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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

F"or Bronchiai Coighs, take W.' ;a,-' Great. ,";.rrint CUn., 1/1 & 2/9 For Chrtjeii Cbeist Complaint,? Woods' Great Peppermist Cure. 1/6& 2/91 For Sale, Wanted Ete I A PPLE S for Rabbit poisoning. 35 65 A- b,- sack, "s 3d by case, on rail at SHarcourt Empty case-s to be returnen. j - D. 3t'Lean, Harcourt. I .C(OLT Castration, Etc.--Owners are L notitied that the undersigned is pre pared to book engagements for the abore. Horses teeth attended to skilfully. See references. Ouyen, Tiuga, Walpenp, Nvang, and Underbool attended. Re plies to R. C. F. Gniel, Walpenp. E XCHANGE.- Southern Farms for N'orthern; clients waiting sell or let. Full particnlars Willi:zns, 21 Col libs st. City. OR Sale--Rawling Waggon, 4in. tyres, nearly new; 5-f Braybrook Plow; 7 f light Smith Plow. J. Swanm, Onyen._ 'OR Sale-Limited quantite- Windfall Apples; 3/6 per bag, put on rail on Sreceipt of P.O. Fullwood, Campbell Creek OR Sale-Good Farm Horses. All workers, guaranteed.-M. Thomas, Kattyon...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Caledonian Society [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

SI ny? ?ydnian Society Tbe at·tendance at the annual meet ag of ahe boove on ThL.1day c:ir The secrctlry read the Italn&erlsheet. which showeCi creds ot .£2 7/3 ia funlid ?e HE?piV I flnd receired £30 4/6, less £8 0/11 aauwemreF., tas. - t! 3/7 f: " Otffice be ar;a;s for tee ens::4g y wecre ei-toe:! a fol'ow :- (2.a--, 4.'-~ W. Oke (re-.lected); chie lleu, MIessrJ WV. A r.'e,-:', R .ith , " A. M'Callm ; cretary, Mr I Caldow (at same remuner? ~" last year); treatturer, Mr W. 1). f bebhell auditors, r W? J. Dvie I and W. Gillespieo; coaecil (fu ti vaoc?ncies), Messrs A. Ctoler, L. MI'R'e, W. D. Mi~lsell and D. M'Innes. The council will meet a?t the hall on Wednesday night next, 8&h inst., at 8 o'clock, when the business is important. We wouldn's like to say it is tbhe general thing, but the Donald "M'ail" puts it to its readers :-The State Ri vecs and Water Supply Commission has gained the reputation of being hard nuts to crack, so far as the de struction of rabbits an...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Anzac Day. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

Anzac Day. On April C;, ir the year 1915, AuZstrali's na.. was fiashed along W'? wires throughout the world. Her -erces baJ done the impossible. Ilex--sye and boys-who had never rf.re experienced whact war really is, iandcd i- what was considered impregnabl!e country, and in a few "?ars had established themselves ?irm:v where the enemy had only to o.ave to hold. The cos0t-well, many a sorowing hor~se in Australia &o-day i~. es that. The gain-in territory, i; , in morale, magnificent; in history, etervaL. Onyen has its Anzacs to-day, and we thank the Almighty it is so. Onyen also mourns, for thait fateful landing was srctuntable for more than one of the pgalant boys who left here eager to apb~dd the right, to ensure the ~nctity of their homes, to protect their mothers, sisters and friends from the infamous monster of the oher side of the world. And that 5Cth of April must ever remain one of :e days of honor and sanctity. Nzthing we can do will ever be too rncb to prove we lov...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

