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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

r~ Iommemengal ·aneinalia BXAD OFFICE CDNY. t; ,, General Banking Business , Cab_ rit zc made = t. a-d ,draft driwn CA fordx-a A mia, d12?_t.t a ,T ea i:,a bL o nc1 - and colect d. Lett- .f cL C dit i -- to a'. Fsr of ?. w ,i eiiie nd " "'n"Bu3Lem sa zvessy deRerinptiau t a3 tsld wia t laae Q..Cc 1PiL. nitied SWi-resm sad a?rewi. Cures accouota j.s d eA >$ 3ad depaoit Adrncesl mande :ic2t apprtrved 3ecnc-ie. Savings Barnk Departrent j 93:S A.the a, and over 2750 A ,encieg at 2]M sG* at SPor Oices in Austra ia, Papua, I5oionmon o pran"'rn e " aIslands, now Britain, aid .Tho Pacific. ' up to £300 INTrERTAT aad INTRNAATIONAL Sa=sz 3k Wa2eilitics. JAME LL, Deputy GcrIror 1313 DENISON MVLLE, Deverne/ "17" 3r N HUBERT G;rOCERS, DRAPERS, AND IRONM ON(;ERS. CIAFF, lBRAN, POITLAD. WIRE OF . l,L DESCRIPTIONS AT CURRENT I:^TES. FRICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! -SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.- NCIES :-- e:ari; and Sis?so,. Clarence. Soiii i r:. irer,. ional, Mercantile Mutual Insurance, and Man...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Victorian Sailors and Soldiers Insurance Trust [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

'iThe Victorian Saiiors and Soldiers !nsurae-ce Trust hhob ra . itned eu: h s e on 'oiied ii a ,enereal e-rmmn-::ee of ieading citizens, and Truscees ihv'e been appointed for the pury-ose ui aerrying out the object of such scheme upon terms and concdiions set out in the declaration cf tryst. The object of the sbheme is to raise funds by voluntary subscrip ioons to pay the war risk premiums charged by the Life Assurance Com panies on any sum up to but net exceeding £200. Such policies are to be provided for residents of Victoria who enlist for active service abroad as members of the Commonwealth Naval or MiIi tary Forces until their discharge is given or after proclamation of peace in connection with the present war, whichever of such events shall hap pen first. The premiums on all policies are paid out of the funds by the trustees. The policies when issued are vested in the trustees, and are in alienable, the object of this being to protect the donor, and particularly the dependents...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Murrayville Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

In .rasy iae Pse gress Association. beld on WVed.esany evening, a goon attendance of townspeople being pre oI opening the meeting, the chair man (Mr W. C. Anderson) stated that their rate secteiarv, owing to =leaving the district., had asked bhim to tender his resignation. Hie stated that Mr Emmet.t had carried out his duties thoroughly and had proved very energetic in all matters affect ing the progress of the town. On the motion of Messrs BRuse and SMitchell it was demaed to place on record the appreciation of the mem bers of the association of the splendid work Mr Emmett had done. At a later stage in the meeting, it was de cided, on the motion of Messrs KEne and Anderson, io initiate a public subscription to present Mr-Emmett with an illuminated address The chairman stated that he con sidered this opportunity be taken to congratulate Mr James Wilson on his election to the aouncil, and to welcome him as the newly elected representative for the district. The advantage of having a m...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
V.F.U. OUYEN BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

V.F .U. OUYEN BRANCH -There wrs a very ifarr attendanze at the usual monthly meeting of the above branch on Saturday, Presi dent Pickering occupying the chair -Aletter from the Chief Inspector of Vermin Destruction department stated the matter of rabbits. on Tiega reserve was receiving attention.-Mr Hoare said things were now quit= satisfactory. A request for information regard ing the probable increase in area under crop in the district this year was made by thie G. aid -N.'Co-opei ative Coy. The" ihiformation is re quired for the Wheat Board, and tihe branch decided to.say the increase would be about 20 per cent .o~er ia t year's area.--Mr'W. Johnson laid he had received a similar note tra,: i?e V. P: Ccy. :Regarding the purchase of wheat, sacks by the branch last seasob, the president said there would be a bonus" to purchasers of roughly 2/6 per bale. Members will buy their sacks througb the co-operstive companies. -In this connection, on Ahe motion of ,Messrs Mitchell and Brooks...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Recruiting Campaign. BAND NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

