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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 January 1914

t A cricket.nfatch between Oayes9 Sand Tempy will be played on the local ground to morrow, (Satur day). The Ouyen team will be chosen from the following:-Arni field, Downton. Barnes, Ruse, Cr-sbie, M'Cahery. Emmett. Dun, M'Donald, Madder, Leyden, Oates fFinlayson, Arnold, and Dow. Players are reminded that the Smatch begins punctually at 2.30 p.m. A meeting of the Ouyen Tennis SClub will be held at Walsh's Commercial House, on Tuesday evening next at 8 p.m. At Ouyen for the quarter just Sended there were 193 civil cases, '903 10s 7d being ciaimed in debts, etc., of which awards ramounting to £623 9s Id were made by the cinrt. Other cases at Ouyen r;n:iner 28. The ihonorary justices and their atten Sdance were Mcs-rs -A. W. Cooper, ing. 1. The Police Magistrate i Mr W. G. Smith, attended three 'imes. Last year's list of insolvencies was laige for the district, there ibeing 13 cases of insclvencv te corded b' Mr F. G. Foster, chief clerk. The total's w 'er- :Dei)ts 1£19.108 4s 4d surp...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

It Never Fails.--" For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr Herbert H. WVoodhead, Wentworth, N.S.W. " We have six children and nev-er use anything else for the treatment of coughs, cold< and bronchial complaints. I confidently recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Re medy to everyone, more especially to parents who, like myself, have young children's health to safe guard. It never fails to give re lief' in all cases." Sold by all storekeepers. 2· B~g L~adcrs. South Australiall aczh. Aply D. FULLER, Ouy~en. * . ,- ' . '~"- "'t. - - T . . . . . i- - - 7 - i i . . . ...... . . UT YE SVORTS. To be he!d on Tutye Recreaio. n Gronnd, a day ury r 26 SPORTS STAR T AT 2 NOON SHARP. I.... Tug=of-War. Four sen aside ; weight not to exceed 43st. per team. Prize £4. Entrance 8s per earn. Four teams or no coxtest. Shooting PMatch. Glau-s balls. Prize .£3, -ift of Mr T. Kennedy. Nomination 3s; two entries allowed. Sheffield Handicap of-£3. First, ; second, £I. Nominatio...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

