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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
C,,re fr Stc?r.ach Dinorders.-Di-orders ,rf t.e tomnach may t avoided by the u.e ,f Ciamnberlai's TIalhe's for thle stomach - dli-er, Many very renmarkable cures ~2iae been efiected by ti.es tablets. Sold veZywr-here. hELLO THERE! o':" are Icaded up. WVhere have you been ?'" "Oh, I've ?een to old Willoughby's, next I to i\Aton's blacksuith shop, where [ find I can get good value for nmy- money in Chaff, Ban:, Pollard, 1'otatees, and Oni ous. It's cash, but you won't regret giv Sin?r h~n a trial.'" i Hae you heard the latest prices at Cotter's stores, Oipyen, Underbool, and Linga ? Kerosene (White Rose) 8/6 tin, or 17! case; (Silverlight) 8/ and 16/ Benzine, 12/6 ti, or 25/ case Sugar, 22/6 per 70 lbs Flour, 20/ per 150 lbs Shaff, Bran, Pollard, and Molasses in stock. All household rsquisltrs in small or lare quantities. Timber, Iron, Wire, Paints, Oils, Etc., also Drapery, Boots, and Shoes stocked at Underbool and Lioga. Special Quotations For Large Orders EYESIGHT ! R.. G. F. H EDG...
Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
Walpeup Shire Council. The zut~ nmeeting of the above b ;dy vi:ws r--i at -the shire otffie, Ou\.?u. on Ftdyv. when there were pri.e-rn. Crs. LHecht (president),. Mos ')u. Pickteri:, Glen, Manniing, and -arrell. coU:sr.EosrO KXcI:-C E. E. Bea.monut, I;urnell, on be hal-f f-~ number of ratepayers, asked for - deviation, to miss the sandbill o ;.-L road fromt Moriey's farm, Bur :,el: Mr. Morley is quite agreeable io this. If the con.enr is, put in rmXrimg, the petitioners will use the :ieviation, and in due course it will ,e put htt.rouh officially. .1. Caine., Warracknabeal, sought s.-teint-in-t -.f an old account due to W arrackna:et.i -'Post," which appar ently had ujivr been rendered before 'althEiZh owf:r for over two years. Ji Ti4 be paid WV. Aria4;ron, Murrayville, felt hurt at beit.: a-ked to pay interest on overdc-t :.rres when he considers .te council :s otwed him £20 for over two vyarsl. aud only one side of :he deviation throuch his block is ifeiccdd. - i-.kecd tor the £20...
The War Loan—Employees Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
The Wa: r .:Loan- Ex?ployees Meetings. .?.rangements have already been mr:de f~arineuetings of hrleir employees by -a htrge number of firms anti insti nt!utions with a view to impressin, upon rthe staffi the necessity and ad ?i~albility - supporting the present ,War Loan. in many cases he heads Sof.:-the.. hrms-n- hemselves - have- ad dressed their employees, while in others the services of public men and officers of the Commonwealch Bank are als" being availed of in this res pect. rIt is understood thas the Bank as prepared a? any time to send an officer to help in this natter. In ad dition to making th, conditions of the Loan perfectly clear to employees, a number qf firms have gone still fur ~ther and are doubling the period over which the instalments under the Prospectus are payable, vis., from 40 to SO weeFks, at the -rate of 2/i per week. Altbough the indueement to invest in the War Loan may not ap peal so strongly to the subscriber of small meuans, as in .the ease of the larg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
9 GROeERS, DRAPERS, IRON!ON(el .-:, iERH a-i "NTS, AND CeMffISSION AND M1RgHIN~ERY AGENTS. S OBERTS = & S GILL SPIE,A Opposite Post Office, Oke St -,et, Ouyen, CH1n PEST - AND - BEST - IN - ALL - LINES. A4JAGENTS FOR ALL THE LE LDING 3. .:ERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND 3MACi NERY. BLLISON BRO~S., TRILSRS 3AND OUTFITTERS, ROWE=ST., OUYEN. ALL a1ND INSPE@T OUR NEW STOCK. ?UYEN SAWMILLS AND BUILDINGC SUPPLY TIMBER YARD. T ON& NHAT2 I8~ED, TIvBER MERCHANTS, RLACKSMITHS & W"-HEELWRIGH8S, iDGHES-Sr., OUTYEN. Horses Carefully Shod. FUNERALS CONDUCTED F-nrals Conducted In Anrr Part Of The District Under Our Own Supervision. Oak and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. j. . MATTHI"BWS, pXLaU!M ER, PAINTER, PA-PER:? HANGER, ETC., OKE-ST., OTE. LL OcIR[)i~RS POC)MPTLY ATTENDED TO. -IT J. P. BRI T, CEZWERA-L COKMIMssioN AGENT, ROWE-ST.:, OUYEN. EN'T Y1-O8: Cumin, Smith and Co'.s 'Sickle"' Brand Manures; H. V. Mc I.y's Jmn-or.us !mphrnents: Barliug ani Serts Gigs, Bnggies, etc,: Joh...
