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Nyang Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Nyang Notes. A very successful cald party and dance was held on Friday night, and the big crowd that attended had a royal time. The effort was in aid of the school fund, and as the fine sum of £5 2/6 came in, the children will fuel the benefit of added means of in creasing their store of kuowledge. To the teacher (Miss BoucLer) aod Mrs. Booley a heap of praise i? due, for it was mainly through their efforts that the gatherinrg eventuated. Songs and recitations varied the dancing, and these proved very enjoyable. Read all this issue right through, and if it is oot there already, get your name on the subscribers' list of the -district newspaper-the OUXEN MarL.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yatpool Yarns. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Yatpool Yarns. A -.,eek or two agor cr.ps lookied aery p?:tc:hy hereahut, more e.speei ally. . the vicinity of rzeen mallee. Here "hsy were only from a toot to i& inches hi.h, and where no mallee had been, and corsequentiy no fire over i~, tbh 'rowth was iery short. Now. ibowever. th! apperrance is very oven anod there is every prospect of a rec':ci yield. Mr. T. Dutihaid has a cro. r. 50 acres of Giuyas three feet high~. TLe R.d Cross Society held a eu cher pr.ty and dance in the school rooTr m Firid:ay night, vwhen there was Z good atbendrancx, including vis itora Forn1 Mildira ,aLd district. Af tmr tr.-o honrs' cards it was found that 31ra. M'Mahon tand Mrs. .urey weree a tie. Mrs. ?Furey (who donated the lady's p ize) withdrew, thus leaving the other lady as winner. For the gxeltemen's tourney four tied, and in the play off Mr. Ure won. Dancing started after supper, and a most en joyabl timeo was spent, the music supp!ied being beyond praise. When the settlers here requi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertise. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Advertise. There was an old geezer and ha had lots of sense; He started up a business on a dollar eighty-cents--the dollar for stock and the eighty for an ad., 9 Brought him three lovel- dollars a day. by gad ! Well, he brought more goods and a little more space. And he pla-ed that system with a smile on his face. The customers flocked to his two-by-four, And soon he had to hustle for a regular store. Up on the square, where the people pass. He gobbled up a corner that was all plate glass. He fixed up the windows with the best that he had. And he told them all about it in a full page ad. He soon had 'em coming and he never. never quit. And he wouldn't cut down on his ads., one jit. Well. Ihe's kept things humping in the town ever since, And ever-body calls him the Merchant Prince: Some sa- it's luck, but that's all bunk Why, he was doing business when the times were punk, reople have to purchase, and the geezer was ndse For he knew the way to get 'em was to advertise.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Murrayville Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Murrayville 1Mems. Th greart patriotic etffort,per bazaar and Queen competition is nearing an end, and great is the result thereof. The bazaar ran two nights, and those responsible have every reason to feel proud. The nett result will top e300 f'r which fine result, the Queen com petition accounts for two thirds. The stalls at the bazadr yere named after the Allies, and each was appropri ately decorated. [Pressure ou our space compels the holding over of the details.-ED.] The Queen competi tion caused great excite:ment, and as the time for closing th: poll drew near teeling ran high. At thre 9 a.m. ballot, Blue led from Green, Red and Yeliow- iu that order. Then t~he voteh s began to pour in, and at the final Green had 5402,Red 4637,Blue 338S, anrd Yellow 2109. The cash result w.as £193. 'Ihe Mall-e is partiotic without a doubt. A tennis matnch is to Ie played onI Saturday, when the iheme team vil1 try ccncluslons with D.mvyo. There is sure to'be a good crowd to witness the combar, ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

A 'lu?able LiaiiminLt. -tvery fuaily sholld be provided with Cliuberlhins ':Pain Bali a:t all times. Spmins may be relieved in nmuch less tinle wlrhen pronp]ly i treated. La?re bLack, latie shoulder. pains; in the idie and c:hest and rhe 1naic:_ lmimm i are seomme of the di-e:Lses for wm.Ih it im es pecially valu?able. Onice you try Chamber- i lain's rain 1~alm you will never waish to b?e withont it. Yold by all storekeepers. lie cronuched in a doorway, hungry anti cold, Homeless and hopeless and sad; I could see at a glance he needed help, That no friend in the world he had. So I gave him a crown and a choice ciga?r And advised him st:ong drink to abjure; ie meaned his need was a bed antd a feed And Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. OJEVErAL secondhand strippers for k.Z sale. Apply J . P. Britt, Ouyen. S INGERi Sewing Machinle, latest draw ers. etc. Cost ?14 10/, will sacri fice at .7 10/. Five years' guaarantee. Apply W. A. Houghton, Plumber, Woo meiang. "HEAT Scrip.--Fanaers desirous...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Linga Links. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Linga Links. At the last meeting of the local branch of the V.F.U., the secretary was instructed to write to the Postal department urging thaz the existing telehooe system to .Murrayville be continued to Piinaroo. All branches along the line are being asked to co operate, and owing to the rapidity with which new branches are being formed, it is possible that some may n?ot recoeive a letter. The request is there all the same.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

