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Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

....?------_2?.?. Ouyen Police eourt. At the above court on Wednr day last, Messrs. W. Farrell a H. W. Pickering. J's.P, oc0 the Bench. "' i G. M. Logan and G Gneil w each fined 20s for non-complja;e with the Vaccinaton Act. Ben. Oke claimed L*5 17/2 f.. F. G. Ryan, and a verdict wa." tered with 26/ costs. Geo. Rowe sued tlhe samn -e fendant for L3 8/, and got a ,, diqt, with 15/6 costs. (Mr. Pa,' represented both complainants.) A DISPUTED DE-qT. WV. Nactrass (Park) c'ii;,;i from E. Fox (Walter) Ti ,. was for the services of \Vee vxr, Gregor in the 19:4 season. complainant, in his evidefnce. , as the mare had been purcliha from him, and paid f-r. Ft!,. agreed to give the service :, i the nsual fee for a chance foal The mare was served on thee oc casions, and the account had never been disputed on the ground of ;ti contract not being completed. ,. on any other ground. Cros - amination failed to aLir th . though complainant idmiit. ie had made an error in makin, ' season 1913. instead...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

District Soldiers' Fund. We have bezn requestea to ack nowledge the following donations of wheat to the above fund at the different centres: Tiega.-J. Adei:ey 5 V. Ar buckle 3, J. Feen:ey 3, J. Matchett 3. J. Giles 2, J. Hoare 3 bags, J. E unn 2 sacks weighing 8 bus. 29 Ibs.-Total 21 bags Nunga.-W. Duthie 5, E. J. Dean 1, C. Dolan 2, C- H. Dank ley 2, L. M'Rae 1, T. Tonkin 5, R. H. Lcckett 2, W.J. Pearce 1, J. M'Lean, jr. 2, J. M'Lean, sr. 2, C. Cloonan 2, K. T. Farrell 1, J. T. George 1, A. Hahnel 1, W. Little 3. W. Hickxmott 1, R. W. Weir 4, W. L. Gregory 2, R. M. Gnskich 1, A. Griffith 2, J. Phief fer 5, M. Irwine 2, J. Eastwell 2, R. Penny 3, J. Steele 2.-Total 55. L. M'Lean 2. M. Irwin also donated 2 bags to the Ouyen hospital. Walpenp.-The following addi tional donations have been received by the Red Cross Society :-A. M'Kinnon, H. Sloan and Lowk Bros. £5 each, C. P. Mills ,2 2/, H. Edlin L1 1/, W. James and J. P. Smith .1 each, S. Vallance and Geo. Armstrong 10/ each, B. Rann...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

o (autiful kids! Griselleand Grisette, t ek both had whooping cough ?Whooping her head off-a dismal duet, at made them sick, sulky and sad. r wrorried ? Not much! We knew !st what to do '-:"erience had made us quite sure; S"soon wreathed glad grins round the chins of the twins, k3 Woods' Great Peppermint 3Pp VICTORIAN R.AILWAYS OUYEN RESERNOIR. T ENDERS are invited for the con struction of ReserVoir at Ouyen. Particulars at Donald and Ouyen stations. Preliminary deposit £30 Tenders, endorsed "Tender for Onyen Reservoir," must be lodged, with the preliminary deposit, in the Tender Box, Railway Offices, Melbourne, at or before eleven a.m. on Wednesday, 31st May. No tender will be necessarily accepted. G. H. SUTTON, Secretary. TO=N IGHT'! COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM. The Nippers. Victorian Farmers' Union. ADDRESSES BY DELEGATE. EETINGS of Farmers (which means all Primary Producers) will be held at the centres mentioned below, when Mr. Hart, secretary to the move ment to form a Farmers' ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Agricultural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

Agricultural Items. o-- Influenza, a cat rrhal disease. affects horses from timne to time. It is known as pink eve on the Ameri can continent. It is generally deenmed an infectious ailment. but is as erratic in its departure as it is sudden in its intr,:sion into a stud. Fighting sheep are kept by the native prin:es in India. These rams are generally white, with a trace of brown on the head and feet. The nose is arched and the horns large and massive, project ing in spiral form about the head. The tail measures about 4 inches in length. The more systematically either arable or pasture land is ridged and furrowed, the more rapid is the process of weathering, and the larger the quantity of food made and liberated for the use of plants; hence the soil maker has to adopt methods of draining and soaking the sub-material to a greater depth than takes place under natural con ditlons. The shape of the rdder is a valuable indication of milking capa city when considered in conjunc tion with m...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Farmers Union. A WAITING POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

