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Assistance Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

Assistance Wanted. E The following letter from an t Underbool settler speaks for itself: rDear Sir,-Could you do anything Sto assist us by perhaps inserting this in your paper or by some other E means. We have had nothing off Sour block as yet, but have 400 acres of lovely crop ihis year. We Swant three horses to help get it off f as we lost three in the drought. I We have applied to the Govern ainent for money to buy horses, but were refused. We have also tried local peoole, but they are short of e money like ourselves and require - cash or. part cash at least. We t have no cash, and it seems dread 1 ful to think how we have slaved e here for the past four years for no a thing, and now the Government of refu-es ns assistance for horses. SOur lea-c ib due Novembnr twelve a months, and if we had it now we a could borrow any atunult of money e at low rates from respectable firm e in Melbourne. A piece in your 1 paper may go a long way with the Government.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Police Court. NO ATTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

unyen Police eourt. NO ATTEMPT. At the above court on Wednes day last, before Mr. Elligett. P. M., Alex. N1. M1Lean was charged, on the information of the Railway de partment, with having taken his seat in a train without having a ticket entitling him to do so, with intent to defraud. Mr. W. L. Park appeared for the department, and defendant conducted his own case. Conductor M'Taggart said de fendant was on the train between Tempy and Nunga on 8th August, and when asked for his ticket gave a wrong name, and also said he had a first class ticket from Litch I field to Ouyen, but had lost it. He was in a second class compart ment. Defendant further said his ticket had been nipped twice since he got on the train. To the Bench: There would be a record of tickets issaed on the date in question. Defendant, sworn, said he lived at Tutye. On 18th August (not 8th as sworn on the information) he took a return ticket from Linga to Ouyen, and the same night took a first class single and a first ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Storage Certificates [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

Wheat Storage T tL, 3 Mr. R. Bloomfield Rees, xI. writes us as follows. It ill c ` remembered that the Ouyen b.c of the Political Labor Council a its meeting a fortaight ago, nigj y in a similar direction, and it is to the various Progress Associaticit to get busy if they want to mao assurance sure: Sir.-The prospects of a record yield of whbeat at the cofling ciar vest are bright, but the prospet of marketing and flSinancir this valuable product are 'seccniLt.i certain and gloomy, due larlev to weak and vacillating Governmiea leaders. It is barely six weeks b fore the northern wheat harvest ci be upon us-. Everybody knots ,e cannot possibly have ships to carry awaylour enormous surplus of wheat and the greater portion will havxt be stacked and carried forward; to late in the year, or, perhaps beyond the following harvest. Man c the farmers and storekeepers in northern wheat areas of Victoria ar hard up, and must realise on ther wheat for cash on delivery in ordce to carry on. Does ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kia Kurrencies. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

Kia Kurreneies. To endeavor to facilitate matters in the handling of the forthcoming harvest, a weighbridge is a stern necessity, The Shire Council has promised to put in such bridges at every station, so soon as the funds are available, but that means a year lost. Our farmers are anxious to get a go on at once, and on Sat urday last, in responce to an adver tisement in the MAIL, 23 farmers assembled at the siding to discuss matters. Mr Glassborow was elec. ted to the chair, and Mr. C. Lock wood hon. sec. A good deal of discussion ensued as to the best means of procedure, and eventnally it was decided to have advertise ments inserted in the Melbourne daily papers asking for offers to supply and erect a 15-ton bridge at Kia. In the event of anything suitable and reasonable offering, a company of 40 shares at £5 each will be formed. The difficulty of obtaining a machine at the present timne is recognised. but a hone ex ists that something suitable will bej found. Another move-but whet...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

