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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

L OST.-Bay Colt, branded T near shoulder;, bay pony,- no visible brand, bottom lip torn. Reward on re turn or information to W. Dalton, Cow angle. LOST.--Would party' who picked up horse collar in Onyen on New Year's Eve, kindly return to A. Harris, Saddler. TANTED.-Horse Treader Winnow V er, to clean 400 acres of wheat by contract Apply at once to E. W. Fox, Timberoo. SOR Sale.-Single-seated hooded bug gy and pair of horses. Price on application to W. J. Smith, Galah. THANKS.--1r. Geo. Nimmosincerely 1 thanks his many friends for their great kindness in cutting and stacking his hay during his recent illness. PUBLIC MEETING. 'A Public Meeting will be held in the Public Hall, Ouyen, on Saturday, January 8th, at 8 p.m., to form a Local Recruiting Committee under the Federal Recruiting campaign. . .. J. K. GLEN,. President Shire Walpenp, Convenor. T HE INSOLVENCY ACTS.- In the S'Court of Insolvency. In the matter of FREDERICK THOMAS LEACH, of Onyen, in the State of Victoria, Farmer, NO...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

Chureh Services. SUNDAY, 9th JANUARY. Church of England. Ouyen, .c. 3a.m., Evensong 7.30; Boulka 11, Boorongie 3. Presbyterian. Paignie 11, Galah 3, Onyen 7.30.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

M. COTTER J NV1TES you to inspect the following SLines Grcceries. Drapery, Produce, Wire, Iron, and Timber etc., -Which she has in Stock at her Stores at Ouyen. Underbool, Linga, Jan. Walpeup--Monday afternoon 17 C6wa ~gie---nTesday ,, 18 Tutye--Tuesday evening 181 Boinka--Wednesday morning 39 Linga-Wednesday afternoon 19 Ouyen-Waters' Hotel. 'Tuesday all day 20 MAURICE L THOMAS XReou-ed by the Dental B?ard of Vitaria. Large and _=aaaisve experience in all parta o Victoria. Azlo in Soca. Anustalla and New South Wales. Bridge and Crt~n Work, Geld il?as and !rlays. Artificinal Sta el Teeth. Geld Iaset Teeth, frret £/1/D-. Branch Sazzery at .Aulart Pa2p, 3uiiarsae. ancknu iedged by the preos to be the great est expocent of Painless Dentistry in Ane tralin. Absolrrtely painless extractio-s. THE DENTIST WITH THE LARGZST PRACTICF IN AUSTMALIA. ONLY TVHOL SALE IsPOrTEZH O THE BEAU'TIFUL ENPGLI3H & AEBICAIN ARTIFICIAL TZ2TH. Mr. Thonmas holds these ar'tiSeateS The Dental !board of :...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Variety Wheat Tests. FERTILITY OF THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

Variety Wheat Tests. FERTILITY OF THE MAL LEE. Results.of experiments conduc ted by the Agricultural DeDpartment ot variety wheat plots in theNorth Western Mallee are to hand. The centres chosen were Ouyen and Cowangie. At Ouyen, six varieties were tested side by side on the farm of Mr.H.W. Pickering. The results were as follow :--Yandilla King, 20 bushels per acre; Gluyas 17 bushels per acre; Federation 16k_ bushels per acre ; Dart's Im perial 16 bushels per acre ; Vik;ng 1334 bushels per acre; Marshall's No. 3, 17 bushels per acre. At Cowangie the tests were car ried out by Mr. H. F. Hecht, and seven varieties of wheat were tes ted. The results were as follow: Dart's Imperial 25 bushels 521b per acre, YandilIa King 23 bushels 19 lb. per acre, Federation 23 bushels 41b. per acre, Marshall's No. 3, 22 bushels 291b. per acre, Gluyas 20 bushels 2 31b. per acre, Mac's White 19 bushels 221b. per acre, Viking 16 bushels 211b. per acre. Officials of the department state that, generally sp...

