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The Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 27 October 1915

The Water Supply. Cr. William Farrell rplies to Mr Le Couteur :-Sir,--Now that Mr. Le Couteur has gone into public print on the above matter he can have no doubt of the propriety of my right to reply. During the water famine last February Mr. Rees, M.L.C., visited Ouyen. A deputation of ratepayers waited on him and requested him to try and get a permanent water supply to the district. When Mr. Rees re- turned to Melbourne he got the Water Supply department officers to ascertain if water could be brought from the Murray or the Grampians to supply the eastern portion of the Walpeup shire. These officers sent a plan and re- port to the councillors stating that the only practicable way to get a permanent water supply by gravi- tation for Ouyen and district was by channel from the Tyrrell West branch, and, as the water storage capacity on the Grampians was now more than trebled, there would be ample water in the future. Though section 73 of the Water Act gives power to councillors to mak...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Galah Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

The Galah Dispute. 'MT r'us Critique," from Boulka let iI1;elf go: I believe the tongue would cease t . v ;', a , in the head;'the ear would ec de-tp ::te of receiving articulate s,'.," ds: the Fen would fall from the a.-?,: a d the focus of the mind w?;? tldie unborn if driyellers like tibis m.ongrel poodle '"Watch Dog" di'd ,eo think they had a privilege ir-?cted them to write gross fabri cation, base insinuations, and viru 'I? vit~iperations.:.' The extremes t-ese snrling critics go to entitles the-,' to compassion. The Donny brook language they stoop to wculd d~isarnm the most inveterate enemy of h s indignation, and leave no con :oai~ion" for the most vindictive crlm-i imt thought that with such objeci he would disgrace his dignity b: rtalating. But, Sir, there are t i:'-, :hen the insignificance of tihe accirser is lost in the magni tude of his accusations. This little bsia ger thinks he Iacerated ii.-i,, vilified much, and thinks ,'i:self sincere. Never was a cri ic , riculon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

17k -.. " . - . ,"a ·..-. r-l, ?, . I.? ;..?.,s;:d,? .tt. X(~.L:~~;? I (V ( 0T au r n BE :Qt. 'SMEN--9_: C .. ..1 . c 1-a 1-. *Jg vc ;-x ef : are7:S j,. .3 A-'" " W . -t r A.°g" .,0 Roller 7Skatin * -_a:?-aiv. A t.n.i:?m ..ari a -p. I: rd4)o an - A - r--C i,; ] ,r-u }U . y, JeboLn 2Thez ?giLnter ,?.ttt'ae,*io?; ; ?,ver'?: at~trrds" ?iglat " ' L-` ?r,? ? ? • , . ' ,' z , ' p ... , ' ' , ". + r:?k ·-i . :,Wy.cPr % ae ~irb-- vr~ ; · " . • ·',·: ·~ ,.J ;'S. L;_? ?.!?Jx IP··.?~. :·\tl~ • , ,v~' i~. . ,~-r ~ o ·rr : C' - '? '' ', -- ' ' ", J. P. Britt, General ConmissioD Agent, OUYEN. Agent For Manures. AGENT FOR : JOHN DARLING & SON, Whea: Buyers. Wheat bought in arc quantity fo, spot cash. Whes" stored for 12 months free of charge. Cornsacks sold a: current rates. NEW ZEAL-AND INSURXNCE Co Fire, Marine, Accident. Sick ness, and Live Stock. H. V. M,KAY'S Famous Farn Implements of Australia: manufacture, including Har vesters, Drills, Ploughs, Cul tivators, Horseworlks. Chaff cutt...

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The Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

The Pops. Last. Friday night, the Ouyen branch of the Political Labor Coun cii arraniged the details for the usual weekly Pop, in aid of tlihe Wounded Soldiers' Fund'. There' was a crowded attendance,- and when everything is balanced up, the committee is confident that a new record will be established. The previous best was Australi: night, the net being L16, and it is a hard one to beat. The pre gram was a good one, embracing all the favorites, and new ones for popular approval, were Mess.rs U'Lotigh!in and Hodson Bros..an'! some younger ones who' will be heard. again later- Expec:ation ran high regarding Mr P. Kinane, and he.quite justifiea all that the audience anticipated. His contri butions were Nell Haggerty, and Sfor this he-received an ovation,gwv ing in response Staka da Oyst. From gay to grave, A +Father's Farewell to his Sc n was a revela tion, and the inevitable encore brounght Father Reilly's Horse, and again The Lascar. Some visitors from Hopetoun were pleasantly surpr...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

