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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,711
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,427
5 Rhonda.M 3,096,310
...
1446 derekthewombat 25,024
1447 PEGSArchives 25,012
1448 terri.martin 24,980
1449 AndreaRawlins 24,925
1450 virgoarcher 24,917
1451 Atwork16 24,888

24,925 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 496
August 2019 795
July 2019 2,067
June 2019 2,542
May 2019 1,614
December 2018 730
November 2018 3,263
October 2018 5,390
September 2018 5,706
June 2012 145
April 2012 31
March 2012 18
February 2012 1,209
December 2011 7
November 2011 912

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,509
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,096,297
...
1441 derekthewombat 25,023
1442 PEGSArchives 25,011
1443 terri.martin 24,959
1444 AndreaRawlins 24,925
1445 Atwork16 24,888
1446 B.P.Quirk 24,880

24,925 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 496
August 2019 795
July 2019 2,067
June 2019 2,542
May 2019 1,614
December 2018 730
November 2018 3,263
October 2018 5,390
September 2018 5,706
June 2012 145
April 2012 31
March 2012 18
February 2012 1,209
December 2011 7
November 2011 912

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MR. WINDSOR'S CASE. To the Editor of the Argus. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 19 May 1857 [Issue No.3412] page 5 2019-09-20 18:38 residence of any maglshate. ár'A a f«»rft»*
residence of any magistrate, are a fearful
MR. WINDSOR'S CASE. To the Editor of the Argus. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 19 May 1857 [Issue No.3412] page 5 2019-09-20 18:37 »h'ch has delayed, the magrSl investig»
which has delayed the magisterial investiga-
THE TRUE ROMANCE OF ROOKWOOD. (Article), Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer (Vic. : 1851 - 1856), Monday 28 July 1856 [Issue No.3085] page 4 2019-09-20 18:34 magr-nifieee . A new disturbanre of her
magnificence. A new disturbance of her
Advertising (Advertising), Bell's Life in Victoria and Sporting Chronicle (Melbourne, Vic. : 1857 - 1868), Saturday 20 June 1857 [Issue No.25] page 1 2019-09-17 13:08 AJrHJ/lffiMETTTS, Arc.
TH E A TR E B QYA.L,
???'?'; PUBLIC TESTIMONIAL
MAGrNIFICSNI '.PRESENTATION
[ManRjer of the Theatre ltoyal, Molbourno, and
AMUSEMENTS, &c.
THEATRE ROYAL,
PUBLIC TESTIMONIAL
MAGNIFICENT PRESENTATION
Manager of the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, and
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 16 January 1854 [Issue No.2090] page 8 2019-09-17 13:00 s
" Ware*- J»«««j»rtita*tne»ta.
?de, at Py« and Faloot«i'., 41 Flludef« 1 me «ait
41«
Btnrly opn.lt. tor E- tern Merkt». 91 ] 31
LOOKING ultu*» ! -Ktuir aid Mou. 1.-6 G rat
«lock rf gilt lYMVood, and raipW thlmn«y glan«,
MANÓLE».-P^tet ningtei oí 8.1« by S-rvc»
MB MASTBl.iS, Land Axent ne.r toa Norib Star
Hot.l North Molbourr-a hu a very larg« aalio
'. Mastor«, linar Ib» North »tar Hot«!. '«i
ThiProvner.'ln«erf M«dia» Pallaay. By to*
».'hot cf Miry PJW»U
Meei» Turn'« Cibla, u II Ii
Do Mad«.. Cheap ««¡ttra.
Lil TOM in bit«aaad*aMi,onS»lealJeiephi
OH Bau, «-x M« qulr cr Bate. Two «-raoaud
O M Bau, «llhieonnUnghoUMOf the aua«rilga«d
itjoxatga«* or winn and Spirit«, 33 William itrnt,
Mati«t-,'qnira 384
Iran houutcif vetle.ua ilIM '
Ghlntand Mau door Ettl'tl
Ball, M teni Llvtrpool »U
ieadyrnidiilolhlPg
Jimiotglagif
> Mitktt itrut, l«th Jimt-T it*«._11«
Malaga oltea oU
Tenta, akur»' ».! aomMn»14ia toot*
Millie aeid
Lilla g ona, ladlea', maa*«, axd «tuldieaf s
C'uoterranM, wb to and color«*
Tb mai'» niedlM
Min ? and boya' clothing tor IBBIIII «ear
Mt oppodl» M tun. J. B. W»r», K»c I »nd Co«.
ÏOJJkiMinATh«
PUUm«1.-UM»., lura.a», «ud lau in al
Mart«)!'« blandy
»Met, «took and goodwill »bout 8300. Faithu
pirllaulut «paly Adam, Poit Offlrt, Melboari e.
SUM M «¡li ü.otblng mail« la uraer ia carl», on Bate
lo M'M»ck»o, Uliokwcol and Co., Klag atreit Wbatf.
'ÍIO be Sold ? ne ttro m m>u ard ona -h <« r . mcd
TU te l lito «I of a Co 1 M oblo« by Bin.h tToir,
»go dtltaaUon, o taring £IOw-kly Tin IM* reno j
inila the Muir« ti til toe place« tfvonblp. Stay ka
m'¿.a good hotel wl-.h a little m* ty or a tuilnma
94 fruto Fir«! ret« Moantu*.
A*, BOW lying on board th* «h p Woodend a, erf Point
«Mik
IO da. Mtiahj'» Bork, ex B.vi
lelga cf lb» tlM«. Llvat p «I
M di. long aide a, ex Thomu
Park-28 t cree« India, ex Chinu f.om Lta
Hay aid malu eroika
Patkarae ff» milli
Filrbinf« weighing mtehlDM lad nloa plat
Milli'cace ilale
Meeki,'» Edinbargh blroolte
now at Montedoie'i Building«, earner Col lis-itrtit
and Muket-t quire, epp.alt» Baukcf MewB.uth Wilts
-I Q »LiA>li4tNl',»iitLiid for meat tatt Dinlig"
mer Divo ihlr« Ian, Pilghtoa. 106 J 3t
|«cve.«t ou Wool cr tola iiMon'a dip. BaUtgh,
fut al mott glvlrg away._sr"
OATUHDAY lut, orowded u mail MulUtuiu
tout Uwlnmttg-Btlk, mar ini Ra lway, on th*
PAATNNttttUlrV-Au anti» min tuting «loo «t
ARMÄLAU11 «'U Jimi.-Hup,iliir fteotoh Mar
tuilidt and J »rai allotted, n w lauding, ix
da wtiiltm »lint. Markit-a rut_a«t
Til» putltawht inliiel tria »ray mar the Baili
W«ileyib ituoJeisme' lu mt. 319
Fundus line, or W»lbour»e Cp»l W k«it, M ta,* p*11'«
Www A\AT«rMi«*aaata.