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The New Australian Army. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

The New A?ustralian Army. The following letter speaks for itself : "Sir,--At a public meeting held at Murrayville on July 3rd., under the auspices of the State Parlia mentary Recruiting Committee, a local Recruiting Committee was elected to further recruiting.. At a committee meeting held at a subse quent date, one member pointed out the curious fact that the pub lic had selected seven men, who, so far as physical fitness and age are concerned, are all probably ele gible for enlistment. Some mem hers whose conscience apparently made them uneasy, took umbrage at this harmless remark, and at a meeting of the committee held on December 31, a resolution was pas sed on the motion of John Wilt shire, to dissolve. My view, Sir, is this : That we were appointed by a public meeting to stimulate recruiting. Whether we were or not, the most suitable persons to sit on the committee was not (af ter having accepted the seat) for as to say. Having accepted the seat it was the duty of the committee...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commonwealth War Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

,omnmonwealth W;?ar Loan. Everyone has the right to sub scribe all the monoey they choose to the new Commoihwealth War Loan, but be it.many hundreds or few, or even a modest £10O. the -.Common wealth Government, through the agency of the Banks and Post Offi ces, is ready to receive the applica tion. It is not a favor that is be ing asked of the Australian com nunity, but a privilege which is being offered- the privilege of helping our men with the mnni tions and equipmelt.needed to save their lives, and the further privi lege of helping to shorten the war. These are the reasons which will appeal to all who are imbuel with the spirit of patriotism much more strongly than the pecuniary consid. erations of the high rate of inter est and unquestionable security, but both the considerations of pa triotism and the considerations of financial advantage and security should urge all Australians to put into the new War Loan every penny they can spare. Every pa triotic Australian should be abl...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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"To He That Hath." [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

"To He That lalh The Government wheat , is one of the best things th happened. The farnmr ha lesson in co-operation f0r him, and it rests entireiv. himself whether the futulre it continued. But at its i the heads are nlessing t There are only two ways o: things, and officialdom aln., variably takes thi. other over a mcrth now delivr wheat have been n;icde at -.] district railway stations, people were pleased(. Whe scheme started, there were shakings, because the Gor-e. niethod of handling thing, is ally. as said before, the other Assurances given were that monies owing for liens we,\ collected in three instalments, the first was not to be askl until the divider.d expected to paid about April next was a able. Farmers were to recei,. Sper bushel nett at the railwa;. tion on delivery-or as soon 4 as it took to send the cer:ifJ i fis lookeci very satisfactory, everyone was cleased. That Sthe theory, but unfortunate;' Spractice does not work out. 'i farmers as are in the happy . tion of ...

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Mallee Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

Mallee Lands. The following are the successful applicants for allotments dealt with by the Local Land Board which recently at Swan Hill, Chillingollah Ultima, Sea Lake, Manangatang, WVoomelang, Murrayville, Ouyen, and Melbourne: Parish of 1lMyll - Allot 1, D. Powell; allot S. WV. Stacey ; allot i0, A Bottger ; allots 12 and 12A, r Murphy; allot 16. A. Bombar dier ; allots 17 and 17A, A. Cullen; allots 18 and ISA, G. Coppock; allot 20, M. Collins ; allot 21, P Loughran ; allot 22, E. Stokes; allots 23 and 23A, P. Walsh; allot 24 S. S. 'ver; allot 26 M. O'Con nell; allot 28, A. O'Connor; allots 29 and 29A, J. M'Eldrew; allot 30 E. Witchell; allot 31. J. Long; allot 33, M. O'Connor; allot 34, M. Bourke; allot 37, V. O'Shan I nassy, allot 39, C. Kiel; allot 42, T. Walker. Parish of Boinka-Allot 7, M. Torney. Parish of Barra-Allot6, J.Good allot 10, J. Pentland; allot 12, C. Murphy. Parish of Carina-Allot 42, J. Barry ; allot 63, J. E. Ware Parish of Carwarp-Allot 1, J. M' Millan ; allot...

