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The Returned Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

'The Returned Soldier. Since the lir.-t units .f ,or m:atthoi were b:trvtii tg;tiher inito :rjmps., tr:,.int as far as pcs l.e ;-. solhhiers-,:niti st-t ;tay to "The hi'nr;ing :-ands of Eg.y pt" to conip,et.e the tr;i:i::sg" which lin.dly eir,able:i them to prove the--,mselves the linet -oidiers in the vorld, we ha:ve feied and cheered each de partin battalion. Fromu thel c.untry towi, lhin, whic.h sent its two or three, to the towns and citiis, which sent their hun dreds and thousands, all have received the praise ;f those who stayed at home. Now tntey are cuting back, only a few at a tl e, but is sr.fiieeitly targe inuin:bxers for us t1 realise the Returned Soldier rmust be provvidd,-. for. Daily they are being dis ctlharged, and as they are beingr discharged tie de-nand for work for them is increa sigx: 1e sent them away with :t flourish fr Lr:.;.', let its welcnime theus Itaek w ? thne Ltue sp:rit, and give them what -ey :sk. 1t is niot mnich they xask for, all th-ey ,-e- is ert...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpe-up Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

Eas pesup Shire Council. At the. usual meeting of the above body, held at the shire office, Ouyen, on Friday and Saturday last, there were present Crs. Hecbt (president.), Farrell; Manning, Mossop and Pick ering. CORRESPONDExCE. The Country Roads Board notified that, mounts were available for the upkeep of main roads in the shire, but, as no Country Roads work has hbeen carried out in the =hire. it w\as decided to inform the Board thatt the am1ounts are not required at present. Panitya brauch of the V.P. ..' as r 'resern' di by 14 mrn~mers. aske' h.:.ý .e .L 0t . road 4" No a \ :'t to ohe Sth e tboundary be put in der, and she Clerk of Works will in-, spect and call tenders for the neces sary works. Some time ago a strip was cut off .Toh? ?\:ltance· blo(k et CNoat,-'.± f :i-. ii.i h ýe _: .,s:,oeu. -,rt ,rl - f.,r S::..: ' :1 .k. A.?- - ,o:?nr cil had , . ,::? , the writer wili-be advised to communi cat. with the Lands department, antd the Clerk of Works will inspect and report on t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Exemption Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

Ouyen Exemption Court. There was'k i'rowded attendance at the Ouyeu c&eurt house tit Monday week, when claimants, for iximp ion trom nili tary service x.re ca:Ld _to trzrte their side of the qi[ o-ui. d:r. . W. ;Greene pry sided, andd Lient. B- it. Beers conducted affairs Yor the' military authorities.. Thle firs atippel!ant was' Laurrence C. Brooks, wiio said he was the only available son over ge. i'here are sx sons, and the other une of military age it now serving in' the, raemks His father had been under the doctor for tie pact 12 months and was not able to worki There were Eve l irls, foi r being at ihme. ie.iused. SLaurence L. Cloonain said he was the sole suppoit of his widowed mother. There were cix ?ons., and so far as he knew, two had eniisted n ,e was nmarri-d. le did not think his br?thers could help their S mother as they i,verefar aw:,ay': his brother St pile'I was t Wat X ,catie, and he couid not say if he was apply.irt for exemption. Another brother w:t.- a co...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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A Busy Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

A Busy Deputation. --------- While in Melbourne recently some of the members of the Walpeup sbire council had a fairly strenuous time. At the meeting on Friday night, Cr. Pickering reported on the _various matters attended to. Firstly they waited on the Post master General, and Mr. S. Samp-. son, M.P., forwarded. a rescript of the shorthand notes, with, a request that they be handed to the- press for public information. As the' report covers six pages of foolscap type written, we do not-propose to give it in full. There is other news to tell. Mr. Sampson introduced the deputa tion, stating they wished to urge the ereation of a post ofic.e-M On n, which is a rising town, and the centre of . large and important dis trict. 'r. Pickering put the c ise ic?art y -ctd at Ieugth, tointing out that the •pr-s?~ buildiut is altogether inaode-' queta. An additional a?siatant w:.s required, and if it was compulsory Po lose for :an hour at: lunch, they wan ted the hour made u;nifort. Mr. Cooper e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

