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From England. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

SFrom England. Lance-Cox poral A.J.Villoughby, sou or ",Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wil l..ugihbLv. of Ouyen, who sto-pd a bullet lat August at the Darda nelles, writes from Weymouth, un der date 4/11/'15 : "Just a few lines to let you know I am well but for a very severe cold. I am in hospital with it, but that does not mean in bed. My wound was a very nasty one, and I could not move with it for two weeks. I was on crutches for three weeks, but am now quite well again. I had 14 days furlough, and I took three more and went for a trip through Ireland. First I went to Dublin, and then to Belfast, but I missed seeing Kil larney. I meant to see itr but I stayed too long at Belfast. Yester day, I got a letter from Agnes; the first one since I left the trenches. She did not say whether you got my photos from Egypt. If this reaches you before Curly leaves Australia, tell him I am glad he enlisted, and wish him luck; but it is simply hell over there. It is a very unheal hy place when the bul lets, ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

COMMONWEALTH 3u.u OF AUSTRALIA 510,000,000 41 per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 PRICE OF 3SSUE, PAR. TTI LO\N IS TO BE UTILISKEL FOR WAR P'UR.POSES ONLY. and wil take the tormn o either INS:I1BEKI, STOCK or TItK.SULIY CDO-SIS at option ol Su'NEcrib0er. eoth *.A'AITAL ad INTERIK1T will be a CIIARI?E on the CO-2I.OIILATED RX7VXNIFK o0 he CO_:TONW AI.lTl. ONt1-, a..,d TI:ANSFERS FREE of COMMONWEALTH or STAT' STAM3' DLUTY and, I KTR N F-i*EI OF IN' ON'7 TAX. STOC7NS or '):,NW wi.l be accepted at PAR in paynent of cnmmonwenrih PROBATE :and SUMCCI SION DUTY. The:-?cek is an authorised TRUL.TEE I N V) IINT. :TI.EASURY PIONDS it.i-l ,it denomination? of £10, ?-=1, ?500, aIndl ?,C00, or STOCK INSCRIBED in aluonnta of £100 andt ultipi ofIt £13 ov-r £lC06 REPIAYAABI.E .,T V1AR ON 15n11 LIliECEM'.KIR. 1l25. INTEREST PAYABLE IIALF-YEARLY. A FULL IALF-YEAK'S INTERI'ST WILL. BS PAYAl.LE ON 15th JUNK., 116. INISTA I?ENTS payable as follows:- £10 pxr cent. on appfietion :£15 per .etr. on 29th February. 191 £...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

speciai Show OFi EW SEASON'S GOODS AT . Ellison Bros., JLORS ANrD OTFITTTERS. iRowe-street, Ouyen. iand inspect our New and U(p Date Range of Latest Suitingr d Latest Novelties in Men's ear Prices to suit all pockets THE GLAD HAND waits the well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Best! is just as easy to get the Best as ;de poorest, so call at once and l eave your order with us. fine display of Felt Hats in all les,. also a large and niagnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE ow, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J GREAT Z. Fruiterer, GIeengrocer, and Aerated Water Mann facturer. f'iresh Fruit and Vegetables Alwvays on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. SARN OLD, 'BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. t Ouality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard in'any quantity at lowest rates. gent for Massey Harris farm imple Inents; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream ý} separators and cream cans SWaiting for a Shave AT a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUYEN WATER SUPPLY. A FINE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

