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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Local and General. Included in the list of wounded soldiers returning on a transport is Pte. W. Southgate, and he will probably land early in the New Year. Another reminder to subscribers, and particularly advertisers. There will be only two more issues of the MAIn this year-on 15th and 22nd inst. A serious loss was experienced by Mr. J. K. Glen xecently. Two shops which he owned at Mary borough were destroyed by fire, and the total insurance was only £160. The shops were occupied as a baker's and butcher's shop respectively, and the cause of the outbreak is a mystery. It is with regret that we have to announce the death of a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Vallance, of Walpeup. The child, who was 2 / yearsold, died on Tuesday of last week, the cause being pto maine poisoning. Every one of the residents of the township vied in acts and expressions of sym pathy, and the parents express thanks in another column. According to the preharvest esti mate issued by the Government Statist, there...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 December 1915

Licensing Court. At the annual licensing court held at Warracknabeal, on Wed- nesday, the following renewal of licenses were granted : CORRONG DISI'RICT. Susan Franklin, Club, Hopetoun £210. P. J. Ryan, Commonwealth, Rainbow, £200. John Dancklet, Royal, Rainbow, £184. G. Wallace Eureka, Rainbow, £200. William O'Connor, Commercial, Woomelang, £375. Helen M. Brown, Commercial, Hopetoun, £ 260. Daniel O'Callaghan, Minapre hotel, £255. Annie Griffin, Lake Corrong, Hopetoun, £130. GROCERS' WINE AND BIL- IARD TABLE LICENCES. Allan Sutcliffe, Warracknabeal, grocer's licence. George Dougherty, Beulah bil- liards. Josephine Holland, Goyura, wine. Martha E. Merritt, Sheep Hills, wine. Henry Jenkins, Hopetoun, bil- liards Arthur J. Cregan, Walpeup, bil- liards. Arthur ,V. Cooper. Ouyen, bil- liards. Henry J. Miller, Kenmare, wine. William A. Ingwersen, Ouyen, billiards. Martha E. Merritt, Sheep Hills, wine. James Curtain, Murrayville, bil- liards and wine. Mary J. Schneider, Murrayville, billi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE OF WALPEUP. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR ENDING 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

STATEMENT OF REeEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR YAR BNDING 30tha RE EEIPTS. EIPS.Totals. East Riding. West Riding. Trust Accounts. EXPENDITURE. Total To Cash in hand 1/10/'14 £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s.-d. £ sL . d. -£ oCahna e. "" -. 3 13 127 5 6 By Balance 17 1 General Rates--Current ... 583 10 1 345 13 4 236 16 9 Contracts, including Lighting contract (£20 1018) 194 11 Extra R -Arrears ... 137 111 62 -2 8 74.19 3 Salaries .. 730 It" Extra Rate Arrears . ... 115 6 115 6 Interest on loans 481 1 Interest on Overdue Rates ... . 12 4.9 5 13 10 6 10 11on loans 481 1 Miscellaneous Receipts ... ... 1 10 0 8 6. 1 1 6 Repayment of Loan No. ... . ... 125 Licenses, slaughter ... ... 3 0 0 3 0 0 Repayment of Loan No . ... 500 Pan Fees-Current . .. ... 228,16 0 228 16 0 Repayment for road vanceorks Loan No.2 ... ... 1500 -Arrears ... ... 8414 0 8414 0 Repayment to Loanan No ... ... 0 Contractor's Deposits ... ... 78 15 015 0 5 0 Election expenses to . .. 6 Government Grant ....... 150 0 0 10 0 0 Electionga...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Tenth Of June. DISFRANCHISED RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