VICTORiAN PROD'JCERS' vrPliD jp It# Vy I.-I| ? ,O-OPERATIVE COY. LT~ 5S9 to 605 Collins-st., Me!bour.. YElL C0 CO\ST(;NMEN: ;.; ' .T ,CK. W O. GRLAIN. 1ill SKINs, TALLOW, C.:AFF, POTA'OE~S, and ALL. KINDS OTh PRODUCE. SOLE AGEI S IN THIS STA'tE FO] VICTORIA PEOSI'HAT'E. Rebates to Shareh.olders on Live Stock, Cou nsa:u- . ''wi:es, Oil, Etc. Gto-ernment S?i:qlug Agents uamtdr ith Victorian Government Wthant ShCmrne. TWoolselling Brokers under War Precau tions (1Wool; Regulatiu;n. f-hbit Skin Aoents untl:r tie W'ar Pre caution (rabbit skin) regulations. AUCTION ESALES WEEKLY lOF Hides, Skins, ant Tattow. Tuesdays and Thunx:da3 S, Dairs Prodnee; Fridays. D'ea, Meat. T-asdays. Newmea: ket. Sheep, Lambs. 1'-dn' adays, ,, Fet Cattle. ?cdnesday:- Crrprior ia.i.a , a" Thrs.'s Ya;rds Frilays, , i ;::iry and rt.,re Cattle. BENDIGO. Sscday3s---Shep,, 1ru-. Tueysl,- Cattle, Cab,:e. Frida.--is. BENALLA. Alternate l'ue. ija.----heep. Laobs and . (attle, Pigs. WAŽN GARATTA. A.eraate 1 huin-da?s-Sh...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail WED., MAY 1, 1918. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

VYL. MWAY 3, 1918. Loca! and Ganeial. Underhool now has a J.3-P., Cr W. i Mossop having recently been ap pointed. This will be a big con ven:ence to many residents, bet -we don't know if the genial coanclIcor will find it "ujte so. Usuallv the fact that there is a dance on is snfiicent to ensn-re at east enough to make up a party, i bour, curio-sly, on two cccasions Srecenzitly, attemnnts to hold dances in aid of the Red Cross Society, at Oyen, have proved absolute frosts. Why? Will some of the young I people explain ? Surely of all ob jects this is one of the most worthy. There may be a reason, but to us it I is inexpliaole. Get busy anId re move the stigma. The Trustees, Executors and Agency Company Limited, of No. 412 Collins-street, Melbourne, is applying for probate of the will of Henry Howard Whitfield, formerly of Murrayville, storekeeper, but late on active service abroad, who died on the 4th October, 1917. His estate, which is valued for probate at £16,673 19s 2d, consists ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

In Days like these, th ie WiX.e ,vi H .-.::, -,i . Yotu e..1 do Itt : Effectively by porch,..ij, AT GALGE BRQ¾. EIGHTII-nT., --- - MILDUR. FP~the JE~~aver i~Por FSale~ d; . Riding Bridles fromu 10 to 17/G a~e: : 6 Ioz. PIa: Co!lirs £I 10/ each; S'loz. ie4t Collars £1 1216 esch; 3 :ioz. ~;eaiit pidrs .tn1 Bellyhand-, l- io. -ten. hook 25/;: doz. Ditto, 12 in. pt.tcnt hook 2-2/6; G doz. ditto, 1 in. plain ohk £1: t ,oz. ditto, lI in. plain boou?k 18?: :1 .tr'. ,l-y sadles 37'~ ; 4 doz. oy breecI:ings 37/6; i-ton plow Le?vt Ch:ains ldt lb. ; 7 doz. pair heavy hamnes .;:ot top 14/6 pair ; . doz. ditto knob top 151 pair; 12 doz. pair best solitd Leather Vakers 1:;/i each; 9 doz. pair secondr best itro 10/,6 e:ach; 1 doz. Riding .ad5~ 'l,-; -n£3 10; to £7 t! .each : "3 plow Brk1lkhanla , :3in., Eat SiG each; -3 sets Hlrggy Hatrness £5 5/ to £8 10/; :19 pair best Drill Pole Straps at 91 pair; 20 Fpair second best drill Pole Straps . 8/ ntir. The above zrieces are for sash With Order 7ie !,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australian Red Cross Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

Rustralian Red Gross appeal. ?Mr A. S. WhVye, h:norrary or'pan ,e:" of the above, writes, uoder data l5.-h April :--~ir,--No douht vou are *- ve th.? ; z Ameraliao 1&eci ross •~eeety is .alking a speia! apppeal :-, Euda urig se mnth ofApril and May. There is no neeessity to :m5r s3 on va'o tio go?1 wiork done b.U this magOificefint ssoia&ion,.arn& -" " y su le.-a inst thbe bank balazit ,f Ehe Vaciorian section is only suf a ne to enable it to mites its obliga i.:n for tbhree aooths you will recog a s.,ne eurgency o t le appeal. Aldi Rd Cross worker3 are strivlug diii gently to place the fund ona aound bj.si, bat nmore "help is needed, aan it is for :his reason I ram wrijtin t you: Whabt 3sd OC::-s e~ffoces mrq ice o r, sk ur ihem a success is publicicit ::1 d a~s .he best publiciaty po sible is ,hbtined tbrouga the pre.s, you hbze -an op;:ort.uicy o? ioi.g .,le fo?r ch j r:.er a~O~r than mnuse iepl'e. I w ould suggeit tha. util the end of dEay you see apirt a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

