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The Wheat Harvest. AVERAGE OF 1.38 BUSHELS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

The Wheat Harvest. AVERAGE OF 1.38 2USHELS, The extent to which the drought affected the wheat harvest of Vic toria for 1914-15 is shown by the Government Statist in a return just issued. Although there were nearly 300,000 more acres under cultivation than in the 1913-14 season,the yield was only 3,940,246 bushels, or an average of i.33 bushels per acre, as compared with 13.84 bushels par acre. The aver age 1.09 bushels compared with 17.23 bushels in 1913-14 Borunug Swhich the previous year had the highest average for the State with 18- 16- bushels per acre, last season only produced .9C bushels per acre. Ii Gladstone the average fell from 17.38 to 1.52, Bendigo from 15.60 to -72, lfeira from 16.14 to L.74. The counties which fared best were Hampden and Grenville. In the former the average fell from 15.96 to 12.83, and in the latter from 12.61 to 10.09. The total area under wheat in 1914-15 was 3,056,097 acres. The respect;re totals for the County of Kara Kara were 159,767 and 135, ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Mail Tinime Table. The revised time table of mails received at, and despatched from the local Post Office, is as follow: ILOLOURNE LIN;E--Mails close for Nvoomelang. Birchip, TWatchem, Donald, St. Arnaud, Maryborough, and Melbourne at 8.30 p.m., on Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. and Friday. Nunga, Monday, W"Vednesday and Friday at S.30 p.m. M?ildura, ionday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Firiday, at 3.30 p.m Mails are received from Mel bourne, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Donald, Vatcb.em, Birc&i. and W' oome!ang at 2.0 a .m. on Tues day, Wednesday, Thiursday, Fri day and Saturday. Nunga, Tues day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2.30 a.m- i.ildura, Monday, Tues day, VWednesday, Thursday, and Friay, at 9.20 p.m. M.URRAYVIILE LINI----MailS close for Tiega, Galah, 'alpeup, Nyang Underbool, LIinga, Boinka, Tutye, Cow'angie, Dar yo and Murrayville, at s.95 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, ancid at 12.45 p.m. on Saturday. Paiguie, Tuesday and Thursday at 8"!5 e.m. Mails are received ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

L.KENNEDY B Basnmith anld ~Wbielwright, OKE-STREET, OU. EN. SStripper Ccrnbs a specialty. A. T. HALL, OUYEN BOVT S O o Prices, Qua1ity & Fit to Y`ourSatisfaction. REPAIRS CONE ,, trW4RJ~li~ ~ 1ivI1ll_____ A .·j;"SO~S MEIBOURNE1 Eight flours Art Unioan.i Ac~iowl~gc to Tbe one of the tost rnnine of.zl± rthe Art Un~innas evere hehd.l d Year. 59th YeaLr. AS POPI-A- AS FVER. ItE GRlAYT IE NT O 1HE '7E iAR. 59th Anmiverisar) Eight Hvrs Day. - ra-nd Fete, Bazaar and Art Union. ii I dn of Charities (To-nr. and Ccurntry) ,ihibtion Bui~dir.gs, 2el):curne, ONDAY, 26th APER. (3 onrs lav. Public & Bank oliday1 Eighg 13Hors lrt Umnon. 1003 F:zs vaneC 41000. 1Yorhs of Art iby Australian Artists. 1st "rize-O;l Painting-Valuef500 2md Prize-Oil Painting-Valuej100 3rd Priz.e-Oil Painting- Vaiue.r 50 nnI1.97 ot Prizes ranging in value fron ? 2,;. NOT~ --The Corrmittee are pur chas;ing alndpacin. for the ictu-re-s the: amio~aitsat which they are valuied is above stated. Ii order Howrx--r...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Original Poetry. We've reached the land of drought and heat, Where nothing grows for us to eat. For winds that blow with scorch ing heat This Mallee land in hard to beat. Oh, Mallee land! Hot Mallee land ! As on the burning sand we stand And look way across the plains, And wonder wvhy it never rains. We have no wheat, nor yet an oat, Nor grass enough to feed a goat; Chickens can't stand upon th?,i feet And pigs as racers can't be beat. Oh, Malle lIand! Lean Malleef land I As near the Ouyen damrn we stand And note its parched and dusty( bed, And think of HIim Who ravens fed. We do not live, we only stay; W'e are too poor to get away. Still while we have a crust to eat We'll grin and bear the dust and heat. Oh, Mallee land! Dry Mallee land, As in the whirling dust we stand We yet feel sure next year you'll see. Good crops in plenty there will be. ___

