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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 July 1915

EXCZI~JDR BAKERY, -BA ER K # . PASTR YCOOKj $_, rad from Australian flour :'ATE.R!N .S17Zi £IAIyY. r.. __l~ s.. a" Ji!:ir't i).} i qu Ag u& M;ic If~-- frr·t in nk-1 i urr'-2 ; lUuLa' Tfisl allce Co. ; jas, L'; "L:" nam d Co, A {a ava*, clram se axaiLors and cream cans; 88S Eizabeth-st., Melbourne (Branches throughout the Com monwcalth.) SUpper and £5 10s. Louser. :from Upper Only £3 3s. TIe1Xe Teeth are the Mest Natural. Periect in C.lor and Lapc and we give a Written Guarantee with -ach Set. - Painless Extracicens, We n hve the arne i- the three States -New South Wales, South I Australia and Victoria-as having a systemn of PAINLESS DEN TISTRP which stands high above a most others, and we can prcduce a Testimonials from all parts of the orm'i:o; :ýw= dtý as to our High g Class of Work. Badly-Fitting ?Jayes Re-l at Shnortest Notice, and the Natural Contour or the Month Restored. - PLATE These Sucticr Plates are different to the crdinary, and can be worn with ease, where other...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Timberoo Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 July 1915

Timberoo Topics.     To listen to what visiting spea-   kers had to say on the subject, there was a large attendance at a recrui- ting meeting at Timberoo South. The proceedings took the form of a social and dance, the proceeds be- ing in aid of the Wounded Soldiers' Fund, of which Mr. E. H. Morrow is the local hon. sec., so donors will   know where to send. Mr W. Petry   occupied the chair, and after the National Anthem, introduced Cr. Glen and Messrs. W. J. Steele and B. F. Richardson. Mr. Steele   apologised for the absence of Cr. Pickering and the Rev. W. Castle, the one on recruiting duties and the other church. Cr. Glen in his ope- ning speech, deplored the necessity of appealing for recruits, and in   well chosen remarks, explained the   imperative need of at once enlisting. Mr. Steele, in a stirring speech,   asked in the King's and country's name for men to a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nyang Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 July 1915

Nyang Notes The usual monthly meeting of the district Progress Association     occupying the chair.               the correspondence and the report     a seat ot the shire council table this to Messrs. Southgate and Campbell     who have been informed that nephew and a son respectively have Empire—The Metting unnanimous     ly pledged itself to support the   a special dance and sale of gifts in aid of the Wounded Soldiers' Fund   will all be there.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 July 1915

Mail Time Table. The revised time table of mails received at, and despatched from the local Post Office, is as follow:— MELBOURNE LINE—Mails close   for Woomelang. Birchip, Watchem, Donald, St. Arnaud, Marybrough, and Melbourne at 8.30 p.m., on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Nunga, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8.30 p.m. Mildura, Monday, Tues- day, Wednesday, Thursday, and   Friday, at 9.30 p.m. Mails are received from Mel- bourne, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Donald, Watchem, Birchip, and Woomelang at 2.30 a.m. on Tues- day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-   day and Saturday. Nunga, Tues- day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2.30 a.m. Mildura, Monday, Tues- day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 9.20 p.m.   MURRAYVILLE LINE—Mails close     for Tiega, Galah, Walpeup, Nyang Underbool, Linga, Boinka, Tutye, Cowangie, Danyo and Murrayville, at 8.15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and at 12.45 p.m. on Saturd...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

The Weather. Our tip regardirngthe weather in last issue was. better -than you dreamed for. Following on the glorious spring-like :-days, with the steadying frosts, we said the prospects for those refreshing show ers which were the. only-thing re quired to effectually squelch - the pessimmist, were the brightest. We judged rightly. On Friday after noon, steady rain set in', and during the night, some of the showers were sufficient to make big insic. In the town itself, we caught it fairly; and the gauge next morning shotved 103 points. It was a-patchy rain, varying from 39 points- at Walpeup to what we got in Oayen. it was simply glorious. The. dams got,-. supply, and as for the crbps-?well it will be some.big disaster to- -stop a record now. On Sunday night, and again on Monday,: more.:nice rain came. It was the good, steady sort which puts life into things,- and we rejoice accordingly. -The re cords showed that the Mallee as a whole participated in Friday's fall, while that of Mon...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

