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Foxes Killing Young Lambs. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916

:Foxes Killing Young Lambs. :I.n view of the fact that lamb raisitng is becoming one of the in dustries that help the successful farmer, the fo3llowing, taken from this month's "Journal of Agr~icul ture," ihould prove of interest to our readers: It occasionally occurs that a sim Ple contrivance may be used to ef fectually combat a serious difficulty but its simplicity is apt to give rise to scepticism in the minds of many who should be only too gla to avail themselves of its use, and -through this its value may remain untested. Instances of this have occurred in connection with thei idea of using bells on lanibing ewes to scare foxes. It is fully fifteen -ears since this was first'mentioned in the Melbourne weekly press, yet it is so simple a device that its ef fectiveness is questioned, and <on sequently is seldom tried or spoken of. It is, however, a fact that if ordinary bullock bells costing abodt i 1/ each, are strapped on two or three ewes per hundred in tht lamAing...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916

: ,,CODA ON'EALTH " OF AUSTRALIA £1o<Gct- V3 &?; -r cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 cPitC OF ISSUe, PAR. TnR LAN ,\ 7T3 E~I UTrIL)r'aX \1'OT WAR PL'RPOts O.)IY. art will take the form oi d.LSa-tf ?. t:X" SC, BOSIIS. a?. t, , a S -itbT 'A ZTAL'ad LtE wiltl be a CARGE n tht CO.N-I.IDA.TED REVENUE of , igON. a".) T';:; \YiWS FLiF.tE COMMONWFA.LTII or STATE STAMP DUTY and ?'I'0C1kS cr it 'LDS \wi.! It- a't'.:d rt PAFR in Inyern t cit Coinmonrwesth PROBATE and SUCV'$IN OYZY 1¶ UO& o arhori~'RuI~TRU5R) INVK~~rMFS~T. US?TAFStURV flOSL'S haoi n ra Y B.-N.nrTatio'..S otE £O. £100, £50. anrd :of 0 or0 STOCK H o t osciU in reiaal.J&L j'U-> md zner ltiple o t £10 crr £100. :LTR-ATVi A D.RT O x. RUS N LLA n DKC.Ic IZt Rember, 1 .13. - INTERElfST I'%Yhr.LE lI\LI'-YLIAIU.Y A\ FULL AIt~.F-VEAN"S INTEREST WILL RE INT orNTS payab ce . sDNEyi sl-t ) ?l. 11.+.?. 'r r at.en l o r? pril lloe. 11 . 3 per t met . 1?4i 3lt hay. 191$. ANY, t-iEA.L 01$U- TINSI A oIZ fI UTIRL dYPE LO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916

Special Show OF W SEASON'S GOODS AT Ellison Bros., 'LORS AND OUTPFITTERS. Rowe-street, Onyen. ,And inspect our New and Up S.at. Range of Latest Suitings Latest Novelties in Men's pr Prices to suit all rockets. I THE GLAD HAND : its the well-tailored man, and c~r tailoring is the Bee! I , .ust as easy to get the Best as pjoorest, so call at once and i leave your order wi*h us. e display of Felt Hats in all le?, also a large and magnificent assortment o. Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MIOVE , so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiteret, G-eengrocer, and Aerated Water Mann facturer. Fresh. Fruit and Vegetables Always on.. Hand. Cool Drinks. EXiCELSIaR BAKERY, OUYEN. .ARNOL D, AKER AND PASTRYCOOK. tQuality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Polard inany quantity at lowest rates. gent for Massey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans SWaiting for a Shave AT Smith's i:a Hhirdresd...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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What About It? [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916

