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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
Church Services. SUNDAY, 16th JANUARY. Church of England. Ouven 8 a.m., 10 a.m. (rr.c.), 7.30p.m., Kia 3 p.m. ?Methodist. Boorongie 11, Galah 3, Ouyen 7.30. Presbyterian. Ouven Nth. WX. 11, Nunga 3, Ouyen 7.30. Reward.-Lost, dark brown mare, 1.+ medium draught, branded MB on a bar over WV near shoulder and 79 on near neck, last seen about Boulka Tank. F. Waters, Onyen. W NTED. ELIABLE men receive. truck, and E stack wheat, Galah and Nunga. Wages or commission. C. H. Roberts, Agent for James 3Zinifie and Coy. LOST from Boinka early in December, Bay mare medium dnught, white blaze on face, three white feet. tail pulled short, 7 vrs. old. Anyone knowing of whereabouts please communicate with H. Faxton, Boinka. Welcome 1-lome. IO arrange a definite program for the reception of Returned Soldiers, A PUBLIC MEETING, und ter the auspices of the Ouyen Recruiting Committee, will be held at the Hall on Saturday night next at 8.30. Everyone is interested, and should attend. R. COUSTLEY, Secreta...
An Old Pest. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
An Old Pest. The ravages of the RuthO fruit fly, a native pest, which deserted its natural food to at fruits, crops, vegetables and £ den plants of all description, ~ matter of serious concern to i ers and orchadists throughout? State at present. So widesprr the destruction being caused this insect that the Goverr. Entomologist has addressed to T Minister of Agriculture a spN memorandum, enclosing a pazj let which he asks should be c'." lated among orchadists and fL ers. This document recomin spraying infected plants with? zole emulsion and coal tar kill off the pest. In his cO letter, Mr. French states that, ing to the favorable seascn, Rutherglen fly has appeatr countless numbers over the , State, and also in New 5 Wales and Tasmania. Fruit potato crops in many parts of State are being almost ruined He adds that like the grasshG locust, cutworm and other pI these bugs appear in cycles, do not appear again for years. pamphlets are to be circ forthwith. The troublesome insect is 7 p...
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
THE WAR. Russia continues an active offen sive in Bessarabia, and Count Re ventiow, an inspired German wri ter says that if it succeeds, Ru mania and Greece will join the Allies. in connection with the above, an Austrian report is sidnificant. This claims that the Russians lost 50,000 in one battle in Bessarabia. Fi gures, if proved, are impressive, biut if one of the cyphers is clipped off, the balance may be somewhere near the mark. In the attack on Czernowitz, the Russians have concentrated no few er than 400 big guns, and if you have ever heard one of the guns, you may imagine the row made by these 400. to say nothing of the damage done. The enemy is making big prepa rations for an attack on Salonika. and we may expect to hear news of this scrap soon. For the attack on Egypt Ger many is pushing on. It is claimed that water in copious quantities has been found at Mount Sinai, and this will help the invaders-if true - -out oe a big thing for Britain af ter the war. On the Western ...
Australia's New Army. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
m 1astralia's New Army. S----«*---- SfaloenuP shire has earned for it I?,f the proud distinction of having sent more soldiers, in proportion to popa!ation, to combat the enemy n any other portion of Australia. It's a proud, and a wonderful thing to be able to say, but the Empire iq calthng for more. and that more ,ts to be found. There are prob aems to be faced such as never troubled this globe of ours before, nd the solution of these problems s in the melting pot still. To all ritishers there is only one think ble sointion, and that is victory. it is the only way that things can ie bronght to a successful future. tro'blems as hard as this must not opp up tco often-they cost to ach thought to settle. The only a- in which any one of them is ittled is by men and munitions, ad we are going to say without y boasting, whatever you may n.nk, that the more Australians- r to be more correct the more An cs--there are in the field, the oner the war will be ended. In yiog this, we wil emphasis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