Local and General. -~---f-- With th,' summer right on top of us, it becomes a bit too warm for skating, so the season at the Public Hall will end on Saturday night next. Taken altogether, no one has cause to complain of the success this 5 ear. In the matter of donations of wheat acknowledged in last issue at the Recruiting Committee's meeting, by some extraordinary freak of the mind, the name of Mr. R. Lawler appeared as promisilng 5 bags. This should have been Mr. A. W. Cooper, and we make the amendment. Mr Lawler had previously promised five bags to the fund being collected at Timbe roo. At the same time, it is only fair to say that Mr. Lawler has made an offer to the committee worthy of record. This is to cart hay, cut it, and cart it back to the farm of one of the soldiers, to feed the horses of those taking off the crop. It is not generallly known that the ladies Red Cross Committee meets at the public hall every Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of givin- out material to those...

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Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

W'alpeup Shire Council. At the ordinary monthly meet ing of the above body held at On yen on Friday night last, the pre sident (Cr. J. K. Glen) occupiec the chair in a lull attendance. CORRESPONDENCE. Keeping up with the other insti tutes, the secretary of the Murray ville hall and library solicited donation, and the usual 21/ wa: voted. A piece of road between 3C Paignie and 41 Kattyong require: attention, and a deviation through 39 Paignie, would avoid five sand hills, so W. P. M'Naughtcn stated. Mr. Poole will attend. A request from the Country Roads Board that only urgent sec tions of main roads works have tenders called for met with a very prompt and sympathetic response. For some unexplained reason the Ouyen reticulation scheme has been hung up, and in reply to a telegram asking why, the S.R. and W.S. Commission stated that the most important portion of the scheme-the concrete basin-would be expedited, and the reticulation of the town, it is assured. will be completed in good ...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

MELBOURNE CUP. [BY SPECIAL WIRE.] The great Spring meeting of the V.R.C. opened on Saturday, and the war made little difference to the crowd. The results were: SMaiden.- Dame Quickly (3's) Lingle, Vibratory.: Maribyrnong,- Ettefred (7's), Irish Comedy, Deneb. Hotham.- Hush Money' (15's), Prince Bardolph, Meerut. Derby. -Patrobas (4's),Cetigne, Westcourt MeIbourne. - Traquette (8's), Garlin, Cagou. Coburg. - Fidelio (4's) King Marco, One. THE CUP. The Melbourne Cup was run yes terdaV, and for the tenth time since 1876, the Eerby winner secured the mug and added money. T he, first three horses were: Patrobas, 7.6 (R. Lewis) ... 1 Westcourt, 7.3 (A. Callinan) 2 Carlita, 3.5 (R. Brennan) ... 3I Leware Of A Cold. Beware of a cold. When ne glected you dont klhow what tile cld rmay; be. If you fully realised the danger, you wouldl certnin ly give every cold the atttentionu it deserves. Asi a quick relief in adlvnnded case.,. and a prevcrlLntive in the first stages there is nothingto equal ...

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Crown Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

crown Land Sale. There'was a large attendance at the sale of townshi lots at Onyen on Wednesday last. Mr.. J- B. Gregson eonducte3 the sale on be half of the Crown Lands Depart ruent, and lvr R. A. Caldow wield ed the hammer. While there was an abscence of the boom which characterised the sale, two years ago, the Ouyen lots were rapidly disposed of, the buyers being in the great majority those really seek ing homes for themselves. The first lot cffered, being one of five on the beautiful pine ridge on the east side of the line. found a pur chaser in Mr E. Lancashire atI630. the ' upset being £25. Mr- XV. Johnson's was the only bid for the nesxt one, and e it h of the next three found buyers at the second bid £26 each. On the west side a spice of specuIa'tion entered. Starting at the upset of £35, the first lot rea ched £46 before it fell to the bid ef lir A. J. Stephens; the same buy er got the next at 141--L11 over the upset, and for the next one £65 was the price paid by the same ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

