polizy catiinued by Mr. Bowser finds favor generaliy, and vith the pcnsibl tF.:Ceiion of the members and sup. porters cf the lane Peaccck Govein reInt, pract.icaly everyone hopes to See the s?cal beginniings have grtat cndicOgs There are some hno iear isnabilities under the new scheme of econctr.v, but we are sanguine enough to-' b~elr-wE tL-' M·\inis:ry intends treat ing ever5cne fai:- , ar ncne unjust iy. Time aIloe wil prove the out i;cme. .'he rart of the speech which di:ect;y ec.ccerz. Ccyen and districe is that un?ec the hzaadlng of Repatri e?toin anid j--ci iteme. In thisn IMr. Bowser rentios 60,000 aerej of rich. untimbered laud opposite *iEaston, and withi...

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Fires [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

Fires Despite the stringent notices in regard to burning off, quite a num ber of district residents have "taken the risk," and in some cases at least, will have to answer for it. On Tuesday of lIast weik a. fire started on the block recently owned by Mr. J. W-alsh. and swept into the stubble paddock of MEr. NE. Donnelly, As a result, a lot of the stubble and an uncleaned heap, es timated to contain about 100 bags of wheat, were destroyed. The following day another fire started in QOuinn's reserve and swept across Mr. J. P. Britt's stubble, but cleaned up only the gullies, and passed ag ~:in into Mir. Donneliv's block completing the destruction of the stubble and grass and also bur= ing a quantity of wire netted fence_ In addition to the loss of the wheat and fence, Mr. Donnelly sufers fi nancially to the value of the grass and stubble, the right of? this hav ing been leased for ,70. Action in this case is mooted, but we can not say for certain. On T'hursh.y iternoon a fire started n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

,---.? 2..-- , ..: ... EXTENSIVE Clearing Sale, On lhe FARM. Two 1,1,iles Easi of g plFLPEUP. r....,0 February 21st-, WRLi73P. .\ : o'Ci.c? - .m. Sharp. 1eqnys, L cascIle s Ltd. , Si~ioed instacCtions from Crrr; W~L¶ON to S,-il 'puli' ac:ion, as above, the 'e .F his STOCKi and FARM LANT, incjudicg- " D'-ut~h Mares and Geldings, .5 to 9 yrs. i 3-ye:r-o!d Gelding, unbroken -2 -yer-old Geldings, unbroken .t 'earling Fillies ! Col: Foal, I Filly Foal 1 Bug"y Mare, 5 yrs tsingleo and double . 0~3-aol~EF SlPPNERY 1 Su?.hine Harvester, 6ft., stripped 400aeres SRalting Waggond 2 axle, 4_ ?.res, with hay frame: com p!ete . ? .i..:l Drill, 13 dise, done 130 acres : M Idassey Drill, 15 dish I ,.lrrow Bawling S.J. P~low 0. tyne M'Kay. Spring-tO?h CultivatOr, almost new . - set Five Wings Rrawlings H~ar rows, slice bar i 3-k::ife Bunc!e Chaffo?otter, with eiavasor and twin bagger I Tip Spring Cart .and Gig. .,'l.?. FOR SV.iEN EHORSES 2 Set SSddle aod.Breechings 5 E~-t Legniing Harness - Riding S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

Wa: &avinrgs Crtitcates Obtairiness at nil B3nks, Savings T anko, o .o.-ev Orcer Post J1eces 17 G win purcafe a ce tfcate for 2? £4 ( 8 , £, £ £8 15 O , ;. £43 10 r £87,, r1 £87 0 0 2 ni Payable S ycars from date of purchass Certif9cateS ara payable to bearer, are rexmpt trc;t We o situ .S:-tat Stamnp ihty, a:d Interest is fr e of 1::0- n 6 i: r Savings=3J f Sam~ps 2 6 O~ainable at all B-anchea of' Cowrnocnwealth 3ank orAutra an Ps Scs Booklets upplied free in hic' ? oa tms We atus reaa-. L T thy can be echa'nged Ior £2 ce,;hcata. rav -udant us: Cuy Ccrtficate"J and beneit you ) t - iieason 1uu tUi j e-. rWith US. ?s-"P^'?c Why do we urge you to bay your eFrni Snre ifrm us instead of patronising the 'C.eta.2LS. 3mel rne Houses or General Stores ? S3in sT. he Answer Is Simple. 1 Because it will pay "yo to do so I j -i VERY leading Melbourne Furniture 2 o es etEc. 8 W :chonues stuck almost the sEae ,- , clias or gvods---in many cases drawing supplies from the same manufacturer...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

For Sale, (anted Etc,, BI) OOKKEEP1N-G-Tr-adesimen's book ) made up accurately - Apply th ·'Books," MAL Orfice. -XCHANrGE.-- Southern Fartms for _ Nortihern; clients waiting sell or let. Full particulars Williams, 281 Col lins st., City. OR Sale--Good Farm Horses. Al? 1 workers,.g-amranteed.--. Thomas, Kattyong. T[OP. SALE-Two Greyhound Fua-. 1 well bred. Cheap. Apply T, Seymour, c/o Arnmold's. OR Sale.-Pine Posts, 27/6 per '00, Sat stump. Apply Albert Bogg- or A. Monaghan, Timberoo. ---OR Sale--Pine Posts, Stays and I Strainess, in any quantity, on tracks Walpenp. Ir'.e on application to W. J. Matchett, W-alpeup. Also Smith's best Plow, S fur., ih per fect order, only plowed 150 acres. Terms cnn be arranged. 1)UBLIC Notice.-I will not be respon . sible for any debts contracted in my name anter 20th February, 1918, un less on my writen.zanthority.-W- l Clo ver, sen., Ouyen. -OLT Castration, Etc.-- Owners are J ntified that the ndersigned is pre pared to book engagements for the abov...

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