RACING. Tl'e 'ow-er of the Melbourne Cup wiu'er, Posinatus, has altered his mind about putting him to hurdle racing,. mand has granted another year's lease of the gelding to Mr Jas Chambers. Radnor, who has proved a good investinent for Mr S. P. Mackay, has tip to the present wvon for that gentleman just on 2600 sovs. in stakes. The son of Earlston Burletta cost Mr Mackay 1500 guineas. Saturday's racing in N.S.W. re sulted as follows : Flying---Miocene, Happy Lady and Brunnhilda. Stewards' Mile --Miss Moottan, Oweenee and Beck's Lager. Juvenile Handicap---Viburnurm, Crail and SiIver Beach. Kogarah Stakes-King Murello, Osterley and Wishful. SJanuary Handicap----tultutl in Parvo, Kilnmeadon and It's Funny. W'%elter Haindicap---HobMeC Skirt, Boomalli and Coronata. The.following were the resuits of the racing at Aspendale Park on Saturday : Maiden Plate --- Noble Bcznie Kurraki and W'ynieth. Steeplechase---Enchanted States, Sonny B and Powerful. Aspendale Plate---Mindai, Rosny and Lipol...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Clover for Ploughi[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Clover- for Ploughi The plant used fer pIc, is red or broad clover, aj? should be carefully selec~;' grass or perennial ru ! duces little seed froi, crop, whereas broad cles a good crop of seed frcA -A cond cutting after the fir?' taken for fodder. Th,? growth made during the~ of its existence is the bL preparation for any wh" I follow. It con3tains so€ a? ture that only one-fifthof of green crop is found in therefore it- decomi.oses the ground. It iin seif-fertiiisatibn anc; n-i~ be grown until the itrcid the humble bee, which ;' exclu~sively the md i diii; pol eit'-is co6~heved fro"?n i stigma. It possesses· nl leaf suirfaCe, :and' or fleshy roots; W"hich nPepetr whein :thegiound cts 'frt nait xcater. :dces .ot devreitploet ~nithbo i s , porftibr ori t hii sdi Sway it is not troible :; sheat :.Itt1 , 'I ^ H i after the- crop^ cut acd?ii?' to- !ir nd hir, it 'i -fo ,aipidly. Timothy"is . iv^ it ILcause the grss ;i, c!ay districts oun wiisS attains the height of is'l tiveness in-its...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pink Lakes of the Mallee. A PICTURESQUE PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Pink Lakes of the Mallee. -o A PICTURESQUE PHENOME NON. In a tour through unfrequented portions of the malIee, Mr A. D. Hardy, of the Forests Department, and Mr A. S. Kenyon, as engineer of the Wiater Commission's ataff, made interesting observations of weird topographical features of this now valuable province. Mr Hardy was concerned urainly with botani cal reseach of which he has sup plied full details to the Field Naturalists' Club; but the trip afforded him some material of wider interest. Phvsiographers, as he remarks, have shown that the nmallee country " is the raised bed of a sea or great estuary, into W hich -flowed rivers such as the Darling, Lachlan, Miirrumbidee, Murray and Loddon," which now. confluent in full season,: e.ch the sea by. the channielr of -.t!e :Iwoir Murrav---the from the north and east clhic, i but fromu the Cram piatis :, Pyr-enees bylands, on the south fldw th ie itie-ra, the Yar riambiack, Dunmunkle. Avon and Avoca, streams of which the last, and that...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Items. BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Sporting Items. S 'BOXING. Jack Johnson has offered to fight anyone in thi world for £6000. Arthur Peikey (Tommy Burns' white hope) was knocked out by Gaunboat Smith at San Francisco on New Year's Day. I Freddie Welsh, the Engligsh li~ht wIe.ght, who defeated Johnny Dun d.c at New Orle:ns on New Year's Day in a O10-round bout, announces his intention of staying in Anmerica until he obtains a mnatch with :itchie, the world's champion I lightweight. Matt Wells and Harry Stone are to meet at the Sydney Staiium to morrow (.aturday) evening. Wells thinks the referee, erred in giving the decision to Stone when t'rheey fought before. Kel!y Mansfield and Coghill fight at the Newtown Stadium on Mon day evening. - Pat O'Xeefe, who was out in Australia with Tonrmy Burns, is coming out again, but has delayed his departure to fight Carpentier, the Frenchmen, with whomn h_ has secured a match. The negotiations for a boxing contest between Bombardier Wells and "' Bandsman " Biake having fallen thr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

c - 0--------- - 'ir . n il in his boot :?ne (w'iJS- toe, a lad named Bre;::t~ 1 ::!'the Hami!ton hospital. -onfng set in, and tetanus e a, was the cau-e :f - '7i vag:.: -ecein'- ": p -t- ti " I r.o . t:aa Iinr , r " I yC ave: biee po: ted th:- , ?.: hi 'rausvaa?, ord :rin c .- ) - ' enlo0o0 out on _i e. Iie armingu themselves. ziarua Barleo . of London, it1fA the success of the ,~eatment of cancer. I 1913 foreign onnrtries I Great Britain with Scwt, of wheat, against Scwt. supplied by the .The proportions were 1 i', the same in 193 1. .an at Christchurch. N.Z., Sgave bi:rth prematurely d'uhildren, three boys and a ?-?ppy (?) father. ' rn-oeIn, a one-time nmem ,2e now defunct " Greasy 5; 1h,:' was sentenced to 12 l'"-, vimprisonment last week. iharged with the larceny of wheat, the property of S'Atrs Dreyfus & Co. It t that Vernon was seen 4i?Decemnber, in broad day ?back a cart up to a truck ,-way yard at W'iilianms I take the xwhat. "' Austrian Government is pa pstage stam...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

CHUIYRCH SRVICIES, Auglica Church--Ouyen 8 ad 10.30 a.m H.C., and 7.30. Nunga 11, Bculka 3, Tiega 3.30, Wal peur 7 3 . Ronlr C(atholic-- ass will be ceiebr-:., ;.t Ouye at 9 and 11 a.. ' Fe.. ather RKell. Pr"-i ' ersan C?iurch--Timberoo 11, Nuraa 3, Ouven 7.3a, Rev. J. A. Irvine.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

------ --r----- ---*--~ Corresionder-ae. (Whilht invitýing ful' and free discus-! sion on all subjects of interest we do noti identify uarselves with opinions ex-. preaaed by our correspIn'ients).

