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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

I{ o 'r hrtkrulpt the Doctors. --A pro , :., w York phys",ician .mas.y. if it .. .. r :eI thin sto.kingz and thin ,i by womlen, the doctors i' ve i b;ankrupt " When you i.i ,o not wait for it to de s.,la bnt treat it at once, . h e-?emedy is. intended S ...... coldl, and has , i, ,h. its cnre. of the~se S.: e f<ctual and is pleas For Chronic Chest Complaints, WVoods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is. 6d. - OR "SALE.-Well bred Draught Stal I lion, or would exchange for good colts or mare.-Apply MI. Fitzgerald. ,OR Sale.-Shearer 5-fur. mould board -- plow, good as new. A. M'Donald, Underbool. OR Sale.-At Hopetoun West: Raw .' ling disc, £14; Barger disc, £14; Braybrook disc, £14; Mitchell disc drill, 15 x 7, f14; Mitchell disc drill, 14 x-7, £-13; Smith 5-fur. s.j. plough, £20. Ap ply A. E. Poulton, Hopetoun. ][OR Sale.-Federal Manure, dry, in FJ quantity, at depot, Oke-st., Onyen. M. Fitzgerald, L OST.--Brown Gelding, about 15.3 h., branded C near jaw and shoulder. Reward £2 on r...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

Local and General. Wheat scrip holders will welcome the announcement that the Prime Minister is arranging with the Commonwealth Bank to make ad vances on the scrip. It is held that the present speculation is not a fair deal to the farmers, and thus the move. Why this was , ot done long ago, and how long it will be before the Bank acts, are two ques tions the farmer would dearly like answered. There are degrees of meanness down to the lowest, but we doubt if there is any more contemptibly mean creature than one (or mere) who attended a recent dance at Nunga. As is known, regular ap peals are made in the district schools for donations of comforts for the invalid soldiers at Caulfield Hospital. The last appeal was made about a fortnight ago, and, as usual the response was hearty The Nunga contribution was in a' box all ready for dispatch, but some thing considered he was more entitled to it than those who had fought for his worthless hide, and meanly stole the box and contents. The pol...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

1s CERTF!CTE For War Purposes oniy. . DxPO.srT CF 17 S wil3 purchase a Certificate for £1 £4 7 6 , ,, £5 £3 15 0 93 , £50 £871 T O ,,,, b£100 S £"875 00 ,, £1000 Payable 3 years from date of purchase. Certificates are transferable by delivery being payable to hearer, are exempt frour the Wealth Levy, free from Commonwealth and State Stamp Duty. Interest free of Commonwealth and State Income Tax. -very Man Can help Win the War by participating in the War Every WVornan Saving Cerificates. Every Certificate purchased Every C?ihd i helps to bring victory closer. Applicaticn forms and all information at all Banks, State Savings Banks eand Money Order Pse: Otfces. Savo and benefit yourself. Buy Certific.ats and bene?-ft your country. Ccnsw. ewrtAr tiRs o' ACrRaArla frh .Warch, 1917 [DENTISTRY.] J. W. BROWNBILL. MILDURA A?D MIARYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria.) Vill visit Ouyen the Third Wednesday a every month, and may be consulted at Walsh's Commercial House. ddrrss.-...

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Linga Links. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

As showing how -ettlement ie :rc, ing, no-less than the producct~i:y at the soil, during the se:ason just ended, '75,000 bags of wheat w-re ,i-'i;-re?z at the local r:ilwaiy :ttijn TCe mouse plague is hIcd. :nauy hLer :reds being caught each dayv. The b~ cks are being cleaned up a-s r::'!dly wa possible so that the damage may [minimiserd. Farmers are just beginuin to set tie down to cropping ope-aiios .Many disc plows are arrivin_, 's the had burns, wire weed and roi" " oley make the ordinary implemei : t'r'? unsatisfactory this year. The Railway authorities have m?.dea no move towards extending :oe sid ing, or putting in the very necessary culvert to carry the drainag, e c-,-a from the wheat stacs, and rcecrie wonder why so much wheat is ,rda aged or destroyed. Our local postal o iciIs cexate i= for some hard words, and it woaid seem that most c;f them are deserved. Registered letters have been k?,?c to be delayed upwards of a a.on,"h, urgent parces (perishabhe) h hree weeks, and e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Late Cr. Farrell. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

