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Boulka Ra[?] A GREAT SUCC[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Boulka R~ A GR1EAT 3 ?resideti. J . ·Juidge Ra~cial, .. 1). y 0" \Stewarrds. A~-ssa r,1 Glowrty, W. i e4 Walsh, G. y ri ley, R. c. a1r .r farrell and T3 Jq hl?. Clerk of Scri StarterT1rTei Timekeeer.Mr lerk Of Course Mry HanndiCappr of m1 nrJ. Rt. aEt (E. T. Doshy,? GJ@eo. Gill, Seca~qty The first ratheri: rcently-!orn ed h1el 'Athletic Ca nival ?ednesday , in a weather, in t st ,t?_. attendance. Gccd d eceive-d e7r all almost ever7 inst~a faced the starter. 1Dowsley sad G. Q [assistanJce of the othE 11l arrangements Seterything passed hitch. The proce?d,, inz are in aid of th n Lfunds, which1 shcd rt I siderably. TheV fol!c s s hireslts : NOVICE HAŽT dk 100 Yards. First, Li ild e A. Wilkinson, 1875:P -1 A. M'Pherson,37 y r to H. Waters, 27ds to Time, lines~. ·: S TRIAL tsT e Six frlongs. First, 7 e-I £1; secod, 5/. To ae without whip or ';sl ae Park King, 9st e Leila, 8st 12ibs Treaty, ast 101b r S SHEFFIELD HiiA 130 Yard:. First, 3; :elC ,e D.L. Wh itecross, ii H. Waters. 11iyds )...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAUSE OF THE COLLISION. CAPTAIN KENDALL'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

CAUSE OF TlE .COLLISION. CAPTAIN KENDALL'S STATE MENT. An important statement has been made by Captain Kendall, of the Empress of Ireland. " The Storstad " he says, " was two miles-off when I first saw her. The fog obliterated her. -I'stoppsed my ship and whistled three short b!asts, to which:the Storstad re piied with one long blast. Some minutes later the Storstad loomed n? in the fog a ship's length away. I megaphoned to her to go astern, rand gave orders for the Empress to be driven full speed ahead, hoping il this way to avert a collision. After the impact I asked the Stcr tad to continue full, speed ahead, in order to fill. up the hole she made in us, but she backed. I failed to i beach the Empress because her engines were useless three minutes after the collision." From other statements, it would appear that' Captain Kendall slg nal!ed.to the .t.orstad in the cus tomary way, indicating that the Empress of Ireland was maintain ing her course. The surviving oftieers: of the Emp...

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

0!-- *pr1 z ress. i co "ened by Mes.rs enld W D. Mitchell, E. Tin; R. Constlev ?,:. S-held in the, a -.'- evening. wn-i. ,.. 20 preset. M ..'.| to -be chb.ai - . L r . ed - : .. "T ,. z •i -,.hich we- t :--"' i " .)I : or f an ord inar : ion; and, in addi -as of mutual im e -co dcd, that a tIague u.?Ifk2W Said1s1 maneeting C '?.: r; .,--.,: ;,,,Ce ago anfd."a A -wite appointd t?o drwv R jigd be- called to d. oe :, l sked whether this we, rt to r'c4nstrtct the old k. ski a'pregresi associa- c I dfia?ite views. lden said he had been in n tel-dl a nieetiag to see 1 ir namnthin could be done to Leacue of Progress. He, ::!aiine the bcjects the con 3,d in v-iw, and personall t the idea would -apreal to n t was internded to have a ig society also. seretar-t red the rules up by the snb-committee at i-ous meetin-, after which C Innes moved, and Mr Castle lEd, that the rules as read be L d for three months. Thi. I~ O'e said a Young NVen 's " rcfcentlv formed nvhose s hethonght vwere very clos...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Collision at Sea. 1032 PERSONS LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Coisi on at Sea. S 1032 PERSONS LOST. it - n The loss of the handsome Car Sadian-Pacific liner Empnress of Ire n land (14,191 ronl) in the St. LIw e '-nce River early on Friday mor-~. , ! . co 'nstitute< the second greatest , isast:er in shiapping annals. S-~c'rding to figures supplied Softicialvy, the vessel left Quebec for k Loncon on Thursday..afternoon, :t-.ih 7 first class passengers, 153 second, 715 steerage, and 432:met hers of the crew, ori a total of 1,387' Ssouls. Of this .number enly 18 F passengers in the first-class, 131 in the second-class and steerage,; and 206 members.of the crew,ior a total of 355 have been saved, leav ing 1,032. h.- :_ive perished. t , . ',ian'c was lost in c a . cmounted to ·.," c.:a: ·$ co!lier- Storstad , -.'.?' . -,--h was inward .~.- .c: j:ro the Princess of s "" . . :": r fog- at half-past 2 v -"•: r;ay morning,:arnd a . . _. pates from amidships h to1 -oerm. s Almost immediately the great liner heeled over, and the wa-ter rushing ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football Teams Saturday. OUYEM v. TI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

- Po~tba3 T~eams Saturday., &istr r v. OU~3hIT V. 13 Osyen-W. LIeg, F Feptherby, Grace, Ha Crcsbie, Britt, Bass, M Harmer. P. Monsghsa, Cook~, Penny, Lafranchi, and Scott. ,merges ford, Leydon. Nancarrrc and O'Longhlin. I!n t Mr Jee Silver wishes to that he will entertain t2.· teamn at supper.r )ODNGA V. TIB.AX Tiega team nill be Taylor. P.enny (0). Lawler (2), Bevaa, P. Stanyer (3), Thomas; Rogers, M'Farlace, HEg ton, Pickring, M'MaaQj, LeCouteur, Finch, latci Wtilkinson. Anderson (2) -elleville and Clover. Stecrearies are remiaode future lists of playell sanded in not later thta 9 n Wednesday morniIg, ;hey will le tcolateforl'

