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The Ouyen Mail 10s per year in advance Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, JAN. 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 30 January 1914

I- ---- A correspondent, in another column, writes on the subject of street planting of trees. This is certainly a matter that should re ceive consideration. Apart from beautifying the town, it would tend to minimise the dust evil, which is cne of h4e greatest troubles the townspeople have to contend with. Rows of trees in Oke, Rowe and Fa:rre!i streets would have some effect. There is no need to wait for Atreets to be formed-that could take place afterwards. Water cer tainlv. is scarce, but there are iim~; -r?otieC. ofT trees which need very little of that precious fluid Conld not the Council take some action, and with the assistance of some of the townsfolk, make a 1start in the imatte:? SAt thie meetin? of the WalpeHs iEast A.dv"iory Committee held or !21st inst., the question of a watec :supplv for Ouyen was discussed. !Cr Pickering insisted that those 'who had to pay for this schenle ishould be consulted before going on with it and s!uggested that ifthe sceeme were se-t on to h...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

L. Kfc.^^- sY ir Bl acksmith and Wheelwright, OKE-STREET, OC't EN, Stripper Combs a specialty A. T. HALL -UYEN EN . =TCRE - C tre.kte '. prV0i!.& FIt the t r ,liale farrniture o Our Catalogae wil Civsoe syos gUr I r FTort - e ne fit f or out-of-tons friends we have isse~d a big FSurn-itr?e talo. e, ? n?"y il INs ytrad and? erice .mis ot t el e furniture a~side y, can get-aPd it is free for the as?ing. teh it w-e send furnishi-ng iiss, showing com nT--irsos for compietely furishaing homes Tf al sizes, . W have set a standard in Furniture making.e Evzrything we sell is gara teed to ba worth S e7eC-y pieceny of its price. he coprise2s etued arge so-und4, soid .rd weH seasoned. The maZig is done S y feurritiue mn-lers of ione; the frame the designs dare imoin, thed iniig o p ec . We have J everythinE in furniture that _-e witrn priced as low .as you want it. Gernt' Lounge Chairs, upholstered in .saddle-baqg 7 or tpestries, from ... 37 6 SpecIt,-9 piece Oak Dining Suite, coprises...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

; :.? wit!h Iopinions c.- ia ;r corre-s n e-nts). -": - I"'"OR O)F CGI U N MA,. \I t u o l the lands. vounag l rood advice,: but. underi ::instances it is as in the : ),r oil-better to be the i thie receiver. " : Co or, to f ,OuIur m:.in, .if you v want' urn:e : fntish a cott: ge" Sa girl, there w ,ill e o :1"i,' in haste and -re-, It leilre --yon'!l rneert. !ei!ure to repent i Gi ! o ,, yonu1g man, all you: Ssta t is' a strong bac:k, 4,tout heart, thne orking ullock i Sa blacksmitl's ( and pounds in t alent in hoe.; lid rerve enouglt:' e next you wi!:'t pounts will be;, Imposition withit aloitng and your ly work out at' .r thye ·4-t....- ItLis: some farmlers nev out of the,' of land, which;: the world say the people, one; uch right to iti operor of China, who have made e products of th'e rder to find than se of a farmer's rorn the diary kept: (Mr G. Feitz, of 7 Mr Feitz bought lid at Hopetoun, and arranging for urchase money to ent. Bad seasons ayments could not compound interest p...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

s i F l and will continue till the whole of the sto ar is disposed of. C t e , : . 545 I I ite I- p tb Tal D s. g u t Me's Khai Trousersood qu.lty driI, pric 1s 3d pair. . ., SF l ce of our Clothing stock will be Isd pair, reasonable oaer rfu C : sa price, d yd. the roney sa prc 2 FIGRES { e aand will continue till the whole of the stock is disposed of. S ctin Knife hat s been rive in right to the hlt r to ere Seasonable Goods at Less than MelbouatrneP Prices Space will Rot flite Calico, free froni dressing, 54;u. White Sheeting, u5at ic i 7at price Ise hread Hose for the' t0, ualde, rs= price, 7s 6d; Sale sale priCS3 Is YC. is 9d ; ?-a? price, Is 4d yd. summer, usual price ls 9d; Sale o cme ear Unbleached Tale Dmask. gd value a Men's Khaki Trousers, good quality dril, a as ever been eld O. emer- Filaye, Se. January, s Opening Day, pice, Is 3 yd. uual price 4s 6d; there is no sual ord s profit ind Rhos sae, a or saes. wil p et S ROCRI i AT D blane of our Clothg stock will be 6 .e f ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Result of Deputation to the Government. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Result of Deputation to the Government. A deputation aprointel at Mur rayville last week to represent settlers in the Walpeup shire. awaited on the Minister for Lands CMr Lawson) on Monday, to re quest assistance in the form of an extension of time wherein to make good their payments of rent, as would enable them to recover from the bad season that they have passed through. Owing to the representations made by the depu tation an Enquiry Board (consist ing of Messrs Selk and Carey) will -isit the districts and take evidence re seed wheat and assistance at the following places : Oyen-February 12. 9 a.m., Public .Hall Galah-Peb. 13, 10 a.m., Pubic Hall Walpeup-Feb. 14, 9 a.m.; Public Hall Underbool-Feb. 16, 9 a.m., Pub lic Hlail Boiuka-Feb. 17, 9 a.m. Tutye--Feh. 18, 9 a.m. to 12 mooni Cowaugic-Feb. 18, 2 p.m. Settlers are requested to supply the following particulars re their blocks: No...... Parish......... Area......... Nature and value of improve ments.................. Area under ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Raising the Ave[?] Wheat Yield. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

