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Ouyen Golf Club. MIXED FOURSOME. (Trophies donated by Mr and Mrs Lawson) [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Ouyen Golf Club. MIXIED FOURSOM1 1 (Trephies donated by Mr and Mr s Lawson) c M. B. Bass Mrs To?ne .;. 109 23 86 W. 1'. ArmfieM t ~iss O~ctt 128 32 96 -. Emamett Miss A. T~h a 111 15 96 A. r. Hall Mrs Hall .- 114 17 97 R. Lawson Mrs Lawson .- 120 23 97 J" Pascoe Miss Thomas "' 135 32 103 c( A. W. Cooper Jrs C loper .- 125 21 104 E. Hughes fies Farrel .,. 139 21 118 [Ls

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Early Fallowi[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

S. Early Fai ovA r In Victoria's lOr'e in.o sections earlv r1"3ic Sscidered .n imfport nt 3c ruring profitable cc? t nrincioai object is to', as possible of the a-ii: r the plocughed lan,,, .: s"sorn follow see be a argae reserve , " k keep the piants ..,;. ence has taught tn - wisdc practice, s.yis the '".' er : 4 in 1911 the manarr of t worthy Agricultur Co (South iustralio. -hi rainfail about c,::al to iNumurkah or Hrsrarm e<: r 12 plots to test eary -; fallIowr-nvn , and. ;-" quenLLt and infre:ucnt trea bare falow. E?ach l in four acres in ara, half ct has a rainfall -d i?? i under crop and faillow. fallow at Roseworthv is t be ploughing in te first cond "-Oek of July, -nd late e ing is done i, mid :I'd : ten'oer- The averae cr. vested in the past t,.. Si.lvors eariy 'Itughinr, the , eence in yicids beirg ?i4 S:9!bs., as comipared ,,-ith11 i~~ ft~t seasocPa~ one, and t-hu differen.. , - ithree busI :' . The plot yielded the hi"-est a... nloughed i,1 Jt; 4 6 r o 7 - " ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

I CorespondeTnce. i (Wjbiis' 1~ibritig si1 Sil re iiS~' OS .11n wmsi ~jeCt3~ ·~le~t t a' ~O"~ :identit sc-aLrasit with coinicar as by pF war7~1 crsPonlb~j~~dents).-~C~

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmers' Own Flour Mill. LATEST THING IN WHEAT GROWING. [Reprinted from the "Leader."] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Farmers' Own Flour Mill. LATEST THING IN WHSATI GROWI7G. [Reprinted froi the "Leader."! In comson with the invariable Irulle that the more progretsive men among the farmers themselTe are always the first to talk the lead in the initiation of new improvements, is an instance of what is now going on at Ensay, in north-east Gipps land. Government oicialdom never leads. It waits till the farmers strike something new, amd thea complacently follows up behind, Easay is the centre of a a large area of firstclass agricaltural land in the Tanabo Valley, where wheat of upasrior quality, even under crude cultivation, seldoma yields leas than 30 bushels -er acre, but where it receive' proper attention in fallowing and super Sphcsphate manuring, not infre j quently reaches 50 bashels. Yet who has -ever heard ,.anything of this from a Government depart ment ? . ... E~aay farmer have to send their wheat to Mel bourne. 52 miles by road and 17.1 by rail, at a cost for freight of 1/4 per bushel, and t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF OUYEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

To rar wrITor oi OuraT .HAK L.J ~St ---,--Will you alo , s to draw the attention of our Shire! Councillors to the necesity of letting 3I the contracts they can at this ti?~ of the year, and to suggest that in letting such con traect tlhe engin2eer fix a fair livyng) price and let the contracts to th tuost needy settlers, each settler not to Ee al!owed mere than abcut I 25. One thousan.d Iourds would thus be divited etweean 40 rote payers and wnuld be a lot laireT than having a lot of cut-t~hrcat ccmpetition and ne man getting the lot. A ratepayer with a family of smain chutdrc: would have hia Sturn as well as the ratepyer rwith a family of graewn-up sons. Thn engaieer could fi~ the prices accord' Ing to the distaaces fromI water a I otherwiLs.-Y*ats, etc., " - STOWNY.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

