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The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OUYEN MAIL who do not receive their Papers regularly are kindly requested to at [?] notify in writing. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 29, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

1 je (& yen 4lail To SuLscr'.tsrs. St'scribers to the )ouv es- MATLT who do notreceive their i:-r :.: ? are kiindly requested t'. at ::.-i :y in WEDNESDAY, MAR. 29, 1916. Local .and Ge :zLl Accompanving die vice Regal party-on its tour through the Mal lee was Domald M'Donald, of ·he "Argus." Our representative 're newed an acquaintance of pre jour .nalistice days. ?ver the border. A Queensland newspaper offered a money prize for the best answer to this .conoundrum: 'Why is a newspaper like a ;women?" The prize was coon by a lady, who sent in the following answer: "Becau-e every man should ha.:e one of his ov n, and secondly (.referring to a nr spaper oniv) not run after his eF h'bior's."' Of course, dear re: er. You wol;!d nnt think of bc.:: wing yorir neilibor's wife or 1. is pager. would vytr? T; ie ?lack. T.-r," i. n? iilct .,f lanyy'me -tffkcr n~ trll ~l zu e Iyt!: :,. lp tr?lld?ief ulty h-e hItl h. , . se p:rts: t ,rrosttiy t et el?t ::;,tlalt i.nt. -- Ine |k. k is cal....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Linga Lisps. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

Linga Lisps. At a meeting of the local Progress Association on 11th inst., a motion was carried unanimously condem ning the Government's action in reducing the price of wheat to the mil!ers below the London parity. It is apJparently a waste of energy to do anything once the wheat is delivered. t, Apropos contrac:s over wheat: A local farmer recently received his cheque for a number of bags of wheat. A statement enclosed showed that, beside the cornsacks account, a large deduction had been made for a machinery account A very much depleted " first pay ment" such as this will make that farmer careful as to the character of any document he puts his name to in future, and may also act as a caution to others. The teacher and scholars are in occupation of the new school, and great is the joy in consequence. A picnic is to be held shortly to cele brate the occasion. Over 40,000 bags of wheat are now in stacks at the railway sta tion awaiting truzks to take them to the seaboard, and thence t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

i. L. EUSCO' BE WtI.L CONDIUCT TIHE FOI,LOXX!*NG SA'ES. At Ngallo, 'r-r ElAX 4th. APRIL, (On accotunt Ir. F. V. Stevens) S lorses, arnuing Imglements, &c. At M?? lcra, FRIDAY, 7th- APRIL, (On account K. S. MI'Leod) lorses, Cow. Heifer. Farming Imple ments, Hay, &c. - SAME PLACE - (Account Mrs. Charnshorn) A4 orses, Farming Implements, ac. At Cowangie, At Date To Be Advertised, (Account A. F. Mann) 25 lc rses. OUYEN. HURSDAY, APRIL 20. Iallee Agricul! tural Lease. 639 Acres 0 Rocds 39 Perches. In the Assigned Estste of Fred. T. Ieach. THOMAS MORROW & CO., NSTRUCTEDi by E. 11. SMAIL, Esq., L 31 Queen.st., Mielbonrne, will sell by kblic Auction, at Waters' Onyen Hotel, n the above date, at 2 o'clock prompt : 639 Acres 0 Ro'r s 39 Percher, Eoing allotment 51i Parish of Tiega, now occupicd by Fredk. T. I.a:h. :ind consisting of ail good sound Agricultural Land. TERMS AT SALE on application to THOMAS MIORROW & CO., Inglewood and Branches. en. Mondlay till 2...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