A most extensively signed requi , sition to Cr. Farrell to allow him self to be renominated for the sept at the council table will appear in Uextissuc. , There is No Dauger.-There is no disease that causes more bodlyand men m "al discomfort, or so defies medical aid Sas influenza, and no medicine that will ?~ive prompt relief as Chamberlains cough remedy. When this remedy is taken the pain in the chest disappears, the fever subsides, and the whole body becomes more comfortab:e. There is no danger of pneumonia when Char-bh,rla·n- cough remedy is taken at the first symlptom of . iftenza. Sold by all storekeepers. Notice To Farmers. KENNEDY is now prepared to take in stripper combs and strippers to be repaired. Get in early to avoid the rush.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Grand Move. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

A Grand Move. It has been said "He who makes. two b'ades -of grass grow where -nly one grew before, is a bene Sactor.'~ And so he is. The man who can get a plantation of trees where now is a wilderness, is a benefactor also, No need to 'tell the people of Onven what a west wind means when it comes sweep ing over the rise on that side of the town. Ouyen dust storms are notorious. It is an accepted axi om that as the white races advance the aboriginals retire, and eventu ally die out. The. same applies Miore shame to us-in the: matter of 'our native trees. Some few there are who not only protect, but cultivate our native trees and shrubs, and we' want to ask the nature lover where can be found more beautiful flora than in the Mallee? . That great desert which was deemed not worth saving by the imported Johnny who was ob sessed with the idea that nothing Australian could possibly be any good, provides a treat to the lover of the beautiful. We do not say the Mailee in its state of prist...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Let There Be Light. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

Let There Be Lig?t. The longer experience the more you learn. Years of experience should have taught our legislators sense, but somehow, ignorance is just as rife today as when the State was first settled. Our land laws are such as to make one ponder hard. The cry always is "Go ohi the land, young man." The young man--or the older one, for that follows the advice, and should he strike a year like this, either makes a competence or is spoiled for the future. If he is level-headed, and strikes a goo I season, then the fu ture is right. If he thinks the Fates are all inclined his way, then the first bad season finds him fac ing the insolvency court. This is no guesswork, as experience in this district during the past few years proves amply. And it is. just here that the Government fails to grasp the position. As the law stands, a man goes on the land, and for the first six years, has to battle his hardest. If the seasons are kind, he probably pulls through. At the end of his six years,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Water Question. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

The Water Question. b- A subject which interests the ig bulk of our readers was brought t forward at Walpeup Shire Council er meeting on Friday night last. When y this portton of the Mallee was first 1e settled, the land was loaded 2/6 per at acre for roads and water purposes. De Since then an additional water rate hn as been -imposed, and when the y drought came, still another charge e. was made for water conveyed by cf train. This was piling onr the agony e. with a vengeance, and now, at the id instance of the shire council, some j, relief from this continual bleeding e is to be asked for. At the meeting at mentioned, Cr. Pickering moved of that the council ask the Water Sup t, ply department, in view of the dis. id astrous times the settlers in this dis c trict have had to contend with, and t. in view of the fact that they are al Le ready charged an annual water rate, t to write off the amount chargeable to settlers for water supplied by e train during the recent drought. While f...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

The Pops. Owing to the rain on Friday jight, the attendance of both audi ence and artists waslimited. After some three or four items, the com pany decided to finish the night tith d(lance, and this proved very enjoyL ic. Owing to the extra con rert tomorrow night, the next Pop will be on Friday of next week. The program will be one of the best. "Australian" has a word with a correspondent :-Sir,-Just a few words of advice to your correspon dent (L- L. Cloonan) .of last issue. In referring to a comic stUmp speech given at the Ouyen "Pops" (which by the way, was received with un animous applause and encored) Mr. Cloonan has endeavored to per sa:ade himself that an insult was offered to certain people, and goes on to inform us of Irish loyalty,etc. He also volunteers the information that ui, Lord Kitchener and Gen eral French are of that nationalty. I say out on such narrow minded pifle as this: What sane man could doubt Irish loyalty today? Or try to dirag in such paltry motives? At a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