(¿AILMAKKHB.-Vaeting if 8.11 aid T» IMakm
Rourke >'r» » eut o > Mi rd.y «racing he Olh It» ,
»t aavaa co cok for the m pi»., of amrolltttg mem-en
bil» mein» to --. adoittrt f r lb»lmmid etea »eli i, of
HaYr« Ch'lcoati MAURIOB BYRNE..d J'rtl»
mini if the M-nu-e r»p-t llea fir »igrttu « at
r,a 1 Gañera' Minting cf S b elbe-« cf ti. 0
u »ard», will b . h-1» at h'M,ca«ato«'I^ti u Ion e».
Man.g-mint t)«n,,|Iy ihevctcolael-i the Com- It»«»
M. b-nrn», DtoimWarti '6M ant
lah Mt HSNÏY »OWE' He,rrt«»v «0
i IETY -M.-, b.ra w11! [le» « tnuke nolle-that
Dlr'o'-ori for rrceltlrur th» meralan'payme ti at the
moil h y mieUgtaetta * p't, it li iMilvi« tott in
Oolllcgwo d, hu th'i day bun cliv.'v.d ty matul
to tie« v« aal pay »l leeoueti rtmelrte« aatittt d ty
and"nlgnrd II Tallrv, Milk .nine 1» tbli dar
dlltnlf rd bj mo'*il «mv«*« 81«-i e.1 BBNJAkJN
Jim« Carter a« Wine and ?pint Merrit»-, to tad '.aid
dab>«lhtiatd Albtnt* J »mu Carter mar ej'tnet anr
NOTICE - T»Bj«r* vin bi r'Mlvad al th« La'or
Mirait Gnat B uki it rut. f-r nmcvtnt a«
Ima hoaa» Sv» f«t firthtr bruk r-nm th« ma' ; »rd
NUT1CB-Ibivitbi.d.y lOtnltelM .D Faoier
cammeie« f-om Moally, Jinnary xc4, 18)4 WM
ebangr,a % 4«aa«toa»tmtioutb a>e i»tt»borl»«t
by cito mtki«nv*.««temante foi|h-< Tin Tat. R»
NOTUE - Ifihir«itm wh.. uri noi.kif Heir
u oa thidna- of th-> Ballaarat it«im«r, on« ray
dirrav exn«niM OTU. WILBAN. Cut.In My
I* dgn.d »r. hairy 'nfjrmtd th»t ibiy bivilbl.
day d'iabar.«] Jam» M Kirniy frrm ihil- eau'ny.
Fargb'raid DIcku n Til'orr, Milbcnrr», It
?lona lidy Mr. O. Chepmta'i Muilc Wa-arieoie
MuNARUU Conreta o..-rv.ry «oin-y nora at
at . o'eteek lirBeadlgri Firatl; a 4 if my
Tharadiy morling rroa Bttdlro ti Meibcorne »t «
NilU and MTnlli-egh ¡fl-it lfgUof-vay la L lU« Loae
poplin DUM w.ih toa :au Mr» Neween, »t B»'
mai« to ordtr >t P<tir Th an-on a d ( o'«, Tallon
bare to en timorrary i fit l-l at Montadora t Bald
ing«, enair of Collin irnt and Multi tquira,
COLLINAWO..D -Arthur Djt-n. 0 mnillilon
laid lit tod iola, rirti a-d etebti co'leited Melloaro»
den» ti ih« Btihop'i paliar, A liMlfleatlon cf lb«
work sin be nan at Mr Jicoan-1» effim, Markat-tquira
tulldirg In Mtrktt-iir» », Int n'«d ti an a.'dltlentn
Woi'oomoiiIooBa-.Sydriiy, oonduoted hy tüte M-o-e.
Butinai» wl 1 be niumol on Mond.y tbt oik lint,
.urp»u»el, »:d thi maleer e ¡coull« «drp'ci by M'n
M ora li hut tpprto.tttd by the number end pnltlon
Rifmnees In Uelbnu-ne fi» Itimt. Ac., Minn.
Pin'b« erd Ion, ed Mr. O'sullivan, Umber mirrhint,
TO in* Merah a»t», As. t f M« booro.;-W- H. Jan««
la'« Mi «tar «irintr bag» to lnrorm bia frten te ? ad
the jubilo genirrtty, Ihtt k> hi« e mmo old baílate»
meyitiit Ihimielvetw then', trenb'tor lora of lmi|
or mircbanta fra» of cb»' g», tharoty living an amcaat
Colonial iklppteg and mtrtaati a t f ,tn i c» glvi
Offlo». 8 Mlceleg.'tBa, Q»e»r I W a-f '81
the ptb la g«str»l)y fir the vaty liberal »monal 11
hailneia tobtunled »a uncter Ihet m cr I'/« aa>
PAIO mr, ead tritt« by ptrtalrg the tam»«euri» if
Mr. Bagot'» it .'Ion, on th-MorramMJfi»,»n't edrom»!
WELL-APPOINTED UorwTe.mi «lan - at tilla
1 ta «lavcleti lb« For»»t Cruk Apply to j M'Cir.
Btek ted Oo.. balor Marktt, »2 0 tat Bcu-k« »t»et
Excitan»«, with a tn'gt ItlciBt altok of iln fnut g-mili
il»t otu tie puietiued In th» Mag! iii »ni Fo e'en
dina» la »ppeiilnrf bo'ut« lb» labile a ut ml tin»,
eouimnBlty. T&OHF80K Mí COMPANY, Mer
ohiot Greitrtf ?.' J I*
MUHICIAN.- Mr 0 Chapman P.-, tutor or Ma le
*»»»BBa»»»aBwan«nn«naMaM»naMBUMBr,-T« a- rta
inn tulon to fouwth» raauiaecf ill» tele M'l.
