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Our Camp At Bendigo. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

Our Camp At Bendigo. Our old friend and contributor, "Agricola," sends us the following from the Front (somewhere). We are pleased to reintroduce him to our readers, and cordially reecho the last stanza : We've left our camp at Bendigo a thousand miles behind; Across the sea we steamed away, our foreign foe to find. Tho' hard to part from home and friends or wife and children dear, Yet in defence of these we'll fight, not even death we'll fear. And still we think of Bendigo, its Sgardens, streets and mines, And still remember our old camp, its rowvs of tentel lines ; And still .we think of mates and men and officers who taught The way to train and march and shoot and each man's welfare soug'it. Our M tjor, stout M'Kurdie, who forgets his manly voice ? And C ttain Mac, that sturdy son of Caiedouia's race ; And AMrrison, the neat and trim, so graceful on parade, SWhere Mason shaped the recruit, and best of progress made. Then w!h forgets the singing girls who. at the concert place, Of...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

ASl; i. :.jtters is nct gold." . -_ i. "* o'oi and true; -e'itir .-.,· ~,ungh or cold o -,, -i.- -- apptsrt to you. fo me a 0 it ligily' for 7:I-reto v oe TFrt t/ :C urir nrero.ore; Ga iSed-7 CGroat Pepperrilnt Cure. Hlow o Bankrupt the Doctors. -A pro mi:nent New York physician says. "If it were not for the thin stockings and tlin soled slltes worn by womnen, the doctors would pr.lbably be bankrupt." When you contract a cold do not wait for it to dle velop into pneumonial but treat it at once. Chamberlain's Cough nRemedy is intended e-pecially for coughs and cold|, andl h?s won a wide reputationby its cnresof these diseases. It is mnos effectual and is pleusr ant and safe to take. Presbyterian ehnrch. OUYEN DISTRICT. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows :--'nnga II a.m.; Galah 3p.m.; On-eji 7.30 p.m.-Rev. J. A. Irvine. OR Sale.-Several springers, second d' calf, coming in from middle July to middle August. Bred in dairT;ng d;;i trict. Terms if required. Apply T. Campbeil...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

GRSeERS, DRAPERS, IRONMO?? GERS, MERSHANTS, AND ,sMMISSION AND iMReHINERY AGEITST cROBERTS - & - GILLESPIEBA Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen. MEAIPIEST = ND - BEST - IN A ILL - LNES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND M3ACHINERY. TA RRRNT MOTORS, PTY. LTD. Are open to applications for FORD IAR AGENEY for Tempy, S:ee i. Turrifi.f, and Nandai 7 A Local Testimonial--One of Many. 7 iega, 12th Feb., 1917. 3il M3. FITZGERALD, S&le Aient for Eonaldson Bros. & Tippett's Famous Austral Oil Engines. A - ar Sir,-Havinr some experience with te ldonaldsuon Bros. and Tippett Austral Oil EFgine that I purch-fsted from MIr. G. HRowe, of Ouyen, I ca-n safely s y that if the iarmers only knew the economruic value and ranning cost of the Austral O,1 Egnei they would buy no other. You can ue tae.e in 'tay way you like, Wishing yon every snecess.--Yours faithfilly, W. T. MORRISH. State Accident Insurance Office. * Workers' eompensation Act. lanners w...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Mallee Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

MaHlee Lands Available. The following Mallee allotments are available for selection up to 1¥ ednesday, 4th Jully next: Parish of Turoar. Allots. 47 and 47A, 666 acres, 2nd class, 9 miles from Chillingollah. Parish of Piangil West. Allot. 3, 733 acres, 3rd class, 13 miles from Piangil. Parish of Pirro. Allot. 29, 768 acres, S_ miles from Austral Gyp; allot. 31, 836 acres, 9 miles from Nandaly; allot. 39, 877 acres, 8 miles from Tempy; allot. 49, 696 acres, 7 miles from Tempy; allot. 50, 755 arces. 7 miles from Tem py; allot. 51, 698 acres, 7 miles from Tempy ; allot. 52, 815 acres, 8 miles from Tempy; allot. 75, 732 acres, 5. miles from Tempy. All these are.classed 3rd.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

