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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 March 1918

DEATh. STOREY.-O= the 5t1 Marc4 't residence, Willow Grve, -~ vcheex oof? 'suddenly), the dear--!y t?ved Etx.m-,..atr of Elizabeth Morey, and loving father of R.lph (Teddywadd_). Tohn (o0.--?, George (ycheproof), 31?. Ch(rVZ.-,"r 'lary borough), and Mrs. The. W. 'sk, Ouen. iAlsu lovig,? rother of A",E' --an Samuilc Storey, -'M-yr o- S-adv - Lrl, Engk.--:_-. 5.ged 84. ":rs. Print2d and p bished :'y Rway S. iircie~. tradi!- as ; tchie & SoŽ . :. the O-s-y MI.a . ·ce, Uke.-tre.. Ouvea. .u te,-h Stnte of Vic:toria. Box 43. 'PE one 3. T1V~LiuEDNS, . ZvfA'R. LS, :!91

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

KY Piains Sports - Cub Easter Carniv~al, go daiy, %A ri *Isa ie.A'V?-, XiO?Nj ?,, i •: is,-: =t r ,vi! bc H~eld on t. i'*n ANG-E aECREATION GROUNDS, PROGRA-M: Hous : Eav N'Ts . Pri:.- ro mphies. lir~sh iflrd!e Race---st £ : 2nd 2-. ;._icap -Hat -ace, ,£5; 5 fur.-zst "rc : -'r "r Entr 5s. For horses ,i Sen.es that have never noo a ei.; iPaint. Hanilcapr. one miie.--rs:t 5?,; :--d £2 --3rd -r. Nomn. xIs, Nv. '.onlv l .Ratc' ;4-.2 ·a.u.,-- st -4 ;" nd £. Nanm s. Limit pony to? rur. rour :u:'. Aandicap Tr.t, ;X mil.:-st £3 ; 2nd pF,,ir.-Iz.lai cap, 5 •fr,-- st £6: =2d f!. Nom. 7 OYriRS Eva:.Ss. Maiden Foot Race, roo yds; To!. ow ?'bin c Sheafield Hardicap, 2"o yards; f;8. "?ate- . ile HaIndzcap, £3 £3 f -wea Tis , :o/and sol (triophies) C-y 'ird Shooting; £2. and trophy S : bfers" Race, 75 "y'd?., roj6 trophyv). tiarie and Single Ladies' Races and Sh-iMran's Race . ,I,-n*-iao s for Hurdles, Handicap, ba, Flyin,-, Shedield, and 44o yards, ae with thle secretaryv onl 23rd March. c=iation ...

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

Sih ar Loan Ferve y.our Country by Subscribing it is .yourr duty as a Citien., If you have not the money on h and the Commonwealth Bank will make liberal advances to enable you to subscribe. Bonds held in safe cstody free of charg For all particulars apply to any Branch o C 1ommnomwealtb f ankh of 1ustirali F y 1". ,DENI'SON MILLERe. ern PIO?3 STO 8S ALPHP,~ eREGAN & seUBERT GROCERS, DRAPERS, AND I;ONsIONGERS. IAFF, I r2., POLLARD. WIRE OF ALL DESL?tPTIONS AT CTURIENT RATES. RCcES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT?E -- SPECIAL PRICES IFO, CASH OiRDERS.--- ...GECIES :-Beardi andi Sieon, Clnrence Smidth, laternational, Merc:nti!e ~.Ttrl .Insur.cc, land )Ianres. EO HO E, DRAE? RGROCER, IRONMOKGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. OWE-S., OUYEN. L. KENNEDY, . BLACKSMITH & - OKE-ST., OUYEN. WIHEELWLIG.T, -Stripper Combs '- Spe %?qKE. !.WYJHT,?i' ?cialty._ Se-ven Baggy Wheels Tyred To Perfection, Guaiaiteed Nor To Dish. I Have Installed a New Planr For Sharpening Disc Plates. w. JOHNNsN, (ENERi~L (...