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

L. KENNEDY, Blacksmith and , t'eelwright, OKE-STREET, OU E~N. Stripper Crombs a specialty A. T. HALL OU~YEN ECOT STORE. •_ ? Prhies, Qseam, & Fit to" Y"2 r'Satisfaction. -~ *EPAIRS ~CONE ~ OFr Catalogue i: wil solve yoo ,yor Furniture Problems. I ~r the benefit of our out-of-town friends wo ha-e ~-issed a big F.rniture Catalogue, fully ihls trated and priced. It is the most reliable furzni,?-e uirte vo. can ge --ant it is free for the asliing. With it we send furnishing lists, showing com binations for completely frnishing homes of all sims, We have set a stadard "r. Furniture making. Everythisng we seHi is gu~t-"reed to he worth every ::'enny of its price. The timbers u;ed are sound, solid and vwel seasoned. The making is done S y ifurni?tIr, :. ers o lo'ng rperience, the deri g re ?-, ? ':ern, tle finising -s perfection. We have ~.ert?ing in fiurniture that you want, priced a~s Inr as ye- want it. Gents' Lounge Chairs, upholstered in saddle-bag 37 6 SBox Couches, upholster...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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GROCERIES. D. Douglas & Son (F. FISHER) Catalogues Posted Free to any Address. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

D. Douglas - Son (F. FISHER) Catalogues Posted Free to any Address. FARM21ERS !-Be alive to your own interests. Freight irom! Maryborough is only a small amount. The saving to you is af very large amount. A few of ouri prices are ~ippended herewith: Our Grocery Department. Fisu--Frecsh Herri,:gs, Larson Id tin, Morton 6d tin : Kippered 7d tin; Herrings in sauce 7d tin; Salmon, lIb red 9d per tin, 8s 6d doz., :4lb flats 5 d tin, 5s 3d doz; Sarudines, iage 5d tin, 4s 9d doz., medium 3d tin, 2s 10%d doz., snmall 2'd tin, 2 s6d doz.; Smoked SardIncs, -mal- 3s doz., large 4s 6d doz. SNUGGE"T POLuSK--Large for! 1s, -mall 3 for 6d BiscuTs--Coffee, . Rice, Ginger Nuts, Fancy Mixed. Arrowroot, all at 4Yd lb LoLLIES--Boiled, all va Iitie, 4d lb ; Chocolate Mixed, Cocoanuti Ice, Perfections. Londcii Mixed, Cough Rings. Scotch Mixed. As-i sorted Jellies, Caramels, bd lb. ToBAccO-Dark 1-lavelock 5s , full weight; Light Havelock, 5s 3d-lb full weight ; Thistle Block· or Red Cross 2s 9d lb. All br...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Police Court WEDNESDAY, JANUARY [?] (Before Messrs W.G.S.[?] and W. Farrell [?] Pickering, J'sP.) DEST CASES [?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Police Co -f WEDNEsDAY, Aw (Before Messrs . .. "G. and ,V. Farrll I Pickering, J, 'sP.) '2!: Busanta Singh v J. pi;/! struck out Henry Gl.sson : D. order for 95 8a and in default distress :-:i Jean Scott v R. Joh.I?.I?" -or .iL 9s 6d wit',h !'?@..:. Iefault distress WV. A. Ingtwerse:; v order for /2 1s 15.IdC costs, in default distrr. A. Mnacrow &t 8 SonL Skiannr , exe~~2-cudm lurc Tressillian Chap!in V $i order 3 17s 3d with Ii default distress A. W. Be:er v E. Df for --4 li 6d witl: 1 default distress R. C. Hart v We??t. o-der for A5 5s ll and ! default dis re-s M. P. Mar..vich v W. -15 order for 17 17s 20c v co<ts, in default distres-n Avt-an & Htfioed v lingl.aw ; adjourned eor t F. J. Sevmour v A. FE' order for £t8 15s 6d w?i costs, inedefautlt distress M. C. Nattrass v P. J.t order for £8 1i wiuil £. default distress . ~ Nattrass v P. J. , order for £8 1s £i v.:'th default distress C. IH. Roberts v F. Le for £~9 19s 2d and L fault distress F. E. Hugh...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

