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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

R. A. CALDOW & C., LAND, S TD K &,> € i9 vW1 MUSS10 A 1T, I :i:XlI. ST.. 4)UYL\Fl SATES - IN ?IY PART OF THE 'TATE. ''( I NT-S (FOE Tb. 1r'.r1t.tt I e.e.zr-. tn 1 I j.rrtee. Aý:n."sir i Xiei :h.-'n :ml I)r,"v- UniIon If ~rv."_- :,nI lrilI. - ltr".er'~~D.-.~ ni-- ~wlirz.. 4'nI Etn.ý. Sr.rrn e Wjr i:n-. 'n Ig! ;"k'« , Fi-b lGmi; I.' I _,awlrer'n :anl B t," Truck- : Coloniaml M1oto t1 1j A--..-E nle xwir.i y nt' .mt i::Il ntua. Live Stnnnk : Hlwkrv :tni Skate Pamt.nr wuiv ingtrtne- - Ins. [1n lI anunn nt'n.n ln'-at" Bnyers Cliff and tntnmimn: Clmafnentter' oIrOlnnia, Jz.t ral Fir., Isnnramnne- T. Ct r nn anld Co., Mlotnr Car :alnd Cnnrri;ge XV.,rk4: $a=ia uw- inmnnwer..- Vii:rnu n till C1oy ,'rrinmnpht Plo Coy.: Crown Crenna Sepir So-n: _\l-nto~rn RVi..lmnmil[- Ann.i ;nnyrlinnn yon' reqnire pr.nnxrei.l DRAPER, iROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. R.OWE-Sr., _OUYEN. L. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH & - iKE-ST., OUYEN. WHEELW 5I1JHT, Stripper Combs a Spe Sarven Ba^sy ...

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

I rake Your District Known Suc:rm!tin same parts of the iis 3 trict new.s -,,rues but seldom. This is not= the fau!t :f the Editor, for he has no mirecuilus - power ol knowing wht is bappening in all the places, itt the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man oawoman take the matter i, hantd and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it, for yor dtr and, will You try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your town"hip or neighbor hood, such as weddiugs, 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 !ook after these trifles. The barest wreleaon is enoug .' 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

::. A. BIGNELL, '' ,' --M.P.S.A. SPHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIIST, -: 3 T.VGON-ST., CAR.TON, MIELB. " '?THE CHEMIST S WHO CARRIES :,'tOUR CONFIDENCE" , o? only do we eacel in the careful dis ' ;'sing of Prescriptions, but in the mat " of cure drngs, Patent Medicines and Preparations, etc. we offer o:ly the best ai'.' owest of prices. When ordering en close with. postage postal note for approx. amount. If more or less you will be no tijed with parcel. Doctors' Prescriptions ; disensed and forwarded by return. :M. A. BIG"NELL, YIy.5pS.A. y DISPENSING CHEMIST, i .323 Lygon-st. Carlton, Melbourne. ~EYESIGHT! [R. G. F. HEDGLAND, D.O.A.O.C-, S Iarnook-st., Armadale, S Will Visit Personally: uyen, Tes, 1VDasr 6 : (At Nitschke's Coffee Palace.) alpeup, Tues. Feb. 27; Underbool, Wednes. 2Sth; Murrayville, Thurs. r yafternoon March 1; Cowangie till 2 Sp.m. March 2. . 4"ALL GLASSES GUARANTEED. CONSULTATION FREE. OUYEN, MONDAY, February 26. 'tbye, Tuesday afternoon 27. .Cowangie, Wednes. morniog 28. ja...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Once a German. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

