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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 December 1915

Relieve Torpidity. There is no preparation in the world equal to Chamberlains Tablets for cor recting stomach and liver disorders. In large doses they act as a cathartic and in small doses as a laxative. One tab!et after each meal aids a weask digestion. By increasing the dose they act on the liver, releiving torpidity. They act gently without shock to the system. Do You Know? Do you know of all the minor ailments colds are the most dangerous? It is not the cold itself that you need fear, but the serious ailments it often leads to. For that reason every cold 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. Shire Of Walpeup. N? OTICE is hereby given that at an IN ordinary meeting of the Council of the Shire of Walpeup, held on Thursday, the 25th day of November, 1915, a GEN ERAL RATE OF ONE SHILLING IN THE POUND was struck upon the Rate able ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 December 1915

FRELVE._ FREE. ACCIDENT BENEFITS. Hfospital Treatment given in Abso Intely FREEI on all our Full Benefit Tables. Iouse Purchase Policies. Low Premi zuns. Weekly Compensation. If yon are thinkin?: of Insurance think of the LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF AUSTRALIA LTD. The "L.C.A." Which is offering you the most up to-date Contract tn the World. Children's Policies a Specialty. C. H. ROBERTS, District Agent. GROCERIES i -AND AGeneral Merchandise.i F. FSHER ID.DOUGLAS &SONl Best Quality (:?ods at Cheapest Rates. Freight from 3)arybor. ugh is a small amount. Save money by dealing with us. The following are a few of our prices : 70 lb. bag lA sugar, 17s. White Rose kerosene 9/6 c/s Best English safety matches 4s gross Dutch cocoa 6( 4-oz. tin ; cornflour Sd 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...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 December 1915

Walpeup Shire eouncil. The usual monthly meeting of the above body was held at Mur rayville on Thursday, when there were present Crs.Glen. (president), Farrell, Hecht and Wiltshire. CORRESPONDENCE. Mdldura shire council sought support to the candidature of Cr. Crockett for a seat on the Central Board of Health, and this was promptly granted. An application for a progress payment.on account of fencing a deviation by F. Shard was just re ceived, as the engineer knew noth in- about it. The matter of a deviation at Kia was referred to in a letter from the Lands department,and is dealt with in Mr. Poole's report. The war affects people in differ ent ways, and Murrayville people find themselves without the new shire weighbridge on that account. The br;dge ordered had been made but the British Government wanted it, so another one has to be got ready. So soon as it is shipped, the manufacturer' will put down the foundations. Although plans and specifications for some main roads works were p...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Shire Council. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 December 1915

Walpeup Shire council. ANNUAL MEETING. At the above meeting held at Murrayville on Thursday, there were present Crs- Glen (president) Farrell, Hecht, and Wiltshire. The balance sheet was read and adopted, on the motion of Crs.Far rell and Hecht, and finally exami ned, settled and allowed, on the motion of Crs. Wiltshire and Hecht. [The full balance sheet will ap pear in a future issue of the MAn.] The auditor's report, as follows, was adopted. Subject to an adjustment of cash in hand for the sum of ten shillings received for Police Court fines from Murrayville, the entries and post ings in the various books produced to me, were found to be correct. The preparation of the books shows a close attention to accuracy and detail, and I have pleasure in tes tifying to the excellent manner in which they are kept. I must particularly direct your attention to the large amount owing for arrears of rates-the balance under this heading now showing on your balance sheet at £5831 12/3. When the ra...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shire Council Reports. SURVEYOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 December 1915

Shire Council Reports. SURVEYOR'S REPORT. Mr. R. Poole reported:-The de viation to road through Timber Re serve at Timberoo. allotment No. 21, asked for by your council, has now been marked on the ground and papers in connection therewith are being forwarded by me to the Surveyor General, Melbourne. In connection with the same road, go ing westward towards Walpeup, I noticed three sand pinches, viz., at allotments 18 and 19 Timberoo.and at 28 TWalpeup. Deviations have been marked at 19 Timberoo, and 2S WaTpeup, as shown in red on I attacie(i sKetcn, w.i'nti win greatiy improve the road. That at 18 Tim beroo, was examined with a view of making a deviation, but it would have been a lengthy one, and in addition would have required some scooping and rubbling in addition to fencing. I am of opinion that rubbling the present road would be the cheaper method of improvement for your council, therefore no devi ation was marked. When inform ing the licensee of allotment 28 Wal peup that devia...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Welcome Home. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 December 1915