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

Local a&d Gneriz i. The Water Co:n::ission w~ishes t,? notify rat?-aers a six month 3nterest, at t-e rate of 5 par ce-Z per annum, will become due on ai. rates unpaidr on the -th nro,~is . Under the prcvisions of the Wat-~ Acts, interest is not chargeabie o:r rates paid withirn six ;o2ths of the due date; biut L= zll ,aes whcr payment is not made within th~i period the interest penslty is i=? posed as from the date when the rate became due and payable. Ratepayers have ocas-i-naily com plained in the past that they wer~e unaware of these proisions, and" this notification, is now given wits a view to removing any further miistnnderstandings of this nature. We understand that the local o~ict has been requested to furnish a list of unpaid accounts, so that legai proceedings may be instituted for itheir recovery. M.'r John Gillespie writeT :-S --,Man is :a thirst: animal, and now that our thirst is to 'ce addi tionally catered for, let us heip our friends. mean man's best friend,...

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

Sy!6ERS, DRAPERSi IRNMe?GES, ME?AENTS, RD AW ieeMSSION AND MR@HINERY RGENThS RNOBERTS & - ILLE SPIB,A Opposite Post Office Steet, uyen. -O, SeetOue, e?iEiPEST ? N~D = T HIN ALL L INES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARMI TMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. -, R-OSitNCSON & CO., SPOTS\WOOD. BIG "B" LITTLE "E" FEDERA13 L HARVESTERS1 LO'CML AGENT-W. OKE. ?t?Cct Representatv?e--A. W. Beer,' Box 4, Oxyen. OREIDER BARLY. i?ed Stock Of Dnplicates On Hand., 'Phone No. 5. OU1YEN BAKERY. Is being continued by the undersigned sm always, none but the best of flour is used in turmng out THE BEST OF BREAD. Picnics, Weddings, Birthday Parties, Balls and dances cat e-red ir on the shortest notice, -and at MODERATE PRICES. Mrs. A. Valentine, THE OUYEN BAKEEY. Farreelt Street, OU.FYN. PHONE 13. Fruicerer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water Mann facturer. ie-'sh Fruit arid Vegetables Always -on Hand. Cool Drinks. Walpeup Refreshment Rooms (Next Cregan and Schicert's Stores) Meals at all Hours...

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

For Sale, Wanted Etc. APPLICATIONS will be recoi'ved from -Retured Soldiers or other suitable persons willing to fill the position of P istmaster at Walpeup. The successful applicant wi! not be able to enter into any other business apart from the Post Ofiice. The salary will be about 11"0. Applications to be addressed to Cr. J. K. Glen and endorsed "Application for Postmaster at Walpeup" close on or be fore Saturday, 16th March. SOO?KEEPING-Tradesmen's books S made up accurately - Apply to *'Books," MIAIL Office. .O?LT Castration, Etc.- Owners are notified that the undersigned is pre pared to book engagements for the above. Heses teeth attended to skiifully. See references. Ouyen, Tiega, Walpeup, Niyang, and UnderbooI attended. Re plies to R. C. F. Gniel, Walpeup. XCHANGE.- Southern Farms for Northern; clients waiting sell or let, Full particulars Willi1ms, 281 Col lins st., City. OR Sale-Good Farm HIorses. All woreers, guaranteed.-- M. Thomas, Kattyong, Walpeup. FOR Sale.-Pine Post...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Early History. A BAD FORECAST. [Continued from Last Issue] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 March 1918

Some aEar--y History. A BAD %~OECAST. F[Continued from Ls ii Issue ] Lsre Coorc-ag R-i derives it3 name from s .ake sert the home stead, about two mnile oy one wide, fed now and then by the Yarram nb:ack Creek. There was a iittle surface water in it when was tere, hbut last summer it was totally dry. There are about 40-0,000 acres in ithis run. The presenst lessees bought the leasehold about two years ago without a preliminary muster, under the impression that there were 38,000 sheepan it. However, at their first shearing in September, 178, only 19,619 sheep were mustered. To these they added 3?97 bought sheep, and the iambs of thaOt season numbered about 3?00. The number of sheep was thus increased to 25,716. At the shearing in Septem ber, 1879, however, the number had dwindled down to 10,317, so that 15,309 sheep were nst in 12 months. Scarcity of feed ,was the princip al cause of death. As to water, there is p!enty in the dams hers. Some sheep were simply starved to death; others...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Galah Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 March 1918

2adabh Red Cross Soiety. B~Eow ve publish tha balance sheet of the sbove society for the uast year. I is somewhaS late in the day, but the reason is easily explsra-~al. Since :the date of the balance the society has received some S5 odd, so is still En a lourishing nasition : ASSETS. Concert aEnd dance ... 59 17 1 J. B. Sm.h, heque ... 5 Coileco:on by Miss Miatke ! .4 8} Ball and supper ... 3 0 0 1. Fit~zserald, eheacne ... 5 9 10 Bazaar profis ... ...f 23 6" Money in hand, but paid ouat aj as instructed f6 12 OY £7' o LEABILLTIfS. Forwarded to Australian Branch British Red CGss Society, as per bsnk bock .. ... -5 0 0 Paid Oa J;s, as per re ceits ... .. 6 1i O!3 £71 1 Ci Money in bank ... O 13 4. £72 S 40