Mice in Hay Stacks. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
Mice in Hay Stacks. Tn "' Wheat Culture," ( pamphlet issued by the New South Wales Dd parsmeu,.iis is. sited : Mnoy devices. -have come under notice from time to time to cope with the mice pest: Bunilding the stack upon a raised platform does uotneswcer the purpose; the mice will climb up the blocks upon v?hich thb platform is utild, run along undernertn the plat Enrm .boards, and so enter the stack. Enelosing the stack as S?es- farmers do, with fine wire netting, wilt also be founod to boe unsuitable, as the pest will climb up the wire uttinga. The only sueeessful method f keeping them out isto enclose the taek with a fence of galvanrised iron :ither plaio cir eortrugated, about ? .fee~t. high. Let the iron into the -:?round t.o a depth of 5 inches, and gliae it in a slanting position, pointing outwards from the stack, all arcu?nd it, takiog /ere to leave no =oe-pgaee at the. ,coners; it w'i i, [foaun??u iiopossible for mice to eanter.:a stabiC tus prol :ecsed. If it should lief,,u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
Doni't You Be!ieve It.-Some say tlhat chronic constipation cannout be cured. Don't you believ it. Chatmuberlhn's rTah lets for the stomuach and liver have cured other--why not you ? Give themna trial. They coat only eight.erpence. Sold everywher._ AUTAIA [¢-, $it ~1 / HE IIN UE O' P' B fA/1/f(9 ___. _ - .TRALD f} i I WY-lEN I? C?JYEZ? DOI:'T" F~orger To eall On WM. FITZGERALD, S Agency I),pot, Oke- r. -- (Next L),,or Mail ()Ihee) b'' I ee ?,iut that (11 Eugine, it wil pay" yout. ?s lor n ill b i .r.e tiis bar ast, and an Austral Oil E-igine will turn our wianower all throiugh the season and ill inU go on strike : or you m-y require a 2lay and IMillar waiggou, ,*Erippcr, or .cultivator, which are :e(ond to nate. Y'out may leave your ,.a'teemed order and iteasure for the lateat cut and up-to-da.te ijits--the pricea suit each and overJinec ird al",, 'ee ;iiut that Life As-urance Policy, and e-k for quatei for \Wheat Scrip. ,[.I @,MMERGI/L HTEL% , CAMBRIDGE STRFET, MRRYBOROUIGH. (Near R...
Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
Ouyen Police Court. M-r. Eilliett, P.M., prraided at the above court o- Wedinesday, whes the foHo-wig cases were deals with : Shearer and Co. claimed £32 i5/ from F. F. Seyer, but a sum of £3 3/4 for intece?t was disailowed; and a verdict given for. £29 /8, with £2 S/6 cost... : J:E " Cbripmair. obtihned a ve'rdicte ag:inst Job. Summers for 6. 16/: . With 30/ ccss. The same complainant was suc cessful in a elaim aiainst E. Johnson for e£1i 5/5, with 26/'costs. Park and Don cliimed £22 3/11 from P..I. Kinane, and obtained: a verdict, with" 28/11 costs. SMr. Park appeared for the com platount in i e:tch case. C. G. L er claimed £5.frorx Janet Cat.anach for work and labon. done. -r. Park appeared for~ ':mmplinant, and Mr. Walker.'o defend. Complainan:'a story was that de fendant camne to him late in the season and begged of him to do abouc two days: cutting of hay. Ha e~ plained that it was hard for him cm do so, and also stated that he ha,4 been getting 4! per acrd from cthe farmers. ...