P-rmers Union. A WAITINT G POLICY. For some reason or other, fully half of those present for the Flour Mill meeting at the Ouyen Publc Hall, on Saturday, left the build ing when the second meeting was called. This had b en~ convened by Messrs. Pickering, Glowrev ai Lawier, and was to di.cu~,s th!e question of forming a branch of the Victorian Farmers' Union, and ;t hai been anticipated there would be a packed hall. Instead, only about 30 took sufficient interest to hear what was proposed, anra some of these left before a conclusion was arrived at. 1The reason is hard to define. On the motion of Messrs. Glow rey and Mitchell, Cr. Pickering ,vas voted to the chair. In opening the meeting the chairman said it was considered by several in the district that it would only be by organization and pulling together that the farmers would ever be-'able tc. obtain what they considered their rights. Allother trades had their unions, and they kept loyal to their interests; but the farmer were div...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

- d'i f ~· <-c· A" F pt~~ r~r __ __ £~ c ' t-dp-~ itj ___ p~~s/ I"i-~ jj:·iCT· ICI*B~Ar x .,I r ii ANC BE~TLRST "bC4~i~iiMALPE Thi AUSTRALI A BOOTS! BOOTS! Our New Consign ment of 30B TS is to handI, and WE INVITE INSPECTION of the following new lines--- MEN'S MILITARY COSSACKS For the Mallee. LADIES' 3-BAR SHOES, GLACE DERBY SHOES, ADA BALMORALS. Children's and Infants' BOOTS and 5 HOES. BEN. OKE, OUYEN. AT THE FRONT. --THE- OUYEN BAKEIRY. Is being zontinued by .the undersigned As always, none but the best of flour is used in turning out THE BEST OF EREAD. picnics, Weddings. Birthday Par ties, Balls and Dances Catered for on the .hortest notice, and at MODERATE PRICES. Country Orders Promptly attended to and di-patched by first train. V'armers' requirements a Specialty. Write, Wire or 'Phont IVRS. A. VALENTINE, TJH~E OUYEN BAKERY. Iomronileltl a htiB _ nk- H~ustrali IHEAD OFFICEL SYDNLFi . Generzl BCan ing u e ' ,"ts CITIES rnd TOdlNS ~of IUSTREALZ and LON;;-;i Cable rem...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

Sp~cai silow OF 7J SEASON'S GOODS AT Ellison Bros,, pI0RS AND OUTFITTERE Rowe-street, Ouyen. and inspect our New and UJF !ate Range of Latest Suiting I?tet Novelties in Men's : prices to suit all pockets THE GLAD HAND s the well-tailored man, anc 0ur tailoring is the Bes~t ! ust as easy toget the Best as Poorest, so call at once and leave vour order with us. eedisplay of Felt Hats in all • also a large and magnificent 'sortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE S, co call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. uniterer, Gieengrocer, and Aerated Water Manu facturer. resh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. . ARNOLD, AKER AND PASTRYCOOK. tLuality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard in'any quantity at lowest rates. gent for Massey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators andcream cans Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's ra Ithirdressing Saloon. (Next Waters' Ho...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

WEDNESDAY,. MAY 24, 1916. Local and General. Today is Emtpire Day. and will be celebrated it the State Schoo.s e'-erywhere. Tiere is no doubt the occasion will le impressed on the minds of the scholars, and there is no reason why it should not have the same effect on par ents. It is notable enough in all reason. At Nunga the -scholars will hold their annual picnic, and a good crowd is certain to be pre sent. Memnber of the Or-',e- Rifle Club are lequests-d hv their cap tain to complete their nrtsketry course before 30th of next mtnth. This Is necessary to keep matters straighl:, as well as encouragine-l those who are takin, the place of i volunteers to shoot s;raight. A matter of importance to any wheat growing district is to dis covee, by experiment, the seed which yields best. In this direc tion, school teachers could aid ma terially by putting in experimental plots, and encouraging the scholars to study them. In this connec tion, Cr. Picering has a quantity of seed on hand, and i...