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hold the Reserves! [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 March 1918

Hold the R~eseeres ! At the meeting of the Walpseup Shire Counci on Wednesday, Mr. Pole, Government surveyor, at tended, and asked the opinion of councillors nca a letter he had re ceired t,-om the Lsands Department inst~ructing him to survey the front tes orf one r~ecretion reserve at the sourhern end of Farrell s;treest for resrdentia- si?es. The statecoent miade counciliors sit op -vith astonishment. This was .he fist o?eial intimrtion they had of -y mcvement in ;he direection iudm?teoi, and for a spa?ce they were p?rauctic:dly speechbless. Thc Presidens expressed bhimEalf as most empharically against any allerini no ci this or any other rjesjrve in or near a township. Cr. Brow. reminded his colleagues that he hiad moved reome m:nthe ago ,hea the reserve he planted ;ad mnade u memoriza to their past preaident by cailing it Fsarreli P:ark. Cr. Glen considered it would iE-ea crime to allow avy portion of the reserve to be iecated. It could he made a very pleasaut upot wirh little t...

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

Walpetip Shire eouncil The usual meeting o: the ahove '?y was held on Wednesday at thE hLre ofcc-s, OGyen, when there were -,esent Crs. Pickering (presiden:) -.e, Eeht, Brown and fMcssop. In reply, the Crown- Lands decart rent asked thet it he shown on pla2n 4o:lo.c, what area the council does rct now reqire ai Muarrayville for v:e;tgh.ridge purposes, anod t?,s is done. The sr.me asked that theb area re Cnired for ??r-z?;i: purposes be shown on rain, and r further letter stated S:he m~ter had h- n relerred to the 8 E. ani; WI.S.C:. •ogard;iog an application for the ?re.s~:e on o a si eio the sanitary Sontractor's residence, stables, etc., the Londs department asked if site acwn (south-west ci racecourse) would suit.--The era wi be sur ceyed at once. The Inspector General of the Stare S~a-irn's Dank, i-n reply, stated the Cummissio.ersc would probably be willing te t-ke nr shire debentures for the erecicn o o new shire ofces -j Ouyeu, aO 6 ner cen..--Ths cocn ?i will grab the chacee ...

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

~ko ia;e, Taatsied .atc. A T Strd.-Registered Berkshire Boar S iN,. ib74 (site Brigadier I., Ist and Champion Royal Show, Melbourne, 1917,. Also young, pure Stock, progeny of above, for Sale. Apply Alf. Rielly, Carwarp. -T OOKKEEI'NG-Tradesmen's books -J made up accurately - Apply to *'c.?ls." 1AIL Office. SCOLT Castration, Etc.- Owners are notified that the endersigned is pre pared to book engagements for the above. Hcrses teeth attended to skilfully. See references. Ouyen, Tiega, ZWalpeup, Nyang, and Underhool attended. Re plies to R. C. F. Gniel, Walrpeup. LXCHANGE.- Southern Farms for Northern ;-clients waiting sell or let. Full partmculars Williams, 231 Col fius st., City. OR Sale or To' Let on Shares-660 Acres (about), in good condition; handy to railway; good road. Apply MAI.\ Office. I - -- - -. . .-~- '~-" i]OR Sale-Good Farm Horses. All workers, guaranteed.-M. Thomas,. Kattyong, Walpenp. OR Sale.-Pine Posts, 27/6 per 100, at stump. Apply Albert Bugge or A. Monaghan, Timber...