SRaising the Avi, Wheat Ylell d.3 An ilhlutration of theeri -.ry high yields that are of in Victoria, even in a . the as the past, comes fr: -•- From many centres insta,: laln 1'. cited to show how the:. , t farmer has been maitIi ' the mental in raising the via ave an unvonted eminence.i -on on the other hand, the n' thriftless man is reslc:, i not letting it go much hi; liune ssrs success of Mr \V. CG. A i to of Gerang, near Nhill, 'I!. : utes advertisement \Vitor;o ijt |.,nre&s .has ever vCC L ' at the same tRie, it;s-' eds ireflectior. upon the ir, >xic many of our wheat :c-: e of an area of '400 acres I' Ilee wtod has this year lar i:tin 1 ato average of 41 he r to i rIhe Victoria's average prred? lose between 10 and 11 K: ite Calic 1 of i year it will be slightiv- -ide cs 'ted 13 bushels)- .and 'Mr :e 4 11 rre- has dermcntrated h.:t i.c te. and ery abe to almost quadrup' D t: d (y hat (tity produced on the- arcra de- That Nhill this year !has Roller the a .paIticqrl...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Late Telegrams. DEATHBED MARRIAGE. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Late I egrarals. [%i WIRE.] DEATHBED MARRIAGE. Loudon, Wednesday. - Mr Schotieild, a pioneer railway builder in America, aged S0. was married oil Ius cideathed to ia bricd ahed iears. Three hours after the ceremony was performed Mi Schofield died.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Newspaper Subscriptions. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

SNewsapper Subscriptions The following are the decisions of various courrs n,: the suhiect: I. Subscriber. who do not give i express notice to the contrary are Sconsidered as intending to renew ; the subscription. j 2. If sul.cribc-rs ordcr the dis continaance of their newspaper, the publisher may continue to send it until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribcers neglect or re fuse to take their p pers from the Post-office to which they are di rected, they are- resocnsi.ble until they have sett!ed their bills andI ordered their papx-rs to be discon tinutd. i 4. If subscri.'t-rs move to other places without inforn :rg t-.e pub- c lisher. and Ithe papers .re sent to tht former I <kcre-s, -.. subscrrhers are held resoons;sil F; e jp

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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BANDITS KIDNAP GUESTS. Pekin, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

BANDITS KIDNA' GUESTS. i Pekin. "Weduest4ay. \V ile a wealthy Chinese mer char.at at N-an'litg was entertaining h30 friends at a banquet on tlhe ca s1 ii an's marriage, ,{ They tired upon the guests, 2.2 of 'whom were killed. The bandits then fled to- the mountains, kid i.1uapping 2( guests.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Destruction of Mallee Shoots. SOLVING THE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Destruction of -Mallee Shoots. --- -»--- -Sjt· SOLVING THE PROMBLEM. The economic destruction of mallee shoots has been one of the problems which has given cccu piers of new lands more worry than enough. The difficulties experi enced in keeping down the shoots i for the first four years after the initial rolling of the scrub have demandtd careful attention from the scrub farmer, and in many in stances have forced him to limit his clearing-operations. A machine has been invented by Messrs Hailet and Harris which is said to 1 poss-ess all the necessary attributes 1 .to render the.,,succesfui _treatment nup avenues of usefulness by. he destruction of noxious ,needs, r fungi spores, and harmful or toxic , oil bacteria. The primary use of the invention is to kill offE mallee Sshoots, and a trial was held at SCoomandook early in December to jdemonstrate its effectiveness. The . resuiL was satisfactory.... Those present were first shown. a patch of about one acre, which was treated by the ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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A SAINT OR A HUMBUG. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

A SAINT OR A HUMBI:G. London, Wednesday. Very Rev. Dr. William Inge, Dean of St. Paul's, lecturing at Zion College, said that many Chris tian ministers find in social politics a welcome refuge from teacidng dogmas in which they no lo'nger be lieve. and which bore their con gregrations. A mealn, he added, must be either a saint or a humbug to preach the gospel effectively and most cleariy. In neither case would the result be what Professor Har-, nack called " the acute sccularising' of Chirstianitvy."'