I,> ; PRIZES _!0 Mctlbclrnc Eti`t -urs' . rt Union. Acknowlehded to be one of the most .gentuin , ::! the Art n17:.:s ever held. trana To e, azaaar, and Art Union I:n Ixl.::rti, Bu ,il ng'-. , ..t]' ione. 3._N?-'_;1,, 2t0 APRIL. E.GIIT IHOUtS' ART UNION. 100 PRIZES VALUE £1000. Works of Art by Austtaiia n Artists. 1st Frie Oil Painti:- £500 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 thew are valued as above stated In order, towever, to fully satisfy the Spublic and : tbscri.:trs of the bona fides of the art uri on, aid that, in their opit ion, the pict: ies are worth these prices, the comnmirtee offers (if applied to with in on, :"n::th' from the Idr:wing of the art u::.em find purch:tsers tor .:ny of the wjinners of the first three prizes for the amounts at which they are valued The art union will be drawn at Sp.m. on Tuesd:y. 2nd May, 1916, in the pre sence of represent...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Vice-Regal Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

Vicm=. egci Vis:t. The vice-·-z'-ie s haav? have seen, ad t y d:ex c,,: d ti.-i opiion1 . .ha they impressed e beiev-, aw." wh:: te ;-ken v'words co::v.ed :.w iv was "wa t the disinguished viSit-:s S:-.rted their learers to un de ,an. oti?o, tier P sn0. rs Were c tlie wlrrks in ar e.ve.s for- Zhe On v.e:n town water stuppiy. Tht h=g c- cre:e tank of 230.000 (-ot the 3200 c as the "'Aras" . ep .t had it) gz l;lons cta, "city, tie : tor::'e :3k0 ". b- linked uti wit- L - .,cusdale in the near future, Car. r's Ta;,-, an- ter .previon f-r th. f utmue were each Cviewcd, and when:: Galah wa· r.sachei, thcir -i(-r ce'pLcies had f-rm.a i_ ol.se I.:ca of the-alue cf w:,,er in the ,1;.I:,ee, whatever mnight be thought of i in: ether places. It is of more 's.e than to mix with whisrky. At Ga lab the schiool children were drazu np in line. and as the 0motor cars pulled tip. the Nationai Anthem t was sung in proper style. Fh : the train arrived, those x: e 2had - motored from Ouyen entered ;he s...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 29 March 1916

Ouyen Sports. The big St. Patrick's celebratiun : Ouen has comle and gone, and ith the exception of one thini, ?v?-r nc connected -wi:h it has eaison to, fcl piea-cd. It was a -armday and the absence of wind, e .ing the dust fiend quiet, !Oper ct Sol in his work. Still hc:,::. ' was ore for j0', ati re~i"'is ' f the Mallee are too -t ?o a high thermometer to feel comted.The crowd ls ii; when the first event ;arted, -ad by half an hour later :{ gr:c-wn to great dimensions. -:re -s, no slack time, for the ist cf ,:;-nts kept all the officia!s -.:: the crowd interested. ht itt:!e spare time there was ahil events were being got ready 'as oTcasantly filled in by e. bahd, Si.ji:.h .alpeup contribut.ed af ti "number. This portion Smch e.joyed, and it is a orat pit, that s: few of the re cit. .:.ic s:arte i so en:husiasti C.,.: a-; lear- v'arious iostrr: ent' it Ouc::e stuck to it. Still we live in here that Mr. tRee:; w:ii! yet oat tbr. m,-.d reward of his efforts to g:ve ?c?oy,-:,t- :o th...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

Commeavnealt1?AJ :ank dustra HLAD OFICE STYDNEY e', General Banking Business ,'. fa CITIE3 and TOWMS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Ca~bl reit:ta n rceae to. snd *Ir-sn drawn on toreigo place. direct F'oreic bils cgctsixted ,oid eclectad. Letters o credit miued to aty pert or the worl& aking snd *xchange Exwing e o rer lde.riptaifn tricetalcti rtthir the Commorwealth. Un!td Liincg cn snd siroad i ,rrrent ccounts opened loterest pohl on tineed dpoers Advaces mcde argeca apprcole ecuritios Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in tre chtrf centres and AGENCIES at ore I 1/ ni-um 2550 in 4Use ana per as u 3, De aposit and Papua sap eo ;.00 INTiRSTATZ end INTERtATItNAL ArsL. iErn kacilitie. W. LESLI PAR hDON SO L ICITORS, P!CKERING-STREET. - - OUYEN. (Solicitcrs to the Shire of Wialpeup.' ADVANCES ARRANGED Gif ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWNSHIP BLOCKS AE Murrayrille and all intervening stations visited every Thursday and Friday. IDENTISTRY.1 J. W. BROWNBILL, 1%IfLJ)URA s.u MARYBORAUGH. (Recorded ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