COMMONWEALTH, OF AUSTRAUIA £10,00,000 4~ per cent WAR LOAN, 1925 ) · PRICX- OF a-sum, PAM TaB WoAY iS TiO X I,5T"I'I.IFXD MO W'dY. PN 'ECfS ONIr and will take the forc of ' aFilerrlv;'.3rfltiRWi> S OC'Y or TKK RY BONDS. at ption o? SSatc-riber. oth - APrEAI. ad I\ThtRST wrili be CUA3RO? on the Ci sOI iD.hTL) RKVY)NIT. o fOWO ariol T1:.\NSY)Tr'S FRtXI of COItXIWKWAI.TH or STf ST%11 ? i)ITY nm II ItTS-T YEEX OP' IYt-rl5M'A TAX. I5TOC;S or lS)NSN eri I e irrep ei iS PAR in p yltrot o! f mmc0? realth i~l)RATF and SUCCL1ON II UTY. TIo NowLk in an colthorised TUCNSTKK INVEST MNTT. JtAtSL0ZT IBONt io Orr i denomination, of £10, £100, £500. aid £1,000, or Y L'ý ICS1'.11D in aommoro of £100 and auntdiple. of £10 ov-r £1101 EXAYABILF AT IAR ON lr'na DKITh.la.X t I)b. LNT.tRRST PAY4BI.Kt I1AlF-YZArtit.. A FUILl. SA F-YK:AK'S 3NTRI0T WILL Mr. tAYAIII S 1 6bb JYR. I9St 1aT..AfM!vSS payable ias foiioi - Sd .per trot. on icat-n. £15 per -nt. on hth Febratary. I7l3 £0 per caut. on lStt larch, IO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
Special Show WY SEASON'S GOODS AT EmlisoDn Bros,, gLORS AND OUTFITTERS. Sowc-strFee, Ouy ii. sthd inspect our New and Up .ate Range of Latest Suitings Latest Novelties in Men's ear prices to suit all pockets. THE GLAD HAND rits the rell-tailored man, and s- tailoring is the oest ! is last as easy to get the Best as e poorest, so call at once and leave your order wiVth us. Ee display of Felt Hats in all les, also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE ow, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water Manu facturer. Fres~ Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. LXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. . ARNOLD, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. at QmIitry Eread from Australian Sfour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard inlany quantity at lowest rates. Agent for Massey Harrs farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans D Waiting• for a Shave A'T Smith's Fora Hairdr...
Enlistment Cards. FILLING IN ORLIGATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
Enlistment eards. FILLING IN OBLIGATORY. Reports of various meetings that have decided to ignore enlistment cards have been brought under no tice of the Prime Minister. Mr. Hughes said these meetings were ill-advised and calculated to prejudice recruiting and in this manner endanger the welfare of the country. It is obligatory on every male to fill in tards and answer all questions put by the authorities. In order to meet objections raised against sending filled up cards to local councils, it had been decided that option would be given of re turning them either to local coun cils or the war committee. The Minister reiterated his pre vious statement that there must he no paltering with the questions and filled in cardsrmust be returned by all to whom they were addressed otherwise penalty conditions under the War Census Act would be im posed.
The Ouyen Mail. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12. 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 12, 1916. Local and General. Judging by the weather during the latter part of last week, with the culminating point on Saturday, we may consider that summer is duly here. The thermometer grad nally crawled higher in its readings until the day mentioned, when reasonable readings made it 11.3 in the shade. The usual break came in the shape of a threatened thun derstorm, very light sprinkles of rain, and uense clouds of dust. Sunday proved more bearable but still the fallowed paddocks kept! shifting. February has still to bei zegotiated. The wheat market continues to gladden the hearts of farmers. Sales are taking place with great frequency, and each one is at least equal to the last, and mostly better. Last Friday the Govern?ment sold a parcel at equal to just on 6/ a bus hel f.o.b. Melbourne. May it keep up, as -we hnave every reason to be lieve it will. The attention of members of On yen Branch of the P.L.C. is drawn to the notification of an important meeting at the...
Timberoo Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
Timberoo Topics. On Christmas Eve the children of Timberoo school had a "night out." Through the generosity of the committee and the parents, a heavily laden Christmas Tree, beautifully decorated, greeted the children on their arrival at the school, and the treasures displayed were the joy of the young eyes. A program of song and recitations and an exhibition of first aid were creditably carried out by the child ren, and then the Head Teacher, Mr. Anderson, presented prizes won during the year. These were: Best home work book Gladys Pianta, grade iii; best work book Hilda Fox, grade vi; best map Mary Englefield, grade vi; best arithmetic scholar William Scott, grade v. A prize was also presen- ted to each pupil in grades i and ii. The children then sang a song de- scribing a visit from Santa Claus, after which they went to sleep,and were surprised on awakening to find that Santa Claus had really fa vored them with a visit. There he stood on the stage beside the tree, bowing and smil...