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

J P. Britt, nera Cceission Agent, OUYEN. -- r nAget For Masures. AGEST FOR : S??w s hea: Jo Aers Wheat bought in ani =tity fo. spct cash. Wheaj stored for 2 tmonthS r " charge- Cornsacs sold cnurTet rates aS^^?.2. . .Aaciden' S - mz?anfact;re, includirg Har vesters, Drri!s, Ploughs, C::I ivatoTr, Hiorsewvorks, Chain cutters, Bag Loaders. Hay' Rakes, Harrows, etc. IHAxLING & Sos's Famous Gig and Buggies. AUsTRALIAN MITUAI, PROVI DENT SOCIETY. The largest mutual- life ofce in the Bri tish Empire. Has the world's record for paying the largest -bonuses. Funds, .£28,000,000 ,- Divides profits yeariy. The Ouyen Hotel. (Under New Ma;:gime.t) iMR and MRS F. WATERS Late 1o Wycheproof. BEG to intimate that tiey have taken over the above Hotel, aid the travelling public can .eiy on having their every want ttended to. 3ARAGE AIRY Rooms, CO3IFORTAB?IE BDas. FIRST-CLASS - MEALS Brands of AI' av.' on Band d iio Waiting for a Shave Smith's jiora Hairdressing Saloon. <(? xt? 1/'a2...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLAR RELIEF EXPEDITION St. Petersburg, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

POLAR RELIEF IEXPEDIITION St. Petersbttrg, WViediesday. The Russian Government is fitting out a relief expedition for the Arctic to search for the expedition led by Lieutenant Sedof.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

State Rivers an Wate Supply Cojmmssion `LP- tP EAST AND T??ST 1 --TER,.VORfS DISTRtCTS. S .E TOR CROSBIE. Ouen, - 7 be glad if settlers will assist i.u?i and act to their oan advantage ?. inormin r him of any wind .iils, tanks, etc., that ire out of order and need repair. n1i the Court of Insolvency, . Midliand District at Mildura. J NOTIC is hereby given that the .zstate of James e.nry Usher )f T'empy farmer has been se?ues-. :rated, and that a General meeting > Creditors n rhi nie.etxtng1 :: Thees at a, tIdura on ?t ursd'ay, the 2th day of February A.D. 1914, at he hour of Half-past Ten o'clock a the forenoon, for the Election of 'rustees and for the other pur .ses mentioned in the 53rd Section f the Insoluenry Act 1890. Dated at Mildura this 30th day fJanuary A.D. 1914. F. G. FOSTER, Chief Clerk. LAND SALE = AT OUYEN. n a Date to be fixed-about end of February, 1914. (Full particulars next issue.) Dalgety & Co. Ltd. AVIE received iustructions from - Mrs .. Allern, sole...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

wHEAT WHEAT Messrs Harvey Dann & Co (Millers and Gre!n ''-r .a,2t I Gece"ug Buyers of Wheat in any Quantity sianjers-The Ba. of Victori;, Oliver-. HIGHEST 1RICES GtVEN SSee our representative on the Ouvien Wei, nbridge. S. B. THOMAS & CO. Sole District Re^ esenutaives" - :pstal Address-OUver Wheat B1uyer. OUYEN. 0 U Y E 14. AGENT FOR Mellor Bro..' Strippers and Plows Deering Harvesters, Binders and Drills, IHC Engines Robt. Reade Buggies and Gigs M'Glashan Chaffeutter Dairymaid Separator . North British Ins-urance Co. (Fire and Live Stock) TO LET. 4-Roomed Villa (recently occu pied by Constable Davie): bathroom, stables; 6000 gallons storag-- tanks, water laki on to eitchen and bathrco:n. Apply D. CROSBIE. To Subscribers. Subecriber-. te the OC'YE MAI. who do not receive their Papers rcgrularly are kindly requt-sted to at once notify in rriting Twk PorPFi.res The Ouyen Butchery. Only Prin;-st of Meat Stocked. GRACE & SCOTT, Wholesalt and R etai Butchers. MISS...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

