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

ISpcial Show yW SEASON'S GOODS AT Eilson, Bros,, ILORS AND OUTFITTERS, : IRowe-street, Onyen. Sand inspect our New and Up 'te Range of Latest Suitings Latest Novelties in Men's 7r prices to suit all pockets. " THE LAD HAND its th° w- 11-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Best! ,tý .,., as easy to get the Best as 'oorest, so call at once and ' leave vour order with us. anie display of Felt Hats in all les, .lo a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. ST'S YOUR MOVE , so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. G R EAT Z. 4Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and i' Aerated Water Mann ?{ facturer. -Fresh Fruit and Vegetables SAlways on Hand. ;'! Cool Drinks. ! EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. 'BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. ,;t Quality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard in any quantity at lowest rates. ;'gent for Massey Harrs farm imple I ments; Royal Insurance Co. ; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans 'f Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's ...

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

Galah Greetings. There was a large attendance at the usual meeting of the Progress Associaticn on Saturday. In the absence of both the president and vice-president,. Mr. M. Fitzgerald was voted to the chair. Representations will again be made to the= Railway Commission ers urging the extension of the loop line by at least fcur chains, the work being very important and urgent. Cr. Wiltshire having set the main by urging the construction of urgent works regardless of over draft, Cr. Pickering is to be asked to do likewise in respect to the sandhills on the north-west Galah Nulkwyne road. The matter of assuring a price for wheat on the lines suggested by M-Mr. R. B. Rees, M.L.C., was heartily endorsed, and the Govern ment is to be urged to take the nrcessarr steps to carry the scheme into efect. [Good business. Ed.] The drains leading to Boulka Tank are in the state which may be imagined, not having been cleaned out since the last drought. The Water Commission is to be asked to have th...

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

Local and General. In connection with the scheme of providing work for returned sol- diers, Mr. C. H. Roberts has been appointed honorary agent for the State War Council at Ouyen. Any oue requiring labor is requested to communicate with Mr. Roberts, and we need scarcely urge the prefer- ence to soldiers. With the promise of a return to more prosperous times, the move- ment towards the erection of a hospital at Ouyen gets a fillip. The area reserved is to be fenced at once, the necessary posts and wire having been donated, Walpe- up farmers generously giving the posts. Mr. A. J. Stephens is sec- retary, and so soon as harvesting is over a general move towards the erection of a building will be made. In this respect, the sooner the European murderer is muzzled the more people will feel able to give to such a good cause as an hospital. Walpeup shire council advertis- es a number of tenders in this is- sue. It is rather remarkable that works are ready for people, but somehow people do n...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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"Me Brother Wot Stayed At Home." DEDICATED TO MY COLD FOOTED COBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 20 October 1915

"Me Brother Wot Stayed At Home." DEDICATED TO MY COLD FOOTED COBBERS. Private WV. H. Rudd, writing re- centIy to his father, forwarded the following copy of verses printed under the headings given above in "Poems from the Peninsula," a booklet published in-the Gallipoli   Peninsula. The verses are from the pen of signaller Tom Skeyhill, 8th Battalion, First Australiam Imperial Force: I'm pullin' orf me colors, I've chucked me web away, I'm goirg back ter Cairo Ter draw me bloomin' pay; I'm fed up with bein' a soldier, So 'elp me bob, I am, Chewin' mouldy biscuits An' eatin' bread an' jam.; I'm sick er fightin' Mr. Turk Out on me bleedin' own, When I thinks of 'im in' Stralier Me brother weot stayed at 'ome. I'll bet 'e's walkin' up ther street, ';s chest puffed out with pride, A skitin' to 'is bloomin' cobbers Of 'ow 'e saved 'is 'ide. And 'ere's me in this blimey trench Where I can't even straight me 'ead For fear a'bally sniper '1?11 plug it up .with lead; . But 'e 'o...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Galah Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Galah Greetings. A baker's dozen assembled on Saturday last to shoot in the championship finals of the Galah Miniature Rifle Club. Three events were competed for, with the following results . Championship off the rifle, pos sible 80, first 10/, second 2/6.-A. Addens. 62, 1; W. Selkirk. 58, 2. Handicap Championship, first 10/, second 2/6. -W. Selkirk, 63 -5-68. 1; A. Tyers, 42-16-58. Sweepstake. 5/ added.--G. AVat chett, 46-4-50, 1; M. Fitzger ald, 49-scr.--49, 2. The season will close with a meeting on Satrrday evening, Oc tober 30.

