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

- --T_____-___--p P1 I__ ay?@ERS, DRAiiPERS, IRONMO~16aSERF~ S, ER8FCHANTS, AND CWOMMISSIONi ANDi3 MA@HINEIRY RGENTSre Opposite Post Office, ? -? ' g Oke Street, Ouyen. e4iAPEST = AND B 1S-T IN = ALL = LINES. 44ENTS FOR AfL THE LEAiNG MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MAC HINERY. -. ROBINSON & CO., SPOTSWOOD. BIG "8" LITTLE "E" FEDERAL LOCArL AGENT-W. OKE. 7Distrct Representative-A. Wr. feer, Box 4, Ouyen. ORDER ERRLY. God Stock Of Dapnlicates On Hand. 'Phone No. 5. The Staff of Life ou cean rely on the Goods R- L: BURSESS B3aER &i GTERER UN~DEROOL. __ B Dalli-, Weddings, Parties Se a?:r ter'd for a't Shortest NoStice Sm"ai Gcods of the Best 9'fces in Keeping With the Times L -I . OUYEX BAKERY. Is being continued by the undersigned s aiwa-s, nione but the best i? our is used in turning out TB F BEST OF BREAD. enics. Weddings, Birthday :t.es, Talls and dances cat e- f;u, ont the shortest notice, -a.nd at :R '[DERATE P.iICES. Irs . A. Valentine, 7 U,: OGYEN BAKERY. J. GREA...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

i-- W!N~ ER STORES, WALP ~.P . BCAN & SIJUB RT, t GROCE:-:. I)?,I'ERS, AND IRONSIONGERS. . FF. Iu sN, I o.I.ARD. 1VIRE OF ALL DESCO I?>TIO2 AT CiURE?ENT rATES. A RICIES RIGH I'! QUALITY RIGT Z ----SPECI.I. PRICES FOR C.AI- ItRDERS. - .. 'NCIES :--!o.-rd ani S]i-':: . Clr'n"ce Smith. In.ern ational, Me ; antii c ?Mir-s-& DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. OWE-ST.. OLUYEN. i L KENNEDY, o-- .i. & ,iOKE-.T.,? ? OUYEN - LelHStripper'CXmkbs :a Spa .cialty. rni Buggy Wheels Tyred To Perfection. Guaranteed Not To Dish. I Have Istalled a New Plant For Sharpening Disc Plates. 1tt L, ,o,:. ·B. ?s d:-a? :ST. dkt7Pla? S Generaln Ban 3 ?g Busrrn resse . sti:. d Kinidairai d ad. C tia t otensmr eosd. 1at2:tt eM a j Jbad d:-:a1. ±Alrt rA.s z-14: agr aTIared scenmixf. Savings Bank Departmn . ZTininmurn At cl Gr7 che, al o ever Interm 1 O 2 I tn 3-r LtS8]~~ ~StdPI ± e~1O2~9.kL joa . •4 --.JKEING-ST,--. . =. =- O.YN-. ADVANGES ARRANGE-D. ON M3ALLEE LA-NLDS Z-?ND...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

Local and General. A- couple of weeks ago we asked that accounts due and overdue a this office be pai nr mptly. So far the response has been nfinites ma!l, and as it is degri-Aing to have to reiterate such requests, we must state now that all overdue accounts zshstohe settled promptly. That should be sufficient for anyone with a conscience,. Friday morning cockcrow (cr earlier)-will hear the guns crack ing where the ducks assemble. That is the opening day for ducks, and already preparations are conm plete in most instances. Reports indicate that game is plentiful, and there will be lots of roast dark flesh on the tables on Saturday. Alright, some people will avow it is not desh and eat on Friday. Try us. Success is always gratifying, and the sitting member for Sw--,n Hilli had cause for gratification lmat week. [t will be remembered that at the opening of Parliament, Mr. Stewart suggested tha? the LLosiuionr of Ch.irmann of Committees in the Assembly might be made honorary, but Mrt....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