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Disputed Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

The Disputed Territory. Since the Murrayville country in this State and the Pinnaroo lands in South Australia have been opened. up attention has been given to a strip of dense scrub, two miles in width, ;and having an area of about 20,000 acres, which completely separates the two districts. The territory, still known as "The Dispute," was claimed by both States, and re cently a verdict was given by the Privv Council in favor of Victor;a. Towards the end of iazt year the strip was surveyed into 33 allot ments, varying from 600 to 900 acres each, and applications were invited and the blocks allotted in January last. The Water Com mission, which has control of the eperations believes that it would be desirable to have the greater part of thss area prepared for cropping this season. This, of course, has involved the clearing away of scrub, and operations were begun toward; the end of INovem berunder the superintendence of two of the local Shire councillors who were experienced in mallee...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. OUYEN v. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Football. OUYENT v. RAILWAYS. The above teams met on Satur day afternoon and the game re sulted in a win for Ouyen by seven points. Ouyen was captained by "Curly" Willoughby and the Railway team by E. Abbott. Both teams were very " green" and in stances of good football were few and far between. For Ouyen, M?. Dolan, Nancarrow, Willoughby (2) and Arnold showed out best. The Railways showed that they have some real good men amongst them, the playing of Abbott, Grey,. M'Keimsh, Clarke and Venville leaving nothing to be desired. W. L. Park umpired the game im partially. Final scores were : Ouy en, 5 goals 4 behinos Railways, 4 goals 3 behinds

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

The Drought. Commenting on the Prime Minister's statement that the present-drought is not serious as s-ome peopoe wish to make out, the "Wecstern Advertiser " says: "As far as the Lower Darling is concerned, the strongest of the pastoral'ists are 'right up against It.' and their troubles areunneces sarii enhanced by the new tax on leasehoclds. which catches them at a most inopportune time. We take it that onily a very few would have orumbled at a straight out war tax during the continuance of the war, proviaded that it had been levied on those able to pay-that Is to say, on the basis of one's in come. But a tax on leaseholds while the unfortunate lessees are at their wit's ends to know how to tide o-er this terrible crisis is something in the nature of the 'last straw.' Those who have been lucky enough to lighten their load of sheep before the last pinch came are not so badly off, or rather they will not be so soon as we get the Autumn rains-that is. if we get them at all-but there ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

CHURCH NOTICES. Anglican Church-Ouyen 7.30. Boulka 11, Kja 3. MethodistChurch - Ouyen iI and 7.30; evening subject. "Thel King's Example to His People " ; Galah 3 (Belgian Service), Mr W. Castle; Presbyterian Church - Ouyen West 11, uniga 3, Ouven 7.30. Rev. J. A. Irvine. Catholic Church-Mass will be celebrated at Ouyen on Sunday at S a.m. and 10 a.m. by Rev. Pather1 Kelty.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. A MILITARY WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Social. --0- A MILITARY WV DDITNG. A wedding that attracted con siderable attention from the public was that of a military natuLre which took place in the Rainbow Method ist Church last week, when Private H. H. Harvey, son of Mr and Mrs H., T. Harvey, of Stawell, was united in the bonds of holy matri mony to Miss A. T. Mead, daugh ter of Mr and Mrs L. Mead, of WaIpeop. Apart from the fact that the wedding was the first of its kind that has taken place in the annals of Rainbow history. it was all the more interesting as the bridegroom would be leaving a Soung bride behind while he would be at the front fighting for his King. and country. The church had been tastefully decorated with flags of the nations and evergreens and as the hour approached for the wedding-viz., 6.30-crowds sought to obtain seats, As the bride walked down the aisle lean ing on the arm of her uncle, PMr J. Borlase, the choir rendered the anthem " The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden." After the ceremony had been perf...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARWARP. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