Prior to the ccmmcn ieement of ibusiness at Walpeup shire ecuncil heet ne g yon 1 crday :eet1, thy pýresi dent ref rred to the great loss the council hatd sustained by the death of Or. Fai*.rel, and on his motion, the conceil adjourned for 10 minutes as a mark of respect. In General business, Cr. Pickering referred to the death of Cr. Farrell, and moved that there he recorded on the minutes the appreciation and ad miration in which the late councillor was held by not only his fellow coun cillors, hut the whole of the ratepay ers of the shire. He said the late councillor was a pioneer of the couc cil, and it was due to his energy that the shire was formed. At the first meeting the counci! very fittingly elected him its president for the year, I and experience showed the choice to be a very wise one. As an authority non the Local Government Act, Cr. Farrell had no supericr in the State. No matter what problem faced them, the late councillor was ready with Sieetie and clause, and. if s...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Yatpool. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

Yatpool. Farmers are busy cropping, in a sort of a way. Owing to the difi- culty in getting a stubble burn, and the scarcity of fire rates, anxious ex- pekients are being resorted to. Plow- ing is almost entirely out of the ques- tion, therefore some are discing and drilling; some broadcast and then disc; while others have taken the hoes off the drill and seed thus. What the returns will be only the future knows. A dance in aid of the Red Croos fund was held on Wednesday night, and proved big success. Many   came from Carwarp, and all enjoyed themselves. Mr. C. Holland pro- vided the music, while Messrs Ure and McMahon divided the duties of M.C. Another Red Cross effort is to arrange a fancy dress football match between Carwarp and Yatpool. Mes- srs. McMahon and Young (captain and vice-captain respectively of the Yatpool-Carwarp team) are arranging matters. If there are any teams down that way looking for a patriotic game, a letter to either of the gentle- men named wou...

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Timberoo South. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

Timberoo,South. A bazaar and gift social was held in the hall on Friday evening, 25th ult., and were a pronounced success Tne proceeds go towards the State Schools Patriotic Fund. As a special effort is being made this month by the State schools to raise money for this estimable purpose, the head teacher here, Miss Adamson, and the committee, thought that a bazaar would be the best means by which money could be raised; the result exceeded their expectations, as a pro fit,of over £15 was realised. Special   praise is due to the head teacher, and the other ladies who worked so hard *d.r well to make it such a success. Despite the unsettled state of the weather a large crowd assembled ; the gifts were varied, numerous and useful, most of which sold readily. the few articles unsold were auc tioned by Mr. McNamara, and dis posed of after spirited bidding. A hearty vote of thanks to all who con tributed to the successful affair was ably moved by Mr. A. Featherby, and supporte...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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In The Thick Of It. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 June 1917

In The Thick Of It. No one of thought considers it pos sible that the Allies can inflict such crushing blows on the enemy without tertung a punch "or two back. The ius.s being publisbed almost daily .-hcw the Australians to be getting tetr share of honor, but some of it as dearly bought. Locally the toll of , ur brave men is becoming heavy. On Thursday last word was received that Pte. Peter Lafranchi had done his work, and joined the deathless army. It is needless for us to glorify   the hero--others knew him even bet ter than we did. Corp. Castles, the popular Methodist missionary, is missing, and Pte. Campbell, of Boor ougie, severely wounded. That was the list for one day, and we are hop ing no other one will be heavier. Our Yatpool correspondent tells of word being received there of Pte. Joe Haut.n, Pte. Frank Smith, nephew of Mr. Tom Hogan, being severely wounnded. [A previous report stated that a brother of Mrs. E. O-Reilly had been wounded. This was a mis reading...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

