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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

+·; . .... ...C---~~. _ _ GRO, , DRAPES, IR RGE EReH. iTS, TDNYT _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ __ i _ M H I N y 2 - . .EN T S. pposite Post t? Oke Street, Ouen. ~i3 ST ANN ALL L T- . I a INES. AGENTS roa ALL THE LEADING MEAKERS OF FARM IMPJlEMENTS AND MACHINERY. DRAPER, ?-RO ER, IRON MONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. ROWE-ST. OUYEN. Reasons Why You Should USE .ddle iW2= ,: .. v - 1. Youe can set your .machine so -hat"in =... i ....e--, r:"n can work one withourt loslang vwheat. " Yon can -l..a the . :-- ho- ihearv te crop. 3. You reduce the sct, oi cr fa d e o a ram.i thaus saving draught and lengthening the lIfe of l:,e harvester. 4. ';u ind it impc;siole to iose wheat even in a patchy crop. 5. You du awa: with ficcdi.g. 6. You never repeat a useless stream of wheat, ribs and other kinks of rNobish in the heading elevator. 7. It niakes a perfect sample, ann i on cniv use the one r~idde. 8. It always keeps clean in thirties or rubbish, and vi!I not choke Iike the old style. 9. Y'ou can engag...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Local and General. We ir?e to 0o it. !:~t mnsat. A few m'es a)o wPe be -id the p*ol1 ndi re vefnuc oy sendi:g un a tbig ibat.oh .t acuounats, but so far the response hms been almost microscopic Jusat loi,k at the one you ot, and no matter bhv small, it wiil help. Donations to the District Soldiers' and Walpeop Bed Cross munds keep addine up. The latest we are asked to acknowledge is Mi. ~. Cresp, 10/. A5 Ouyen police court on VWedes: day, Messer. Rowe and Pickertn , J's P., occupied the bench. David Shern rer got vericts aeainst W P;yne fir £20 7/6, PR. Brooks, .40 19/Iil ',.di P. O. H. Thomas £15 6/11, witi 26/ cot~s in esob case. M. Cotter citlun ed £24 12/ from M. Mellinigoo;n aid got a verdiqt, with.35/ costs. Mr.Park appeared fodi the complainant in earh; ueas .RAfr noni 'liii timi-Lct with h V,:ocinti~o -. At, f'.W. S~mupson, A .. R \o ,QU~m n J. G We land w-are tined 20/ each. Cornear On iuiexuecredily. L )iDircrhoe-. contes on unexpecte-rly andi leftfore cepa tienrt realises...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Seek and —." [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

"Seek and -- ." Neive· before i tL-e hi~sory of Austr alis hals there been moOe food for tnhough thban uow. More espe cially doL tdhis apply to the primary prodocer. I That he is puzzled is no wooder, for the position is one of deep dounbt and seuspicimn. LaEst week there appeared in the metropo litan datilies a statement of the ac counts of the Victorian Wheat Conm mission; and it is a docuiment of great interest . If there is a redeem •ing fteature abountit,-it is the clear ness of the figures. They are such as to make the greatest~ dnce under-' stand. Take the dr. side The sum totatlis £7,872,940 11/, hut of this the vendors, i.e., the ernwers, re ceived-anpparently £7,059,514l 7/, leaving £814,426 3/7 ito charges. Of the lat;tei, rail freight absorbed £429,855 9/3, nd the irnmmendiately followirg item, L"Advi.rj -t:* ;,trnts icr couniiIis-on," ia tie ne. ii r LU [h1 OLliln to Ln 1lt i. I ,s gta ,tOO Salaries s Lb ri lir trhe ver y rrsp-.:t able sum of £4672 I.5/8, which cer tail...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Well Worth Careful Reading [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Well Worth CarefuI Reading 0 Writing from Toronto (Canada), under date 25th September, the Hon. R. Bloomfield Rees, M.L.G., says: "I am in splendid health, and having a fine but busy time. I am working this district while staying here, but will continue my journey east next week, going via New York to Liver- pool. Total prohibition came into ef- fect here on Saturday with wonderful results. Nearly all Canada is now 'dry,' and the results and what I have already seen have greatly impressed me. I am convinced bulk handling of wheat as carried on through Wes- tern Canada is not all we in Australia think it to be. The farmer is cer- tainly taken down under it-more so than under our bag system. Our Go- vernment should send a commission of practical farmers to look into it on the spot before plunging us into the scheme of elevator building. The latter part of this extract is worth reading over again.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
In The Home Land. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

