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Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

W aJlperp Sr c.?h uc ucil. The ordioail) s uuai me-eting of Ibo abore body ue, he:dan Wrdues day, at the shire offices, Ouyeu. These were present Crs Pickering (presidecnt), Mossop, Wilson, Glen, Ilecht and Brown.. COIL&IEONDENCE. The Railway Commissioners'5x pFecssed approval of tshe ereclon oi os lame on the cinder path at Ouyen railway station. This at least shows where the path is. bchuitz and Co., Mlurrayville, asked permission to erest a scaffola ing in Reed-street, and this was grante. under usual conditions. Piunaao3 -aspEial acknowledged receipt ct lester regarding privileges and torwarded a circular setting out the privileges of subscribers. W. F.G.Coltman offered some bre ken metal at Mnrrayville for sale, but no business resulted. The Education department sent a circular regarding Empire Day, and councillors agreed to attend in their resumsive distrietsa The WVheat Commission agreed that wandering stock did damage to wheatatrcks and promised to refer the matter t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

I For Chriin~a Ohe2~ c~mii~e I Toods' Creitf P~ppermint Cere3. 1! & 29 Wands' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 116, 2!9 DO IT NOW FARMERS, avoid disappoint menat and book Your HARVEST ING REOUIREMENTS at Once. Cornsacks Binder Twi ae Sewing Twine Harvesting & Engine Oil -WE are now booking orders for above lines Roberts AND - Gi espie PR;ONE 9. OUYEN Employers' Liability. YOU MUST INSURE YOUR EMPLOYES AGAINST ACC1 DENT. The STATE 'INSURANCE OFFICE Is the .only Office whbch gives Cash Bonuses on the Business placed with it. WILL. A.'RITCHIE, , '' Maiax' Othce, i " . Agent. "'TmE RiD SHOP" OKE ST-: -., 0U -T ('PHONE 4), Are Offering the F~ollowing Lines at iefrock Prices for Spot Cash : BAKING POWDER, is 10. lb tin CREAM of TARTAR ,", orh MLiI0 CrL ann i . iAM, .iMa- !A1ih tins; 2s Sd 5:h Sme~ton fiked OATMD AL,-s 3d' 7'b bag Best ROLLER FLOUR. l?1th, 20.s B.:-Jw w.?' %. ieti'i BLOCK (!-KES, _i-, 2s 3d each POTA6 ~ES, iprime) 2s qr.; 9s per bag...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

S TINm_ of AustraTa, London, War' inAter (Salisbu.y Plain), and Rabaui. • a- . ..... =?- " 'o; of n.'' ,,-y denc ipti ?.~e -vi"€;., c itjedin. v't 2ab d. C-rrnt accooxto cpeued. Intcd aid no t:,,,.:. ~ i t.AdvInce de aa:a: Anprovod OeeritiE. ainhg s Bank Depart'en± ·TA?. ;R.._'; TP~DOFFIAKD. %%'Z~iREO L ESR1IN i B arancesC, ane over 2750 anrcjaes. at Iteruwt 3% cpo r'st Otffce's in Austraii3. POapua, Soloeon per annum / jf. Tssnctaone Britain, and The Pacific. up to £3CO I,(ELL=mrzSTAT and INTW.3NATIONAL Savring Basiae 7aeities. Depu:ir~ ty Gt ove~rni teuor 1918f ~ ~s~dENISO M~rt.LR ov ternor~ RAN? ( SR,- R BOOT' gr etS, DRAPERS. A IccoNMONGERS~. Itr Pil L. K RENNEDY,!'> KS IORT'I &,.QUALITY RIGHTU -SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.- :-! 3 .id ad Wh Lee . VTy International, Mercantile Mo To tual E -. suraYe, (and MAnuree. tt DR APER ROCER, ,IRONMO?, tSN,&OLR, BOOTr S PT UAILER,IETC. 8QWE-ST., OUYEN. L. KENNEDY, .LACKSMOITa1 & OKE-ST., OUYEN. j:lls t,, ?:m 3n...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