Ouyen Poset Ofice. It is a peculi-r t;hing that th: . 0i:.;-I ez:-- irl bi, ..om~fortable eI nrc in Me?eourne has no idea of the disabilities of the provincial centro over which he presides. For a good mqany years pass it has been recg nised by thosae whose buhainess l is to brieg them more directly in cuntact with the towno that Ouyen must ha,;e a mcre commGodios building in Which to trans3act the postal and telegraphic business. The existing building is nct suitable for a smaul roadside station, where callers are few and far between. GHow much less so, then, for a town where it takes 9the P.M. and three assistants all their time to cope with castomers-to say nothing of the ordinary posta], :elegraphie land telephocic business transsoted Any day, and salmost any hour, will findo an Oicial seated at the switch board ~sble, taking and sending messages from and to all the towns" along the line. Asa a caonsequence, enyone whose hasinesa takes them there may, without pnrmosely Be siring...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tutye Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 May 1918

Tatye Topics. The pubii hball was packed on 12th uli. by residents of Tutye, Linga, Boinks, Tyalls, Cowangie and other portions of the district. These had all assembled to show the apprecia tion in which Mr and Mrs D. Magrath and their daughter are held by.oereyone with whom business or social matters have brought them in contact. ,aving had a good, and we may say not unprofitable experi ence in the Malce, they are now leaving for other climes. It is hoped, however, that it will not be l'ng ere the insistant call of the Mallee brings them back. The gathering opened with dancing, which was continued merrily until s?uppe time. jihlo all assembled did full justice to the good things pro vided, eai in tis respect great credit is due to Mesdames Dickenson and O'Gorman. So soon as the packing had been duly stowed away, the ceremonial part was started. Eulo gistic speeches were made by Messrs G. W. V3oulton, M. Ryan, C. Band, V. Jonasson, P. Hoban and G. P. Conlon, each of whom paid warm t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

1MARTIN-WESTON. - vB the Rev. Charies Martin (Presidentr 3"ethodist Conference), at Albert Street Metho dist Church. Brisbane, on Saturday, 30th March, Rev. Eector Leon. young estson ofthe late Willia?m gart?, and of Mrs E. 3. 31artir of St Kelier, Surrey Hills, Victoria, to Plorence May, elder daughter of Thonmas EHec tor, and Charlotte Weston, of Ouyen, Victoria Present address---_thc?F ist Parsonage, Roma. Old. MEAD---On Tuesday, at. Nurse Oha's private hospital, the dea?rly beloved sons of Mr and Mrs J. B Mead, of W7al peup, aged one day. In :OBIrrmzorlars. (On Active Servfce?. LEEDER. - Private WVilliar Lender, Sea Lake, killed in Action in France, 21/3/18. We mourn for you, dear Will, But not with outward show; For those who mrourn sincerely Mourn silently and low. Never can our hearts forget The sorrows of the past : When grief has left so deep a wa?,rnd The pain must always last. Inserted by his sorrowing sister and brother-in-law, N. V. and H. W. Harvey, Tutye. He sleeps on...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

s Days like these. the Wise Man will Econo,:nie. You c.~n do it most Effectively by pus ,h:s.iau EIGHTH-ST., ------ ILDURA. They Plave jFor Sal doz. Riding Bridles from 10/ to 17;6 each ; 6 doz. Plow Collars £1 10/ each; : doz. Best Collars £1 12,6 each; 3 doz. best Spiders and Bellybands, I1 in. patent hook 25/ ; 3 doz. Ditto, I. in. patent hook 2/6; 6 doz. ditto, 1g in. plain t:,k £1 ; 6 doz. ditto, 1 in. plain hook 1S/6 ; 3 doz. dray saddles 37'6 ; 4 doz. dray breechiugs 3716 ; i-ton plow Leati Chains 10td lb. ; 7 doz. pair heavy hames hio. top 14/6 pair ; 4 doz. ditto knob top i5; pair ; 12 doz. pair best solid Leather Winkers 13/6 each ; 9 doz. pair second best ditto 10!6 each ; 12 doz. Riding SaddIes fronm £3 10: to £7 10; each : 28 plow Btackhands, 3 in., at S/6 each ..p sets Buggy Harness £5 5/ to £3 10O ; :39 pair best Drill Pole Straps at 9/ pair ; 20 pair second best drill Pole Straps at 8/ pair. The above Prices are for Gash With Order The (;E,<is are made of ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

