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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Plunger the Be.~t Sarice.-Sarnte i3 uied o.reaLte ;cLI :ppetire. The right: ay is t' look- to the dligesoion. When thait is good you are certain to relish your fool. SChaer erý aili's Tablet:- for the Stomach r ncl liver iiu rive the di.g stiun and create ,s r ~ ~ i~ja ,~/7 ·:::? 1T c' n ray;,;P - __ ~2~dI I RzNr r P I4 1 Co .a'- a -GD ThST Forget To Call on ,.'-M FITZGERALD, A.=eriy D' 'put, Oke-qr. -(Next Door Mail Offiee "Aid ree aiuht that Oil Enri·in, it wil ti ur'ptyO.V Ia hur will ltu rce~t tlins bar Qst, antl ani Auistral Oil Engine will torn 3our a inciower all through the sea.y'ri and *) h n t g n strike; or 'Ott naa reqtiare * t ML~ay andl Millar 'vat-%aSr, aszripprer, or enliv ator, Whai'hi aLre reeeraal to none0. it on may lea-ve your -e~teaiued order awl ;3 1ea-t-re lair I i~e Iloata alut aind rup-to-ala"tt Q oi t thv p~ricei -uit 'acah and eaairyone - .itu.l AI-a, aee. about that. Life Assurance P'olicy, and ask for IquoLes for Wheat lScrip. eOMMEReI RL HOTEL, CAMBRID...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wanted to Help. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Wanted to Help. At the last meetiig of RWa'pepu shire council, a strong deputation headed by Messrs. Mitchell, Caldow, Nitschke, Britt, O'Loughlin and Walter, attended to put a tangible project forward. .The deputation pointed out that owing to about two 1miles of very bad saudhills in the -Deser?;?Oyen?and th'e northern por tion of this part of V.ictoria is cut off from the south for vehicular tra~ce. To make this road passable would cost about S£00, plenty of metal be ing available at spots which were marked on a plan produced. The road. is in the parishes of Miittyac and Pirro, and although settleme?t thereabout is not very thick at pre sent, there is some good land whic: the deputation thought would h~ taken up if the maiu road was in good order. To show the bona ides of the request, the deputation stated that those present were prepared t7 contribute £50 towards the cost. Cr. Farrell was emphatic in savi?r? that if the road was to be made, he would far sooner see the council dj...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

ake Your District Known Cn -cerning same parts of the dis ?tric news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for he has .' :'o miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the places .,in the area of circulation. It is the 'ault of residents in the silent places. . Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence : o cease? If no one else is doing it 'for your district, will You try on these sines ? , Send accounts of public and social '::vents in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci a, :ents, concerts, matters touching on industries, etc. Secretaries of public .conLerns such as the Farmers' Union, . Can aid their cause considerably in Shis way. ' Dcr's bother about gramnmar or ,"ein; it is the Editor's work to i ','look after these trifles. The barest : ekeleton is enough. Write on one side of the paper Give information, but let criticism .ýlone.u

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stamps On Postal Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Stamps On Postal Notes. After 1it April next it will no ,,. ger be perrnissible for those w::c have occasion to 'use pnoital notes to adiK stamps to the notes to make uFi odd amounts. Hitherto it has bee, the custom to mtak up an arnounrt ,?t a few odd pence by the'addttior of a few stamps, but this practice has ap and has ca=used inconveniene to ch postal authorities. A regulation w.tY issued forbiddiog the practice aftCer Ist April. After thit date the puhic, may not expect post ofice.s to cts; stamps which are stuck on postJ? notes, though, of course, therer i nothing to prevent the sender eacto, ary way. -

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hard to Please. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Hard to Please. '-Mallee Bill," of Underbool, doesn't seem to appreciate what a paternal Government has done for him. He Mtarts off by enelosing the amount of his account. uCud goes on to say: "I endorse all that Stewart [P.G., pre~umablyý and the Farmers' Union was said at:d written re the Mallee isettement and the Gavernment over draft-it isn't a grant. I had 435 acres to take off when I made appli catic t;r assistance. Was granted £-.5. CoCllars, hames, winkers. belt ing and freight absorbed £20 10/, and the storekeepers' accounts were fi I Wilt you please tell me how I am going to fnance ? I expect 2000 -ing of wheat, and with the assist nce of one man will be able to clean ?MOt bags, but will not finish strip unP totil just about when this ap ea=- print. The man expects his t'va_"e., the carter will want to be a-d, and the weighbridge company van?: their fees. All these, the Go -er-meOt ,-y, can be paid out of a ·r-'cit -of c 10/. Some may know :he recret., but I haven't solved...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

