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Ouyen Sports. NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

Ouyen Sports. : NEXT W~EDNESDAY. Intending competitors at the Ou yen Sports Carnival on Wcdnesday next are reminded that entries for the principal events close with the secretaries tonight. They ,are coming in freely up to the present. and indicctions point to a big day. The working bee on .aturdav was a fair success, and those pre sent put in a brisk time making ready. During the afternoon. Mr. Arnold, the baker, drove down in his cart and apologised for not be ing able to assist in the actual work, but he brought along a sup ply of tea and coffee all readyi brewed, and a quantity of eatables. This thoughtfulness was appreci ated by the workers, and you should have seen the good things disappear. Those who should have been present but failed to put in an appearance will be offerel Stheir opportunity on Tuesday next, when the work requires that finish ingtouch which spells cemplete ness. The Sports are on Wednes day, so everything must be fixed up b4 Tuesday night. Word has been rec...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

2l--~~rictEultura e·ollegesj. : At. i meeting of the Council of Education on the ist o0 March (Mr C.arlisle in the chair), it was resolved that upon receipt of a tentative plan of. subdivision of Lake Baker (Kerang district), the reseive of 700 acres be surveyed into approximately 50 acre allot ments to be offdred. for 30 years' lease. A report is being obtained from an officer of the State Rivers and W-ater Supply Commission as to a scheme ofirrigation at the Dookie College. ' The reFort follwinrg report for the month of February was submitted by the. Principal of the Dookie College. Theharvest has practically been icompleted, and the grain has been garnered in the barns or put under cover. Grading is proceeing to meet the strong demand for seed w?heat, which it is hoped will be available for. distribution by the end of March. Thatching of hay stacks is also in progress. Of the field crops on the farm the total output for the season of grain is as follows :-WVheat 9056 bush els; oa...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

Germ Disease. When you have a bad cold. c?td I ture beds thrt favor the development of germs form inthe throat. Thatis whyv achild is more likely to contr;act diptheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold. Pneumonta is also a germ disease and is coitracted in a like mnander. The longer the cold bangs the greater the danger. Cham herlain'is Cough Remedy being an expectorant cleans out these culture beds. and in tihat ,-ay Ireveunts iplneumonia anit|d other ernt dlisea.ses. Since the previous list, the follo wlng volutnteers have come forward in 1.alpeup shire :- Passed.-T. Porter, WV. Tay, P. Sexton, T. Sex ton, J M'Coriuack, T. Morrissey, A. Eyres, W. Dewar, H. Mossop, T. Rundell, F. Perrett, F. Favie. The disappoinited ones were-D. Cheyne, WV. Starr, T Julian, M. M'Farlanlle, L. Lawler, F. Lawler, and G. Freeland. One family in Ouyen offers five sons-others none. What wvill their answer he in the years to conime ? t.,ue uick. Thitere it italind ,Itlyote luffer i frot iull ack as ro...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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[?]elshman's Plains School. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

Welshman's Plains School. The people at Welshman's Plains which is one of the newer settle- ments of the Mallee) had a great e on 3rd. inst., when a big crowd assembled to celebrate the ning of the newly-erected and to-date school building. It was way back in November last that actual occupation took place, everyone has been too busy to take a day off, so the date   mentioned did just as well. Miss Elcock is the teacher, and her name will ever be associated with the school as the first teacher. Mr. nett, chairman of the school, started proceedings with an ad- ress, and Mr. Campbell also spoke. Saluting the flag by the scholars set the ball rolling for the active part. Races for the chil- dren and those of larger growth, interspersed with games, filled in the time merrily, and thanks to strenuous efforts of Messrs. W. ran.gh and Wandel, and others otook an active part, the cele- bration was made a great success. ternoon tea, partaken of in the shade of the trees, proved ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Boinka Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 15 March 1916

Boinka Bits. On Saturdey a working bee was held at Mr. Canny's farm, near Boinka, clearing and preparing the race track for the coming sports meeting. About 25 men turned It and performed good work. There are 30,000 bags of wheat icked at the railway station, and out 5?)1 have been trucked away. another 10,000 bags at least are expected before the season ends. and this is only a sample of what   will have when the good sea as really come, and the country   properly opened up. Readers will learn with concern and sympathy, that a wire from headquarters to his relatives states that Pte:. T. P. Farrell has been missing since August 8. The best hope is that he has fallen into the hands of the Turks, but the long delay in reporting the absence is a Plg that wants explaining.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