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
2.ake Your District Known Concerning same parts of the dis tr,.it n-Ws coUmes but st!:orm. '1 his is n~t the fault of hbe Z:d:tor, for he has no miraculous pwei of knowing what is happening in all the places in the area of Cir cui.tat?o: 1It Is the fault of reidedrits ia the .i'eni places. ..Will some man or womrn take the matter in hand ar:d ause the silence to cease? If no one else is .doi,, it for your diasrice, will You try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or-neighbor hood, such as weddicgs, deaths, acci dents, concerts, matters touching on industries, etc. Secretaries of public concerns such as the Farmers' Union, can aid their cause considerably in bthis way. Don't hbther about gramm'ir or spelling; i: is thI E-iitot's work to look after thefe triftes. The barest skeleton is enough. Write on one side of the paper only. Give ieformation, buht leti criticism _Ione.
Crown Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
Crowii L~ands Available. SThe followin (Crowvn Iartds :rr availiabli1--up t;d 4thb "Fehrjarv: Patehlewollock andD)ennying-.ailnta. 7,32,-705 acres, 11 miles frozs T.mrif. PHatche?wllock northb-allc. d, 76i acseres, niine miles frnnm 't py. Alloc. 9, 736 :cres, 10 rnmi from' :un; ,: ufal tplird elas. Alic:. 7I, 1'; Ci(LSs. Allot. 1. 71 acret. -;' milh from? G.lah: third cln.R. Aloc. :J. 7T- ' 1res. 10 mles from W.-:p]eu. r t ,thd class. Dering-Allo'. 47, 67 crSCei, seond~ obess., d.: rnibs~ froLm T[erpy ; se,:ord obe (.:-?,' p:_,?r- Alh.:. , 63- :Icr:es, (I m:1?- fromri :" cr.'a~rp; " rst. ,s::..-.. GJ~org,? *
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
SLocal and General. You may, or may not feel inter ested, brt owhers will. There is a remsrkahle horti.ge of wa.tle bark fcr tannio4 purposes in Australia to our shamne--and cbemists search ing for . substitute, have discovered that pine bark has uearly all the qualities .of the wattle. Here's a chance for the man with pine on his block-wood for pos..:.rsd abek fnr tannin~. This is r? ,rumrnr, hu ?n absolute fact, sn taroth-cr .5·ws.t.r:'e! , becomes valuabIe. The dem:Land for pine bark will hb britrk in the very near fuirr. - t tk steps to conserve it. C(ro?p.-Net :L mTinute .-hnMld be lost when a ,hiIl ,lihuwe syrlmpto~us of croap. Cunktherlhin' o:ioulah Remely given a. eoon a: the ,hil1 becomes ho:ra., or even after the eronpy u,trh a-ppeara, will pre vent the attack. Sold everywhere. An impcrtaot matter, .which is very likely to be overlooked by the various sports clubs, is the amusement tax, which came into opceration on New Year's-Day. This tax must be paid, anrd it will be we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
SiTRAYED into my paddock, Brown Mare, branded like SU overS, white 'ius 'round near hind fetlock. Owner can have same by payifig expenses. A. 1re'rn"n, WValpeup Sth. MA 3LL±.E LAND BOARD, 'NOTICE is hereby given that a Local L and Board will sit at Ouven ?n (Wednesday, .14th February, 1917, cornm -meucing at i0 a.m., to deal with a plica ionis for allotments in Parishes of Daalko; Koonda, Kattyong, Gnarr, etc. W. HUTCHINSON, ' Minister of Lands. Department of Lands and Survey, Melbourne, 24th January, 1917. ylCTORIAN, ~ RAILWAYS. CHEAP EXCURSION. Wednesday, 21Ist February.-To Mel ourne from Yatpool and all s*tatibns to nscelles inclusive. Tuesday, 20th Feb uary.--From MIelbomurne to those sta lons. Tickets close noon, 19th Febrn ?r-. Particulars at stations. GEO. H. SUTTON, Secretary. Shire or walpenp. APPLICATIONS FOR POUND KEEPER. PPLICATIONS are invited trom per sons willing to act as Pound-keeper por the Ouven Pound at a salary of £6 per annum. Applications close Saturday 10th F...