«?ataaaatBaauiMi^BMBUi^MaBiBBinHBnnniiaiBitBan
E'ght*'c'ock. QeLtltmeu »j. | Ltd ti of reiicctiMiliy
J. nora B til's,Molboum» Allamb y hcomt >p,n
iiiliU Meena. Ii «le'» ur-id Sa to tpitin ii.li
,, HalD'd Mon um Aa.eun iy n,. m,, eu. eil
li etraet tra to L t T..ree Mgh,» doting ti.» ...«
I o'.ll-gwocd Bell at lb« Biu n wie* II t»., »mcur-cia
forMnn'-yEvrlo». 33 d:in-»nt _ t9 I
M Lavara
MU'IO HAL., C II«, ion H-».». ur.»t ml I ni
b-th Voa ar.d Iuit-um'Btal, ara cr a vety lu.e-Iir
dato-iitlr.n, w11 glvi tbtlr Bigg« MO. din cviry
Iiiuuwlok Hotel, Colilrgrcol, Mo:d>V atvai
leap« libtepBiileof Me hearne that hit Sixth Co an
will tate rim TbU Eviatir (Haadi.y) at thi Me.
obi- In' lu Hau .n. Aft-r wa.eh H Mall I lattnd«
toa, ' nn Babier.bir«.!'. M eh Concert, u at i-ment
V «al! te :-M«id.nui Tutor aid t'ereU Li I Comic
Bing»r, Mr Lava'U._7i
r»aad Bg th» msri 8nnt MooikhPavUloa
J4>E8 ELLI8, PreprteMir and Men«r<r. 44«
ROWES 'MEAIOAN OIRCB,
?olt P.-opililor ... Mt. J A. Reva
Ma*»g*r. Mr. Thoa, Nanr.
MB. CEOttOa LEWI!
Wbou Ml'aealoat Feiu brUg dova nightly p'udlti
r.cmt ml-I-g hardriJi, and tlrike thivltloa lite tbi
Mad**« 8m Four It ititi wirb l'g forth bar
tv ««it M Indy, wblah blda the heir! rajóle« lo tot
«. JiymiMif ou fdry icen«*.
Mrndiy Jiaueryts h.isr«,
Moinud ou ta.ir gally eeparlicned Chirgart, at I hey
Mídame Bara F'ow.r,
t«i ti of TralnlBg tad mt'china fir »yntnttry and
A L'urhtb'e «Maa by the
Tb» Sylph rf the Circle, MA»ANR TBAUAN9,
MR.'CUHY T/aKI »G HIS .KMEL FLIGHT.
Darlrg R'dlnr ticca» without, ttoddte, by Muter
lullan T.m. la ti eli- Otm-iraltc Fe»t> I
Tht »loin to c minde with, for tb« Out Uni, a
Matquli de Mtenonttte ... Mr. Noon
KantltolthaC-cpir'« Daughter) ... Mu Yumina
Da ri open at h »It put Riven, peiforainoe to eam
m»nee st h »if patt Birk«.
it m»y ta mm'd'itety >«(u-eed (o th-.m a» twaer«
DOG found, »baot a x m nth« old. white, wi k bick
F'OUMD a Mack Tacnao lilteh. Ana, a Bliot ana
ATril F.U'iL-Mr». Kilroy]« li»vl< g round ?
Bl v i Liver Welch, on Motd»y, Ja' u»y 2nd.
ObT ti a-tie Mitti Ore.» Uringa, ra Grey Mare
Mr. Cute'« livery ttablt». Uteritis. itl*.t, 0 mu of
arter III« aallei will be p-Mtcutc»._.»7 J 2
riCO lait litare» Colllcgvnod »ml M»!b-urn» a
my |o lOJ havlL'g r. uni Hie um» vlll rcoilrc ihi
Mmntr nrnto._«89 y
a?Q REWARD - Beat L'lt-I.cil fr.v «M
ilAllTt, ROBS ead CO.'i, Mi'kit-iqum.
bono to Mr liuri't 0.nir,MB«'lairit, winnitinni«
potete, liiandad Jltttir »Wd»?. Apply to Mirk»,
On» Dirk Be wa Mt.», btasded FO oa nrar ahonl.
Informa I n ta 1* gin» ta M im MIT ÜBEL', ted
''no Bi? Mire, abort 6 hand, hl6h, branded RU
it- n ft- Back if Tot-rlii the ta'd mu bug
»loppsd »t 'he 11» k Tu« loder of It > y rato-Mng It to
or a MI i tha I6.li »ogott 111', f cm D y die
draught breed »bool it ki di high braaCe 1 M neir
ik a d»r. Al»\ a Crnm Col -ral Mir«, rf lh < dr ugbl
EBEL« «1 Mark»te q-:»-« «nat,_8«i
_____________: OHIP P* MilS». frtaDu.d...-Cor.
__\__\____m O BlgnM will take aotlea -.hit the roi
C amodira
CiKmltrio» M» ck >ata and rnttomH .?* . Agíais,
Bire.iy'» oo.Mr, laiottu
«Mt o p «'t» St Jw»'« CHnd-at._»81
Ll-Ct). NaulSB_nu «a. M"naiaia may meat
with her add'rea. i Inoted to W. V" at M'Cormaak »nd
Son'«, l.ebor Market_2*
anal pitt Melirlal» latte«! og an Hot-1 »t Ih»
howe of J. D Booran, bonder, Moinlcgtan plrci,
COMMERCIAL Man, 0 crie,n»re»pccs-Bie Meehi
nlci mty miet with a o mf T able home et the
large.Vareadih Cjltege,Mornln«tan place, ort Bonrk»
docrtfrir» F Indar» lae«_Mt
LLOYO S Eioheng» Roitui -M. ohititt, captain«,
loth» itft of Ih. Ju:ct ca Stira, St Kilda. Mi» Oar
.vary pertoa to tek» m«dl«lto tkeier re take
a. LUBlS L.«,WHc.NCK oMlT-l eau ó. eCa".
Dr. L. L. Smith, 1*1 Oieat Bcutkc-.t eat «ail, M-i
botta«_411
DR L. L, ftMIlu'S V.gilaoie Pilli a-, iba but
rill« rnldinnt, «nd hu only to ti inn to be Im.
modlt'cly ippnclitid. It li inrroundcd by the
tnldoBMi of Mum. Holen«, Odltngi, Llddttr.l, Ac.,
ud thtipltndld Government Mieedimltel Road from
Molb ur.'«, li Juttlwlcg Moolita).
