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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

81000 IN PRIZES 1O Mielbourne Eight Hours' Art Union. Acknowledged to b1, 'tne of the most gevuine of ,Ill the Art l nions ever held. ;rand Fe e. Bazaar. and Art Union In aid of the _ lharitites i rowu anld Country). Exhibition Bu.iin.gs. Mielbourne. MONDAY, 10th APRIL. EIGHT HOURS' ART UtIOR. 300 PRIZES VALUE L1000. Works of Art by Australian Artists. 1st Prize Oil Painting £500 2nd Prize Oil Painting £100 3rd Prize Oil Painting £50 :and 97 others ranging in value from £20 NoT·.--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 Iona fides of the art union, and that, in their opin ion, the pictures are worth these prices, the committee offers (if appliedl 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...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 8, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

Local and General. In connection with the recent sports meeting at Tutye, there was some trouble over the betting on the sheaf toss. The committee de cided at a meeting held recently to insist on the bookmakers refunding all bets cn Gleeson, and paying all wagers on Powell. It will remain tc be seeu if district clubs will en force this decision. The movement towards starting a fire brigade at Ouyen is to get a fresh start about the end of the current mnonth. A nunber of do nations were pronmied wben the collectors canvassed the town, and as the water reticulation scheme is Leing pushed on, those promisers -wivi scon be called on. No on: has a doubt as to the necessity for, nor the utility cf a fire brigade, so it is hored the donations will be ready. The meeting of the Ouyen P.L.C. on Monday night next is of more than ordinary importance as office bearers for the ensuing term must be nominated at that meeting. Matters in connection with the big sports and racing carnival next Wednes...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Lonely End. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

A Lonely End. * When travelling aIong there near Uinderbool railway stationa Friday, Mr . . J. Westh had ' attention -irawnr to the thick sc by the barkingof d'gs. Followii the sound, he came to a track i-o the camp of an old man namnedJ Martin, and going to where th dogs were keeping watch andra a gruesome sight was revealed. Ti corpse of the old man, in an ad~ai ced stage of decompos-tion. i the face almost entirely eaten ?'? by the dogs, lay on the track. was evident that death had ccc?e red on the previous Saturday,. the groceries which he had ee: , to the township to purcha.e rtr beside the bo:y, Decea-ed, a was 72 years of age. had re,.ti in the St. Arnaud district. DI Hiart, having previously atteniJ deceased, gave a cert:ficate ofdea: from natural causes. The rema~ were interred on S-turday in ti Utnderbool cemeterv. Messrs.A;" and Hatfield carrying out thefu-I ral.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

The Wheat Scheme. The Minister for Agriculture is satirical. The farmers-or their representatives-are objecting to the proposed reduction in the price of wheat for home :cnisumptionu Mr. Hagelthorn. with a calm disre gard to logic, says the reduction i: only a ha'vennv a bushel after all. Whether it is a ha'penny or the merest fraction of that coin, the fact remains that the whole burden falls on one class, and the cr- of the political party to which Mr. Hagelthorn belongs has ever been against class legislation or taxation. W'hy any one section of the corn munity should be compelled to pay a matter of nearly -850,000, while another much less deserving class is allowed to exploit the people to its heart's content is one of those things which makes even the dul lest mind active occasionally. Mr. Hagelthorn needs to get wise to the fact that you may fool some of the people all the time; you may fool ill of the people some of the time ; but you can't fool all the people all I the time....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOSPITAL TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

HOSPITAL TREATMENTF There have been -ome hiaR colored stories tola of the treated of the boys in hospital Ts how it strikes Pte. Charlie John?i who wrote. to .his sister under 29th. Januar-v.:-' ?. will gie ryd little accotCnt of how we aretresat For breakfast.we get porridge.t' eggs and bread and butter; for net, half a chicken and a plate cabbage and spuds; for tea, br and milk and bread and butter.? at 730 .cocoa and biscuits, so can. guess we are not starvea. have plenty of concerts and a:= ments in here : also some i French _girls -who bring us ca but the worst of it is they are' married. [Charlie got over t bout of sickness. but unfortuna: got another attack, and is back hospital again.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PTE. P. LAFRANCHI. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