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Ouyen Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

yen Post )ffice. se towns grow so rapidly hs ard o realise their re nts That was the re f prominent official of the eTartn?ent when he visited he Mlallee towns to see for what he could not grasp by oneence. And so it is with Seven years ado where n now stands was little bet r virgin scrub. Today it is bu.\.. pl ,ce, that no fetter t~ri e signified their a to iirstal the telephone so it cain Ie made available. aakcshifts that are expected rtrol the postal arrange to say nothing of the build which that business has to acted in some of our Matlee v would make an aboriginal Ouyen has got beyond addling stage, and this fact ognised some months ago, he postal officials arranged t the present building for g on postal business. It ought at that time that it be long ere anything better uirrd, but already we find es cribbed, cabiner and con We are expanding as a nity, and the first big proof is the expansion of postal s. We are collecting some at present, and hope in next o let you have at le...

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A Diary Of The War For 1916. WHAT MOORE (NOT OLD MOORE, SAYS OF THE COMING YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

A Diary Of The War For 1916. WHAT MOORE (NOT OLD MOORE., SAYS OF THE COM ING YEAR. The war will, says the "Weekly Despatch," still be in full swing at the end of the year 1916. So says Moore, not old Moore, but Fran cis of that ilk, who claims to be a more venerable Moore still. Mr. Francis Moore says that for 1915 he predicted the loss of the Lusi tania, the sinking of the Majestic, the great troop train smash,the for mation of a Coalition Government, etc., etc. So he may be right about the year 1916. In "Vox Stellarum," a Loyal Almanac, (Cassell 6s). he writes as follows :--"The eclipse of the sun in February will see Germany defeated and her legions driven to the confines of her own country. The British arms will be triumph ant, and win victory after victory. Holland will suffer terrible priva tions and will be driven into the war. Throughout the spring,the most appalling slaughter will oc cur, and step by step the Allies will force their way ahead. A decisive naval victory is de...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

THE WAR. e more have the Huns scored et victory." The defence passenger-laden P. and O. , without warning, has been ced in the Meditteranean pnd the loss of life is heavy. is the kultured nation, the vho would rule the world, eople that some of ours see son to go and fight. erican United States will cer send another Noce. The e over the Ancona had just settled to the States' satisfac and on board the Persia was [nited States' Consul at Aden. was at least one other citizen Stars and Stripes country on loomed vessel. Talk about time piracy-it was gentle V in compa:rison. ving at anchor in harbor, the h crt:i-er N~tal h s been sunk to r.n internal explosion. e oicers and crew 300 are g-. Such a loss is of far importance to the enemy a dozen Persias. Galicia the Russians and rians are having a desperate gle, with the Bear in the as int, although the gains are bor does not favor the new cliption Bill in Britain, but lener is to attena the Congress 1ts views may alter the opin Of some of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

COIMMONWEALTH O F AUSTRALIA M£1OCO0,00 4½ per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 PRICE OF ISSUE, PAR. TIlHE LOAN IS TO BE UTIIJSED FOARWAI PURPOSES ONLY. and will take the form of Wither I~SCRIBEI, STOCK or TRtEASU R'Y BONIS. at option ot SulDr.riber. Roth2,.'lTAI. and INTEIEsT will be. a CIHARGE on the COSnOIaDATED IREVENUE of she COIIMON-wIvALTH BONDS wad TIrANSFER.S FREE ot COMMONWEALTH or STATE STAMP DUTY and .N'TF:KR T FREE OF IN oME TAN. STOCKS or ItLNlS wie acepted at PAR in payment of Commonwealth PROBATE and SUCC&NSION IiUTY'. The ~r.k is an aouthor:wed TRUSTEE INV-'rESTMENT. TICtASURY 'BONDS is`,tri ,ml Icnm'insaion' of £10, £130, £500, and £1,000, or STOCRI INSCIU3LD in an;lo.nt. of '100 nd multiples ot £Et over £100. RPFAYA;'.;.E AT PIAR ON 15Tr D..CEIMKElt. 1..5. INTEREST PAYABLE HALF.YEARI.Y. - A FULL HALF YEAK'S INTEREST WILL BE 'AYABI.E ON 15th JUNE, 1916. INSTA .IENTS payable as follows- O.10 per cent, on application. £15 per rent on thb February. 191 £2 per ente lon 3Slt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