OKE STL-kEET, OUYEN ('PHONE 4), A5e Cfciirg 11( Fclcwirg Liinc at Bedrock Prices for Spot Cash: BAKING POWDER. Is 10I lb tir CREA;M of T;r.TAiR, 4- 7T- p-r Ib MELON 1an" LFO\' JAM, 10 Ith tfins; 2 5d 51b MATCHES, 7A doz. Best. EK.:"-t?-- F.'.. T'UTTER. 1- 7! lb Smeatsie F? !kedi OA''-i BAL. 2- 3- 7:o bag Best ROLLER FLOFR. 150'b, 20s Swfit:,w ar" -Xlli' ihLO(;K ( 2AK:i, 2ib, 23 3d each. POTATOES. 2s qr.; 8s cwt.; 9. 6d hag. Also. Nome':rn- BI.RGHINS in bRAPERY while a SA Lasts. Good St"ckbs of W-?irei'.s. %Men's -.nd xrhi.areo'n Clothing, for all seasons Also, Dress Materials in Garbadine, Tweeds, Veiveteens, et?., etc. ojp-to-date Asso-iruent of Dress Trutmitgs, Bustons, etc. F?Iece-lhutxO ULoet-:-tit lui Lawri,, "Lad 0leece-lined Bodice Knickear for Chiikren Wincey and Flauu.ie?i?e Nights, exceptionally heavy weight. Tiaced Li~tn uLd Cia.h FLEncy Wcik and Embroidery Silks, Fibrone, etc., in nll sbade? GOOD VALUE IN ALEi MATERIALS. OurX B3rX.3nch Stocres, at Underbool and Lings, i ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail WED., MAY 8, 1918. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

WEDD., Ni.Y 8, 1918. Local and General. Makes one feel proud, and shouid make some feel ambitious. One of our district settlers, Mr P. Sexton, took on the big game and goes well. He was awarded the mdi-i tary medal in November Iast, aad. in February of this year gained the Belgian Croix de Guerre--high honors indeed. Further, he has won his two stripes, and thus steps along. What Corpl Sexton has done so may you :f you try.. Staff officer Williams would welcome you as a recruit. From Dr Maloney, M?.P., we have received a copy of the " ScEen tific Australian." A notable -?ice is "The Northern Mallee as a Field dor Repatriation." This contains food for much ihoun:h by our legis ~ators and careful reading by them wo-:ld probably have gccd effect. included in the article is the plan of an up-to-date city. which the dra ughttt man claims is easily nos sible in the Mallee. rt is not much .:r the individual taking these natters up, unless it is in a concer -ta manner. Given a start and a v...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Red Cross Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

h h~e & u -runs Lppea re-pao to adveit. in Lais' tsst., there was an attendance of t0\7iow ds Co 30 reaiduutl s at tbe poh i..i t~u,z r ll aUiauo F niýilG. '1tý8 Oh. ject of the gathering was to diseiss ___ :rn thot of adding to the funds of th loot iRed Cross Society, and :bus further assisting the boys at the irnnt. Everyone reco~nises that th'e cadis are ::rane and strecnoes just now, but Ouyen has hitherto _a..d --..y, and there is teo ye.n :i: be,.eve orhor &tha a nobirs y"7 ý r~t'' f;Ch* yr r.eff but °Cn can Sntue-ht Ie ot of thne oae w'o. ea' h I . .iC·13 · . ' · ~L 3 .... _ .·'. :.·' .. -,iii -r ··: t' & C: 2 1! `, ."C5;_;:;C~clvi s ::'ere anrada as 3z=_. __ý"ý . ? et C.teO be hel!d " ~.;;; "; j;c~, iouna flnatiA .a.ssure SuCCes. u e ! : in g M!d Ctross Society's C.-_- r z1' ,"i-re "ýi L Fi. iý:E'er.:r ritck- E -."r." z. .. .:1Lu o hoinorary S.k'ctki'i This Com- n : -Lh' ie' no J1ib. n ryou toj ti:: : .Ad ; cs n"grzt, and wiose wo tor. "... c4"+ (lý;w...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The MAIL Censored. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