I P BRitt leneral Commission Agent, OUYEN. 2fgent For Manures. AGENT FOR : .JO4 y DARLING & SON, rheat Buyers. Wheat bought in any quantity fox spot cash. 'heat stored for 12 months free r charge. Cornsacks sold at current rates. EuW ZEALAND INsURANCE CO. Fire, Marine, Accident. Sick ness, and Live Stock. II. V. M'K.Ax's Famous Farm implements of A ustra!iar manufacture, including Har vesters, Drills, Pionhs, Cal tivators, Hreorseworks, Cha cutters, Bag Loaders. E-ay Rakes, Harrows, etc. Airtc SI & Son's Famous Gigs and Buggies. AuSTRALIMAN MUTUAL FROVI I)ENT SOCTtTY. The largest *mutual life office in the Bri tish Empire. Has the world'si record for paying the largest bonuses. Funds, £28,000,000 Di-vdes profits yearly. The Guyer Hotel. (Under Nw Managenment) , NP, and IS;CiS F. XWATERS Late of WVycheproof. [EG to inti~rate that they havei taken over the above Hotel,i and the travdelling public can rely on having their every want Hattended to. LARGE AnRY ROOMIS, .COM...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Newspaper Subscription. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

2Newspaper Subscription. The following are the decisions of variots courts on the subject: I. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as intending to renew the subscription. 2. If subscribers order the dis continuance of their newspaper, the publisher may continue to send it until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or re fuse to take their papers from the Post-ofice to which they are di-1 rected, they are responsible until they have settled their bil!s and ord0erec their papers to be discon-¶ tinued~tf. 4. If subscribers m ve to otherj piacs wiithout irŽformi:ng the pub lisher, an:d tihe laprs are sent to the former addrcss, such subscribers are heid r soonsihle

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Destructive Fire at Prahran. [?] ESTIMATED AT £120,000. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

tructive Fire at S Prahran. VSif viATED AT ,{' *i20,0.0;0. i 2 U), 0 -; 1). a1-end has bevn at work ),,, in one short hour on !bi·' .he weil-known sore, " The Colosseum," .' . , t, Prhran. was, i; t stock, totally de ..v Involved in the ai -.:s the newer portion 'w -ll-t=he City Hail, l>,ed--tche roof of -hich d fell in. Three other ihops on the north side of i osseum, facing Chapel 's er gutted and smashed an of failing bricks from hot walls of the great shop. frion to this some consider -g;e was done to the Tele aC b Hotel, and the cottage ýiretaker of the town hall i.ned and the debris bnried Sfalling wall. igh estimate of the damage 1,4,00Cc0. The stock of the am is valhued at £75,000, ,ding at 16.000, and the Sto the town hall and the i e lier shops more than iake .balance. rs of firemen and constables, iilowed by some thousands i.ublic, hurried to the "cene .ýAb alarm wus given. Fire tho throbbed noisily at many "; great lines of hoae traversed '', Macquarie and Greville *;...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Cultivate! [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

SCultivate !. 'For the soil hegins to hake, Cu.iLtiate ! St~ir it uip for culture's sake, Cultivate i Tillage hinders 'vaporation. Tillage works ,eeds' 'radication, Tillage Ihelps food 'laboration. Cultivate ! if it rains .n-d !ays the dust, Cu!tivate ! If it. pours and forms a cust. Cultivate ! Save the mnisture hygroscopic, Help thIe nmcrobes microscopic, Talk to neighbors on `his topic, Cultivate ! If yo~or Lcai be'gins to swell, CuIltivate Harrow, crush it, pound it well, lCultivate ! Cultivate a humble heart. Give "Big i" a meaner part, Le t 1te erm of culture start, CU!tivate !