Commonwea~clt Jifank Eustmlia HR.D OFFICE SYDNEY fo. General Banking Business , " Ji' CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cuble r t-itr.nces m?de :. and idrfts drswn on foei~n piaces ,irect. Foreign bills ne o.iarn? r.u! n .r ".e-. Letter ,.t c-rd-iit i??li 1o ato ,- a r t t ot tbr , ,orl,. Be~nkin? ,.-d E?cba.ce :eli-sr'; - o(f -rers .-.torr ".l rs-3,a:cted r olt'!llis fire (olllris'lluwelh. tLn:ted !iinFdool ur.! o'-.A Corr·cnt ocounta opened. Interest ptloon fixed depoaat Adexnce. made £&x et upproved fes Deprtmen BR.N?KE3 in the chief centrts and AGENCIES at o er Post OfeCes Interest at o 1 inimum 2550 in 3ustraa er == u -- eosit and Papua up to O INTER.TATE and 1NTRNE4ATIO)N.AL xving? Bank Facilities ff45 5Kf --nre .I ** 7 IS 5 0 ILI.R . W. LESLIE PARK & ON, SOLICITORS, PICKERING-STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of Walpeup.Ž ADVANCES ARRANGED S ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWN'SHIP, BLOCKS .' Murrayville and all interv-ening stations visited every Thurs...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

15-c ^ Y-jhc)W E;, SEASON'S GOODS AT ' Ellison Bros,, rTILORS ANDOQUTFITTERS. Rowe-street, Ouyet,...?, a1i and inspect our New ~ a cnd.U Date Range of Latest Sutini D " test Novelties ine40k3 c - Prices to stit al. pockets - "" THE GLA-?S1tEK:-f - aits the well-tailored man, and our tailorin- is the Best tis jst as easy to get the B'St as e poorest, so call at once and Ie.ve vour order with us. Sne display of-^etfhtx-±in 'all Itr~s po a large and magnificent aso':,rtment of Latest Ties, IT'S YOUR *MO f 7 o-, so call and inspect our Stock a't-once. , . Fruiterer, Gi e roc d Aerated VVater "tant facturer. 'a.. Fresh Fruit and Vegetablev Always on srine:- . Cool' .. .. - -^ ^ ;÷ , i . .- . ' EXCELS IR BAKERY, B OUYEN:.. .. AR. BAKER AN_.DJASTRYCOOK. lest Quality Bread froin Australian flou CATERt'- 't SEE:CALT-Y. --T-T Flour, Bran Indl Polard ia n an.. , qnantit-at lowest rates Agent for 'Maser Harris farm impie ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas; Bartram :f.Ad Co, Alfa Laval cream separa...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

Local and General. Includ'd in a recent list of casu alies at the front is the name of Pte. C. 0. Perkins, of Ouyen. Wre trust the illness will be of short duration. As was anticipated at the time -a month ago-when Mr.W.Moore met with a serious accident at Walpeup, death enied his sufferings at Ballarat Hospital last week. Deceased was 53 years of age, and unmarried.. It is a big thing to say that a Mallee railway station won the de partmental prize for tree planting and decoration in the Maryborough district, but this honor fell to Boinka this year, and we congratu late the staff. When we get the water laid on in Ouyen,, our'station yard should become a thing of beauty as well as utility. A persistent, and apparently well grounded report says that Dr. Hart will be leaving vUtJyeh ff r fresh :iltds, on .Monday ixe't Can; t:c this disaster be avoided by s-y. :nus nt. al., The anbwer :i in your hands. .' You must be interested in the great number of new advts. in this Sissue. Read the...

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The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

- " To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OuYE-v MAIL who do not receive their Papers regularly are. kindly :quested to at once notify in writing, . WEDNESDAY, MAR. 22, 1916.i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

1,, .. . '? -!?? J,? >.??, .:.. -a ?" ,% ::j - ;::c li: e. such as those who have ,reached the age of 18 ..-ars e ~tuc of the WVar Census Cards, not having received such card, miake application for one immediately, to the Iocal Recruiting ttee. rn all c-ses, where candidates for recruiting are under the S thIe consent of Parents or Guardians, in writnnu, uist 1ctd on seeing the Medical Officer. ..cru•iting Office: will attend at the Court House, Ouyen, daily, c11leent it a Courteous andi;Friendly act .if those who have an No on their Censu' Cards will call on him and state their rea in Strict Confideuce,'and Privately. These Persons have to- be NALL Y INTERVIEWED by the Recruiting Sergeant,'and it tter itnossibility for him to see them all at their place of resi ' nw. MEN WHO HAVE SAID YES, OR LATER, SEE --EDICAL OFFICER FOR EXAMINATION AS EARLV sSSBl PLEASE. Reruiting Sergeant will be pleased to have a Confidential Con -:ith any man re enlistment, etc.. 0* :: ". IN K A..- -CING ...