In The Home Land. Writing from Lark Hill Camp, Sa lisbury Plains, L.Cpl. Jack Willough by (formerly an employe in the MAI. office) sends the following very inte resting letter: We were three weeks on the water after leavina Capetown, and during that time we went through the sad experience of two burials at sea. We duly arrived at Devooport on the 11th inst. (August), after a voyage of seven weeks and two days, and it be gan to get rather monotonous. We were supposed to have met an escort of destroyers, but they did not turn up, and when we got to port we found they had been engaged with three submarines within 20 'miles of us. Two subs. were sunk and one escaped so we were in the danger zone. We pulled into port at 3 p.m. and disem barked. Then we entrained for the above camp, which is the biggest in the world, being 14 mites squary. We had a look round in the morning and were slightly surprised. Talk about it being a small town-it is a veri table city of tin huts, with shops, etc. ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tempy Tepics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 November 1916

Tempy Topics. As the result of a flower show held at Tempy East State school, the head teacher, Miss Fleming, will have the pleasure handing over to the Dis-     tressed Returned Soldiers Fund some £33.           There will be a large number of     our boys leaving the District after the   28th, February, to fill the gaps in France. But who is going to fill the gaps here?   A wrorkiJ: he is to be hbEM a: :hI T p ?:ee;?= tsr:,i Wh o` 4 ~;- ,.: ; v,.y:. TNris is c-' OE rk nC2 I n- of cne climesP, andi we rof c.113 iwf '3~rirs toj L~re&-e. he-ra tr-"p ? f?' -" a rue. a . A za;d,?~~ :d.* e:;::,,<,t : '?U? soSdicL by 3t i ?rrf . OThrishi 'I Ims? :an ies:mber f~ainz , mattzernd., t1~eve.j-eci -usk 1e ..mile i tfet nct eo.sec-;t . ? , Tu-on, T5u-? briinchp?' iof i', V.?e., iet LItc \ni , ir. . :Lik me-"i-r b i 0e . i- . t. - ding-...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. SUNDAY, 19th NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Underbool, 11 a.m.; Welshman's Plains 3 p.m.; Linga, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

Church Sere\yes. SUNDAY, 19th NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Underbool, 11 a.m.; Welshman's Plains 3 p.m.; Linga, 7.30 p.m. The Sacrament of Holy Baptism will be administered after the Second Lesson at any service

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Referendum. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

The Referendum. iNot done with yet, C. G. Lear, of Timberco South, replies: Sir,-My letter on conscription rnus have contained a few home trutnhas, for I notice M r. Fra vley shirks the issue, but in some vague mouth ings, the point of which is as well concealed as his pF?trioism, he tries to glorify hiimself and malake a d- -ooi of men. In America there is an animal named the skunk, which when ;o__ered, eects ma!lodor orer his as pailant. I'm nnot comaring Mr. Frawley to a skunk; that would not be air-to bthe skunk. I don't know i-hat King Lear's delusion was in re gard to the kingdom, but perhaps, he Too, e7pectea tnmax every a umU fight like h- for it. So far as his other quotations from Shakespeare are concerned, he may just as well talk in the Yellow Streak Ianguage,or what may be more congenial, proGer man, for all I can uodertand. I ne ver said "bludgers stood behind their women for protection," but I, stand corrected, and yield to Mr. Frawley's superior knowledge. But perhap...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Melbourne Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

The Melbourne Cup. A! Despite the enforced postponement the attendance at Flemington on Sa turday, to see ?the Cup race, was very nearly up to the usual, and excite ment quite equal to that of previous years. As forecasted in our last is sue, the itew Zealand owned Sasan-I of, ridden by F. Foley, grabbed the big ebeque and trophy. We learn that some of the cash ccmes to the district, but doubt if it balances whas went out. Following were the results Melbourne Cup. Stead and Lattrell's br g Sasanof, by Martian-Ukraine, Syrs., &.13, ... (?. Foley) 1 J. Widdis and J. Mills' b h Shep herd King, 6y., 8.3, (R. Lewis) 2 T. C. Tait's b h St.Spasa, a., 9.1 ... .... (M. Connell) 3 Lingle was fourth, and the other start~rs were Carlita, Amata, Marcol fus, Prince Bardolph, Quinologist, 'Wallace Isinglass, Wallalo, Green Cap, Aides, Bee, The Christiau Bro ther, Sunbury, WVolaroi, Torbane. Honorious, Juan Fernandez, Stage land, Mafioso, Lucky Escape, East court, Agathon, Orillia, Rathbfar...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
This Is Definite. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