gaiig of Nunsca. The old ,uCi; "Cornxiii events cast their sh:aloiws before' is esperierally tsre of a bIilliOus attlack. You01 Will hiree waLntinit of it, appriiclr. Youroppetite will fail. you will feel dull anrd l i ilid and have a feeling of orausea. As soon :., :aiy of thewe synliptoms arplrear tarki three of Chramrnherlaini's Taihbles aind lte attack lo.li Le oirde' ori. By takntog n coirse rt Clhanherlnin's Tablets you wil bl ,renrrtently relitevne of all bilioli. tendencies. There's Some Cause. 1\Vhn there is a tickling in the throat you may rest assured is some cause. probably inflammation. Take Clhamberlain's Cough Rertmedy at once and you will realise its quick, soothing and healing influence. Not only dces Chamhberlain's Cough Remedy reduce the inflamation but it also strengthens the throat. making It stronger and more able to resist disease. Try It. An ordinary attack of diarrhoea may be relieved by a single dose of Chamberlain's - Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Only in mo...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

i Si~ibbSHED 1909. GRACE & SCOTT BUTOBHlERS AND S3rtALLGOODSMEN, FAR RELL-ST.. GUYEN. None uit the beet quality of Beef, Pork and Mutton sold. CorTed Beef is a specialty. Small Goods of Prime Quality. Famnilies waited on Daily. Our reputation is the guSarantee of satisfaction. FITZGERALD, GALAH. WHEAT BUYER and GENERAL AGENT; - _ AS for sale, on easy terms: 2 Beard and Sisson winnowers 2 S:rippers (one Dignan nearly new) 1 Pair Buggy Ponies, broken to sad dle, single-and double harness. Agencies: Royal Insurance Co., Vic forian Producers Co-operative. Cornsacks (new or second hand).at low est ritis. Oils, 'i%.nes;'etc. Fencing W e and Bnilding Material Murray Pine at Lowest Rates. BOOTS!, BOOTS! Or Wene Cdnsign ment of BOOTS is to hand, -and WE INVITE INSPECTION of the following new lines -- . MEN'S MILITARY COSSACKS For the Mallee. LADIES' 3-BAR SHOES, GLACE DERBY SHOES, ADA.BALMORALS. Children's and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES. REN. OKE, OUYEN. p D. FULLER," GENERAL. CARRIER,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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A Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

A Saggestion. In a letter. received by Miss White, 13 St. Vincent-st. west, Albert Park, from Mr. C. Clinch, Egypt General Mission, the sug gestion is made that for a time at least people at home should cease nmaking socks and shirts, and de vote their energies to the produc tion of towels, sheets, face flannels and like comforts. The writer goes on to say that in one hospital -not an Australian hospital some of the men have only one sheet, and no towels with which to wipe their faces. The Austra lian hospitals, he added, appeared to be managed splendidly, but there was something lacking in 1 British institutions.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Land Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

Land Available. The following land is available for selection. Applications close November 3. Parish of Mittyan-598 acres, 2nd class, 4 miles from Tempy; 787 acres, 2nd class, 4/ miles from Tempy; 922 acres, 2nd class, 4 miles from Tempy; 658 acres, 2nd class, 6 miles from Tempy. Parish of Deering-673 acres, 2nd class, 8/ miles from Teutpy; 797 acres, 2nd class, 7/ Miles from Tempy; 772 acres, 2nd class, 6 miles from Tempy; 816 acres, 2nd class, 6/ miles from Tempy; 735 acres, 3rd class, 8 miles from Tem py. Parish of Patchewollock North 636 acr es, 2nd class, 9/ miles from Tempv: 879 acres, 2r.d chis-, 9% uilnk frcoau Tempy; 867 acrcs, 2nd class 11 n. iles from 'Tempy; 867 acres. 2ad class, 12/- miles from Temppy; 679 acres, 2nd class, 11 miles from Tempy; b71 acres 2nd class, 10%Y miles from Tempy. All second <class :land 18/ per acre; third class 13/.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Red Cross Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