C.rac~ )n Uri-t xneectedly:- I ttrrhoea cones co. ýitnapecrted[y .ndt bef,rr. the piL tileatr r it a. grioniis za-orde r nmay de veh7p. Du .in- the summer .ttaksi. are rety frea cent rnd oi?en 'e re. s?, swift .in; their results that life is in" dnger, belore a phb?tiian can be summoned.. Everyone sh hlnd keep' ' bottle of Chamberlain's Co lie Ant Di;rrhoea Remedy in the home for imemcdiate use in coses ,f. this .knd. : If givenrat the :fi.t nG unur looseness of- the iowels? tbhe ;tta?k' msy- be'avoided. .Sold ks all's trekeepers. : P F. HA YES, .GENERAL. CCARRIER, OUYEN. WOOD. AXi WATElR CARTED PROIP'TLY AT LOWEST RATES. W\AN ED K-NOWN J. BOOTh BRICKLAYER, PLASTERER, Etc. Is preparedi to do any cisa( of brickWork in town ir . trutrr. ;ndl a larg~ :rinaunt oi e--onri hand Bri.ks i.r i;:ird ~dl)ieap All orders to Lbe left ;L he .\M1I. oflice. TIHE Season will cormmence at the Public Hall, Ouvyen, on Saturday next, and continue until further notice on WVcdnesday and Saturday of each w...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

Ouyen Hospital. On Friday nue:t there should. be a big attendance at the Public Hall to discuss the matter of the erection of a public hospital at Ouyen. The subject has been pretty freely dis cussed so far, but a movement in a definite direction is to be plabed be fore those who think it worth while to attend. At the shire council meeting on Friday night, Cr. Pickering brought the matter forward, not in the form of a motion, but merely to make something evident which had not previously been thought of (except, we might say in passing, 'by Mr. T. Tonkin, who made it his business to write the Attorney General, and :got a courteous and satisfying reply). Cr. Pickering said. the suggestion to erect a hospital at Ouyen had, to all appearances, been strodgly supported all along the line, for everyone recog nised the necessity for such an insti tution at a centre like Ouyen. 'It was it big matter to undertake, but he had been looking up: the Local Government Act on the subject and he foun...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

F OR Sale.--Two good secondhand JL Braybrook strippers. Apply T. M'Carthy, Kinnabulla. F"OR Sale.-Secondhand M1'Kay Har .' vester, 5ft., only stripped about 350 acres; also secondhand Braybrook strip per, in good order. Terms can be ar ranged. Worth inspection. A..A. Pev erill, Onyen. LOST.--Eleven horses, amongst them roan mare. 2 yearling draughts, and chestnut pony foal. Reward ; 1 on re turn or information to V. J. Clarke, Ti ega. LOST from Tiega two months ago, Four -Horses, two grey mares, branded R.O. (indistinct) ;' hay gelding, white down face; dark hay mare, no vis ible brands. £1 reward- will be paid on return to J. Ross, Tioga. - OST from Tiega, Kelpie Dog, black, . pricked ears, answer name Don. Finder rewarded on information to P. F. Le Couteur. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. rilENDERS will be received until a. Twelve o'clock on Thursday, the 9th November, for additions to State School 3615 Ouyen. Deposit .£5. Se curity 5 per cent. ... Particulars and conditions may be le...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Flour Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 November 1916

Ouyen Flour Mill. There was a splendid attendance at the meeting called to hear the re- port of Mr. H. W. Pickering on an   inspection he made recently on a sample plant for the proposed pro-     gressive move in establishing a flour mill at Ouyen Mr. W. D: Mitchell presided, and after the preliminary business, Jr. Pickeridg said that while in Melbourne recently, he was offered an opportunity of inspecting a Tat- tersall mill in operation. He min- utely inspected it, and had a long conversation with the miller in charge. This gentlemen had had a life long experience in the old style milling, and was so satisfied with these new dills that should his son return from the war, he intended   erecting one himself in the northern district. The mill put through Go; sacks in three shifts, and it only re quired ' m::n!;n all the tim:', arid a )oyV i;º" ctoe shift. He was iquite satistfied thba with £?1000 they could build the mill (capable o...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Nunga Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Nunga Notes. Swimming arid life saving classes are looked on by most as possiole dnlV in the large centres, or at least where there is plenty of water is pro vided by Nature. [Nature always pro vides the water, but we mostly omit to conserve it, and then shove the blame on to Nature as we did in the already forgotten 1914.-ED. M.] It iS rather refreshing to know that here in the central .Mallee such a class can be successfully .conducted. At the local State school instruction was re cently resumed for the season, and it is hoped that some of the pupils will gain junior swimming certificates at the end of the season. Thanks principally to the efforts of Misses Graie Dunkley and Nell East well in selling bouquets, Nunga State school sept a very fine donation to the Flower Day fund. The display of wild flowers this year was particu larly fine, and those sent to the Town Hall exhibition should rather open the eyes of the dwellers in Melbourne as to what the Mallee really is like even in...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Out For A Time. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