The War. The German and Austrian armies are steadily pushing the Russians back, and any hour word is expec ted that Warsaw is occupied. The Russians did not attempt to hold this city, and it is believed that on occupation, one. of the German princes will be proclaimed King of Poland. The particular bright light of German operations against Russia is Von Makensen, who is none other than a Scotchman named Mc Kenzie, more's the pity. Russia aims at complete and crushing victory, and is therefore prepared to make temporary sacri fices. On the Western Front, where Britain and the Allies are concern ed, matters are very quiet. The Germans won a line of trenches from the British for a length of 500 yards, and admit that portion of Lipgekopf is in the hands of the French. The King of Wurtemburg visited the Wurtemburg troops and is repor ted to have wept when he saw how decimated they were. Where our own boys are, the sirUggle for Achi Baba continues. 1 The place bristles with guns, but stea...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
For The Empire. OUYEN'S SEND OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

For The Empire. x OUYEN'S SEND OFF. We have seen, heard, and read of enthusiasm, but the scene at Ouyen on Mcnday night of last week beg gars description, and will take pride of place as a memorable event for years to come. It was known that somewhere in the vicinity of 40 re cruits would be leaving for Mel bourne that night, and the occasion was marked. But the most san guine never drsamt the affair would sway the populace to such a frenzy of enthusiasm, or cause such a scene as it did. From the time the western train arrived until the Mel bour ne train went out, the cheering was continuous. Soon after 7 o'c:cck, the volunteers and riflemen f, r,:,ed up for a march to the Pub !ic Hall. Unfortunately a number of members of the brass band were under the influence of 'flu.. and a side drum had to beat the time. Forming in fours and headed by the banner, the procession gathered a crowd which fell into line to make the affair even more imposing. In a few moments the hall was packed, and...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

sch · will fr '- i 1; . Jn - r ^r . :a- corn-c .- . ,nM7saythat 1 lh1v rr- er !IŽ ''I l :1rn re c'Y tclte or saloýFac _aabrr-acmbrc 1;: atiio id·; ý h:',lt · acrrR. E. Pr~iz, MaiT·! · i".:r ý.;.~?c.tn.i. Tn-·rittn.;vri t..',.. 1 ýie: + Uo.zcu:: t2:. ease of viout .1[T .'L A'_ ýicc enchrhtltr . o:ecinticld. Writs: 1ýI hok brCC K ýcz. ýdrr':ti -s re- 'Istcvn -e yu hrnidt` s 1""i' entry urch h 1d r-ickc-! :s fctioc-l . -wossablc to 3tr&L F. Ci rsi-ut, Mourmy Thri-'dt. writcs : I have nuset ~Sk risLico F~e Zf '.er-2 t~o~ a!Iti haice ee a~ krrowu $_.B scrert.Tutivnda. wzitcs: It a'ilI alwys fi n: Sosc1 its iti lt a2 &i; er- no:: ?.;_. c ci :st ot ltoe r ;W: REi3 08 frTar .IONS. i~epren7'3e 7 s~ and Cofic ýFcwr3"z l he - i y reliable Re- i. *rnediy. C`':" ~-r'~· , WI.. E. E W*·· LEZ: ~~ L ONil v ý S: T:ltL~~NA,~ ::1h A ustra.li a...4 .: ý S OL I C ITOR S, P1'3ICErf -STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of W alpeup.? ADVANCES ARRANGED 'M- ON MALLEE LAY, DBS AND TOWNS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