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Carwarp Carols. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

(arwarp @arols. At a metting of the Progress Association on 11th inst there was a good attendance, w-ith the presi dent (Mr. Stewart) in the chair. The Education department, through Mr. John Gray, M.L A., stated in reply, that if a sufficient number of children were within radius and ready for school, one would be established, and the department contribute towards the cost. This is not quite as. good as it might be, but still is a forward move, so the secretary to tLe association will gather the information and .end it on. In view of the unsat isfactory deal farmnlers have been getting all round, a circular is to be printed and sent throughout the niallee, in ar. endeavor to form a Mallee farmers Union. no one ,denie' the necessity, and the out come will be closely watched,

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Vice-Regal Visit. A NOTABLE OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

Vice Regal Visit. A NOTABLE OCCASION. The Ouven railway station was crowded as possibly it never has been before, onMonday night. The reason proved the en.hnstasm, and, as the tramin trom Mildunra drew up, with the Vice-Regal car at the trail, expectation, tinged with curiosity, proved very strong. Or, platform of the car the crowd promptly picked out Mr. Sampson, M.P., and the Hon. John Gray, MI.L.A., while the faces of the Governor General, and the State Governor were familiar to somb from published photos. Mr. Gray was the first to alight, and as the representatives of the I~Valpeup shire stepped forward, he introduced the president (Cr. Glen), Crs. Pickering and Farrell, and M-r. A J. Stephens (secretary), to their Excellencies. The crowd stood by expectantly interested, and when the time for the cheering, responded heartily, and without mistake. It was a notable occasion, and one worthy the best traditions i of our town. And all along the line it was the same, but space will no...

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Those Sports Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

/Those Sports Gatherings. Today is the culminating point of the endeavors of the strong commnit tee to provide an enjoyable time for those who feel that way inclined. On the Ouyen racecourse, startingi at 1.30 sharp, there will be opened a program of events which must please all-excepting possibly those who don't win, and even they will have the satisfaction of knowing they tried. There is footracing. horseracing, weight guessing, giv ing the Kaiser a toss, and the sun Sdry minor events which go to make things interesting. An addition is made to the published program of horse event,, in the shape of a Mai ded Hack Race. This will be the last event of the day, and the con ditions appear on the official card. Being for maiden horses, and the distance five furlongs, -we antici pate a big field, for there are few who do not fancy their hack for a sprint. The ground arrangements are just about perfect, and as every official is an enthusiast, we see every reason to prophesy a great time f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

!00O rs er Iz:.s £1000 V#elbourne Eight Hours' Art Union. .rknut i.c.ig to bc ot- uof the most -'ui.z .a,.l the Art Inions ever held. rain.d Fe e' Itaraar, and Art Union In . in C Iharltics a 'twna::n Country). Ex.':ti,, luihlings. Me!bourne. Mt)NI)A1. 10th APRIL. EI;G!T IIOURS' ART UINION. 100C PIZES VALUE 1000. WVorks of Art by Australian Artists st Prize Oil Painting £500 .nd Prize Oil Painting £t100 :rl Prime OiI'Painting £50 td 97 others ranging in value front-.20 OT)-T.--The committee are purchasing ad paying for the pictures the amounts : which they are valued as above stated. a order, h<wev-er,.to fully satisfy the i ublic :and subscribers of-the bona fides I E the art union, and that, in their opin In. the pictures are worth these prices; ze comunnittee offers lifapplied to with .i one monthll from the drawing of the Sunion) to find purchaseis for any of ae winners of the first tlhiree prizes for ae amounts at which they are valued. The art union will be drawn at...

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Rudyard Kipling's Opinion Of "Our Boys." [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

Rudyard Kipling's Opinion Of "Our Boys." A 7ictorian teacher. knJwing sometbing (,f Mr. !:edya:rd Ki;, ling's intenus love for children of all creeds and of all colors, wrote to him of the work done by the State school children of Victoria for the patriotic funds, sugges:ing at the same time, a message to them from the great poet, novelist and Empire builder. The following reply, dated 19th December, 1915, was rece;ved : "The war has nmade all tle Do minions realise their uationi;,cd, and none more lavishly than Aus Stralia.Some day we shall have the full story of the Australa.ian Ar my's achievements. I have heard a little of it already by word of mouth. It stands by itself,! I cannot see that the younger broth ers of such men as you have put in to the field need any special mes sage. There is a French proverb which says 'Good blood can't lie ' You might, perhaps, remind your school children of this, though on the facts of the case, there is not the least reason that you should. Do...