FREE. FREE. ,ACCEDENT BENEFITS. lospital Treatment given in Abso .lutely FRIEE on all our Full Benefit Tables. jouse:Purchase Policies. Low Premi u?ms. W e WVekly Compensation. SIf you are thinking of insurance think of the LIFE INSURANCE Go. CB AUSTRALA LTD. The "L.C.A." Which is offering von the most up to-date Contract t the World. Children's Policies a Specialty. C. LH ROBERTS, District Agent. IOST.-Mcýdiunm dr .gbit filly,- poddy.ý 1' 4years old, bay, white blaze, white hairs bnritclhen mark neiar .hind leg,r branded HC conjoined sideways. .Re wrat 1 o" re?r?t or information to H.. . Smith, Ounven. " - : *Shire C8T ~aellz~. . .. ,,r~ · 1NT, eDE R S. addressed to th e P resident SShire office, O"yen, will be received . till ii0 a.m. on 3Monday, November15, 1915, for the following read contracts in the We ,t riding : Contract No. 295.-Scooping and rabbling. Amor's Bore road at blocks 15 and 16 laripy (re-adver tised). Contract . No. 297.-Scooping and. rubbling, Amor's Bore rox d ...

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AT MURRAYVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

AT MURRAYVILLE. Various township lots were of fered at Murrayville on Thursday,. Cowangie lots all sold well, one for which the upset was L25, bringing L72, while all the others, with one exception, exceeded the upset, the average for seven lots being over L37 11/. Five out of six lots at M urrayvilie found purchasers above thle upset, but the final one found no offer. Only one of six lots of fered at Tutye was sold, hut at Un derbool. three of four offered went at good prices. The upset was L25, but the average for the three was L63 6/8; and the surprising feature of this sale was no offer for the fouth lot pat up- The top price obtained at the sale was for a- Underbool block, Mr. E. Jones P lying L97, while Cowangie came second on the record with a lot.l I sold to M1r. S. Best for L72-. Following are the details = Danvo, opposite the railway sta tion.-Lot 1, H. J. Harley, L15 Upset price L15. Lot 2, A. J. O. M'Lean, upset; lot 3, G. Harley, upset. Upset price 1,12. Cowangie, oppos...

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Land Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

Land Laws. A great drawback to any new town is the number of allotments held for speculation- No one need go out of Ouyen to see what a curse they are from every stand point And the peculiar thing about it is that the only section of i the Land Act which allows of pur chase before improvement, is that which applies to township lots. Every- selector'is compelled to start improving his block right away,. thus preventing to a certain extent speculation. But the land jobber is allowed a free hand in the most valuable of all Crown lands, in re spect to area at anyrate.' Why the anomaly has been allowed to exist no one even attempts to guess, but an effort has been initiated at Ou yen to have this rectified. At the last meeting of the Ouyen branch of the Political Labor Council, it was unanimously resolved. on the motion of Mr W. A. Ritchie. to ask the Executive to take steps to have the land act amended so 'that an improvement, if not a residence clause be inserted in the conditions of o...

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Timberoo Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

Timnberoo Topics. Soldiers continue to leave for the camp preparatory to doing their bit where the Empire calls. On Wednesday last there was a great assemblage at the local hall to bid God Speed to Harry Gregg, who has gone to fill a gap. Mr- Engle field occupied the chair and in a fine speech, presented the soldier with a wristlet watch and a cheque. The chairman's remarks were sup ported by Mr. P. Shelly in a re markably stirring speech; this gen tleman spoke in a manner that left little to doubt, and it made manv of those present think hard. To fill in the intervals, songs and dan ces were rendered, and after the ceremonial portion the gathering resolved itself into a dance, which was kept going until the hours were lengthening towards the day. Unless something untoward hap pens, stripping will roinmence on at least two of the district farms in the early part of next week. The variety is Bunyip, and Messrs D. Pianta and Ackland have plots of this very nearly ready to turn into th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