Welcome Home. There was a fine attendance at the Ouyen Public Hall on Friday night, when a welcome was exten- ded to Sergt. E. Kennedy and Pte. C. C. Ritchie, two soldiers who have returned after doing their bit against Abdul at Gallipoli. Each has been wounded to an extent which precludes further part in the   actual warfare, and their places have to be filled at the front. Sergt. Kennedy got in the road of more than one missile, and his wounds will keep him thinking for the remainder of his life. Pte. Ritchie had the bone of the left arm shattered by a shrapnel bullet, and after the pieces are removed, will have a plate inserted to join the ends of the bone. Apart from their wounds, each looks in, good health, and neither can say too much for the treatment meted out while they were in Great Britain. We cannot publish the interviews until the censor has had his way with the blue pencil, but it is grati- tying to be able to say the treat- ment given them in Great Britai...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From The Front. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 December 1915

From The Front. The following interesting letters are from Pte S. H. Welsh, son of   Mr. M. Welsh, of,Lascelles. The soldier was well-known at Ouyen prior to enlisting. This letter was written from Gallipoli under date 5/10/ 15. Dear Mother and Father,--Just a few lines to let you know I am doing well, and hope you are keep- ing well. I have not had any let- ters from you for about a fortnight. I received the Woomelang "Sun" you sent, and that is what we ap- preciate--local papers to get home news. It is a good life over here if one could get a bath more often. After we come out of the trenches for our 48 hours rest, after doing 48 hours in them, we go down to the beach and have a swim; the only thing is the Turks put an oc- casional shell over us, but it is very rarely they hit anybody. We wash our clothes at the same time. The flies are terrible here; I thought they were bad enough in Australia   but it is nothing to here. Don't eat all your Christmas pud...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Nyang Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Nyang Notes. There was a good attendance at the usual monthly meeting of the Progress Association, on Saturday 27th tilt., Mr. J. J. Foley occupy ing the chair. A motion on notice which had been thorcuchlv con sidered by the members, was moved by Mr. G.V. Wallace, to rescind a previous motion to refunding ex ces, of water payments. was carried unanimously. Then, on the m c tion of Mr Templeton, it was,again unanimously, agreed that the sum in question be donatea to the Wo unded and Sick Australian Sol diers' Fund. Mr. Williamson then brought up a matter of considerable interest. He said that several peo pie on the main road had, on seve ral occasions wnhen road money was spent, sacrificed their own interests for the benefit of these living on the north and south roads, believ ing that in time the Country Roads Boawd would remedy all defects. Now, however, things looked dif ferent, and he thought it time ac tion was taken. Several other members agreed with Mr. William son, and condem...

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Underbool Undrstandings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Undlerbool Undrstandings. At a meeting held on Saturday evening in the Hall, it was decided to hold a Xmas fete for the child ren. and issue an invitation to all the parents and children of the sur rounding districts, when presents for the children-fruit and lollies will be distributed to the children. After the entertainment, a dance will be held in aid of the Red Cross Fund. The crops around Underbool are yielding on the average above ex pectatlons, some going as high as as eight bags ; although, many of the crops have been badly frosted. The average will be good for the district, and the buyers expect from 80,000 to 100,000 bags will be delivered at he railway station. Rather a large order to hate to weigh each bag separately.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

D. FULLER, GENERAL CARRIER, A LL COODS left in my cart L Promptly and Carefully Delitre-ed. R~. NY It "3em'R¢, -dn 37Se Dent.a Board of "Vict~oria, Larne and :xtensive experierre in all parts of Victoria. also in South Australia and New Sooth Wales. Bridge and Cro-rn Work. Gold Fillings and inlays. Artificial Sets of Teeth. Gold Inset "Teetb. fromn £2/10!-. TehfrmSneacis Surgery a2 Albert Park. 3ieihoars.. Wa E£. THO & # weknowied?id by the press to be the great esC .r.?unent of °-ainless Dentistry in Atis trtliu. Absolutely painless extractions. TINE DENTIST WITH THE li AGEST PRACTICE IN AUSTRAI... 5)NL-YT WHOLESALE SIMPORTER OF THE RE*IUTIFUL ENGLISH & AMERICAN AE^_-ICIAL TEETH. Sir. Thomas holds thers Certtifcates The Dental Board of Victoria. "The 3Mcdicl Act. 1S0. The Dentist Act of Victorira. No. 96F. (ew- South Wales Dental Board. 1.in . South Australian Dental Board. 190. Pet Zealand Dental Act. by chamination. 88 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE. 2 Doers from Col...