,RiE;i GAN & SeMP[UBERT GROCERIS, DRAI'ERS, I) llONM)NrlgEs. ,€, CHAiFF, IBRAN, POLLARD. VeIlE Fr ALLA IrE CRIPTIONS AT C(:URRELNT RA','K. pRICES RIGHT! 9UALITY RIGHT! S --SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASHI 4'RDERS.- j;ENCIES:--Reard and SiLson. Clarence Smith,: Initrnational, 3ercantile ?3utual Insurar:ce, and Manxres. R. A. CALDOW & CO., (AUCTION EER ) i LA , S?TCK?, & GCE~EAL COMSMiSSID, AGENT, FAR?RELI,-ST.. qUVYEN. .SALES C ~O?!: T I ANY PART OF TE STATE. A.\ENT' 1O ' r Th P erpetn:.l Execrtor andt Trnstee-. Aspoc.iation; Nihdson and o',rr' , Uni.,, I[arvi.st.r- wa i D.-ill-: .BT rg.r'. Di.se : ltivlinZ and I',,'a. Strippers. ,inn,,er, W *" . , FiiE.d Gu e. I;i.z Lo.ulers and Br? g Trucks ; C,:l'inial Mutual Life A--nranec -.ciety; AuLstrtirin Mntnal Live Stock; Hawky and Skate Pateni Swpingher ee.; .Ta-. Bl}rl and Co., Wheltt Bnyer.; Cliff and Bunting Chaffentters; a(0lofni.l Mlntrd Fire Insurance: T. Craine and Co., Motor Car and Carriage Works; aish aw's Winnmw...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Underbool Utterings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

?Unaerbool Utterings. The children attending school here are put to a severe test. Sebool : held in the hall, which is only a sheli; there is no fireplace, and it is pitiful to see the children sitting through the long hours, mo e especially as some of them walk up to three miles to school. If-as often happens at this time of the year---they get wet on the road, they have to sit all day in their damp clothes. The residents have been battling for three years, nout withant avail. At last we have ,rad word from the Hon. Jno. Gray, 1. L A, that we are to have a school t-n :-r.commodate 30 to 50 scholars, but we would be much better pleased if we knew exactly when. There's a general election coming. The settlers at Welshman's Plains are talking of forming a Progress As sociation, so as to bring pressure to bear on the shire council in she mat ter of scooping,'or otherwise attending to the sandhills in that locality. If this association is formed it will be a knock to the Underbool branch...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Wheat Agents Militant. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

W'he.it Agents Militant. Conditions for handling the wheat jV-s year are vastly different to those :: c oormal one, and as a consequence .t ?h ubagents are in a quandary as to how they stand. To try and ar rive at some znderstanding, and to Sork in a body to get disabilities re r:; ved, a conference was held at O-yen on Friday night, a large num cer of agents attending from along the line, while apologies and pronsi .s of cooperatiou were read from as i:: south as Gama: and west as fai as Carina. Mr. Ben. Oke was voted t :he chair and explained the objeci cf thi meeetina. 31. R. A. A Cldow said his princi !al grievance was the delay in zet iang money to pay wages for recon ditioning. He had paid out £140, and towards this had only recezied £10. Agents could not keep that up. Mr. W. S.lkirk considered the dcckages unfair. If a farmer brcught in a few bags cf off wheat in a big parcel of prime, he was docked for zhe faulty lot, but no allowance was I made for the counterbalancing prim...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

Local and General. Walpeup shire council meets at Murrayville tomorrow week, .and there are a number of contracts re quiring attention. Tomorrow there assemble at Ou yen representatives of the various branches of the Victorian Farmers' Union, selected to form the Mallee District Council. The matters for discussion are many, and as usual, probably the whole day will be oc cupied in discussion. The public has access to these mneetings. There will be a sitting of the County Court at Ouyen on Vednes day next. A number of cases are listed for hearing. Unless something quite unfor seen occurs, there will be a charac teristic gathering at Ouyen Public Hall tonight. The local Caledoni an Society Is holding a haggis sup per and smoke social, and it is be lieved the occasion will obe taken full advantage of. A number of district societies will be represen ted. For Childrr,'' itackiing Conrgh lt nighr, W0ood1s' G?rr- P'enlswrtnentll (flore, 1- 6ti. Preparations for the opening of the additions...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