This Is Definite. There wiil be a meeting of the Onyen branch of the V.F U. on Sat urday afternoon, the business, as us unal, being most important. .,In con nection with the pooling arrange ments, we commend the following to members, as it shows j?lst that spirit we want to see among the Victorian farmers, and no harm could come from the district branches urging the Executive to take similar measures: At a meeting of farmers and set tlers at Burzumbuttock, N.S.W., the following resolutions were carried for recommendation to the Executive in Sydney: 1. That the farmers be asked to contribute 3d. per 100 bags towards the payment of a salaried auditor to audit wheat pool accounts on behalf of the farmers of New South Wales. 2. That approval be given to a proposal to sell the whole of the sur plus wheat of New South Wales to the Imperial Government at a price which would return the grower not less than 3/6 delivered at country railway stations. That committees be appointed to inspect wh...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Binder v. Harvester. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

Binder v. Harvester. There has been frequent discussion on the above subject, and 'quite re cently it has cropped up again. No one denies that our present populaer system is wasteful--criminally so. The stripper and harvester each leaves on the ground more than suf ficient grain to sow the area harves ted. It has been shown, chiefly by the evidence of Mr. G. A. M'Keown, manager of the Wagga Experimental ?Farm, that by the use of the binder and thresher, more grain is collected, strzaw of a better quality conserved, and the weed pest reduced. Since then Professor Perkins, Director of Agriculture in South Australia, has made an interesting contribution to the discussion that has taken place. Professor Perkins considers that the use of the binder might appreciably relieve the labor problem in the com ing harvest, that is wherever tbreshers are available. He suggests that com binations of farmers should establish a thresbing gang and visit each farm in rotation. Each man would cunt and ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

GROeERS, DRAPERS, IRON~OGERS, MER~HANTS, AND OEMMISSION AND IMACHINERy 1ENpS \ROBERTS - & = GOLLESPIE,k , Opposite Post Office, ?l? ke Str~ eH-EAPEST = AND = B?ST = IN = ALL = LINESo AGENTS FOR ALL THE EADIENG MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMIENTS AND M{ACHINERY. Coffey ros - PTY. LTD. ---- FAMOUS - - . I1NKERS, BUGlGIES, CARTS, WAGGON1S, HARNESS LIGHT and HE.AVY. BEST LES S OFLEfiECD. WTrite For Catalogue. 187 Queeni-st., Melbourne. Works, Richmond S. DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMOONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. ROWFE-ST., OUYEN. SReasons Why You Should USE Smith's Patent Harvester Riddle. 1. You can set your machine so that an inexperienced man can work one without ceing wheat 2. You can always use a full comb no matter how heavy the crop. 5. You reduce the speed of your fan and riddle to a minimum, thus saving draught and lengthening the life of the harvester. 4. You find it impossible to lose wheat evenin a patchy crop. 5. You do away with flooding. 6. You never repeat a -inless stream of wheat...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

everseas Tobacco Fund. For the above fund we have recei ved the following donations : S Amount previously acknowledged : ... ... £16 13 0 A Bob (wedkly) [making 2/] 1 0 A Grifithse 2. O

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Public Economy Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

lic Economy Campaign, .c,,ura~ed no doubt by the ap split in the Labor Party, the es Party has been galvanised 'icrity. A topic of universal . just now is the uew ~ taxation te ~ate Government, and the ,s Party has entered on the 2v;n with a big show of vigor. ai special meeting of the execu hIld at Melbourne on Wednes the following comprehensive rn was unanimously carried : hereas the official statistics show bhrming increase in the cost of ordinary services of the Common th and the State, necessitating c3nfis~ation of of an undue pro ,ix of the earnings of the people the withdrawal from the vital acing interests of too large a part Ithe working capital of Australia, lenaed by the following table : .of increase for the last eight -Population, 23 per cent.; pro :ion per head, 27 per cent.; taxa per head, 45 per cent.; public per head (both these items ex ing War), 19 per cent., this Ex ire of the People's Party affirms (a) the cost of civil administra both Federal and State, is exce...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ever Strike You? [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

Ever Strike You? This little episode is none the less interesting or valuable because it is literally true. The proprietor of a eountry newspaper was urging a shopkeeper to advertise in his paper. "Oh, what is the use of advertising in your paper ? No one reads the Xag!" And what could the printer man say to that slap in the face? _Bnt time- good old Time-brings revenge. One day the aforesaid in sulting, tactless shopkeeper entered the printery, flurried-actualIy with his hat in his hand, and wearing a hope-I-don't-iotrude-but-can't-help-it look. "I was summoned before the court this morning for a small- sum, znd I don's want my name in the court report. I wish you to keep my ~oname out of your paper." "Keep your name out! Why?" "Well, you see, it might injure my credit if it appeared." "My dear fellow, it cannot possibly do you any harm." "'Why can't it do me any harm?" "'Well, this is how it is. When I -called upon you for an advertise ment for my paper, you refused,. as - snuring...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ke Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