PTE. P. LAFRANCHI. On Thursday night, the occasion was different. It was to bid fare well to one of our district recruits who has gone to train for a soldier of the Empire. This was Peter Lafranchi and the people paid him this honor as the opportunity would not offer again. Mr. Steele occupied the chair, and introduced sergt. Butterwood, the recrtiiting sergeant' for the district. This oicer made an appealing and pointed speech, in which he ap pfa!ed to the fit men to join the tanks of those who are striving to uphold the right The speaker has a good delivery, and showed a fine grip of his subject, and conclu ded by wishing the new soldier a gVood time at the front, and a safe return, giving Signaller Tom Skey hill's "Fallen Comrades" as a per oration. Mr. C. B. Walter made a stirring patriotic speech, extolling the spi rit which induced the recruit to en list and said we had everything to thank the British fleet for, but we must not be over condfident as there is plenty of wo-k to ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Poison Antidote. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

g poison Antidote. Forthe benefit of those wo Y oe at any time attacked by internally, we give some -t ino~rmation, pnblished by ri de Pa"rville in the "Annales ei. " t Litteraires," Paris. It let out in the Frenchman's article t the Japanese physician declare isimpossible for internal poisoning resunIt in death if the victim allow a quantiy of charcoal as a the first gastro-intestinal bo?c is felt. Dr. Thonery, French druggist (who lived about .year 1835) asserted that char J would counteract the poison of rchnine. No one believed him, Sto prove that he knew what he s talking about, he swallowed a se of strychnine, and then swal wed a large quantity of charcoal. e result bore out his assertion. : was not even made sick by it. is antidote must be taken when Sfirst symptoms of poison are tand the doses must be large. nri de Parville contends that it uld be well to test its powers in cesS of the nature of ptomaine ;suing.- It must be taken in sus sion in water and stirred while is tak...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Soldiers' Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

Soldiers' Letters. Writing from Bendino car friend "Agricola" says."? Ben igo camp is tip top a"& officers a sp!endid lot -no b, ers amona thcni, and snuart ?c all. We have the raceco.u train on; about three miles . the town and high anId a . tnts have boarded floors a?n Stucker is first rate. Weh" tv of amusemen Some -ed ladies have organised concC-t ties under the auspics of thne\ C.A., and when I t?li w., tha, best singers ot Bendi cin:e - you will understan the c cnc are worth attending. and thE free of charge. It is the intent of the authorities to allow thee to form parties of their friend?-s they can join together, have La food together, sail together, a when they get to the front. I bayonets and charge together. is well for those who intend e> ting to know this and form t~ own parties beforehand. Web a lot-of Mallee lads here; W'illica by, Dowdy, Fox and Co. are me in the same Company, andc ting on well. Bendigo is not ly so hot as Ouyen--and dac. need to bce..

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

I ZAl) OFFICE SYDNEY t General Bpank.ing Business "'n"i CITIESS and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON c':s r~mlittar~ees mad.·i to, and dlrats draw 2 on for n placs dirc._ FO~reiýn bi!14 n-.r·ia)st .e . tt ofr ti t ofu Ato V pat ofl the worhL Barting- and11 Probe ,;-4 !iine-· of e*ry ,i-<v pton c tm i-n- c hi thr- C-h,! nswe23h Ga-::e h:0::g>": n an - abrc-d Current .-o?t? openel I(terl : pV :,! on fiel deposi'- Adia3 "^ m-elr n i' »:n( : spproved (*rs i'-um Sa-~vns Bank' Department BRANCHES in the ch;er centres and AGENCIES at over Post Offices Intorest "at ?, De pini2mum 550 in Austr-alia per arxnn 3. " Deposit and Papua up to .330 INr :",TF: ? nd I:nTERNATIONAL ~ ~avin; Sn,, .Fa cili;ie W. LEiS A IE PARU 1&7 DON, SO LICITORS, PICKERING-STREET. - - OUTEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of Walpeup.' ADVANCES ARRANGED - £- ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS & Murrayville and all intervening stations visited every Thursday and Friday. R: R . HART, M.D., S " KARI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