The Recruiting a ampaign. BAND NEXT WEDNESDAY. The 'first move in coni action witb the visiqt o tha Rdturccd SoIdiers' Band ora the marching recruits, whiich takes plaee on Wednesday ne.t, 29rGh inst., was ruarte at the hafl on WTedneaday Iast. Unfortu nately, tbe wv-ather, wbich was so weicome otherw'se, seriously inter fe: ad with the attendsnee, but those I who braved the elements were amp, repaid. The Rev. W. Walt~'r occupied the chair, and Warrant Offi cer Brown-Parker was the speaker, He gave a long and interesting ad dress, setting out the need for rein forcements, incidentally lamenting the apathy concerning enlistments (and even hostility thereto). The time had arrived, be said, for every eligible man-whether married or unmarried, employer or employe, to state definitely "I am for yds" or "I am against you." Conscription was dead and they did not want to resurrect it, but they did want to get the manhood of Australia together to fight a common foe. It was not a question of ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

We ishman's Plain Sports Annual Gathering, Wednesday, 5th1 .June. - rjceeds to. Patriotic Funds. "EJST EVENT to Start at : pI.n..Sharp Handicapper 'fyi Foot itacing=~i Mr. C. Sirow u. Prograrts s M;AIDEN FOOT "RAE. .Firt, 15s; Ssecond, 5s. -Entry, ls.' BEST HORSE OVER HUR]?DLES. First, £1 10-; second. 10s. Entry, 2s. SHEFFIELD IHANDICAF. First, £2 10s; second, £1; third, 10s.. ýorn, 3s; accep., 2s.. HIGH JUMIP (Horses). First, £1; " second.10s. : Entry, Is,6d.. TILING THE RING.- First. £2; second, £1. !,Entry. 3s. : ' 220 YDS, HANDLCAP. . . First, £ ; second. 10s. Entry, is 1d. MAP?RRIED-:MIEN~ ' RACE (Handicap). First, bag of wheat ; second, 5s. Entrr. L,. STEPP!?XG THE DISTANCE: First, 109 ; amend, 5s. Entry, Is., . i MjEN 'S HIGH JUMI' (Handieap);. First, 10.; second. 5e. Entry, Is. POTATO RACE.- First, 8s; .second, 5s. kittry. Is.' Y: - BO.W L?Ji AT THE TWICKET. First, 7s 6d. Eiry, Is. .- r 'LD LUFFERS' RACE. First, ag of *- v:,Lat.; - ncond. 5-. Entry, 1 ? And a Hos u'Oiher Eve...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Answers a Lot. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

S inswers a Let. The fo~iowinE letter-cards, received by Miss M'Lesn, hon. sec. of the -3ayn Red Croes Society, will an swer a lot of doubters regarding the ui ia;aae destination of gifts sent to I lier' . They need no !:ommnent : "-Ji:ut a few lics insaiking the Ouyen branch of the Bed Cross So a.ety from the bot:om of my heart for the very welcome parcel of gifts I received to-day I.t consiste of milk, cros, tobacco, chewing-gum, hand k -.,;e', paste, but'erscotbh, etc., etc. Well, the kind lady who sent this 1I :rJ' kno; it cheers us up- we are a: as pleased as Punch. I come from Western Ana.ralia; we left there 9th Oct., 1917. I will be go irg over to France in two weeks' time. We are haviog lovely weather lately, couldn't be better. There is a great spread in the hus to-night, all the boys- are makirg short work of the parcels they received-they are laxuries to the food we have been gett:in n!tely. We!i, I will now close, thanking you once more. I remain, ycurs sincerely, C. f"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

0e eERS, DRAPERS, IRONWNAGERS, MERCHANTS, aND GOMMISSIN AND :CIVERY AGENTS. AROBERTS = & = GILLESPIE..r Opposite Post Office SOppositePot O , Ol-- -Oke Street, Ouyen. H PEST = AND = BEST - IN A= LL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. --$ 7he Power in The Far mer's Hand. DO YOU NEED AN ENGINE ? A SIMPLE ENGINE. LARGE OWER WITH MINIMUM WEIGHT. A DUST PROOF ENGINE NOT AFFECTED BY WEATHER CONDITIONS. F YOU REQUIRE THIS YOU WILL -?BUY - Fn uustralian=Mlade JELEB RT! 'mplete Chaffcnttin'g Plants right up-to 3e. Capacity one ton upwards. Price from £97. Further Particulars From SS. GRRAE, OUYEN. hrendon (oIlers, LALLARAT. mined witl. St. Andrew's Preshyterian A Girls' Coliege. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. ,roved School for Government scholars eipal: MJiss Cramp; Vice-Principal : iida Crump, M.A., (1st class honors.) g and Voice Training : Miss Dron ,f the M Ibourne Cons. (pupil of -dare Melba;. : Miss Mabel Grump, M.A., A.T.C. S?Mr. Ie wrence Ri...

