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Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

Orange Blossoms.: On Monday, 9th August, there vas celebrated at the Ouyen R.C. Church, a very pretty. ceremony, ini which the principal parties concernet were Daniel Thomas, eldest son 6f Mr. and Mrs. Guiney, of Tongal, and Geraldina Masdeline, younges~ daugh ter of Mrs. E. M'Mahon. Gaiah. The Rev. Father Kelly, parish prihst, performed the ceremony of making the two one, and Mr. Gregory Guin ey was there to see that the bride groom got through alright. Mr. F. fM?ahon gave the .bride away, apnd acted as if he rather would no~. The bride's dress was of white sitk over net witih the customary wreath and veil. The popular innovation of a prayer book instead of a boaqnue in the bansd, was carried. out i'he bridesmaid, Miss Hilrla M'Maho: (sister of the bride) wore white silk, with white rueked silk hat to match. After the ceremony, a party of rei.t ives and a few friends sat down to a splendid repast provided by hostess Valentine, and the usual toasts were honored. Father Kelly preside...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

K / I Une teParcreof1? 3, Ronald Mnn;nro Feragzsoir.:"i::: ·i· :i Go. ur noiIr- GcK.cr l . C.M Ji! Be - ,'a on ti-ne On n ?ona -n : ' ? 3U - -, .,r's Ticket. adtuittingtmember, wife and fanily up to I years of age, 5s. Admission to Ground is. ilEV, Mr. I.. M*qtae; CHEFPI?INS. Messrs. 1v. Steele, G. Harris, and W\. Oke; COU"TIL, Messrs. W. .1 Paie, t. i;rex.n, Ii. .nith, ,. .11 Lean, K. i lackie. W. A. Ritchie, W. Gillespie. .Is 3M'Lean, and L. M'Lean ; Treazm-er. i, r. W. 1). Mitchell 3udit rs, Messrs. Davie and t.illespi-. J p DG-le , SVlXe. tiohn S. mti'ennan, Ban ,- i.nii. h a , \.?|) p lO~l': filO N , eaded r the ipe B n ,s ati n, fr omti t r e t.o f F r et a d ? ;t b? I s s t t m h -o PI-PING . (OPEN.) BROCH. First, /5 (gift of Mir. R. A. Ca!dow) , Second, £2; Third, 20s. (gifts of Mr. G. iD. Brown). - Entry 4s. LRC'HES. First, ,2; Second, £1 (gift of Mr. G. F. Lindsay) ; Third, 10s. Entry 2,6. RATHSPEYS anas REELS. First, £2; Second, £1; Third, 10sl Entry 2/a. LOCAL (within a ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

Overseas Tobacco Fund.. Three postcards were rceived at this office from France this week. Each breathed thanks, and one, signed by E. C; Keens and H. A. Graham added" If you could: see how muob we appreciate this gift, you would feet amply repaid for your trouble." That's worth a bob at any time. Got one handy? To the above fund we have to ack nowledge the following donations :- Amount pieviously acknowldged: ek13[ i 06 A iBob (weeky~)·[making 16,1] 1 0

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

e -.j . TO STAN Hl A ON AT T11E PU RE 3:.20 < 0 0KeDA E :sTALLIONs . BOLD 1ACLIVGEOR., Bold 3MacGregor (78i1, N.Z. C.S.I.), is a bay colt. foaled 1i13 in N:Z. Sirs,; Baron Bold (40, N.Z. C S. ., and 723, N Z.. 15.), was got in Scotland and foalel in Virtoria, tpril, 1904. liHe gained first and champion prizes in Christchireh and Dunedtin in 1311, 12, 13, 14. andil 5; he also won at Dunedin the Clydesdal9e Horse Society' cup once, and tile Otago Challen,_e cup twich ; he has beaten all the imported hoursr in New Zealand, and is tile Lire of the first intd champion mare at the Auckland Exhibition, !9tO, also of Baron 8andy (12S, N.Z.C.S.B.), who worn both the clhnienge clups iat Dnnelin in 1913, and is thle chamnpion colonial-bred stallion in New Ze landt. Grannnsire, Baron's Pride (9,122, C.S.E.) won nluter oUs prizes as a youlngster, and in 1894 was first and champion rualenethit ited ae Ab erdeen; he also won lirst at Glasgow.; in 1894 andi 95 lie won the Kircudbright Di...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