or NEW SEASON'S GOODS AT EBlison Bros,, A~LORS AND OUTFITTERS. Rowe-street, Onyen. cll and inspect our New and UD .- Date Range of Latest Suitings Lad Ltest NooveltiCs in Men's Dr - ,- to suit all ncckets THE GLAD HAND the we?l?-tailored man, and our ai'oring is the B~st3! it is just as easy to get the Best as the poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. A fine display of Felt Hats in all styies, also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE Now, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water iann facturer. Fresh Fruit a-d Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN,. EL ARPNOL D BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. Best Quality Bread from Australian flour CATERINIG A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard inanay quantity at lowest rates. Agent for MIassey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans ,.' No Waiting for a Shave AT Smit...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

SDEATH. . RENxAN.-On 17th. February, 1916, at MIt. St. Evins' Private Hospital, Mfel bourne, Eileen, the beloved wife of Miclh abtl.Brennan, of Berri-illock ; youngest daughter of :i-.z. Farrell, of Nine Mile; sister of Pte. T. P. Farrell (Expeditionary Forcts). Mrs. C. Cummins (Emn), Mrs. M..Lynch (Geei't-~g), and Miss Mary Far rdll (Ouyen); .:ed 29 years. R.I.P. -'WEDNESDAY. MAR. 8; 1916.1

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The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OYEN 3 MAIL who do- =ot receive their-Papers regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in writirZ.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

ATS RIVERS AND WATER SUP- PLY COMMISSION. BIRCHIP. WANTED, from 300 to 400 good sound PINE POSTS, 7ft. to 8ft. vby 6 inches to 8 inches diameter, stripped. Forward particulars and to above office. Open until Wed- nesday, 22nd. inst.   H. S. MITCHELL. NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of the State Victoria in its Probate Jurisdiction Letters of Administration of the Es- tate of Robert George Storey, late of Ouyen, in the said State, Farmer, de- ceased, intestate, may be granted to Ralph James Storey, of Number 58, Stir- g street, Footscray, in the said State, r, the eldest brother and one of the tof kin of the said deceased. ted this Eighth day of March, 1916. W. LESLIE PARK & DON,, Proceors for the Applicant. ROBERT GEORGE .STOREY', DECEASEID. REDITORS are hereby required to send in full. particulars of ltheir ims without delay to the Administra ,sre of W. L...

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Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 8 March 1916

Farewell. Last week the residents of Onyen   were called together on two occa- sions to speed the parting guest. In each instance there was a tinge   of sadness, and in each instance the honor paid was justly due. These farewells are all too common just now, and we would gladly dispense with them, but circumstances com- pel the continuance. REV. J. A. IRVINE. On Tuesday night there was a goodly assemblage of adherents of the Presbyterian Church and friends at the Public Hall, where a fare- well social was tendered to the Rev. J. A., and Miss Irvine, prior to their departure for Woomelang, where,   for a time, the clergyman will offi- ciate. Mrs. Irvine was unfortu- nately unable to be present. Mr. Vines was voted to the chair, and Miss Hyder opened the pro- gram with an overture on the piano. Mr. W. Steele said he wished, on behalf of the Catholic portion of he community, the Caledonian So- ciety his family and personally, to assure Mr., Mrs., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

RECRU!TS WANTED. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Anyuone liable. such as those who have reached the age of 18 years since the issue of the War Census Cards, not having received such card, iMUST make application for one immediately, to the local Recruiting Conmmittee. In all cases, where candidates for recruiting are under the age of 21 years, the consent of Parents or Guardians, in writmnq, must be produced on seeing the Medical Officer. The Recruiting Office: will attend at the Court House, Ouyen, daily. and will deem it a Courteous and Friendly act if those who have an .wered No on their Census Cards will call on him and state their rea sons---In Strict Confidence, and Privately. These Persons have to be PERSON-ALLY INTERVIEWED by the Recruiting Sergeant, and it is an utter impossibility for him to see .them all at their place of resi dence. WILL THE MEN WHO HAlVE SAID YES, OR LATER, SEE THE MEDTCAL OFFICER FOR EXAMINATION AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE PLEASE. The Recruiting Sergeant will be pleased to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