What Ibout It? The article below is from Balla rat "Echo" of 8th inst. Farmers will be intensely interested, and we think prompt action should be ta ken to emphatically orotest against any action in the direction asked by the millers' combine. On Wed nesday night last, M~r- a. AS. Ken yon. in an interview on the Ovyen railwa} station, said the most that farmers could expect for their wheat this year is 3/6 per bushel. This will be a big disappointment, but MIr. Kenyon emphasised his forecast by saying that if wheat was going to be 7/ or 8/ a bushel in Great Britain 10 or 12 months hence., it was a bad look out for everyone. If that forecast is cor rect, we want to know if the far mers are prepared to allow the Minister to deal ith their wheat as if it was their own ? There is a way to get over it. and that is by a public protest, not only from On I yen, but from every wheat growing centre in Australia. If Mr.Hagel thorn agrees to this scandalous pro posal, other States will be set a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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[ACARD.] [?] H. M. Mest[?], A.L.C.M. Teacher of Piano, Violin and Theory. Ouyen Coffee Palace. The Ouyen Mail. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916

A : R -3 AL.QM. T-. her of Pie. Xkiin ardi TheCry. O.ye CAL Feiklce.., wrennsahky J ? N. -i. '191 c· i;et.oca erd G'e.sejral.l --ecriyuritg ,?rd --Ce .bg t deli erdi~t to th eI kl ncrui ?-t corn. ni.tte pretty fuu dy, a i the inves?-?ar tigtie sdb-c u:.tiittee js kept asy.. Au er ier Is' t.eeU issued thsitiio 1gfieres tue to be supplied to' tbe ptess, s it is between jyon anda your costience sS to wbat your reply is Ecnt tiat 50.ti000 numthe foU3i. nd the neces.sar-y reinforsc~lee kept np. ctberwise slI - e Lshe eoue is thrown away. D"T you tacy tlrowing aw-ay ail yoi have done in your ordinaryx waik of life ? The weather clerk is determined we shall not forget what se-.-n it is. Following on a comparaive-ly mild week, Saturday wa-rmed nop, but Sunday capped all. The ther mnometer gradualy climbed thelad der, and various sitnauion- gave va:ying readinugs, but we feel saf in saying 1I4 was the shade reg-s irer. But it didn't m: tter whethe you were in the shade or not, for the fierce...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Boinka Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 January 1916

Boinka Bits.   The crops in this district are turning out better than expected. ,he ra;e per acre will probably t e !ess than five bags. One r-'cr c''A e'- off 150 acres for 909 S-:1-e Ias another :.150 acres 'an 'ch he expectsto be a tte tter. There are many simi ,r ,-rri It is now estimated that Spno i will be delivered at the tlly ' stat on. ______ I~··-··

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

Local and General. There was a good attendance at the meeting called for Monday night last to organise the move ment for the reception of soldiers on their return. Mr. A. W. Coo per occupied the chair, and the subsequent discussions showed no lack of appreciation of the efforts of our bops who have been, are, or intend to do their share of fighting at the front. Mr. J. T. Willough by was asked to accept the position of secretary to the movement, and all present agreed to do their share. All future receptions will take the form of a conversazione, and a uniform admission fee of 1/ will be made. A refreshment committee { as formed, so that matters are now on a properly organised foot ing. i. A special general meeting of the [. Ouyen branch ot the P.L.C. is ad vertised for Friday night. The ordinary meeting will be held on Monday next. Be Prepared. Nothing is more effective for allI bowel troubles than Chamberain's Colic and Diarrhean Remedy- Everyfamily should keep it at hand and thus...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Going To Help. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

Going To Help. There was a large congregation at the Ouyen Methodist Church on Sunday night, when Messrs. W. Castle (missionary) and R. Vines conducted the service. Each is now a private in the Empire's Army. No longer do we talk of I England's, or even Britain's, Ar my ; we use the broader term that conveys so much to us. We are .ecognised as part of the Empire, and our contribution is from An zac. It is a new word, but full of meaning, and one that will live in L history. Anzac--that word which gave the world a new centre. It may be wiped out as a settlement, but as a hallowed and historic spot ever dear to Australasia, "It is a noble story. Proclaim it far and wide, and let your children's chil dren re-echo it with pride." Little did the writer of those lines think cow applicable they would be And the name is going to stick. No matter that the scenes which made the name and the reason for it are now of no value, there is: work elsewhere, and as it was done in Gallipoli, so will i...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Soil Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