-. - _ -- ', o Y C14 ?au bished Fridlay Xforn-tl P R-Cl- 3D R eady to ,eet the Requr kenel of the Peo pfe! SOBERTS ANNUAAL-@Y A I A7 Come and -, .u,.. q a .o m e an d S e e i t. S rr n g. t he Clai" d rx . A ll a g e s a re w e b c om e . Ipeciai Holiday Prices for Prsen There is Ns Better PlacI 'orMforn Value! ia13 Brl2sh Sens. Ieattir .r is -:s o~~tr Better Plc for:- LiV ~3z ~ - V ) x AJI ýýý, "tar- $ý ri~h·~- L; a ~·r·! ýc)al lc _all, descriptions, uý0o1. y Fi n S Y_" j irfe ter Sv.x k Sraf t1 ;s, e cO~'dia~tv iiqvrtel to .n e Qe CH. RGSERT. Mia? AGENCIES-Tc--01 ShBarer & Sn, 621 eQnny, S.A.; Dav t Shearer & Co, ' (ann, S.A.; Ln`ernation~I &ir~rer (3.. M:-¼3--T-_ 4 I *Ž Sisson MeIbxitrne: Waringr Bros., Mketoiirne. WHEAT BUYER ', r J2;. ~ii &C.. 4te :itrlrie and =arc-b.rorlgI2; 1. j 27 x. .4, h;u.r"iie Ol ee of ýatitra~i~. N iAWL ., ement & Machine dMakers4 Warrackabe " "- "-g,, .1 SHarvesters, STSp-Jump PF ýl, SulOti ators, Harrows, Discs,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

SThe deputation which waited on the Minister of Lands on Monday, was introduced by Mr John Gray, ' M.L.A., and the speakers were ;,,Messrs Southgate, LeCouteur, and SHolst. They resented the sugges ition that bad crops were due to the I unscientific methods of cultivation, land said that thousands of acres Swhich had been properly cultivated jhad not returned a bushel of wheat jto the acre, and there were more 3athat had returned from half to one bag to the acre. Settlers were prac itically at a standstill having reached ,the end of their capital and having no means of securing credit. SSportsmen should note that under a.n Order in Council just passed the |close season for wild ducks; teal, and all kinds of wild geese has been altered. It will begin on 1st July *in each year, and end on 10th Feb ruary, both days inclusive. The same protection is to extend to all kinds of honey-eaters, except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kinds of plover other .than southern stone plover or cur...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

CHiriCH SE RVICES. Angli "I" Church-Ouv-ena I Linga 1I (H.C.), Underhod Nvang. 7,3(:, Tutye 3, Murrai 7.30. Methodist ChtIrh - Yeil 11, Walpeup 3, Oiuyeý 7.30,. N. Hicks Presbyterimn Churci - P 1. Galah 3, Ou 7e , 7, Re

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Obituary [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Obitrary v > Another of the pi-oner in the person of M: Pail' zie; who selected land at H. sqne 24 years ago, and -: resibded ini the district: e passed away on Sunday, in !year. ie had been ai!in-g tune so that his death , ia!t;oetl:cer "anexI.,ected t '·aOnmonst the. first farn:e settled at Hopevale. Deceased was a ri.tive i ford, Isle o Skye. Ther r iborn in 1843. At the 4; years, he arri;ed in A !iaudin" at Melbourne, aci lqueu:tiy, with his paren, -at Nortllake, in the weste:: -of Victoria. Upon attai., hood ht- followed tie o.::;. 'a carrier,. b-ing enipiov?; , road e fro .. .Vrrnar o 'selection took plce i :cc : s-tiera diceased s?told hi i, 1-he bad purchased at.11 cr took upp 'and at Dnua-: ,Miny'ip. He reuain;cd -pericd ot 17 year-, whir: jdcathi of his wxife he c:': mtnai:ce, se'ciectinig land t-.1 ;24 years ago, his ori;::i , b heingl that at present r.c: LtMr P. KCels . 'to whom: ;e, 1i904. n that year hi, i hMr Chas. M'Kenzie, 0- ; ,ia mal ee allotment at N; 'ie was...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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CHINESE WITH OPIUM. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 6 February 1914

CHINESE WITH OPIUM. Adelaide, WVednesday. Vun Took, a Chinese firemen on the steamer King Edward, now at Port Adel:aide, came to town last night, and when crossing North Terrace ',? observed by two Cus tcm~s ,,a l. They followed him up a i?. n;,-r:, where the officers took h'i11 i: clhmar e and searched hit . They fouud four tins of liquid opinzan, worth about ".&30, on him. At the Police Court to.. da- ic was, scntenced to three mo;nhc' simri' omr - nt PITBY W WWWWF

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