iOERS, csr=.. -- ResANTS, N uSI MASHINERY `4.N . . . . 0BEBRTS 7 ILLESIT Opposite Post Office, - Oke Street, Ouyen eH EBPEST r N E BEST - i A ALL INES. SAGENTS. FOR ALL THE LEADING MA.SlKE US OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MIACHINERY. The, P~iddin The Fa .ier's H. and. : DO YOT .NEE'D AN ENGINE ? A SIMPLE ENGINE. LABfG;E OWER WITH MINIM?Mi WEIGHT. Ao DUST PROOF. ENGINE NOT. AFFECTED BY WEATHER SCONDI'TIONS. Irr YOU iREQUIRE:THIS YOU WIL;I - BUY -> An AustraIian=Made JELBART! Compiete Chaffcutting Plants right up-to ?atc. Capacity one ton upwards. Price from £97. Further Particulars From SI ?;xAeE, -.. OrIGv., R ?E - , - YEN. Qireredon QIel ,1 B ALLA~RAT. O.'?,ined wit-h St. Ardrew's Presl)yterianr S'Girls''C'lidge.j ? : ; BOARD)ING AND DAY SCHOOL. Aproved, School for Government scholars 'rinr-ipal-: Miss Cramp: Vice-Principal: Miss Ida Cramp, M.A., (1st class honors.. Sn'i an& Voice Tmininig: Miss Dron bet, of the 'Mrlboiuine Cons. (pupil of indamse.Mel-balt.c 7iP o: Misu Mabeil ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

mwmbers ard viitors. Te te.t has Secenvy b:een re P organised, anId s now m.aking g~o:o progre-. Three candi daOes w~er i:Raed anrid theire are Several tmfce tor tin- next mreeting. The electic- of clflicers tresuitd as foilows :- C.R., B~o. WV. cGrego r; D.R., Sis. E. Creigiht,.t; P. B.?, Si-r G. CrEightcr * see., J3ro. H. Dick son,; treas., irro. 3. Hargraves; stewards, Sis: E. Nine znd Bros. ]I. Perkins, Levite, Bro. PengeIty; auditors, Bros. McGregoer and Ma. haod. The meetings are held on ahetate Fridays, and vis tors are slways cordiSIally invited.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Felicitations. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

Felicitations. t~v council meeting on Wednes 'e opresident extended a hearty a:"c to Cr J..Wilson,. who was re eei,-dc to the seat vacated iy .. " . Cr Pickering said it p !easure to welcome a new 'r;I \who had been through a :', sa .? efelt sute he would . ut the duities ..he was sent Sii-r with credit to himself and d: 1 to l, constit uents. r \'ii-e, iIn respocse, said: .he Gln a strong admirer of the eillers at tbe table forthe way ,id c-iried out the.work in the Sgreaet difliculties, and he was Sto be associated with them. l:hivl been maioy trying times one could but give the coun Scredi for ;.Ir. actions in the Pt e ident announced with Senlsur,~ that he bad.been em powered to adxminister the oasn to Cr W. Moss. p which duly intalled him in the position of Justice of t.:e Pe~ce for. th Mil:a.d sed Western Bailiwicks. He said he was certain the new Justice would uphold the honor and dignity of the position fittingly. Crs Glen, Hecht, Wilson and Brown added felicitations, each a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

To Advertisers. Casual Advertisements from other than regiarcltients must be accompanied by cash, other wise they will not be inserted. The number of insertions re quired must also be clearly stated, otherwise the advertise meat will be continued and charged for. No advertise ment will be guaranteed inser tion unless lodged by 12 noon on Tuesday, and alteration of standing advertisements must be lodged not later than Satur day before noon each week. RITCHIE & SON. MAIL Office, 22j4/'18.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