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Welcome Home. AT NYANG. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Welcome Home. AT NYANG. Nyang sent soldiers to uphold the right, and some have returned. Honor is due, and what is due is paid by the residents. Oa Tues day of last week, a very successful social was held at the hall to wel come home Privates E. William son and W. Campbell. The at tendance simply crowded the hall, and everyone decided the time was one of joy. Mr. B. Dean, assisted by others, provided first class mu sic, while Mr. W. Cooney's melo dious voice regulated the dancing, and his personality saw to the de tails. During an interval Mr. G. V. Wallace, on behalf of the tar mers of Nyang, extended a wel come home to the boys who had been and seen, in the fight for Empire's glory. These lads had done great work in showing the world that Australia was a unit in the affairs of nations. A chapter had been written in history which time could not efface, and Austra lians would al vays be proud of those who had gone. Mr. H. F. Richardson voiced the feelings of the people of Val peup i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

COMMONWEALTH .m OF AUSTRALIA £-10,000,00 4-1 per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 PRICE OF iSSUE, PAR. TI?E 'LOAN TS I:' UTII.rED FOI WAl PURPOSFIS ONLY. and will take the forml of either t.-\,s ",:;Er:.' STOCK or TI:;EAURIY BOXiND, at ol.rionl o0 Snulcriher. Ith t .rA' .\I. t INTEKt T will be a CHARGE, on the CON.sOLIDATEI REVENUK of -io',. n"'l TI:\AN.?IERS FREE ot COMMONWEALTH or STATE STAMP DUTY and IS :-:ES'., F[l :l'I'E F I N" t?IX TAX. 'riKS or :?Ni i.he ae ptedl at PAR in payment of Conmnonwealth PRODATE and SUCO(:-NSION P'UTY. Ti>- -ttw'k isi ai cnthori.,ed TVU.'STE INVrSTMENT. TRlAt 'iEiAIt- OL iN -*.i i d1 lenominations of =£10. £100, 500, and £1,000, or .STOCK INSCRIBED in anl..t.lso of l£10 andt tallips- ort £io over £100. REPA'Y.A\ILK AxT I'AI ON liit LEhM;3l'' t 1. -.. INTERtEST PAYABLE IIALF-YEARI.Y. A FULL AIIA.F-YKEA'S INTERIST WILL BE I~YAIlIl.E ON 15th JUNE. !!96. IS:sl.M.~NT?SI 1)payable as- -ioie- O, pler teent un apllicationl 15 per ,tenr on 9th February. 19111&amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

peciai Show ZFýI ovI ' SEASON'S GOODS 1lisofn l ros,, ORS AND OUTFITTERS. IRowe-street, Ouyen. and inspect our New and Up e Range of Latest Suitings Latest Noveltes in Men's prices to suit all pockets t iTHE GLAD HAND its the well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Bes? ast a easy toget the Best as poorest, so call at once and l eave your order with us. edisplaY of Felt Hats in all Salso a large and magnificent asSCortmen of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE o, 0calland inspect our Stock at once. 3j. i'O. GREAT Z. -ruiterer, Gi eengrocer, and A;ý Aerated Water Mann facturer. Mn )?resh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand.' Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. ~ ARN L , I3AKER AND PASTRYCOOK. At Quality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALiTY. lour, Bran and Pollard in any quantity at lowest rates. ent for Massey Harris farm imple ents; Royal Insurance Co. ; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators andcream cans ? Waitng 'or a Shave AT Smith's ®ra Hnirdressing Saloon....

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The Ouyen Club. CERTIFICATE REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

The Ouyen elub. CERTIFICATE REFUSED. At the annual licensing ccurt at Warracknabeal on Wednesday last. application was made by George Dixon Brown for a certficate of re gistration of the Ouyen Club. The presidiaig magistrates were Messrs. E Harrison (chairman), Pennefa ther and Elligett. Mr. Park, of Park and Don, of Ouyen, appeared for the applicant, and 1Mr Luke Murphy (Bendigo), represented Mr SLicensing Inspector Riley, who op i posed the application T'le appli cation was also opposed by the Shire of Walpeup (represented by the president a-nd Cr. Pickering), and by a number of ratepayers, leaseholders,. and freeholders who had premises rated within a mile of the premises sought to be registered by the applicant club. Mr. Park said that a number of objections had been lodged against the application. Four had been lodged by the shire of Walpeup but not one of them was in conformity with the Act. The first objection was that the proposed club -was not required at Ouyen. Section 256...

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Helping The Heroes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Helping The Heroes. All can't go to the front, but all can do something to help Its per haps getting a bit monotonous, but a good thing stands reiteration. You may not be in a position to take your place in the line-that will be asked of you very soon now -but you can do your bit towards helping those who can and do their bit at the front. Walpeup shire has set some solid mains- The average of soldiers to the popula tion constitutes an Australian re cord under the vo1untary system, and the manner of helping those who have gone is a big example. Harvesting started last week on the soldiers' crops, and the result so far is satisfactory. On Wednes day, there was to be seen on Mr. Adeney's farm a sight that will live in the men3ry of those who wit nnssed it. Early in the morning 23 strippers and a harvester, not forgetting a motor winnower, put in an appearance all ready for work. It was wonderful. The horse teams were good, the mnachines in perfect order, and the drivers enthusiastic. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