GAR WARP. -0- From our Correspondent. A meeting of the Carwarp Pr gress Association was held on 3aturday evening, 27th Marc. There was a fair attendance oi members and the president (IMr F. M'Na.bb) occupied the chair. CORRESPONDENCe. From Acting-Chief Inspector of Giame stating that closi season .r black faced or mallee kangaroo i. now from 1st january to 30th iJune, and it is now legal to shoit the animal from 1st July to 31is December ef each year From Mrs A. Doig, Coburgr, ae. cepting letter of sympathy fro: Carwarp settlers. From A. S. Xenyon, Water Supply Commission, stating tic:d Inspector' Crosbie has been .?. structed ts supply water trough as' desired, and also the Railway Dfl1 partment had been asked to mnah; up water shortage in leaky truc7. From District Superintenderti Officer re provision for small hard gate, also a crossing at north end, stating that same are still und zonsideration, the result of which will be advised in due course. On the motion of Messrs Sha, and ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

General News. It is reported that a number of graziers in the Mildura district communicated with Mr Clement Wragge, the well known meteor ologist, asking his opinion as to when the drought would break up. Mr Wragge courteously replied that as he was not now employed by either the Commonwealth or State Governments as meteorologist, he could not give his opinion gratuit ously, but wouki be pleased to do his best on receipt of a honorarium of ten guineas After consultation it was decided to send on the hono rarium, and the reply was then re ceived that the drought would not break up until July. An Echuca paper is credited with stating that Mr Wragge supplied a forecast (also for ten guineas) to Goulburn Valley residents. In this it is stated the drought is to' break in June. We hope Mr Wragge will be proved incorrect by a much earlier fall rain. Some people are alleging that the high price of fodder is due to some extent to a "corner" having been created among speculators. It has been ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Gun Club. SHOOT ON EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Ouyen Gan Clubu ----o- SHOOT ON EASTER ,MON DAY, T'he above club held a series: sweepstake " shoots " on the s-h ground on Monday last. A ia1£ number of shooters took parit, azr. competition was keen. Appen&, are the results: First Sweep--Mr A. J. Step e-i Second Sweep--Messts S-S Grae and M. Gra-e divided. Third Sweeo-Mr J- G. Fr land. Fourth Sweep-Mr J. A. Fr land. Fifth Sweep-Messrs Sterphe', and Cald.ow divided. Sixth Sweep-Messrs Caldo;: and S. Grace divided. A farmer named Daniel Hewi, committed suicide at Woome~'ai on Tuesday morning. In compas? with his stepfather he had gone . WVoomelang, to see if seed whe, and fodder had arrived. His ste( father went to a paddcck to L some necessary work, and o I' return found Hlewitt in a roC, used to store chaff. Hewitt's fa4 was blown away. Deceased w' about 40 years of age, and singkl, He had been worrying over t. fail1ure of his crop.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