D. FULLER. General Carrier. All Gd.,,.- s cct: . my: care Promptly ai Carefully Delivered. 8. BISBE'. PTYi. LIJIlTlD. M!LDURIR. TIIVIBER, IRON -rand- BRICK YAR-I:DS. ALL BUILDING MATER IAL SUPPLIED Ox SHORTE?ST NOTJICE_ State accident Insurance Office. Workers' omrnpensation Act. Franers wounId be Lell ade.ised to in quire before taking oat policies. This office car'es Low Rates. aii Policy Holders par-ci::.'te in t?e Profits. Onyen Agency.--,AIL OFFICE. I J. G-?ATZ, Farrell S~treet, Fruiterer. Greer?. cer, and Aeratru \\ater Manu facturer. Fresh Fruit ~and ~->g":ls Aw-asS --on Baud. Ccol Driuks. Clarendon 1el BALLARAT. Ci.mbined with St. Andrew I' Prebyteriai Giirl-' CIt;" . BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. .Apprved SCill, f,,r (.;,vrcmunent scholars t'rint-ipal: Miss Cruntp; Vie'-Principal: .Aliss Ida Cruump, M.A., (1st class honors.) Minging and Voi-C, Trainin. ~ : Mi. f ron lhe, of the 3L', ourni: Culi-. (pupil of 3 u.?[ nue|?I. Mel ?,:,. ?i?no: Mi.+ ,hlabel Crnrl,:p. I. A., A.T.C. L...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

igtjgeERS, DRZPERS, IRONMONGERS, MERWNT~TS, N SOMSSO iAND MR6HINERIY GIENTS. OBERT =- g& = GILLEESPiB, Opposite Post Office, Tm---- Oke Street, Ouyen. HEAPESsT A AND BESiT - IN A ALL - LNiS. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. DRAPE~R, GEROCR h~?3TAII-~·· L E3R, ETC. ~-ST~. · OU1YEN. Cl llraire of thC~ Snrc l· (':L~r .,~ Vwtor : L for, i'Thi~g Aflli.Iarit-. L OANSS Afti:ANGEI-) FOiL~ e·11; fl dl:l Mn~ch~inory andc Duplliea~tei kept at our i~-iiowrooni·.. IX l'-: [ GTION CORiiD ;A LL INVITE~iD. (I I ~L g~se9~ * 2AL~S iS - LA CLDOW& CON, (ALCCTIONi E .) i:,2:, ·& QEMEAL UC GM3MISSI Ai ET, FL?.RRELL-ST.. OUYE!N. i3I 0aTED IN AfNY ART OF THE STATE. L. KENNEDY, -[ITHl & OKE-ST., OUYEN. ELWaiIuT, _. Stripper Combs a Spe Scalty. BUggy Wheels Tyred To P?r.ection. Guaranteed Noi To Dish. ,7..,:' ..,'- '· ?tft C~ r·~JCU'~ QUYEN SAWMILLS AND BUILDINC SUPPLY TiB~ER YARD. AYTON & HATFIELD, TIMB~ . R ERCHANTS, 2LACKSM.ITHS &a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The War's Toll. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