A Valuable Liuiment.-Every family should be provided with Chamberlainus Pain Balm at ail times. Sprains may be relieved in much less time wheis promptly treated. Lame back, lame shoulder, pains in the side and chest and rheumatic pains are some of the diseases for wihicls it is es pecially valnable. Once you try Chamber lain's k'ain Balmr yo will never wish tuobe without it. .Sold by all storekeepers. An Unnecessary Expen'e.-There fis no expense which is sech a drain *i sucees sive doctors lbills Expenses of this kind cin he avoiled ly a little forethouWht. Ail inent sinellha5 crainp, colic and duirirhnea ciin Ibe proniptly relieved by Chli mberlain's C"lic anal Diarrhoea ItRemedy. The doc tor Its often lieen called taa treit these ail rxients whnein n'onjide of ato'es ii Citamber lain'p Colic and l)iarrhoea. Uenaeaey wvaiall tlHt wl neel.. It. hi eern'mlyc to keep Cluhniberlain's Colic anal Diarrhoea Ite imedy in the house. It will saie expense and sufferibg. :sold by all storekeep...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

GJ3NERAL CARZIEIR, WO.)D asD \i~hIER CARTED PjPOMPITLY At ·LO~Li3St &. iPiOlY. PlY. LiUhTfU; T il~i~iEGP1 , HR3>ON AL;L B(J~ILD)ING MAI~SR-~f JAL; SUYPPLIED, On SHIORETESjT NiOTICE:..·`! State Act-?eit insurance - O?tice. Workersi Gom'npes~ation Ret . 7 Far rs r: ouM be Wi1 aellai d to in quire before rak:ipg our poicies. T·his oC3s charges Low Ratebs, and i Policy Holders particip'iie in the Profi?s. Ou'-en Agency.---IIL OFFICE J=. R AT Z, Farrell Street, OUYEN. rruiterer, Greoengrocer, antid Aerated Waer :itaIun facturer! Fresh Fruit acd V~egetables Always --on Eind.--- : Cool Drinks.. ~1rendon .Q~o1epE, BA~LCARRAT Cornhined i ritlil 't. Ardrew\s PrePhyteriaul B(JA:I)INGU AND) 1)AY SC!IOOL, ullr~.I~irc.I i~~r -'iin vru~ltnt 'cluul:rrs PuIZi'~ ![.;r : i-;- Ci i.!npl X ~ire-I irurcipal -c~;,r Mu l:u tutu -i' t.* . 14t~ *ii's Iuuonor-P I~~. ~r. L W~reit- Ru fill:utu~l ut(Du:lltruiu~ -·- o~f Irip -ut- 4 uuru ) -· Vie,iuiu r (.i.u C1ue Mui~ t~en(ueclu Phu. -iu: L ifr:i ~i at...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

gR6EeRS, DRAPERS, IRONM IENGNET, SREmAT, AND C MI~iSSIeN 3ND MiAGHINERY AGENTS. cAROBERT & = G!LLESPIE,A Opposite Post OF'ice, Oke Street, Ouyen,: nAHESWsT T AND BEST X IN N ALLNLINS. AGENTS FOR ALL T]HE .LEADING M.AKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND AfbCHLINE:RY. DRAPER, ROCER, IRONMiOiGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. ROWE-ST., OUYEN. IL. ao OIhhb SPIN, WHAT BUYER GENERA.I AGENT OKE-ST., OUYEN. IICIAL ASSIGNEE. Commuissioner of the Supreme Court of Viectori: for " taking Affidavits. LOANS ARRAN-GED FOR. A fel stock of all Machinery and Duplicates kept at our shewrooms. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. ELLISON BROS., TAILORS AND OIUTJ7ITTERS, R~WBE=ST., eU~UEN. !LL AND iNSPEET ~U~R NEW" STOCK. _? ~(A U CT'ONKIJM L.) , UlAB, STUDK, & GENRAL COMISUSIN AL4ENT, FA .RELL-ST.. OUYEN. ALES C1DUGTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. L. KENNSEDYT, ILACKJSMITH & OKE-ST., OUYEN. IEELWRIGHT T, Stripper Combs a Spe cialty. en Buggy Wheels Tyzed To Perfection. Guaranteed Not To Dish. 1I ife ~ E~ * ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Caledonian Society. GATHERIN NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