-p lik lthe the We Mi an wil Econo inse. Ton c in do it most Effective) _AR ESS SIGLITH-ST., MI ILDUR I. T''hey E'n'e For S1l , ?ii'ng B3ridies from 10/ to 176 each : 6 drnz. Plow Collars £1 10/ each; j'is. lie:t Co!Rar.s £I 126 earich; 3 doz. he!at Spdlers ;ta·.!d Blyband;,< 1juin. ,,,t o:o:,k 25/; 3 cdoz. Ditto, 1l in. oatent hook 22;6 6 l doz. ditto, I1 in. plain jh £1l; 0 d;z. ditto; I. in. plain hook 18/6 ; :1 doz. dray saddles :37Ti6 4.doz. *y ir chings 37/6; /-ton plow. Lea, Ch~ina 1014 lb. ; 7 doz. pair lheavy hamnes ,t top 1 !6 pair; 4 d'1z. ditto knob top I5/ pair; 12 doz. pi-ir best solid Leather linker :,/t; each; 9doz. pair secnmd bet ditto 10:6 each: 12doz. Riding .dle from £3 10: to £7 10/ each; 28 plow B.?ckhand. 3 in., at 8/6 each: ?t Buggy Harness £5 5/ to £8 10!; :I39 pa:ir hbet Drill Pcle Straps at 91 pair; 20 pair second host drill Pole Strap= at 8/ pair. The above Prices are for eash With Order ? Goods :Ire imade of the hest Material- by- First Class...

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Kiamal Kurrencies. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

Kiamal Kurrencies. . There was an improvement in sa; tendauee at the monthly meeting oa the Kisimal Progress Association on WVednesday nibht last, and enthursi asm was prominent throughout the meeting. Mir Laity was uanani mously eleted prorsident for the firsk term, as wa. also .1,r C. R. Lock yiood, sereearyr and treasurer. A strong coruitee 'Pss f. 'med to push forward the interests of the distric~ rjd to endeavor to briog t'hoase into line who ire stil s~ndio oau~t. They are treading on t~heit owvn corns. The mnembrship fEe was ixed at 1/-. S,:ist:tzr-y r:r-pi.. wie rezAe'd=. from the various deprtm.enis, also onr Paria,?encerv representa~ir;es, promising to give their fullest sup pors re t~he much-noeeded improve ments brought forward at last meeting. IT was resolved to make a~ppliatsion to the Lards department for a sehao! site on Kiamal townoshiD r,-s, -e, also that we bring before the oouicil the neoessity of sometbhin being done or: the road leading west from Kisanmaf. This...

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The Ouyen Mail WED., MAY 29, 1918. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

WED., MAY 29, 1918. LocalI and General. Again we pay tribute to the hero. Word was received on Wednesdtay that Pte. P. J. M'Cahery had laid down his life for the Empire-and us. At the time of enlistment Phil Md'Cahery was employed at the lo cal branch of the Bank of Victoria, and the expressions of regret on re ceipt of the news were genuine. It is pleasing to be able to close this par by saying that another employe of the Bank!. Mr I. Carme, has volunteered and been accepted to fill his late colleague's place. It is usual at the ovening of a new hotel for the pr-oprietor to ex tend an invitation t' all visitors on the first day to "have one w.ith me." When the new hotel at Oat e is opened, however, this rnle w ill not be adhered to. Mr. Brown stated the other day that there would be no free list but the amount surch free list represented o-tni be hlan ded to Ouyen hospital fund. That'.s practical. To keep your spirits free from care, A brisk walk thro" the ..iutry air, If you in co...

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Tempy Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 May 1918

Tempy Topics. Mr C. G. Ritchie, who has been local agent for the V.P.G. at Tempy has passed for the police force, and will shortly be leaving to take up his new duties in Melbourne. The town loses a good live citizen. The next meeting of the V.P.C will be to elect a new agent for Tempy, so trot up and put in the man you want. Mr Geo. White is after the office, and he knows the game, too. Mona Curly, the three year old daughber of Mr and Mrs B. Curry, of Tempy, fell from off a bag of wheat and had the misfortune to break her leg. As usual the child had to be taken to the St. Arnaud hospital for treatment. Mr. Gordon Speed has received word that his brother, Harold, had been killed in action. The Speed station was named after the fallen hero.