Who's [?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
Who's a Sie -? ! We do not i:erncI to comm. aruy (on the followiug- facts--?ytit o:n do I-that for yourself ::- In consequetce of sever-d com p~laints which have reached ua. regard ing the shanheful delayv which has trken.u and is taking rlace in the issue of?:r heas t certificates to -those who Shave liens over crops, on?Fridav last· we wired Air ~jon Gisy, ML A., js-tating thit cosiderable habrdship hWas being inlicted through these de Slays, and asked him to get busy on .nm?one. In a couple of hours we r.ec.ived .n ur:-ent- wire fron the Wner, Commiusioi:- " Your wire SGray COar yoo state ci -.-re 'f cer tfcaties delayed by a, .s ? Per pia cases under lien." In reply we 4r-ci.:-" Gertainly under lien, but twhyTabnormal detlay ? Case psrtiea lar Iteim receipt seat 24th Dc dcember; o c?ertificate yet to .hand. ?This case great hardship." At 5.30 we got another wire from. the Com mission :- " Adjustment of liens -made. by Lands department. Lien fcertifi ates are forwarded there dail...
The Flour Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
The Flourn rTilL " Smareholder'" is e~phatie: Sir,-Gecnerally speakihg, when a person writes to the local paper, if is I either to find fault or :ir - griesance, buht I intend to break that rtie, and ines'ted wish to com Pimennt you on your splendid article re tze above; in my opinion yovi: hare hit the nail fairly on the head. There is no donbt that a.: distrirct doar mill would o,.,,ly o( a- sp Lfdrldd t~hing for the district, brt, with prcper manage ment, swil ulhe aso exeeleot iovest ment fmr the shareholder, when one takes irnt, eonsideratioo t~he great say ing on freight b~~th o wheat and' flour. Surely after the spleodid sea socn we a?e ht-aog a-n good prices promisedl, the distri.o Earm?ers and others will come forward and make i the proposed mill a certai~ty.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 January 1917
Cricket. SA match was played on Saturday last between seams representing the Township and Railways, with the following results :- TOWNSHIP. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Ruse, e Leyden, b Jones ... 21. Crosbie, b Jones ... ... 0 Park, b Jones ... ... 7 Stanley, b Barratt ... ... 5 Osborn, b Barratt ... ... 0 Walters, not out .... ... 5 Lindsay, b Barratt ... ... 1 Carne, b Barratt ... ... 4 Fitzgerald, c Walker, b Jones 2 McRae, ran out ... ... 0 Kennedy, b Jones ... ... 1 Total 46 &nbsp; RAILWAYS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Bendelsdorf, b Stanley 3 Walker, b Crosbie ...1 Tones, b Crosbie ... 10 Leyden, b Stanley ... 9 Barratt, retired ... 30 Rees, b Fitzgerald ... 4 Ryan, b Lindsay ... 0 Davison, b Lindsay ... 0 Whitford, b Fitzgerald ... 3 Higgins, not out ... 3 Mahood, ran out ... 5 Suncdries 13 Total 70 We are reluctantly compelled to hold over a quantity of interesting &nbsp; matter, including letters re flour mill, signing pro, n...