1i OF ,, SEASON'S GOODS AT 13ison Bros,, KILORS AND OUTFITTERS. R~.we-street, Ouyen. ll and inspect our New and Up tDate Range of Latest Suiting' d Latest Novelties in Men's ear Price. to suit all pockets. TH1E GLAD IHAND aits the rwell-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Best ! tis just as easy toget the Best as ae poorest, so calI at once and leave your order with us. fine display of Felt Hats in all les, also a Iarge and magnifcent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE row, so call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water mann facturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. E. ARN OLD, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. Best Quality Bread from Australian flour CATERLING .A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard. inany quantity at lowest rates. Agent for Massey Harris farm imple mtents; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, Alfa Laval cream separators and cream cans No "Waiting for a ShIave AT Smith's...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

Local, and General. In a recent issue we mentioned that the price of paper had risenl cb6siderably. and now we feel it. A recent consignment landed cost just '7 per cent more than the previous one, of the same dimension. This means that it is absolutelyl compulsory to increase the price of job printing. and although we do not intend doing as some of the other provincial proprietors have done increase' the price of the MAIL we must'ask prompt settlement of accounts when rendered. You can help that way. ' The attention of furniture buyers and our readers generally is called to the special furniture supplement by R. Tunbridge & Sons of the well known Mamoth Furn ishing Arcade, Ballarat. Tun bridges ore makii:g a FseciaI price offering to country furniiture buyers. and visitors to Ballqrat are cordi ally invited to visit the big furn iture arcade and see for theims-elves the magnificent exhibition of beaut iful things for the home which includes everything essertial for up; to, ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OUVE- 3MAIL who do not receive their Paper% regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in writing.ESDAY MAR 1 WEDNESDAY. MAR. 15. 1916.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

£1000 z-, RIzzs £1000iO Melbourne Eight Hours' Art Union. Acknowledged to be one of the most geunine of all .the Art Unions ever held. Grand F'ee. Bazaar, antI Art Union In aid of the .harities (Town anti Country . Exhibition Buildi:ngs. Melbourne. MON)DAY, 10th APRIL. EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION. 100oo PRIZES VALUE £1000. Works of Art by Australian Artists. 1st Prize Oil Painting £500 2nd Prize Oil Painting £100 3rd Prize Oil Painting £50 :rand 97 others ranging in value from £20 NOTE.--The committee are purchasing antd paling for the pictures tile amounts at which they are valuted as above stated. In order, however, to fully satisfy the piublic ald subscribers of thte hona fides of the art union, and that. in their opin ion, the pictures are worth thiese prices,. the committee offers if applied to with in one month from thle drawing of -the "art union) to find purchasers for any or the winners of the first three prizes for the amounts at which they are valued. The art union will be dra...

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The Wheat Scheme. FARMERS PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

The Wheat Scheme. FARMERS PROTEST. Somewhere over tifty farmners at tended at the Ouyen Public Hall on Satrrdav night to discuss the proposal of the Government to give milers a bonus of at leat 9d. a bushel for whet ground into flour for local consumption. It was not I as big a crowd as could be expec ted, but there may have been causes to account for it, but they were not evident. Cr. H. W. Pickering was voted to the chair, and read the notice convening the rmeeting, and also the motion carried at the last meet ing of the council, which he asked the meeting to endorse. He said it was time the farmers got to work to stop the game. They must not take it all sitting down. First they had to stand a reduction of 2d. a bushel to the millers, 'and now they were told they had to stand another 6d. Cr. Farrell : Will it stop at 6d. ? Cr. Pickering replied that as they had taken everything so mild ly up to the present, probably the next reduction would be a shilling. In the leading article of...

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