Ouyen Caledonian Society. GATIERIN' - NEXT WEDNES DAY. MaJltters in connection with the big gatherin' of the.Ouyen Caledonian Society on Wednesday newt are very forward. The oonnil of the Society has gone to workvery systematically to ensure the comfora and consequent enj'ymutu of everyo,.e who attends, while the promise of keen competi-. tion for practically every item on the program is such as to maike 'fort a brisk time for spectator: and officials alike. The prooession, headed"' byl the Scottish and Australian national flags, with the pipe band following, will start from the corner of Mitchell and Farrell streets at 10 a.m. The route is along Farrell, Rowe, Hunt, znd Oke streets, to the railway eros s:ig, where conveyandes will be wai ting to convey competitors to the ground. So soon as as the proce; sionists arrive, theo sports will start right off with the K~lties: race, and from thence on to 6 o'clock, there will not be a slack moment. The prograi danor so 'widely distributed...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and [?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

.Loocal 4!0 iUrnderbool hrane Union has de~idt money order oil~ch the Commonwea;lth :established at thL" ward moves like th seriousness, of t he We have recot tl for the first yLeV i State Accident This shows the in £10,964J, and the ot which the i stop.s all argarxae trolled afiairs. reaped the beneti and there is set amogw them, no3 a bonus' IHIe get elsewhere, to renew that ~i'y, give C where tbe lochl also inter.est; co that a propopoot goes to the.loc l ' l1esdJay veek, :. h li.?, -ow y<e puic- the o: )miss g great Inprove e , ar?s .ga~ heriug, both as n o.v an I management, bjjth is to be 'run by the The speoialI.train. leaves S..,., the £ ares being hol ;Y;'' t, ,, Scr,* ;iuipon's" letter cannot ' a'',' ultless he agrees -to his e: s "i lT- rhe Comtinonwealth y'*- bt stigncit oi th?s-etvey ;twin~tc to he cooscripione musL be signed with the name Our Ystpool correspondent states prior to the recent bounteous Ithe crops in that district Sear mg ' a rather tired look....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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County Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 October 1916

county court. The sitting of the above court on Wednesday Wsa ~preeided over. by JuGle Winnec~ke. Five ,cases Vere isted, and it t ok untdill well aifter 6 p.m. beLore the final decision was givin. - iCe3THE ABOUTr. ROLLrR WV J. Dikson tSued L M'KR:y for S 5/' cos. of _hie and repairs to a m.tiee roller, Mr. Don ippeared for plaintitf, ind Mr. Walter for M'KIy. The d-.fencu was no contract; and if a cotiract, then thle wron' pLrty was sued, the son claiming to be acting for the~ rfther. The parties are-res idents of the Tempy district. .Evidence was given by plaintiff as i?? to the hire of tha .roller by defend ant, and also as to the cost of the-re pairs after iti hai ibben so used; fur ther that M'Kay sen. had siated; they would repair the roller. DI)onald Cameron and W. Battersby gave corrobo'ative evidence. IVan M'Kay, defendant, admitted rthe hire, but said portious of the roll er were broken before he took deliv ery; ahd OCharles Walters said ~a ud ceon of thi roller was broke...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

TO STANi I" Hi:, S: -ON AT THE PU. BElrD ? L" i)D-ELDA E .'TIALi.loN' IBoid M~cGregor (7S1, N.Z. C.S.B.), is a ha erolt, foaled I91I: in N.Z. Sir-. Troin lnitd (40), N.Z C S..,; "rnd 72:3, - Z. .- .), :was got in Scotlannd and woaled in Vic-t,:i., --pril, 1904. HeI gained lirst tind championti prizest in Christtchnrch nud itunedini in 19ll, 12, 13 14. and 15; ie alsot won :t h)un-din tie Ulydesdiale Iforse Society ',tip once, .tnd tlhe Otiag Challene ecin twichi : hi hta ,ben ail the inlmorteil h?irsrs in New Zealtnd, and is the -ire of t!,e first and i.hlampion hare at the kneklanid! Exhlibition. 1:A1, :Liso :f atrorn.tSandy (1S, N.Z.'.8. I.), wh- won both the chaillnge cu'i.- at iiinedin in 1913, ant is tie elhampion roloniii-,ired s:tal!ion in Ntw Zealandi. Gmusire, Il-iron's Pride (. "122, 1.5 Il.), won numer ous prizes ai a \ti-oulg.ter, andI in 1894 was first indtl ch nmpin n nale exil ited u t At - irdeen ; t:e JIl: w0ii Lirst ti tF,, -goV ; in 181194 eand 95 i: on the Kircud...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