Red Gross Concerts. The following statement of re- ceipts and expenditure in connec- tion with the weekly "Pops." at Ouyen requires no comment: RECEIPTS. £ s d July 16. Concert ... ... 3 1 9 Raffle Miss Griffin 2 10 0 ,, 23. Concert ...... 4 2 0 Raffle, Miss Wil. loughby ... ... 4 5 0 Donation Ouyen Football Club ... 5 1 8 Dance ... ... 0 16 0 Aug. 5. Concert and Dance.. ...15 15 9 Bouquets, Mrs Penny 0 10 0 Bridal Bouquet, Miss Glen .. ... 0 5 0 3. Collected Rifle Range, P. Emmett...... 0 11 0 Collected M. Fitz gerald ... ... 17 6 ,, 13. Concert and Dance .. .. ...4 18 9 S Raffle, C. Leach ... 0 14 0 Miss Griffin ... 0 12 0 ,, Mrs T.Walsh 0 5 0 J. H. Hunt ... 213 0 ,, 20. Concert and Dance .. ... 5 3 6 Donation, Mr. F. Waters ... ... 1 1 0 Sale of Golliwogs, Miss Davis ...... 0 10 0 ,, 30. Concert at Galah 15 15 0 Sept. 3. Concert and Dance .. ... 8 1 0 Raffie, Miss M'Queen 0 12 6 ,, Mrs. Ingwersen 3 6 0 Sale Knife Box. Book and Bracket, Mr J. Hunt ... ... 0 16 6 Flowers, Mrs. Rees...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Ouyen Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

Ouyen Cricket Club. There was an encouraging atten- dance at the annual meeting of the above on Wednesday night last. In the absence (from the district most ly) of office bearers, Mr. W. L. Park was voted to the chair. The secretary submitted the bal- ance sheet as follows: RECEIPTS. £sd £ s d Balance forward 1913-14 17 4 31 Members' Subs., at 51 7 15 0 Donations ... ... 4 3 0 Cricket Balls played for... 6 10 6 Profit on Ball ... ... 1 0 Total ... ... 19 6 10 EXPENDITURE £ s d Material Purchased and repaired ... ... 17 1 0 Printing ... ... 1 5 0 Sundries ... ... 17 7 Balance on Hand ... 3 3 Total ... 19 6 10 The balance sheet was adopted, subject to audit, on the motion of Messrs W. A. Ritchie and A. W. Cooper. Office-bearers for the ensuing year were elected as follow:-Pre- sident, Mr W. A. Ritchie; vice presidents, Messrs W. Johnson, A. W. Cooper and A. H. castings; secretary and treasurer, Mr. R. Smith (Mr. Ruse absolutely de- clining to accept re-election owing to stress of work...

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Ouyen Recruiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 October 1915

4en R3ecruiting e Cola Iiy nlittee. t is ery evident some people -i ery is . ~o :.e decided that "the more ou at the more you may do" is ap c ble to the Ouyen Recruiting tcittee. At the public meeting _e eekS ago, it was announced' t the comrmittee would arrange e the taking off of crops of such d our settlers who have enlisted td those who have been appointed Sth power of attorney by the vol t teers seem to have arrived at the :a clusion that"arrange for"means ill onsequently they are to ing no steps whatever to assist It aecoummittee. By announcement :these columns, attorneys were Iited to attend a meeting of the i, niittee on Saturday last, but k one thought it worth while to it ond. It the committee does o t know what help is required, it S tainly cannot make provision for d There are innumerable points ? uirinn discussion, and there are a ny details to arrange Some dis e ;cts will require no help at all, e hile others will demar.nd a good r al of organization. As an in i sace: ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

S TRAYED since 18th August, medium draught bay mare, star on forehead, white hind foot, scar across neck.--A. Stone, Nyang. STANTED, wheat cleani rg by con tract. State price and estimated quantity to WV. Wells, Eighth-st., Mil dnra. GALAH -Miniature Rifle Club ~ill hold the final shoot for season 1915, on Saturday next, 23rd., when two Cham pion Prizes will be shot for. eRoll up once more.--J. Hoare, Pres-, N. P. Le Conteur, Hon. Sec. Try It. A. ordinary attqac of diarrhncea may be relieved 3y a single dose of Chambet-hin's Colic and Diarrhea Remedy. Only in. more severe cases is the second or third dose required. Try it. It has a reputation of 35 years behind it. and is everywhere reeognised.as the most re?ble remedy in use-for diarrhoe. T OST from Patchewollock : S yearEng heifers; =club hole near ear, K near rump. LI ?award.--Iavanragh, Undr bool LOST from Nyang, one light brown draught mare, blaze on face, hind feet white, bell cn, no brands; one dard brown deliverr mare, no br...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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A Mistake Somewhere. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