Soil Temperature, During a demonstration before some 500 farmers at Rutherglen Experimental Farm in November, Mr. Richardson, Director of Agri culture, expiainedthat from the re cords already taken, one inch of rain, if it could be all utilised by the crop and none lost in evapora tion from the soil, would produce 2.5 bushels of wheat, 3.6 bushels of barley, 1.3 bushels of oats, 2,6 bushels of peas. It would be seen from these figures the immense im provement possible in Victorian agriculture. The great part of the wheat area of Victoria has a rain fall of about 10 inches in the grow ing period of wheat. By careful fallowing we find, by actual field tests, that in normal seasons an extra 3 or 4 inches of rain can be conserved from the preceding year. This brings the average effective rainfall up to 13-i4 inches. Under the beat conditions for farming, however, about one-third of the soil umoisture is lost in evaporation duri:ng the growing period; conse quently. this leaves 9 inches ...

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A Commonwealth Debt. AND POSSIBLE SOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

A eommonwea.h a5-', AND POSSIBLE SOLUTION. The following extract from a report of the Principal of the Doo kie Auricultural College (Mr. Pye) needs no comment from us. He writes: The problem of the returned soldier is a biz and important one which, in the near future, will oc cupy the co-operation of all sec tions of the community-agricul tural, professional, commercial and artisan. So much do the people of the Commonwealth owe to the her-es of the Dardanelles that there should be a united spirit in helping the Government to rapidly develop and organise sources for these men to make independent' livelihoods. The problem associa ted more particularly with the maimed, and those enfeebled in constitution, in itself will occupy much thought. The rural indus tries, especially the minor ones, will in all probability be of much interest to many of the men, and from their physical disabilities it cannot be expected they can go in to distant and unsettled districts and be contented or succee...

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Death Of Mr. A. Valentine. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

Death Of Mr. A. yalenti On Tuesday of last week, d, removed from our midst oe i those we can ill afford to ?,i Quiet, unassuming, but o there when his aid was requ ir the townsman we miss much ? than we perhaps realise at the ~ ment. The lives of some pFe, are marked with the glare and blare of publicity ; others in th quiet, unobtrusive manner whi marks the man and marks the h r There lived in Ouyen almostsi the first settlement, Mr. A Va tine, baker and caterer, and ger? man. Never grasping, but al' ready to lend a helping hand , saw the best and the worst of ti and it is to his glorious menc that when things looked bad times were hard, he did what L: few others thought of-ket do the price of the staff of life he had every opportunity (and tl right, some people will affirm) asking practically what he plea In all matters of assisting pra: worthy or deserving objects he ever foremost, and the various rat riotic movements in Onyen and'i trict have felt the benefit of practical help. ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

M. COTTER I NVITES you to inspect the following Lines ---Groceries Drapery, Produce, Wire, Iron, and Timber etc., tWhich she has in Stock at her Stores at Onyen, Underbool, Linga, Notice To Farmers. AVING been appointed agent at Nunga for the Victorian Produ cers' Co-operative Company, the under signed is prepared to buy wheat under the Pooling Scheme at Nunga station. W. Little. .S"rr `tff, MAUJUE L T110225 .$orded by the Dental Board of Vetoria. Large and extensive exrerience in all parts oI Victoria. atan in Souta Auatraiia and New i B~Eth Wales. Bridre and Creow Work. Gold Fillin=s and Inlays. Arifri=l Set. of Teeth. Gold Inset Teeth, Tfrom i/14/-. ra.ch Sur zery at AieSrt ?ark. Melbourne. W. E. THO SAS a.knowledged by the prese to bh the grest eat exponent of Painless i)ontistry in .\1u tral!i. Absolutely pnlnie-s extrattiins. THE DENTIST TWITH THE LARGEST PRACTICE IN AUSTRALIA. ONLY WHOLESALE I3IPOETER OF TIlE BIYAUTIFUL ENGLISH & AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Mr. Thomas ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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What About It? [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