GROeMERS, DRAPERS, IRýNNINERS, :I ER hNTS, AND COoil1A1SSIoN aND MaenHIrNEY AENrTS. ROBERTS & = GILLESPIE,A Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen. .HE?PST -. ~ ND = BEST = IN - ALL -= LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL TiHE LEADING -MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS. AND ?JA:CINEIRY. ELLISON BROS., Tai LFS S ND OUTFITTERS, 2O0 WE=ST., OUYEN. ALtL AND INSPEeT OUR NEW STO??K. £UYEN SAWi~,ILLS AND BUILDING SUPPLY TIMBER YARD. AYTON & HATFIELD, T BER MERCHANTS, 3LACKSI?iTHS & WHEELWRIGHTS, , IUGHIES-ST.: OUY EN. Horses Carefully Shed. F'UNERALS CONDUCTED enerals Co.nduct?d 3 I- A Part Of The District Under Our Own Supervision. Oak -and Kauri Coff ns Alwu-ays Oi Hand. PI?ULMER, PATNTER, PAPER lANTG~ER, ETC., OKE-ST., OUYEN. ALL ORDERS PRO)MPTLY ATTENDED TO. ' J. P. BRIT T, d rENERAL- COMMISGSON AGrENT, RCOWE-ST.- O YEN. AuENT FOrI: Cnmin= Smith and Co'.s "Sickle" Brand MIarmres; . . Me Is' ? o?tmcu Implements ; Harling and Soae,' Gigs, Bnggies, etc.; John S a-wing ard Son, Wheat Age...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Experiments. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Wheat Experiments. --- + - .Every farmer who wishes to know a hieh is best-and. that is you isn't -t"--n:;turaliv takes an interest fn the excpe~iruents carried out in. the district. We wart to help the ad .:1ancemente all we can, and therefore. nLt you know what we cab. The re s:its of the experimental plots on Mr. 1i. W. Pzcke:ing's frams, as pub :hshed below, are particularly inter esntire,. as tht plots were on four years old lic4:. and that to the practical rman tells a hig tale. It was not fal ... ner new land, and in addition, ~eC wheat variety test plots all suf lered a t,_ood deal thro0gh being hroken down With rough weather. Here are the details :- Vtri-tv Wh!eart Tests (manured with 601b. of super per acre) and 45lbs. sered- V:,riety. Yieldh per are. .Darts Imrperial; 28 bush. 331bs. Yandilla King 6 ,, 15 ,, Federation 24 ,, 8 ,, Curritwa 22 ,, 27 , Penny .21 ,, 19 ,, Tate of Manuring Tests.' (Sown wirn 451ba. of Federation seed per acte and m;Lnure as under :;an[tity. Y-...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Soldiers' Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Soldiers" Tobacco Fund. For the above Tund we have recei Sed the following donations: Amount previcusly acknowledged : . .. £16 13 . O '.A Bob (weekly) [making 25/] 1 0 How about a small -donation as a S hristmas offering' ______ -

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Local and General. We are hoping you haven't 'over looked that account sent out about a fortnight ago from this offi :e. It is probably only for a small amount, but it will be w:corumd just as much as one for as many poun's as it is for shillings. It's the little thiogs that count. We have receic'ed from the Exe cutive of the V.F.U. two succeeding copies of "The Farmers' Advocate.' This is the one journal the farmers of Victoria have been looking for. The reading matter is sharp and in clsive, and wvith the support it should receive, will do for the primary pro ducers what the dailies are doing for vested interests, and the Labor pa pers for that section of the commun iry. It has not 'come one day too soon. Boo onie scho>i .v as reopen:ed on Tuesdyv of last week, but with the usual dI-p,-t rnent:Li :orassnes. no no tifcatrou wra. .oent to the parents that a teacher was being sent, so lack, and anything els'e.that served, had to be relied on to let the chilkren be sent to receive ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

EYESIGHT ! 3ML . G. F. HEDGLAND, D.O.A.O.C., Larnook-st., Armadale, Will Visit Personally : (At itschke's Coffee Palace.) ALL GLASSES GUARANTEED. CONSUL,TATION FREE. GALAH Wednesday, 28th February. Proceeds in aid of Owuen Hospital and Galah Public Hall. TUnder Rule 54 V.YLC. PROGRAM : 'EDESTREAN EVENTS. helield Handicap, 130 yds.-First £2, secnld £i. Now. 2/, accept. 1.. Last 2 years' performances to accompany entry fee. oys' Race.-First 3'., second 2s., third Is irls' Re.-- Under 14 yrs. First 3s., second "2i., third I,. heaftos-in,.- First 10;'., second 5-;, entry Ladies' Narildriving Competition.- First 5s., second 2/6. Gents.' now. &6. .xessing Weight of Bag of WVheat.-First bag of Wheat (gift of Mr. T. Bevan). Entry Is. tepping a I)istance.-First 10s., see. Se. t Entry Is. ,oung Ladlies' Race.--First l0s. (donated I Iby Mr. F. tyres) ,seeconrL5s.- Gent.s' mnom. Is. hread the Needle Lace.-First lOs., sec ond 5s. (donated by Mr. C. Eyrell). Gents.' nom. Is. arried Men's ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
That Flour Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

