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The Soldiers' Smokes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917
The Soldiers' Smokes. * We have received the following do nations to the fund for helping to buy tobacco and cigarettes for Our Boys at the Front: Amount previounsly acknowledged: ... ... ... £16 14 0 J. Swan, T. Ruse, W. Graham, J. loare, W. Bennett, G. Lewis, W. J. 8teele, V. S-taley, W. Owen, S. En glefield, W. E. Bennett, T. Tonkin, M. Dolan, J. O'Caliaghan 2/6, M. O'Callaghan, D. Cloonan 2/, E. Lord, F. Sporne, J. W-alsh, F. M'Mahon, J. Smnnock, J. O'Keefe, D. Pianta 2/, A. Emmett 5', F. Harrington, E. Schubert. R. Young, O. Penny, D. M'Grath, W. Wilson, L. Cameron, E. Evarns, W. Dolan 2/, R. Vallance 5/, R. Scott 2/, R. S. Jennings, S. Clocasr , 1). Telford, P. Mionaghan, C. Dennis. A. Derendel, W. Selkirk 2j6, A. Gilbert, K. Farrell, E. hall, A. Grifiths. C. Dunkley 2/, A. Hall, G. M'Cracken, H. Burnclh, cR. Coo "per, B. Carroll 2/, B. Emmett, E. J. Bayes, G. Kimmo 2/, F. Johnson, P. barr 2/, S. iM'Lean 2/, J. Boss, E. Carroll A. Morris, A. Barnes, L. Lawlei, F. Kraft. G. Eas...
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917
JYlake 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 ifacut of residents in the silent places. TVill some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease ? If no one else is doing it Atr ycur district, will You try on these lines ? fend accounts cf public and social erets in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings,' deaths, acci ie,-cs, concerts, matters touching on ) industries, etc. Secretariesof public noncerns such as the Farmers' Union, can aid their cause considerably in this way. Don't bother about grammar or -sae!11ing ; it is the Editor's work to ?ck alter these trifles. The barest skieletoc is enough. Write on one side of the paper c.ly. Give inforrmation, but let criticism i one
Welcome Home. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917
Welcome Home. In response to the broadcast invi- tation to attend at the Public Hall on Friday night to tell some of our sol- diers that we are glad to see them home again, over 100 residents put in an appearance. The gathering was a most happy one, and the sol- diers were just as happy. Cr. H. W. Pickering occupied the chair, and fne music was provided by the Ouyen orchestra and the Hodson Bros., Ms. Gillespie, Mrs. Rees, and Mr F Ecuyer rendered songs, Sergt. Rogers gave some amusing character impersonations, and Mr. W. Bennett gave an Irish dig. The ceremonial! part was brief, the chairman giving a spirited speech of welcome, and presenting each of L.Cpl. Mills and Privates H. Waters, T. Cooley and R. H. Cummings with an artistic letter of appreciation. In doing so, he mentioned that the author of the inscription on the letters was the hero, Cpl. E. Williams. The chairman's remarks were sup- ported by Messrs. A. W, Cooper, C. B. Waiter, W. X. Ritchie and W. J. Steele. L.Cpl. Mill...
The Wounded Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 March 1917
'The Wounded Soldier. Some few weeks back, we had lodged with us a serious statement regarding the pension of a returned wounded soldier. We at once brought the matter under the notice of Mr. S. Sampson, M.P., and the reply from the Deputy Commis- sioner of Pensions tells all that is required. We are quite prepared, at any time, to investigate any complaints. Here is the reply, the soldier's name being omitted for obvious reasons: Dear Mr. Sampson, I have just received your enclos- ure from Mr. Ritchie, of Ouyen; referring to the pension of Private, - of Warracknabeal. Private - has lost a leg as a result of his military service, and therefore he comes under the second schedule of the War Pensions Act, which pro- vides in his case for a full pension for six months and three-fourths pension for the rest of his life. Private -- was granted a pension of £2 per fortnight from 9/4/16. On the passing of the amending Act this was- increased in June, 1916, to £3 per fortnight from date of g...