The War's Toll. That we are really at war is beiog brouht home to us in no uncertain way just .at present. Considering the great number who Ift us to uphold the honor and glory of the naltion, it would' be simply marrellbus if we had no cause to mourn. But there is cause, and it keeps multiplying. Nearly every list gives some names we know, and we want to say right here, that the gaps made must be filled. By the volunteer we are hop ing, but if not by him, then by the conscript. Killed : P?pe. A. Lawler, son of Mr. It. Lawler, cf Ouyen; Pte. A. Mun wo(died of wounds), brother of the Messrs. Munro, of Ouyen North west; PBe. Bryant., son of Mr. Bry anot, Linga; Pie. Peart., son of Mr. Pears, lately manager of the National Bank at Birchip, now of St. KilJa; Pte. Pyers, Miildura. HIEroes whose names are imperishably enrolled on the scroll of fame along with the many others who have gone to an swer for-not their sins, but those who compelled this carnage. Missing: Cor. E. Williams, and e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Local and General. Just a note drawing your atten- tion to the fact that Mr. Thomas, the dentist, has his consulting rooms at Nitschke's now. You may want to see him. This afternoon, on the Ouyen football ground, a patriotic game of football will be played between teams representing Speed and Ou- yen districts respectively. As us- ual, the ladies of the Red Cross So- ciety will take up a collection in aid of their funds. Tonight, at the hall, the footballers make an effort in the shape of a grand ball, dancing starting at 8 sharp, so as to allow the visitors to have a few turns prior to catching the train homewards. This is a good idea, and the attendance should be big. An interesting sight in the street yesterday was a load of wool. This was brought in by Mr. J. H. Hunt, and from crossbred sheep. It goes to Geelong, and the result will be awaited with interest. Mr. Hunt has had remarkable luck with his lambs, marking 102 from 91 ewes. The sheep were purchased from Mr. W. A. Allan, ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

D. FULLER. Gener-al Oarrier~ . -OL t1 i. - All Goods left in mu- care Prt-omptlv and Carefully Delivered. 8. lI81E. YeT Y. 111111181. Mi ILO)URA~I. ALF~ BU~LDINGN MATEi`R IAL SUPPLIED On SHORTEST NOTICE. State Acrcident nsurance Oflice. Workers' Gornpensation Act. Faxnmas would he 11e11 advise to an quire before taking oit tolicies. - This office charges Low Rates, and rolici- Holders participate in the Profits. Onuen ,4gencv.-MAIL OF FICE. J. GREATZ, Farreli Street, OUr- EN Fraiterer. Greegrocer. and Aerated Water Manu facturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always -on Hand. Cool Diinks. (larendon IolleQj, BALLARAT. Combined with Sr. Anldrew'. jPxeCbvterian G~irlsi' Colleget. BOARDING ANI) DAY SCHOOL. Approved School for Government scholars Principal: jliwoi rnmp: Vice-Principal: Mtis Ida Crunpoj, M.A., (1st cala- hlonors-) £iingig and loice Training: Miss I)rnn bet, of the Melbourne Coos. (pupil of MZradame -\lebyi. &'iawo: Misa- .iael Cr poa. 32.A., A.T.C. L., Mr. Lawrence R...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

SpeeERS, DRI~APERS, SIRONMONG;ERS, M~EieREHANi A1ND~ @ HSSI iD 2Y iGENTS. Opposite Post Olffce, Oke Street, Ouyen; HAPEST =AND BEST IN = ALL =LINS. AGENTS FPR ALL THE LEAiDING MAKERE s OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. 3DIAPER. GROCER IROfNMONGER BOOT RETALLER, ETC. OWE-S.. -OUYEN. LU. D. GIbbESPLE, PRODCE MECHANbT. JHATBUER& GE E A AGENT OKE-ST.,_OUYEN. jtFiIC'Iz ASSIGNEE. Cezmmis4oner of the Supreme ('ourt of Victoria ior takng tliduvii6. LOANS ARRANGED FOR. A fmd steck of all Machinery and Duplicates kept at our showrooms. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INYITED. ELLISON BROS., TAI1LORS KND OUJTIITTERS, ROWE=ST., eODYEN. 821LL AND INSPECT OUR N4EW STOeK. (AjC'TIONREER.) LAND, STOCK, & CENERAL 8i3l SSM AWGEITJ FARRELL-ST.. OUYEN. SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. L. KENNEDY, _LACKSMITH & OKE-ST., OUYEN. WHEELWHIGHT, Stripper Combs a Spe . ealty. SAven Buggy Wheels Tyred To Perfection. Guaranteed Not To Dish. c Iiil A I!.CTCO~ ~ cc !G'P O3UYEN SAWMRLJS AND~ BUR...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. AIRS. PERKINS and IFamil- desire to tender Jheir heartfelt Thanks. to their manv -itends for their kind expressions of s-mnathy in their recent sad bereave mier.t, to the Ouven Rifle Club, and es pecialry to the Doctors, Nurses, and Staff of the Glenrov Militar- Hospital for their ktnd attention to their loved one and to thaemselves in their hour of deep. est so'--ow. Prinfed and published by Ray S. Ritche, trading as Ritchie & Son, at the Ouven M~u. ofEce, Oke-street, Ouven. in the! Sttte of Vieteria. Telephone No. 3. w EDNEs., SEP. 20, 1916.;