pecial show , pW SEASON'S GOODS AT. ilison B:os LORS AND; OUTFITTERS. Rowe-street, Ouyen. and inspect our $ew and Up ' p-. pte Range of Latest Suitingf Latest Novelties in Men's r prices to suit A ?i ckes: T-E GLAD HAND i the wetl-tailored man, and car taiouling is the B~s ! 1asst s easy to get the Z + as ScoCrest, so call at once and ,eve your orderviith . edisplv1 of elt Hats ýn all s also a large anid magnificant ~aortment. of Latest Ties. IETS YOUR MOVE , so call and'ihssect our Stoc at pnce. :. 3. G RE-I Z rulterer, -GreengcrOC,; and Aerated Water Mant facturer resh Frtit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Ccl' ' Drinks. ACE.VD K ABK RYQ, uv--an. • . 9 AK ER AD PASTRYCOOK. t(.'1aity Bread from Australian flounr CATERING A' SrECiALTY." Florr, Bran and Pollard in:anY': quantity at lowest l -rates.' ,ent for Massey Har-ns farm imple. rents; Royal Insuratce Co.;, Jas. Bartram- and Co, Alfa Iaval cream separatcrs and cream cans .WaaUng for . Shave AT Sm?t'~s ora H irdressin3 Saloon. (Ne...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

Local and General. Before you read this you will have received your account for the half year just ended. That is the first term of the new proprietary of the MAIL, and we are hoping to be kept busy inscribing our artistic autograph for the next few days. Don't be modest-we are not sensi tive in the way of giving receipts, no matter how small the amount. A lot of these little ones soon make a decent total. Iii connection with the new re cruiting scheme,, the president of the Shire of Walpeup (Cr. J. K. Glen) .has convened, a public meet ing tor Saturday night next, at the public hall, to elect a new commit tee to act with the councillors, and everyone is concerned in the matter. Get along to the meeting and then you will have as much say as the other fellow. The times are more critical than perhaps you think. Helping all we can at this eild is the object of farmers generally, and at Galah on 12th. ult., the follow ing neighbors assembled at Mr. Thos. Hunter's farm to take off his cr...

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The Ouyen Mail. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 1916. 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 1916. 1916. Up with the curtain ! Sit down there in front ! You larrikins muzzle your whis tle and grunt While the mighty magician, ex pounder unseen, .3nravels the wonders of nineteen sixteen. The doggerel conies to mind as we open the first pages of the year. But the mighty magician should have his name spelt in capitals.i There is only one Magician- or at least only c.:e Exhpcunder of fate. There are humans who claim the! power of foresight, but as a local poet put it recently, "Look Back.' Think Back." And it is the wis est course. There are in our midst today those who twelve months ago, saw with prevision the Hun licked into submission. Poor fools. The Hun is not licked yet by a long chalk. So satisfied of this are the statesmen of Great 1:ritain that today we have intro diiced that which the Briton hither to scorned as the weapon of the coward- conscription. Here in Australia we are gradually realis ing there is a war. And at what a price have ' we purchase...

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Seasonable Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 January 1916

Seasonable Greetings. Lieut. C. L. G. Trewin, former ly a constable at Woomelang, writes to the Editor of the MAIL from Anzac, Gallipoli, under date 4/11/1915, as follows :- You may be surprised to hear from me, but at Christmas time a person usually remembers all old friends whom he may send greetings to. I am in the 4th Light Horse re giment First Aust. Division, and of course will, at any time, be very pleased to hear from you, or any more of our old friends, so to save me writing to them all, you could let them know, and also to ask those friends whom I know have suffered bereavement in this strug gle to accept my sincerest sympathy   in their sad trouble, and also to wish each and everyone, under such circumstances a Merry Xmas and a Bright and Happy New Year,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916