03YEN WRTER SUPPLY. A FINE SCHEME. As briefly announced in last is sue, the S.R. and W.S. Commis sion has drawp up a new and much more acceptable scheme for the re ticulation of Ouyen. Last Satur day week, Mr. A. J. Stephens,sec retary to the shire of Walpeup, re ceived from Mr. M. Nally, secre tary to the Commission, 2 letter with the details of the scheme as foil ows: Sir,-I have the honor to forward for the information of your Coon cil and the townspeople of Ouyen a report (enclosed herewith) and plan (under separate cover) setting forth an amended scheme for Water Supply for Ouyeu. In view of the very great change as regards cer tainty of supply which will be brought about in the near fcture by the construction of a channel from the Wimmera Mallee system to Ouyen and its vicinity, it is im perative to remodel the original scheme of supp'y to the town and carry it out on the enlarged scale set forth in the report and plan for Iwarded herewith. The Commis sion has decided, in the ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Local and General. We have told you so several times, and now tell you again. There will be NO issue of the MAIL on Wednesday next. the first issue of the new year appearing on Janu ary 5. We know the inevitable in quiry will be made for the missing number, but that we can't help it won't he there. In last issue we stated '!,at a son of Mr Jas. M'Lean, of "Merwich" Nunga, had been taken to St. Ar -I naud Hospital, suffering frenm sep tic poisoning, brought on by scrat ching a fly-bite. The unfortunate lad, whose Christian name was Le wis, died on Wednesday night at the hospital, and the sympathy of everyone goes out to the parents in their time of trouble. The boy was in his 10th year of age, and well proportioned. Fly-bites are had, and parents should instruct child ren to kill everyone of the insects they can. As will be seen by advt. else where, a public meeting is to be held at the hall on Thursday. 6th January. The object is to arrange a program for the sports meeting to be hel...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Experiments. SOME INTERESTING RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Wheat Experiments. SOME INTERESTING RE SULTS. The season just ended was one of varying emotions. Both the farmers and the meteorological con ditions found this out To endea vor to settle the question-or at least to help it on-as to which is the most suitable wheat to grow in this part of the Mfailee, the De partment of Agriculture arranged with Cr. H. W. Pickering to con duct a series of experiments on his farm. These were to be with gra ded wheat, put in under normal conditions and diriy manured as di rected. The results are highly educational, and we would like to see the experiments continued, so that the effects of the season might be noted, as well as the actual re sult. Federation enthusiasts will find fond for gratification as in both tests it came out well. We do not intend to comment further, but leave the practical man judge for himself Following are the results: WHEAT TESTS. Sown with 451bs of graded seed and 56 lbs of super. per acre. Yield Plot Variety per acre. 1 Yandi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]at Rifle Club Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

at Rifle @lub Trouble. the matter of the complaint :last issue regarding the de d by the Defence department ýed up rifles, Mr. Steele has ved the following reply: With reference to my letter of 5th tilt., in regard to the char 3sessed by the Ordnance De ent in connection with the re of loan rifles from, the Ouyen club, and for which you were antor, I am directed to inform that authority has row been ved from head-quarters for the ent of the Capitation allow to all rifle clubs in this dis .and in consequence the am owing by the Ouyen club has deducted from their efficiency ance" t's all very well, so far as the tor is concerned, but the rifle is not going to be penalised out a kick. It's a very high over the fence to say that a in which every member but qualified last year, is to pay for which are alleged to have been out in four years. How long Ida rifle last, anyhow ? banks to the organizing of Mr. " Hoare, the whole of the sol 5' crops in the Tiega district bheen harvested. On Mon...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Shire Balance=sheet. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Walpeup Shire Balance= sheet. The balance-sheet of the Shire of Walpeup, published in last issue of the MAIL is an illuminating docu ment, and one calculated to make carping ratepayers think. Faced with an extraordinary sequence of trouble, ever since the foundation four years ago, the shire is in the unique position of having let con tracts for works to the extent of of over f4300 during the 12 mon ths. When it is remembered that only £533 was collected in rates (wtiich was not sufficien: to pay more than two-thirds of salaries), ratepayers certainly ought to be dumb. Had it not been for an ad vance from the loan account, the general fund would have been in a parlous condition. The vast area of tqe shire-4000 square miles means work for a good many years ahead, and with the return of fair seasons, the ratepayers can only blame themselves if worke do not progress. Given the means, coun cillors have proved their willingness to do what is good, and the arrears of rates added to the cu...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. SUNDAY, 26th DECEMBER. (Christmas Services) Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Church Services. SUNDAY, 26th DECEMBER. (Christmas Services) Church of England. Christmas Day, (H.C.).-Ouyen 7 and 9.30 a.m., Murrayville 7 a.m.,Duddo 10. Ouven 7.30, Nunga 3.30, Walpenp 10.30 Underbool 7.30, Linga 3, Boinka 11, Mul cra 3, Ngallo 11, Murrayville 7 and 7.30. Presbvterian. Paignie 11 a.m., Galah 3 p.m., Ouyen 7.30 p.m. Methodist. Burnell 11 a.m., Boorongie 3 p.m., Ou yen 7.30 p.m, Mr. H. W. Hughes; Nunga 11ii a.m., Tiega 3.30 p.m., Ouyen West 7.30 p.m., Mr. Christian,