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

Ounyen Hospital.. There was a good attendance of zmembers of the committee of the above mo vement ou 11th instg Mr jW. ID. Mitchell, president'of the committee, occupied the chair. A deuntation, consisting of Messrs Davidson, Rees and Walk~r, attended to lay a project by the Ouyen branch of the V.R U. to help along the fund to giv, the intitution a start. Each off the speakers was earLest; in iis SefTort to ieduep the comminrree r:. give permission to raise funds, erd their suggestions found approval. The funds in the Sa-;ins Bank at present (earning interest) is £263 Os Id, and it was admitted that the railway men were responsible for a fair proportion of this. The suggestions laid out were that each unit of the Union would really Le a factor in getting in money. Each member is to be asked to con tribute regularly, pleasant Sunday afternoon gatherings will be pro moted, various entertainments got up, and in addition to the men themselves, farmers with whom they oomnn it contact, w-...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shire Bye Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 March 1918

Shire Bye L8 ws. Just ocesaionelly shire and other ,ouncia find themselves up against e rochlem. Mostly the remedy is pro rided for in the Act, but unless the Loay responsible has embodied the arti'c-lar section? in i3 bye laws, :en no power exists. One or two a:ther inportant matters affecti"g ce shire as a whole have cropped up w, meetings of Walpeup shire coun cil recently, and counci?lors were un zertsin of the position. so sought the advice of their soticiLors, lessrs drk end nDo, and here is the re par: :t The President and Councillors of the Shire of Walpeup, Sirs,--Io reply to the questions placed before us for our opinion thereon we advise as follows : 3. As to the liability of owners of land to pay half the eapeuse of pay ing the foctpath immediately in fro their respective lands we :e af the opinion that- owners of land in Farrell, Eawe, Pickering and Oke rzeets can be compe!ied to pay haif the cost of the kerbing and pathway unde by the Council. There seems iittle doubt ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 March 1918

]nst in case you are interested, M[r W. Steward of St. Arnand, has -*ecured the right of the pubIican's i'.oth at Cowangie on ~aster Mon dap. He expects to meet a whole ~it of friends. Make an especial note of this. At Ouyen public ball this afternoon, at "-30, one of the most important m9eetings convened for some time is tc b, held. There is no nee: ftr us :o eapha·sise the necessity for eno Eeavoriog to induce a medical rhan, t to settle ioo the town; such an oflcer L.di4 erl;curage a chemist, and the :wc ccmhhined must, have a wonderful iflu~nauce on the minds of the people. "':t .- thie question the meeting this ;alte not.:n ias to discuss, and we -ias?t uacLh ana every reader who pos t.:.ly c,,n to be present. All that is equired is numbers prepared to do 25itr.---oot only talk-so get to the Something in the shape of a hbom a;ts thrown on the delegates at the V." U. conference on Wednesday. I'ht- quesrt'r' of the care of wheat slacke w:s bifore the gathering, and the ques:oui w...

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

SW. J. Westh -- ---& CO.-- - Auctioneer, General Commris sion Agents. - U~ 3er o -ss Ctea.rina Sales conducted in any part of the Stare. Farms to Let or for Sale. Reas on ole Prices and Terms. All cl'sses of Insurance effected. Agents for all Principal Implement Manufacturers. UNRESERVED CLEAI~NG SALE On rte farm 6 miles south of -ON- Sat., 23rd March At 12 o'clock sharp. W. J. Westh and o.,, Under instructions from Mr. S. Wall, who is giving up farming and going in fo- grazing, will sell as above without reserve the whole of his welt kept stock and plant, which includes : ,jnoES : Bay entire, David's Crown, 7 yrs., (pe'igree at sale) Che?tnut gelding, 6uttao, 10 yrs B?a mare, B-os ca , G yr~ Chesnt?? mare, Slos, 8 yrs Bay mare, Rose, 4 yrs Bay mare, Topsy, 5 yrs Bay mare, Daisy, S yrs Two bay filles, rising 2 yrs Bay c b, rising 2 yrs Also racehorse r lash Pat CAtTTL 4 Yearling Steers. 3InCHLNny : Reaper Thresher, second season Skipper, lHutcinson &.Waiker, 5 fk., n...

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

Underbool Utteringe. The pool system of getting beer is ons that caonot be faultel, provided those indulging will curb their connses. Recently the repose of the township has been seriously inter fered with by the awful language of some of the bear swellers, and it is to. be hoped this note will have the effect of getting the beer well away in the scrub before it is tapped. Gener.l dissatisfction is being es' pressed here at the action of the Government in stopping arrears of rent with interests-and seed aod fodder advances out of wheat certifi cates. it means that -the business man will go short, and Ahat is bobod to cauae trouble.