Once a Ge rmnan. "h.C.l.", of i'littyack, warbles thusly : - A naturalised Briton ! what folly is this ? A fig for such humour or vapor; Is Satan made fit for the regions of bliss. By signing a mere scrap of pap-r? Where honor is lacking, and morals are dead, Pray what is the worth of parole ? A small bit of preaching may turn a man's head. But that do s not alter his soul. Apostle or proselyte-both if you like, It coms to the same in the end, A double-faced man is far worse than a tyke, A turncoat is nevera friend. A man who turns dog on the land of his birth, Is not to be trusted fors re, An office made pedigree-what is it worth? Will it hold if the bloo-i is not pure ? A wolf in sheep's clothing is mostly in luck And easily comas by a feed ; A hen that is clucking :aty hatch out a duck, But that doesn't alter the breed. You may fit up a dog in the skin ofa goat, The dog wouldn't bleat if you did, But he'd certainly play from a different note When bled for a q-Larter of kid. Be ki...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmers and Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 February 1917

Farmers and Co-operation. SOuyen"' returns to the fray: Sir,-Iu response to your invita Iticno I would like a fewv words in reply to "Cooperation Every Time." but b fore doion so I wish it dis tinctIy understood that I have no grievaeCe aaEinst the producers or co-operatio!. aed to prove it, may s'ate that -I have as many shares in oa proposed mill as any other man in the district. B:t . still maintaiz that if farmera f- owo "' Experience's" a dvice and delivser the whole of their whe-t to bte prc'kcer and so close the other whoma 'agcies, we will be in a hig hole -when tho Pool is fin ished. It has taken the present wheat buyers years to work up their connection, so that they know exactly Fwhere to send their vheat for the! best market, also they have agents in every wzheat growing country to keep them supplied with reliable raports { on which to base their prices; this can not be done in one season. But the greatest difficulty would he the' fnoaneing; no firm can buy and ship whea...

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

Cricket. On Saturday afternoon, the Bache- lors and Benedicts had a tussle, and an enjoyable game resulted. Batting first, the solo men, thanks to Stan- ley (40, seven fours) and Osborne (18, three fours) principally, put up the respectable score of 94. When the married- chaps started, things didn't look too good, Emmett going to a straight one from Stanley when the score was just twice one. The remainder of the team, however, were more even than the single chaps, five getting into double figures, and good old sundries got there too and great was the joy in camp when the win-   ning hit was made. Following are the details: SINGLE. Ruse, b Barratt ... ... 8 Stanley, lbw, b Emmett ... 40 Leyden, run out ... 9 Lindsay, h Emmett ... 1 Walter, b Barratt ... 1 Osborn, b Barratt ... 18 Bendelsdorff, b Emmett 0 Kennedy, c Gillespie b Crosbie 5 Camrne, c Arnold b Crosbie 0 Fitzgerald, b Crosbie 7 Mahood, not out 1 Suudries ... 4 Total 94 MARRIED. Emmett, b Stanley ... 1 Crosbie,...

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

Local and General. In our last issue, we mentioned the effort being made to arrive at the meaning and derivation of the diffe- rent railway station names in the shire. We said, on reliable autho- rity, that (Ouyen meant a ghost, but now Mr. Kenyon assures us that the word has no meaning, and the black fellow called it Ouyen (with the ac- cent on the u) in the forties. Linga means a camp, and Cowangie white mist. Despite emphatic assertions to the contrary, the real meaning of Walpeup is most probably, big smoke. We expect to have a good exposition on the subject in the near future. You simply can't afford to miss reading every advertisement in this issue, and in gaining the information therein, you have a big advantage over the chap who doesn't buy the MAIL.   So far, Walpeup shire is compara-   tively free from thistle and weed pests, and only keen surveillance will keep it so. Just at present there is to be seen, near the railway residen- ces to the south...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