In M emoriam. DUIN.--In memory of our deargrand father, who passed peacefully away at Warracknabeal on June 7th, 1915. God saw that his footsteps faltered, His heart had grown weary and weak, So he bade him rest fora season, As the pathway had grown toosteep. Sweetly sleeping, resting at last; All earth's trials and troubles are past. -Inserted by his sorrowing granddaugh ters, E. AM., and I. V. Nnnn. Printed and published by Ray S. Ritchie, trading as Ritchie & Son, at the Ouyen MAIL office, Oke-street, Ouyen, in the. State of Victoria. Telephone No. 3. 'WEDNES., JUNE 1.3, 1917.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Shire COf Walpeup, ri' Tsns will be received at the hire Offices, Ouyen,.till 10 a.m. : Tuesday, June 26th, ;for the un ertnentioned contracts : Cc:tract No. 41.-On road Walpeup to Ouycn. Contract No. 42.-On road Walpeup to Yellumjip. Contract No. 43.-On road Walpeup to Yellumjip. , Contract No. 44.-At Blocks 2 and 6 :turnell. Contract No. 45.-At Blocks 2 and 6 Burnell. Contract No. 46.-Boundary road Wa gant and Woornack. Contract No. 47.---At Block 2 Kia. Plans and specifications may be een at the Post Office, Walpeup, Ind Shire Office, Ouyen. A deposit of 5 per cent. must,ac oempany each tender. By order of the Council, ALBERT A. PEVERZrL, Clerk of Works. Tenders, addressed to President Shire Council, c/o Schneider's ho tel, Murrayville, will be received up to 12 noon on Thursday, June 2Sth, for the undermentioned con racts : Coctract No. 355.- Forming railway crossing at Underbool. Con tract No. 356.--Repairs Booley's Bore road Underbool. Contract No. 357.-Repairs Danyo to Choudl...

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Consistency Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Gonsistency ?!anted. Probably it is the fault of the people, but a glaring anomaly in the administration of the Land. Acts exists. And it is the.public, of the centres affected. who sutffer, "vhiIe thegeneiral ta paver benefits. In the matter of Mailee settlement a loading of 2i6 per acre is imposed, osterisibly for roads and water sup' ply. As to whether the sunm. so collected is expended or :iiot we leave to those interested to say. The fact remains that the money is collected and is supposed to be devoted to a specific .purpose, so far as broad acre properties are concerned, and this is the point we want to emphasise. In letting the ': broad acre sections, a price is fixed according to the ideas of value by the responsible officers. There is no question of competition, and if the Act was, justly administered, the 1Mallee would be a reasonably decent place to live in. Perhaps there will be light' in the council chambers of the State some dcay, but it seems to be a long time ar riv...

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Priest Praises Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Priest Praises Y.M.C.A. In a letter to his father, Mr. J. Burke, a well known business man of Newcastle, Pte. Burke, A.I.F., says: "Went on Sinday to the Jesuit Church in Farm-st., where Father Bernard Vaughan is still in charge. It is a very beautiful Church, with about sixteen different altars, eight on each side. Mass started at 12 o'clock and church came out about 1.15 p.m. There was a special ap peal in the sermon for funds for the huts for soldiers which the Catholic Women's League is running. I have heard many a good sermon and many a good appeal, but this was certainly the finest I have listened to. Idon't know the priest's name, but he was a fine looking man, with great style, a beautiful voice, and used fine lan guage. Most of the appeal was an eulogy of the Y.M.C.A. and their work. He said that the old idea of. the Y.M.C.A. was that it was a body run by old gentlemen of some wealth and very narrow views, as a hobby and strictly evangelical, but at the present time the thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