TIhe 1M AtL Ceeieore4o Readers will remember that our report of the proceedings of the last quarterly meeting of the North-west Mallee District Council of the V.F.U. was censored. In the House of Se-presenta?sves on 5uh pril, rt? matter was mentioned, and the fol lowing debate ensued : Mr J. H. Catty (Cook) [4.2O1.-We have become so accusto:rmed t? the use, for party purpre, ',i unllitary reguisatona. in conr.exioCu vitth tre =ers?; ship, tb-.' :t seems ardost iu [vss hibc t h: shock the minds if honor sb!e inenrmbers h; reciining f--r.h out rages pErp?tr.:ted y :t4 e Gov., ,m,ýeti Tui for the benefit of those who pro foF= a s"eclat re ard for the interes*;. of te ie lmin conlmmunioty. th" fact s"hcu"o be p;acei on record that. the Goo=;rrmen ` 1'e ano'r ides. ý :t p t: lartmnrs tihemsilves, of the mi:ar-ge nent vi we Wvheat Pool. A mneting of the North-west Coun cil c:f the Vicetrise F'rrtiers Union was held at O'iyen on 13th March las:, and in the local newspaper, which was publis...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Kiamal Kurrencies. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

Kiamal Karrencies. An old proverb has it that the Lord helps those who help them selves, and a late Railway Commis iioner added to that, "Those who will go to live so far from the cen tres must expect to put up with in convenienets." Kiamal people had got into the way of the latter, just as it it was their right, infliction or rettibution. Lately ao awakening has come about, and on Wednesday nighs a meeting, held at Mr Hinks' residence, while not surprisingly vass in numbers, was most eothusi asstic in tone. From the conversa tions and discussions which took place, those public bodies respon sible for the noo-carrying oun of necessary improvements bereabout may expect a fusillade of correspon dence, etc., until we feel we are get ting somethiug like a fair deal. Mr Laity was honored with the chair of the meeting, and Mr C. B. Lock- I wood handled the pencil. First business was to put things in order so that the voice would be somewhat united, and Kiamal Progress Associ ation is duly...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

f eneral Ban sig ; us ne s i:"..i xo'is oF ustraSar, L o aicon. Wa - 8 h , - -:i a- ^ - r x~i - rr.de to. 5n:I *tTr:"'- irtwn 0 _"-.r ^a"s dI'-a-. : r 5.- p i tI3 . d ra n? a;bý u2 pprorxi d'a : ie *' az - Savings Bank Departnen !NT? STZATE z' INT3l RNTIOSAL S piags sn Tciitax jMES KEL, Deputy Governor 191 DEISON MILLER? .-v', 1GROCERS, DRiAPERS, AND IRON?,IF ;-;itS. HAFk, I:gAN, POLLARD. ºWIRE OF A.LL DE>GCRIPTONS AT CURRENT RATES. pICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT? --SPECIAL PRICES. FOR CASH ORDERS. FGIcES :--ilenrd and Sisnon, Clarence Smith, International, Mercantile Mt3ani Irnnrance, and MIanureý. DRAPER, GROCER, IRONM}ONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. .3WE-5S. OUYEN- . L. KENNEDY, LACKSMLITH & OKE-ST., OUYEN. W-EEi rIGHrl , . Stripper Combs a Spe cialty. arn Bugy Wheels Tyred To Perfection. Guaranteed Not To Dish. I Have Installed a New Plant Fcr Sharpening Disc Plates. W. JO NSON, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, FARE~ELL-ST. OUTYEN, (Next Grace and Scott's.) ,-? FOS VI'TORiAN PRODUCER...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