Vi. A. BIGINELL, S M .P.S.A. :i PHARMACEUTICALx CHIE.MIST, I3 LYGON-ST., CARLTOX, M\ELB. "THE CHEMIST SHO CARRIES YOUR CONFIDENCE" j'ot only do we excel in the careful dis I ensing of Prescriptions, but in the mat :terof pure drngs, Patent Medicines and 'Preparations, etc. we offer only the best 't lowest of prices. When ordering en :cdOse with postage postal note for approx. anount. If more or less you will be no 1iied with parcel.- Doctors' Prescriptions ' dispensed and forwarded by return. . A. BIGNELL, DISPENSING CHEMIST, -F323 Lvgon-st., Carlton, Melbourne. EYESIGHT ! . G. F. HEDGLAND, D.O.A.O.C., Larnook-st., Armadale, WVill Visit Personally: auy'en, Tues, IBMa' 6 S(At Nitschke's Coffee Palace.) -EValpeup, Tues. Feb. 27; Underbool, .Wednes. 28th; Murrayville, Thurs. afternoon March 1; Cowangie till 2 p.m. March 2. ALL GLASSES GU.ARANTEED. CONSUITATION FREE. YEN, MONDAY,. February.26. ye, Tuesday afternoon 27. ancie, WTednes. morning 2S. derbool, Wednes. from 4 p.m. 28. rra'vil...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Death of Mr. A. J. Stephens. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

Death of Mr. A. J. Stephebns. To many of our readers the above heading will be read with a regrer that is more than passihg. No ma ter how expected, deach is mostly saddening, baut in this case it is a public loss. From the day he came to Ouyen to take over the duties of shire seeretary, the late Mr. Snevers established himself as a towvnsnmia of worth, and it required very little ac quaintance to prove the gentlems.u Htardworking, conscientious, aol scrupulous in all he took in hand, is is small wonder that his illness carrsed : deep concerr and sincere sjfmipht.y. On all hands one heard the hope ex pressed that despite the serious conm plaint from which he suffered, ha would soon be among us again, hbr it was not to be, and after a fer months of suffering, he went the !?oo? journey on Tuesday evening of last week. Just 4-5 years of age, his life wa~s marked with a kindly interest fin the welfare of his fellows. As a public man he was for some time a member of Majorca borough counc...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

Health a F.ctor to Success.--The larg est factor contributing to a m'an's snuccessw is undoubtedly health. It I,?s been ob served that a; man is seldom sick when his bowels ar, regular-he is never well when they are constipated. For constipation you will find nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's Tablets for the stbmach and liver. They not only move the bowels bnt improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. A Local Testimonial - One of MIany. Tiega, 12th Feb., 1917. AIR. ,. FITZGERALD, Sole Agent for lonaldeon Bros. & Tippett's Famous Austral Oil Engines. Dear Sir,--Having some experlence with the Ronaldson Bros. and Tippett Austral Oil En:gine that I purchased from MIr. G. Rowe, of Onyen, I can safely sey that if the farmers only knew the economic value and running cost of the Austral Oil Engine they would buy no other. You can use this in any way you like, Wishing you every success.-Yours faithfully, W. T. MORRISH. VICTORIAN PRODUCERS' CO-OPERATIVE COY. LTD. 589 to...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

T he O vyra YurmQil, m -, ,rmm . - ws r e191. GRO2ERS, DRRIPEIRS, 1iRNONERS, MEReTANTS, RIND - bM1SSION AND MACHINERY aGENa S. ROBERTS = & = GILLESPIBA~d Opposite Post Office, -,=aa·. Oke Street, Ouyen. CHERPEST - ND - BEST -- IN = LL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEAIHNG MAKERS OF FARM IMIPLEMENTS AIND ACH INERY. 7 C. G. CARTER, BUILDERI OF WAGGONS. GIGS, BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC. Address: HOPETOUN. Local Agent :~W. 3M. GILLESPIE. t DJUYEN SAWMILLS AND BUILDING SUPPLY TIMBER YARD. I AYTON & HATFIELD, I TIMBER MERCHANTS, L.ACKS-IVf THS & W?'EELWRIGHTS, iHUGES-ST., OUYEN. Horses CarePulk Shod. . i. Ii FUNE-RAL. CONDUCTED. ueraas Conducted In Ai?- P!art Of The District Under Our i Own Supervision. Oak.and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. - J. J. M?iTTHEWS, PsJLTV2ZER, PAdI TER, PAPER OKE-ST., , OUYEN. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. P. BRITT, DIE;NEAI ACOMYiISSIO. CO AGrENT, ROWE-ST., OUYEN. AGENT FOE: Cunmino Sm!iti and Co'>. 'SEiCkde Brand Manures; II V. MC 3Eay...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Those Cornsacks. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

