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NYANG. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
NYANE. --o PFromn our Correspondent. Crops are coming along nicely here and we are trying to forget the drought. Thedams did not grealy bonefit andunless we have further falls the water train will havy to come into requisition aiain. SMore voluntary work is required in connection with the hall to render it more of an attraction and less of an eyesore, and this a matter which is to receive atten tion. The Quadrille Party is flourish ing and is receiving excellent sup port. The promoters are to be congratulated. By request a dance and euchre party on Friday, 4th June, will form the next attraction. There is some whisper of prizes being donated.
OUYEN AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
OUYEN AND DISTRICT FOOT BALL ASSOCIATION. RULES. No 1-All matches concerning the trophy to be regulated by a committee of two delegates from each club; representatives from three clubs to form a quorum, No 2-The secretary shall call a meeting of delegates whenever necessary, delegates to receive three days' notice. No 3-Entrance fee to be -i i/ for each club, same to be paid to the secretary before the first match. No 4-All matches to he played on Saturdays, under V.F.L. rules. No 5-Ouyen, Walpeup and Tiega clubs to have a radius of ten miles trom their respective playing grounds; Nunga Club to have a radius of ten miles from Hopkins' Tank. Players who play with any club in any association during 1915 season must first obtain a clearance from that club before playing with another club this year. All players must reside at least 30 consecutive days during 1915 within the above radius of the club they play for before being eligible to play. No new arrival in the district to be al lowe...
Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
Empire Day. Empire Day was celebrated at the Ouyen State School by the reading of a reading of a series of essays by Mary Fuller, Jack WValsh, Lei. Vine, Esther and thyliis Hancock, Ted. Laidlaw and Jim Walsh. These dealt with the great Empire builders, not only as soldiers on land and sea, but by men of science, of letters and of political genius, all of whom had a chief characteristic and a great strength of character. SPatriotic songs were sung by Annie Walsh, Vera and Elsie Hall, Mary and Nellie Fuller, Nancy Park. Dolly and Bob Harris, and some really fine heroic verses were recited by Lily Hankinson. Eileen Kennedy, Clarence Leach, Bonnie and Nancy Park, Miriam Johnson, Bert. andAlf. M'Lean. Mary and Nellie Nelhe Fuller, Phyllis Han cock and Gerald Fuller. Choruses and anthems were sung with sDi,-t by the whole school. Pianoforte selections were given by Miss Leach, Annie WValsh and Bonnie Park. A good character sketch was produced by Jack Walsh and Arthur Stevens-this evoking...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
General News. In the Legislative Assembly last week the Minister for Railways (Mr Mackinnon) stated, in reply to a question by Mr Plain, that Mr 3. P. Jones, the expert in connec tion with the bulk handling of wheat, had been obliged to post pone his visit to Victoria until November, as his services had been required by the Canadian Govern ment. Mr Jones would furnish a report to the Victorian Govern ment in reference to the constrnc tion, maintenance, and operation of grain elevators, and the handling, carriage and shipment of grain in bulIk in and from Victoria, and, according to the terms of the agreement. would spend at least ten weeks in the State. ThP re muneration to be paid Mr jones was f1400, and that amount would could cover .payments to assistants and travelling expenses. Tuesday, 1st June, will be the last day on which electors' rights can be obtained for enrolment on the supplementary lists of non ratepayingelectors for the Legis Tative Council. Qualified persons, women...
FOOTBALL. OUYEN v. NUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
OUY?N v. NUNGA. A scratch match between teams .resenting the above clubs took .ce on Saturday last. There Sa strong south wind blowing 0, ing most of the game, and just gfaore commencing a sharp shower a rain fell, causing a good few n.-"-ery spots on the playing arena. SCrly" WVilloughby captained Ouyen and L. Brooks led Nunga. rhe former won the toss and took advantage of the wind. On the bounce Ouven took the r: f-rw.ard and despite the de - ;c.- ,ionaghan and Wiikinson Mad ,.?- registered by M. __. ...&lt; .7 , = ?v S-,-:n. A mark by Featherby and c went forward again. Play c: ·:cd betwe.n tiae ce=tre line and Nunga's goal for some consider abie tine without any secre taking pkacc. entuaily Ju . J ilioughbyv snapped and raised both flags. Good work by GiIlespie, Brooks. Park and M'ace put Otyen's go:, in danger .or th9 irst time. Cook,, 1we', reli(vc.d wel anRd. returned to centre, t free to WT'C.hehryto "e'"' Smith, wnho booted the ball well forward, and threa more poin...