When London Slee[?]s. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917
Wkieaic Luuidn L auled , s One of the most sidrmrahle ph:;s.?S of the work of the Y M.t'A is r.,w a London pressman describes tbh service of the Night Motor Trausp.rz Column in thbt city. TI'he r? hawks of London of hotn srexeea ?i out in flocks, seekina as prey the soe dier from overseas- or w ho i- K .-? .t - ger to the city. Touts for ':e r .:-' kind of houses lie in wait to anst'.r the unwary. A band of vohbl cuern connected with the Y.M C A s-cu I the London streets ada night i, cars to pick up the stranded or r. snared soldier and convey him to ,*n of the hoapitable .h-.- r- of zhe R-.a iriangle. This wc-k as productxie gratifying results, and car owneut are gladly assi.ting in the vcluutary service. Ic.w one of the fi, ph:otur1raphas sent to the trcat by ttia nunps'n.its from Home Lreague tf the Yun?7 Men's Christian Asocilation was re ceived among the Australiln soldiers in camp at Salisbury Plaiu, is told by MAr. L. L. Bird, one of the mili tary secretaries of the Y.M.C.A. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917
rIe'; Treatmrrlt at once.-Flave y.rli a ,-.,? t.hr-nt I f o, you cannot le too :rd?-,. Yo', cannot begin treatment too Sarly. Eaci coa, makes you more liable .o another, :..i the last is always the !harder to cc-. If you will take Claru Ifernin's Congh Remedy at the outset you .:d;i Le laved much trouWle. Sick He: ~acihe.- Tkioi is usually cannedl by a ai-oruler of. tIhte st.,:u alx. Take a good do-,e of Chamberlain's Tablets for the 1touiaeh anrrd liver and3 to mrorrow you A% ill feed alright. HELLO THERE! Y0 are loaded up. 'Where have you been ?" "Oh, I've been to old Willoughby's, next to Ayton's blacksmith shop, where I find I can get good value for my money in Chaff, Bran, Pollard, Potatoes, and Oni ons. It's cash, hut you won't regret gir ing him a trial-" Sl p ! LHave you heard the latest prices at Cotter's stores, Ouyen, Underbcol, and Linga ? }Kerosene (White Rose) 8/6 tin, or 17/ case ; (Silvelight) S/ and 16/ Benzine, 12/6 tin, or 25/ case Sugar, 22/6 per 70 Ibs Flour, 20...
War Loan Explained. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917
War Loan Explained. Applications close tomcrrow, so you had better hurry along. We have tried to make it all clear, but in order that the conditions of the local Commonwealth Loan may be easily understood it is explained that sub scribers may take bonds which are issued in amounts from £10 to £1000, or inscribed stock which is issued in amounts of £100 and upwards. Payment is made at the rate of £1 (deposit and £1 per month for each £10 subscribed. Bonds are payable to bearer and may be transferred from one person to another in exactly I the same as a £10 bank note, and could be accepted in settlement of accounts or debts where both parties aigreed to this course, or they may he sold at any time on the Stock Exchange. , Inscribed Stock must, however, be inscribed in the name of the person to whom it is transferred. In both instances the interest is the same, viz., £4 10/ per annum for ev ery 100 taken, smaller amounts in proportion. No State or Federal stamp duty is imposed on bonds...
Don'ts For Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917
Don'ts For Subscribers. Don't let your subscription get too large. Remember, you are one cf hundreds. Don't fail to report irregularity in delivery. Don't fail to show practical appre ciation of the support that advertis ers give the Marl. Wrhen a MAIL advertisement indu ces you to purchase don't hide the fact. Don't forget to tell the man who borrows your MAIL that it costs only a trifle to get it regularly by post.
Meeting the Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917
Fleeting the Bi5l. ----- --- " Agent" states his case :-Sir.-I notice in the issue of ,ALr, of 24€h January, that it is the intention of a member of the Ouyen brinch of V.F.U. to move at the next meetihg that farmers refuse to sign machinery hills that have their" due date before March 4. I have been wondering, Mr. Editor, if this. is necessary. I know at least. one Victorian firm who renewed every bill in the Walpeup Shire that fell due in thedrought and never asked one man for a settlement. When' these 'P.N's. were presented on February 4th only four were met, the balance were left in the bank un tiE March 1 for collection; after, that date any person who paid half the amount of his reneywed P.N. could have the balance renewed if he de sired it. I know it is the intention of some of the firms to leave their bills in the bank until l1arch 1st this year. What better treatment could a farmer wish for? ?This is all right, so f:tr as the firm tris particultr agent represents, but the e...