Phonec " !±r We ?ee w?gai n! o'":w' L'tir New :Premi-:S?, IaI 'ke-st. (Ue't Smith's Plumber 5h1p1 6":o ' Fe.lrz'ry -witsh a Tl! and ComTlete Ran:_.e of All Saleable Lines it ROCFRY. n ?-A ?Y ROOT-" ,%?lOES, HARDW.ARPE, FANGY GOOlS, I ROK..?Y, ETC., ETC. And in fact almost anythin? that you se'uuie. n .ave already marked the goods at a very low prolit. Phowing Good ,It, fur Your Money, ani ŽNow Have Decided To Allow a Further Dis mu ~if 2o per cent. on Drapery, Boots and Shoes, anrd 10 per cent. liseount on ees with a few exceptions, viz., Kerosene, Benzine, Bran, Pollard, Pota ...... toes, Flour, Tobaeco. Onions, Sug'r, Etc ...................." New Potatoes 216 per ~cwt ; Bran 118 bnsh--I; No Scarcity in Sewing Twine at 1'3 per hank. e Cor,.ially Invite-Our Friends and P ,trons To ('all and Inspect These G-oI And Guarantee 'Them Satisfaction, as Our" ame stands for Quality. T UNlERI'OCOL and LINGA we ae a ealso conducting a Sle of Drapery. a .gl ?.?icu.t. 'I here yeu can bay, as we...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Car Romance. BRIDE CHARGED WITH BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

Railway Car Romaace. i BRIDE CEARGED WI2 BIGAMY. j ____ The story of a soldier's -lov making, his hasty marriage and the Sequae! of it was related in detail at ihe Ballarat Town Court on Friday, Sbefore the P.I. r. Ir. W. W. i -trci) :ind Mr. A. Levy, J P. The soldier's brid-, is tr:cpired, fad been previously married before going ihrou"h the eeremony with him. The defendnt was Sarah Jane MoS', iad she was charred with that having co September 20, 1915. being married to Will"m D,-vid MotLt she did on Augugn- 2, 1916, at IMelbourne, go thrcuga the form of ma rriaise with Edward John Stokea, ce-- husband being tihen alive. Sub-inupector Long conducted the I roiecution ; defedant- bLeing repre !sr.uied by Mr. . W. Lang. Mary Susannah O'Donnell said idefendant was her daughter, the iater's father being a former hus band of witness. DefendanS's maiden name was Sarah Jane Werner, and she was 27 years of age last June. 'Defendant mnaried William Dao id SoStt at the registrar's office, Ball...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Serious Development. SEQUEL TO RAILWAY PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

S~iQUEL TO RA.rL.WAyY PROSI CUUION. Before the Bailar,-: Ci?v i3?nch on Wedae.d.-y, :4r. iW. ,'. ii ?rts, P.3i., y,'esi !·, , ?.-es H?rmlicon Moore wmas e.hf: .i with 6rv-hinrg on De3cmn'r 3 an the railway Ii bse Clun's sod -B' iscnw it. ;P tuIstl or pass3 au!J'~Thuin himi to) do so. Lr. j. DeLn prosecused oa behatl fended~, -;io pleatded grl guilty being reresented by 1:. H. Tr.·u. Mr. Iean s~id defOndant arriver t ' Ballarat on the nigh~ t of D:cenber 3 Iby L;. LT:iz from Mar yoro- u, and handed the codector a ticker uia?;hile only for the journey from Btia?as to Clanes. Joh-i±n Hligoins, ticket d:isehcor, :.,.tii that defendant arrived at Bal iara- by the 2.42 n.m. train from vMaryboroug. He produced a tickes fir the u. a.,y froi Bnalla% ta Cranes. 1& :'n to-ld it was the top halfof a return ticket, defendant said th had nrahased- it at Clnnes. Later on he said he had c-me that day from Linga. The ticiek ds fendant had was purchased on De eember 3 at Ballarat. To Mr. Trou...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