A i t e nra i Cost of ne y al t o ,T Bargains are being offered in Every Department. APes.a1 aInspection is necessary to realise the value o the. Art" h- are being offered at unhear?d Low Prices. .- C ROERTS, OUYEN. T , . . - - I J. G AT Z. Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water Manu facturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. D. FULLER, GENERAL CARRIER, ALL GOODS left in my care Promptly and Carefully Delivered. J. J. NULTY, CARRIER, ETC., Walpeup. ° All Goods left in my charge Promptly Attended To. No Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's Kiora Hairdressing Saloon. (Next Waters' Hotel). RoWQ-STRE~T, - Ouvr 2 Cleanliness Civility, and Best of Workmanship Guaranteed Electric MIiassaglng. A Wonderful Invention i Healthful and Invigorating I TRY IT ! For Falling Hair Try Kiora Hair Tonic. Razors set and Sharpened. Smokers' Requisites, Fancy Goods, Jewellery, etc. .'Printing-The Art Preservative, Ouyen Mail Printing Works. OKE-STRE?T. OUHIN. W. M.. Gillespie, PRODUCE ...

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Ouyen Effort. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

nOyen MHort. 1 Tomorrow the sports meeting in aid' of the Red" Cross Fund- is to be held at Ouyefn._- O'wing "to the gloriors rain, the sports .ground , is untenable, and aftercareful'inspec tion and consideration, the com mittee decided that the most suit able spot on which to hold the out ing is near the Ouyen rowti dam. The spot is idyllic, and as every one is now in absolutely the .best of humor on account of the rain, there is sure to be -a bumper at tendance. Proceedings will com tnence at 1.30 sharp'with the horse parade and inspection- of stallions. Owners who wishr their animals to be examined by the Government vet. should make an especial note of the time, as the sports program is such a lengthy one that no time must be lost in getting off the events. There is footracing, horse racing, sundry side events, and the children are also being catered for. Refreshments will be procirable on the ground, and taken altoge ther, then, the day should be one cf pleasure and profit. In ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local And General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

L.cta h ~nd General. -oppvdaticn demands increased iac2a?µies, and our district is so ra p2id jreasing in population that w.: e pporttrnities for voting are a cj 'ta-at demand. Duddo Wells is the 'h st addition to the listbof pol JLig oo? b, notification to that ef feet !5aing been received at this ,uice thzrogh Mr. S. Sampson, M:..P., trom the Chief Electoral C rýS~r Just as well to know in time. It wil! interest a number of our rea ders io learn that it is the intention of WValpeup shire council to enforce the Width of Tyres Act from No veuber e neest. You will need to be careful when getting ready to cart that record harvest. Farmers having stcck in to graze should take partictl; r notice of the fact that M1Ir. Ml'Intyre, Crown lands bailiff, has received instruc tions from headquzarters to see that all acistment stock be removed at once frcm lien crops. Thiscsution is given gratuitously, and we don't want anyone to blame us. if They Iave the Snuffles.-Tf your children haze the s...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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In The Trenches. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 August 1915

In The Trenches. __Q-·0- Under date 19/3/'15, Sergeant A. Glen writes the following to his parents :-While sitting in the trenches waiting for some more shooting to do. I thought I might as well write a few lines to you.   There was a big attack this morn- ing, so we were called out early; it was easily repulsed. Last night and this morning I receives eight   letters in all, and was so glad to get some news from Victoria. I received my birthday cards while in Egypt, Mr. Richardson's being   the mark as I got it the day before, while all the rest were about six days early. We get no fruit here   like we used to in Egypt, but do not do badly, getting plenty to eat and drink and losing little sleep; we are also supposed to be the best fighters so what more does one want. The Turks give us a bad name; they don't like our charges   at all. The latest news we have   of the war is that Italy is in to it. Will be ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Handling The Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 August 1915