[e Your District Known. ccerning same parts of the dis news comes but seldom. This is he fault of the Editor, for he has oP:F;culous power of knowing si happening in all the places S'reta of circulation. It is the of residents in the silent places. i.l some mbn or woman take the r in hand and cause the silence Pse? If no one else is doing it air district will iou try on these an accounts of public and social ts in your township or neighbor , such as weddings, deaths, acci ·, concerts, matters touching on Istries, etc. Secretaries of public emrns such as the Farmers' Union, aid their cause considerably in Wa?y. an't bother about grammar or ing; it is the Editoi's work to after these trifles. The barest tcon is enough. irite on one side of the paper ive information, but let criticism e.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New Chemical Wonder. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

New Cshemical Wonder. One of the greatest marvsels of in dustrial chemisrtry is the recent dis- I cover~y u?i 'b:Lklite. l Mr. John A. Crsig tells of it in 'n"World's Work." Camphor had goone up in price. A business house calls on Lee Bendirck Baekeland, an industr?i cbhemist, ard says, "Make us a subetitute ior c'ai phor; s',methl.g that looks, smells, and acsts ik- it, but tbha is cheaper." Re goes to work experimenting, and iid the uoutr of his work pus ca:r bolic acid and formaldehyde together in a glass and pours i n little hydro chloric acid to heat it up. An amaz ing thing occurs. The mixture hoils and foams and sizzles with intense heat;, and then settles down, and gradually hardens into a substance that hasn't a trace of either of the three chemicals in it, but is an nco tirely new material, the like of which does not exist -anywhere on earth un less made jeust that way. Who could be so rash in imagination 1 as to even dream that by *merely combining those three liquids one...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

The Xmas Mails For Europe elose Before October 30th. Those desirous of sendiug Greetings and Xmas papers to friends in Europe and Egypt will find an up-tn-date assortment of OVERSEA CARDS, and AUTOGRAPH . STATIONERY IN STOCK. ELECTRO PLATE JEWELLERY - FANCY GOODS ... -- GENTS.' Badium Dial Wristlet Watches, Wallets, Tobacco Pouches, Shaving Ontfitas, Silver Mounted Pipes, Dressing Cases, Ladies' Compaoiona, Boxes Perfumes, Jewel Cases, Hair Ounaments, Etc., Etc., Etc. ATBE . O E's, OUYEN -EAD OFFICS - SYDNEI. S~h, 'eneral Bariking B~usrine s " '"0 Cities and Towna of Auslralia. Lcndon. fewcr-h (Salisor'! P;Oinf z:r4 Rael a ut Cable remittances r=ade to. and draftz d.--s cn for-oi ~- lacs nL.c- oaoeg bills negotiated and cclectoed. Lete-?s of cr-edit is-ed C anT p±r- d -t e owrd Ban4k=i and Exchange BusIness of ev?r, dscriptica erxzac -d rc? dir_ C,::---am weal:h. CU:ited K~i-o·cm an! abroad. Cu .-.en ccuu c;-~ae tot- ;sd a? s tzed depcsits. Advacces made agaiost sprnv'ed scc...ies. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

Summer Complaint Irn Chlildren.-Dur -ing the snummer months children are sub jet to disorders of the bowels and should reeive most careful attention. As soon as ay looseness of thle bowels is noticed Chamberlain's Coiic and Diarrhoea Re anedy should be given. When children, are.teething they have more or less diar 7lhcea which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Re tedy at once. Sold by all storekeepers. PPLICATIONS will be received up Sto December 1st for the occupation of new shop to be erected opposite Ouyen Public Hall. For particulars apply J. H. Hunt. LOST.--Bay Colt, 4 years, bald face, Sbranded M near shoulder. Reward.t Geo. H. Matchett, Tiega. SHIRE OF WALPEUP. Annual Meeting. NOTICE is hereby given that the An nual MJeeting of the Shire of Wal penp will be held at Mnrrayville on Fri day, 30th November, 1916, for the par pose of finally examining and settling the accounts for the year ending 30th September, 1916. A copy of the audited statement of ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ended It. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

Ended It. An old age pensioner named Gee. Foller, who has been working around the district for some time past, apparently settled the argu meat to his own satisfaction as to whether life is worth living. He was ,in the town on Saturday enjoying ,bhimself in his own way, and armed -wijth a wee drop in the bottle for the morning, left. He spoke to several people on the road, apparently in the ordinary tone of health, and passing along the road between the railway and FairyDell, asked one resident to save him some Cape wattle seeds from a tree growing there. IHe then paseedon, singing and waving his bottle to emphasise his joy, but when he reached the boundary of Mr.~Hancock's property, he appar ently decided he had worked long Senough, for there he sat down, took a pocket knife and opened it, and de liberately cut his throat. Some boys who were playing in the vicinity saw theaction, and one of them, Harry Stephens, took the knife away and biked into the town in hot haste to ?pprise Co...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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