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To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

To Advertisers. Casual Advertisements from other thmn regularclients must be accompanied by cash. other wise they will not be inseited. The number of insertions re quired must also be clearly stated, otherwise the advertise nent will be continued and charged for. No advertise ?sett will be guaranteed inser tin unless lodged by 12 noon oa Tuesday, and alteration of ta??ding advertisements must d~e ldged not later than Satur day before noon each seek. RITCHIE & SON. .ldArL Office, 22/4/18.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

SoeERS, DRIAPERS, IRONM?GERSl , MERCHANTS, AND O??MMISSIN ND iMACHINERY AGENTS° Opposite Post Office, -- Oke Street, Ouyen. @HEAPEST A AND - BBST = IN A ALL - LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF IFARM IMPLEMEN1TS AND MACHINERY. j Power In The Farmer's Hand. Do YOU NEED A ENGINE ? A SIMPLE ENGINE. LARGE WER WITH MINIMUM WEIGHT. A DUST PROOF ENGINE NOT AFFECTED BY WEATHER CONDITIONS. YOU REQUIRE THIS YOU WILL -BUY- An AustraHan=-Made JELBART! Ciplete Chaffcuttiug Plants right up-to te Capacity one ton upwards. Price from £97. Further Particulars From S. G3aeE, OUYEN. arendon ( olleE, EBALLARAT. !Einedl with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Girls' College. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. proved School for Government scholars ncipal: Miss Cramp; Vice-Principal : ts Ida Crump, M.A., (1st cinsa honors.) g and Voice Tr inin "' Miw Dron et, of the MIlbourne Coa. .,(pupil of adame Melba. m: Miss Mabel Crump. M.A., A.T.. SMr. I owrence Richardson tDiplon6 Leipsick -ns.) in: Mlr '~-i.-' . ss Rehfis4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

- . _____ ____ _ - -m m? u ' "THE RED SHOP" OKE ST REET, OUYEN ('PHONB 4). Are OfiTringg the Follo wing Lines at Bedrock Prices for Spot Cash : BAKING POWDER, is 10d lb tin CREAM of TARTAR, 5.. per lb MELON and LEMON JAM, 10d I lb tins; 2s ad 51b Smeaten Flaked OATMEAL, 2s 3d 71b bag Best ROLLER FLOUR, 1501b, 20s Swallow and Ariell's BLOCK Gc KES, 21b, 2s 3d each POTATOES, (prime) 2s qr.; 9s per bag. All sorts of Reliable GARDEN SP.EDS--("Law Somner" and "Tip Top") Orders taken for Plants and Trees of all description. Orders Called For on MONDAY AND THURSDAY a" Goods Delivered on TUESDAY AND. FRIDAY Good Stock of I?APER?Y for Winter Wear-Piece Goods, Ladies Costumes, Cbiidren's Clothing, 'ula Range Fleece Lined Goods for Women and Chikrea's Wear, Mens and Boy's Suits, Ladies and Children's Overcoats, etc., etc. Boots and Shoes in good Supply. A GREAT rAL. of large assortment of Salvage Stocks of Drapery, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc. A -large assortment of Fancy Work, Silks. etc, always ...

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New Armless Wonder. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

New Armless Wonder. Mechanical arms, with which it is -possible to thread a needle, sew on -button, use a typewriter, and light and fill a pipe, were exhibited in London recently. The device is the -invention of Mr Canet, and all these. actions were performed with ease by Lient. Levat, who has lost both his arms. The arm only weighs 1Ulb., .ad can be fixed in a few seconds. The various actions are produced on w he Bowden brake principal, the movement of the shoulders regulat ing the springs of the arms, and the movement of the chese causing the opening and closing of the fiugers. 'ith this invention a maimed man can Dick up a iin or wield a sledge :hzamer. Lieut. Levat showed hoav asiy it was to write with artificial asuds. These arms are being supplied in J~rgo numbers to the French Army, aad many officers who have been fi~ed with them are now in the &renches whilst an officer of the -lying Corps continues tp pilot his =aachine with the aid of one of them. They are being ma...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Carwarp Carols. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Carowar Carlcs. Caiwarp Hall was over-crowded last Frialy week, the occasion being a conoert and presentation of medals to returned soldiers. Mr Stott was the ehairman and a very enjoyable concert program was given by Mrs Eladenfeldt (violin), Miss Stratford Isoli), Messrs George Moss, J. R. Browo, HeberG, Pretty, Woods (2) and Walker. The presentation of r,edals was made by Mr P. G. Stew a'. M.L.A. The soldiers concerned were Messrs Geo Stevens,. Percy 3pence and Jack Doig, but, unfortn iaieiy, the firstnamed was unable to to be present. Each of the others received a handsome gold medal of Aus;ralian design and suitably in Fcribed, given by the settlers of Car warp and Yatpool as something to remind them that their fellow settlers 33ighly valued the work they had done. They were known before They left as real battlers (having faced The drought year of 1914 along with their fellow-settlers) and their subse quent record was an excellent one. They had facead their big task "amely and ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Firewood Suppsiss. AMPLE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Fi. c'ced Evtpse'P. AMPLE IN VICTOBI&. .E the daily papers of 9Lb nit, ap pred an rr:cfe criing with the above. It was as follows Aceording to she conservator of Forests (Mr Mackay), there is no need to. bring fi-ewrcd irso Nefw o'utb Waies to Victoria, as.. is was stiied in the " Argus " recently, fuel merchants were doing to provide the supplies of fuel nscessary for Mel ooaroe. Large supplies of firewood, said Mr lackay, were still available on ring-harked private land eatending from WŽes Goulbru, in the Sry our-Nagaiblbe diarics, towards Heathcoe. Tad groasfr portion of this country was composed of forssts of grey bex and rea iironbarkjiinter spersed with red and yellow box This territory would produce from 12 to 14 tons of good frewood to the acre. The fozests extending alcnu the rancges from Heathcote to Eaush worth offered Irge quantities of first. class ma:ketable direwcca, consisting of dry grey box and ironbark. This area, comprising S80,OO acres, was held to suppl...