L OST, Reject Pendant (croLs), owner's name on back. Finder please re turn to this office. ANTED to lease, or on shares, by V; practicil farmer, farm in this portion of the Malle--Ouyenv or on MJir rayville line. Z'articnlars to LAIL of fice. Prompt reply requested. W ANTED.-Contractor with plant1 to clean and bag about 670 acres of crop near Speed, labor only. Apply V. Rodier, 327 Collins-st., Melb. TRAYED into my paddock, chestnut Pony Maire, lrnndedl WI nearshonl er. Owner can have same on payment of expenses to G. M. Logan. Nyang. -OUND.--Whip. O:vwner caln have rsame-by paying for this advt. M?IAr. office. TOR Sale.- Shearer Stripper, 5 ft., first class order, done four seasons, £30; also Rawling winnower £5. Apply Wm. Cr-igen, Tempy. 0UYEN RIFLE CLUB. Handicap Shoot, Saturday next, 14th inst., 14 shots at 600 yasds for Mr. Ben. Oke's trophy. WV. JOHNSON, Captain. 0 UEN DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Thie AunnaL Meeting of Subscribers and th'e General Public will Ibe "held at the LPublic H...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Serious Matter. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

A Serious Matter. "lallee Farmer" writes us on a big matter:-Dear Sir,--In tratvelling iabout the country one cannot help woodering if the Whe'at Commission Inspectors ever inspect the stacks at ountry ralivay stations. If o are tiey taking any Betioun with regard to b:idly built .and uuprotected stacks? 'ITke the Linga station for instance; 'here is pear. of a stack there whicth has been exposed to :a! the late rains, aid a!tbough thiere is pleity of timber about uhe stbck, no azeunpt whatever has been imade to pro?ees it.. * In Eie same yard is ar,other st.ck that has been covered, but in such a manner that the whole of this ,winter's rain has run into'tche stack, causing the bags to burst; the end has now falien out, and the stench from rotten wheit is anything but pleasan; . Surely Mr. Editor, if the Inspectors visit this district, thiey should have tihe power to rectify'thissort of bhsiness. Even if the agent has to make good any shortage in weight, the farmer is still the lose...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Paignie Points. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

P*aignie Points. The a:nniversary services of Paig nie Sunday school were held on Sun div, Ist inst, when there were large gartherings to both afternoon and ev .ening services. The preachers were Rev. Wesrne and Mr. Vines respec: ively, and the scholars gave a good accoun~t of themselves in the special hymrs in~ider:t:! On the Monday evening : lost enjohiyable concert was givn by th'i schi.h-ns iand their friends to .!*I re. ni au'ppecitive audien:e. F7oliowitug wa-s tne proram:- Open iiig bymn, Onward Christian Soldiers, by the audience; overture, Miss Bell; chorus, Littl.e Pil'rim, children; song, Miss Daisy Bell; recittion, A Queer Liole, Ma;ster H-erbert Hoiles: sin,, Miss Turner; recitiation, The Way of a Boy, Miss Winnie Vines; reci;tation, Tne Christian Soldier, boys; chorus, Children of Empire, scholars; dialogui-, schoIlaTrs;. recitation, Miss Glen; Buiiding a Lighthouse, boys; song, Mr. Vines; .eeiation, .Miss Lily Bell. The NŽational Anthem was sung with vim, and everyone...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boorongie Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

Boorcngie Bits. The Education Department has decided to reopen the Boorongie school and work it in conjunction with Boorongie North as half time s.chools. Parents are asked to send children mlong, when the feacher ar.rives and help by a reasonable att eneance to keep both schools open. It has been a sore point for some time that our children have had t. go uneducated while the department have been increaserrI educational facilities in the cities.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Postal Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

SPostal Imprcvements. While not so sudcessful as we might wish, the deputation which waited on the Postmaster-General last week regarding the Ouyso post office got some satisfaction. It is the rule of Ithe department not to spend money while the war is on, and really no one can logically object to that, but the P.M.G; admitted that the office needs improvement, so a new -mail room is to be built. This will make things a lot more comfortable for everyone, and as telephonic work is also to be made more uniform ahroughout the district, we cannot complain. The next urgent need is an additional assistant so that the lunch hour closing may be dispensed with, and later, we hope the Wed nesday -afternoon .closing will, be abolished. . We are thankful for1 small meroies' these' times. It 'is pleasing to learn that. the movement by Linga 'branch of the Victorian Farmers' Unio" to' have Pioneroo linked up with the Quyen Murrayville telephone has had such a prompt response. The poles are now be...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Water Supp[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