GROCE IIE -AND en rae l Merchandise. F. F 1 R E R D. DOUGLAS & SON Best Quality Goods at Cheapest Rates. Freight from Marvborough is a small amount. Save money by dealing with us. The following are a few of our prices: 0 lb. bag IA sugar, 17s - White Rose kerosene 9/6 c/s Rest English safety matches 4s gross Dutch cocoa 6d4-oz. tin; cornflour d 1 lb pkt.; maizena 6d 1 lb pkt. Biscuits:-Arrowroot, Coffee, Rice Mixed, and Ginger nuts, 6d per lb. Custard powders 9d dozen packets. Ess. lemon, vanilla, etc., 4d bottle. Ess. lemon, vanilla, etc. (large) Sd. Fluid magnesia 6d bottle 2 lb. Cod blocks (highly recommen ded) 1/7 block Tabl- jellies all flavors lid doz. Io. large 2/9 ,, Large baking powder, very best, 11id tin Dark Havelock tobacco 5/6 lb. Light do- 5/9 Ib Lucky Hit, light or dark, 1/3 4 oz. Sport, do. Is do. A.N.A. mixture, cot, 3/3 Ib. Envelopes, 1/ box of 250. Writing pads 6d, 9d, and lid. All kinds tinned meats in stock. Tomato chutney 6d jar Pickles -Chow Chow, mix...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

SSEASN'S (IGODS E11~son. Bros,, 'ORS AND OUTFITTERS. 'Rowe-street; Onyen. Land ins~pect our New and Up ' ate , r ~' - . ...- a.. te s t S u itin g i vo.celties in Men's p} - e"ss to ,.a t,?il pockets. ? -t;e e-tat ore?nian, and cur tailorLi ý= }. ý`Est! S" ntt as easy to get the Best as Spoor'st, so cail at -once and leave your c:der vith 'u"s. fre disolaV . o F`Flt Hats in all les, aaI a Iirge- and c ?! gi ea assor -ent of Latest Ties. I-'S YOUR -MOVE w, so call:and inspect our Stock at once. ruiterer-, Greengrocj.Ar .and SAerated WVater, Manu-t. f?acturer-. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables -lryas oa 'Hnd. : . Cool 'Drinks. , ,. - .,', -: . t EXC ~$.~A=~~ERY,~RZ~ rya fý-'3,r · U?.*Y:AE Yh t. . .ý ·!.. · • .- _..: .: '.~:.'. 2.. , , Quality Bread from Australian flour '; CATERINO A SPECIAiJTV. .ta ,J*-, . .. " ... Flour, Bran an. ar in an quantity atdrets rates. •a --_.:., . ; ?. - 2 " . • ,. - " Agent for~Massey Harris-farn iiple .mets; 'Royal Insurance Co.;? Jas. Bartral and Co, Alfa La...

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Walpeup Warbles. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

Walpeup Warbles. It soon won't be warbles if we judge by a meeting on Saturday night last. The formation of a band has been the subject of dis- cussion here for some time past. and matters came to a head on Sat- urday when 19 residents attended to decide things. Mr J. Nulty oc- cupied the chair, and after stating what had been done so far, intro- duced Mr. M. Rees, of Ouyen Mr Rees explained the requirements, and after giving some good advice, asked for the names of intending bandsmen. In response, 17 stated their willingness to join, 15 of whom offered to purchase their own instruments. The allotment of in- struments then proceeded, and the result was unique so far as the for- mation of bands is concerned. For a wonder, everyone did not want to play the leading cornet, but each accepted what was offered, and the result, if the members stick, should be a nicely balanced combination. Practice has already begun, and the bandmaster intends visiting here each Saturday night for general ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 November 1915

Cricket.     Neither the town nor, Railways could muster a representative team for Saturday last, and the game was played eight a side, although the Railways batted nine. The day was not a pleasant one for cric- ket, dust squalls blowing across the ground at frequent intervals. Batting first, the town put up the respectable score of 89, Park (24), Lindsay (18), R. Emmett (13), and P. Emmett (10) contributing the bulk. Harris got 1 for 0, Dow 2 for 9. Diaster hit the Railways early, both Jones and Dow going for the dreaded 0. Barrett got to 16, and Chivers carried his bat for 10. but none of the others did any thing, and 45 was the total. Only 10 overs were. bowled, and the averages showed Featherby 3 for 12, R. Emmett 3 for 15, and Lind- say 2 for 16. Following are the scores OUYEN. Park, b Barrett, ... . ... ... 24 Emmett, b Barrett, ... ... 13 Lindsay, b Harris, ... . ...18   Featherby, b Jones, ... ... 3 Ruse, c Barrett b Dow, ... ... 1 Ritc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 November 1915