Those Cornsacks. The Hon. John Gray, M.L.A., writes us in explanation Dear Sir,--I dictated a letter to you last week, which I now find has gone astray. Replying generally to your complaint as to the delay in the issue of certificates, I have to inform you that I made enquiries at the Lands department and they tell me that no delay has taken place there, but that if you give particulars of any special cases you know of full en quiries will be made as to whether delays, if any, have taken place. As to cornsacks, the comment in your paper than 100 bales were available for distribution but that only a small number were supplied. Under the conditions that apply in respect to cornsacks, it means that if an appli cation is not sent in promptly they are snapped up by dozens of other people who are in the same position as Ouyen. The difficulties in obtain ing cornsacks are such that to make up a consignment for Sea Lake they were collected as follows: Portions collected at Young, N.S.W., Fo...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

PIDNEEI S'ThRES, WALPEUP XN & SJUBERT, w-;CEPS. l)THA "ERS. AND )IRON2E(GEIiA. : Cit?|"·, l:\lN, POLLARD. WIRE OF AI, DERCRIPTIONS AT CURRENT RATES. PRICES RIGHT! QUAIaTY RIGHT! S --SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASHI ORDERS.--- GENCIES :-Beard and Sisson, Clarence Smith, International, Mercantile Muntual Insur;a.ce, and Manures. R. A. CALDOW & CO., (A UC'i'ION EE .I) LAND, STOCK, & CENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, FARRELL-ST.. OUYEN. SALES C'JDUGTED IN ANYi PART OF THE STATE. 1AGENTS FO- T he Perpetual Exec:tor an:l; Trnmsteee A .i~iti.n; Nicholson and orrow s I ni-n I-arvcst.ers and Drill[; Bftrer's Di?se: Kwlin, and '-o,. Strippers.. S~ nnower'., Wag.o.i.s, Field Gite.. BE-,a Loaders mand Bk a Trck; Colonial Muur.al L'ife WAssrance s-ciwty:; An-.tr:ali:u, .u\lt:Lt Live StOak; I.lwky an: d Skate Patent 'Siwindletree- ; Ja.. Bell and Co., Whl.:at B EFrs; Cliff and Bunting Chlaffentters; .: lonial Mutual Fire Inrt, :e : i'. (r:dine and Co., Motor Car and Carriage Works; B' haw...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Scandalous Action. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

A Scandalous Action. i. 2 often the lot of a journalist to ive expressiou to bard things, but otbhing that could be written is too b* -h for the latest departmental b! C er. When our soldiers went to kePn our end ap (their own was not S~pred) we prmised them every na *", nce in our power. The Go Pe c.. eut yelled what fine fellows t:h were, and said nothing would he -,vdrlooked in their interests. 2dst of our district soldiers bad in terests which required attention while they were absent, and to conserve these, attorneys were appointed. It is nothing to the discredit of these soldiers either that some of them had given liens on their crops to the L-E.as department for seed wheat and fodder during the drought period, and t?oose liens were to. be paid in dne course. Nothing wrong there, but the sequel is worse than scanda loeus. When the present wheat pool was started, every agent and sub s'ent throughout the State was sup plied with a book containing the names of every lien given to...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Underbool Utterings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

I Underbool Uttei inlgs Referring to a p;ar in a recent Ist5 regarding the taking off rf s,:lour" crops, one of these has brttled through on his own, and Mr ,Wandel put up notices recently as follows : "Come on, you patriots. ' It is hard to see Pte. G. Willoughby's crop shaking. I am going to make a start to take it off. Who will follow me on Monday, 19th ?'" That's practical, anyhow. Civility is not one of the features of our local post office. When one calls for mail he, or she, is curtly told to wait by the lady (!) in charge. As the season is late, settlers are going their hardest to get their wheat off the ground so as to get a start on the new cropping as soon as possible. The area under crop should be larger than ever. After three years battling, we are getting a crossing put in on she west side of the station. This will save a lot of carting-about- half a mile-for the farmers on the north. But most of the wheat will be carted before the crossing is finished. Why could not t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Murrayville Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

