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How About It? [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 November 1916

Hc~ow About It ? \'e are told in loly Wvrit "The r -e "Lave n.lways with you." ri must not be taken too literally. -i ,I-t the poor in pocket that is u. Tha is obvious to the least ouThtful. There are the poor in vany respects. The poor in thought, t'finauce. in love, in patriotism, and ? ro means least, in health. It has n s"id, very often unfortunately, - u!terior motives, that the grand . aset of a nation is the health of people. It is a great truth, and -hu we impute wrong motires to Lme who have uttered it, we do so : the reason that while those who ,a parrot like repeated the phrase ra many a public platform and trnim, oftener thin not were in a .ition to do something definite to -Cerve that health, the opportunity :been neglected. Why ? Well, ais subject that does not appeal to e average elector so directly as dbes a new railway, the price of bags, the cost of freight, or even a grOant to the public library which no one uses. Successive Governments of Victora for the past twe...

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

[DENTISTRY.] J. W.- BROWNBILL. 3ILLDURA AsD MIARYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental BSoardt of Victoria.) ,1l visct Ouyen the Third WVednesday every mouth, and may be consulted at \Walsh's Commercial-House. .~r~r.-Corner Langtree Avenue and Eighth Street, 1Mildura. NEXT VISIT:" V cay I·ov. IS. "A CARD,- - ?E031 *jvj. . il. WEuTON, A.L.C.M. Trachcr of Piano, Violin.and Theory. Ouyen Coffee Palace. . B. WALTER, FAR LL.=S'P', OU.YEN. MIrravcille visited every alternate Thursday. . 3loney to Lend on Broad Acres. CIED1T -FONBER. " .. ON FARMS n sumzs from £50 to £2000 t 16 per cent. Interest. I from 1I p.e. in reduction of princi ,which pays of the loan in 27.. years. Loans granted on Freeholds or Crown aseholds, which could be.made free Id at any time on payment of the bal ce of Crown rents. No Charge 'For MIortgage Deed. Loans may be paid off on any half arly pay day, subject to a small charge paid off within the first five- years, but Spcnalty after five years. Fcnrms may be obtained at...

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

Ouyen Flour ailI. With a record season in front of us, and the general outlook good, from a purely local standpoint ast least, should remove the last dou.bS as to the prospects of success in the matter of the proposel flour mill at Ouyen. At the meetiug on Satur day the attendance was not :all that could be wished for, but there are many and sutficient reasons to sc count for this. The reasocs are so palpable as t. need no recipitulation here. Those present- numbering some fifty odd- were enthusiastic, and whate is more, instructed. That there was every prospect of success, with only "wo essentials requisite, was amply proved, and we see no reason to doubt the fuIfilment of the 'spira'tiou of the provisional direc nors- to have the mill in full work ing orderty June next. Mr. W. D. Mitchell occupied the chair; and incidentally, in opening 'the meeting, stated that one third of the sharesonecessary for flotation had heq uIaced - , Thx,, h is: A nesae ing, and'a s there are some enthu...