O't For A Time. W'riting from King George Iospi tal, London, to Mr. Miatke, Harry Rabechi (Napoli) says :-- I am as well as it can be expected. In the ac tion at Pozieres that you read about in the papers, I was hit in six places, but the forehead and right eye is the worst. I am writing this with only one eye, the other being bandaged up, as I had to undergo an operation to get a small piece of the shell which had gone in behind the eyeball taken out, and I cannot see too well with it, and I don't know whether it will come right or not. Mly word, I was lucky to get out of it as I am now, as most of my mates were falling to the right and left of me. Poor fellows, I feel sorry for them, but you see, when you are in the thick of it you canoot help anyone, and being dark --that is at night-a fellow does not know what sort of wound they have got, and when one gets wounded him self, of course that settles all argu ment. The morning before I was wounded we took about 700 prisoners, and to...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Const?tipation May Cause Consumptiuon. - anpy a~ case of consamption :has been cau?sel by ceonstipation. The poisons sto red up in the bowrels permeate the blood, weakening the ?system until: the patient falls an easy viccim toRonsumption germs. If your bowels will not act tatuirally assist them by taking Clhamberlin's ablets. A course of Chamberlain's Tablets will re li.ve the most oblstinate cease of constipa ti?n anlJd strenitlzn' the bowels to act na turally withiout azsietance. Sold by all ztorjkeepera. J4asce11e$ EI4IvIITIED. WOOL AND GRAIN BROKERS. SIOCK AND STATION AGENTS, GEELONCG AND MELBOURNE. Have opened an agency at SIFOPETOUN. Auctioneer; MR. J. FORD. CARTING ! .P. J. J. APN@AIeROW Is prepared to undertake Wood and other carting promptly, and at reasonable rates. ADDRESS: " Fairy Dell," Onyen. OUIYEN BAKERY. Is being continued by the undersigned as aways, none but.the best of flour is used in turning out THE BEST OF BREAD. Picnics; Weddings, Birthday Parties, Balls and...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Paignfe Points. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Paignies Points. l r i- r ,.id, under e'xisi-:!g .: StaCC-JJo have oo ei t fL I d i& aure Lo ed:Urd. In th:.i i:n. thiLveSir is up; n us.tr vesters, and reapeirs :,in bmeI which have .been arriving -e the in railway siation by avery wi:: fr iong time prs?r, are d?ag ie?: d'ue the vatious rb;ads u th, :, :, wore r ae for,. A e.:,ra ·-o, :ssumed ; the crop; sbe turnil jur4 they promised to be-strong, free 0[ disea-se, and some very t.l. All ir well headed, and he returns wil pai l'st year's big yieid. Ia d: i:n u ted some tendays ,g.,, n;d :o.; - reaper ;nd bindsr my b: .:,: :' o0 Lher. . pi sure i:: v...k. ?' tO ,he pie:;re, water is pientful, all h= dams bn;:, full . Arid the ran?? i *.d , --.

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Underbool Uttarings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

' Under'ool., U?7tarins. At St. de P?i's Church, A-;:L:,o ,Sopterb.2 .30:h. ,th .B. . L". H Icttr k.5.a l d wa'j I J SnUm r3 i:tii s , : . A P.lC a t h(y ' , i, D a : e i), .. •t-, 'vr.,e rt of t":e young ,.~ - ' - "'~rboooi, Gre -0p1io0.1 w' - Pie Grove; thesiedenui ,- b:i: grbom' a pareiits: Btween 50 ano 60 friends attdnded, arnd a m'sst '"joy Sle timrr ws spenit in OVLs, -J:'' ri;td ingoi64 :qdjeicitktion~s to, thez :;'JM c.uple. I5.was well into those to,uri irnwort;idalised by .Bobbie Burus w,'? n r;e guests re.retfuilly tnrne,' the' thoughts to hbe realitiers of iie ,od wended their way homew·rd. A vely lIotjr.costly apd useful present. were: bestbowed 'o the young couple, not, t?b lea?st oeepteble beinag ever21 ..hques. This letter is the on-0 pre sent of' whichhere is never , fear or too frequent duplication. AltogeQher Mr. and Mr. Summers, Jr., wer t"ar ted in the ne'v life moest auspiJiously. (

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Wheat Pool Management. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