What About it? "Full up" wants to know: Sir,-In the last issue of MAIL appeared an interestingl ; to say startling-article under th above heading. Farmers have bch very busy discussing the mnta ever since, but there does nut sec to be anyone ready to take theni' tiative and find out the intention, have watched the daily paIpers carefully ever since the artgj brought the suggested robbery .j to your readers, but all is qui"t the samne tactics are adopted i those in authority as by our Ar5 leaders, this silence is sujn M When big things are pendin'g, get no news, and it might be gested that the Minister ho generously promised ourr w'1atV t the millers is adopting tactics am just about full up of this g of do as I tell you. I want to as to what disposal my pro ie is to receive and I think there Sothers of the same mind. Can Tone say what has been, or is ; to be done in this important itr'rof gristing ? The Imperial ýhorities are to take 20,000 tons month, instead of that quantity wheat...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

70R SaIe.-Two farm waggons, wide tyres, good order. Apply W. John son, Ouyen. -?OR Sale.--our-roomed galv. iron house on a corner block of %acre opposite police station, Murrayville. Apply, Geo. P. M1ann, General Carrier, Pinnaroo, S.A. LOST.-On Thursday last, a Gold Brooch. Reward on return to M.AIL of?ice, or R. Brooks, Onyen. T T ý. Ouyen Branch. A Special .J. _. . . General Meeting will be held at the Library on Friday next, 28th, at 8.30 p.m. Business important. D. M'Innes, Hon. Sec. ) T OUVEN BRANCH. Next L .J.*J. Meeting at the Library, Monday, 31st January, at S p.m. All members attend. Important business. D. M'rENNs, Hon. Sec. -TRAYTED into my paddock, chestnut colt, branded L near shoulder, four white legs, patch white on belly and blaze on face. Owner can have same by paying expenses to T. Dowsley. near Hopkins' Tank. THANKS.-Mr. Thos. Weston, Galah, wishes to tender hearty Thanks to all those who assisted in beating out the recent fire on his block, especially Mr. Hickev...

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Government Wheat Scheme. HINTS TO REMEMBER. INTERIM RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

Government Wheat Scheme. HINTS TO REMEMBER. INTERIIM RECEIPTS. nterim receipts cannot be cashed placed to vendor's credit. They only a temporary receipt from agents. Only wheat certificates ned by the Government are ne tiable. WHEAT CERTIFICATES. Wheat certificates may be collec Sby a bank, (in cases where they ve not already been sent for by e agents) by the vendor endors- t his interin receipt--Please d to the Bank of - Limited, Sibourne, the wheat certificate to t issued in respect of this Receipt t wand signing his name under ;th. ,Care must be taken that the re pit is endorsed exactly as the t !me is spelt by the agent on the ?e of the receipt. SURPLUS CERTrIFICATES. 'Surplus certificates need not be tatched from certificate for ad nce, as the bank will hold them safe keeping on behalf of the ! ;stomers. No charges of any description e made by the local bank for ?dling or collecting any of the ,ve documents, and no exchange charged on the wheat certificate bed by the Bank of Vi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

COMMONWEALTH "jq OF AUSTRALIA £,100,0,00 44 pev cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 PRF!CE OF ISSUE, PAR. THE LOAN IS TO BF. UTTITlTD FOR WAR PURPOSS ONI.Y. and will take the formn of either INBC RiBD STOCK or Ti?ASURIY BONDS, at opio:1 of Suhscriber. Both (CAPITAL and INTEREST wilt be a CHARGE on the CONiOIADATED REV-\.NrE of the COMSIION" r ATIIH. BONDS and TItANSFERS FREE or COMIMONWEALTH or STATE STAMiP DiTY and IZTEREST FREE OF INt OME TAX. STOCKS or lbiNDS whii 1e accepted at PAR in payment of Commonwealth PROLATE ond SUCCESSION DLTY- The Stock is an authorised TRUSTEE INV'ST1EFNT. TREASCT?R BONDS issed in denominations of -£1. 00, 1 £O, and £1,000, or K INSCRIBED in namounts of £?33 and multiples ot £1O omer £100. REPAYABLE AT PAR ON 15Th DE-CEMEIK:R V1,2. INTEREST PAYABLE iALF-YEARI.Y. A FULl. HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAYABIE ON 15th JUNE, 1916. INSTAIfMENTS payable as followsr : £10 per cent, on applicatioi. ",£I5 per etr,. on ?Sth February, 191 £5) pier cent on 3st March, 1916. £2.5 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