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Destroy the Rabbit. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

]Destroy the !^abblt. At Ouyen Pollce Court on Wed nesday, before Messrs. Elligctt, P.M., and A. W. Cooper, J.P., T. Dowler, the holder of a block at Gnarr, was prosecuted by Inspector WF.tker for failing to comply with an order to destroy rabbits on his block. Mr. Walter appeared for the prosecution, but defendant did not appear. Inspector A. -T. Walker said he vi.ised the block on 12uh February, and saw. numerous rabbits and burr:ws. Oi .the following day he served she statutory notice by regis tered letter. Again inspected the block on 8`h \M.rXh, a :.d the rabbits were still uumerous; also saw two large warrens on that occasion. There was no trace of any attempt by poisoning or other means to cope with the pest. On the occasion of the second visit he had a witness in the person of J. B. Steele. In April he saw defendant, who admitted having received the notice. There were about 450 acres of standing mallee on the block, and that as a harbor crea.ted a menace to the adjoining lan...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The MAIL Censored. (Continued from list issue). [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

The MUIIL eensored. (Continued from list issue). Mr Joseph Cook (Parramatta Minister for the Navy) [4.40].--It is time to protest against the silly rho domontade which is supposed to do duty for argument on the otther side. I should like the honorable member to be a little more explicit in his statements. He talks about manipu lation and suppression, all because, in this instance, the usuil procedure has been followed. He knows-if he knows anything at all, and, if not, then he is absolutely ignorant of things that he ought to know-that a statement of such a kind is never mado in the Senate until it has been delivered here ? It is because of the absolute and disgraceful waste of public time on the part of the hon orable member and his confreres. Mr Speaker.-Order! I must ask the Minister to withdraw those words. Mr Joseph Cook. - Yes, Mr Speaker; and I think it is very much to be regretted Several Honorable Members. Withdraw. Mr Joseph Cook.-It is much to be regretted that those refe...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Gallant Red Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

The Gallant Red eross. BY ,, .(;RICOL.A." Just stop and think of him who stands in tiee cii,:*l and wet, ,And then compare his state to yours and eonforts that you get. He only feels excitement when he fights the sai:ge foc. int -ic-k,c-cs, iVonnds :and h trdship make the warrior s kee;est woe. The -olhier has li:s feelings and he longs t,..- home and cheer ''he ,irl hle !eft Itshmnld him, else his wife and Cil:hueli n: t . We anrnot !.r:;g '.t Lo titm, nor y: send lheirn u'" tilt t.ea' But each at.d al cr, so?f.e?Ehig aivre, how e"er poor v e be. And take no tho-ght, of those who say t's sympa.thy miLstlaced. For that is worst calumny that ever false hood graced. In any case, he's not to h!:uine who's hit or sick in bed, So help along with all your might the gal hi*at Cross of Red.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

Obainahb' at a's 'arnks, ::...., ' r" n " t ' _t 17 .5 will pu?rcyabe a Cbesar ~_3a for n e £4 7 8 S p x :t £3 15 , £10 .£43 15 0 £50 5£871O 0 3 3 ss £875 0 C £1000CO Payable a years from date of purchase. Certiflaa es arm payable to bearer, are exempt from W eaith Levy, Commonwealth a:d State Stamp Duty. and Interest is free o: Inonme' Tax. O' Wa Savings SU: 2/6 Obtaltable at al S-anches of Comnmonwealth Bank of Astralia and all Post Ot4ces. Booklets supplied free in whic: to affix stamps. WShcn value reaches 17j6 they can be axchangd for "1 vert:fcatc. ComresVW rana Bari on Arme~nt. (octoler, 191' a'-. "a Whiy si .. w"- "i .v? rtºr ,;,y your Fmi ? ( P ,' cis. MI"..llortr:te tIoa.+es or Gerneral Stores ? Tao Answer Is Sirlple. aI B nese it wih r ay you to do so F ý a, 5 I;. JK Warehouses steek :lmrus!r the same class Of goodI-in mny casLes dr awiný supplies fromnt the same muaniu- t.a?',x'i. .i . " ':.::?:ce ?n o:ice- is- eatiu ciy 1the cs -s , ;:,:g--! fine bigger tie nomse the g-...