I And SutnolentTimber fir'ftnclngandbnMdlDg,
the pim Uti at tó» Anctlonui'i OM« tor In,
Offloe-Vlotoit* Anallen Room!, ¿"t*1 ?sMoaa's
Hud Jon, DoarkautrMl wal, SIM
. a «opBtlor lot of lao t to o cufie, mara or Ita
Lo.idalo it->et, Meium- o, on Wedneiliy, tlxS_[
ia:o hud cr hulio.ki and ipiyid eowi, mon ula
Forfurthirpartleu'eti apply to J. O DOUQimyt
Tarma at Bal«. tia
. pluttra la uiBoasetog that they han rnalM
fer «al» by pnbllt ttttloa, OB Tharad»y, »ra Mrtar
MyiUe Cruk, mld.tray between the Boring Ora)
road from thal plan to the River Buoklaadi «Ma
mil« dictent from Benalla, etea lb« Fifteen MU«Cr«*,
Theeoormou price« wblehdldaMriptUweiiaA
afford a ann guárante* of toe anoea* of In mini ita
Under inch (inumitinc« Mtain. M. ici Ci U
afford» a mut dnlrabl« oppor'u-lty to tot fcrttak
vantegMcfth« towrihlprfBarwldiee in lothari
commend an exteuilvc ikara of toa ormatr^la**
Afint-rate ehempagsa lnoeheoa will te frtflM
WEDNESDAY, lil MARC1.
Meit Importait Bite by Anollon rf Bhupird Catt
Billion», to be held tt Messra. Bur A Bo»'« lana
mllu ftom Al'ury, with 3C00 Bbeep, th«tl»M»)
frctn Melbonrn« tear Mr, Hollo wa j'« PoM!« Haw,
BEAR and SON have received ¡Mr»I
»tract on Wedcudty, lit Mtreb, «ale to cou*»
Th« (ltoitetlociabovemwtloatdindmirltai*»
The TinwlngM Station. Thli itatloa la tttaaa
160 mllu fiom Moloeurro, ltd hu t froDlagnll
ihed pt Mt, if out-wublog plew, and tv ry ether««»
Ov«si digging!, ltprotuni at lmooen releraM
lu« and BIM, fn 1 plrUoiltra of whJob will ar/pav
The WacdlUogoBg ttatlon, eompr'iing ilerrtaM
Th» Y»'ehow »tet'on la (he Mmr»mbU|»dlils»V
.heap. The ia.a or Mann, Byltuter ?
Abuhlantly watend by th« Fínica MU* at» *?
nuki, »Hutted «bout 140 tallu fron Mello»T«, ?
the following lubttttUtl lmrrorcmeatt
SiiatindagNOf (lu itecy *Ul appear I« |MV
Tin inotloccori In cslllng publlo stUJIM**
addron thimsdvM to imill eipllalliU ..?.J'i
lhrcu;bout nlll I« liberal, and an IcapetHlaaMl
P%_h tMUtTMItiital «at, AutttYlt. TtttVa»
New Advertisements.
Sale, at Pysind Falcoter's, 41 Flinders lane east
4 s
nearly opposite the Eastern Market. 97 j 21
LOOKING Glasses - Kasser and Moss, 186 Great
stock of gilt rosewood, and maple chimney glasses,
MANGLES.—Patens mangles on Sale by Service
MR MASTERS, Land Agent near the North Star
Hot.l North Melbourne has a very large selec-
Masters, near the North Star Hotel.
The Provnerloss of Madame Pallesy. By the
auhor of Mary Powell.
Uncle Tom's Cabin, as it is
Do Mador. Cheap edition.
OLD TOM in bottles and cases,on Sale at Josephs
ON Sale, ex Mr. qute of Bate. Two 6-roomed
ON Sale, at the counting house of the undersigned
Consignee of Wines and spirits, 32 William street,
Market square 364
Iron houses of various sises
China and brass door fittings
Salt, 98 tons Liverpool bag
Ready made clothing
Jars of ginger
Market street, 10th January, 1854.
Malaga olive oil
Tenta, akur»' ».! combination toot*
Nitric acid
Lisle gloves, ladies', men's and children's
Counterpanes, wb to and color«*
Tb man's needles
Men's and boya' clothing tor IBBIIII «ear
east oppodl» Messrs. J. B. W»r», K»c I »nd Co«.
ÏOJJki Mon & Thu
POULTRY.—Geese, Turkeys, and Fowls of all
Marsell's brandy
street, «took and goodwill »bout 8300. Faithu
pirllaulut «paly Adam, Poit Offlrt, Melbourne.
SUM M «¡li ü.otblng made la uraer ia carl», on Bate
lo M'Meckan, Uliokwcol and Co., Klag atreit Wbatf.
'ÍIO be Sold ? ne ttro m m>u ard ona -h <« roomed
TU te l lito «I of a Co 1 Machine by Bin.h tToir,
»go dtltaaUon, o taring £IOw-kly This reno j
inila the uir« ti til toe place« tfvonblp. Stay ka
'¿.a good hotel wl-.h a little * ty or a tuilnma
94 fruto Fir«! ret« Mountain.
A*, BOW lying on board th* «h p Woodbridge a, erf Point
Work
IO da. Murphy's Bork, ex B.vi
lelga cf lb» the . Llvat p «I
di. long aide a, ex Thomu
Park-28 tonnes India, ex Chinu f.om Lta
Hay and manure forks
Parker's offic mills
Filrbinf« weighing machines lad nloa plat
Mills' chocolate
Mac Edinbargh blroolte
now at Monteflore's Building«, earner Col lis-itrtit
and Market-square, epp.alt» Baukcf New B.uth Wilts
-I Q »LiA>li4tNl',»iitLiid for sale tatt Dinlig"
near Divo ihlr« Ian, Pilghtoa. 106 J 3t
|«cve.«t ou Wool cr tola season's dip. BaUtgh,
fut almost glvlrg away._sr"
OATUHDAY lut, orowded usual Multitudes
tout Uwlnmttg-Btlk, near ini Ra lway, on th*
PAATNNttttUlrV-Au anti» man tuting «loo «t
ARMÄLAU11 «'U Jimi.-Hup,iliir fteotoh Mar-
malade and J »rai allotted, n w lauding, ix
da wtiiltm »lint. Market-street
Til» putltawht inliiel tria »ray near the Baili
W«ileyib ituoJeisme' lu t. 319
Fundus line, or W»lbour»e Cp»l W k«it, ta,* p*11'«
New Advertisements.