. aandling Tae Harvest. Mr. R B'o &dR.Žcis, M.L. C.. atend.s tile fl to 2: cops of an ;eTtfl Lt-. -'i" "iich he has laid ti.-o .)lrnilu- nnde' ý'ýýi e io pr ý.,', al I ard.,xe to x > 'ova? * omni'ss on on te Han t'ing 'F `re ctn in d19 and coniv to t I- 1C . r..._.. ' i re..t .rito operation t the coi no e ihere _ no d c'nbt inl toy_ mindd ý.32ý greait oilr-saic"i and L'e -t .pient lossC tie farmerfs will~ re-i "a..''i'rci7 :1t eerltors will not bee reT''' .. ^ tin ~S~ts at the coonl- i ronrerlv, and many loads of wheat' rill be ret9lrn the f* arms or! to L~. at h m-ercy,' of speculaitors or exposed to iy de pedators ,that maybe about. Ez -- year :art of i1"ece'v ber in 'anuarv and February The bnlk o- oer harvest is carted S, o- _ ached. on s torage by the y I: nie-ss an hel f or a fav'orable ý':.:5ng t-o \L._ This comiifng , r new n fa ctors will operate to t-pp set ournrllac~-~;;~~I cau~se :1z- cooc e rtict above referred to: I-r T _ý'a u.tt2'O't we uave Lý'tý ferie o ...

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Cuyen Red Cross Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 August 1915

'n f Rd -Gr ss Appeal.' L£ : I'resideut, Cr. H. Picker , CoLnOaittee, Messrs. WV. Mitchell, S.:..er, j. Hoare, W Jolinsao:, E. <"' St le, D. 11Fuller. G , :ý Vre, W. Nattr-s, . critt, \. C. v . " ith , . re.?ks; S. Rcv:, A.. ý.-"oper, A. Stephe:ns; Gate keepers, I: s"rs. J. M'Lean and L. ,M' Ras. 1'Ira.: the fountain of c;ar:ty- is cy o mcans dry 'was amply proved at Cuen on tday last. en tie Recruiting Commilittee d eci:edi to hoid a sports meeting and enter t.p:,nent in aid of the Red Cress i- ds, there were not a few to r <:a' the wisdom. sae season v:ses Ieli, bu % that was no fi-- ci on for a .'dti faatfi:-; there "'alreldy n" ' ,b ,out. udhe c ,::mr ittee thuc'ugc? s.:i erentl, and p:etir=' Messrs \V. Giell<w rie and P. Crosbieto the sccretarial duties, co;'ntted themseives 'v.ith helping. -e ;ather ...r:o: ooki too pic ci'lr ?in :e ': r t ,, but. whed a s ret for tuie chosen sportse dround, the fine n.tonc y; the smal nthuber of onmbd a vers i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 August 1915

ý-?Nl s. ,; ci n:ore cb titive or tacti c "-. ----on; -- L inhuamnh s-v a m r and -. .h. .dllw-;": !-.r ai .Q o "ou- , x-le im <--i ni-i, teil . ' ' ,ir C.C,. c n::,= .d:t ' . -. s-i:ucr " "'?:,n c-.n y rn.hienti '^ds , 5 i..:' ' c.t^" ^cub ic_, ."4- -. Sil »-:d't, * fc . !'" .i s ftio n d. l c.vvinLw " - in - fck.,c<. was able to ]e=eur..:deres a=id a;d Colic .^ ' '*rap 's:c :I a- e c.y reli£ ' o e :iRe-e o used . P'Scknn cc-tn -2 U ir-v ..'O .D £: , s. c .known Chemis, TANUNDA, South Australia. BLCS .S C LCiT R d'Solicitcrs to 'the Shire of Walpeup.c Id Friday. Ulu, 'U~ zml, Friday. f IF1A) 0 IF' l: SDNE~Y C 1io 'iIttO'o'ir'pi to ul ' trs~ c iii uirwo 0 A ~ i f l r I II..'-l ori t. Wh C l ruoictb to n, '1t tOo, cu ffti LIcr : c u Ilt(I~[If, !L i~ p. !l Uflitl~rdu It lc w , Itt r,, oret ft1/O (u/ '/ /O /tc I O~ /to ;clip p u 0arfO t ~t ..f Untoo C' ,nc~ out of' (u"orot ut-mu tut truop"- r I otbulcý it ton fI uuruuduul osiuh, EtR ANCtPII" tun tho Cht/Cf cauts! ...

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