METROPOLITAN FOOTBALL. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
ME8TROPOLITAN FOOTBALL. LEAGUE. Saturday's games resulted as follows : South Melbourne ... 88 Fitzroy ... ... 6 4 Essendon ... ... 7 10 St. Kilda ... ... 6 4 Collingwocd.- ... 8 14 Geelong ... ... 3 12 Carlton ... ... 10 12 Melbourne .. ... 8 3 ASSOCIATION. Williamstown ... 4 2 Footscray ... ... 2 9 Essendon ... .., 6 12 Northcote ... ... 4 4 North Melbourne ... 15 14 Rawthorn ... ... 5 9 SBrunswick .. ... 9 11 Port Melbourne ... 8 8 Prahrrn - ,... 7 10 Blighton ... ... 7 9
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
15!lducs aand TR iryorh gh 1 C©20 7:.3 O. Vi-2r ... . T --- ;: ,- =' - - tize .b1 : 1 k?:r:da, i~n eve:ry second -+-:;c f_:C-?-- Ccfee P;~ :c. t .-A.ress-C c.- er Lagtree-avenn ar., -F:s'-jt1=--'t.-e,, Mi-ldura. R. 8. n1[2157 M~i.D., I S'.RINAiCiK,' 31iTT, L. EE OUYEN. ITarns : .t.20 a. . to 12.5." dal-y, 2.30 p.m to 4.30. 7 toS p..--SucndaTvs c?rccytedi Ta3CCaratens Every Saturd 10.30 ar Mir. Pratritck J. 7l:!,@'2e? BA~.R-. AYD SCL:CITOR 'Visits 3 1ur-ayvie every 'Thursday, ret ? ½. g on Ftiday and may be cons,-lT'f at nfl inteiveirng stations C1CTTR.'S FRICES TOR BEST QUALITY GOODS.: Fiher, ?29 per 1501bs Potatocs, 8/6 per bag Onions. 213 per Ncwt 3Jms-Pinm, Lemon and Melon, and ~nince, 2/4j' per 61b tin Flemington 1leats--llbs. 1/1 and 21b?s, 1/iO per tin lb. Bag Flaked Oatmeal, 2/9. WR.. Kerosene, 13/ case Chaff. Bran, Pollard and all pro d-rce, including Molasses,. at reasonables prices Groceries of all descriptions, etc., at lowest prices for cash Se.ecial (otes for Goods in L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
Aga~ ~ ~ ~~~~B us h nraeinCs ona a cod, Try as Bargains are being offered in Every Department ::A Personal Inspection is necessary to realise the va the Artires that are being offered a " unhear"-of Low Prices. - C, H0 TS. estret. O3UYEN - W. M. Gillespie, PRODUCE MERCHANT, Wheat Buyer & General Agent, U0 YEN OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Victoria for taking Afid:vits. LOANS ARRANGED FOR Agent for Mitchell's Drills, Harvesters, Oil Engines, " Diabolo" Separators (a 27-gallon Separator for .7 12s.)a larger sizes if required. One month's free trial given. Walter A. Woods' " New Cen tary 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. LIangwell Bros. & Davies' Pumps Windmills, Wheel Scoops and Tools of all descriptions. The " Challenge" Windmills have all galvanised iron towers, and work with the sli...
GOLF. OPENING DAY—SATURDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
GOLF. ----«---- OPENING DAY-SATURDAY, MAY 29. The new links will be opened to morrow afternoon at 2.30 by the President, Mr A. W. Cooper. Afternoon tea is being provided by the ladies of the club MIXED DRAW FOURSOME. For trophies kindly donated by Mr and Mrs Cooper. E. Williams and Miss Walsh A T' Hall and Miss Farrell P. Emmett and Mrs C. Cooper G. F. Lindsay and Miss Oke J. D. Telford and Mrs Crosbie R. Cooper and Mrs Gillespie T. W; Bell and Mrs Hall I. Ellison and Miss Day Dr Hart and Mrs A. W. Cooper Geo. Rowe and Miss M'Lean W. L. Park and Mrs Wiliiams A. W Cooper and Miss O'Callaghan p. J. Holden and Mrs Nitschke H. Featherby and'Miss Hyder D. Crosbie and Miss Leach T. P.use and.Mrs Park E. Nitschke and Miss Tickle
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 28 May 1915
A number of our subscribers having changed their address since ordering the MAIL, a lot of un necessary work is foisted on the postal. employees in re-addressing them. Wcnld those who have changed their address kindly in form us of their PROPER POSTAL ADDr.SS. By doing thi' they will receive their papers promptly, and at the same time do away with the inconvenience caused at the post office 'rhe usual monthly meeting of the Walpeup Shire Council will take place this evening in the Shire offices at Ouyen. Ratepayer.; are reminded that no Ferscn will be entitled to be en rolled unless all rates are paid by ioth Jure. The Shire secretary (Mr A. J. Stephens) will be in atte:r-.cce at the Shire 'ffice, O;:y':r. frcn 2nd to IGth June Le tv-en 10 a.r. rrd 4 p.m. for the rurryce mf rc:-Iving Laymeut of rates. Tc ec>y rus Eis jnubilation over tLe :.a- t'if"l r:ins. a M.allee store h:e,:pr :eg.'?r~i:c?d to Mr A. S. /Keycn, of th ar'ter Conmission. as fol?ws .-- " Eighty-four points; test f...