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
hhurch Services. CIIURCIT OF ENGEAND. Palm Sunday-, April Ist. The Rev. G. E?. Downton, Th. L., wilt officiate as fol lows :- a.m-, Boinka (s.c.); I0 am, Tutve (I.C.) ; 12 noon, Cowangie North (s.c.) ; 7.30 p.m., 3lIurrayville. April 2nd :-7 a.m., 3lurrapville (B.c.), 8 p.m., Welshman's Plain. SApril 3rd :---8 p.m., Linga. April 4th .--8 a.m., Linga (n.c) Sednesday, April 4th, Galai S pm. Thnrs~ay, April 5th, Nung"a S p.m. Good Friday. April 6th, All Saints', On, yen, 1Ia.m., Kia, 8 p.m. :; Easter Day, All Saints', Ouyen, 9a.m. ( c.) and / 7.30 p.m., (Evensong); St. Paul's Wal I peup, 12 noon, (B.c.) The Revr. G. E. Downton will officiate at all services.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
-S' e F Walpeunp. SNkFRGISTEREI) DOGS. OT CE is hereby giyen that any per son n-iho is the owrer. of an Unre red IDog is liable to a penalty for ti.ni!ars should be given to the Dog la4ictors; Mr. H. E. tjarrett, of Mur irile, or Mr. A. C. Gilbert, of Onven, , the undersigned. . JAMES E. SINNOCIk,: , • 'Shire.Secretary. 3rc oflices, S en. ~27 /3/'17. ty?e Sports glub. ANA MEETINM W ILL BE HELD ON ,ednesday, 25th April. Proceeds for Patriotic PT-ipeses.. -,. Vrogar7. ............. Program-: ."7: ? HORSE EVENTS. ?mjler Rule 54. Amateur Riders 9ni - tAL STAKES, of £6. Six furlongs. ?:?;om. 5/. YtTE CUP, of 20. Onemile. Nom :L?tion 15/.. °ELTY PONY RACE.,' 14.2 a.u., oi i?-. Four fr. Nom. 4/ SING HANDIC.S P, of AI0. Five . Nom. 8!. A THLETIC EVENTS. eld Handicap, of ,5. 130 yards. om. 3/ accept 2/. ~ce Handicap, of £2 10/. 100 yards. Tom. 1/., ed Ladies' Race, of £2. Nom. 2/ le Ladies' Race, of 30O/. Nom. 1/. i undkr 14 yrs. 10/; entry 6d. i u'nSiter 14 yrs. 10/ ; entry 6d. OiBuffers' R...
Ouyen Flour Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
Ouyen Flour 1II11. Mr. .T. Swsrn: ,.riter on ,h. ;hoe.s topio, under d:at-, Ouyen, ,it"; r d.: - Sir,-I notice in your last issue that the Underbool 'Farmers; Union are inviting two of the directors of above mnill to attend their next meet ing, and explain objects crierning same. This in my opinion is asmove in. the iighdt direction, and I musa compliment Unde.rbool. L well re member when an effort wa~s being made to start the freezing works at Murtoa, what a difficulty the direc tors had to dispose of sufficient shares to register the company. Meetin, wvere held in all the large towus, and Interested people put in a lkt of work, but still without success. As a final. effort it was decided to make a farm, to farm canvass kthrough the wholeof the district intereste', men were ap pointed to work di:tL-'ent parts of th - district, local farmers: isststing with their conveyances. This- methto proved a success, and to-day the In land Freezing Works stands as sm object lesson of what can ...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
Local and General. Owing to the Easter holidays inter vening, there will be 0o IssuE Of the !'L on' April 11. Advertisers should take note. Negligent ratepayers of Walpeup shire should hurry up, If they wish to save themselves annoyance. The council has been indulgent through the lean years, but now intend ge~ting a brisk move on. Where verdicts have already been obtained and not satisfied, distress warrants will be is sued on Monday next, while all rates trwo or more years in arrea.r, will be sued'for at the expiration of 14 days from the date of the final no tices now issued. You can't expect roads to be made if you don't pay the rates. You will enjoy the entertainment at the hall on Saturday night, for the Mildura people say so. A meeting of the committee of St Patrick's Day races was held on S l o';iay'nigh,yr. ,~itcheII presiding. The secretary, Mr. H. Glowrcy, r ported receipts to date to be £111 1/2, while there were still 100 rnem bers' tickets not yet settled. As it is comp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
Liva sri t-Huw is May b. Av'idei- ,ti-;." ·-... i- n-cnally cot(traeid ?lwhen the b in a cold. 'he cold prepares the *t :L ,:ld. -teIm [Lj r lte reception and de e'in ".e?-.... t ,. t.e diph; :eria gtrmns. When ..:r'e ar- ca~,, of dipl theri, in I he neigh i?trh..i -hilren that have col.ds shonld p ie k p;:t a?,tvni aeo off the street until .,--rd. (,ie tiem Chamberlain' s ;\' ', ., ...n-!edy and they will not Ihave to m ar it lanw- l-n;. It also cleans out -t e ena-ure 'rds, which formi in a child's : .riyt wj.-h t h hLts a cold, .ntad minimizes n rC-i- ,f ',,Ir.ac'ting infections diseases.. Straight At jt.-Therei iiino no e of our -be;tiug aronnld the buell. We mihzlt as well out with it first as lat We want you to try CIL'rherlhin's Curi!h ltez-.edy tihe next time you have a ct'utgh or cold. 'IThere is no rea-in so far a.L We can see why yon should not do so. This prepar ationr by its renmarik;ible encur-. I: gain'ed a world-wide repanttion, and people every: f where' speak of it...