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

Local and General. Regarding the site of the new flunr mill at Cuyen;,the committee t3!se Ieetonte decided chit the little dim reserve near the south end railway crossing, is the most suitable. There are no difliculties in the way ;if get ting the freehold, and being central, .both as regards railway and road taaffic, it certainly appeals as an ideal positio?. Many of our readers will learn withi regret of the death of Ir. John Charles Morrow, of the- wel known auctioneeriog firm of Morrow & Co. This sad event took place at~ Albert Park, Melbourne, on Sanday, and thus a second partner in ·the firm" has passed out within· the last ~-w years, the original ~irtneieiseber of ofi~ffrtr, Mr-Thafnrrio# beng the first to go. - We are requested to rectify an omission in· the bereavement notice published in a recent issue by Mr. L. M'Rae, of ~Nunga. By a pardon able oversight;, under the circum stances, the names of Mesdamems Brooks and Gloonan were omitted from the list of those who ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Make Your District Known Concerning same parts of the dis trict news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease? If no one else is doing it for your district, will You try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci dents, concerts, matters touching on industries, etc. Secretaries'of public concerns such as the Farmers' Union, can aid their cause considerably in this way. Don't bother about grammar or spelling; it is the Editor's work to look after these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, but let criticism alone.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cowangie Currencies. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Coasargie Currencies. Recognising the splendid result cf the eftort of the East riding residents in the matter of making provision for giving immediate relief in necessitous cases, a .meeting, convened by the pre sident of the shire, Cr. Hecht,'and Mr. A. S. Dayvman, was held at Cow angie recently. Now that so many of our soldiers are returning to us, it is certain that cases will arise where a few pounds available at once will be of much more value than possibly three times the amount when the official routine would make it avail able.- To this end, it was resolved, on the motion of Messrs. Dayman and Davies, that a mund be establshea having for its object the assistance of returned soldiers and their depen dants. Cr. Hecbt was unanimously elected chbirnman, Mr. V. Jonasson treasurer, and the secretarial duties devolva on Mr. D. Stewart. All pre sent were appointed on the committee with power to collect and receive pro mises of contributions. The appeal is now made to residents in ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Agricultural Golleges. At a meeting of the Council of Ag ricultural Education on 9th. inst., a resclutiou was passed providing for 20 scholarships being offered at the Agricultural Collges. These scho ltrships, which are tenable for three years and are valued at £75 each,will be awarded on a selection basis. Ap plications from boys who will be not less than 14 years or more than 17 years of age on Ist. February next, will be received by the secretary of the Council of Agricultural Educa tion up to 31st. January, 1917. Cer tiecatcs of character and educational standard should accompany all appli- i cations. A scholarship similar to the above is also being offered by the Royal Agricultural Society. The Principal of the Dookie Agri cultural College, in his report for Oc tober, states that grass and crops have both responded to the exceptional conditions, and the wheat crops look magnificent. So-far rust is showing only in isolated .instances, and there is every indication of good yield...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Conscription. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Conscription. J. Frawley, Tempy, finishes the argument so far as he is concerned : Sir,-1I notice the Timberoo monarch who suffers from an incurable cacao thes seribendi again rushes into print, wearing his home made crown of glory well down'over his eyes to hide his ability. I was going to say taste, but that would not be fair to those possessing it. He says his let ters must have contained some home truths. If so they were too devoid of common decency for the ordinary man to appreciate or understand. He says I am trying to make a d .fool. ot him. No, old chap, that would be trying to paint a lily white. As he,proceeds he gets more angry, but then it is said those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad. (In the early stages..Steed man's soothing powders have been known to have good: effects, but it should have been taken promptly.) In his excitement be rushes off to America and drags forth a:skunk, but fails to detail a very interesting item -his meeting with this strang...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

A CORRECTION. Mr. \rVU. Craigan, lion. sec. of the Tempy braurc, writes --Sir,-l wisht to correct a mis statement which ap peared in your issue of Nov. Sth.. in connection with the V.f.U. meeting at Tempy. The report said "AIU members being ahsent from tto con secutive :neetins be expelled." The Facts are ?ese. It w:s moved ti?d seconded 'y tzoe gent'emeo mea tioned "That otice bearers being ah sent from two consecutive meetings without reason'.!le excuse be asked to resign fromr o ce." There is ý, vast difference between the motions, and iir fairo?ss to the mover and - seconder, arnd F'r the benefit of ttre UJion, I ask you to malke this public. I did not correct hce report in the issue following the one in which. it appeared, as I fully espected that our branch correspoudent would attend to it, he bein g present when the muo ti~n was carried.

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Yatpool Yarns. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Yatpool Yarns. The final entertainment for tle year in aid of the lied Cross funds was held in the sch.olronl on 10th nust. Owing to a large amoun .of sickness in the district, the aitenanc:e was much below the average. 'he entertainment took the form o Cn cher party and dance, andc the cds evoked keen interest. Mr. OP? .i'':; hiaded in the best ,-cae for he. ..+>. and Mrs. Eurey secured the Il·ie' trophy. A fine oil painting, dyat::-d by Mrs. E. A. Thomas as - ; by by Miss Westcomb, 31ildura. : t member of the scliety seili_ the greatest number of tickets `- this ftile,'a trophy was offered, ae , thJis went to Mr. J. M\'bai, h ? s'cu red 70 members out of the to'al of .60. After supper, dancing was in oulged until tie hours be'gan to l.g tben towards davliiht. On Friday night, another euIcar party and dance was held, thy p-o ceeds this time going to the pt::no fond. These was a splendid attei . dance, and the afft:ir prcved g,;it:. success. Mr. and Mrs. Frrey 'ac;ed the double f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Personal Matter. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

A Personal Matter. Mr. M. Byrne, of iiia, writes ina- dignantly and :, the point :-Sir,- I am writing to wvarn the public, par ticularly about the township of Cu yen, of two malicious tod unscrupu lous individuals who :tre 3efaming my character to the utmost of their .power. The persons [ arm referring. to. are of different nationality and to tally devoid of principal or con science, but owing to the po3itior> they hold, the public, ii not warnedi against them, are liable to give ere deoce to the unttruthful statew.meut that have been mn,?l cncerning my self. These two parasites of tha earth are still under the impresaior that they have been successful in do ing their destructive work with th? aid of a third p.rson.