Shire Of W'P--peup. EN?ERS. sEast Riding.~ TeSDI RS will be received at the hire Offices, Ouyen, -till 10 a.m. n Tuesday, June 26th, for the un eirmentioned contracts: Contract No. 41.-On road WValpeup to Ouycn. Contract No. 42.-On road Walpeup to Yellumjip. Contract No. 43.--On road XValpeup to Yellumjip. <'ontract No. 44.-At Blocks 2 and 6 Burnell. Contract No. 45.--At Blocks 2 and 6 Durnell. Contract No. 46.-Boundary road WVa gant and Woornack. Contract No. 47.-At Block 2 Kiia. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Post Office, Walpeup, nad Shire Office, Ouyen. A deposit of 5 per cent. must ac empany each terider. By order of the Council, ALBERT A. PEVERILL, Clerk of Works. TE~7es~ib Riclaing Tenders, addressed to President hire Council, c/o Schneider's ho el, Mirrayville, will be received p to 12 noon on Thursday, June Sth, for the undermentioned con tracts : Contract No. 355.-- Forming railway crossing at Underbool. Contract No. 356.-Repairs Booley's Bore road ...

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And Still Some Talk Poison. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

An-d Still Some T.alk Poison.. "W'heatgrower," Nyang, has a mite to say:-Sir,-In a recent issue I n6tice the remarks of your YatpooI correspondent re rabbits in the district, and: I would like to know where the man on the land comes in ? IT presume your corres pondent is not a wheatgrower or he would know better. Either the rabbits must be kept down or culti vation must cease. The farmer is placed on the land for the purpose of growing wheat, and . he has to pay for the land as well as pay rates and taxes. At the present time he has more than he can man age with mice, bitt as if that were not enouigh, the country is being overrun with rabbits. The rabbit inspectors are all employed destroy ing mice and trying to save the wheat stacks, and in 'adcdition to that the .carcity of labor does not permit of adequate staffs, and the rabbits appear to have got the up per hand. I h'appen to be next to a reserve, and my paddock, which was green .several weeks ago andI looking wel!, i= ccw as b...

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The Best Bond. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

The Best Bond. Aside and altogether apart from the patriotic phase, an Australian War Loan Bond or War Savings Certificate is an excellent invest ment. The Commonwealth War ILoan? already floated and the War Savings Certificates now offered, in point of merit, rank ahead of all other Australian securities and in vestments. Our credit is gpood at home and abroad, no one here, or for that matter, ariywhere else, doubts the stability of the Corn monwealth Government who are the borrowers. Australia will be able to meet the interest on its War Loans, without any difficulty. Our shores are free from the invader, and thanks to the British Navy, are likely to remain so. While the Commonwealth is prosecuting its share of the war vigorously, those who are staying at home should see that the greatest production is achieved froth the soil and from natural resources, also that their effort to provide their share of the war finances never for a mo:nent slackens. War Savings Certifi cates are ava...

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Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

Ouyen Police Court. The P.M., Mr. P. V Elligett, had   a lengthy sitting at the above court on Wednesday, although there were only four cases heard. E. H. Arnold (Walter) claimed £18     16/9 from W. T. Manley, and a ver- diet was given, with 33/ costs. J. Myers (Don) claimed £7 9/9 from D. Wright, and got a verdict with 15/6 costs. A case (which had been twice pre-   viously adjourned), was one in which D. P. Crosbie claimed £15 from M. Irwin, the amount being the price of a stripper alleged to have been pur-   chased at a clearing sale in April of last year. This was a most complicated and unsatisfactory matter, and resolved itself into a matter of evidence. For the claim, evidence was given by the complainant as to having posted two accounts and two pro. notes. These were for a number of articles and the stripper. The other articles were paid for, but the purchase of strip- per repudiated. When threatened with proce...