IN MEMORIAM. STEPHENS.--In loving memory of our dear husband and father. Arthur John Stephens, late secretary Walpeup shire, who died at Craigie, 13th febru- ary, 1917. -Inserted by his wife and children. STEPHENS.-To the fond memory of Arthur John Stephens, who left the world the poorer on 13th February, 1917. -Inserted by his nieces, M. Kennedy and D. Valentine. THANKS. Pte. Frederick and Mrs. Johnson cor- dially thank all friends who so generous- ly assisted with their harvest; also the lady friends who helped catering. Galah, 5/2/'18.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 February 1918

r~eiets. dam near the town:. In company with several other boys about his against doing so he went to bathe   in the dam, and getting out of his depth the fatal result followed.   The boy was a son of detective   Jenkins, now a resident of Murray- ville.   On Wednesday, Mr. H. Lugg, of Ouyen, was attending to some     horses when one of them kicked him on the ankle, causing a bad break. As is usual with all such   cases at Ouyen, removal to the hos- pital was ordered, and the sufferer went to Ballarat, where he is now progressing as favorably as can be   expected. On Monday, Mr. Andy Munro was in with a load of wheat, and in getting the wagon properly on to the weighbridge, his foot slipped off the side beam and one of the     wheels passed over badly crushing the small toe and tearing the nail       off the next two...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Early History. A BAD FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

Snome Early History. A BAD FORECOAST. The followiog is a reorint from ihe -*5 rgs'" .;f :-., i :;i:-:. oi 1880. F Headers eas judgc hor hernselvwe as to what aa awfal ilndrz: r he writer ande : i E: -rr· js B9 Lv - 'ot ral teatf r~ -, f ? -..: . . ry, I p er3Dr RtnowV to a .h ,'i' -'Courfl of n. jo3urxrey thzerito. I entered the er, : " '?ani. ,c- ".4 . a ck I.: . r .. , ,a e: . 'u- ,J.. ,., -, ?v. ? . a r rt._d ;,:, 1.. ." .: . - -)- 'gio . u oron", 40 res north a Werrt-kebaea 6 on peave vn i;' - *etcir 'ts ;rQ.gtfl -A, **' I"v there ij war--t -- -'ly at r~z~trfle-.. rnie tak.-. s fi f .C.. 0 'Sheistk she use . I-m.I:'--:; S n! coce don with t.he Wituma- 1river. B In1 - a sml ier,?l-lc· hr: it i9 espected fi ro. ,uueb is expes ed i *if it. T - f itth. Wimmera River, ::sing "i --s Grampnians. and ithe I\: fl ni~r: Ri=t, rIi kg in thea -Pyr=ners,, mean2- :1nc n-i-es so:h iof Lu ifek rilwtay . :i tion, and th.' couted her sut tr insitnifhcant streirm n ,,s (oC r' icC .lly) nnrzhwari u...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Western Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

Western Train Service. At the last meeting of Walpeup Shire Council, it was decided to urge -n the Railway Commissioners the advisability, from both an economical and convenience standpoint, to urge bhas the service on the Ouyer Pionaroo line he made a daily one. - vsra~ville Progress Association hab uaken the matter up, and to help satters' along the following facts have been placed before the Com missioners per letter. The argu me-ts against will need to be pretty s:iosg to satisfy 'the people: .DL r Sirs,-I have to acknowledge recept of your reply to our applica tjL for an improved passenger ser '-:e, ,ad I have been instructed by a :.;blic meetirn held on Wednesd.y, EGjiL January, to fu-rther sdhlicit yun ,avorable consideration of our re uZs:, :nd to put before you the fcl .iLing reasons for granting a daiyi c.!-;2 aiong ;he Ouyen to Pinnaroo it:-1. Th-t t.here are already -5000 ic-a of w::bete at Muyv d - and the two small sidings Pauitya ancd zrina alone waiting transporta ?i...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