IN MEMORIAI. CROSBIE.-In loving memory of our son and brother, who was called sudden ly away, November 14, 1914. A sudden change, at God's command he fell. He had no time to bid his friends fare well; The summons came without warning given, That bade him haste to meet his God in heaven. A painful shock, a blow severe, To part with one we loved so dear; Our loss is great, we'll not complain, But trust in God to meet again. This is the day so sad to recall, This is the day of remembrance to all ; One year has passed, our hearts are still sore, As time goes on we miss him more. Inserted by his father, brothers and sisters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 November 1915

-'-T. LISHEi D 1509. GRACE & SCOTT BUTCHERS AND SMALLGOODS1EN., FARRELL-ST... eUYEN. Nonc bLt the teet qur?icy of Beef, Pox k and ?dutton mold. Ccrred Beef is a specialty. Small Goods of Prime Quality. Families waited on Daily. Our reputation is the guarantee of satisfaction. e FITZGERAL D, GALAH. WHIEAT 6 UYER and GENERAL 8 AGENT, J AS for sale, on easy terms: 2 Beard and Sisson winnowers 1 Fair Bugg y Ponies, broken to sad dle,· single and double harness. Agencies: Royal Insurance Co., Vic torian Producers Co-operative. Cornsacks (new or second hand) at low Sst rates. Oils, twines, etc. FeMning 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 BALMORALS. Children's and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES. BEN. OKE, OUYEN. D. FULLER, GENERA' CARPJIER, ALL GOODS left in my care Promptly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 November 1915

L OST.-Medium draught filly, poddy, 4 years old, bay, white blaze, white hairs britchen mark near hind leg, bran ded H: conjoined sideways. Reward £1 on return or Information to H. J. Smith, Ouyen. VOUND.-Gold Brooch. Owner can have same on describing, and pay cost of this advertisement.--Apply MALIL. Offico. "-ANTED-Position as housekeeper V Widow. Permanency preferred. Full particulars from-C. Gregory, Nung.e. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC VORKS. Melbourne, 3rd November, 1915. TENDERS will be received until Twelve o'clock on Thursday, the 25th November, 1915, for New Building State School No. 3798, Linga. Deposit, ,£5; security, 5 per cent. Particula rs and conditions may be learnt at this. office, and at the Police Station, Mildura, and Inspector of Works, MUary.borough. The lowest or any tender not necessar rily accepted. F. HAGEITH!OR-, Commission of Public Works. Shire Of Walpeup. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MA?KE GENERAL RATE. NXºTOTICE is hereby given that the .__ Council of the Shire of ...

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Land Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 November 1915

Land Available. The following Mallee allotments are available for selection up to De cember 1 : Parish of Carwarp.-636 acres, 1st class, 22/6 per acre, 6 miles from Carwarp ; 634 acres. 1st class, 22/6 per acre, 4 miles from Carwarp. Parish of Carwarp West.-636 acres, 1st class, 22/6 per acre, 4% miles from Carwarp ; 617 acres, 1st class 22/6 per acre, 3%- miles from Carwarp; 619 acres, 1st class, 22/6 per acre 1% miles from Carwarp ; 640 acres, 1st class, 22/6 per acre. 3% miles from Carwarp. Parish of Raak -639 acres, 1st class 23/6 per acre, 7 miles from Carwarp. Parish of Nurnurnemal.- 552 acres, 1st class, 22/6 per acre, 4Y miles from Carwarp. Parish of Wagant.-786 acies, 2nd class, 17/6 per acre, 8 miles from Kia. Parish of Ginquam.-606, acres, 1st class, 22/6 per acre, 5 miles from Carwarp. - Parish of Kia.-773 acres, 2nd class, 17/6 per acre, 2 miles from Kia. Parish of Dering.-694 acres, 2nd class, 18/ per acre. 7Y% miles from Tempy. Parish of Dennying.-686 acres, 2nd class...

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