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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

Special Show :%v SEASON'S 'GOODS AT Ellison Bros,, LORS AND OUTFITTERS. Rowe-street, Ouyen. - and inspect our New and Ui.c ,-Date Range of Latest Suitings Latest Novelties in Men's year Pricey to suit all pockets. THE GLAD HAND -tsthe well-tailored man, and v our tailoring is the Best! it is lst as easy to get the Best as pe poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. ~ae display of Felt Hats in all tes, also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE Sow, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GR -A T Z. Fruiterer, Gi eengrocer, and Aerated Water Manu facturer. Fresi Fruit and Vegetables Alwayns on Hand. Coo! Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. SARNOLD, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. est Quality 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 and cream cans as Waiting for a Shave AT Smith...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

Local and General. The "Journal of Agricnlture'' for February is of particular interest to farmners on accmnt of the splendid reading matter in it. Just atj -this juncure, the opening article is cwhat every man inthe Mallee should ,read. Mr. H.M'Clelland,of Berriwillock 1has sold 6000 acres of his property to Messrs. Amos Bros., of Geelong, at an average price of £5 per acre. Mr.. M'Clelland has purchased .poqperty near Geelong. An extraordinary surgical oper ation has been successfully per fo'~md onr wounded soldieratSun dcr:rnd (FrT:gland' hospital. When at the front a piece of shrapnel1 . str ck hire on the head, dislodg ing a' pi,'-e of bone. The sur geoos tocl. 'trips of bone from the patient's .iint and fitted them into the cavity . lich was three inches ?y four a" da: quarter inches. Thel e?ew pon?g nitted with that of the sklll, aud c patient rapidly recov ered 'H now going about in igh'i' -rd, barring a scar on tl:e Lher c his hair covers, showI s r' .the injury he had Heav...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OUYzN MAIL who do not receive their Papers regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in writing. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 23. 1916. I

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

The War. One of the important consequen ces expected from the Russian cap ture of Erzerum is a revolt in Con stantinople. Already the report comes that there is disorder in the Turkish capital, and that the anti war party has again been stirred to action. The Russians are pursu ing the Turks fleeing from Erzer um, and inflicting terrible slaugh ter. There is little news of the im portant operations in west Flanders where the Germans several. days ago succeeded in making an im pression on the Brttish salient at Ypres. Everything points to a great German offensive against this and other sectors on the west ( front. Mr. Bonar Law has informed an American correspondent that Great Britain's resources are so great that she has not yet begun to feel to feel the strain. He believes that 'there will be an economic entente after the war.. In a speech at Ot tawa on Saturday, Mr. Hughes (Australian Prime Minister) de clared that Germany would never again -set her foot in Australian commerce. Th...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

NO FAMINE AT COTTER'S. You cain ity it Iby the lh. or bag at cheapest rates. Also all other lines of Grroceries. Flour Bacon. Pollard. Potatoes. Onions and Molasses. -At Underbool and Linga there is also a good stock of Drapery. Timber. Wire, Iron, Etc. iDon't make any mistake in address : Ouven. Underbool. and Linga. Notice To Farmers. IAVING been appointed agent. at I Nunga for the Victorian Produ cers' Co-operative Company, the under signed is prepared to bixy wheat under the Pooling Scheme at Nunga station. W. Little. Special Notice. TfHE Victorian Producers' Co-operative Co., Ltd., has been appointed Go vernment agents under the Wheat Pool- I ing Scheme. Support your own comn panv.--W. Johnson. Local agent.. FARMERS! O=--PERATE ! The undersigned, having been appointed Agent at Walpeup for the Victorian Producers' Co-opera tire Company, is prepared to ac cept delivery of wheat under the Pooting Scheme, and transact any other business on behalf of the Company.-C. P. MILLS. Notice...