Galah Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 January 1916
A general meeting of the com mittee and members of the Galah Mechanics' Institute and Free Li- brary and others interested was held in the Galah Hall on Satur- day night, Mr. John Black presid- ing. It was decided to run a Pic- nic Sports Meeting under rule 53 V.R.C., on 16th February, in aid of the Ouyen District Hospital and Galah Hall funds. Owing to pass- ing through such dry times since our last gathering, it was decided to have a publican's booth, and tenders will be called in due course. Member's tickets, 3/, will admit lady and gent and family up to 15 years of age. The program is of a very varied and entertaining na- ture, viz : Sheffield handicap, Old Buffers' race, boys' and girls' ra- ces, high jump, sheaf tossing, kicking football, ladies' nail driv- ing competition, guessing compe- tition, stepping a distance, weight carrying competition, hack race, trot, pony race, horse over hurdles. There will be a luncheon booth on the ground where the usual mid- day luncheon and a...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
FUNERAL NOTICE. THE friends of the late Andrew Val Sentine are respectfulIly requested to follow his remains to their last resting place,.the Onyen Cemetery-. The funeraI will leave his late resi dence, Oke-street, Onuyen, at 3p.m. to morrow (Thursday. AYITON & YrATFIEL.D, Undertkers?.
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
The War. Evidently the overwvhelming of Montenegro, with the fall of Mount Lovchen, has greatly stirred Italy. It is reported that King-Victor Emanuel has returned from the front to Rome to consult with the .Montenegrin heir-apparent on the subject of Italian assistance for. both Montenegro and Serbia. There are indications that Italy has been roused to make even grea ter efforts in the ccmmon cause of the Allies. London newspapers on Saturday referred to the possibility of conx plications with the United States regarding our naval blockade of Germany. MIany of them are ap prehensive that President Woodrow W?ilson will consent to interfere on behalf of Germany in return for the abandonment of the submarine warfare against merchantmen. In several cases the comments are very pointed. The demand of the Lon don press for increased rigour in the blockade is daily growing stronger. Correspondents at Salonika agree in stating that the Allied forces are being constantly strengthened. The re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
M. COTTER 'VhT S you to inspect the followin._ Sines- Groceers. Drapery, Produce, Wire, . Iron, and Timber etc., - Which she ans in Stock at her Stores at nyen. UndeIbool, Llnga, TOXMeRROW. Thursday, January 2Otb., ~! Reoddby the Doans 3aacr at Yiets4is La-re a=. ?xte-~sive at-ecie=oe I2 a:1 iart: ., Victoria. so "2 S.utch A ?.ria is.a N(ew 3onth Waies. Brids and Crows Work, geld PCI tas and Zasays. Artilenst Seto at Tree*, Eold Inseci Teeth, fomsa £2 I)!-, Zranch Sargacy as .i2eot Par. Melerne. W. E2 THO AS acknowledysd hy t).. se*e to .. the r est exponent of ?ainees tDe:: stry it Aca tLralia Absomnte.y pa'::ess " e::rrvis's. TEE DZNTIST WITX THB ILARGEST PEACTICZ IN AtSTRALIA. ONLY WHOLTSALH Tl~PO3TLE Or THE BEA~TITIL" E-GLIS5 & kM?1EICAN ARTIFICIAL TEBTH. Mr. Thoasi holds these Caet'iestis The "e>tat Boa:rd f T .-c The Me-it?- Ac. I: 0. The t'er ist Act ef T3 *S. . S f New Sontlh Waiee Den21 Bar-t. ro*. South AustrsIans Dertx2 E-a=rd E New Zealand Den.s! A-? ?y ?rsti ...
The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
The Wheat Schemie. :I In a new thing there are bound to be difficiulties make themselves Sapparent. The wheat pooling scheme is absolutely the best thing i that ever came about in the farm ers' interests, if they will only take it to heart,. but there rare little troubles which require overcoming' As these crop up, the committee Stackle and settle them more or less s'tisfactorily as the case may be. I The question as to who should I pay the weighbridge charges, the Sfarmer or the agent, was a prob i lem, but it has been settled. The Wheat Committee has ordered that the weighbridge charge must be paid by the agents out of the al lowance for charges. This is one [of the matters which has not caused 'any discussion at Ouyen, as the agents have paid the charge all Salong, but there may be other cen tres at which the question has caused friction, and thus the settle ment should be satisfactory, to the farmer, anyhow. Another question may not seem. so satisfactory in the decision. When th...
Mallee Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
!a Hee Lands A vaiTah ble. Bedii.o Di.trict-Parish of Mur ungin, 149 acres; Ist class, 22/6 acre. 9J? miles from Neatein. St. Ara:-rid District--Parish of ahe'::: ggra. 312 acres; 3rd class i mi!,s from Pimpinio. parish of Manangatang--693 res, 3 .d liass, l/per acre,3 miles o'm- Man:anatang- - Parish of Walpa-637 acres 1st a~s "/6 per acre. 10 miles from urraylville. Parih cf Dtuddo-805 acres, 2ad s., T/6G per acre, 7 miles from (urrayvilIe parish of Pirro-715 acres, 3rd -s , miles from Tempy. " fih of Dennying---750 acres, lt cass, 11/ per acre, 9 miles o Turriff. Parilsh of Dernnving-836 acres, cIrd lass. 13/ per 'acre, 7 miles on Turriff. J .. . Parish of Dennving-826 acres, rd class. .13/ per acre. 7, miles on Turriff. Parish of Dennyinfg--828 acres, d class, 13/ per adre, 8 miles m Turrif. 'ari.n. of Dennying--656 acres, r, class. 18/ per acre, 9 miles' 0:n Speed.