(¿AILMAKKHB.-Vaeting if 8.11 aid T» Iakm
Rourke >'r» » eut o > Monday «racing he Olh It» ,
»t aavaa co cok for the m pi»., of enrolling members
bil» means to --. adoittrt f r lb»lmmid etea »eli i, of
HaYr« Ch'lcoati MAURICE BYRNE..d J'rtl»
mini if the Manure r»p-t llea fir »igrttu « at
r,a 1 Gañera' Meeting cf S b elbe-« cf ti. 0
u »ard», will b . h-1» at h',ca«ato«'I^ti u Ion e».
Management t)«n,,|Iy ihevctcolael-i the Com- It»«»
Melbourne, DtoimWarti '6 ant
lah t HSNÏY »OWE' He,rrt«»v «0
i IETY -, b.ra w11! [le» « tnuke nolle-that
Dlr'o'-ori for rrceltlrur th» eralan'payme ti at the
monthly meeting ta * p't, it li resolved tott in
Pretu'ant Ha 1, i e <lmnil monthly t Ubi c1 mitt!- g
Oolllcgwo d, hu th'i day bun cliv.'v.d ty mutual
to tie« v« aal pay »l leeoueti remaining aatittt d ty
and"nlgnrd II Tallrv, Melbourne 1» tbli dar
dlltnlf rd bj mutual «v«*« 81«-i e.1 BBNJAkJN
Jim« Carter a« Wine and ?pint Merchants to tad '.aid
dab>«lhtiatd Albtnt* J »mu Carter may contract anr
NOTICE - T»Bj«r* vin bi received al th« La'or
Market Gnat B uki it rut. f-r removing a«
Ima hoaa» Sv» f«t firthtr bruk r-nm th« road ; »rd
NUT1CB-Ibivitbi.d.y lOtnltel M .D Falconer
cammeie« f-om Monday, Jinnary xc4, 18)4 WM
ebangr,a % 4«aa«toa»t tioutb a>e i»tt»borl»«t
by cito make «nv*.««temante foi|h-< Tin Tat. R»
NOTUE - Ifihir«it wh.. uri noi.kif Heir
u oa thidna- of th-> Ballaarat steamer, on« ray
dirrav exn«ni OTU. WILBAN. Cut.In My
I* dgn.d »r. hairy 'nfjrtd th»t ibiy bivilbl.
day d'iabar.«] James M Kappey frrm ihil- eau'ny.
Fargb'raid DIcku n Til'orr, Melbourne, It
?lona lidy Mr. O. Chepmta'i Music Wa-arieoie
MONARCH Conreta o..-rv.ry «oin-y nora at
at . o'eteek lir Beadlgri Firatl; a 4 if my
Tharadiy morling rroa Bttdlro ti Melbourne »t «
NilU and M'Collough fl-it lfgUof-vay la L lU« Loae
poplin DUM w.ih toa :au Mrs Newton, »t B»'
made to ordtr >t P<tir Th an-on a d ( o'«, Tallon
bare to en timorrary i fit l-l at Montedore's Bald
ing«, enair of Collin irnt and Market-square,
COLLINAWO..D -Arthur Djt-n. Commission
laid lit tod iola, rirti a-d etebti co'leited Melbourne
den» ti ih« Btihop'i paliar, A li lfleatlon cf lb«
work sin be nan at Mr Jicoan-1» effim, Market-square
tulldirg In Market-street , Int n'«d ti an a.'dltlentn
Woi'oomoiiIooBa-.Sydriiy, oonduoted hy tüte More.
Butinai» wl 1 be niumol on Monday tbt oik lint,
.urp»u»el, »:d thi maleer e ¡coull« «drp'ci by Miss
Moore li hut tpprto.tttd by the number end pnltlon
Rifmnees In Uelbnu-ne fi» Itimt. Ac., Messrs.
Pin'b« erd Ion, ed Mr. O'sullivan, Umber merchant,
TO in* Merchants, As. t f Melbourne;-W- H. Jan««
la'« Master irintr bag» to lnrorm bia frten te ? ad
the jubilo genirrtty, Ihtt k> hi« commenced baílate»
may itiit Ihimielvetw then', trenb'tor lora of i|
or merchants fra» of cb»' g», tharoty living an amcaat
Colonial iklppteg and mercantile a t f ,tn i c» glvi
Offlo». 8 Mineing. 'tBa, Q»e»r I W a-f '81
the ptb la g«str»l)y fir the vaty liberal amount 11
hailneia tobtunled »a uncter Ihet name cr I'/« aa>
Falconer, ead tritt« by ptrtalrg the tam»«euri» if
Mr. Bagot'» it .'Ion, on th- Murrambidgee, »n't edrom»!
WELL-APPOINTED Uorw Teams lan - at tilla
1 ta «lavcleti lb« For»»t Cruk Apply to j M'Cor-
mack ted Oo.. balor Marktt, »2 0 tat Bcu-k« »t»et
Excitan»«, with a tn'gt ItlciBt altok of iln fnut goods
il»t otu tie puietiued In th» English »ni Fo e'en
dina» la »ppeiilnrf bo'ut« lb» labile a second tin»,
eouimnBlty. T&OHF80K Mí COMPANY, Mer-
chant Greitrtf ?.' J I*
MUSICIAN.- Mr 0 Chapman P.-, tutor or Music

inn tulon to fouwth» raauiaecf ill» tele Mrs.