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
;,ail Time. Table. The rev;ised time tableof mails receiv-ed.sat and despatchedfr~iim the local Iost OfEce, is as follow: SlELEORTRE I.?E-Mails close for ?W ocmelang. Sirchip, Watchem, Donald, St. Arnaud,:Maryborough, and Melbourne at 8.30 p.m., oni Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. .Nunga, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8.30 p.m. Mildura, h/onday, Tues-. day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 8.30 p.m. Mails qre received from Mel bourne, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Donald, Watchem, Birchip. and Woomelang at 2.30 a.m. on Tues day, WVednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday. ~iunga, Tues day, Wednemday, and Friday, at 2.30 a.m. Mildura, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 9.20 p.m. MURAV?IILEI LINE-Mails close for Tiega, Galab, Walpenp, Nyang Underbool, Linga, Boinka, Tutye, Cowangie, Danyo and Murrayville, at 8.15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and at 12.45 p.m. on Saturday. Paignie, Tuesday and Thursday at 815 a.m. Mails are received from Murray -lle -...
FOOTBALL. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
FOOTBALL. NOTES. Secretaries wishing to have teams published in the "Mail" should not fail to send them in not later than Tuesday morning to enstre insertion. £he following team will repre sent Ouven against Tiega to morrow afternoon :-E. Nitschke. Willoughby (2), Featherby, Oke, M'Cahery, Nancarrow, Grey, Gib son, Eagle. Lang, Dolan (3), M. Grace, Britt, Lindsav. Chivers. Emergen.cies - Venville. Arnold, Fox, Blight and O'Sullivan. Any person holding last year's guern seys are requested to hand same to secretary before Saturday. All players to wear white knickers. A silver coin admission will be charged at all home matches.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
L KENNEDV. 4a3ckm~ith, and Wheelwright, OKE-STREET, OU1 EN. Stripper Combs a specialty. o 2 on?s go?, . ., -----,-??- . . zurzs ~CUR:$ ~i ·SjEt1S` C4~ zL ~pla'iiP~cip~so~e3 ~ iisS, cQAN izi~rTrr~ ?~?qP'~ 1VU N ___ Sf K :: E. ARNOLD, jI.ate of Birchip and St. Arnaud)? SLAER AN.D CAT"ERER, Has ec-rne::,ed business in pre Enises next -lnghes' store, Farrell stret, OJnyen, where beis prepared to -ndertake orders for _BfAD AUD S?XLL GOODE at mrevailing prices. Balls aTd Parties catered for at special rates. E ,rxns sad iaint Eread a specialtI The Ouyen Hotel (Under uNew avagenment) MAR and IMZRS F. WATERS, Late of Wycheproof. G~!- to intimate that they have :: v-er tne above Hotel, . . -e-in?g public can e-? n ha'ving their ev-ery want -mes Antp Roor.Ts, at? a -ZV3z-i ta. : " . 'asT-CLASS MEL-S. __ st Bran-s of ~~• ?..?T,?.r,,xS VESOF BNS A,..ND , ' Soxrt Dannes, , Alwavy on Hand C. G. Carte r, 2-f - Z'aggons, :Etggies;G-ige. Ca~ts; etc. .L - rgbs (any size) ' tr -.??.~I y rrwos v ad'd C...