The Soldiers Smokes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
The Soldiers' Smokes We have received the following do nations to the fund for helping to buy tobacco and cigarettes for Our Goyvs at the Front: amozonarevijoslv akn~owlr.2ed' ... ... £21 14 A. S. M'Queen. A. W. Fischer, A Bugge 2s. WV. O'Snea, S. Lord, W. S. Bcoley, A. Feaotherby, M. Took, A. Barnes, S. Presley 2s., M. Fitzmatr ice, D. Clohesy, W. James, T. Cregan, E. Mason, W. B. Kavanagb, A. S. Daymnan, S. H. M'Len, S. M. Logan, W. M'Namara, W. Mossop, P. HaEs set, A. Baker, W. Eddey, E. Delaney, H. French, .E. M'Gee, J. West. Mrs. Westh, Anon 2s, A. iMatchett,. S. Buchanan, J. M'Donald, F. M'Mahoa, J. Hopkins, P. Maloney, A. Stewart. Walpe, W. McDousld, G. Chesterfield, F. Domaschens, E. F. Holland, J1. H. Summers, G. Nimmo, P. Hayes, W. Lynch, A. M'Lean, D. Guiney, J. Brits, T. Britt, A. Mlathieson, .J. Frankel, B. Mossop, E.. Quirk, A. Frankel, S. Englefield, E. Marny; J. Nulty 2s., G. M?i'Cracken, W. Cooney, A. Eug lemann, E. liekey, G. Drennan, G. Crone, W. Oakey, A. Boromeo...
Waipeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
Wbalpeup Shire Council. At the usual monthly meeting of the above body held at the shire of ire, Ouyen, on Friday night, there 'ere present Crs. Heaht (president), P'ickering, G!en, Farreli, and Mossop. COt EsPoDE-, -CE. A request by Underbool branch of the V.E..U. that road works be star fed early this year, will be dealt with in due course. Mrs. Oke applied for registration ~of her private hospital in Pickering at, Onyen, and this was granted. The question of area of H. W. kobinsca's block, Daalko, was set tied by the chairman of the Land Barc. who stated that hitherto the holder had beenu rated for 100 acres excess, while .1. Shaw, Tutye, had been rated for 13S acres, excess. The necessary amendments have been made. Perm.ission to erect a horse post in onnt ot chetr premises w-as granted 5Iesrs. Avton nd Hatfield, Ouyen. Xatpccl branch of the V.F.U. asked co-operation in an endeavor to I ta-e the iRailwas Picnic excursions I evended a. Milcura, bhaLt as the Exs cative c 'the Rail...