The Tenth 0f June. DISFRANCHISED RATE PAYERS. The president (Cr. Boyd) repor ted to the Borung council on Fri day that one of the matters brought forward at the annual sessions of the municipal Assoociation was a resolution providing that ratepayers who failed to pay their rates by June 10 should be included on the ratepayers' roll Unfortunately, the president explained, the origi nators of the resolution, the Wal peup shire, were not represented, and no action was taken by confer ence. Cr. Hewitt expressed his regret that the resolution had not been debated. Walpeup shire, he said, under the present system, had 1223 ratepayers disfranchised out of a total of 1462, and they might have expected that the representative of that shire would have been present to move the resolution and fight the matter out. It seemed, however, that he was not present, and with out someone there to take a very active part on a question like that it was generally fired out pretty quickly. For public inform...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Flour Mill Dont's. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Some Flour Mill Dont's. Don't forget there is a movement in your interests. Don't let the fact that others are getting your profits slip. Don't forget that dividends paid by flour milling companies should be yours. Ddn't forget that the organiza tion of primary producers is the hope of the world. Don't forget that if you want a thing done you should do it your self. Don't think the time is ripe-for the other fellow to act. The time is yours. Don't forget that in your own iu terests you must cooperate. Don't forget the cooperative movement provides for a return of the profits to you. Don't think there is no profit in a flour mill. Experience proves otherwise. Don't forget that flour now costs as much at your store as at the mill. Who pays the freight ? Don't think you are not paying the freight. You are, and a heavy one at that. Don't think the pooling scheme is against the mill. Gristing is al lowed now. Don't forget that cooperation re duces both the buying and selling charges. Don...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Look Back. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Look Back. Don't look ahead, 'tis waste of time, As I'll try to show in this rustic rhyme. If fortune's slippery steps you'd climb, Each Jill or Jack; In seasons all and in every clime, Think back, look back. Now when you're told ahead to look, Or see that rule in verse or book, just think out how by hook or crook, Your mental vision Can see one hour before the clock With sure precision. But when you cast a look behind, What a picture comes to mind ; Then your mistakes and faults you find, Both small and great. Then you'll see why you've still to grind Both early and late. You'll see how you've missed many chan ces. Your look thus your wit enhances, Even tho' the memories cut like lances, Be not forlorn; But profit by those backward glances Both night and morn. In looking back you'll see the future, And learn to shun each harmful feature. Our Maker gives each adult creature Of human kind, The power to form a judgment mature From years behind. Then if you would safely go through life...

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Great Thoughts In Few Words. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Great Thoughts In Few Words. The finest war work possible is to care for the nation's babies. Bishop of Manchester. Be proud of vc urselves! Be proud of the soldiers who represent you ! --Will Crooks, M.P. E-xcep- for the British Navy,Ger many would be master of the world. --""New York Herald." Every man lives for the nation and to uphold the principles which he holds in common with that nation.-Brigadier-General Hick son. It is not so much the German sol dier as the horrible principles he is fighting for, that the Canadians want to defeat.-General Sam Hughes. The Germans are simply bound to be beaten. They are up against a time-limit, against which all their skill and courage are of on avail. Colonel Maude. A fight to a finish means that for a hundred years or more we shall spare our children and our child ren's children the awful anxieties and the sorrows we are passing through at the present time.-Lord Derby.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Recruiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Recruiting Committee. There was a full attendance of the Ouyen Recruiting Committee at a meeting on Saturday night,Mr H. W. Pickering occupying the chair. Reports as to the harvesting of soldiers' crops 'were received and proved very satisfactory. Some discussion arose as to the position of the committee in the matter of recruiting. and eventu ally it was decided to continue with the work in' hand, but to do no thing in the way of urging men to volunteer until the scheme was laid before the members. The collec tions in aid of the District Soldiers' Fund, in cash or wheat will go on as before, so you need not fear of there being no one to accept that donation. Mr. Oke offers the ne cessary timber to make a board to put on the wheat stack when it is started, and Mr. Matthews will paint it. A circular from the Parliamen tary Recruiting Committee caused a deal of. discussion on the matter of strikes in various centres, and eventually, on the mot=;:n of Messrs A. WV. Coorer and Pickering...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

The War. All records for recruiting in the United Kingdom were easily sur passed during the closing days of Lord Derby's campaign. At the majority of the centres men were passed through at the rate of 300 per hour. Amongst those who enlisted at Birmingham was a member of the British Ministry, who accepted his first day's pay like any other man in the crowd. Recent activity at the Dardan elles has culminated in a violent artillery -ttack by the Turks in the Krithia sector. It is reported that the huge Aus trian guns which enabled the Ger mans to smash their way through Belgium and to drive the Russians out of the Carpathians have been brought on to the Peninsula. Greece's intentions towards the Allies have not yet been definitely announced, but the latest despat ches are rather more hopeful in tone.