.Age. t, O U YE N. geint FPer 2AanereS* it-- - ;i.r,z:I`5?Y ;;?0 : I, y Ers. tL beat t:bought in an, q:,saity fih . s-ot cash. XX~.c' stan for~l r ;`1 T:acmIS frE~e oi c'rr.e. -c 'sacks sold a' - -L _?:e? ?2_z;; ]:I:L=EIL'?" C?J. St:e, . n., PAccidcnt-. ScK . .. s, . . .ir.:e .C. S. . - -ro zs- t *.,, re , ncils2..g Ru - -eer4; fiiilS, Bloughs, Cr1 ,t1-:5:-- , Bo?-ceworks, Chof cutterS, Tag Loaders. H R2 es, iaibrnws, etc. ~`SakL cG & SON'S Famous Gig' " ad Buggies. ArstOALIN Yiru'G^L AFxow ay SCC1Ef. 'The iarg ?nutr,.al life off~ice in the Bri tish Epmpie. Has the world' i record for paying the largest bonuses. Funds, .L28,000,OC{j .. Divides profits yearly. -The eCyea Hotel "R end FlRS F. WATERS, - Late c: W.\`.heprccf. EG to intina~te ITat they have!a 1-atn cur the abeve Eotel, r * ufad the travelling public can .lIy o- having their every want a ziended to. I iriEE A12Y Roomts, corIFORTAnBLE BEDs, FE~IST-CIASS atE±I.S. Sh- Best' Brznds of - -? "' =..... . SOFTr DRIN- s, a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF OUYEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Sra,-I would beZ space in your paver to explain a mnattor in con nection with the Shire affairs which some ratepayers have e'.idently misconstrued. The matter is in connection with the auditor's re port. Ratepayers have asked rre why this report has not been pub lisheAd, sad have gone so far as to say that Councillors must wish to i hide something from the ratepayers. I I would like to say in expIanation, Mr Editor, that the facts of the matter are : That the auditor's re port being a very lengthy one, the elitor of the " Mail" finds that hi canenot witheut great inconvenienc? give the necessary space toit. The Council has no wish n'hatever to hide anything and any ratepaye? wiehinn to peruse the report may do se at any tine during oice i hours by making application to the ec etary at the Shire office, Ouyen. K. W. PICX~EING. Oien, 2 [ 6 f i4. ['the statement re the lengthy report and the inconvenience co fi~ndig saece for it is correct-En.] F +- +

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Caledonian Society [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

fOuyern Ca'xdoniani Society -- ~ ~ - ----- j .. ... ... .g; ÷ . he annuai Ieeting of the abov S.'_cEv wis held.at Celdow's uart on Sa':: .... .-eninrg. Chief.W. . Steele o-c i-tied the chair. The b:ance-sheet was read and adopted .-- ... · & otf . thaniks wa'i pasied to the secretary' (\ifr R. A: 2aldow), who wasrSe-elected' at a salary of ,O10. Mr.W:. Gille?pie was elected assistant-secretary. On the motion of MIessrs M'Rae and Black, M-r -V. J. Steele was re-elected Chief. Thie following were e!ected Chief tadihs ---essrs L: M'kae, M. M Rae and Jas. ,Lean. - S?n- the motionm of ChiefSteele, it' was. resol-Ted that ._the -?eto-ms s~ ;r fOf..Oinmiuitiicate with- the R.A'C.B.S.,-with a view to holdi -tga demonstration yearabout, one oqdv ,-to assist the other, until the ditsict; became -large enough to aifo~-the hblding of two functions. Messrs H?olde:a and Don were ap~3onted a~ditors to the Society and Mr- ; W D. Mitchell treasurer. It was decided'that the secretary should w...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF OUYEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