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In Somme Mud. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 June 1917

In Somme Mud.   Signing himself "One of The Bhoys, Walpeup," a district sol dier writes us interestingly as fol- lows : I have met a lot of the Ouyen   boys, and thought their relatives and friends would like to know through other sources. We have Vince Belleville, and I am pleased to be able to tell you that he has been recommended for the D.C.M for most conspicuous bravery in   the recent heavy fighting, which by now you will know all about. He is a great soldier, and his pals think the world of him. As he is the first from up that way to land   that distinguished honor I am sure you will all wish him the best of luck. I have also met Arch. Glen, he is still going strong and is one   of the best. I believe he could get his commission, but he seems to like being with his pals too much to leave them. Stan. Booley is also going strong. Arthur Telford is in the 23rd. Btn. and is looking A 1, Anzac cakes and bully beef ev...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 June 1917

Bereavement -Notice. M([ R. and iMrs. Fox and Family desire _J_ to THANK their many friends for their sympathy" as expressed in letters, cards, and personal visits in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their son, Pte. S. D. Fox. Printed and published by Ray S. Ritchie, trading as Ritchie & Son; at the Ouyen .AIL office, Oke-street, Ouyen, in the State of Victoria. Telephone No. 3. 1V6DNES., JUNE 27, 1917

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 June 1917

WJar IT P?u ~ses only. A .POS:T OF i7 wil pupi rchase a Certificate for £1 £4 7 S ,, £5 £3 15 O ss ,s £i0 £43 15 O s, , £50 £387 2O £. 1, £00 £875 0' ,, . £1000 'aynbio 3 years from date of purchase. i r?tiC fif ?ts : e transferable by delivery being payable to bearer. are exempt from the Wýe.dtlh Levy,, free fronx Commonw«ltl? andnt State Stamp Duty. 'n!L-r,? s- f"ec of Commonwealth and State Income Tax. SEvery : Carn help Win the War by participating in the Var :?Ev??r '~'r'?'n Savying Certificates. Every.Certificate purchased i Jry C i!id helps to bring victory closer. .ppiication forms and all information at all Flanks, State Savings Banks and Money Order PosF Otfices S '-e cnd erOefit yourself. Buy C4erticates and befit your counpry. ',:4)WEALr? i Bl'er OF ACSrTa!. tfh Mrarch, 1917 [DENTISTRKY.] J. W. BROWNBILL. MILDURA Ago M:ARYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental boardI of Victoria ) ill vi,;: Our-e the Third Wednesday n every month, and may be consulted at a-b.h' Commercial Hous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 June 1917

GRSeERS, DRAPERS, IRONIrimniGERS, IER~?ANTS, AND smI SSION AND MAo-INERY A;EN?TS. * LBE] TS = & m = ILLESPI ,B Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen. -IE7A PEST = AND BEST = IN = ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND) MACHINERY. TARRANT MOTORS,, PTY. LTD. Are open to applications for FORD eaR AGENWY fir Tempy, S??ed, Turriff, and Nandaly A Local Testimonial--One of Many. ' iega, 12th Feb., 1917. M-R. 31. FITZGERALD. Sole Agent for lton:tldson Broo. & Tippett's Famous Austral Oil Engines. - Dear Sir,-Having some experience with the ltonaldson Bros. and Tippett Austral Oil Engine that I purchased from Mr. G Rowe, of Ouyen, I can safely s y that if the farmers only knew the economic value ald running cost of the Anstral Oi1 Engine they would buy no other. You can use I this in any way you like, Wishing you every success.-YTurs falthfully, VW. T. MIORRISH.I State Accident Insurance Office. Workers' eompensation Act. frnmers would be Well...

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Mr. Hagelthorn in Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 June 1917

Mr. Hagelthorn in De.aiie.ac MIot c. odr readers witl e.:e.lr that at the mreeing. of the Mailee Farm- s' Union coufererce or, AspEir 12 l:t, a. motion . was ctrried that the Malfee wheat -farmers have ziq furthe-r coulideoce in Mr. Hagel§ thorn as chairman .of the Victoriats Aiviswry Wheat :Boardi3 - There was lirtle discussion on this motion and it was agreed to unanimusly. To this the 'Iiuister for Agrtcutture took exu ception as it was condemning hine without any opportunity o... defence_ As a reply Mr. P. G. Stewart, secre tary to the conference, in conversa= tion with Mr. Hagelthorn, invited that gentleman to attend the first meeting of the district electoral coun cil and explatn his position. On Thursday night Mr. Hagelthorn took advantage of the invitation, and at the public hall Ouyen, addressed a meeting of, probably, 60 gentleman; Cr. H. W. Pickering, president of the V.F.U. Mallee Electoral Council, occupied the chair, and Mr. P. G. Stewart also had a seat on the plat fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 June 1917