That Flour tMill. " Another Shareholder" wants, to see things done; Sir, --a your issue of 17th inst. (Jaouary), you very pertinently draw attention to toe fact that the time is short wherein to resster the Oayen Fiarmers' Flour 11illin~ Company. From the first inceotion of this move ment in your columns -coran months ago, I have been, very keen on the subject, and would be pleased if the provisional directors e.nld see their way clear to let us know just how things stand. The flour mill is one of the ways out for us, and farmers must be dense indeed if. they c:annot see it in this light. Few of the in tending shareholders should now be in the position that they cannot finance at least one share, and thus give the thing a start.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmers and Cooperation. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Farmers and Cooperation. "Co-operation E?very Time " has a word t: say on the wheat ques tion: Sir,-I read the letter o0? " Expe iecce " in your issue of 17t&t January with delight, but am sorrv to say, that the reply by "Ouyea" in the following .i~sneu.was :wors&athan a dose of cold water on a frosty morn ing: Surely " Oyen," if he is a producer, as he claims, misses the poino that " Experience'" voiced. Ii the farmers co-operate and build up their own organizations, there will be no need to consider the other fellow at all. " Experience" asks the farmers to strengthen the co operative concerns so that they will be in a position to handle the whole harvest each year, no matter how big it may be. Once get this idea thoroughly into the thinking boxes of the farmers, and there will be no need to worry abot how many buyers there are in the yard. The London market rules ours, so why trouble about the intermediate? We have the goods to fill the wants, and thus are in a po...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Cricket. Enthusiasts braved the sirocco on Saturday, and teams representing the town and Commercial House- had a trial of skill, victory resting with the latter by the narrow margin of three runs. Following are the details: COMMERCIAL HOUSE.   Ruse, c Walker, b Crosbie 39 Stanley, b Crosbie 0 Perk, b Crosbie 0 .Lindsay, e and b Crosbie 27 Jones, b Jones. 7 Leyden, Barratt 7   Carne, c Barratt, b Crosbie 1 McRae, b Jones 0 Osborn, not out 3 Fitzgerald, c and b Jones 2 Higgins, b Barratt 3 Blake, b Walter 5 Total 103 Town. Davison, b Lindsay 3 Walter, c Higgins, b Lindsay 2 Arnold, b Stanley 41 Emmett, b Lindsay 6 Crosbie, c Osborne, b Lindsay 0 Bendelsdorf, b Stanley 9 Barratt, b Stanley 7 Jones, c Fitzgerald, b Stanley 11 Kennedy,run out 10 Walker, b Fitzgerald 5 Rees, b Lindsay 3   Whitford, not out 3 Sundries 1 Total 100 Daylight saving is causing a good deal of controversy. It is the way with all innovations, and the fun is likely to continu...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tempy Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 February 1917

Tempy Topics. The ornamented, but not ornamen- tal spider has been making himself manifest in this district, and despite the warnings given in the MAIL, a district resident has had a close call.   Mr. L. R. Chamberlain, the popular resident of Speed, was bitten on the leg by one of these venomous insects, and it was only prompt removal to St. Arnaud Hospital for treatment that saved his life. More than usual care is necessary this year, as the spider is very numerous. With the usual don't care style, the Australian sewn wheat sack is not the thing it should be. In all yards complaints regarding these bags are frequent, with the result of still further dockages for the cockie. He must make himself felt to get some of his own, and by co-operation alone can he do it. But it must be political as well as commercial.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sports Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

Sports Gatherings. Ifnteiding ncmpetitot's at the Gj lah sports gathering on 28;h inst., should take particnular notice that ena- . tries for the principal events close on Saturday next, so don't miss the date. Everything points to a mous sheessful.gathering, and the proceeds go the right way. You want to se cure your mtmber's ticket early, a?a. also make your arrangements fit ; so the day will be vacant. Even if you intend travelling on the specia? e?cursion to the big city, there is no ching to prevent you going ?o the sports-it will be easy to get on the train at Galah in the evening.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Soldiers' Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

Soldiers' Tobacco Fund. For the above fuud we have rece~? ved the following donetiona: Amount previously ackoowledged : .16 13 C A Bob (weekly) [making 25/] 1 C How about a smill donation as a Christmas offering ? /.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OUYEN GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