irurrayville Mems. A serious accident happened at T'utye on Saturday. While carrying wheat on top of the stack, Mr. T. iennedy, a well-known resident, tripped on a bag and fell to the ground, the bag he wascarrying fall ing on top of the unfortunate man. lie ,-aas promptly removed by "motor to Pinaroo for fnedical attention. It s f-ared that his back is injured. ne Iolden grain is coming in very 're-ev just now, and lumpers are .~ing-' big wages. No one conm ij s up to someone to get busy on -h- fL riway authorities with a view -to -rh'-ing our train service brought s.omw-.here within reason. On Sat Iid?y night the train which left Ousven at 1.30 arrived here at 9.25 ,u.? on eight hours for the run l On Thz,-dnay it arrived about 5 p.m., the prve time being 2.30, and a few -verb"s no it was past 6 when it ar riv.? one day. Just fancy the unfor tuna:e lot ot the travellers who left Ounvan at 9 x.m., and had to go nine hosrs, or more, without refreshment f :n?y" kind. There is no refr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victorian Farmers' Union. UNDERBOOL BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

VYtaorian Farmers' 1Union. UNDERBOOL BSANCIi Owing to members being still busy with harvesting operations, there.was only a moderate attendance at the usual monthly meeting of the above branch on Saturday week. Those present, however, were in' a good working mood, and some important matters were dealt with. The corn sacks trouble was first. A number of farmers are still short of require meats, but the Government, with that paternalness which it so loudly boasts, refuses to deliver any except on the prompt cash with order prin ciple. This is grossly unjust, con sidering the security held, and the member for the district will be urged to endeavor to persuade the Govern- I meat to continue to accept orders I on the Secretary for Lands:.' Another important matter, in view of thbe financial position, is back rents. Farmers have many urgent calls to meet, and the Government will be urged to accept interest only, allow ing the arrears to stand over fox a further term. Business at Underbool...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

Bereavement Notice. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dean desire to ten- der their sincere THANKS to the many friends, especially Mrs. Herring, and Walpeup Red Cross Society, for expres- sions of sympathy as expressed both practically and otherwise, in their recent sad bereavement. Walpeup, 17/2/'17.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 February 1917

Local and General. Galah Red Cross Society contin ues its good work, and deserves all the support you can give. Up to last week the sum of f57 18/1 h is been received (profits from enter tainments), and of this £45 went to aid the Australian sick and wounded soldiers. A number of donations promised are outstanding, and now that money will be a bit more plentiful, it is hoped intend ing donors will not forget this big obligation. In connection with the visit of Arthur Douglas and his company to Ouyeu for the concert of the St. Patrick's Day Racing Club, it wil! perhaps interest centres along the line to know that arrangements may be made for concerts at, say, Walpeup, Boinka, MIurrayville, and Pinuniroo. Anyone feeling in terested may obtain the address from Mr. T. Ruse, Bank of Vic toria. Ouyen. It is a fine oppor tunity to get a high class popular entertainment. Still another harvesting record. A couple of issues back we stated that the Hodson brothers, working for Mr. T. ,Walsh, p...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 February 1917

Local and General. A number of our exchanges speak very crossly to their debtors. In most cases legal proceedings are threatened, and .really would seem necessary. We do not want to be driven to such ugly methods, and be lieve the majqrity of those 'whose names are on our books need only reminding. We want the cash in all conscience, and are hoping those few shillings you. owe ill be paid promptly. "Dinkum'" asks us to put our Un derbool correspondent right reeardiog alleged disccurtEsy at the local post office. He :e erts that on the oc casion referred to by our correspond ent, when a caller for mail was requested to wait, the lady in charge was busy atrending to another cus tomer-a by no means unusual tbhing in any pczt ?fice at cer~lia: ;W of the day. Hunger the Best Sauce.-Satnce is used to create an appetite. The right way is to look to the digestion. When that is good you are certain to relish your food. Chamber:ai?'s Tablets for the stomach and liver improve the digestion and...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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