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Welcome Home. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Welcome jome. It doesn't seem to matter to people where a soldiers hone i fact that he has served the EZ is sufficient. Season before Private C. C. 2itchie p-ayedi ranks of the Tempy footbal then he went to the war, gut,, ded, and returned horne. i was due, and Temp-r residents the debt with interest. On Sat, night the hall at the southern. ship was filled by a crowd fairly oozed enthusiasm. sr, Brooke, who is always to the occupied the chair, and set thI rolling with the toast of Thew which was honored in true fashion. Mr. G. Lonergan and then the chairman, ia a effort, proposed the toast cf Guest. The speech was p good feeling and appreciatic the grand work being done by soldiers from Australia. He a tribute to the proved qualiP Private Ritchie, and heartily comed him back amongst fri The toast eras supported byf G. R. Scott ' who is a olunt A. Whitecross and J. Gleeson, of whom paid high eulogy to guest. Mr. F. Julhan sang, Private Ritchie briefly and tri ly thanked his Tempy fri...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Local and General. Owing to a rather severe out break of measles, the Nunga State school has been closed. Those without measles will haie a long Christmas holiday this year. Another of our district soldiers is on his road home. This is Pte. Rogers, of Galah, and he is certain of a hearty welccme. At the urgent request of a large number cf residents, Dr. Hart has decided to g.ve the district another opportunity of jetaining his ser vices. There are many who can offer practical reasons for the popu lar medico to remain, and beyond this we need say no more. Ouyen township will learn with joy that despite the expression of the small public meeting on the subject, the State Rivers and Wa ter Supply Commission has drawn up a new scheme for the reticula tion of the town. 'This provides for a new tower of 230,000 gallons capacity, and no pine -throughout the town will be less than 23m in in diameter. The pipes will range from the 2/in. to 6in. in the town and the rising mains are Sin, A ful...

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Someone Has Blundered. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Someone Has Blandered. At no period of the world's his tory has a nation's manheod been more strongly urged to fit himself for warfare. Learn to shoot, to drill,. to discipline yourself, is the constantly reiterated cry. But if the experience of the Ouyen Rifle Club is accepted as general, some one in authority forgets there's a war on. Some four years ago. when a rifle club was formed here, rifles were loaned by the Defence department, and the necessary guarantors found to say those rifles and other accoutrements would be kept in reasonable order, The rifle men duly practised and some very good shots developed. When the war got acute the loaned rifles were called in and a promise given that others would be sent in their place. The promise hasn't fieen fulfilled, but maybe it will-some day. Now comes the sequel. Of the two original guarantors, Mr. W. Steele is' the survivor. (The late W. Hughes was the other). This guarantor has received a demand from the Defence department for the ...

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All That Is Necessary. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

ilH That Is Necessary, Speaking at the presentation by Mrs. Isaacs of a well equipped motor ambulance to the Defence department at Sydney,. Senator Gardiner, Assistant Minister of Defence. said Australia had sent 140,000 men to the front, and had ready the reinforcements needed for the next six months. Now the i Prime Minister had promised an other 50,000, and all that was ne cessary to get them was to tell the young men of Australia that the need was great and that they were wanted. The German Chancel lor's speech in the Reichstag did not frighten the Empire's soldiers. Germany had failed in her three objectives of Paris, Calais, and Petrograd. And although the la test news indicated that the Allies had been nushed back in the Bal Skans, the enemy would not suc ceed. He felt that the day would come when the tramp of the allied forces on the march to Berlin -would be heard. Australians had. however, to remember that the war must be v on on the battle fields of Europe, otherwise they...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Danger Of Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Danger 0f Fires. In view of the danger of occurring this season throunghi lessness, it is as well that ý should realise that thevy render t selves liable to severe punish for offences against the law. are various sections of the which are made applicable to Mallee. One of them relatic smoking, etc., may quoted. as follows:--"Any person w any time during the monthsof, vember, December, January. ruary, March and April, sr in the open air within 20 y any stable, or any rick, sa field of hay, corn, straw, s or inflammable vegetable Pr tion, except with a pipe pro? covered, or who throws dos drops any lighted match or id mable substance, shall be gul. an offence against this divisioa It would be as well to reaI over again, and remember thE ferent other warnings that been given regarding the u?S abuse of fire. We don't Wt see any big blazes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