PSm WTOR WALPRUP, eRBG & Sel-IW3BRT, ~il -.C APERS, AD 1RONMUNGERS. CHAFF, B:.N, \RID. WIRE OF ALL DE CRIUTIONS \r CURRENT RATES. PRICES R -'H ! QUALITY RIGHT! --SPE('C A. PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS. A(;ENCIES :--ie:tr :.it . Si.siin, Clarence Smith, International, Mtereantile Mutruat rInsnra-ce, alld M:Lnnres. R. A. CALDOW & CO., (AC CTIO: N EE R.) LAND, STOCK, & GENEiAL COfMMISSIP 1 AGENT, FARKELL-ST.. OUYEN. SALES CO~N UTED I ANY PAST OF THE STATE. A;E:NT' FOR -'Th1.'e- rpetnia Execntori and Trmtee. Aso-oiation ; Nichoi~on and ,,. w'a i : ,- : Drill- ; BiuT r's Dis. : Rawlinr anld Co's. tripper-.. \\:: ..wer, 'V, .:, :-, i G :: -., B ' Loaier and, B y Tri:ks. ; Coloniatl MIitu Liife r.r.nce ;ciEply; Australia;n \iintual Live Stonk; H;wky ;and Skate P.aten Swin.letretes; .Jt.as. Bll andl Co., Wheat Bayera ; Cliff and Branting Cihaffcn.tters ; Coloniial Mntual Fire Insura:nce ; T. Craine- anl Co., Motor Car and Carriage Worka ; Ba.ilaw''s Winnwers: Vct.u Oil; Co...

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VICTORIAN FARMERS UNION. DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 June 1917

VICTORIAN FARME RS UNION. ?'ISTRICT COUNCIL 3EETING. That the above body has taken a -frrm hold in this portion of the state at anvrate was amply proved or. Thursday, when the first quart erly meeting of the Mallee District Council was held. Delegates pre sent were :-Messrs. C. E. William so1, Nyang; T. Buchanan, Turriff; J. B;. Mead, Walpeup; J. Quirk, \Soom:elang; V. Callender, Mulcra; VW. T. Manley (vice president), Panitya; H. L. Currie, Tempy; I L. Roberts, Lascelles, E. J. Glowrey, Ottyen; C. Jenkin,Boinka; 3. H. Stephenson, Irymple; W. I.cchhead, Mildura ; J. Griffiths, Merbein ; J. Carty, Nandaly ; C. M'Donald, Bourka ; E. J. Down Cocamba ; F. Onlton, Chinkapook; A. J. tIeamon, Yatpool ; J. Black, Galah; A: Stewart, Day Trap ; J. Wilson, Murrayville ; P. J. O'Dea, Nggallo. Later on there were also present.-Messrs Lennin, Gray, Hanley and Jenkins, representing a dozen branches on the Swan Hill side of the electorate. Mr. H. W. Pickering, (president) occupied the chair, and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 June 1917

LjIOR Sale-Single seated Harling Buggy in good order. Geo. White, Tempy. TOR Sale.--Good Farm, two miles from railway station. For particun lars apply "A Bargain," c/o M. Fitzger aid, Ouyen. -i.OR Sale.- As a going concern, old S stablished Boardinghouse in cen .xai p~sitsun near station, Mildura, 25 ro.uns, including detached villa This is a good opening as accommodation in htiicura is inadequate, and with good management handsome returns are as snred. • Full particulars from Edwards & Adair, Auctioneers, Mildura. FjLOR Sale.-At Hopetonn BWest: Raw .' ling disc, £14; Barger disc, £14; Braybrook disc, £14 ; MitchelI disc drill, 15 x 7, ,14; Mitchell disc drill, 14 x 7, £13; Smith 5-fur. s.j. plough, £20. Ap ply A. E. Poulton, Hopetoun. FOR Sale.-Federal Manure, dry, in . quantity, at depot, Oke-st., Onyen. M. Fitzgerald. JOR Sale.- Draught Stallion. Dick L' Hamilton, Government Certificate, Or would exchange for useful mares or colts. R. A. Caldow. LOST.-Mislaid at Cowangie ...

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