E'ght*'c'ock. QeLtltmeu »j. | Ltd ti of respectability
J. nora B til's, Melbourne Allamb y hcomt >p,n
iiiliU Messrs. Ii «le'» ur-id Sa to tpitin ii.li
,, HalD'd Me um Aa.eun iy n,. ,, eu. eil
li etraet tra to L t T..ree Nights doting ti.» ...«
I o'.ll-gwocd Bell at lb« Biu n wie* II t»., announced
for Monday Evrlo». 33 d:in-»nt _ t9 I
M Lavern
MUSIC HAL., C II«, ion H-».». ur.»t l I ni
b-th Voa ar.d Instrumental, ara cr a vety lu.e-Iir
dato-iitlr.n, w11 glvi tbtlr Bigg« Melodies cviry
Iiiuuwlok Hotel, Colilrgrcol, Monday atvai
leap« libtepBiileof Melbourne that hit Sixth Co an
will tate rim TbU Eviatir (Haadi.y) at thi e.
obi- In' lu Hau .n. Aft-r wa.eh H staff I lattnd«
toa, ' nn Babier.bir«.!'. 5s. eh Concert, u at i-ent
V «al! te :-Mesdames Tutor aid t'ereU Li I Comic
Bing»r, Mr Lavern.
r»aad Bg th» sri 8nnt Moorish PavUloa
J4>E8 ELLI8, Proprietor and Manager. 44
ROWES AMERICAN OIRCB,
?olt P.-opililor ... Mr. J A. Reva
Manager. Mr. Thoa, Nanr.
MR. CEOttOa LEWI!
Wbou Miraculous Feiu brUg dova nightly p'udlti
r.cmt missing hardriJi, and tlrike thivltloa lite tbi
Madame **« 8m Four It ititi wirb l'g forth bar
tv ««it MeIody, wblah blda the heir! rajóle« lo tot
enjoyment ou fdry icen«*.
Monday Jiaueryts h.isr«,
Monied ou ta.ir gally eeparlicned Chirgart, at I hey
Madame Bara F'ow.r,
t«i ti of TralnlBg tad matchless fir »yntnttry and
A L'urhtb'e Scene by the
Tb» Sylph rf the Circle, MADAME TBAUAN9,
MERCURY T/aKI »G HIS .KMEL FLIGHT.
Darlrg R'dlnr ticca» without, ttoddte, by Master
lullan Tom. la ti eli- Otm-iraltc Fe»t> I
The loin to c minde with, for tb« Out Uni, a
Marquis de Mignonette ... Mr. Noon
KantltolthaC-cpir'« Daughter) ... Mrs Yumina
Da ri open at h »It put Riven, peiforainoe to com-
mence at h »if patt Birk«.
it may ta immediately >«(u-eed (o th-.m a» twaer«
DOG found, »baot a x months old. white, wi k bick
F'OUMD a Black Tacnao lilteh. Ana, a Bliot ana
ATril F.U'iL-Mrs. Kilroy]« li»vl< g round ?
Bl v i Liver Welch, on Monday, Ja' u»y 2nd.
ObT ti a-tie Merri Ore.» Uringa, ra Grey Mare
Mr. Cute'« livery ttablt». Uteritis. itl*.t, 0 cu of
arter III« aallei will be prosecuted.
riCO lait litare» Colllcgvnod »ml Melbourne a
any |o lOJ havlL'g r. uni Hie um» vlll rcoilrc ihi
Banner nrnto._«89 y
a?Q REWARD - Beat L'lt-I.cil fr.v «
ilAllTt, ROBS ead CO.'i, Market-square.
bono to Mr liuri't 0.nir,B«'lairit, winnitinni«
potete, liiandad Jltttir »Wd»?. Apply to Marks,
On» Dirk Be wa Mare, btasded FO oa nrar ahonl.
Informa I n ta 1* gin» ta Messrs MITCHELL, ted
''no Bi? Mare, abort 6 hand, hl6h, branded RU
it- n ft- Back if Tot-rlii the ta'd u bug
»loppsd »t 'he 11» k Tu« loder of It > y returning It to
or about tha I6.li »ogott 111', f cm D y die
draught breed »bool it ki di high braaCe 1 M near
ik a d»r. Al»\ a Crnm Col -ral Mare, rf lh < dr ugbl
EBEL« «1 Market sqare street.
_____________: OHIP P* M ilS». frtaDu.d...-Cor.
__\__\____ O Blgn will take aotlea -.hit the roi
Commodore
Commission Mechanis and rnttomH .?* . Agíais,
Bire.iy'» oo.in, laiottu
west o p «'t» St Jw»'« CHnd-at._»81
Ll-Ct). NaulSB_nu «a. Mountain may meet
with her add'rea. i Inoted to W. V" at M'Cormack »nd
Son's, labor Market
anal pitt Materials latte«! og an Hot-1 »t Ih»
howe of J. D Booran, bonder, Mornington plrci,
COMMERCIAL Man, 0 crie,n»re»pccs-Bie Mecha-
nics may meet with a o mf T able home et the
large.Vareadih Cjltege, Mornington place, ort Bonrk»
docrtfrir» F Indar» lae«
LLOYO S Eioheng» Roitui -Merchants, captain«,
loth» itft of Ih. Ju:ct ca Stira, St Kilda. Mrs. Oar
.vary pertoa to tek» medicine tkeier re take
a. LUBlS L.«,WHc.NCK MlT eau ó. eCa".
Dr. L. L. Smith, 1*1 Oieat Bcutkc-.t eat «ail, Mel-
bourne 411
DR L. L, SMITH'S V.gilaoie Pilli a-, iba but
rill« residences, «nd hu only to ti inn to be im-
mediately ippnclitid. It li inrroundcd by the
tnldoB Messrs. Holen«, Odltngi, Llddttr.l, Ac.,
ud thtipltndld Government ieedimltel Road from
Melbourne li Juttlwlcg completed.
And SufficientTimber fir'ftnclngandbn building.
the pim Uti at tó» Anctlonui'i office In,
Offloe-Vlotoit* Anallen Room!, ¿"t*1 ?soaa's
Hud Jon, Doarkautrl wal, SIM
. a «opBtlor lot of lao t to o cufie, more or Ita
Lo.idalo it->et, Melbourne, on Wedneiliy, tlxS_[
ia:o hud cr hulio.ki and ipiyid eowi, more ula
Forfurthirpartleu'eti apply to J. O DOUQiyt
Terms at Bal«. tia
. pluttra la uiBoasetog that they han received
fer «al» by pnbllt ttttloa, OB Tharad»y, »ra February,
Myrtle Creek, mld.tray between the Boring Ora)
road from thal plan to the River Buoklaadi and
mil« dictent from Benalla, etea lb« Fifteen Mile Creek,
Theeoormou price« which all descriptions of agri-
afford a ann guárante* of toe anoea* of farming ita
Under inch circumstances Messrs. M. ici Ci U
afford» a meat dnlrabl« oppor'u-lty to tot fcrttak
vantages of the towrihlprfBarwldiee in lothari
commend an exteuilvc ikara of toa oratr^la**
Afint-rate ehempagsa lnoeheoa will te frtfl
WEDNESDAY, lil MARCH.