METROPOLITAN FOOTBALL. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
METROPOLITAN FOOTBALL. LEAGUE. Saturday's games resnlted as follows: South ?lelbourne ... 8 16 Essendon ... ... 8 7 Carlton --. ... 9 13 Geeiong ... ... 5 10 Fitzroy .. .,. 8 12 Richmond ... ...- 7 12 Mtelbourne ... ... 13 11 St. Kilda ... .. 9 11 ASSOCIATION. Brunswick .. --... 9 11 Williamstown ... 8 10 Fcotscray ...- ... 8 8 Essendon . . ... 4 9 Port M1elbourne ... 10 10 Prahren ... ... 7 11 fNorth Melbourne ... 8 9. Northcote ... ... 5 13 Brightoa .... ... 11,18 Hawthorn ... .... 10. 9
Killed in Action. MR J. L. ELLISON. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
Killed in Action. -o MIR J . L. ELLISON. On Friday last Mr Ivo. Ellison, of Ouyen. received the following telegram from his father at War racknabeal :-" Cheer up! Les. fell fighting in a good cause." It seems only yesterday we shook hands with him, yet to-day we know he is gone for ever. Never theless we know he died doing his duty-how many can say the same. Nobly he fought for his King and his country and in the midst of battle he fell. 'We admire him for his sertices to the TEmpire. but we wish to express our regret to the parents of our friend, Les., at the sudden end of a fine career. James Leslie Ellison was 23 years of age, and was a bandsman in the 8th Battalion. He made up his mind suddenly to enlist, and rode his bicycle from Warrackna beal to Hopetoun (40 miles). He did two hours work and returned to Warracknabeal. He left by the 9.3G train for Eroadmeadows, thereby covering 80 miles on the bicycle and saying good-bye to his friends.
Shire of Walpeup. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
Shire of Walpeup. ORDPIARY MONTHLY MEETING FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Shire Council was held it the Shire offices at Ouyen on Fri day last. Present--Crs O'Dea (President) Glen, Pickering, Farrell, Hech and Wiltshire. The minutes of the previou meeting were read and confirmed Outward correspondence wa approved of. INWARD CORRESPONDE?NCE. From State Rivers and Water Supply Commission stating that they did not think that the bores in the desert country justified the expenditure under the qltered con ditions due to the recenit rain. The secretary was instructed to write to the Commission informing them that the Council considered the bores necessary as many block holders are using all their land for growing wheat and have nowhere to put their stocdk, and the neid still exists for this country to be made available for settlers From secretary Boinka Progress Association asking for road works. -To be done as soon.aS engineer has time From ratepayers at Boinka...
MEETING OF CONDOLENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
MEETIN'G OF COINDOLENCE. About 30 residents met in the public library on Friday evening to discuss what steps be taken to do honor to the memory of MIr Les. Ellison. Mr B. Oke was voted to the chair. In opening the meeting, Mr Oke said it was unfortunate that they had to meet on such an occasion, but he knew that Mr Ellison had fallen doing his duty. M·r W. J. Steele suggested that two enlarged photos of Mr Ellison be procured and framed in Austra lian wood-one to be sent to his parents, and the other placed in the public hall. Mr P. J. Holden said he would go further. This war would be forgotten by some, but not by those present. He would suggest that a po:tion of the hall be set aside to commemorate the names of those who had left the district for the front. Also that photos of each he procured. Mr E. Williams suggested a roll of honor, with side panels. After further discsussion, Messrs Holden and Steele moved as fol lows :-"1hat this meeting of Ouyen citizens send a letter of co...
MIXED DRAW FOURSOME. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 4 June 1915
MIXED DRAW FOURSOME. For trophies kindly donated by Mr and Mrs Cooper P. J. Holden and Mrs Nitschke, 55 -25-30 J. E. Don and Miss Day, 45-108 35 T. Ense and Mrs Park, 48-11-37 E. Williams and Miss Walsh, 64 25-39 Geo. Rowe and Miss M'Lean, 59 20-39 A. Aldenhoven and Miss Leach, 54 -14-40 R. Cooper and Mrs Gillespie, 60-20 -40 A-. W Cooper and Miss O'Callaghlan 59-18-41 Dr Hart and Mrs A. W. Cooper, 66-25-41 Tr. W. Bell and Mrs Hall, 53-11 41 A' T' Hall and Miss Farrell, 56 11-45 G. F. Lindsay and Miss Oke, 63 18-45 W. L. Park and Mrs Williams, 65 -19-46 J. D. Telford and Mrs Crosbie. 68 19-46 P. Emmett and Mrs C. Cooper, 65 -15-50 H. Featherby and Miss Hyder, 75 -24-51