Special Show OP NEW SEASON'S Gi00DS AT Ellison BrOs,, tAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Rowe-street, Ouyen, iiiand inspect 'ntr New and (p 0Date Range of Latest Suitings .d Latest Novelties in Men's ea prices to suit all pockets. THE GLAD HAND 1aits the well-tailored man, and Surtailoring is the Best! [t isnst as easy to get the Best as he poorest, so call at once and leave your order with us. Sfine display of Felt Hats in all tyIes, also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE Sow, so call and.inspect our Stock . at once. J. GREATZ. Frniterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water Mranu facturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. Ea ARNOLD, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. Bet 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, Afa laval cream separators andcream cans io Waiting for a Shave AT ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OYEN MAIL who do not receive their Papers regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in writing. WEDNESDAY, APR. 5. 1916.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

1BEREAV IMENT NOTICE. KR. and 31R5. J. ROS+( dleire to ex Ix i sucere TI-IANKS to the many :hul frintids for expressions of sympathv as show n in I)erscuala attendlance. letters muli telegrams. and more ;articuiarly to TrM. hart and Nure (Ike. in their recent sand herrcaveurnent

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

Local and General. SRatepayers who have forgotten, or don't care mr-ch, w;ll be inter estcd to know that at t the council meeting or Fridayv n;hgt the secre tary said the rates were- I c cominvig in at all sat:i.-sfetrriy. Thi. nteanr that all tunpiid r'!, s :ir.- , ie stirc for after next i;cc.t ing, :.v ich i, t be held at M;rrayville ;" rr;:td, 27th inst, -Better pay iut ::ow. At Boinka on Friday, we had the pleasure of inspecting a wonder fully simple, effective and cheap machine for pickling wheat. rt is the invention of Mr. M. M'Donald. and as fornmalin is sure to be in de mand this year owing to the re stricted amount of bluestone available, the implement can be even more cheaply constructed than if the latter pickle was to be used. In the machine, Lo foreign matter, cracked grains or other rxibbish can go through, while every grain must reach the pickle. A provisional patent has been ajplied for, and so soon as this is granted, we will give a full description. Meanwhile we s...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

£1000 IN PRIZES £1000 Melbourne Eight Hours' Art Union. Acknow ledge to be one of the most genuine of all the Art Unions ever hehl. cG.rand, Fe:e, Barzar, and Art Union in aid of the Charities ( fownand Country). Eahibition Buildings, tlelbourne. MONDAV, 10th APRIL. EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION. 100 PRIZES VALUE "1000. 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 fromt £20 NOTE_--The Committee are purchasing mnd paving 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 hona fides of the art union, and that, in their opin ion, the pictures are worth these prices, the committee offers (if applied to with it one month from the drawing of the art union) to find purchasers for any of the winners of the first three prizes for the ameunts at which they are valued. The art union will he drawn at Sp.m. on ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