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Galah Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

Galab Sports. The above sports meeting was held on Wednesday last in the pre sence of a fair crowd. The day was very hot, but this fact did not in any way minimise the ultimate successful issue. Secretary Fitz gerald and his committee had ev erything in tip-top order at the opening event, with the result that there were no hitches during the afternoon. The fields in both foot and horse races were fair, and fine finishes were witnessed. The spe cial train from Ouyen brought a fair contingent, and should pay for itself. A word of praise is due to Miss Summers, who had the lun cheon booth, for the really high class meals which she placed before the public. Mr. W. O'Connor had charge of the publican's booth, and his staff was kept busy all day. There was a fair attendance at the dance at night, and a big day was brought to a tired but happy end. The committee expect to show a profit of some £28, which is very satisfactory. Following are the results of the various events:- . Hack Race. J...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

Shire Of v ?alpe*p. -oTICE is hereby given that, after te expIirat.i of fourteen days S arct, next ensuing, any person -l IIe onner of UNREGISTERED lioJ litble to a penalty for suclh:, _ De IM," In?,pector will attend at' the -~The o,.? ,;en~ for the.purpose of re ire REGISTRATION FEES be Ist and i15th March, 1916, during ce hours A. J. STEPHENS, Shire Secretary. _llire Offices. l0oo IN PRIZES £1000 Melbc urne Eight Hours' Art Union. ,cLltolle(lged to be one of the most uine of all the Art Unions ever held. Iran Fe:e, Bazaar, and Art Union In of the Charities (Town and Country). -lixhibition Buildings, Melbourne. IONDAY, 10th APRIL. EIGIIT HOURS ART UNION. o0 pRIZES VALUE £io000. \Vorks of Art by Australian Artists. st Prize Oil Painting £500 rd prize Oil Painting £100 r1d Prize :ui Painting £50 :i 97) thiers ranging in value from £20 NorT.- -The comnlittee'are purchasing jii paii"g for the pictures the amounts W hich they are valued as above stated. - rder, however, to' fully satis...

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Woomelang Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

Woomelang Picnic Races. The sudden drop in the mercury on Friday night made matters mulch pleasanter from the patron's point of view, but the dust fiend did his best to upset the joy of the above race meeting on Saturday. Entries were fairly good and some of the finishes exciting. In the Pony Race, Miss Warmington won in the last stride. The Trot was unfortunate. The public was ev- enly divided in its choice between Simon and Osterlitz, but at the four furlong post in the second mile, the latter stopped, and Simon won by about a furlong. The stewards met, and without troub- ling to take evidence, declared it no race. In the Hack Race, 13 started, Gaalanungah winning all the way. Following are the de- tails : Trial Stakes, of £4, 6 fur.   Lundie, 9 0 (A. Kelly) ... 1 Zinco, 9.0 (O'Halloran) ... 2 White Stockings, 9.0 (Horn buckle) 3 Lady Ezma, Nullawarre, and Fouderite also started. Won well. Flying Handicap, of £5, 6 fur. Fair Monica, 9.3 (Kelly) ... 1 I Keep, 9.3 (Doug...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Series Of Accidents. ONE FATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 February 1916

Series. Of Accidents. ONE FATAL. The week just passed was once more than ordinary in experience   so far as Ouyen is concerned Three accidents, one fatal and the other two serious, occurred while Woomelang provided one to wind up the week. Last Tuesday, Mr. W. Ackland a farmer at Galah, had his leg bad- ly broken. He had just delivered a load of wheat, and was going home when he sat down on the shafts of the waggon to eat his lunch. For some reason one the horses in the shafts lashed out causing a bad fracture below the knee. The horses then bolted. Mr. Ackland, though severely han- dicapped by his injury, pluckily held them and drove them back to Galah where he arrived in a faint- ing condition. Dr. Hart was in prompt attendance, and after the limb was set the sufferer proceeded to St. Arnaud Hospital, accom- panied by Rev. Irvine, where he is doing as well as can be expected. A SAD FATALITY. The town and district was s~c ed on Thursday evening when weo went round that...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, :rnd LON?DOC N Cabi r:nit:aneces m?te to, and draft, drawn on forei"n place direct. Foreign bills nI ,-,tiatý.t and Lr.:,cred. Letter" of cr:edit isued t, any' part of the wvortd. ttoa t.d K i t?; d e ar !d obr, od. C u rrent se,.c ro nts ope:ed Interest p.t r i o urt sen de pit . U Advancet manie aoainet approved .e urutie BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over Minimum 2550 in Au?, li pe- C an.u. /o), /" Deposdit and Paopua up 0o ?-OO LTERSTrATE and INTERNATIONAL r?a?r: lank Fcliti?, W. LESLIE AR & N, SOLICITORS, PICKERING-STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of Walpeup.X ADVANCES ARRANGED ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS .01 u:nrrayville and all intervening stations visited every Thursday . and Friday. 'I - - . -. --- ? R. e. HART, .D,.. " KARNATICK." MITCHELL-STREET, OUYEN. HOURS : 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 daily, 2.30 p.m., to 4.30, 7 toS p.m--Sundays excepted Vaccinationus Every Saturday 10.30 a.lm. 1 DENTISTRY.J J. W. BROW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