Australia Teaching America. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
Aoustralia. Teaching· america. It does not seem so very long ago that much that was done in Australia was based on American method and example. The war has changed all that. In the present time of vigorous recruiting it is per tinent to make the following ex tracts from an influential magazine How the war has caused Australia to bulk largely in the American eye is indicated in the following: "In Germany militarism. has beei superimposed on a theory of national defence which is thorough ly democratrc . The German armed force, as. do. the armies of Switzer land and Australia. comes directly from the citizen ship Australia, after repeated experiments, and af ter years of endeavor to find some avenue to adequate defence, other than compulsory service, has adop ted univer-sal training laws. In Germany, through a habit of allow ing their leaders to do their think ing for them, the people have ac cepted the Kaiser's proposition that the army is the people TheSwiss and the Australians have ...
Commonwealth War Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
iomatonwealth War Loan. Until the list closes on the 31st nuary, all persons whor care to do -nd they should be many-have Sright to assist the country and ir soldiers by sru.bscribing to the aod issne of the Commonwelth ,r Loon which has been nomi- I liv fixed at £?O.O00,000. The conditions of the Loan are elI known. the nominal rate of terest being 4Y4 per cent., but ing to the terms on which the an is issued, the, actual rate is sproxi:natelv £4 14/ per cent., d the interest is free from tax ion which is a considerable item ese times. But there are far gher considerations to be taken to aeronnt than the value of the vestment. It is, eve: yone's duty contribute to assist in wazing r greatest "'ar which the world s ever seen, and in which our upire is vitally threatened. More er, it is not t wsirof aggression Sthe part of the British Empire. tof defencef the principles hich we. and all humanity, hold ?r. Australia as part of:the Empire, giving her best blood to repel e aggresor, and...
Year's Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
Mr G.ddons' forecast is Twhays interesting, so we give it as applv ing to New South Wales and Vic toria for 1916. It will be noticed that our tip for a good harrest this year is corroborated: In New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and 'tasmania, January and February will be changeable, but there will be little or no rain. - Early part of March fine and warm; later part gales.and rain. Early April some show ers and hall, middle fine, later part some showers. Mfay open with wind and some rain, but most of the month fine and frosty. June, gales and rain until near the eud of the month, when it becon~es fine and frosty, and continues so until the middle of ju!y. Latter half of July showery. First half of A.-, gust some showers; latter half fine and frosty. Fairly wet September. Rather dry October. Wind and fairly goon rains in N'ovember. First three weeks of December fine and warm, remainder cool and changeable. Good harvest. Pas toral prospects good.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
'ott ng is nioreeffcctivc Cor:iI! tlllc tit;l Chamberlain's Coic Sn~d il"ct R~nxctly. F~veryfami~y should keep, it I"r r-rs~lv~ niules spircy to the cltcmt' "hlwoorat~int ph~YSiCianI. VOn erereneyp. buy ii now an4 he Better Than Castor Oil. Disorders of the stomach andl coustipatiot are the most common complains wivth children. To correct them. you will find nothing better than Chtmberlain's Tab lets. A dose at bed time wil do the work and make your child bright and chser ful next morn in. Don't punish your childcren by gi.inr them castor oil. Chnmberlain's Tablets are better :and more pleasant to take. _ iOR Sa!e.-DrilI, 13-disc, and Disc Cultivator. nearly- new, cheap. Par-. ticnlars. Price this office. .-]?OR Sale.rt---re bred CIvdesdale Stallion, prizetaker, sure fod getter, life certificate of soundness; terms to good man, owner enlistin.. Apply by letter to "Horse," 3Mai Office. -?OR Sale.-Sintgle-seated hooded bug hoddbug gy and parr of horses. Price on application to W. J. S...
Church Services. SUNDAY, 23rd JANUARY. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916
ehurch Services. SUNDAY, 23rd JANUARY. Church of England. Ouyen 7.30, Nunga 3.30, WaIpenp 10.30. , SPreshyterian. - Paignie 11, Galah 3, Ouyen 7.30. Methodist Nunga and Burnell 11, Boorongie 3, Tiega 3.30, Ouyen and Ouyen West 7.30.