Mallee Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
MIallee Lands Available. ..... -.4-- The following Mallee areas reS a' ailable for selectionr up to Wednesday April 11 : Parish of Woornack, allot. 37, 697 acres, 2nd class, 8 miles from Nuong; allot. 21, 658 acres, 2n.d class, 9 miles from Nnnza. Parish of Wagant, Iallot. 2, 750 sac:, 2od class, 9 miles from Kia; allot. 6, 724 acres, 9 miles from Ouyen. Parish of Wathe, allot. 36, 731 ac., 2nd class, 9 miles from Hopesoun; allot. 30, 639 acres, 2nd class, 7 miles from Turriff; allot. 28, 780 acres, 3rd class, 6 miles from Tnrriff; allot. 20, 735 acres, 3rd class, 3 miles fronr Gains. Parish of Yat.pool, allot. 36, l640 a.e. 2nd class, : miles from Carwarp. P:arish of Yallum, allot. 8, 617 ze.: 2nd cl:ass, 11 miles from Turriff. The "Merry Punchos" Onye~a,. Saturday nighyt, after 11 week?S inr Mildura.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
GROeERS, DRAPERS, IRONt ,GE'-S., i~ A~KeHNi~TS, AND e8131MI.~SION AN.D MA?HINERY AGENTS. RBERTS = & GILL EPIE9A Opposite Post Office, ' ;, Oke Street, Ouyen. en-nAPEST - AND - ?BST - IN - ALL = LINEaS. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. t S2UY¥El ELWfLLS AND EUdiD C SUFPLY TI8BEE YARS. AYTON & HATFIELD, TJMBE MIERCHANTS, SLACKSTI-THS & WHEELWR!GHTS, GhiES-52T.. OU Y EN. Horses Carefully Shod. - FUNERALS CONDUCTED. Inerai-s Conducted In An'- Part O?f The District Under Our SOwn Supervision. S- Oak and Kauri Coffins Always On Hand. . J. J. MATTHEWS, r· PP~LU~~fRBER, PALNT-~~ 8eR, PAPHEER HAMG-E R, ETC.. OXKE-ST., OUY]EN ALL ORDtRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. P. BRIT T, GENERALI COM11lKISSION AGEG NT, ROWE-ST., OUYEN. AGE!NT FOR: Ceminir Emith a?d Co'.s "'Sickl'" Itre.d Manures; B. V. Me ~ay'a loamon.s nImplzments; Iiadlirp ?r:l ?:'?u"rS Gis. Bngp:es, etc.; John )ariixg and Son, wheat Agenmtr ; 'ew Z?ar;'r 1z..-narze e (o. Fire, 1Ma...
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
Make Your District Known -- -* 4 , . . . . Concerning same parts of the di?s trict newscomes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miraculoiis power of knowing Swhat 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 wvents 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'.Unico, Scan aid?their cause cousiderably in Sthis -way. Don't bother about grammar or spelling; it is the- Eitor's work to look after these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write on one side of the papar only. Give iuformiaion, bunt let criticism alone,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 March 1917
PIONEER STORES, WALPEUP. RBGAN & SsiEiBERT. GROCERS, DRAPERS, AND IRNONNGER-?;. :,HAFF, BRAN, ['(i)LLARD. WVIRE OF ALL DE CRIPTIONS AT CUtiRENT RATES. SPRI3ES RIGHT! QUALITY RIG_-:T! -SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.-- - '.GENCIES : -lie:~ard and Sison', Clarence Smith, Internationa!, Mer:?ntile Mnntui Insniance, and 3manures. R. AB .ALDOW & COB, (_.1TF.JN .EE.) : LAND, STDhK, & ENfERAL £ONMISS1D. ' AGENT, FA iRRELL-ST., OUYEN. SALES ?D~!DU~TED N AMY PAST OF THE STATE. ..:'A4GENTS FOR The Perpetu:rl Exeenr.to-s an,t Trntees Aocia.tion: Ne:hlson and Mcrruw's UJ::ioon IIHarves~ter andt Drill'; B:-rger' Discs: i?awlin' and :,,'. Strippers. "Minnowers, WVagtons, FielL Gates, Bat Lo:ders anti B]g Trucks; Cc:lonild 1utual Lie A-isnr.: ce Sdciet.y; Australian .Mntu:al Live Stok : iH:'.wkv and Ska;te Patent Swingleetrees; Jas. Bell and Co., Wihea t Buyers; Cliff :and Bunting Chafficutters; C~o?onil Inutuai Fire Insuranee; T'. Craine and Co., .Motor Car and Carriage Wo...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 April 1917
Local and General. As stated previously, owing to the Easter holidays intervening, there will be NO ISSUE of the MALr. on Wed nesday next. You will see the particulars of two Crown lands sales to be held at Ony en and Murrayville respectively, in our advertising columns. The allot ments are variously situated. There is on view in Mr. Ben Oke's news agency window, an enlarged photo of thre first shop in Ouyen. The contrast of then and now is very pro nounced, more especiallyas it is only nine years since the original photo .was taken. And we are prophesying that the progress of the town during nine years will be much more pro nounced. Just a reminder. Tatye sports are to be held on Wednesday, 25th inst., znd, the date for entries is important. The program is a particnlarly rich one, so be sure and get a run. Tomorrow week there assembles at Ouyen a most important confer ence. It is that of representatives of Mallee branches of the V.~.U. to ap point a district council. Ia view of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 April 1917
N MONDAY. APfRIL 1G& VfIl"up., Tuesda-. ,, 7 ~~derhool. Wedne~sday. I ,, 1 i rt r" i" Thursday afternncrt- , 19, . an d Friday morning ,, 2&lt; '~1 : CZOE'SULT 1 2:.e ?n. of the largst dentail practices in r:th:s, \;; I .h wv ,ave 1tit up by good work * air! kLp. with cue clients. CiTY PRICES. Ia' yo,' .t't ;tetlen to at. ,ity prices. -le t bestant i tilat -o-datte metianla it,?.?:. - lJDn.::a'p'. nod lir: Americ r:a 1:*= tss Pibeare much lighter tdun 'ontinarv rn}an.' They are so natural '? hey dut'y do eation. A .,.NEW'X DIS.CO1ERY-. he lnt, new .-co~vvry lot the extraction of :: i. Anr)5 n t.thl a:: s' re'!aovee, "or S:t 1; ncr'e. wahe.~his lrelklrltton is lied. No painoratr e~reataa. I:,.'?;r Ir. n:.theti .s recently brought from i·-r n o'. i- t,:, one2 o f o u r;" st aliT. i &lt; '.xtr. . Ions 2,0. C Ult STAFF. -'e :?,.' I ,a a ialeaIto oar statf two Doctors qi."" fr.aa U.S.Ak. These a? ntrlemena ' is " a r"ua"ht "all the latest appttances to ne t )rcE G...