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The Ouyen Mail WED., MAY 22, 1918. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

4 :' Vt-f, Y 2?. 49413. Loca1F and General. VWlnetto shire council meets at Ouyen to?day and we anticipate isn portant bht-i-ess. There's room for plenty of work, with contractors waiting. At a mreetinq of the council of Onyen C.!edoihian Society on We I tiesday night it was decided to hold the annnLdI haggis supear on Wed nesday, 26th June. An innovation is to be intro aced this year by al lowiug laties to be present.- Tick ets are 1)<) 6 each, and a surcharge of 2/6 will be made for each extra laIdy. V You will "soon 'hear more about it. Naot .I "v q V the f',tilt of the. rail- y ocilt*. " On M1n lay a num. J er of &?s sof aoples .consign*- to 13iildura from Portland arrived per goods train at Ouyen for traushin anent. Our representative saw the Sporter lift o-e of the flimsy cases by. :no means negligently, and the lids refused the weight. As a result there were apples scattered. When that c-?-e rea?hes its desti?.tti-r- the owner will probably snort at the rai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

r~ : i" °t' till 'iae Min will l..ono.mis. You cmn do it mnst Effectively . es :fi EIG HITH-ST., - ---- LDURA. 1 r.:. Ii[ ridles from 10/ to 17;G each e 6 doz. Plow Collars £I 10/ each; :;,. !'eit Collars £1 1216 each ; 3 doz. best Spiders aad bellybands, 14 in. !ats, iwook 25/; 3 doz. Ditto, I1 in. patent hook 22/6 ; 6 doz. ditto, 11 in. plain !lok Cl : 6 doz. ditto, l~ in. plain hook 13/6 ; 3 doz. dray saddles 37/6 ; .4 doz. !ray brchings 37/6 ; *-ton plow Lead Chains 1014 lb. ; 7 doz. pair heavy hmnes "at tnp 1-.16 pair ; 4 doz. ditto knob top 15/ pair; 12 doz. pair best solid Leather ;ink'rks !./6 each ; 9 doz. p~,ir second best ditto 10!6 each; 12 doz. Riding . ,ldl?. iromr £3 10, to £7 10/ each ; 23 plow Backhands,' : in;, at 8/6 each: 0 :s l:,v-gy Hmrness~ £5 5/ to 8S 10!: :3) pair best Drill Pole Straps at 91 pair; 20 pair second bhet drill Pole Straps at 8/ pair. mThe above Prices are fer eash With Order -'h. n !;os re made of the iest 3'.terin.l by .First.Cla'q Trai~enmon ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Coming Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

The ecmirg DrcrerEt. What ro'! Alright, friend, wf will give you the right of your owZn opiioo-. We art juss nOw shaking hands with each ott e- ovre the glorious downpour. But it i that very downpour which gives tist to serious thoughts.--- or the tou:th time, May 13b'as proved a red letter day in the new Mailee, and it is worttt while keeping that fact in mind. The big rain just experienced g-v-i E:-zrytbing jus: that fi!lfp so much desired, aznd we can lock hope iully into the future of 1918. Four gcad yearcts m succession is a record never beiore expezienced hereabou ; hut, -th.Lugh itis y3: a bit early to huiicB, bhere is every reason to be lieve we ate going to make that record. And in that very fact lies the big danger--the danger of suf iienct ior the day. So -inr as the evil is concer;ned: the proverh is a good one but wbe it ccies to the good, tlarsa never wa- so much gocd that srnme of it shouid not be conserved to aure te ay aftii-er. 'Ihe Iecord qo a--m:nigi io Austra'ia...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Queen Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 May 1918

The Quaen Conmpetitbrl. A ve'"er' good aunierce assernsdFm a at the public hall ac Friday ighi to hear the coecs,': :nn ? witu---a the finl act of the Qneen cor-pettiti ' Whiih has' hiea carried on fLr sele Morsths past. The ase a -,c very nic.ely decorated ..-sd--dthe tbrone quite in teepiur, being toe chest; SfTrt in that di-retion yet seer! Fere. The predominaru note of the dc*l? ~ tiocs was shamroeks, the curtains and top of the throne be.rie? r nm hors of Fhese. M r W. .I 'itehell w?s cihairman s.nd conducted the proceedings we!l, under the rtepros sing circtmetance~, The le=~ i aid E -ardZ e cncer' progtara ihe better. An effor t.a.odd variplv fTaled lamentably, and the local performers were poarently soffering fron, the heavy feeling. Those who contri S:tBe i.-es t -.Me=.rs CG?eh. Gil bert Gillies. Arthur and Mis'es IGrace, rLeach, Cione and Strat ton. We prefer not to criticise, but merely say the local contrihtions were by no meacs the least enjoy able. The result of the Qu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