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

Lascelles LtJVIITED. WOri. AND) GRAIN SFloUKi ANTD STATT7N A',uENTS.' CEELONG AND MELBOURNE, BH~ve a~ene an -1gencv at H(PETOUN. A2uctkn·.eer; M~n. J. FEona-~ CARTING! g, 3. J. NANE1RROW Is f~h-p.3 repa to undtrtdke Wv1ood and ot Ler carting probuptli, atnd at reasonable rates. ADDRE1iF : " Fairy Dell," Onyeni. THlE OUIYEN BAXiERY. Is being continued by the undersigned As always. none but the best of flour is used in turning out THE BEST OF BREAD. [Picnics, Weddings, Birthday Parties, Balls ajid dances cat ered for on the shortest notice, -and at MIODERATE PRICES. Mrs A. AValentine, THE OUYEN BAKERY. GRACE -AND-. SCOTT FARRELL-ST., OUYEN. None but the best quality of Beef, Pork and Mutton sold. Corned Beef is a spccizty. SmaiL Goods of Prime Quality. Families waited on Daily. Our reputation is the guarantee of satifaction COMMISSIiON AGE(NT, 1W FITZGER~ALD, ROWE-ST . N 11i;LheNt Pricec Obtaiued F..r WHiEAT SCRIP (3 m tl~Tfi)GcATES. Agent for Ronaldaon & T'ipptt'b Oil En gine...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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[?] Caledonian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

03ledonian Society. ,al maeting of the coun ve Seciety on Thursday WiV. Oke presided in .li!s t secretyry reported absence of the secretary, i MJelbourne on business, einto the details of the ifor e of the gatherin' gonultaon ~~with the Chief Vreinber5 of the council, ar at it run from Murrayville. ougbt the ,Vanaroo people are been catered for, but in the proaimitY of the show at tre, end the fact that no re been received as to probable he considered Murraycille eh risk. The train will motion of Chieftains Steele is, the assistant secretary's as endorsed. endence included a letter Goeernor General, Sir Ro sto.Ferguson, accepting the et patron to the society. iettish Union notified the ie en of the society, and urged etmeot of a delegate to the eonference which takes place g today. It was not conve orayone to attend, the letter aived. derable satisfaction was ex at the receipt of a letter from a 3PLeunan agreeing to act for the dancing and piping thering on October 11. entertainment...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

aTUE PU1E B111 tLYIWSDALE BOLD MACOREGOR, ,-t.id M11n ;regor : s1. N7.. C.S ILj, is &a iloy enit. rle.1 1913i:3i. N :'. r, icl, Iaroni Iolil , ( Z i .11., arid N- i 7 1 . 511.). was got iS Zeotlano and fsaled iin 1tioria, :u.ril, 1Th4u. Iei gainted ft and chamuon pinn iin Clh i. tchurch afin. Dunn'chn in 1)T T, .2. 1. 14. and 15 lie also w-n :t lune-dijte Clyaleslale Honse Socitty' clup riio, :nil the O t:".c 4Jhilleni i up t wiChl ho ias he;Ite all the imported oursr in New Zealand, an. i the srhe ot the firs nit lnd .hdmpion mare :nt the A.:ckiand Exl~hidoito, 191:-, also uf -Garoot SIandy (12S, N 7_F S.B.), who won loth the challerge eupii at tinnedini in 1.913. and is the ehampron colonial-bred stallion in New Ze.. l..ran. Grannsire, 3aron's Pride (9,122. C.s Ii.I. won nrimer -vus prize. as a younngster. and in 18S)4 was -trst and ciampi·n ,ele exhil ited it A erdeen; ie also won tirst ..t Ghlsgow in 1894 and 9o Ihe vwon thi Kirendbhri'ht wouthe I'diiix X'. ithe r i.tn p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