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

X. COTTER Wishes You a 3TERRY X' AS, and invites vou to cail a: her stores at Oayen. Underbool, Linga, and invites you to inspect the TOYS : - : XMAS 'ARDS and XMAS GOODS; Also Groceries. Drapery, Priduce, Wire, Iron, and Timber etc., which she has in stock M S iss~ *mcorded by the DonSI Eeard of Victoria. Large and extensive ezrerience in £1 parts of Victoria, also in South Australia and New South Wales. Bridge and Crown Work. Gold Fillings and Inlays. ' -tificial Sets of Teeth, Gold Inset Teeth, fr. n / Branch Sarzery at A'aert Park. Mtelbourne. W. E. ThOASt acknowledged by the press to be the great at exaponent of Painless 'nttistry in Ans Iralia. Absolutely pa :intss extractions. THE D)ENTIST WITH THE LARGEST PRACTICE IN AUSTRALIA. ONLY WHOLESALE IMPORTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH & AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Mr. Thomas holds these Certificates The Dental Board of Victoria. 'The Medial Act. 1800. The Dentist Act of Victoria. No. Go0. New South Wales Dental Board, 1300. So...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Do You Know? Do you know of all the minor ailments colds are the most daneerous? It is not the cold itself that you need fear, but the serious I ailments it often lends to. For that reason every Scold should be got rid of as quickly as possible. For this there is nothing better than Chamber lain's Cough Remedy which will loosen the cold and enable your system to throw the effects of it off. Oayen District Hospital. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Ouyen Hall, on Thursday even ing, January 6th, 1916 at 8 o'clock, to ar range a program for the Sports meeting on Monday, January 31. Everyone should attend. A. J. Stephens, hon. sec. APPLICATIONS to the undersigned are invited on or before 28th inst., for position of Steward to the Ouyen Club. Particulars, duties and salary from-J. E. Don, hon. sec. Notice To Farmers. STEPHEN POLE, Nyang, has an up Sto-date Screw-bagger, travelling chaffcutter and engine, and is prepared to undertake chaffcutting at the lowest possible price. Christma...

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A Timely Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

A Timely Suggestio S. J. Crimes writes from under date 14th inst: "Sir,-A proposal was n a treeting of the Iinga Pro Association some 12 months ask each farmer in the Wat shire to donate one bag of Wi the Ouyen hospital fund. As vest is now on and we are go such good returns, I thinkits be a solendid way to assist worthy cause, Say 2,000 bags obtained in this manner, at per bushel, it would mean which wotild be a fine foundati work on, and from the generu nion here, I think many far would spare more than the bag, I 'hould like to see the ter put in the hands of some able organiser and put before public." [The letter is in such ti tones that commnent isunnece Now is the time to get busy.)

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Here and Elsewhere. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Here and Elsewhere. Owing to the laneuted death of the son of Mr. James M'Lean, the dance at N nga in aid of the Sol diers' Chi istmas hamper fund pro. jected for Wednesday night last, was postponed. The dance will take pl-ce tonight, and the usual big crowd is sure to be in atten dance. Don't forget that basket, lady. The new recruiting scheme may be said to be fairly launched. The cards will be in the hands of those concerned very shortly, and it is just as well for every one to know that the card mUST be answered. In this district the shire council has handed the control of the cam paign over to the local recruiting committees and these bodies may be expected to get busy after the holidays. Meanwhile, if you in tend offering, you can still claim to be a volunteer and enlist now. Vic toria has to supply 16,900 recruits, and 5100 monthly for reinforce ments. It has to be done to ensure that end to the war you so desire. Some of the mining companies are objecting to an increase in t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Patriotic Service. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

ýariotie Service. a regation assembled elet0r tst Church on Sun enie last, to witness the un eOt a Roll of Honor, upon aa inof cribd the names of Saethodists ; who are serv 1the rh Australian Imperial itionary io ces. The ser as conducted by Mr. H. W. ~assisted by Pte. R. Vine. ecetry a ot the Church ' Mr. in) made an appropriate re ce to those who had left us to their King and Country. He called on Miss Eva Vine to ii the Roll of Honor. In re e, Pte. R. Vine spoke of the ifcent work being accomplis bv all the Churches in the in tes at the military canps. The eson the roll at present a-e: ates Alan Tonkin, Charles Tbel1. Charles Johnston, Wil Castle, Richard Vine Should came have i)een inadvertently tted. Mr. Htughes will be glad lae it on the roll.

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Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Ouyeu Poic-e court. At the usual sitting of the above court on Wednesday last, Messrs Eliigett, P.M., and Rowe J.P., oc cupied the bench. A. F. Whitfield had issued a summons against her husband for arrears of maintenance, but the amount had been paid into court. Mr. Park, for comnplainant, asked for costs, and £2 9/6 was the or* der. J. Nulty, J. M'Lean and G Wat son were fined 20/ for non-comp liance with the Vaccination Act. The seriousness of driving ac ross footpaths in the town is not realised by people generally, and the batch lined up on Wednesday was fairly large. For driving a waggon and five horses across the footpath in Oke-street, J. Grant was fined 20/; T. Carrolan drove across in a gig, this cost 10/. A. Lawler rode along the patb-10/. Robertson had been away for a couple of years, and in the mean time the footpaths were made. He didn't know, but the ignorance cost 10!. The P.M. said people must pay attention to the fact that footpaths are for foot and not horse traff...