W-heat Pool fIana?a:ment;. -Mr. W. A. Cornel, IM a-ra-ril-e writes:--Sir.--Thl cecssi.y fr ef fectrie con:rol hby :e -acral owrners of ze wh.eat be.imes daily more -p- i parest. f1. i- eithor~n Vtpropose, eri th end ed :tle er:- oo teer t.in how much ".'.+s as ft f t: ".he presen; pool and :: he inds say ont third is ensold h :H credit' f:mesr j es onae-r-hird a .th?.e oki (oresest) _oo, and -.L w-tirds " the new crop. In o-?ct-, words, tihe pres.et:z pool, cfll Sa dr::eced .. e ,ns an, ad;un::s of the nw.':? pt- ,tinde i~rety, t is ha? I f. '=> a u--li: es- ?.:?,izSl;t. Ler hi'.'"* (e·at" up r- . emrer: p o01. 3. 'th int s:i-iest po-.- / t·3: r c, c o~. . , t d.lyi\~. ncr ee-=i;; texcpans, and p ry a ) Ti.at di.idend.? P ~-?" i,-' . e . m 0 Friend o. t:e farmer) i= him neetare dTernitlcy. as re :id a no e'* teh1 to' ' Id or 2 w '." u;.i=!, wal?t t'e mini - e-uzz: fine"al y:dien.: n?:ll be, so- that: i5e flrmt-r ea -i -.::ce. the .curcls "erLiem.-! -.. A ;i Se:rds-n nh farmrers o...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Ouyen Hospitai: . T_2-- was no- a very I-are re :- : r:e advertisemlent conven . l- Dhic meetiog for Fridsy ;:: !,'; " consider the qUestion of , n-- -.?i z#=.is for huildina a pub-: -·' : ::; : Onyen. We have e n S.1 atrt::ptzmg p iing e t E s:: , hS merely merinioo th - . D. Mi:chel oneeIed o :he : d r- t uere wtre n- min-' SM ttarv to 'oo mot' -. R- hechi) had i--f he d:s .... -J .-ne knew wha? hnad he -- :e oaks. S.. Tokin wrote off~erine to do . 1.-.;o r -o push rhe move w, :. - rded a copy of ex o:w.- ': the '- Lacl Governmen-t r, he had received frico the 4:· c- Y G-.nera of th. State . o re fl :'~i !=::er whic hn hhbd forwa-r CJ. ITh - -ecis qu-;ed we~re -. 8 (9pv ;- to make :::e for par'.icuai r e, i.:cu;s , t be nalled "extra rttes". " 69 (-xtr, rate to be made oly oa .equi-izce of not less thLn two.-ets a.t the cun--ilos for ahe tir;f bei-':g of such subdivision); and .55i (c!u3ci. may esbYii Oh, e"tc., et.:ai:.b!e and ocher i s.itutions). T5Iy l-tarr is fo Inrer--iu tha-...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Yellumjip Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

. ellumjip Sports. And so they all are. Nothing in terferes so much with the success of any function so much as a postpone ment, but-the sports of Yellumjip de cided that the interim between the date originally fixed and that on which their gathering was actually held should be used to ensure, if such was possible, a greater success. The resunt justified the anticipation, for socially and financially the commit tee have every reason to congratulate themselves. Finanoially. there will he somewhere in the vicinity of £30, possibly a trlfle more, to divide be tween some patriotic and the local hall funds, a result which speaks for itself, mnre especially when it is re membered that in each of the two preceding weeks a district gathering was held. The site of the sports ga theiring is an ideal one, being in a pretty pine grove where picnic parties had no trouble in making themselves comfortable, and it is a certainty that when another gathering is held, the attendance will far exceed th...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Eirainer Complaint It. Children.--Dr in Ihe simnmer months children are sub jec2t o dirorders of the bowels and shold rreive mnst caref ul attention. As soonas any looseness of the boweld is noticed Ch:i?bier:,ain's Colig and Diarrhoea ie leCdy shoulhi be given. When children are teeti:ing they have more or less liar rhe.. which can be controlled by giving Chawberlain' Colic and Diarrhoea Re mady at once. S?old by all storekeepers. ?inor Ailment.-By "iivilg .thle minor ailments prompt attention the more rerions diseases are, avoided. Chamberl;in's Coungh Remedy is the medicine i ,most general use for coughs, colds, eoanp andi whocping cngh, which ,re the mo.t'comi mon of the minor .aiiments. Chaumbrlail's Congh Rlemedy loosens the cottgh, aide expectoration, and helps restore the systehi to a. healthy condition. Sold by all store kgepera. - P. F. HAYES, GENERAL OAR RIER, OUEYEN. WOOD s Tn WATER; CARTED PRo?PVrLY ATI LOWB$Sf T - RATES. ATTERTION?! . OR .ALE. OEVERAL Good Secondhnhd S...