A NUJISANCE. To Z31 T02 On OWLSN nWt. Sur,-A practical joke is enjoyed by the majority of people, bui when a f~ew hoodlums start yellina out "Fire', in the middle of the night, to the accompaniment of rattling and banging a corrugated iron fence, it is beyond a joke This occurred late on Monda; evening, and householders who had retired at a respectable hour were aroused from their slumbers by the above mentioned "joke" perpetrated by a few nincompoopa who have neither brains nor seine enoiugh to know when they hav gone far enough. Apart from the inconvenience of being roused out of bed on a cold night, there is the danger that if a genuine fire oc cured anmid the dread cry raised people wiould not be in a hurry t respond to it, thinkint that they were likely to again be mode vi tirs of a ·hoa by these sexnseles gsts..' '-Yoaurs, etC., A VICrIM.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

ASSOfIATION- . North 1Mel ourte.. . V.lliam.stowa .... -8 9 Essendc•n -- 9 Prahra! .--. - " . 9 Port -.lbourne -- 1 " 4 BrightOn . 5 14 F ootseray --- 18 Norzthcote : - - ... 3 2 Hawthos a c .. , 1.' BrunSwick -.. a 12

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

~We Ouyen ButcdeCry. GRACE ar.i Patr""ich J.m Hompes. (i i -c-.?--. T '? ?:.,_) roL., . --e y -- -? -*'5=-Z - , .:.", S? d1-J, Visits Macra'rillt eer7 ltsriay, reterDin - Friday mad ny' be noatdat all jnter veing statt)33 . W.tBrownbul ECO?RDD byr the Dentao 2smd may ecenssalted Mt the Obny Cofee P?ae-t. Adres---orerLamsree-aYenu and Eighth-_stre~et, MildarR, liert Visit-Thrseley, Jee 38 MISS p. M. WESTON (_.L.e.m.),I 1''er .a--3?_s in .,?a?va-? fr ?.??r tweilve week .r e.aaI and Tim1bereo v-isited evr Th-arsday nd Ttrziay. ER.h ~·t.a~ G~. HART-~ MAy 'o ?Ge?lt'< at hio Žc? A METlING of U ointerestelt in A ahstrict School will be 1eld at J James Taylor's residence, llocek 19, oorongie, on MONDAY FLgfTING. ath Jurne, at s e' clock. JAMES DIXON1 A.,. DOWSLEY, f Conven-s. O SAtE.-i Draught CoLt, - 2 years old ; I Draught Filly. 2 years old. Both broken and done e season's work, and bred fromn " ?c., quiet idraught mares.-Joh Axwiane, Oiyea. EIRE OF W ALP? UP. TENDERS (endorse...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