?_REGAN & S?H?UBERT? cGEOCE~S, DIL3PERS, AND TRON>ONtEflS. *HAFF, r-AN, POLLARD. 11IRE OF ALL DEMCP.-ZFTIO3S AT CURIRENT RATES. PasI S RIGHT! QIIAIAITY -IGHT! --SPECIAL PRICE'S I"O ('AS'I ORERS*: ? '?..?. $ :--l ,..d .and Sissn, Clarence Smi' , Internationa., 3Me.-anie M?an. n~'ura "e, an , . Lnaie... DRAPER, GROCER, IRION likuLLeuER~, .mLui RETAILER, ETCO ROW E-!., ©U-YEN. L. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITHI & )UKE-?TL., 0UYEN. WHEELWtiIGlGHT, Strippr Combs a Spe cialty. . Sarren Buggy Wheels Tyied To Perf~ction. Guaranteed Not To Disb. ! I Ha?ve Irs'!lled a New Pilan. ie r Sharpening Dise Plates. . . . . .. . . . . ;! tl ira 4P'/?iii t t~?€?? -tui " rcD O?7ic STDT~TY. ",T, =Genera ank ng Bus-iness ;', - Caiae and TE-e otf An-strr.iH londcns Tsdvw tS eeiory Thainrd and wi P=. Cs.a r tt3rjs c =e a,. acd d,.fr j~P. ioLtw2 f~cz! ~jIiUZ gfSei 7: wn~t~ Erni:~d Th=inio rzd znzrtai Cu,-4t ucrztz cti god. !s±*sj ~ e Ixsd dOPCitr. AdvanCes 'a· apinsr5t a;r3y 3ScX1enities. $avinr3gs B...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

17 5 will pu°rcase a C '-iicate fr £1 £4 .co10 0 £ £8 I'43Z 0 3,, £ 0 3,1 0 . . £10 37 o a 0 £1000 S87ij O O ·tlco 2ayable S years tram date cu- prc-. Certificates are payaehi3 to eavr. sre e rapt fram Weal1h Ler Comacereuitb and State Stamp TDut-, arnd Irrirest iz Iree oL LFCC rne Tax SWara Sav9i ngs4 Saps 2/ Coriniable a ali BCra'dhs e? Comanonwa3ath Ian ofS ug-arait and aH P-aC pe . BE oke .... u ppied free in which to -?x sta -as. 1.When va..e reaches iT" they can be exchanged for £1 c?itfcate. Sav Candc bEnefits yoU~,~rrsee Buyric CHcaites:-, a~cnd bar~liO yor che .0 try Reasou It Out a o1e~ms. With US I)a ar~p3et s. WViy do we urge you to lby yonr nurui tur, from u. instead c.f ~tro?t;in t?,le_ (--:s.ai TIKS. ZIMelourne ictiercs or Genernd Storu? 2 THlilalTS. The Azsw?er Is Simp.e. Eccarn i. wil!i py you to do o : i VER'Y le'ding Meelourne Fcaiturne. $ Oe e?L? ? ''arehouses stock almost the sa-me ___ _______ _ ciass of gccd-in many casco d-aw3in'' supplies from th ne rame mnuf...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

For Sale, Wanted Etc. ?OOKKEEIPI.NG-Tradesmen's books Smade up accurately - Apply to "Books," MAIL Office. COLT Castration, Etc- Owners are notified that the undersigned is pre. pared to book engagements for the above. Hcrses teeth attended to skilfully. See references. Ouyen, Tiega, Walpenp, Nyang, and U ederbool attended. Re-i plies to R. C. F. Gniel, Walpeunp e.CHANGE.- Southern Farmas for N. orthern; clients waiting sell or let, Full paticulas Willimis, 281 Co i lins st., City. TFOR Sale-Good Farm Hores. All workers, guaranteed.-M. Thomas, Kattyong, Walpeup. OR Sale.-Pine Posts, 27/C per 100, at stump. Apply Albert Bugge or A. Monaghan, '~innberoo. OR Sale-Pine Posts, Stays and Strainers, in any quantity, onJ trucks Walpeup. Price on application to W. J. Matchett, UWalpenp. Also Smith's best Plow, S fur., in per fect order, only plowed 150 acres. Te--is can be arranged. Also 5 fr. annshine Plow; only done 40 acres. -ARM To-let.-On Share system. 745 F acres. Apply to Mrs. C. M. P...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