OF `EgW SEASON'S :.OODS AT Elison Bros,, rAiLORS AND OUTFITTERS. Rowe-street, Ouyen. Call nd inspect our New and Up CaoDate Range of Latest Suitings ad Latest Novelties in Men's Near Price, to suit all pockets. THE GLAD HAND aaits the well-taiiored man, and our tailoring is the Best It islust as easy to get the Be5t as the poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. A fine display of Felt Hats in all Wtyles, also a large and magnificent ssecrtment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE Now, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiterer, Gleengrocer, and Aerated Water Lrann facturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool` Drinks. EXCELSIOR SAMERY, OUYEN. E. ARNOLD, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. Bet Quatlity 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 and cream cans No Waiting for a Shave AT ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

Local and Gererl/. The attention of shopow.vnrs is called to an advt. elswhEre in this issue, drawing attention to the fact that the annual registration fee is now due. It will be just as well to; pay up promptly, flaunting the law -is mostly an expensive amusement. Cowangie Sports Club is preparing for the great Easter cacnival oni April 24th. This annual fixture isi ,looked forward: to eagerly though-! out the district, and it is quite on: the cards that special arrangeDents will be made for the convenence of patrons from the eastern side of the shire. It was inadvertently stated in last issue that there would he a sitting of'Ouyen Country Court' yesterday. . This was through misreading of the S: date. Instead of29th February, the ,, court sitting is fixed for March 29. We trust no one has been * inconvenienced. The new advertisements in this issue are of the usual varied and interesting nature, therefore worth you attention. Harry Craig's Players are an nounced to be at Ouyen on ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

To SzuzsTrs rs. Subscribers to the OUrES Ml.;rr. whO do not receive their Papers reguar-ly ar' Skindly requested to at once notify in writing. - WEDNESDAY. MAR. 1, 1916.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

c-000 IN PRIZES -300 Melbourne Eight Hours' Art Union. Acknowledged to be one of the most genuine of all the Art Unions ever held. Grand Fe e, Bazaar, and Art Union In aid of the hI:arities ( Town and Country). Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne. MONDAY, 10th APRIL. EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION. 100 PRIZES VALUE X;1000. Works of Art by Australian Artists. 1 st Prize Oil Painting £500 2nd Prize Oil Painting £100 3rd Prize Oil Painting £50 and 97 others ranging in value from £20 NOTE.--The committee are purchasing and paying for the pictures the amounts at which they are valued as above stated. In order, however, to fully satisfy the public and subscribers of the bona fides of the art union, and that, in their opin ion, the pictures are worth these prices, the.committee offers (if applied to with in one month from the drawing of the art union) to find purchasers for any of the winners of the first three prizes for the amounts at which they are valued. The art union will be drawn at Sp.m. on Tu...

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Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

ItWalpeup Shire eouncil. At the ordinary monthly meeting on Thursday, held at Murrayville, there were present Crs. Farrell. Pickering, Mossop and Hecht An aDology was read from Cr Glen. Cr. Pickering was voted to. the chair. CORRESPONDENCE. The Lands department stated that the staff surveyor had been instructed to survey the deviation through Anaerson's hold;ng. Dan yo. Ratepavers at WValpeup asked to be allowed to do some scooping, and let the amount go to pay rates, but this cannot be agreed to, and tenders will be called later on. Mr. D. Clarke, Cowangie, was agreeable to the terms of fencing at his place as laid down at last meeting. Traralgon shire wrote protesting against the allowing out of intern ment of Rudolph Schmidt. a late emplove in the post office at that town.- Councillors Were unani mous in supporting the request, Cr. Hecht mentioning that he was of German descent, and conse quently considered disloyalty on the part of an Australian born em phatically of the worst s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