er~dl lLe iment~.4Every family Irot vide with Chamberlain's at all timjes. Sprains may he in mutch les timne when promptly L-00 back, lame shoulder, pains ile a:nd chelrst and rhlenumatic pa~ins '.f ith 'ietse., for which it is es *t'lJe0 (Ornce you try Chamher Voyo will never wish to he h. Soll by all storekeepers. Croupy Children.-Children who take coldI easily are usnally sabject to eroup. The first symptons is a peculiar hoarseness easily recognised when once he rd. If Chamberlain's Cough Remnedy is frequen tly given frimn the time the cronpy congh appears all tendency towards croup will disappear and aHl danger he avoided. hvea after the attack haIs developed Chamber lain's Cough Remedy will give qnick relief and dispel the attack. Sold by all store keepers. SHOOTCntting: From 400to500 acres reqiired to be done promptly. Ap ply MAIL office. S EVERAL secondhand strippers for sale. Apply J. P. Britt, Onyen. SINGER Sewirig Machine, Iatestdnrw ers~etc. Cost £14 10/, will sacri fice...

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Victorian Farmers' Union. OUYEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

Victorian Farmers' Union. OUYE1 B~ANCH. There was a splendid attendance at the usual meeting of the above branch on Saturday, Mr. H W. Pickering presiding. There was a mass of correspon dence, b!tt it was mostly of a formai nature. Linga branch asked co-operation I in endeavoring to have the teleohone system extended from Murravville to Pinnaro3, and this was promptly granted. The Railway Commissioners, in reply, stated inquiries were being made as to the cost of a passenger platform at Kia, and if this was con structed, there would be no difficulty regarding the landing of mails.-This is a step forward at anyrate. Mr. J. Gray, M.L.A., said he did not think xt any use presenting the request to wipe ott the Mildura-Yelta railway rate, as there were several such trusts in existence, and the law was fairly ancient. This reply did not satisfy members, and further rep resentations will be made at the pro per time. The Minister for Water Supply stated that representations- had been made t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

UudEr the Patronagc 4f the Sir Ronald irhnr-o 'Fe, -uo'rso GovZL)rLor- Gcuendc 1 (.. C. Ml. G. OCOND GRAN'~ iiAiC illi~ Be e n eG y n aeo eo Membi r's Ticket, admitting member, wife and family up to 16 years of age, 5s. Admission to Grou:'n CH{IEI~.. L~ .. Mqne: ClHIEVI'A!NS. Messrs. W 8teele, G. Horris, and W. Okc; *COUN(I..Messrs. W J iar; 4i. G.cw n, II. Smnidh, .. MPLcan. N. lIlachie. XV. A. iRitchie, WX. Gillespie. .Jas 3MLean. and L.MALean :Ture Mir. W. I . .M hchell: Audite rs, XMesrs. Dav in and G~illespie. !RAN 1'ROCK<MSION, headed In' the Pipe [land. starting from the intersection o'f ['arrell and Mlitchcl!-sts. a: to an p APROG A)VI - I~c~----·PIPING. (OPEN.)-·- ~ PIBi- CCIL First, /5 (gift of Mr. R. A. Caldow) ; Second, £2; Third, 20s. (gifts of Mr. (.. i Brown)). Entry 4s. 3fA I i-1 ES. First, £2 ; Second,.£l (gift of Mr. G. F. ILindsay) ; Third, lOs. Entry 2 to. STh A1 HPEYS and REELS. First, (2; Second, £1; Third, 1s. Entry 2/6. LOCAL (withiix a radius of 1...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The War's Toll. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 September 1916

The War's Toll. Still the roll of casualties grows, and still the cry is to fill the gaps. That friend of yours who so, happily went into camp a few months ago, so proud to feel that he was acting the man's part, is laid aside. Maybe he is buried in the blood soaked soil of France, or perhaps lying in the hos pital, wounded, bdt happy because he answered the call. flow do you feel now?. You've had a good spell, and there's a job waiitin". This week has been a sad one for the household of Mr. R. Lawler. In our last issue we sorrowfully enough announced that Pee. A. Ltwler had fulfilled the hero's destiny, and yes terday a cable was received ti ta brother, Pte. T. L-wler had also eos wered the final call. It is hard, but what a glorious reflection for the fu ture when the question is .-sked. Two other deaths were Pte. R. J. Outen, of Underbool (killed) and Pte. M'Colley, Carwarp (died of wounds). May the relatives ne sustained by the thope of imperishable memory. Reported as missing i...

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