*r. ~ IP~ - Bargains are ben _er mn Every Departrnent. pemornai hspectio~n is iifcessary to rels th ;mhce -f the Articies that are being offered at unheard-of Lowv Prcs -- CR ROERSOk-tre OUYEN. -~ A.E. CIES-John h.:e..& Son, Ki1kenny, S.A.; David. Shearer & ,- H~annu S. .- I.rnation. Harvester Co, eB .Si?s.n elbo.rne; \.ar.g Bros. Mebure. W E T Y R rJ . 1 i 2. . I ad ary rouh . ., B e, e Orc or Aistraha . : ·:? . • " - " .. .,O c f A u t a i . _ ,. . .t " ' -' .:- ~ ... ·? ??.-: .' .. . - " , . - " - sRAWLINU & CO. pement & Ilachine Makers, ailfr~iseTS, awa: Fidm e • a, S - Ctlttrip rs, • • .. : : innowers, ...? . • ":.- : .. : ?V ggo.s, . : ' ' " -'i ERS: OF " "c-ltiva-.torbs, .. ---. '-.'--,.. Harrows, .. ... .. • . . ? :-,*- ,,? ? .,. - . Discs, . I osework -: . ti~--", -" il."-"' , "a ·;• · .... : -,...·· i;- .?:~ , ? . :?t' ." - " -. Cha*euttes,. -. .. . .' . . "-' ' :..".-. Im ~Qz etpans ~ cant 4. better thia ta ~81r~e ?- $... t.. "l is"~ aEe tt...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen A. & P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Ouyen A. & P. SocetIy. A .eneral meetinfg of mnemer of the abave society weA held an the hall on Saturlay aiternoon, the attendance beifng about 15. The president, (Mr H. W. Picherin:. iJ.p .P) occupied the chair, - CoXssPor~Dai c. Frcfm Chief Veterinary O?icer re date of stallion parad:o-Received. From Railway Department re Ie dnction of freight on mallen stam2s:-Decided to write to the dep?artment again. From John Gray M.L.A., re show gro'nd and freight on mat? e stunaps.-Deeided to for ward cony of letter received from the Lands Department re show site to Mr Gray, aad ask him to at once wait on the Secretar" of Lands aud get a reply as to whether the 2ociaty will get a Iround of the for holding the shonrt this yeagr, als po:ntin ~out that it is tbree mouths since the previons latter was re 1eived re sa-e. From 3?. Poole, siEff surveyer, re show r-zound site.-2 eceived. prltioen So dntyo .P. re ia peation of duaty on arrti~cial manures, stnting that the matter has been ref...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

The new sitat electoral lists. prepared foom the recent electoral canvass conducted by the police, have been printed, and copies are now available for inspection at the registrar's ofice, and at each post . cce, police station, railway ata tion and State school within the division, Since the canvass was comipleted, there has been numer ous changes of residence. Those who have changed their residence recently, as well as those who have attained the age of 21 years after the hosehouldzr's schedules were illed ia. should take immediate steps to beco2me enrolled for tho district in which they reside. Claim forms may be obtained at the places where the lists are open for inspectian. urdmrs .f. Stba.ll. match was Quyen and resulted in a ,win for the former. Tha scores were: Tiega, 2 goals 3 behinda; Ouyen, 1 01a 2 behinds A very enjoyable evenin~ was se'ct at Ntkan ©a 1riday laat, on Sthe occasion of tae ball in aid of the Sfundz of the Ouyen om2nan Catholia Church organ fund. The hall wa...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Colors of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

C01 rs7 l ubs. Ouyena-Red and BIack. . alpeup-Roval Blue. STimberoo-- Maroon and Gold-. .i t fung-e.Green and Gotd: Tiega-Red an 1 White. METROPOLrrAN FOOTBALL. 1 LEAGUE :.- South Melbourne ... 5 13 Esser.don . .. '5 -11 Fitzroy -- - 6 4 Geeloug .-,-.. 4 Richmond ... 16 14 University ..- 5 6 St. Kilda...... ---... . 2 10: Colligwood ... 5 I4 Carlton ... . 1:3 19. el- oure -.. 5 9

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Football. OPENING OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

OPENING OF TTH .SE:ASi:. . The -seting df the local -foot bidl . easoa will cnmmence ts rerrow (Safurday) afternoon. On the local ground Timberoo will try conclusioas with Ouyen, and Nnngi and Timga meet ou the t firmer's grrand; Walpeup -has a bye. As e'ery team is coanident I of annexing?the pren;ership trophy, Ssoe good tussles should be wit nessed during the season. It is only by:whole-hearted support that r sport of any kind can be success? fully carried out in *his district, s6 the bpublic should show their appre ciatton of the-efforts of the 'playefrs by xivinz them a bumper -attend-. ance at every mateh.: At th.a e tizne it ,aizht be am- well to ix?press npon players that it is their dujiy to supporters to cormence tiatcles to time--viz., 2 30, or not !ter; thah 3 .-m,-.-and not at'4 p.-m' afn ;s asually the case. LIST DF PIXTUtE2S. RSTU . RouD. .Saturday, 6th June. Nunga- v...Tiega.. . (Ryan) Ouyen v Tiaibereo (.i1) W'alpeu5 a'bye. 1 . Saturday,- 13th Juie. : - Walpeup v- N...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District Tit-Bits. Wakeup, 25th May, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