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The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 May 1916

To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OG?YEN IAIL who do not receive their Papers regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in wrting,

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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

An ·Appeal. -0 The promises already receirved by the Rev. G. E. Downton and Mr. Hall, in the matter of additional areas to be put under wheat for the benefit of our soldiers when they return from helping to crash the Hun, are as follow: W Clover, 3 acres; Eletcher Bros, 2, E. Harmer 5, M. Irvilne 3, F. Shard 2, R. H. Lockett 3, C.H. Dunkley 2. R. Cooper 2, T. Farrell 2. R. Lawler 5, T. Tonkin 5, G. Pickering 2, J. Farrell 3, T. Walsh 3, G. Eastwell 1, M. Byrne 2, W. Glover 3, C. R. Lockwood 3, S. J. Gill 2, A. E. Laity 2, M. M'Intyre 2, A. Munro 2, B. J. Murphy 2, J. R. Hoare 2, F. Ryan 2, C. Caro lin 2, W. D. Mitchell i, J. Britt 2, A. Stasinowsky 3, J. Steele 2, W. Little 2, A. Dickens 2, W. Johnson 2, R. E. Tonkin 3, W. Ingwersen 2, J. Ross 2, T. Walsh 3, A.Symes 5, G. Freeland 5, J. Shelley 3, A. M'Callum 5. T, Bevan 3, A. Grif fiths 3, H. '" . Pickering 3, D.Tidd 2, J. Fletcher 2, H. Shalders 1. G. Boulton 3, Perkins Bros. 2, W, K. Morgan 2, Perkins Bros. 2, Mr and Miss Glowrey...

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District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

District Soldiers' Fund. -o--- We have been requested to ack nowledge the following donations of Wheat to the above fund at the different centres : Tiega.-J. Adeney 5, W. Ar buckle 3, J. Feeney 3, J. Matchett 3. J Giles 2, J. Hoare 3 bags, J. Snnn 2 sacks weighing 8 bus. 29 lbs.-Total 21 bags. Nunga.-W. Duthie 5, E. J. Dean 1, C. Dolan 2, C. H. Dunk ley 2, L. M'Rae 1, T. Tonkin 5, R. H. Lockett 2, W. J. Pearce 1, J. M'Lean, jr. 2, J. M'Lean, sr. 2, C. Cloonan 2, K. T. Farrell 1, J. T. George 1, A. Hahnel 1, W. Uittle 3. W. Hickmott 1, R. W. Weir 4, W. L. Gregory 2, R. M. Guskich 1. A. Griffith 2, J. Phief fer 5, M. Trwine 2, J. Eastwell 2, R. Penny 3, J. Steele 2.-Total 55. M. Irwin also donated 2 bags to the Ouyen hospital. XValpeup.-The following addi tional donations have been received by the Red Cross Society :-A. M'Kinnon, H. Sloan and Lowk Bros. A£5 each, C. P. Mills £2 2/, H. Edlin 1 1/, W\. James and J. P. Smith ;1 each, S. Vallance and Geo. Armstrong 10/ each, B,. Raun 5/, ...

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Ouyen and District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

euyen aind District Sol . diers' Fund. -0-o The following promised dona tions have been paid, and the secretary will be pleased to receive all unpaid promises: Sso Mrs Ingwersen ... 0 5 0 Mr. J. Chapman ... 0 10 0 Mr. A. Hall ... 0 5 0 Mrs O. Wills ... 0 5 0 SMr. N. Crawford ... 0 5 0 Mr. Carmichael ... 0 2 0 Mr. A. G. Willoughby 0 2 6 Miss Willoughby ... 0O 3 0 Mrs H. Pettit ... 0 3 0 Mr. T. Ruse ... 0 10 0 Mr. G. F. M'Intyre 2 0 0 Mr. J. A. Irvine ... 0 5 0 Mr. Ritchie ... 0 5 0 Mr. Montgomery .. 0O 5 0 Mr. J. Murnane ... 1 0 0 Mr. M. I win ... 1 0 0 Mr. B. Oke ... 9 0 0 Boir,ka Public Hall Committee ... 5 0 Patriotic Committee 50 0 0 71 5 6