An appeal. Tbe promihes already received ly v the Rev. G. E. Downton and Mr Hall, in the matter of additional areas to be put under wheat for the, benefit of our soldiers when they i return from helping to crush the Hun, are a; follow: W Clover,3 acres; Eletcher Bros, 2, E. Harmer 5, M. Trvine 3, i F. Shard 2, R. H. Lockett 3, C.H. Dunkley 2. R. Coopei 2, T. Farrell 2. R. Lawler 5, T. TonLin 5, G Pickering 2, J. Farrell 3, T. Walsh 3. G East weil 1. Xf. Bynie 2, V i Glct'er 3, C. R,. Lockwood 3, S. J. i Gill 2, A. E. Laity 2, NI. M'Inntyre 2, A. Munro 2, B. J. Murphy 2, J. R. Hoare 2, F. Ryan 2, C. Caro lin 2, W. D. Mitchell 1, J. Britt 2. A. Stasinowsky 3, J. Steele 2, W. Little 2, A. Dickens 2, W. Johnson 2. R. E. Tonkin 3, WV. Ingwersen 2, J. Ross 2, T. Walsh 3, A.Symesj 5. G. Freeland 5, J. Shelley 3, A. M'Callumn 5, T. Bevaa 3, A. Grif fiths 3. H . Pickering 3, D.Tidd 2, J. Flettcler 2. Further promises will he acknot ledged in the MAIL. as, forwarded direct or through our corr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

Walpeup Shire eouncil. At the nsual monthly meeting of the above body held on Fiiday night, there were present Crs. Glen 'president,. Farrell, FHecht, Picker ing. Nlossop. and Wiltsh.re. CORRESPONDEtFCE. Mr. John Gray, M.L.A., wrote in the matter of the land tax, sug gesting that landholderc pay the single tax and apply for a remis sion of the double tax, as he thought there wotld be no likeli hood of the double tax being ex acted - Cotuncillors did not consi der they were any further ahead, and Mr. Gray will be asked to ob tain further information, so that people will know how to proceed. D. H. M' Lean, Murrayville, asked that an area excised from his land for a gravel pit for the railway ; another said land had been taken for a bore site.-Re ductions in the valuation will be made ini each case. The Department of Agriculture asked for the nomination of an offcer suitable for the position of inspector (honorary ' under the Vegetation and Vine Diseaoes Act. F-Mr. Stephens, shire secr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

The Wheat Scheme. "Smntty Whe at and Treacle" ad his ire raised but doesn't ex lain whv he did not attend the seeting he so so caustically criti IteS . "Sir,-On reading your issue of 5th inst., I was amazed at the dic Btorial utteranceS of some of the ritd blowers at the farners' pro st meeting on the previous Satur ly night. These gentlemen ought 1 acquaint themselves with the re London parity before placing teir erroneous statements before meeting of agitated rulrai produ swho are so earily gulled by tacks and aspirants for Parlia cotary honors, who have axes to * d. Cr. Farrell ;s dissatisfied :th t Tina Payment Company's erne. If he hai any certificates sale I can get him a slight ad -ce on siqence per bushel. He besays that a man under the T. C 's scheme has to pay interest ac: imaain wh. does not take up 2/6 advance. Is it not some tisfaction to know that his more tmate fellow producer is getting bat the money lender got unier old obsolete scheme? I was ashed by Cr. Pickering'...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 April 1916

nme Icbk. There is no need of anyone suffer from lame hack as prompt relief may be had 5l?;Yin Chamnberlains Pain BIlm and mas ' the parts vigorously ut ncac application. e bflk is caused by rlxeumnatisnt of the mns 'f the ick annl for muscular rheumatism in .rmn, Clhnmbcrl.'in *s Pajin Palon has no supe Tryditeicon y,, inilibeous-ioced. Soldby ANTIED. Early as possible, 100 acres disced. Apply A. M'Queen, ck 12, Hagant. \ANTl.D: Place for M1urried Couple Son farm. Wife cook or house er. hnslund used to horse driving or ral fanning. Reply IHR., Speed .L.C. OUYEN BRANCH. Next * * * eeting at the Library 'indac, April 10th., at S p.m11. All bets ·tteni. Important business ANTE.D.-Strong LAD to learn the trade.-r.. Kennedy, Blacksmith, £5 REWARD!I lACK Cockstoo seen flying Ouyen io Murrajville telling farmers to rRobilnsonl Little R Harvesters be iS priccs increase. A. W. BEER, Onyen. WRTIN G ! Pw J. Nannarrow is pre red to ui dtrtake Wood and utelr carting promptly, and at reasonable ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