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Send Off To Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Send Off To Soldiers. 1 Despite the fact that the affair was hastily organised, there w,:s a splendid attendance at ()uven dub lic Hall on Monday night to bid farewell to a number of district re eruits who were on final leave be fore departing to uphold the Em pire. The night was spent in dancing, and during an interval, Mr. Rees, on behalf of the railway enploycs, presented Bert Gray Iwith a wr:istret watch, pocket wal let, and a fountain pen. The re citient, in a few words, said those who knew him would kno v that actions were more in his line than speechmaking, but he intended to do his best whereve'r duty called. Later in the evening, Mr. W. Steele made presentations or wrist let watches to Privates R. Lawler, A. Tonkin, F. Gill, and J. Dow die, while Private W. Wooding re ceived a pair of military brushes. Mr. Steele spoke feelingl3 of the splendid example set by the men, and said he hcped to see them, and those they wore going to help, re turn safely when their work was done. ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Welcoming A Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Welcoming R Hero.' There was a great assemblage at Ouyen Public Hall on Friday week last, and doubtless the inclement weather kept a lot more away. When Private J. J. O'Lourhlin en tered the hall, leaning on the arm of his brother, the cheering was lond and long. After a cornet solo by Mr. Rees, the chairman. Cr. Glen, president of the shire, ex tended a hearty welcome home to the soldier. He said no one could look on the hero and feel else than that he in common wvith all the Australian soldiers, had nobly done his part. It made one fedl proud to be able to stand on the same plat form and grasp the hand of one who had been to Gallipoli, and everyone hoped that the wear and tear sustained would be fully reco vered from. They had given him a big send-off when he went to the tront, and now they felt pleased to honor him as one who had upheld the honor and dignity of Australia while there. Cr. H. W. Pickering said it cgave him the greatest pleasure to stand on the platform to extend a ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Spcial how oF. 4W SEASON'S GOODS AT Bllison Bros,, LORS AND OUTFITTERS, IRowe-street, Ouyen. and inspect our New and Up ate Range of Latest Suitings L test Novelties in Men's - Prices to suit all pockets. THE GLAD HAND aits the well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Best! ;act as easy to get the Best as poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. display of Felt Hats in all ls also a large and magnifceut assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE w, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water Manu facturer Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. SEXCELSLOR BAKERY, OUYEN. SARNOL D, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. st Quality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard in any quantity at lowest rates. Agent for Massey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, AlfaLaval cream separators and cream cans o Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's f re HAcrressing Saloon. S(Nex...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Local and General. Just a hint to have a look through the advts. in this issue. They in terest you. Walpeup Shire Council meets at Ouyen on Friday night, andintend ing tenderers should take note of the time of closing for the various works advertised. The business promises to be more than.ordinarily interesting, and we will give our usual full report. The. "Journal of Agriculture"forj Oetober contains an article on the Workers' Compensation Act which will be worth a good many more pounds sterling to farmers than farthings which the publication costs. It settles a lot of questions now being asked in regard to the liability of farmers and employes' accidents. Owing to the rain, the usual weekly Pops. on Friday night took the form of a dance, with a couple of songs thrown in. There were five soldiers on firal leave, and they got a good send off. Next Friday the P.L.C. promise a good program and one of the items is to be a court of inquiry, an innovation which it is expected, will add a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

HI! You're Wanted. FARMERS, STOREMEN, RIDERS, EVERYONE WHO HAS A HORSE. GALLAGHER BROS. SADDLERS, COLLAR and HARNESS MAKERS. FARRELL=ST., OUYENi. Your wo;r when brought in uill be d0ne to tour satisifction . tour repairs done promptly; and collars Staii?di sc~ieotificallx, at FRIGES TO SUIT THE TIMES. OPENINC DAY: MONDAY, OCTOBER 25th. W. LESLIE PAK DON, SOLICITORS, PICKERING-STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of Walpeup.). ADVANCES ARRANGED Gi ON M ALLEE LANDS AND TO WNSHIP BLOCKS AE Murrayville and all intervening stations visited every Thursday and Friday. p[DWT ISTRXY J. W. BROWNBILL, 31ILDURA- A-X D IARYBOROUGH. (Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria.) WTill visit Guyen the Third Thursday in evrv second nto:th, al d may be con sulted at the Ouyen Coffee Palace. AdU-r ss.-Corn-r Langtree Avenue and Eighth Street, Mildura. ,NEXT VISIT :--Thursday, Nov. IS. R. a. HRET, M. ., " KARINATICK," SI 11 CHELL- STREET, OG~YEA. HOcss : 10.20 a.m. to 12.30 daily, 2.30 p.. = to 4....