tR w e E R S . D R A P E S- , IR O N .pG E R S , 1E R C H AW N T S , ºn c ? +a ý ,SS I ON A N I) Ma PhAH I N E R Y A I E N T S . T -,E S -& GILLESPIEY Opposite Post Office. Oke Street, Ouyen. -IIrPEST - AND - BEST = IN = ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. T"'RAHNT g MOTORS PTY. LTD. Are open to applications for FOR)D CAR GENCY for Temupy, Speed, Turriff, and Nandaly A Local Testimcnial - One of Many. 'I iega, 12th Feb., 1917. IF.- Al. FITZGERALD, otle Agent for )Ionald-on Brow. & Tippett's Famous Austral Oil Engines. Dear Sir,--Havin± some experience with .the liyn-aldson Bros. and Tippett Austral OEi Eigine that I purchasid from Mr. G. Kowe, of Ouyen, I can safely s iy that if the farmers only knew the economic -value and : unuing cost of the A ustral Oil Engine ther would buy no other. You can use thi. in any way you like, Wishing you every success.-Y?vur. faithfully, W. T. MORRISH. State accident Insurance SOffice. Wor...

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Bog Street, Ouyen. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Bog Street, Ouyen. "Ratepayers Concerned" write vs frantically : The above is not the official' name of the street-the council calls it Hughes-but the title suits better. Like all the other principal streets, it is both business and residential, but unlike all the others, it has never had any draining, forming or metalling. Certainly a drain was put in cn the south side, but that only catches the drainage from Grace's hill; it does not drain the street at al. Ratesf-r all properties in this street are pyad regularly, but the portion under sn~ control of the council remains in such, a condition that a wntoor car got b?,_ ged there on Monday. To get c. Ayton and Hattielo a witb a load the carrier has to climb the hill past the Ouyen Coffee Palace and through the. sand at the top of the rise. The onlr footpath we know is the blown sand along the iron fence at the corner; past that and it is an acrobatic feet to keep upright. Some three or four years ago i] was promisea noal sue north s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

RCBGAN & SeCHBEiT, G.ROCErIS, I)RAPERS, AND IRONMONGERS. CHAFF, BRAN, POLLARD. WIRE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT CURRENT RATES. pRICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! --SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.- EN CIES :--Bear'd and Sisson, Clarencd Smith, International, Mercantile Mutual Insura :te, and .Manures. R.A ALDOW &.OO 0., (A (CTIO()N EER.) S.A;,3 ST K, .& +EEr:AL O I SSI'gI AEENT, F. .RREL.-ST.. OUVErN. ALLES Cr'dt'" TED I AMY PAST OF THIE STATE. i':NT- [OR TFhy Per-peO r::i esncntor~-anrd 'Tr, tteee A\o?n.ittiol: ; ?Niholaon and r .w . ,i " : ? i : l PT Lr'. D . : r ~L.vl ?:n : 'm'd . s- Strippers, , : .: s. t : ; .t: . ý',.. But o, auder-' :t.: "t ti "'rIIcks ; ',c:loni`[l M utm:t Life A nranc'e ',,i ty. : Atu?trtai:tr ',Iutu l. Live Sto-k ; fH.a wky : dl Skate Patent Cwinletrrse": J I": "'t! ·r., :.....-t Bayere: Clif fand Butxr.ing Chaffeutters; Cr, ?i:d Mntard Fire In'nranet- : T Craine ami C. ?lt 'r Car ant Catrriage Works ; i ta, W cinwer: u-Lt atn Ii -l<...

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Wheat Experiments. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Wheat Experiments. Sir Joseph Carruthers, of New South Wales, has done a lot of good work as a wheat experimentalist, and has tried to introduce a number of new varieties. He selected the cold c!inmat of the Snowy river, 10 miles from Mount Koskiusko, because he knew that if the wheats he tried were a success there, they would survive cold weather conditions in any other part of Australia. Only afew have succeeded, and in his opinion the so: s known as Marquis and boon are two of the finest ever grown, and should be tried on every farm for two or three pears. Marquis holds the world's record of S1 bushels to the acre, is a fine milling wheat, and is said to resist the effects of rust, wind and frost in a manner that makes it far superior to all other sorts. It has the reputation of yielding well any w-here. and in America and Canada it has won more world's champion- f ships than any other variety. Sir I Joseph Carruthers says there will be I from 10,000 to 20,000 acres under Miarqui...