fý 'L"<rli Lit ttreris rto DrepirTtlon in Id eq1Li to Cehamberlai Tablets for cor '·to.loch anti tr-f disordcts. In large iact as a cltlzarliC and n small doses ttr" One Lablet after eacmt mall aids a ii'etti u- Ity iacrC sintce thdose tlheyact `''.'r.rc'eiciZ torpiit hwcyiet ently tilt e tntls..K. The Wheat Pool. A meeting of farmers will be held at On ven Public Hall on Monday Night Next, At S.30 sharp, to discuss the Wheat Pool ing Scheme, and to urge more liberal treatment. Every Farmer Should Attend. 3. P. BRITT, I Convenors. W. A. RITCHIE,) SO R S A L E.-2 Strippers.-Apply SHENRY ADcocK, WVatchupga. Notice To Farmers. LIAVING been appointed to act S For the Victorian Producers' Cooperative Company, Ltd., far ners may arrange for the storage .f wheat, the Company advancing 75 per cent. of the market value at :he time of storing. All informa :ion on application to. WVALTER JOHNSON, Agent at Ouyen. STRAYED--Into my paddock. block 18iS, parish of Onven, one draught brow...

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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

The War. A report that the Russians have set foot on Bulgarian soil lacks confirmation. It is significant, however, that German and Bnlgar troops are hastening from Servia to Bulgaria. An Italian expedition is due to land in Albania at an early date. Fiom. German sources it is learned that Greece has complied with the demands of the .llies, to be allowed the free use of the Greek railways and harbors in Macedonia. After having reached a point only 18 miles from their objective, the Britlsh force operating towards Bagdad encountered a stronger enemy army, and was compelled to fali back along the Tigris a distance of more than 50 miles. A German journal is responsible for the state ment that the British relied too much on the Arabs, who deserted them at the critical moment. The Socialists in Germany, hav ing forced the Imperial Govern ment to give up a day to a debate in the Reichstag on the peace ques tion, their brothers in Austria issued a manifesto, demanding the cessation of the ...

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Rainfall And The Wheat Yield. RELATIONSHIP ESTABLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Rainfall T&nd The Wheat Yield. --0-- RELATIONSHIP ESTABLISHED. According to the estimation of the Agricultural department the Victorian wheat harvest will yield over 53,000,000 bushels. An inte resting report on the relationship between the average wheat yield per acre and the winter rainfall has been received by the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Hagelthon),from the agricultural superintendent (Mr. A. E. V. Richardson). The report states: 'That the Victorian average wheat yield per acre is dependent on the rainfall during the growing period of the wheat crop is a matter of common observation. That there is a mathematical relationship be tween the two ard that this rela tionship can be used to forecast the probable average wheat yield of the State early in November is proba bly not suapected by the casual ob server. A comparion of the ave rage wvheat yields of Victoria for the past 25 years. with the compo site rainfall over the wheat belt from May to October during the same ...

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Remarkable Bread Baking. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Remarkable Bread Baking.! What, wte wonder, was the ulti mate result of an experiment made in Marylkbone in April, 1854 ? Two Frenchmen airmed their abi lity to produce 150 4lb. loaves from a sack of flour, which at that time produced only 90 to 100 loaves. The Marylebone Guardians lent a bakery for a trial. The bread was to bear chemical tests, and to con tain nothing pejudicial to health, but the process by which it was to be made was to re main the secret of the two French men, who offered a demonstration of their skill. The experiment, at the time, was declared to be per fectly successful- Two sacks of flour, under seal, we issued by the workhouse authorities. One was worked up by English bakers, and produced 90 loaves which weighed 3601b.; the other was worked up by French bakers, and yielded 134 loares, weighing 5201b. Several scientific men wen were present, to "see fair" but not, as may be gues sed, to penetrate the secret of the French bakers.

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Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

,. ý ý$ rat colleges. ier referring to the recent visit "e tvaris State Governors dn fNovenlber, Mr. Pye. principal okie Agricultural College re e stud plots are now looking and there are some some fine ,g wheats. oats and barlevs in in them. The large and spr plots are not looking as owing to the presence of wild amnong them. asonable work is in progress e orchard, vineyard and gar The currants and sultanas been cinctured and good th is showing. otrucks of lambs were con to Newmarket, and a-er l 4/10 each for one truck, ' little over 22/ for the other. her truck of lambs will be co;; d for sale today irty bales of wool have been " and there are three yet to be I The price realised was a ggod one, the average for the eind about i/2 per lb. Eleven of crossbred wool realised ie poultry is looking well, and Signments will be marketed now prices are good. Of the 1000 ore chickens, only the best of pullets and a few cockerels for purposes are kept, the others g sold in the open market. T...

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