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A Fervent Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

21 Fervent Hope. In the Story of the H~allee, a paper read by Mr. A. S. Kenyon, before the Hisiorical Society of Victoria in 1912, the writer says: O-Oxen, destined to be the lead ing township in the interior Mal lee on account of its unrivalled po sition and its rich agricultural soils, came into being on comple tion of the Mildura railway line, and grew with the construction of the Murrayville railway. It is a go-ahead place, and already boasts a pooulation of 400 persons. With men like W. Farrell, W. Mitchell, and 1. Pickering its future is as sured The shire of Walpeup, all barren e ub a little over five year: ago, l'as now a population of over 4.OOG. and an annual valna tion of .&75,000. If your teeth want attention look up the advt. on our fourth page. it tells when Mr. Thomas will be in the district--that is next week. Last week'-,"' Australasian con tains an article dealing with the country blatween Ouyen and Mur rayvifle. The writer anticipates an average yield of 1...

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Patriotic Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Patriotic Purposes. 1 For niearly 18 months now the efforts of the people have been put forth to provide comforts for the troops at the front. No one denies the justice of all the clarms, and no one of principle refuses to con ( tribute. But in the great crowd, L individual cases cannot possibly get that consideration so necessary, 1 and the time has arrived for local - committees to get busy on local af 1 fairs. At the meeting of the - Ouyen Recruiting Committee on Saturday last, it was decided to es - tablish the Ouyen District Recruits' Fund, and contributions will be in I the shape of cash or wheat. A start was made in the room, each of the following contributing five bags of wheat :-R. Lawler, W. D. Mitchell, H. WV. Pickering, and B. Oke. Further contributions will be acknowledged as received. Do nations may be made to the secre tary, Mr. Coustley, the MAIL of fice, or any member of the commit tee. The object of the fund is to assist such of the soldiers who may return wounded ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

E~TABLISHEiD 1509. GRACE & SCOTT BUJTeHERS ANI) S3[ALLCOODS3MEN, FAIRRELL-ST.. OUYEN. None 1;t tI'e bLet cx::.ici of Beef, Pork and nttoun sold. Corned Beef is a specialty. Small Goods of Prime Quality. Families waited on Daily. Our reputation is the guasantee of satisfaction. NI. FITZGERALD, GALAM. WREAT BUYER and GENERAl, AGENT, AS bor sale, on easy terms: 2 Beard and Sisson winnowers 2 Strippers (one Dignan nearly new) 1 Pair Buggy Ponies, broken to sad die, single and double barness. Agencies: Royal Insurance Co., Vic torian Producers Co-operative. Cornsacks (new or second hand) at low est rates. Oils, twines, etc. Fencing Wire and Buiding Material Murray Pine at Lowest Rates. iBOOTS! BOOTS! Our New Consign ment of BOOTS is to hand, and WE INVITE INSPECTION of the following new jines MEN'S MILITARY cotssicks For the Mallee. LADIES' 3-BAR SHOES, GLACE DERBY SHOES, ADA BALMORAILS. Children's and Inlants' BOOTS and SHOES. iBEN. OKE, OUYEN. D~. FULLER, GEN~E AL CARRIER, ALL ...

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A Trip To Pinnaroo Show. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

A Trip To Pinnaroo Show.1 How soon the Mallee recovers from a knock was amply pioved on Wednesday last. When, some two months ago, a suggestion to run a special train from Ounen to Pinnaroo on Show day was mooted, there were scme who thcught pos sibly twenty might travel from this end, and with the addition of those to be picked up at the various roadside stations, the Society would not be calle4 on to make up a great deal of the £,43 asked for by the Railway department. As the season improved, so did the feelings of the people, and when 7 a.m. came on the day mentioned, some ninety passengers paid for tickets at Ouven, all intent on see ing the next State town. At Ga I1ah another sixty took their seats, at Tiega there was another big de tachment; Walpeup contributed nearly the whole of the population, and every station theince to the border-even Panitya adding some -increased the load, and added to the worries of the officials. The train was an experiment, therefore we must not be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

In preference to Any Other. With old age :arns iliactive howel niovertienti s and sluggish icer. (ildi folks Chouldi never use physics that ire larSh tunt irriltting icr they aggravate the rouble. We unhniitatingly recottnend Tablets it prefe~rence to an1y other medicine for aged ucople. Chalmbe~rLijtt's Tablets are gentle and nothing in their action and are in every way ·eliable and beneficial to the whole system. ehurhc Services. ALL SAINTS' CHURCH. Dedication Festival. Sunday, 31st October.-Eucharist, 8 a.m., Mattins and Choral Eucharist 10.30 a.m., Chiidren's service 3 p.m., Even song 7.30 p.m. All Saints' Day, 1st November.-Eu charist 7.30 a.m., Mattins, 11 a.s., Even song 5.30 p.m., Concert 8 p.m. ilCTOCRAN RAILWAYS. MELBOURNE CUP EXCURSIONS. From 2Sth October till 4th November inclusive, tickets at Holiday Excursion Fares will be issued to Melbourne at all stations (Suburban excepted), Deniliquin and Moama line included. The tickets will be available by all trains and for re ...