Ouyen Wate Sup As the recent, r t:. of water in the Ouyen somet?hin over 20 fete, s. this journal wrote to :h1e c;i the S.R. and W.S. Coma-ij giog ebuth the reti,'u|lttion a" pruceeried w.it .' . e - wnter .avalable is empl deuaniis likely t, be ni many manhs toi coLme oir. nactl (as representing the C , . we presume). bowee "o, a ,, nervou :s ao to conti a us sup the letter below Rhow, a, wt nerfoce, waih until th chi necion is sure. I; i. who have centrol of tie si not be brought to see i: in th light as those affected, becu,:" prompt measures would ht ; ensure the sure channel conHi If the farmers will not take on able work, contractors should b. ;t chance. The water has brought here, and the longer it layed the ionger the residents suffer. With the present su cbontracator with a decent plant, ensure the channel being linke?li armple time before a shortage t ens. Here is Mr. Cattanach's repl "I am in receipt of your far 2nd inst. for which I thank you ma:rer of reticufating Ouyen...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Returned Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

T'he Returned Soldier. Cne of the fuu?tions of the State VWar Council is to see that emhploy ment is found for the returned soldier, and at this juncture.the Council de sires to bring promineutly under the notice of employers his claim for em ployment. The ouesetion is one that needs rntly to be realised to be fully undersrcod. E tvery week some of ou.r uallant l~,is u-e rethnrini, and the problenm of tinrdig thAnm employ ment is fait becoming acute. To meet the detirend, ermployers are ur_?ed. by the Council to consider-their clraims fully,; an:rod to act in such a: mantler ivheln m;niAkinrg appointments tortheir stalfh that the returned sol dier will not only have preference, but wIll be xive,. full opportunity to regain his ol ablity'at his bench in the workroom, or whatever branch of trade or industry he may he placed. A ion, period of militaryv training will unidouhtedly haer partialiy unhlited the soldier for his work, and it will consequ'ently take him some time to :gouin "et...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen District State Sch[?] Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

Ouyen District State Sch Bazaar. Belbw. we publish the h? sheet of the recrnt bhaz ar, et connection with the State Sch Patriobic Fuund. There can h other feeling but wonderment~ a restilt; jliffu~-Infr dlictanic coid. there must be self denil to a eitent to make such a handsorme available for patriotic purposes. would be impossible to fitringly scribe the work of the various mitte~es and the offiiEls thereo it was runceasing from the iccep of the district movement, and onlv reward is the result. To various competitors for the pos! of Quen a' mentiou is also due, f the total receipts, £417 10/4, competition returned £171 7/'3 gathered by hard and persistent The balance sheet is signed by J. E. Tilley as hon. see., and 311 E. Don, auditor. GENERAL BALLNCE SHEfDT. Receipts, Queen competition £171 Ouyen stall takings 72 11 SOuyeoN-W. ditto 41 15 Naunga. ,, 19 2 Tiegl- ,, 376 Boulka ,, 33 5 Refreshments 6 2 Dip . 1. 19 SDoor money . 35 0 £ Total £,17 10 Expendiure. Goods account.- Ben O...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

Ppui3..IC NOTICE.. IIRST CLASS OATEn, WHEATEN O8 MIXED CHAFF, SOR SALE IN ANY QUANTITY ALWAYS AVAILABLE. G- F. MANN, ScARIRI- & CHAFF DEALER, MIlT, CONTRACTOR, P-O., Pinnaroo, S.A. I30OTS! BOOTS! Our New Consign ment of BOO1S is to hand, 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. Gbildren's and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES. BEN. OKE, O E-ST., OUYEN. T.... PU. ANDREWS' TOVES # - IEDUCE OUR FUEL BI LL NE1N?'lt.FC5T YOU } ILLUSTRA.TED CATX ?:?iyu_? ?-- ' 7I[?L A d CAMDREWS' - STEOMCVES :AOC'XURC--.. : h l.L ,_ 'C AfUE FE.'s$ ~ RTAT~E C.1D~J GEELOMC.V1~ ~9 - ij·~3k OUYEN HOTEL ----ou@ EN. G. D. BROWN, Proprietor. ACCOMOi: DATION T'ItE BEST. CUISINE PERFECT. THIS House is under entirely New Man agemeut. and the Proprietor wit see that you have every Ctomfort and the Best of A--- ttentiuon. Only the Iieit lIrands Of WIW-ES, SOFT DRINKS, CORDIALS, AND CIGARS STOCKED. SGood Stabling. A...

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