A Mistake Somewhere. "One Interested" writes :-My self and other ratepayers sent in a petion to the Walpeup Shire, ask ing to get a very nasty sandhi'l cut down, as it is only a short and stiff one, and the only bad pinch on the main Sea Lake-Nunga road. Ima gine our surprise and disappoint ment to be informed we would have to go to some other council with our request, after paying and hav ing to pay our rates to -Walpeup Shire, and we would remind coun "ilors that block 7, Woornack is only three miles from Nunga sid ing. A spledc d reception was accor ded Pe.- J- J. O'Longhlin at the Ouven PuTh c H1-l on Friday night ., and we r-re etthat a late sh. of advts compels the holding over of the fill repot, w'hich will an t-r i next issue. The we~thr- since =a't issue has been s _ingke, and ic the sort _o =ake te rops g-oor fast.. A dow-.o' of mo-tare at this jac_. ~me woud be acceptable, and idi cao-_s uE-e d _oi=t to 0some at et =s heear future. Mean Se the sun-- wil be warm, and h-e ,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Reticulation Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

The Reticulation Scheme. Although some twentyeight townspeople interested signed the requisition for a public meeting, only fifteen saw fit to attend. Of these only eight were signatories to the requisition, and whether they forgot, did not care, or were content to let things drift, we are not going to argue, but they have to be content with the result. On the motion of Messrs. Oke and Mitchell, Cr. Pickering was voted to the chair, and briefly out lined the objects of the meeting. Mr. Stephens was appointed to act as secretary. Mr. B. Oke, as one of the conve nors said the subject was brought home very strongly when a canvass was made recently for funds to es tablish a fire brigade in the town. They found a great deal of dissat isfaction, not only with the scheme, but also the size of the pipes pro posed to be put down, the general expression being that the latter were far too small. He had held the opinion all through that a 3in. pipe was too small, while they learned that a 23in....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Within Our Gates. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

W`ithin Our Gates, The following is from the Mil dura "Cultivator," and we would not like to say that Ouyen is not the centre suggested. You can think it out for yourself: A short time ago there came into our hands a little book, "passed bfy the Censor," and entitled "Foiled i The enemy within our own Land." What were said to be "The thrill ing experiences of Detective Dun nett in his fight against the Ger man spies in Australia" were in this book chronicled by Mr. Gor don Henderson. We do not intend to review that book, but we intend to quote a line or two from the "foreword" and then have a few words of our own to say about the enemy in our own country. The author of "Foiled" says that the mainspring of Germany's military machine is the German secret ser vice. Says he : "What that ser vice has accomplished is almost un believable. It represents probably the most powerful. as well as the most thoroughly organised, system in the world. It is not a field ser vice, or a diplomatic ser...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Harvesting Soldiers' Crops [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

Harvesting Soldiers' °raps There was s. good attendance at the meeting called by the Ouyes recruiting Committee for Saturday last. District re-resentatives pre sent reported vcr- satisfactory ax `sults of the -canrvs for assistantc, only one instance of a farmer ino.t ting on attending to take cff sol. diers' crops in his own tine bein reported. Walpeup and Bouikare. presentatives repor:ed all arrange ments as complete, thus relieving the central executive of worry. To give e t to,-ns.-eople and farmen not directly concerned an opp0o7: nity of assisting, r. sW. J :-eW. promised to make a thorough can vass of both town and parisih of Oayen. The results will be devo ted to paying such expenses as are necessary. The hon. sec. reported a debtor balance at date. The va rious district representatives rill call meetings this week and rer?ra on Saturday next, when the e::ecu tive holds it general meeting. As will be noticed by advt. elsethere in this issue, a meeting is convend to be held a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