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

~ ~xi Var.a. SServe yo-u.T. Country by SI s bCibn, it is y`+our duty as a Citizen, . If you have not the money on 'hand the Commrnonweath Bank will make liberal advances to enable you to subscribe. Bond:-.ed in safe custody free of charge mi 1 al paruicu'ars apply to any Branch of the T ~- -1 LL~-Vfls DENISON :·l: DI P-, E,:, --%-'AND IRON3MU)S;EIiS. tAirE, L-RAy, POLLARD. WIRE OF ALL DE :C= PTI":1 AT RATES. g'i.'3S IGHIT QUXL TY RIG iT! SPECIAL PRICE~5 FOR CASH ORDERS. ;aiEU2 1Hý :.-Iieard an~d moos' Ciar:eace .S niih, Interr~atii na1, Mere :nai~e M a-n-1 srre n 1-" rs . ' I , gr B IAHave7In .taile aw no rEnTC.Dior Pyles RO E-ST.. R71,C--`3S.S1 OUYEN. B\CSMT & (IKE-ST., OUX ' g Tyed T R an e O ToER W. i&:-iNSON, .. r iC _:.... :a T , -. ThU Or arQ OTFITE rL ýiý:;s Ovocraittrz':S and TCoj mct ne- --ow iend s e u.tLu_; Uvl ;attractlve C er. of ",u i !dizv + t .fi shit are alt r ;-c' £1 Our kifts e axe are . ci:t S - d fi Z -g .'_." . L. y G are in-Q n need or "'uxt, c...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Public Library [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 March 1918

Ouyen Public Library "While the attendance at the public meeting called for Thursday night was not very big, enthus iasm made up the deficiency. Mr W. D. Mitchell occupied the chair, and was elected president of the committee, while Mr H. Dickson accepted the position of honorary secretary. It w s decided to re-organise the library, have an inspection of books already available, and re-open the sub.cribers' room on Tuesday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 9.30. The subscription is reduced to 10s per annum in advance, or 3s per quarter. The district is to be circularised with a view to obtaining new sub scibers and donations towards the funds, and to further increase popu larity. .Mr Bower promised to donate "Life" for 12 months. This is a means by which numbers of people could assist, for there are plenty of magazine readers who could send along their books after reading them. and in many in stances, they are stil! of good value. Just make a note of this; The newspaper room will -be ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 March 1918

69CEERS, DRAPERS, IRMORTEiRS, MERHANTS, AND OMMISSI1ON AND MACRINERY AGENTS. "RO3ERT < & ILLS P I, Opposite Post OffcQe, ? . Oke Street, Ouyen. AENPEST - AND - BEST = IN A- LL = LINES. •AGETS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. peower in The Farinuer's Mand. O YOU NIED AN ENGINE ? S?crPLE ENGIN-E. LARGE ER r E WITH MtIiNIUIM WrnGIIHT. A DUST PROOF ENGINE NOT AFFECTED BY WEATHER CONDITIONS. y?U REQUIRE THIS YOU WILL - BUY an ¬ustralian=?Made JELBART! - late Chaticutting Plants right up-to 'ati:" ou'r , u-" t; pvards. Price from £97. Further Partit~-rs a -ron SGR ?~ E, OUYEN. •arendon (olle , B ALLARAT ,bired with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Girls' College. BOArDING AND DAY SCHOOL. ?ro.d School for Governrmeat 'eholars reipa':: M5iss Crmp; Vice-Principal : Lr b Cramp, M.A., (1st class honors.) -g and Voice Training: Miss Droa Set, of the M~lbourne Cons. (pupil of 1I -.dsa e M el ha ). -o: Mis, Mabel CGrmp, M.A., A.T.C. L, Mr. Lawrence Richards...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mallee Licences [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 March 1918

SMallee Licences Parliament said some montha ago that wherever a majority cf 500 re sidents in any Mallee district said a hotel was desired, the Licensing Board would proceed st listen tcp e titioners, and decide. Ouyeu was the first district to so petition, and after bearing alI the petitioners had to say, the next step of c|l:;ng for applications for the one licence to ce Sranted was taken. For Ouyen there was a ruab, the alphabetical -order being F. Anderson, G. i. Brown, E. K. Busst, W. Ingwerson, E. M'Linden, B. Nitschke, P. J. Ry an and J. Walsh. These were each for separate buildings, and in addi tion, Mr. Brown had an application in for the existing hotel (wine li cence), for which Mrs. Busst was al so an applicant. Great interest was taken in the proceedings, and the faet that the bar engaged comprised Sir John Quick (instructed by Mess rs. Gillot, Moir and Ahern), Mr. L. Murphy (instructed by Messrs. Park and Don), Mr. C?others, Mr. Benia min, Mr. Walter, and Mr. Holden, i...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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