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Underbool Utterings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Underbool Utterings. Our tennis club held a most enjoy able social and dance on Friday night, and everyone had a great time. A -waltzing competition brought out 10 couples, and ihe.judges were set a difficult task in choosing the . inners: eventually A. ummrners and Miss TWills were placed first, with G. Cot ter and Miss Eummel second. The gathering was one of the social sue cesses of the season. On Wednesday next a little relasa tion before the hard work of the har rest, in the f.r'm of a picnic, is to be taken here, and judgirrg by the inter est shown, it pr.mis.s to he a tip top turnout. Mr. J. . .Summers is the president, and Mr. Christey has the secretarial duti.,s in his care. Messrs. W. Bennett and Son are making fair headway with the erec tion of the new wei ghbidge, but the weather conditions retard operations somewhat. The rece-nt rains filled the excavation, and tiere being no other appliances a:.iilb!e, the .'-?ter had to be bucketed out. There was a meeting cf the local...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

GROCERS, DRAPERS, IROiNM~NGE S; ME?1AITS, AND OOMMISSION AND MACIIINERY AENTS, _RBETS = & - GILL SPIEI Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen eI BAPEST AND =B?ST = IN = ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE . ADING MAAKERS OF 'FARM IMPLEMENTS AND 31ACHINERY. Coffey BrsO PTV. LTD. -- - FAMOUS . . - JZNKERS, BUGGIES, CARTS, WAGGONS, HARNESS LIGHT and HEAVY. BEST VALUES OFFERED. Write For Catalogue. 187 Queen-st., Melbo?urne. Works, Richmond S. GEO. RVOWE, DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. ROWE-ST., OUYEN. Reasons Why You Should USE Smith's Patent Harvester Riddle. L. You can set your machine so that an inexperienced man can work one withoit c ingwheat. 2. You can always use a full comb no matter how heavy the crop. 3. You reduce the speed of your fan and riddle to a minimum, thus saving draught amd lengthening the life of the harvester. 4. You find it impossible to lose wheat wn?u in a patchy crop. 5. You do away with flooding. 6. Yon never repeat a -eI?ssstream of wh...

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V.M.C.A. To The Troops. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Y.M.C.A. To The Troops. That the scope of the activities of the Y.M.C.A is practically limitless is being demonstrated week by week as reports from all quarters of the Empire reach the National Commit-' tee of the Association in Australia. On all the battle fronts the Red Tri angle is the conspicuous emblem of whole hearted service to the men, i while in other ccuntries, vherevr soldiers are stationed, the '"Y.M." is more than ever the synonym cf the soldiers' "Home away from Home." " 'Where you go I follow' is the favo rite slogan of the Y.M.C.A," states a' pressman in India. "And how true it is. One day the Kents came to Heb bal. The next day the Y.M.C.A. sprang into being as if from the deit touch of the Magician-with the same lightning rapidity that characterises the whole organisation of this wonder ful movement." From Colombo come fine accounts of the work of the Asso intinn. "The onnortunrtv for service among troops at this centre is unli Smited," says the leading newspaper o...

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Getting Their Eyes Opened. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