-ommonwealth 17 TLank o3u1ErTYual uai.ame asqp eLar o 1zd ta a:i' a G A l ~a ,ziL 3tt niizaad it brBA N 1 52@5SET4BL OS UTlUtt~·-tC~0rmDINS, OOLicr B~sTREL"T ~mE,.S ifa ~o URNE 13AVINZGS BIANK DIPARZT74ITN * Skes1a2 :5a 2 n~2t s 2a 52d S400 AP37so3~ S 2 J 02 2:Cam. Enapoon:Us f m ?- 4t CSOC. anteeta t X Ier an? umr . SO L 1CTORS, PICXIRING--STREET. - - OUYEN. < Solicitcrs to the Shi:e of Wasipelup.) ADVANCES ARRANGEDB 5iVON MALLEE L~ANDS AND TGWNS±IU BLOCKS.f MIarrayvli1e sad a!l intervenitg satiojns visited evety Thursday and Friday. h_- _ %i. C. A'Cracken, PRACTfICAL BAXER AND PASTRYCOOK. - 'W A LP E U P. - 1Firs±-class Small ccds snpplied tc Dances and PicEics. Bread Delivered up the cine. Otly theBest Material Ijesr in the; mnaniacture cif ny gccds. Civility and Cleanliness. oet Pies Eavery Saturday. Ouyen Tank "Works E. Hi. Smith, (Late 7. M'Carthy and Co.) Plumbner, (jasfitter & Sheet MIetal Worker. - Tanks from 50 to 50,000 gallons snpplied and erected. Ste...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Against the Increase C tost&. a~r l n z, T u3!s. Bargains are being offered in Every Department. A Personal Inspection is necessary to realise the value of the Articles that are being offered at unheard-of Low Prices. Potatoes, Pollard, Bran,, FIoiur, ? a,?3se, Hors Calas39 ",s etc. - C. H. ROBERTS, Oke-sreet U W. M. Gillespie, PRODUCE. MERCHANT, Wheat Buyer & General Agent, OUYEN OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Victoria for taking Affidhvits. LOANS ARRANGED FOR Agent for Mitchell's Drills, Harvesters, Oil Engines, " Diabolo" Separators (a 27-gallon Separator for -7"12s.)' larger sizes if required. One month's free trial given. Walter A. Woods' " New Cen tury Binders. " Dignan " " Challenge " Strip pers. Light running and no side draught, made of the very best material. If you want the best buy a " Dignan " Carter's Waggons, Gigs, etc., built at Hopetoun. Lang well Bros. & Davies' Phmps Windmills, Wheel Scoops and Tools of all descript...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Ouyen Golf Club. The annual general meeting of the above club was held in the public hall on 30th March, Mr A. W. Cooper (president) ocnu pying the chair. The minutes of the previousl meeting were read and confirmed. The balance-sheet, showing a[ credit balance in Savings Bank of! .£5 18/5, was received and adopted. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing season : President-Mr A. W. Cooper. Vice-President-Mr A. T. Hall. Secretary and Treasurer-Mr T. Ruse. Auditor-Mr G. Rowe. Captain- Mr G- F. Lindsay, Vice-Captain-Mr J. E. Don. Committee-The above office bearers and Mr G. Rowe and Dr. Bart. Handicappers-Messrs Don, G F. Lindsay and T. Ruse. The subscription for the year! was fixed at 5/ for gents. and 2/6J for ladies. Correspondence was received from the Victorian Golf Associa. tion re war medals, and on the motion of Mr Hall and Dr Hart. it was decided to purchase two.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership heretofore existing between Stephen George Grace and William Batty Scott carrying on business as butchers at Ouven under the style of Grace & Scott has been DISSOLVED by mutual consent as fronaiT the third day of January, 1915. The said Stephen George Grace will continue to carry on the business under the old style Grace & Scott and will receive all moneys due to and will pay all moneys ow:ving by the said partnership. Dated this Ist day .of April, 1915. GRACE & SCOTT. S. G Grace. W. Leslie Park & Don, Soliciiors. Ouyen TRAYED.--Bay' Mare on No. 26, Woornack. Owner can have same by describing and pay ing .expenses. Apply :'C. R. Henderson. OR SA LE. -Large Te'nt, -larest conmeien ces. App! y. this ofi:e. L "Printing--The Ait Preservative of all Arts." Ouyen Mail Prhnting WD1'ks OKE-STREET. OUYEN. (OUR bJob-ng ' Department Having Remove~d to more commro-. dious premises, we are .ow .in a! position to devote m...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 9 April 1915