AtCTGON RALES. A, E, LOBD & 0, XUCTIONEER, ETC., OUYEN. Next Sael To Be 5eld On DATE TO F-IE ED VL'eo they will offer: HORSES, CATTLFE, SEE1:P, PIGS, & SUNDRIES. Three goaod whbt waggons o hiand for sale, good terms. EZIghteen ",drce.r f.e· of herdwood aud a quaautiy .t paung. SA. E. L. & Co. also annoince a ler-ring Sle :." a?.cu;sC of :. Au .gust Jones, Tirberoo, to be bh i on his "arm cc a dte tio be fixed. -UNRESERVED ileaing~ Sale. -0On The ?:arm, 6 Millzs East Of OTJYEN. W'ednesday, 6Ft Mareh. A. E. hLOi ArD GOY. , Ue-r -st-rctiocs from MR. 8. EIG ?INS, will offer as above, al jis well appooIted S2OGK, .:.i.M.NS, ET.r, 'T i:., i aeludres the followIng- Horses 12 F~-rst Class Horses. ImplesmeW. Massey Beaper Header, on season Massey Drill, 15 hoe, 1 season. Shearer plow, 8 furrow. disce, done 160 acres. Old waggon, good order. Hacting jinker, -~ shafts, sarven wheels, motor seat, in use 5 months. Spring carS, nearly all hickory. Sundries. .10 sets of har...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

IN M1ESIORGRIA HU:GI ES.-In loving memoryo o! on dear father, William Hughes, who diei at Ouyen on tlthl February, 1912. Not now, but in the coming years, It may be in the Better Land. We'll read the meaning of our teas. And then--oi, then-we'll nnderstand - Inserted by his loving family.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

tEICERS, DRIPERS, IRONMINGERS, MERCHANTS, AND e ©IvMISSI€OIN AND MAeHINERY RGENTS. AROBETS = & , Opposite Post Office - -- Oke Street, Ouyen. • , St.e t Ouy- . eST TAND BEST - IN ALL -LNS. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADIcG 3AKERS OF FARM -IMPLEMENTS A--D 1 CHINERY. . iOBINSON & CO., SPOTSWOOD. BIG "B" LITTLXE "'E" FEDEiAL. LOCAL AGENT-W. OKE. istrict Representative--A. WV. Beer, Box 4, Ouyen. 6RDER EIRLY. "aba Stock Of Duplicates On Hand. 'Phone No. 5. The Staff of Life 0ou can rely on the Goods R. L. BRGESS BAKER? & ~SATERER UNiXE I? OOL. nets,, alls, Weddings, Parties Picnics catered for at Shortest Notice Sma! fGouds of the Best tices ia Keeping With the Times 0UYEN BAKERY. Is being continued by the undersigned always, none but the best flour is used in turning out IIE BEST OF BREA D caics, Weddings, Birthday rties, Balls and dances cat ed for oi the shortest notice, -arid at- MODERATE Pj?CFeS. " rs. A. Valertine, i TIE OUYEN BAKERY. RE~AT Z, Par:-elI Street, 'PI...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