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Household Hints [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

flonsehold Hints Place an ordinary pie-chimney in he saucepan when boiling milk, and ts will not boil over on the stove, e~ven if left boiling for several min A little methylated spirits used to mois~en the polishing paste intended for brass and copper goods will keep 5h3em from tarnishing for quite a long time. If windows are cleaned with vine gar and water they will be brighter and last clean longer than if done wjvh water alone. Polish in the usuai way with a soft linen cloth or iezther. To obtain a really good cup of cof fee, place the coffee in a saucer and pu, is into a fairly hot oven for about three minutes before making. This brings out the flavour. I? oo muneh salt has been added to snup, slice a raw potatoe and boil in the soup for a few minutes. The yotato will absorb much of the salt. If a lump of sugar is put into the teapoA when making tea, one spoon -ul of iea can be dispensed with. Eggs that are to be kept should be stood on their small ends, and nst on the broad en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Amid the jL t itvr p?ace and wealth, Be wise, don't jr.agl t it ycur health; All you ma:- gain will be in vain, If you are rackc': c~are and pain. A~al more L?-n Aii, whatc'er you're told, aon't juggle Witl a cough or cold; All crude eplperminL: abjure Itely on Woods' Great leppermint Cure. I psm lxlflaUl l f TriaOlli Sl ~"ae, e .al:;isletd prnct ice in.ts been PERLFECTLY 1Painless Extractions, 2s ted f Extraction by my special method have preved tbemsce!ves to be all I claim for them. Any number of teeth extracted at a sitting; and if an atom of pain is felt whil t am extracting, I will torfeityour Smoney Beutiful, perfect littinal Sets, £3 enPadelin Loose x l'ates. front &1 1/. We have tlhonsands of the best and most n-tural Tee th in stralia to choose from, aod oar work is dono by experts only. I auice Thomas. (i.ecorded by Dental Bcard) Surgeriesl at VIOTORIA AVENUE. Albert Park, Melbourne. Attends Country DiLtricts Personally. No wConnection in Business with Any Other D...

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Empire Day at Kattyong. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

I nip.re Da.y MY K~.±y J.. The arpe l for funas, made to all i the schoula by the British Red Cross i Society, was heard at Ka?tyong, and on Empire Day a eueher party and dance were held. Such a cause could not lack a big response and the ball was crowded. As a result, a nett -um of £19 will be forwarded, to Melbourne, so that our rtesaests have no cause to hide their heads. The teacher, Miss nur ke, has only 10 scholars under her chbarge, and that fact tells its own tale in the re suln. It is due to the teacher to say she worked very strenu I =-:I to aaake the affair a success, but modestly passes the thanks on t. those who assisted her. In the euchre tourna ment, Mrs Cresp won the lady's prize, and Mr B. iKelleher carried off that for the gents. Dancing kept the feet busy until late in the morn ing and everyone had a good time. It might be mentioned that a War Sav ings group has been formed at the school and is doing wefl.

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