Owing to the death ot Mr J. J. Tobin, it is imperative that all out standing accounts due to the "Ouyen Mail" should be paid im- mediately, to enable the prompt winding up of the estate. We re- spectfully ask for an early settle- ment. To-morrow (Saturday) evening the school children will give their bene- fit in aid of the Belgium Fund. On this occasion, the performance will take the form of a pantomime, en- titled "Puss in Boots." The teachers and children are working their hardest to give the public a treat, and we can guarantee some- thing out of the ordinary. Roll up and support the youngsters! Dental.-Mr M. L. Thomas, of Melbourne, was (through illness in family) unable to keep his last ap- pointments, but his numerous clients can rely on his next visit on the dates advertised elsewhere. An effort is to be made in Sydney to establish the paper making in- dustry on a firm basis by the State Government. The price of printing paper has risen to such an enormous extent that the est...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Time Table [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 April 1915

lilai Time Table. The revised time table of mails *received at, adiad1espatched from the local Post Ofce, is as follow:- L" LENOCURNE IfINE-Mails close for VcnCCelang. Eirchip, Watchem, Donald, St. Arnaud, Maryborough, and 2elbourne at 8.30 p.m., on '!Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, SThursday. and Friday. Nnnga; j onday, W-ednesday and Friday at 8.30 p.m. Mildura, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 8.30 p.m. Mails qre received from Mel Ibourne, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Donald, Watchem, Birchip. and Woomelang at 2.30 a.m. on Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday. Ntunga, Tues )day, Wednesday, and Friday; at )2.30 a.m. Mildura, Monday, Tues ) day, Wednesday, Thursday, and SFriday, at 9.20 p.m.. : MuRI?ARYv.E LI-E--Mails close Sfor Tiega, ,Galah, Walpeup, Nyang Underbool, Linga" Boinka, Tutye, SCowangie, Danyo and Murrayville, at 8.15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, Sand. at 12.45 p.m. on Saturday. Paignie, Tuesday and Thursday at S8-15 a.m. 1 Mails are received...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPRECIATION. TO THE EDITOR OF OUYEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 April 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPRECIA LION. TO THE EDITOR OF OUGTEN MA~L. SIR,-I will be very grateful Io you if you will kindly allow me a little space for a few words in ap preciation of the pantomime, "Puss in Boots," rendered in such an excellent style by the children ofI onr State School in the public hail on Saturday evening last. I feel certain I am giving expression to the feelings of all who were prc-' sent when I say it did the children very great credit, and went to shcw the splendid talent we have amongst the boys and girls. MIore so, it spoke of the excellent train ing fhey had received, and one cannot help but admire those who placed their time and services at the disposal of the children in the work of preparation. Then our commendation is even more when we think of the worthy object to assist our plucky Allies., the Belgians. This is, indeed, the true spirit of patriotism, not only give, but to work. Therefore, as a people, we are compelled to show our gratefulness to the chil...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Them's Our Sentiments. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 16 April 1915

Therm's Our Sentiments. Gundagai is in New South Wales and in that part that had some rain lately, It is also in that part always painted in such glowing colors by the land agent who so generously offers to lodge an aDpli cation for a homestead selection for you on paying him L1. But listen to what the editor of the "Independcnt" has to say : WThat a blessed thing it wocid be if one could run a newspaper and never ask some of its subscribers to pay up. So long as the paper goes on week after week, and no statement is sent of arrears everything goes like clockwork, and you are one of the best and most accommodating editors on earth; your paper is the best in the country; your items are highly polished; your advice is followed; your sayings gladden the hearts of the household, and happiness reigns supreme. But, oh! what a brute you are, after sending a paper two or three years for nothing if you politely send in your bill, or ask for what is due or a portion of it. Your ratty old pape...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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