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Underbool Utterings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Underbool Utterings. Settlers living furthest out have a feeling that the council should attend to the roads leading from outback first. Some of the sand hills which have to be negotiated are heartbreakinrg, and only small loads can be carted. The settlers concerned reckon these bad hills should be attended to before the i main roads get any more money. Some of the roads that have been made are a credit to all con cer,,, b:.. U.. , are others which would not carry.perambulator traf lic. This is no fault of the con tractors, but rather that of the officer responsible for the passing of the work. The quality of the rubble used in some of the work is of the poorest. Quite a number of settlers have had to. resow on account of the mice pest. There is generally one or another worry for the man on the land. There was a representative at tendance of Underbool residents at the Linga concert in aid of their piano fund. Linga people showed more wisdom than Underbool in the purchase ofapiano. T...

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War Loan Bonds. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Wafar Loan Bonds. A11 applicants for Bonds in the ,hixd issue of the Commonwealth War Loan who have; now paid their Sfiea1 instalment; also applicants for hnd-S in the ufourth issue who paid in foil before the 2nd April, should 4ake prompt steps to obtain the rela tive bonds from the Commonwealth .Bank of Australia. Interest is pay able'on the 15th prox., and can be obntained by detaching the relative coupons from the bonds. Intereat on applIc.ations i9 the fourth issue paid after 2nd April is not due Suntil Io'h Pecember. The official receipt and receipts for instalments ::ready held by the applicants for bon~is, must be lodged when the ap aicanion is madefor bonds, and may bh 'ither prosetted at the Common we?ath Bank in person, or through a ?:ank oogether with order for deli ;ery), or through the post by regis , eyad letter with a request for bonds to be forwarvded by post. Applicants n ho hiivc airecady directed on appli K c,,oon form how their bonds are to , e dal v-:-rb, shoul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

SA Ho.-!hul' Liniment.-A touch of aleumuti.L-r, or a twinge of neuralgia, v ha t-evr I.J troubile is, I?'aberlain's SI ;iýan .t;m drive:; away the pain at once i'a id car.-, the cumplaint quickly. First ,a p'ii_-titn givet; relief. When a bottle of 5 i.s k nt i, c!le house, the pains of burns 'Ya d s',l' ~nay be promptly relieved, cuts , y .'? brýi-i c- nicklvy healed d swellings, r .»T'ly r-lducld. I- prfoi for tit hor-u - '' lad 11. r ju-t ach a Lini;r entas every lY mioy =-oauld be provided with. Sold 'a lrwFiJ . A Night of Terror.-Few nights are more terrible than that of a mother look ing at her child choking and gasping for breath during an attack of eroup, and aoth ing in the house to relieve it. Many mothers have passed nighLs of terror in this situation. A little forethought will enable yon to avoid all this. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is a certain cure for croup, and has never been known to fail. Keep it at hand. Sold everywhere. hIurilo hardl T?+ta;lin , F..r Chronic Che...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 June 1917

Local and General. Tomorrow week the first formal meeting of the Mallee electorate   council will be held in Ouyen pub- lic hall. As the business is impor- tant, a big attendance of delegates is anticipated. Attention is drawn to the advt. in another column inviting tenders for the new shire offices at Murray- ville. The building will be a wel- come addition to the architecture of the western capital of the shire. There are a lot of other interesting advts in this issue, so read them all. For Bronchial Conghs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1s. 6d. A paragraph which is galling to residents of Ouyen town, appears in Monday's big dailies. It is that owing to the late rains, the large tanks at Yillumjip, Boulka and Ouyen are full. The Ouyen tank full means at the very least, an ample supply for township require- ments for another 12 months, while with reasonable care on the part of users, it would last another six months, without any rain falling in the meantime. Despi...

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