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The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

The Wheat Scheme. Readers will remember that soon after the Wheat Pool was formed, farmers were made joyful by the announcement that a parcel had been sold to the Allied Govern meats. The quantity was 100,000 tons, and shortly afterwards, flour mill employes and the farmers had another tempting bi: of information fired at them. This was that the Imperial Government had agreed to take 20,000 tons of flour each month instead of wheat. The big bait- or sugar coated pill-held out to the farmers was the reduction in freight. I. was a grand scheme. But the busy bodies of the Ouyen P.L.C. wanted some more informa tion. Victoria's proportion of that 20,000 tonsof flour per month is 8000 tons, and the trade proportion of offal Is approximately one third, or, roughly, 2500 tons, worth today £10 per ton. At a recent meeting of the abovementioned branch, the secretary was instructed to write and ask the Minister for Agricul ture what was becoming of the of fal, and here is the reply, dated 13th...

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"We Want Men—Not White Feathers." [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 22 March 1916

" We Want Men-Not White Peathers." Miss Christina M. Glen. XValpe up, writes:-I am much obliged to the editor of this paper for allowirng me a short space to defend myself against the cruel charge some think me guilty of. No doubt many know of the white feathers which have been going about: Well, I have to thank s?oe kind person or persons for putting the blame on to me. I deny ever having been so cold hearted as to do such a thing. I think if that is all one h:s to do at such a time as thi., surdly their time could be occupied in another way, Ii not filling the gaps of the heroes on the battlefield or the brave nurses in the hospitals who are doing such a lot for the dying and suffering, the stay at homes could be making home com forts. Not one of us can say we have no part in this world wid wvar, but I would be thb lhst to ,, ', anyone to go and fiHni t ,r hi. Ki:n and country. If th:i. I doe- n·: conie to them, or, having no hoiie t s, they still hang hack, all I can say is, God ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

- 1om m, 1011\\W -1 J or -1 HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY oipe Genera BSanring Business ,inihe CITI?S and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA. and LONDON Cable remittanest made to, and drafts drawn n oreign places direct. Foreign bills ne?o:iated ad ce?iecred. L.ettere oa credit ,nsued t.o any part of the wormd. Batking and £xchaec? - :u?inee. ot every de..riprioll trr.,?..ted wiitcih tlhe Commrnnwealth. United Kingdon and abro:ut. Current. accounta opened Ioterertr p ?l ors ixed depoaite. Advo=ces mte againt approved -·e.urtries. Savings Barnk Department BRANCHES i, 'he chief centres and AGENCIES at over Post Ofices In-cicst at Mjniwtn 2550 in A.,st,,li per annum . 3% /- j?,,=,it and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTER ATIONAL anl nr. Bank FcilitiPe IfIME K .O , '.. pl.y,n .rn.. D.. J . 'INIS ,'N ILLRR n mo r W. LES PAR & DO N, SO LICITORS, PICKERING-STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of Walpeup.. ADVANCES ARRANGED tCe ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS .. Murrayville and all intervening s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

Spi! Show 5W SEASON'S OOODS AT SEllison Bros., ORS AND OUTFITTERS. Rowe-street, Ouyen. and inspect :ar Nev and CF pate RanVe of Latest Suitings 4 Latest Novelties in Men's ear Prices to suit all pockets THE GLAD HAND 'tsthe well-tailored man, and our tailoring is the Best! sjast as easy to get the Be-st as e poorest, so call at once ano I:v!re your order with us. fne display of Felt Hats in all Ides, also a large an t magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE r,, s?o cII anu insipect our Stock ,r. .::ice. J. GREATZ. Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and .?erated Water arant f~cturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool 4I0ks. EXCELSIOR SAKERY, OUYEN. E. ARN OLD, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOIK. Best Quality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard in any 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 No Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's Kiora Hai...

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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

An Appeal. "Only Fair" strikes a note which should reverberate throughout the length and breadth of the district. As will be seen by the list below, the movement has been taken up with enthusiasm in thelocality.and a little organization in the various centres of the shire should put the affair on a basis that must assure success : "Sir.-As so many of our young men are away engaged in the dread ful war, doing our share as well as their own, in fighting for our very existence, suffering all sorts of hardships, could we not do some thing in eturn? With the exer cise of a little extra exertion for a week or two, each and every farmer in the Ouyen district could put in a bit more crop, and donate the proceeds to the district soldiers' fund. Surely they deserve some recognition in return for their self denial and heroism. The parents of those who have gone will join in and I feel sure those not represen ted at the front by relatives (every one is rcpresenttd by the Army and N vy) will onl...

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