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Referendums 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Referendums 1915. It has been decided that the for the Referendums shall is Tuesday, 2nd November (that Tuesday next). and the elec have the pamphlets with the a merits for and against now to to peruse and they are worthit The latest prints of the rolls available for inspection at the offices throughout the Coac wealth (where forms are avag for enrolment' and poiters nr.. attention to the roIs and req ments of the law are kar'g eIxi ted at various public buildings. Notwithstanding that alterali numbering over 1.900,000 been made in the rolls throng the Commonwealth since thim elections, by way of additijus, movals. transfere, changes, Etc., Chief Electoral Officer for theCo monwealth is of the opinion tha number of qualified persons' still to enrol or adjust their e:r ment. Under the provisions of tlhC' pulsory Voting Act 1915, eket, resident within five miles of ay uing place are requirtd to rete the Referendums unless ther L, valid and sufficient reasons for voting. Each elector w...

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Boinka Caledonian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

au!in:a 8 ~drnian Soa= clety. An accepted characteristic of the the Scot is said to be stubbornness That is one of the libels the race has to contend with-it is not stub bornness. but merely determination The season just passed was enough to break down the determination of 1 almost anyone, but the Scotsmen of Boinka, with the characteristics of the race, added to, or increased by the Mallee stickability, decided there was no reason to drop their annual celebration. That a gran' old Hieian' gatherin' was out of question went without saying, but there were men who had fought and bled for their liberty and their country, and they had to be assis ted. The nation reveres a hero, and our Australian boys are heroes, every one. Boir ka Caledonian So ciety said the funds being raised to assist must be increased, and one way to do it was by appealing to the people in the language which all natio-r v'Aerstand--that of music. Tthu. thle Seciety got busy and on 14th ivst., (the date fixed for th...

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A Mistake Somewhere. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

A Mistake Somewhere. Cr. Farrell replies on this sat ject :-I would . inform "One1b terested" that the letter that c: before the council was signed I ratepayers in the parishes of 3f tyan and Woc mack. Mittyan - not in the Walpeup shire, ard i this road is in my district I wdn not be doing justize to my ra payers if I spent their money 8 nake roads for the acconuodatlO >f ratepayers who live in and pi :heir rates to another shire. t nay give him a surprise to knit hat there has been over £50 pS rn this road, and dll the rates te :ouncil received this year from tlf >arish of WVoornack was £5, is he says there is .nly one sti >inch on the road, therefore, lit ?ditor, your readers can see tbd ae is complaining about amoir ain that is only a mole hill. Its evident there are some 'for W! .elf" ratepay ers in Woornaad ['hey want roads made atthe5out nd north ends of their blocks ['hey persistently ask thlt said sills be scooped and deiatio0 nade, but religiously forget to P2 heir...

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Paignie Points. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

Paignie Points. Another of our soldiers has gone to camp for his final training be fore embarking for the front, and although the notice was extremely short, the numerous friends of Trooper J. T. Hyder gathered at the public hall to give him a fare Swell. To remind him of his Paig nie friends, a pocket wallet and a fountain pen were presented by Mr SVines, on behalf of the pioneers. and the feeling remarks of the chairman were heartily supported by Messrs Hoist, Bell, Mills and S. Bell. The evening was filled in with games, musical items, recita tions, and dancing, and no effort was spared to make the time a plea sant one for the guest. After re freshments and more music, the National Anthem was sung, and Auld Lang Syne followed by three cheers for the soldier, brought the evening to a close. Trooper Hyder is now probably on the water to fill a gap. Word has just been received that Pte. N. Neyland, who was repor ted missing some time ago, is now a prisoner in the hands of the Turks....

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End Not In Sight. King Appeals To Nation. 'YOUNG MEN TAKE YOUR SHARE." [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

End iNJot In Sight. 6injg Ippeals To Nation. 'y OUNG MEN TAKE YOUR SHARE." The following message has been addressed by His Majesty theKing t, the nation : To My Peoole, "In this grave moment in the struggle between my peo p:e and a highly-organised enemy, who has transgressed the laws of the nations, and has changed the ordinance that binds civilised Europe to gether, I appeal to you." " I rejoice in the efforts which have been made by my Empire, and I feel a pride in the volun tary response from my suibjects all over the worH, who have sacrificed home and fortune, and life itself, in order that another may not inherit the free Empire which their ancestors and mine built. "I ask you to make good these sacrifices. The end is not in sight. More men and yet more men are wanted to Iceep my armies in the field, and through them to secure victory and enduring peace. 'In ancient days the darkest moments ever produced in the men of our race the sternest re solvre. I ask yon-the men of all c...

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