" ting Their Eyes Opened. _- .? - ell known fact in natural his is that it takes nine days to open e'es of a kitten. Possibly the lic1tion of that statement may be en for granted. But what brought, ,3 mind is the problem: if it takes a ys to open the eyes of the kit , hobw long does it take to open. e eyes of the farmer to his owh bd? We once saw a member of the 3traity asleep, and a double barrel nou fired close to his ear brought :a runt. Certainly the feeling Is-laboring under was not too a harvest labor. But he was too thb asleep, and that is just by the ý'hben the present wheat pooling hemie came into operation, -i, was ;iled by all concerned-except the iouers-as the solution of a heap of an~,s that had-made life a burden. ,the wheatgrawer in past years. ?e out of the speculative profits of' oi?1 Irgime, the big felloti wasn't t. to let go without an effort, and whe. d to persuade the Wheat Com- I s?icn that 31d per bushel was a o::able thing to allow him for udiing the wheat. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Summer .Complaint Jr. Children.-Dr ~ig the summer monthl chilcren are stub ject to disorders of the bowels and ~,hoculd? receive most careful attention. As soon as any looseness of the ' uowels is noticed Chamberlain's Colic rand Diarrhoea Re smedy should be given. When children are teething they have more or less diar zhcea which can be controlled by giving aiamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Re ,eedy at once. Sold by all storel:eepcre. Christmas is coming, as a glance .t some of our business notices shows. you can still assure a merry one. Constipation May Cause Cor.sunmition. --Many a case of onsrumption has been caused by constipation. The pois'zns so redl up in the, bowels permeate the blood,c weakening the systexm until the patient falls an easy victim to consumption germs. If your bowels will not act naturally assist them by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. A course of Chamberlain's Tablets will re lieve the most obstinate case of constip a tion and strengthen the bowels to act na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Conn-; Un( s I ~nepectetlly.- D)i rrhuca MI* U nnitpecte:Ily anrl ht'Ac. cthe paL 'f r!is it. a seriuns !ljsnrter IImay e Duriing t~lo: stuner ntait u .'y rt- i::ent atndofter are -u wit in "-: r* -lr* -' t.-It life ii in dart' '-r Lefre ra t3It'"ian can be sttnrntoned. Everyone 'a,1 1 ;eep a bottle of Cl.rInberlaian' Ca *:tl [ Diarrhoea Remedy in the homue for °ntc'Iiatt use in cores of this kidl. It V'-u at ithe Ii -t unri-ra looosene of the ''"wr5 the attack m.y be avoided. Sold y all ctorekeejierU. Overseas Tobacco Fund. For the above fund we have recei ved the following donations:- Amount previously acknowledged : ... 16 13 0 A Bob (weekly) [making 2j/ 1 0 A Griffiths 2 0 EYESIGHT ! M?R. G. F.- HEDGLAND, D.O.A.O.C., Larnook-st., Armadale, , Will Visit Personally: Ouyen, Saturday, November 4th. (At Nitschke's Coffee Palace.) And at other places same dates and times as AMr. Thomas as above. ALL GLASSES GUARANTEED. CONSULTATION FREE. PUBLIC NOTICE. FIRST CLASS OATEN, WHEATEN OR MI...

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Victorian Farmers' Union. OUYEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

"Yictorian Farmers' Union. . OUYEN BRANCH.. A healthy sign of vigor was the fine attendance at the meeting of the •above branch on Saturday afternoon. With so much br6ken weather, far emer, are.very literally making -hay wh i t -s~ shinres; a turma ti under present climatic conditions, a lot of lost time. The president, Mr. H. W. Picker ing, occupied the chair, and the meeting found itself faced with a great pile of correspondence, but ow ing to-well cMll it absentmindedness ---on the part of someone, the princi pal item of business could not be dealt with. The first letter was from the Hon. John Gray, .LL.A. This was sup-. bosed to be' an answer to one sent ~'L the secretary asking for an expla tJ;ion of the disparity between pre ,vious letters assuring the Union that a portion at least of *'?hat sixpence" would be mtde available to' needy settlers, and further ones that boards would sit to consider sne ha:nding out of a dole to the same settlers. Mr Gray entirely ignored the reque...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

Local and General. You will find some most interesting reading on the inside pages of this issue. One article should cause the big bulk of our readers some deep thoughts as to the past-and the fu ture. That the.hospital movement is pop alar and otnly vreqgire takig n 'hand prioperly'to assae a complete siccess. An instance of this is the receipt by the president of the committee, Mr. W. D. Mitchell (who is also acting as secretary), of the sum ~13 2/6, from the Galah Hall committee. being the half nett proceeds of the sports meet ing held in February last.. The com mittee is grateful in consequence. Referring to a paragraph in our last issue, correspondent writes asking if arrangements could be made to have the MI1i. posted to soldiers direct from this otice. Certainly. Anyone desirous that soldiers should get a copy by each hoat arriving at the other end, need just send along the order, with the soldier's address. and the copy will go forward, the only ex tra charge over the subscr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1916

SDENTISTRY. J. W. BROWNBILL. yiiLDUFRA ASO MARYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria.) il visit Ouven the Third Wednesday e:er- month, and may be consulted at Walsh's Commercial House. .--s.-Corner Langtree-.' Avenue and Eighth Street, Mildura. NEXT VISIT : WVednesday, Nov. I5. !A CARD,; i88. F. l. rWETOH, A.L.C.M. . :-~cher of Piano, Violin and Theory. Ouven Coffee Palace: . B. WALTER, --sand-- SOLICITOR. ?.R.ELL=ST., OUYEN. .::yile visited every alternate Thtrsday. 3 L,-" to Lend( on Broad Acres. (rE~DIT iFONeIER NS ON FARMS - 3 from £50 to £2000 .- ? ar cent. Interest. -i"-? tfi p-c. in reduction of princ 1? -ys of the loan i 2i years. :.- rated on Freeholds or Crown wh::: hich could be made free ~ ; anyv time on a?rment of the ba! t is Crown rent-. No c:arge For Mortgage Deed. ST:'_ be ,paid off on any half ?:r y i-ay, subject to a small charge -ait o within the first five years, but m t.: after five years. -r: /ay be obtained at any branch :te Savings Bank, or by w...

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