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Galah Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 November 1915

Galah Gareetifags. wing to the busy season there a small muster attending the Tess Association meeting on day S18th. Mr. Holst occupied chair. The Railway depart tis to be again urged to extend Icop line at the local station, put down a third road. Co ie's Progress Association is ng in the direction of better accommodation on this line, iearty cooperation was granted esuffer enough di-abilities as The tank at Gui ey's has p or trough, and the S.R. W.S.C. is to be asked to rec the omission. Dry times up h. The times are troublous, money none too plentiful, so lallee Relief Board is to be not to press for payment of nces until the second dividend the wheat pool is declared. would give the farmers an rtuity of paying tip some of arrears at least. or correspondent extends the n's greetings to the editor and [blany thanks. Same to and may your shadow never leso -En.)

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 November 1915

The Pops. On Friday night last, "the usual weekly Pop. was held in the hall. The Committee decided that this would be the last of these entertain ments for some time, owing to har vesting operations preventing peo ple from the country attend ing. But it is their intention to continue the entertainments for the same good cause, shortly after Christmas. The program opend with the Na tional Anthem. followed by an overture by Mr. G. Valentine. In the Valley of Golden Dreams, by Mrs Rees, with violin, cornet and piano accompaniment, was very harmonious. Miss Willoughby re cited Smiting the Rock, and Mr. G. Valentine sang Molly's Eyes are Irish. Miss D. Irvine receives a well-deserved encore for her ren dition of There's a Piper Callin'. During the interval, several raffles were drawn, including a, pair of d'oyleys, gift of Mrs. R. Hancock, won by Mrs Oke; a cushion, gift of Mrs. J. Telford, won by Mr. E. Venville; a tea cosy, gift of Miss Cooper, won by Mr. Gibson. The cake donated by Mr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 November 1915

FREE. FREE. ACCIDENT BENEFITS. Hospital Treatment given in Abso lutely FREE on all our Full Benefit Tables. House Purchase Policies. Low Premi urns. Weekly Compensation. if -',u are thinking of Insurance think of the itFE iNSURANCE CO. OF AUSTRALIA LTD. Ti.e "L.C.A. ' Which is offering you the most up to-date Contract tn the World. Children's Policies a Specialty. C. II. ROBERTS, District Agent. -A.ND ien eral Merchandise. F. FISHER D. DOUGLAS & SON Best Quality Goods at Cheapest Rates. Freight ccm 1Maryborough is a small amount. Save money by dealing with us. The following are a few of our prices : 70 lb. bag IA sugar, 17s_ White Rose kerosene 9/6 c/s Best English safety matches 4s gross Dutch cocoa 6d 4-oz. tin ; cornflour 5d 11b pkt.; maizena 6d 1 lb pkt. Biscuits:-Axrowroot, 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) 8d. Fluid magnesia 6d bottle 21b. Cod blocks ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 November 1915

6' SEASON'S GOODS AT itlis-on Bros,, S0RS AND OUTFITTERS. SRowe-street, Onyen. and inspect our New and Up ate Range of Latest Suitings Latest Novelties in Men's Prices to suit all pockets THE GLAD HAND ts the well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Bes ! Just as easy toget the Best as poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. e display of Felt Hats in all Salso a large and inagaiucent ,sortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE ,so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. ruiterer, GIeengrocer, and Aerated XWater sMann facturer. resh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. XCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. \iKER AND PASTRYCOOK. pOuaIity Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. lour, Bran and Pollard in any quantity at lowest rates. eat for Massey Harris farm imple ents; Royal Insurance Co. ; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans vWaising for a Shave AT Smith's ara Haair-ressing Saloon. }. (Next Waters' KHote). T-STREIr , - OUR ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 24 November 1915

Local and General. The Walpeup shire council will meet at Murrayville tomorrow, when some important business will be forward. It will be the last meeting for the year. Four more issues of the MAIL will see this year out. It is a bit previous to be talking about it, but it is just as well to know in time, so don't be annoyed when the time comes if you miss an issue. When- occasion arises and the flag at Ouyen State school is flown, its dilapidated appearance is strik ing. An appeal by the school committee would surely find suffi cient patriotism among the towns people to provide a new Union Jack, and more than irotably an Australian ensign as well. Dysentry. Dysentry or inflamatirn of the in testime or bowel is of more frequnut ccurencle in the summer months. It can nhe checked if Chlam cerlains Colic and Diarrl:a-n Remendy is t;,kren ac cording to theprinted instructicus.n emach bottle. It is invaluable in all medicine chests. Get a bottle todoy and sate much suffering. We regret to...

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