Most Importait Bite by Anollon rf Bhupird Catt
Billion», to be held tt Messrs. Bur A Bo»'« lana
miles from Albury, with 3C00 Bbeep, th«tl»»)
frctn Melbourne tear Mr, Hollo wa j'« Po!« Haw,
BEAR and SON have received instruc-
»tract on Wedcudty, lit March, «ale to cou*»
The fire stations above mentioned and more particu-
The Tinwlng Station. Thli itatloa la tttaaa
160 mllu fiom Melbourne, ltd hu t froDlagnll
ihed press, if out-wublog plew, and tv ry ether««»
Ov«si digging!, ltprotuni at lmooen relera
lu« and BI, fn 1 plrUoiltra of whJob will ar/pav
The WacdlUogoBg ttatlon, eompr'iing ilerrta
Th» Y»'ehow »tet'on la (he Murrembidge lils»V
.heap. The ia.a or Messrs, Byltuter ?
Abuhlantly watend by th« Fínica Mile at» *?
nuki, »Hutted «bout 140 tallu fron Melbourne
the following lubttttUtl improvements
SiiatindagNOf (lu itecy *Ul appear I« |V
Tin inotloccori In cslllng publlo stUJI**
addron thimsdv to imill eipllalliU ..?.J'i
lhrcu;bout nlll I« liberal, and an IcapetHlaal
P%_h tUtTtiital «at, AutttYlt. TtttVa»
THE MAGREE-OSBOURN INCIDENT. DISCUSSION AT BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. (Article), The Ararat Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Saturday 29 September 1917 [Issue No.6555] page 2 2019-09-17 10:53 THE MAGREE-OSBOUBN INCIDENT.
Mr Osbourn. He moved-"That the
Cr Gossip.-Where do I come in with
Cr. Irwin.-This resolution of mine,
The Mayor.- Cr Gossip is in charge
Cr. Gossip.- My notice of motion
The Mayor.- You can proceed with
Cr. Gossip.- I move my motion (now
an amendment)- "That the resolution
remarks to Mr. J. Osburn, and if he
Cr. Tibbles.- You can't carry a reso-
Cr Timmins.- At the last meeting of
The Mayor.- If you ask me anything
Cr Tibbles.- Cr Timmins simply ask-
The Mayor.- I rule you out of order
Cr Tibbles.- Well, I am not out of
The Mayor.- I am trying to conduct
Cr Timmins.- At the last night
The Mayor.- Well, I rule you out of
Cr Tibbles.- Cr Timmins was in
The Mayor.- You are championing
by Cr Gossip for the rescsinding of the
Cr Gossip.- Will you permit the
Cr Tibbles.- I rise to a point of or-
THE MAGREE-OSBOURN INCIDENT.
Mr Osbourn. He moved—"That the
Cr Gossip.—Where do I come in with
Cr. Irwin.—This resolution of mine,
The Mayor.— Cr Gossip is in charge
Cr. Gossip.— My notice of motion
The Mayor.— You can proceed with
Cr. Gossip.— I move my motion (now
an amendment)— "That the resolution
remarks to Mr. J. Osbourn, and if he
Cr. Tibbles.— You can't carry a reso-
Cr Timmins.— At the last meeting of
The Mayor.— If you ask me anything
Cr Tibbles.— Cr Timmins simply ask-
The Mayor.— I rule you out of order
Cr Tibbles.— Well, I am not out of
The Mayor.— I am trying to conduct
Cr Timmins.— At the last night
The Mayor.— Well, I rule you out of
Cr Tibbles.— Cr Timmins was in
The Mayor.— You are championing
by Cr Gossip for the rescinding of the
Cr Gossip.— Will you permit the
Cr Tibbles.— I rise to a point of or-
CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor.] MR CHAMPION AND MR MAGREE. (Article), The Ararat Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 20 September 1917 [Issue No.6551] page 2 2019-09-17 10:45 complained of - garrulous, maudlin and
malevolence - are not slang. They will
about them? As I am an Anstralian
style of langunge to what I have been
complained of—garrulous, maudlin and
malevolence—are not slang. They will
about them? As I am an Australian
style of language to what I have been
MR. CLARRIE MAGREE FAREWELLED Many Tributes From Public (Article), Ouyen Mail (Vic. : 1915 - 1918, 1931 - 1941), Wednesday 30 July 1941 [Issue No.1613] page 8 2019-09-17 10:42 Mr.W. J. Whitford endorsed the remarks
of the previous speakers, and,
beautifully framed long-service certificate
in. appreciation of his work as
Work done in the garden was done
by Clarrie himself. Inside and outside,
the V.R.I, owes Clarrie everything."
(Applause).
a" number of years here," he said,
We are losing not only a good railwayman,
hut a fine representative of
the people. Nevertheless, I am delighted
that the Department has recognised
Mr. Magree's talent and given
him promotion. (Applatise).
Ouyen A.L.P. wa' s the next speaker.
of the A.L.P. in Ouyen. and performed
wonders on behalf of the workers.
For example, he is fighting for
free dental treatment for the children
of Ouyen, and spent much of his
his raponsibility as a citizen, and I
all the "best in the future." (Applause).
Mengler said they always looked forward
to his visits re Union matters.
and helped. In the Highland Dancing
section, he had done so well that
the Scottish Union had congratulated
him on his handling of it. "In
this, as in everything else, he has attempted
in Ouyen, he has brought it
are a number of Sports Club members
in other parts who will be glad
Mr. Gye then presented Mr. Magree
with a handsome writing case,
Mr. Magree was greeted with sustained
applause when he rose to respond.
"It seems to make things
large crowd come along to say goodbye."
he said. "I can assure you I
done that for life—restored my children's
health. I have genuinely enjoyed
myself among you. In sporting
in the famous Beer Strike. (Applaus).