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Victorian Farmers' Union. THE COMING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

torian armers' Union. COMII1NG CONFERENCE. Tomorrow. June 1, the confer ScouvenIed by the Carwarp cOe\ socat-on will be held o ef Judging by reports re ed the gathering promises to nr?oodly one, and probably efficial recognition will be SIt would be a graceful act, -r . Farrell and Pizkering will Qrsent Ouyen, and Mr T. Ton SEnga, at the Ccnference. '.r Vatpool correspondent Ior ; the following : a well attended meeting of Y atpOol Progress Association Saturday night, the hon. secre ,read a circular letter from the -arp P.A. asking that two dele Sbesent to the conference at ea, with a view to forming a 'lee Farmer· U:ion. A letter, :0 - of ri cs, was aI ;o received \'i- Victo ian Farmners' Union, 1,l-t:er from Yabba (Dookie) r;:ers' Union. T ipen discussion, Mr. J Mc ':a moved, and Mr. Ure secon . 'hat two delegates be sent to cnference at Ouyen, with re fti0on drawn up by this Associ on with a view to forming a :ee Farmers' Union. .amendment that a branch of Victorian Farmers' Unio...

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Timberoo Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

Timberoo Topics. We can all do a bit towards help-, ing the man who is helping to keep our end up, and to show how his efforts are appreciated, the follow ing farmers gave a day each to put in Soldier P. Sexton's crop : MIessrs. Morrow. Symes, Feather by, Scott, Hickey, Bilton, Presley, Lear and Hahnel. We are all hop ing our gallant defender will be back o*'!_nd in wind and limb in time to see to the taking off of the big yield which the season promises, and if this is the case, all who as sisted in the putting of the seed where it vill d'i most good will A.e amply repaid, It -a j~or sort who has no gratittide.

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Ministerial Visit to the Mallee. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

Ministerial Visit to th Mlallee. Next Wednesday: the fi::i for Lands, accompanied bl Hon. John Gray. M.L A ,, start on atour through the old the new Mallee. The ro: be through Dinmbola to Rai. thence to Hopetoun, acros. t, celes? and Sea Lake. KLRLe. Woomelang, to Ouyeu, to ::: ville, and ba.ck by easy-... Ouven. To Maananat:a: a :n? Pattra!,, ag to C'k.2kapso n~ iingoliah~, Ultiii- and Swvan i the whole tour taking eight dai For this district the time tab! as followvs :-Arrive Ouyeu, 2 a.m. on Saturday 10th; rec' settlers from 10 a.m. to I P Leave for Murrayville at 1 30 p and receive settlers there from : 10 p.m. Spell-o on Sunday. Le Murrayville. per car. at 8 a.m. Mowiday. arrive at Cowaugie. S. settlers to 10 a.m. ArrvT 1C0.30; settlers to nooi. 'r Boinka, 12.30; settlers to 2, Arrive TUnderbool, 2 45; setrler 4.30. Arrive Walpenp per tra 5 14; settlers 8 to 10 p m. Le Walpeup 8 a m, Tuesday, ar Ouyen 9. and leave for theL ea~ side at 9.30. It looks like a fai busy time, more e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

Overseas Tobacco Fund. AN APPEAL FOR SMOKES A PARCEL OF "SMOKES" FROM HOME. \.s• .-. - i;ri I-' Ill,. 1' II ;, PACI °F S dgS" F~ OE Overseas Tobacco Fund. . In response to the paragraph in our last issue, we have to acknow ledge the following sums :. £sD Ouyen Patriotic Commit tee ... 10 0 0 Mrs. Home ... 2 0 ABob ... ... 1 0 D. Crosbie ... 1 0 The special commissioner of the Overseas Club tobacco fund (Mr. J. C. Lane) writes us :-"I cannot sufficiently thank you for the hand some contribution of £10ol 3/, and I hope that you will convey to all those who have assisted our warm appreciation of their help." There are some additions since, and we will be pleesed to let any- I L -o ' one have a collecting book to help - os the good cause along, and acknow ledge all amounts through the MLar ESTABLISHED 1909. GRACE & SCOTT BUTCHERS AND SMALLGOODSMEN, FARRELL-ST., OUYEN. None but the beet quality of Beef, . Pork and Mutton sold. Corned Beef is a specialty. Smal Goods of Prime Quali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