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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"Black" Wheat. TROUBLE IN RIVERINA [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

"Biazk'" Wheoa~t~. TROUBLE3 IN RIVERINA There seems to be ugly possi bilities in connection wrth h._- ,? tion of rural workers ija N.V,' in declariug " bIack " wheat stacked at the railway station by non unionist carters and lumpers. It is reported from Wagga Wagga that t~he farmers have prepared a list ~f over 700 farmers who are prepared to go to Sydney, and assist in loading wheat if wharf laborers will not handle it, Inrelation to this Mr Gravndler, general secretary of the Australian Wrotkers' Union, which includes rural workers, says: " That will be New Zealand over again. We wili see what the waterside workeras have to say about a mattej of that kind. My union is sot m-~ing any complainst against any farmer carting his own wheat, but when he enters into the businesa of carry ing, it is up to him to conform to the condition~ of the union. Those, too, who give their carting to snch farmers and such lumpers cannot exect unionists at the shipping end to have much, if any, can ide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

..... • " Ready to IMeet the Requirements of the Peo le! , : .: CBe TOY CARNIVAL an L[ FATR Come ad See it. Bring the Children. AI ages are welcome. " Special Holiday. Prices for Presents ! There is No B?etter Place for Uni fora Good V ~ ,u i i?~1 Brash Sets, Leather-Cased BrushSets, Military Brush Sets. Silv-Ehr-Plated WareatCa., vrPte :ush ai:t Silv. -i?ftefa ~0 i o y ardinieresm ')r:lzlent iof ': all deiftionis,:G.od Perfumes, Shaving Sets, Aft eraai i-et Sts, Photo. F?r~as, Leat.er-bonal W/itin- Ca-;s, xdi[es' C: i'xadsi BeauEtful W ?i \Work Blox-.; Witk'er--2i?ozr . ka ets, ?locks in artistic dsighs, arg?e Collecfio-of choice ArtiScial FIers. A variety of oth-r beat tftl preseuts which are too num jruis to partic~ larise. All are cordially invited to inspect. AQGMGCiES-John Shearer & Son, Kilkenny, S.A.; David Shearer & Co., Mannutnm, S.A.; In:ernational -arvester Cc., .felbourne: Mijuit L:·~M inur,-• 3,il 1 Sissorn "felboirche; Waring Bros., Melbourne. WZHEAT B...

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Late Telegrams. Blizzards in New York. New York, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Late Telegrams. LBY WIRE.] Blizzards in Newh York. New York, Wedn.esday N·w York hbs been swept by blizzards, which bare caused enor oious loss aud entaied severe suffering. Thousands of peopile are home less, :and are begging for shelter at the municipal Iodginlg-houses, which are already overcrowded Intense sold in iEurope. London, TWecdnesday. Arctic conditions prevail in Greast Britain and on the continent. A numbgr of deaths have been caused by the sudden change in the weather conditionus. * * * Undesirable australians. Lor.don. 'Wednesoday. "The Times" publishes a special a:ticle to-day dealing with confid e:ce men. T'hese men, it says, belong to an international fraternityv of a very exclusive kind. There( are about 30 or 40 of them in Lon-i don, and most of thern are Aus tralians. They are dissolute and thriftless, but are faithful to one another, and their calling is profit able t : Australian Wine. London, Wednesday. New South VWales claret, hock~, •habbs and burgundy were...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 January 1914

On page 4 appears an article on " Pink Lakes of the Malice," re printed from the "Age." Ques tioned en the subject, Mr D. Crosbie .aid tlic-e lakes are identical with those rkowtn to many settlers 3rcund the district, and the time cf the trip the article refers to would be about two years ago. Mr Crcsbie has some samples of the rink salt obtained from the lakes at the Water Commission's local cffice. The lakes are reached by the Murrayville line and are about se(ven miles from Iinga. Spolts are to be held at Tutyeron Aorday, 26th inst., and a first-class programme is to be prtsented, par iiculais of which appear in another tcltim. A prulican's booth will Ie on the grcund, also a luncheon and soft drinks booth. The quantity of wheat weighed et the local weighbridge tp to '7ednesd5 y eveniug amounled to 13,785 bags. There are some 6C00 'bags in the station yard awaiting trucking. . Monday, 26th January (Founds- i ion Day), a.though a bank holi 'ay, will not be obselved bythe . ? ?* ? ...

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