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The Referendum. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

The posizion reg3:.-dig the Refer enduia is .: stea.-v vain for Yes, bhu thLe margin is S:ill so wide tha. the -No side wotid aippe-Be ta hod the po sii'.on. The lazist v;ila:ib ftutres leave the differacu e it over 70,000 in favor of the rneig:.ive. J. Fra!wlE!y Tem.;py, replies: Sir,-In reply -o yoan corrs.-pon dcnr, C. G. rL=.», wh- I .a:cnnh I n=lp on ifundinit uit:h Kicn Leir, the subject of Shakespeare 's play, for Is tei.srd hira as n.-tvi: . th'i .s:aiie ji4l2u s;oas regardina the ki-ildom--hae wil o:"y learn-wh?\.t -' ,'. ..? te. EI oV wefl b:e mcridy-S.: ; .-.,e pi.at$redU. thee. Oh Kin- :!f i'i:;:hroo. T.ne' : porious abSu: the **Yelio s3reak:" :,re ii'i ,:oire of tCe o i'et of thc= nfo Su:;it. position of Kio:g'Lear. I, re ,a: d r,,) w.',"at bludi:rers wvoul,! f.r i*'e:ir -t.ihes 6f fi.ded virtuae ;-ith a uredi:leo tion for dogsuese pirob;i.iv: , ie-A:ve to your correspond-3ut, *i-» if wo'ull be useless for n.e to d:t:uaS, :t tn:att.er with hint on whieh he is .evidedtit...

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When Is Is A Foal? [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

When Is I5 A Foea? A case of some ineeres' to sto-k breeders occupied the time of the Oyeu pColice cours orn Wadaesdy. .T.Lh question to be decided w.'s wrL-. .he gir rantee in the .ratter of a ho-se sernt3ee eras. Ccrmplainan; wzs W. F- Errp-r, and defendan: W. SUi::-ir--. ir. Park appeared for compl-tinain and defendanz condacted h:i own ea-s e. The ctim was for £3 10', service of a stallion, and t-ne defencd wis nan fsula[iens of con0rec:. The case as santd r by 'Mr. Park was that eomplainanr had giren tnhe service of his stallion to a mire be ionging to defendant onC a guara.ntee that the mare would prove i' ft This proved to be the case, hut de fendane claimed that the resua: was a freak and not a foaA a: ilI. The same ma:e was served again that year, and as the season was a hard oe, the fee was reduced. A cheque had been'received for the first servce and now they were claiming for the second one. Complaiuant was called and cave e-idence beariag out the sta:erent of his counsel...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

" I "7 ---- -r -7 - EYESIGHT! iMR. G. F. TEDGLAND, D.O.A.O.C., Larnook-st., Armadale, Wilt Visit Personaly : Onren, S,.,.,u.,;s y, N. vembr:: - - 4ih (At Yi:c".resbfeiiie t!c-- '-i ALL GtLASSES S GULARANTEED. CO-NSULTATION FREE. PUSL?, 'NOT ICE. FIRST CLASS OATE?, WHEATEN R ML IXED FOR SALE IN ANY. QUANTITY ALWAYS AVAILABLE. G. F. MANN, CARRIER & CHAFF DEALER, MAI L CONTRACTOR, P.O., Piinnaroo, S.A. BOOTS! BO3COTS: Our New Consi.: ment of BOO1n is to hand, ia"d WE INVITE INSPECTION of the foiio,3 ia new lines * MEN'S MILITARY CO3SACKS For the *l.V LADIES' -BAER SHOES, GLAYE DEE' Y S[.OES ADA h ?L)I<LL:.L.L? ChiIdren's and Idfe:ts BOOTS nr:d SEHOES. BEIY. OE71 OKE-,ST., CLTUY!5 ~• . k-. i" 9 ' : ' - L. '? ?--"/- [ts-- "t -/ B .?:$:' :i ; .7" '" ' ' ' ~c cf·=AIW 5~ ~it~;y j ~I ,, ..? ... ..': .: ., . . . • , . , , The Xmi s Mails For Europe -ase ?2fore October 30th. Those desirous oi sending Greetings and Xmas papers to friends in Europe .and Egypt will find sn up-t...

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