CO-OPERATIVE COY. LTD. 539 to 605 Collins-st., Melbourne. STF`.T. O CONSI(;GNIENT LIE ?(C:. W 0:., GRAIN, UHDES SKINS, TALLOW, C?.AFF, POTATOES. :,nd ALL KINDS OF. PRODUCE. EOLE -EAGNE.S IN THIS STATE FOf VICTORIA PHOSPHATE. Rebates to Sltrehuolders on Live Stock, r',*nsacek-, Twines, Oils, Etc. Goveruuvern Shipli.i-.. A,"gnts under the Victori:an GC,,ernmw:nt \\'heat Schemle. Woolseiling Brokers under War Preeau tions (Wool) Regulations. Rabbi, Skin Aents under the War Pre eaution (rabbit skin) regulations. AUCTION SALES WEEKLY OF Ilites, Skins, and Tallow. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Dairy Produnc; Fridays, Dead Meat. LIVE STOCK SAL.?': S AS F)LLOWS=: i Tuesdays. Nevwmarket, Sheep, Lausmb *-. ?l lle.lt, , . Fat Cattle. Wednesday- Corporation iigs. and Th'r-.'s Yards Fzidays, ,, Dairy and Store Cattle, BENDIGO. Mondanys-Sihep, .Lamrbs. Tuesdays GCartle. t ahs. iridays-Pigs. BENALLA. AlternaLe Tuesdays--Sheep. Lambs anie Cattle, Pigs. WANGARATTA. Alternate Thursd ays-Sheep, Lambs, and C...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

Friday, 17;h May, t--- me · Conune in' at S p. m. Sharp. A fists. A' - +ýa~flu.. ~ Cz ..nL ¶lrio' " o;U Pa dnieal) will take plate. at 9.45, and result s. u n ·wenop1icte. Tn be fo 1.iid by a ir'-c t4 Grand Ball. .Ceint., 3/6. Ladies. Please Provide a LlaL~keL. L. 3X1'MAHON, Hon. Sec. $it sra ian Pretuin= Ac QCILu.iON, LLMITiED. UEIK) OFFICE: 3S.ZS:! OE~tkblRi.ET, SYD)NEY Mlanaglng Ditre.tor: SeuAiy P. W'ood. i' '.rh'- ir" LThrl~t*i l. Q,"9re Ioand, South Austrai.a, WVereru AIe L-ntha, Tamiania. The A-enir.tron 1-zitUzid Accident Poli ec mo. are e twe, combining Huospi etat andA 1)isidiiity Beneelits, and Medical 'w. PISA COCL. L'esiident Secretary. C:,elD-"~it get, R. A. CALDOW . .XD-HiIEYLEHE WELDIDg. Do~ yo&. 1OiAU bot it is nowJ~ posyeiblti Jt) itri&.lWIUi es Caistings=, Machine P :id p.w.:lyall kindlsor metal L-t h~a: were formerly thrown on - The eera.p W'- c-a repii that broke.' castme :-' make it as good as 3e} . y-a 4,ear-uees, .C±.uto M ?d~a;chine and Enrgi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 May 1918

1ANTS, AN D i~OT - ,LLESPIB Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen. e PEST = AND BEST IN ALL L=NsS. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. he power In The Faraier's Hand. )0 YOU NEED AN ENGINE ? SrPLE ENGINE. LARGE p;ER WITH MINIMUM WEIGHT. A DUST PROOF ENGINE NOT AFFECTED BY WEATHER CONDITIONS. -OU REQUIRE THIS YOU WILL -BUY - Tr, 'Iistralian=Made JELBART! 2,ete Chaffcutting Plants right up-to SCapai _ one t ". ap7:ards. Pr.Ze. Sfrom £97. I'urter Particulars From S. G??~E, UYEB. rendon (o1ele , ,L3ALLARAT. ,kraei w--: St. Andrew's Presbyterian Girls' College. :ARDlING AND DAY SCHOOL. ris,, School for Government scholars b ipl : Miss Cramp; Vice-Principal -I,!a Cramp, M.A., (is; class honors.l ,n and Voice Traiingns: MiLs Dron ef ie M3Ilbourne Cons. (pupil of dLame Melba). : 3Miss Mabel Cramp, M.A.. A.T.C. Mr. Lawrence Richardson (Dipiomb eipsie Cons.) :in Mr. Gonie. Mis R.ehfisch. .isal Trainitg, Deportment and Dan : Mr. James Willitamson, of Mel arne....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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