M. COTTER *NVITES you to inspect the following Lines Groceries Drapery, Produce, Wire, Iron, and Timber etc., cWhich she has in Stock at her Stores at Ouyen, Underbool, Linga, Jan :-Falpep-Monday afternoon . 17 Cowanie--Tuesday ,, 18 Tutye-'Tuesday evening 18 Boinka-Wednesday morning 19 i,iga--Wednesday afternoon 19 Onyen-Waters' Hotel. Tuesday all day 20 MARICE L !OMAS Reroded by the Dental Beard of Tietoria Large and et ,ire experience in all parts of Victoria. also in Sc nih Australia and -New Bmath Wl ales. Bridzge and C-?em Werk. Gold Fllins and -jaays. Aretfi?a Sets sf Teeth, Geld Inset Teeth. from £2/1i/-. Sranch Sacery a. AThert Park. Me3tberie. : E. THOM AS ateknowledpd by. the~ prs to bC the great eat exponent of P'ainless I-n:tistry in Aus tralia. Ab?soluteIy painless extractions. THE DENTlST WTTH THE LARGEST PRACTICE IN .1~ STRIALIA. ONLYT WHOLESALE IMPORTERI OF THE B£EAUTIF'L HNGLISH a AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL TEETH. - Mr. Thomas holds these Cert1icate- "The lrrtnal Board of...

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Methodist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916

'Methodist Sunday School. The anniversary services of the above were held on Sunday, 2nd inst. The preacher at the morn ing service was Pte. R. Vine. who based his message on the Savior's invitation to the children : "Suffer the little children to come unto Me." The evening service was conducted by Mr. H. W. Hughes who took for his subject "The Making of a Prophet," (Isa. 6). At both services special hymns were sung by the scholars. At the prize distribution on Monday night, the Sunday school superintendent, Mr. J. Hunt occupied the chair. The annual report was given by Mr. Hughes, and a racy and most inte- I resting address on "Camp Life" was given by the late superinten- I dent, Pte. R. Vine. who also dis tributed the prizes to the children. The following program was given by the teachers and scholars:-Re citation, Alan Creighton; song Dolly Harris; recitation Miss Wil loughby; recitation, Hilda Nlat trass; duet, Misses Creighton; dialogue, "Church Officers of the Future" by Miria...

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Ouyen District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916

Ouayen District Soldiers'] Fund. it will be remembered that at a meeting of the Ouyen Recruiting Committee some months ago, it was decided, on a suggestion by Miss Willoughby. to inaugurate a fund by means of which soldiers returning to the district from the war in necessitous circumstances might be promptly and practically shown recognition. At that meet ing 20 bags were promised, and on Thursday Mr. A W. Cooper deli vered the first five bags-his dona tion. A storage site has been se cured, and anyone desirous of add ing a bag or more to the five may do so by handing it to any one of the agents who are buying. In addition to those promised at the meeting mentioned (five bags each from Messrs Cooper. Picker ing. Mitchell and Oke). a lad named Leonard Gill has been busy, and on Saturday night handed to Mr. R. Coustley, the secretary of the movement, the following list of donations of wheat :-T. Tonkin 5 bags, G. Pickering 3, S. J. Gill 2 bags, E. Dowsley 4 bags, T. Downley 4 bags, J....

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Ouyen Hospital. A PATRIOTIC DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916

Unyen .osPital. A PATRIOTIC DEC',SI0o There was not a big Iespan? the advertisement calling a for Thursday night to dea the matter of the annual s4, aid of the funds of the OureT trict Hospital in embryo " Mr. Mitchell occupied the c. and opened the meeting MIr. Steele thought the day gested-Foundation DaTviniie tune. Farmers were goi:gI busy until late in the year, es weather was not suitable for r at the end of January. Mr. B. Oe .considered it visable to ask the people to c; bute in too many ways. The ious patriotic demands were ~ sary, and it was not a good to try too much calling. I people doubtless, were willib i they really were not in a par to give to everything. Mr. R. Smith did not thi;, contribution of each individy l d mer to a day's sport would 5/, and that was not a severe e on them. Mr. Steele replied that at t gatherings it was usually the mittee who gave both their' war must take precedence everything else. The hospita a most necessary institution, the time was not ...

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