r. ,r ?.. ..:... ? ---,L- ,,,. .., .!? m.--?. -.-? ' Di ,?ict Tit-Bits. TWa': e~d;': , 5t M.ay; 19i4. DPA~ M' linITCR, Tiea, im- t?old-:ha 'its'' N'o. i 7::5 No. e :e3t;al teanlms Gnlah, it .appears, has is No'9. I and Nro.:2 corresrpodents; . Is Walpeupnot. in it a.t ~ll? We shall see. S?-?-?-?. oper..tions are in fulf s~, : ad -- e s. every promise ," , " . r. The crops already 1 • - , -_r. ..' ^ . . ,,ouc.: re making good . ':cr. ·,ry t" iecki ng sell. Most c3 ore :.rers have ci:carded the .di . ..rne. to the plough, and resuh: ~icuild pro-e satisfactory. •- . ,. a.n informed dthat the Nynng. Feople are shortly to have . hall. Mr Simpson, of this town, 1.has the contract in hand. It will, inodoubt, serve the tnurose of: a lial, ~ch1ool, c.urch, etc., combinedr- , util tre advent of- more prosre-~i osti'ies. . * .. - .. Said tnhat Ouyen hn:. a clever ton dorial artist. Saw him"6on o black ad wh'te'" the othe-r day . No, it wasn't " Buchanan's !" Hie came out on "too," too. Eet a "...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

cs' (;r,-at ?epperuiint Care, or C.on:, awil C'olds, neher f-.ils. 1s6dI 'To Subscribers. St nevih-r· to the Ouvri >TAtL whIo ?.?t t', ceive tlheir Papers regul irly are Bagd ,y -t e, d to at once itify u : . Sma: PaeasLUres Used It ia [ndia,--'" During the 13 years I lived in india I used not) ing but Chamberlain's Cough Re::eCdy for coughs, colds, bron chhis and sore throats," says Mr Archibald C. Macaffer, care of R,,erts & Sons. Bendigo, Vic. "'I h?v\e given it with great success to lihundreds of natives, both Hindu . Mahonuuedan. and in every c e it has i reovil efficacbious. Even :,tives of h;h caste 'often came to :y bungalow asking for a dose of I-hamnberlain's Cough Reined:, so do t:ot hesiltate to reconmnend it ,n all ca'es of colds and bronchia! _roubles."'' Sold by all ,torekeeper. I or: ChilrvfPr "? Hacldis Coa?h at Night Polk cs C nurt Proeedai %r T is hvrdb nutified that i i t?ture AM . , CATSESi LIESTD at t." "od Police Court WILL 1W P3UBLISHEi It i theref...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yellumjip. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Yellunujip. : I" -I F'rom our Correspondent. For-the past few weeks it has been dry and at present rain would be very welcome, The early-sown crop:, however, are looking well. There will be a considerably larger area sown in the district this year than ;ast' year. The local football team jour: neyed to Walpeup on Sa:r davy last to play a scratch match, vhicit resilted in a win fer Tim berco. The scores were:--Tirm beroo 4 goals 7 behinds; \Vai :cui" 12 goals 4 behinds. The Oy?u teamr will have to go th~ir hardest" to beat the 'Roos when. they meet on Saturday.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CADWA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

O .Fformour Correspon"ent - Seed so n ~ i? practically finished in-this.district and the early-sown crops a.re looking well Rain would be welcomed to germinate the re cently-sown seed. . The varieties of wheat favored mostly in tlis district are Yandilla -itng Dart's Imperial, - Fedration and -Mac .'s -VWhite. Small areas of other ai-ietes. are also being tried. -The ma?,rity of farmers are using the plow for. working up the ground. Should favorable weather contine--a Id, we see .no reason wihAit shouIdl not-the .haryest should turti out a record one. -

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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