. FI ULL. iM R+' GENERAL CARRIER, A LL GOODS left in my care Promptly and Carefully Delive ed. ElMAJ1EU, L SW' Recorded by the Dental Board of Vieteria. Large and extensive experience in all parts of Victoria, also in South Australia and New _out-1 Wales. Bridge and Crown Work, Gold Fillings and Xalays. ArtifitialI Sets of Teeth. Gold inset Teeth, from £,".'l10/-. Branch Surge.-y at Albert Park. Melbourne. W. E. THOMAS -eknowledged by the press to be the grent est exponent of Painless Dentistry in Aus traith. Absolutely painless extractions. lTHE DENTIST WITH '~RiE RI .AGEST' PEACTICE IN AUSt RALIA. ONLY WHOLESALE I3IPORTER OF TIE BEAIliTIF'L'. ENGLISH & AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Mr. Thomas holds these Certflcates 'The Dental Board of Victoria. The 3ledicnl Act. 1890. The Dentist Act of Victoria. No. 960. New South Wales Dental Board, 19(10. South Australian Dental Board. 1901)2. New Zealand Dental Act, by Examination. 88 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE. 2 Doors frem Collins St...

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The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

wheat Scheme. ter the trying weather, or cthat everyone is so busy do ith it,no one but those ted can sa, but the fact re Sthat the attendance at Mon ght's eeting on the above t was by no means as large irersation in the street previ !ould have led to expectation. B. A Ritchie was voted to the Sand with brief introduction, Sthe scheme as officially ex ed by the Rev. C. W.Wood, dent of the Chamber of Agri Sat Donald recently. The t, taken from Donald "Mail" foallow: est he was there to explain it ;d not want to be held respon for all its sin3 and shortcom They were now in the midst rcumstances Australia had ne akown before- Firstly and aily, the war with all its dis tion of business undertakings, secondly, never before had they such a bountiful harvest. re was another circumstance Sthe price of wheat was very at the present moment. and feeling was that it was unfortu with such a high price there kd be difficulties in marketing Ir ain and receiving their grain recieving the high price...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, 12th DECEMBER. Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

ehurch Services. SUNDAY, 12th DECEMBER Presbyterian. Ouyeu North West 11 a.m., Nunga 3 p.m., Ouyen 7.30 p.m. Methodist. Boorongie 11 a-m., Galah 3 p.m., On yen 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

icrt, i'd 5ri V yonor cbild is bhi rta'*r -)etitein PrOr*ad ir-i abie. if it is fretful th*. 'IcI-? ints seep. you may be ht-tit acnb sout of Order Afewdoess °z-rlain s Ta?,u widi l uoky "ett il rell Bois. Boils and pimples are Natures efforts to throw off poison.% which form in the blood. Cha mnberlains tablets purify the blood an refresh the systcm until you feel a new being. Takeacourse of thcm to thoroughly erndicte the poisonous natler from the .systemand then sake a practice of takiag one at regular interTal_ and you will never aasla be troubled with bolts. Relie.e 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 doas as a laative. One tablet after each meal aids f weak digestion. By increasing the dse they act on the liver, releiving torpidity. They act grentl without shock to the system rTO-LET.--Cottage. Apply, J. H. Hunt, Ouyen. I mPHANKS.-Mrs. Gerl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

Bran! Pollard! Sj \'ilougi?ihbv, I:Fel'rc, C'ffee Pal Ji . ace, Ouen, is prepared to supply -tarmers and others with Bran and Pol lard at lowest possible prices. Reduc fion made on! In:If-ton lots or over Potatoes and Onions at Lowest Prices. Terms : Strictly Cash. Do You Know? Do ?-nu know of all the ?.inor ailments colds are the most dangerous? It is not thecold 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. -'or this there is nothing better than Chamber lain's Cough Remedy which will loosen the cold .ead enable your system t. t"-- t- -ffeets of it off FOR THE PRODUCE GROWERS. A WONDERFUL POWER AT -A MODERATE COST. Austral Kerosene Engines. -AND - Austral Travel= ling Chaffcutters, Made by our owt people in our Own Country. From 10 to 30 tons per day cut and bagged for less than 4d per ton. Facts and Figu?es from lRonaldson Bros. & Tippet BALLARAT, Or from their Agent, lM. Fitzg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 December 1915

OF! W' SEASON'S -GOODS AT gJiSOl Bros,, TLORS -"ND OUTFITTERS iRowe-street, Ouyen. and inspect our New and Up ate Range of Latest Suitings Lest Noveltiies in Men's Prices to suit all pockets THE GLAD HAND its the well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Best ! iust as easy to get the Best as poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. fine display of Felt Hats in all les also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. ITS YOUR MOVE , 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. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. J ARNOLD, rBAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. t Oualitv 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, Alfa Laval cream separators andcream cans o Waiting for a Shave AT Srmith's oira Hairdressing Saloon. (Next Wat...

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