, PI'LICATIONS :are invii.,l tfr.i os Biness Firms or Local Agents es tablishled in ()Oven to take up a first class Machinery Agency for this district. A vavable adjunict to an-y energetic v: or ker. Apply to "Machinerv," care- of the office of this paper. N OTICE is hereby given that it is the intention to dedicate as Timber Reserve 3,908 acres of Crown land in the Parish of Timberoo, County of K-ar karooc, more particularly described in Diagram No. 222 with the Schednle which first appeared in the Victorian Government Gazette, 18th January, 1916. T. LIVINGSTON, Minister, of Forests. XW. HUTCHINSON, Minister of Lands. REGISTRATION OF SHOPS. (N or before the 14th March in each year every shopkeeper is -required by the Factories Act to register his shop (under a penalty of £10 for default) by posting or delivering to the Chief Inspec tor of Factories, Melbourne, a properly filled in form, with the prescribed fee. i Forms obtainable froni any Inspector.of Factories or at any Police St...

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Tutye Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

Tutye Sports. It has been said that the disr: tion of the people in the Malle like~ the climate-sunny-a.-? cent happenings in this portLin; the Hun's ambition certainil this out. The casual observer, didn't know, would certainly?ne think that a short twelve niz, ago the people of this part of A. tralia were in the throes of md plied anxiety on account of worst drought in history, sup,. posed on an unparalelled war. T is the way some have, anl the\l leeite typifies the genus. OncetI difficulty is past; the dispcsit,;1 to forget it. And so it would - pear to be the rule to eat. drink ai be merry. Canse enough to bea xions we all have at the pre., moment, when what appears to a supreme effort on the part of arch enemy of civilisation is bei made; cause enough for anxietvy our own midst as to the ultima outcome of the wheat pooling ag financial scheme; and not a litt anxiety as to the future. SQiM wonder, then, that the people s-, on a little respite for the mind st as is provided by a ...

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P.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

P.L.o. At the usual fortnightly meeting f :he Oaven branch of the 'above lyon MEondty night, there was good attendance. Correspondence included a letter om the executive thanking the ranch for expression of sympathy the loss sustained by the death the late nresiddnt, Mr. L. ohen. The secreta y to the Wheat Com i?ion, in reply, stated that de ,ctions from certificates on ac unt of cornsacks are made by irectioi of the Board of Lands and arks, which holds the liens' on .e crops to which the certificates piv. If any further information s desired, the Branch was re ired to the Secretary for Lands. The following extract from the Age" of 24tb February, was ad :-Among other matters re rred to yesterday by the Minister Agriculture in respect of the ,eat scheme was a request he had reived from the Political Labor ouncil at Ouyen for information gardinig the remuneration it is tended to pay memLers of the heat board for har-dling the har t. The Mlinistkr said he was at certain whether the inq...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

rThe Wheat Scheme:. Look out, dar, dot,' you under _,tl ? Look out, dar, I'se agwine ter shoot ! The farmer is a long suffering animal, and the above couplet,from an old American nigger- freedom song, about fills the position. The farmer is always goiug to do some thing, but generally gives the other fellow such careful warning' that before the necessary action is taken all danger of anyone getting hurt except the farmer-is past. From the inception of the present grand wheat pooling scheme, there have been- sundry hits at the farmer which made him squirm, but the hitting back has been such that the blows reached only empty air. He sees his cornsacks accounts collec ted by the Board at no cost to the seller; he sees his wheat. going to China and Japan, in the shape of flour, at a lower price than what it is sold to his compatriots in Britain and Europe; and ,now he has to stand a reduction for home con sumption without any apparent be nefit to anyone, except the~philan thropic gentle...

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Linga Lisps. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 1 March 1916

Linga Lisps. The weight of wheat at ,ur rail way yard rapidly increases, arid the stazks grow apace. At present some 30,000 bags await transport to the seaside, but many farmers are still in the throes of carting, winnowing, and, in some instances, barely finished stripping, so there must be a good many thousands of bags yet to come. The average for the district appears to be from four to six bags The new school building is now complete, haying been passed by the inspector on Wedneseay last. So soon as the new furniture arri ves the teacher and scholars will move into. more comfortable quar ters. Dame Rumor has it that one of our district farmers has let his farm anu inte:nds Lbilding a shop and residence in the town. If the Jade -.oesn't lie. t'is means anothestore for a share of the trade. Yet another of our residents haa enlisted in the Empire's caune, this being M.,r. j. Helyar.

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