Another activity ha's ?>o«n
known! Again, I cleaned up Waily
too. (Laughter). And I must mention
one of my greatest interests—
worth-while. He is truly a wonderful
man, and it is a pity there were
ftEGRET LEAVING OLD
MATES
how to argue the point—Chubb, Bird/
O'Connor. I appreciate my association
with them and hope to meet
which I have ibeen associated, Mr.
"In all my work I have ha'd loyalty
A.R.U. does, besides holding stopwork
meetings. (Applause).
with the idea of giving men interested
in, the Labor movement an organisation.
In a' Country Party district
WILL COME BACK
AGAIN
ViR.I.." Mr. Magree went on. "I
"I like Ouyen, and I like the people,"
Mr. Magree concluded. "I'll be
House, and the ladies, who so generously
provided supper.
Mr.W. J. Whitford endorsed the re-
marks of the previous speakers, and,
beautifully framed long-service cer-
tificate in appreciation of his work as
work done in the garden was done
by Clarrie himself. Inside and out-
side, the V.R.I, owes Clarrie every-
thing." (Applause).
a number of years here," he said,
We are losing not only a good rail-
wayman, but a fine representative of
the people. Nevertheless, I am de-
lighted that the Department has rec-
ognised Mr. Magree's talent and given
him promotion. (Applause).
Ouyen A.L.P. was the next speaker.
of the A.L.P. in Ouyen. and perform-
ed wonders on behalf of the work-
ers. For example, he is fighting for
free dental treatment for the chil-
dren of Ouyen, and spent much of his
his responsibility as a citizen, and I
all the best in the future." (Applause).
Mengler said they always looked for-
ward to his visits re Union matters.
and helped. In the Highland Danc-
ing section, he had done so well that
the Scottish Union had congratula-
ted him on his handling of it. "In
this, as in everything else, he has at-
tempted in Ouyen, he has brought it
are a number of Sports Club mem-
bers in other parts who will be glad
given Clarrie a good send-off. (Ap-
Mr. Gye then presented Mr. Mag-
ree with a handsome writing case,
Mr. Magree was greeted with sus-
tained applause when he rose to re-
spond. "It seems to make things
large crowd come along to say good-
bye." he said. "I can assure you I
done that for me—restored my chil-
dren's health. I have genuinely en-
joyed myself among you. In sporting
in the famous Beer Strike. (Ap-
plaus). Another activity has been
known! Again, I cleaned up Wally
too. (Laughter). And I must men-
tion one of my greatest interests—
worth-while. He is truly a wonder-
ful man, and it is a pity there were
REGRET LEAVING OLD MATES
how to argue the point—Chubb, Bird,
O'Connor. I appreciate my associ-
ation with them and hope to meet
which I have been associated, Mr.
"In all my work I have had loyalty
A.R.U. does, besides holding stop-
work meetings. (Applause).
with the idea of giving men interest-
ed in the Labor movement an organ-
isation. In a Country Party district
WILL COME BACK AGAIN
V.R.I.." Mr. Magree went on. "I
"I like Ouyen, and I like the peo-
ple," Mr. Magree concluded. "I'll be
House, and the ladies, who so gen-
erously provided supper.
MR. CLARRIE MAGREE FAREWELLED Many Tributes From Public (Article), Ouyen Mail (Vic. : 1915 - 1918, 1931 - 1941), Wednesday 30 July 1941 [Issue No.1613] page 8 2019-09-17 10:22 PAREWELLED
-0O0-
V.R.I. Hall on "Friday night last at
of Ouyen, the liall being crowded.
in Ouyen. set an example of citizenship,
very sincere indeed.
Nulty and Mrs. Cummins, and Messrs.
Ted Kennedy, Jack Kennedy,
Nulty, took up the earl t y part of the
evening. About 11 o'clock a bountiful
and delicious supper was served
by the ladies, after which the presentations
took piace.
of the various branches of the railway
service in Ouyen and district,
Opening his remarks, the chairman
said that, though Mr. Magree's
had always done his best for clioss
There were many who must be grateful
to him. In Union matters and
Mr. M. O'Connor, speaking on behalf
of the A.R.U. said that in this
in all these years, he has done wonders
what we'll do about it. As railwaymen
we. are sorry to lose him. but
vglad he is going to a better position.
farewelling one of the finest mien
who ever stood in Ouyen," the speaker
added. "That his services are appreciated
by all is apparent from the
FAREWELLED
—-0O0-—
V.R.I. Hall on Friday night last at
of Ouyen, the hall being crowded.
in Ouyen. set an example of citizen-
ship, very sincere indeed.
Nulty and Mrs. Cummins, and Mes-
srs. Ted Kennedy, Jack Kennedy,
Nulty, took up the early part of the
evening. About 11 o'clock a bounti-
ful and delicious supper was served
by the ladies, after which the pres-
entations took place.
of the various branches of the rail-
way service in Ouyen and district,
Opening his remarks, the chair-
man said that, though Mr. Magree's
had always done his best for those
There were many who must be grate-
ful to him. In Union matters and
Mr. M. O'Connor, speaking on be-
half of the A.R.U. said that in this
in all these years, he has done won-
what we'll do about it. As railway-
men we are sorry to lose him. but
glad he is going to a better position.
farewelling one of the finest men
who ever stood in Ouyen," the speak-
er added. "That his services are ap-
preciated by all is apparent from the
RAILWAY STAFF'S GARDENS MR. MAGREE A PRIZE WINNER (Article), Ouyen Mail (Vic. : 1915 - 1918, 1931 - 1941), Wednesday 30 March 1938 [Issue No.1442] page 12 2019-09-17 10:12 o —
MR. MAQREE A PRIZE WINNER
best kept and beet improved garden
of 1 departmental residence, Mr T.
F. Davey, guard, stationed at Mildura,
won first prize of £2/10/, and
Mr L. R. Mosafield, engine-driver, of
Mildura, and Mr C. P. Magree, assistant
signal adjuster, of , Ouyen
competition is held annually. Entries.,
are made from all over Victoria,,
and the State is divided into
— o —
MR. MAGREE A PRIZE WINNER
best kept and best improved garden
of a departmental residence, Mr J.
F. Davey, guard, stationed at Mil-
dura, won first prize of £2/10/, and
Mr L. R. Mossfield, engine-driver, of
Mildura, and Mr C. P. Magree, as-
sistant signal adjuster, of Ouyen,
competition is held annually. En,
tries., are made from all over Vic-
toria, and the State is divided into

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