THE OUYEN GATHEEiNG. The executive committee of Ouyeu St. Patrick's Day Sports .Club me on Thursday night, Mr. Mitibsli pre siding over a good attendanee. The V.R.C. drew attention, by wire, to the fact that all prizes muss be trophies, and all riders amateurs, in the horse events. For the publican's booth, there were three tenders (a fourth came late, but was out of the running any how) and that of Mr. G. D. Brown at £40, was aneeoied. This is a bie advance on last year. In the matter of the special train from .Murrayville, the Railway de ptrtment stated the train would cosy p4O, with a possible rebate of £G should there be an engine available at Ouyen when it was re'iiredafor the train. This was considered sat isfactory, and we expect to see a biy crowd patronise the gathering owing to the facilities offered by way of coming eastward. The-concert.,t night: is going.to.be in keepfn w.hh the importance of the gathering.' One of the secre taries (Mr. H. Glowrey) has been in 1selbourn...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Father of Ten. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

Father oaf Ten. rb.Cpl. 1. J1. Wiltahire writes fro.n Salisbury Plains to Oc. . W. Pick eriog, the followiug !reezy letter: i Dear Pickering, S've a b-- d of cn:. itl et- the ink run off all over t..h? paper, bnt ?i?s the only one avatiLhle. I co a few. new yarns to tell you. A dedtni tion of tn Australian, " :ie has a set. oit false teeth, \we:rs wrietiet wateh, Ihis '--, p ci" · L; . t- i - asr.. ihe is the son o a t suatter." i'his Ia a British l'onit' de-' i i-i -: OnCr .of my Compi::ny w_ a fin Lnoln late!", Sand t:.lkic t. a sriook-per tnestop keeper said "' Are you :t, Austr, ian . thought they dr.itnk all the s-er. kissed all the girls, and :alled everv body h--- b . Aa this chap dlid none of these £hingasy e coul l hadlyv credit hio being, an ALA. trrliau. G. Gill, from Ouyen, is jus:. aercss from us in another omnpagy' . uhues ; W. Rose, from Sneed (he used to work about Onyen) is in my Com party. - [ail arrauge-pln-: ts here are cutrid; f':e~no le ters fro!o A~striri yet ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

GROeERS, DRAPERS, IRONMI0NGERS, ME RANTi, AND Cli.uIMSSsIN ARND MACHINERY AGE:TS.. -ROaBERTS = & - GILLESPIE, Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen. HBEAPEST A= ND = B ST = IN = ALL - LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMIENTS AýND MTACHINERY. C. G. CARTER, BUILDER OQ A LONS, GIGS, ]BUGGIES. '.ARTS ETC. Address: HOETOUN. Local A -ent : W. . 31. GILLESPIE. SUYEN SAWMPILLS AND BUILDINC SUPPLY TIMBER YARD AYTON & HATFIELD, TIMBER Mi RC ANTS, BLACKSMITHS & WH1EELWRIGHTS, EIGliES-ST~., (OUYEN. Horses Carefully Shod.. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. Firezrals Conducted In Alr- Part Of The District Under Our Own Supervision. Oak and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. J. 3. MATTHEIWS, PLU BER, FPA.INTPER, PAPER OKRE-ST., OUYEN. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. P. BRITT, ROWE-ST.. OU YEN. AGEN?T OE : CnnAniu Smith andi Co'.s "Sickle" Brand Manures; II. V. Mc egay's Famous Implem-ents; Harling and Sons' Gigs, Bnggies, etc.: John Lar-iing and Son, VWheat Agents; N...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

SALE BY AUTIOPIN I i OF MALLEE LAND. At :::,.'s Hotel. OUYEMN, U-]RS?DAY, Ist MARR@I. at 2 p.m. ) . A. CALDOW & CO. "ZT NDER inst-?ctions from the Ballarat I Trustees hsecutors and Agency Comnpany Limits?d. will offer as above (liirough their actioneer) the following Z?.tdliee Lands: In the Lstate of Mary Ann Cook, de ceased.-Al- that piece of land being allot. 1, parish of Wagant, county of EKarkarooc, containing 730 acres. About 200 acres have been cleared. Improvemwet- ieclude dweelingand dam. L(n Estate of R. G. Storey, deceased. All that piece of land being allotment 13, parish of Booronage. county of Jiarkarooe, held under Licence from the Crown, a d containing 840) acres. or thereabouts. This property is sit hated 5 miles from Kia siding. The improvements include two 1000-yard dcas, stable a--- chaff house and hut About 550 acre= cleared. TERMS AT SALE. MORSES FOR SALE. W. . RAAL- & SON ?AVE severz good Horses for pri vate sal handy to Donald. ZI9ECIAL an4d CL...

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