In rMceoriam (On Activ-e Service) 'T=-- . : j~I?,g e.n;cry of our dear son * t?ic_-, th, Drivrr S. I). F&ox. No I257 ; 3,a h:t., rd Reinf. Killed S .-?== oz 22th 3.ay, 1917. -- 8 l-y? h.is loving Father, MIother Si'ter, "d ;rothcxs. In emoriam C,'2C?Z~NTLT.. - In loving memory of my dear son, Willie O'Connell of Tempy, who died at St. Arnand on 30th May. 1917. I'macnlate heart of Mary, orur '-_yer for him extol. n-i, b-et-d heart of Jesus, ]a.ve meere on his soul. (Sadly Missed) -Inserted by his Father, Mother, -i??r_. ;rother r anp Relazives.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

Shire O?f WaIpeny TE--; D~iJ23 EAST I;Ihi)G IENDE i- are invited, returnahible by 10 ia.m. on aturrday, 5th june, at ker shire oace, Ovyen, i:r the follow Contract u--Sandscoopinr Ibtween blocks 25 and -6, "nd 25 and 35 iMouika. Contrac: S2-iaking footpaths in Rowe and P'ickering Streets, Unven. Contract _52-.ubbling ar Nunga biding, (!west sie. Contra-ct 3 - Rlubblibing between h:ihcks 22 an:l 2. V. alpenp. "-,rns and specifications may be seen ati?e Shire Otice. A deposit of 5 per tz. mnustaccompany each itenuer. A. :E. LAITY, Clerk of Works SiHIRE GE' 'W?1ALPEUP £U'POINT3MENT OF .RANGERS 2 Consequence of the annoyance caused to ratepayers and the public Yenerally by stcck beting allowed on the sreets and roads, notice is hereby g-ve that the Council ot the Shire of Wsal.peup has appointe(d Eessrs Albert E. Laity and B'iillian Southgate as Rangers for -te Easir and West i dings respectively. ith full power to impound all stock bound wandering on any street, road, or rerve vested i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

Oeaninuble at al bsanss, savings Bazsac2, or Nlonre Ordr Post O ie-.s 17 6 will purchase a Certific?cate for £1 £4 7 6 , , £5 15 O , _ - £45 15 O £50 es£3to o £1 00 :o ?75 00 ,, ,, £1000 PazablO 3 years from date of purcha2?. CrtI.catcs are payable to bearer, are exempt from Wealth .e-r.-, Commonwea!th ~and State Stamp D)ty, and Interest is free or Iicom:ne Ti-. I6 War Savings Stamps 21V C*tzinarb!s at ll Bearches of Common'walth Bank of Avstralia n-d s?' 3cst C~cs. 3Sook'!ets suppoiied free in which to affix stamps. When value reacet 7 1S they can be exchanged for c1 certiticnte. Oave anc beneft yourself. Buy Cort icates and benefit your countq r. "I-. .Reason It Out Jj'j j EX e'ds,. el'ore drizr .? ?- o?= ?. s ', With US Sc ; ' t , e t . LWhy! do we h rge you to Inmy your F nrni _ _ture _rom us istead of patronaising she ("uR ..?"-tS'-?.o Melbourne Houses. or General Stores " ? I?-izzis. The IAnswer Is Simple. BeaIenu it will pay you to slo so I V~ERYT leadtin Meiloun-=h Farni~tur...

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Those Aeroplanes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

Those Aeropianes. Hopetoun '"Courier" is jealonus, or somehing :-Some years ago a mysterious animal generally referred to as the "Tantanool;a tiger " caused a goad deal of constern tion i.i dit ferent parts of S.A. and Victoria, and this imaginary beast was sup Posed to have been seen at caiions Limef lv hysterirni eapie anywhere btetween Mi. Gambier and thIe wilds must now b. de.ad-:i. ji·Fs w., :;, not heard of it for quite a consider able time. MstarcŽue sCroyi, cs are now the latest sensation. Some weeks ago it was :eported that cfhey were hovering ahoua igh ,,tr the uninhabhitd maIlee up Ouyen way, bu -he t~i.teet is ~Ži athey have been heard-not see--by many of the usually sober-minded residents of Wo'ameiang. It would appear that toey are uoattunaL in their habiits andi favc.r nigh of inky bla Lfnesa, hence the impossibility of getting even a lunar observation. Bat then it is quite possible for any number of ordinarcy mortals to hear quite strange noises at night on certain o...

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