-L:ca?fitenms. We have been requested to that Mr W. D. Mitchell of the Ouyen branch of the i of Victoria.'will be away C days frcm the 19th inst, unmil of May. We told you in last i all rates not paia'bv next c dav-27th inst-will he st? In another column, the secrt gives all defaulters 14 ays in to save themnselv-es the ign0mi.,, visit from the policeman, and privilege of paying the Sj for telling the bench how you owe. Is it worth while? The latest list of Crow,, open for application ir.chde mallee allo-ments. aggreratiirT 610 acres, of varying classlic.i which may be applied for. April 19th. These a-e si'tua the parishes of Dattuck, p Yallum, Dering, Dennvingpa: wollock North, and Mulcra, are reached from 'Turriff, Te Speed, Nandaly, or Panitya way stations. In addition are 11 mallee allotments ari untill April 5. These repr selections which have been forf by previous holders. Thevce reached from Carwarp, Y Cowangie, and'' other rai statio=s. Local Land Board s have been arranged ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, APR. 12, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

Local and General. To give you time!y warni;j. There will be no issue if t'e ',TrL on the 26th inst. Th' li win; E?:ster week, and Iiom'- : " -: vilh the issue. V;e w; :., , :ers to take a note to prc.-i:t d:,aip pointment. Xext X ednesdav, Anzac Dav will be celebrated in the State Schools. It is a great pity our Government refuses to make a big thing of it. for it is doubtful if the Australian tronpo wi!l ever get such an opportunity to show ditincti--elv .what they can do but there it is. There is no reason -why there .hounld :ot 'e som-e 'ccal demonstration all ithe same. Some of our boys were in it, and some will never return. Anzac is a word to conjure with, and too unch: honor cannot be be stowed on its fame. On F-idav night, the 'cholars of XWielshmans Plains State School wi!l give a concert at Underbooi hail. This is certain to be good. and as the usual dance follows. the usual big crowd may be expected. During the month of March prosecutions for nonenrolment on the Commonwe...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

r he W'heat Scheme. reedeputation which waited on •. Hagelthorn some time ago to Il'him what the farmers oi the Jtict thought of the scheme and reduction in price to millers, the pretty straight, but for all se atisfaction they got, might as 1i saved their breath and time. 'IThe deputation consisted of Cr (eli fin place of,.r. Pickering), Iers. A.W. Cooper, WV, Johnscn rd Nitschke (the latter represen a Mr. Mitchell). Or. Farrell opened fire. He ex plained how the deputation came be appointed, and said the far ers accepted the Federal Govern tent's word that the scheme was ie greatest thing south of the line. fhe ships were to be charteredf,the .heat sold in the London market. adthe farmers get that parity. at the proumise se-med to partake f the prover!:.al piecrtust variety. t haar been s id that the harvest so record one. but had to be re ieabered it represented three ears' labor and expenditure. In t-ing the farmers, therefore, to ccept a lower figure than the Lon p, rarity, a b...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

The War. Everything points to Mr. Hughes being invited to attend the Allied Economic Conference at Paris. The Australian Prime Minister has so for recovered from his attack of : influenza to be able to go into the country for the week end. Stories of two thrilling fights in the air are published. The fi:st occurred between aeroplanes dur ing the raid on Eo-er, and the isecond was that in which a young 1New Zea!ander soared above a Zeppelin and dropped bombs, which, it is thought, caused the damage re.ponsible for the enemy loss of L15 last week. The "Daily Mail" correspondent at Rotterdam says that the Dutch are making preparation on their frontier in anticipation of a great German ioffensive against the Bri Stish front in West F:anders. There has been further heavy fighting at Verdun. where the enemy are said by the French to have made an other minor gain. Appalling revelations are made of the inhuman neglect -hown by the captors when typhus broke out among prisoners at the ,Vitten...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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