Local and Geneal. This is how an exchange outs it :r News printing paper is now quoted in Sydney at Sd per lb. Before i the war it was landed in Sydney at 1id-and stili some subscribersl forget to pay their little bills. The ordinary meeting of Walpe up shire council takes place at Ou yen on Wednesday next, and thei business promises to be of more than usual interes?t. Friday night will probably see a large gathering at Ouyen hall, the occasion being the annual smoke social of the Victorian Railways Union. A great number of tickets have b'een placed, and as the nett proceeds go to the hospital funds, there is additional interest lent to the occasion. Just a word. At Botlka hall to night a weIcome home is being ex tended to Pte. D. M'Innes, who is back amongst us after a strenuous time over there. That there will be an enthusiastic audience goes without saying, but we say it just the same. They can't help it. Once a sub scriber to the MALtr always so. Just recently we have received l...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

rphorse 4. kere We 7Are 1again! WHO? - SCOTT E~"~ 'S ...., Ire opening their New jPremises, in Oke-ar.. (next Snmith'. Phzuber shop) on tlh February,-with a Full and Comniplete Rance of AII Saleable Lines in GiOCERY, DRAPERY, IOOTh , SHOES, HARDWARE, FANCY GOODS, CROUiKEtY, ETC-, ETC. And in fact almost anything that you reqnire. hey he-lve alreadyl marked the goLods at a very low proilt, showing Good value For Your Money, and Now Have Decided To Allow a Further Dis c'ant :f ,o per cent. ocn Drapery, Boo:s and Shoes, and 10 per cent. l)iscount on r0cerie', with a few exceptions, viz., Kerosene, Benzine, Bran, P'ollard, ,'ota ........... ...... toes, Flour, ToJbacco, Onions, Sug? Lr, Etc ....................... ., New Potatoes 2jG per -cwt.; Bran 118 bushel; No Scarcity in Sew;ing Twine at 1/3 Ter hank. ,: Cordih!y Invite Our Friends andi Ptrons To 'Call aCn d Insneet Thes.e GoC:dr And Guarantee Themu Satisfaction, as enur Name Stands For Quality,. AT USDERBOOL and LINGA we are also ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Postal Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

Postal at attrs. TCo rises inside 12 months is ;rl-tifyin to the individud, but ho much moreso Yo aO ca, n nua~ityr w-hn , cess- to a p?bie intiu. 'on. hee ~ r{ BSlake w.as P.. at Oayen ae hnd to go to l3alr'rat E'st b3 Senase he e).ssiication here had b'ea r.ised, m:I? nowv we h?.re re'iable in fortun-.cez thct once again,,as-.- the cleassibit·icn been -ais--d, so that a s soon as lb sucCeSsor is fou-n, Mr B.wer wiil he taking hi- de~p:r:ure. " I- is o't in 0ny one 0r)nCh ot th, •buih.rehs thn? imrove ,es is ?it o '2nv devo, and rpid ior" ovemeaL .-.i h.0, "ut all rornd. Tae ,rivate 4ezrs h!ve 6been t?re inre'isedj is n?'~rer, rnd although the Isat ad di/tcn was to doble ift, c.. one duubta Ith, i[ the near futcre even more • i - be required. t is sc:mething 'for f-r 'Vtwy porovrni~a:l ooiie to h-ive i-S p.rivte bo.es in"talteJ, and Shat is ta number a; Ouyea. Then the telepheioe exchange keeps gro. i3n, he rti'cers rein' engaged in adding the facility to a: number of I neCr suseri...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Underbool Utterings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 February 1918

Underboo! Utti'eizgs. It w~.1 be remembered that wheam making the app;) "t'neut of a keep er for the season, the directors of Underbool Weighiibridge Coy. were called to order for overlooking the claims of returned soldiers~. In s cordance with a hostile motion, all tte .:reretrs' rc-i~aed, an- a meet ing ot shareholders was ca!ed to !fill the vacuancies. Three of the original five offered themselv-. for reelection, and they all got ?h;ere. iHad the other two also gone ! the poil, they wou~lld '·-·-· ;r- -i· ··. Why all the nuise? Speaking on the wvhole, things are looking fairly well, although the .crops are nothing like they were last year. The town is still growing, the latest addition to btil dings being that of the Bank of Victoria, and this marks a new era ~i busliness, which i~s what we i~ want. Wheat carting is in fuli 'wvur and a bout 0,000) bfrgs wlii be thx I total at this station-not bad for a town of so few years of age. This wil! improve as the lanr is better wor.kea.<...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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