Victorian Farmers' Union. OUYEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 April 1917
Victorian Farmers' Union. OUYEN BRANCH. Members evinced a lively interest in the special meeting of the above branch on 92nd nit., Mr. H. W. S -Pickering presiding over a fiune atten dance. The mos: important item of the s~pcial busi?nss was a letter conven i.z a conferenOce at Bendigo to de cize on the question of choosing a candidate iz the Union interest for the Wimirnua.-This caused a good ieal of discussion, members being -nasnimously of the opinion that the time is not opportune to attempt to unseat Mr. Sampson. It was deci dd, however, to nominate Mr. S-mpson, provisionally on his being quahlfied, but to state that this branch the strongest, not only in the elec to'-ate, but in the State) does not con sider it advisable to contest the elec tion. In the event of the conference deciding to run a candidate, it was decided that in the event of Mr. Sampson not qualifying, to support ahe candidature of Mr. Weaver. The secretary, Mr. E. J. Glowrey, was chosen as delegate to the con ...
The Soldiers' Smokes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 April 1917
The Soldiers" Smokes. We have receivedr the following do nations to the fund fbr helpiog to buy-' tobacco and cig~aces. for Our Boy~s at the Front: Amounot previously acknowledged .. ... -... £25 12 o C. Willianson, W. J.. O'Coner, R. Banworth. ?,V Harper, G. Doug las, R. Lawler, T. Scholtens, J. Bate nan 2/, J. Cresp, A. laatcher, H. u5cry, S. Martin, G. Eastwell 2/, R. Eastweli, P.. F~rd, A. O'lU-?hlia, A. l'Owan, J. Loxton, J. De-oehey, .T. Logan, W. Jolley, J. R.berwon, R. Byrne. 1. Ritchie, F. Osborne, A bob. Except where otherwise mensionic each of the above dona'?t!.sn is of !/. Total, o date £27 0 0
Cowangie Easter Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 4 April 1917
Cowangie Easter SYiors. Following are the handicaps for the various events at the above meet ing. A special train will leave Ou yen at 9 a.m. on morning of sports, and leaves on return at 7.30 p.m., Cowangie Handicap.- Rose Pink 10.12, Bay Leaf 1010, Eulbertie 10 7, Etta Dale 10 7, Shim Jim 10 0, Lidy Van 9.7, Sadre 9 6, Duddo 9.0, Benlight S 10, Radforo 8.7, Muddle 83, Killarney S.0, 1Bullocky Queen 1M.F.O, Little Bob, Kcdak 8 0. Flying.- Rose Pink 11.0, Bay Leaf 10 11, Eulbertie 107, Beta Dale 105, Slim Jim, Donola 100, Lady Ven 9.10, Duddo 9.7, Radford 9 0. Sparrow 8S10, Muddle 8.7, Palal, 8.5, Conroy 8.3, Bullocky Queen, Sun Queen, M.F.O., Nellie Cain, Little Bob, Sir Sadre 8.0. Pony Race.-Five Crown 9.7, Par ain 9.2, Chorus 9.0, Wee Sol 8.9, Queenie, Tipperary 8.7, Nellie Cain 8.5, Mallee Maid 8.3, Message 8.2, Comes, E.A.D., Minnie, Wallace 8.0 Hurdles.- Rose Pink, Bay Leaf 11.0, Slim Jim 10 0, Benlight 10.5, Doctor 10.5, Blackmore 10.0, Spar row 9.9, Lady Ven 9.7, Max White M...