OPI W SEASON'S GOODS AT Ei son Bros,, , LORS AND OUTFITTERS. !Rowe-street, Ouyen. *ad inspect our New and Up ate Range of Latest Suitings Latest Novelties in Men's Prices to suit all pockets. THE GLAD HAND its the well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the 3est i -iust as easy to get the Best as poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. ne display of Felt Hats in all es, also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE , so call and inspect our Stock at once. j. GREAT Z. ruiterer, Go eengrocer, and Aerated Water Manu facturer. resh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. AKER AND PASTRYCOOK. SQuality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIAITY. Flour, Bran and Pollard inany quantity at lowest rates. gent for Massey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. artram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's ,ra Hiairdessing Saloon. (Next Waters' Hotel). OWE-1strR...

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The Ouyen Mail. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, 1916. Time To Wake Up. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

-WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26. 1916. Time To Wake Up. "The war occupies a very big past of the thought of the people. I This is not only right, but natural. It tooms big, and will do so for months to come. It is the one thing ycu rmust give to-that is directly. Indirectly it will be as well to watch things before hand ing out freely-see where your free. will offerings are going. But this is not the subject we inte-:d dealing with just now. Tn the ;,-es of tihe! city dweller, and unfcrtutnnately, those of the big bulk of our State' legislators, there is only one State in the Commonwealth-Victoria ; in that State there is only one port -Melbourne. The politicians ad mit there are other depressions in the coast. Westernport. one of the finest harbors in the world, and rightly coming into its own after the war; Warrnambool, where sops have been thrown to the people by the absolute waste of money on a breakwater ; and Portland, where, unless people get a move on, more waste is to be made. In sayin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 January 1916

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. I" rRS. VALTNTINE and Family de .I sire to tender hearty THANKSfor expressions of sympathy, as expressed in letters, telegrams and by personal service, and more particularly to Dr. Hart and Mrs. Oke, in tIheir recent sad bereave mnent. Ouyen, 24/1/'16.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 February 1916

Commonivcaltb%5Lank autrl HEAD OlHLL LYDSNEY ",a General Ban?ing Business ,," CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALI~ , and LONDON Cable rem-ittane-si made1 to. on·? d!rftsr drlrwn on famign p:aces dIrrect. Foreign bills neot:iater. md co!!exted. Le rer o- reLjt isnl t. o a y perArt of the world. B.Lnk:rr C and: Exeb:a nye )Bushee di Lvery ·ev- iption tra~1:n-sce with:in ther LCom :lll::- .t:h , UnTed KSingd >n i lhma d. Current accunts cpene-d. Inte:es: pvd on fixed depolst. Advai-ces ma~le againit appmrove securitie·. Savings Ban?t D~epartn~ment B~A~NCHES in the chief centres and AGENC!ES at over Post Cotices Intcrcst at 3o/ S inimum /55t in Aus?a;i pe" an-um n i" Deposit and Papua up to CSOO INTERSTATE &nd TYERN ATIONAL myzm flian TwIttles JAME XEL Imarees~ene n-- 2:3DZl' 'I N"LLLER iovrnor W. LESLIE PARK D & ON, SOLICITORS, PICKERING-STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitors to the Shire of Walpeup.., ADVANCES ARRANGED £E ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS .' Mutrrayville and all...

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