A chemist whose ways are right up-to date, Decided to dress out his windows in state; Consulted his salesmen, each one confest "A solitaire dressing -with mirrors looks best." So he placed a big order, and made a display With the best and most popular "line" of the day; That sapient chemist success will assure, While his windows "star" Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. O UEN PUBLIC HALL. NOTICE. Anyone removing Papers from the Reading Rooms, or Water from the Tank at the above Hall, will he prosecun ted without respect of persons. By order of the Committee, R. S. RITCHIE, Secretary. IREAT WAR ~IAP OF WORLD. See one and you will be delighted. Especially suitable for schools.-MAaIL Office. FRUIT For Sale.--Best Eating and ' Cooking Apples at 2/6 a case on Harcourt station. Orders receive prompt attention. Cases to be returned. Cash with order.--Robt. Portwine, Harcourt. [ UYEN GOLF CLUB.- OPENING L- DAY. The season will be opened at the On yen Links on MIonday next (King's Birthday) when ...

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Walpeup Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

Walpeup Shire eouncil The ordinary monthly meeting of the above body was held at the shire offices, Ouyen, on Friday night, when there were present Crs. J. K. Glen (president), H. J. Wilt shire, W. Mossop, W. Farrell, H. W. Pickering and H. F. Hecht. CORRESPONDE~TCE?. Two very bad patches of flat sand on the road from Paigine to Galah railway station were remarked on by T. Bevan, and the Clerk of Works will inspect and report as to the best method of coping with them. A long standing trouble regard ing asandhill at Cloonan's, Boulka, was referred to by K. T. Farrell, I who suggested it was time the council did something to remedy the defect.-Cr.Farrell drew atten tion to the fact that the ratepayers who use this particular road gave a promise that they would rubble it themselves, and MR Farrell's atten tion will be drawn to that promise, which the rouncil contends they are bound to keep. Cr. arossop will attend to a bad piece of road in front of Nyang post office complained of by W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

r.,'?~ "?9t~?' 7 ;Y·r·~o ° "% ~ HEAj OFICE . YDNK1 MS,l Gee ra.~ i ~ l Banadlc ~Business ,4,",£& Th~ inth CrTIES nsd T-OWNS of AUST.-ALIA, ad LCGCON Cable renmittances atn e to. "u: drat- ,!r,-w on forei-n plces .ire.t: Foreign bills neg.otnded and cd.-.-- d Let.t(er.orte ,r ici u t -a. paLn or the rjrld. Bankinr ndo~1 Exrbnh e *. - or r- ..jrl to n r.r-...a.tr ed withlii', (* nsmort alt h, Untt d ' ri i n Crrard-ent o te pe ori urloe ntre're p i on *ired lepooito. Advuncen' made madr:*. opprovedi nur nrs-. Sajns kBank Di'atzm±n BRANCHES in the chie, centres and AGENCIES at over Post Oflico- InfltrSt at 30/ Minimuim 2 r in .Utr.s';tr.0 per ai's,?rv i DopoaIt and Papua up to £300 LNTERSETATZ and IJ[ERATIONAL Savings Bank Facilities 3ufPS RErL,. r.po:' C.oer+nr J... n r, D s7 l) wIrLL:n " l . .r.. n r . LESLIE AR DON, SOLICITORS, PICKERING-STREET- - - OUYEN. (Solicitors to the Shire of Walpeup.' ADVANCES ARRANGED t ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS . Murrayville and all inte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

Special Show Op ??W SEASON'S GOODS AT Ellison Bros,, TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Rowe-street, Ouyen. Call and inspect our New and Up to0-ate Range of Latest Suiting: and Latest Novelties in Men's Wear Prices to suit all pockets. THE GLAD HAND aaits the well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Best! Tt is just as easy toget the Best as the poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. A fine display of Felt Hats in all styles, also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE New, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GR E AT Z. Fruiterer, Gieeng~ocer, and Aerated Water Manu factunrer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, O?UYEN. E. ARNOLD, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. Baest Quality Bread from Australian flonr CATERING A SPECIALITY. Flour, Bran and Pollard inmany quantity at lowest rates. Agent for Massey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans No Waiti...

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