ESTABLISHED 1909. GRACE & SCOTT BUTeHERS AND SMALLGCODSMIEN, FARRELL-ST., YEN. OU YEN. None .ut the 'cet cqulity of Beef, Pork and M'utton sold. Corned Beef is a specialty. Small Goods of Prime Quality. Families waited on Daily. Our reputation is the guarantee of satisfaction. M . FITZGERALD, GA LAH. WEAT BUYER and GEN.ERAL AGENT, AS for sale, on easy terms: 2 Beard and Sisson winnowers 2 Strippers (one Dignan nearly new) 1 Pair Buggy Ponies,:.broken to sad dle, single and double harness. Agencies :-Royal Insurance Co., Vic torian Prqdncers Co-operative. Cornsachs (new or second hand)`at low est rates. Oils, twines, etc. Fencing Wire and Building Material Murray Pine at Lowest Rates. BOOTS ! BOOTS! Our New Consign ment of BOOTS is , to hand, and WE INVITE INSPECTION of the following new lines MEN'S MILITARY COSSACKS -For the Mallee. LADIES' 3-BAR SHOES, GLACE DERBY SHOES, ADA BALMORAIS. - Children's and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES. BEN. OKE, - OUYEN. D. FULLER, GENER AL CARRIER...

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The Water Question. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

The Water Question. rr. F. LeConteur, Tiega Park, l, writes us:-Sir,- Permit hirou h the medium of your unaie paper, on behalf of the 148 lers who signed the petition to e onstruction of channels de e'd until the matter was decided a majority of settlers, to ask Cr. n, president of the shire, to ,biish ' the lot of incorrect state ets'" in the petition, and also plain how "a lot of those who ined did not know what they "re s;gning". In addition, in tw of of the fact that consider ly less than a quarter of the set .rs were present at the meeting en it was decided to urge con 11ction of channels, upon what idence does Cr. Farrell base the gnumption that the 148 ratepayers re trying to prevent 420 others n getting a permanent water ipply ? IUnder date 9/10/'15, Mr C. G. ar, of Timberoo Scuth, writes : S,-A round with "Surprised." e. who signed a petition against 4?ac was in our humble opinion a emnatnre channel scheme, have Ied forth wrath and bitterness a$m these with whom we dared ag...

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The War, Politicians and Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

The War, politicians and Volunteers. -- ------- An excited lady correspondent writes us from Nelligen, which is somewhere in New South Wales: Three of my sons have enlisted, and poor fellows, I don't think they will return in a hurry. And would you believe it-I am not a bit proud. I would keep my sons if I could. I am not of the self sacrificing kind, and I don't see why my sons should go when so many scrouchers and scallywags stay at home, and let their country call till it is hoarse for all they care. Why don't they make the loafers go and work? I'd find means, even if I had to flog them to it. The whole war is a bungle. Had slow old England seen with "Bobs'." eyes and taken his ad vice, the awftl loss of life which has gone on through their unpre paredness would never hare been. Ta4 aborit the lion sleeping "with 'but one eye shut." I guess he must have dropped off pretty sound and both his eyelids shut that time. And they dismissed Lord Beres ford because he had to speak his min...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

iMKENZIE'S "EXC ELSIOR" BAKING POWDER. iThe manufacturers, JAS. F. M'KENZTE & CO. PTY. LTD.. bt" to intimate that tn" adul.vIces t;madec in the price of their SXCEISIOR" BAKINlG POWD EIR are only to the extent of the increased cost of raw material. Th': tbe Public are .etting the full benefit of early purchases made on a very much lower basis than the present market value. They desire also to state that no substitutes are used in the n'anufac tur? of the "EXCELSIOR" BAKING POWDER, the arrangements made for the supply of the required ingredients permitting them to maintain the same quality of this article as in the past. JAS. F. M'KENZIE & CO. PTY. LTD. Melbourne and Syd ney. W. LESL PU?¶ & L24, SOL-CiTORS, PICK3SING-STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of Walpeup.) ADVANCES ARRANGED "I ON "-ALL?EE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS S..' Mnrrayville and all intervening stations visited every Thursdy and Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. f[DENTISTRY.3 J. W...

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