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLIER'S RESPONSIBILITY. WRIT FOR £400,000. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

CO.1,IERIt'S RESPONSIBII"l'Y. W?IRIT FOR £4oo,oQc. . Later. On the arrival at Montreal of the SStoistad the Canadian-Pacific Com pany issued a writ against .Captain AnAerson claiiing two million dellars (£400,000). Seamen on the Norwegian vessel say that Captai Andbrion'was not on duty at the time of the collision. They add that the Storstad was ordered asterrn before striki'g- the Empress of Ireland. Examrinatioa in dock at Qiuebec shows that the bow of the Storstad was smashed for a length of 15ft., and her i-nchors driven into .the h.ull, b6y fthe force with which she stru.k the Emnpress of Irelaind.

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

COLLIDING TEMER'S CObLITDING .STEAIMER'S STORY. • Captain Anderson, of tie Stor stad, which arrived in Quebec untder her own steamul, declarts tha: the colli: ion was entirely due.to the .o " -'." .'t down on both vessels quickly." i The Storstad picked up three hundred persons, whom they trans ferred to the .Government vessels, I ILady Evelyn and Eureka. The bows of the Storstad were stove in, and her anchor has been 4ost, having dropped on board and sunk with the Empress of Ireland: She has entered dock to be over hau!ed. S *

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

·-- . Blk ,,t t %%..W eehvrigh t, GK -TRlT OU'1EN, Stri r Cn a secialty A. 1 ALL Au , "O . "b ;' ,-; - Price', " v -- V c,"ur Satisfaction. !. O u C a alo e __ will solv "-q'<":}a '? 5?' ? o S . r -urnP i re Pr r e n For te boD 1 o ou u-o- friands we - . F~r, ?e-afnd 1 s frt e.r f- asli-s. .,: ti... f-o" - o -tB -ur--s- homes of al! sizes. We ha .set . sta.,a. in Fa-:itre maring- . , db :Ci?, C ii w ll sasoe. h C ~e~a sd a 1~ 71 4Qaae gidne j bit~ as you want it~ Gents' Lounge Chairs, uoholstere.d in sad !e-bag 37> Box Couches, upholstered top, opens eithsr side, up holstered in art cretn-aes or :apestries, f:om ... B7, SPECIAL--9 piece Oak Dining Suite, compr.sea r extra large Gents' easy chairs, 6 dining chairs and et::a large coach, upholstered in first quality pantasote. T"i?. is an ex ceptionally fine looking suite; the frames of very hand some and good style design, azo splen didly finished in solid oak.. .... ... 4 c?Ba.wocid and Walnut Dining Suite-2 comfrztabl...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Conduct of Hotels. RULES TO BE POSTED. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Comduscd of hotel3. RULES TO BS POSTED. SWithin the next..few days cus tomers.to hbtsls will- Le interested in reading a new notice that is to bt. posted on licenset premises. It will.sl how what may or may-not I he done by hoteilkeepers. The notice- ha?s been issued r the Chi~c ommissionee of Police, with the approval of the resildent and secretary of the Licensed Victualilers'-Association, at the su;, gestion of some of the members. It:read as foflows: Only 'ober, reputable persons, who comport thenmielves respectably halirthe right to access to these premises. The licensee or. his servant or any consteale can eject or arrestL m~mlts anyi dt the ?tillowing ot lences:- i.--TUses thret-ni ; obscene, in decent or profane iasguage, or be h.avesin an insuiting or' indecent manner 2.-The licensee mristnot permit thieves, irnioral wo.en, or any person of khown bad chaifctrr and repute to frequent or te-rraih on his premises, and he mu~st not supply or permit riyofe etse to buy for or sta...

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

OBITUARY.   The funeral of the late Mr Reg James Metcalfe, son of Mr and Mrs E. J. Metcalfe. of Boorongie, whose   demise was reported in our last issue, took place on Saturday after noon, and was very largely at- tended, testifying to the esteem in which he deceased was held. The service at the grave side was con- ducted by Mr W. Castle, of the   local Methodist Church. The members of the local branch of the I.O.R., of which body deceased   was a member, marched in pro-   cession. The mortuary arrange- ments were capably carried out by Messrs Ayton and Hatfield. The   pall-bearers were Messrs Harvey, Godrem, Pickering, Redfern,   Luxford and White.  

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

IEPRI:E MINISTER. Si' e conclusion of a prolorged in? of the Cabinet in the after , the Prime Minister said he received a number of messages t ngratulation on the action the Srnment had taken. b We harv taken a very serious , the most serious yet since ltion began," added Mr Cook. iie ed of thirteen years the es are dead-locked and re .ible government paralysed. I grand tribunal of the nation.' SThis is a special appeal to all tralians to rally to the Federal dard. 'The plain fact siould be stated, ely, that unless the political UtiOs now r got d t is UCC SS5IX r.AIIO\ tnthe dead-loch some e cogstitutional problem) viust o apptal to the* electors wit le fullest coufidence to join in this ,rt to preserve and restore to eir proper functions the constita n and lParliamext whick they e created." + t

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]IN THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

S1N THEE SENATE. 'k' s , a look of expectancy . jaces o; Opposition ?Seators, e House listened gravely nator Tat Givens, the Presi '--ed formally if there were Set1tions to present." Sema d11ea had risen in app2rent -'I: :ss to say sometbhin , bot re 2''rr to in Suse that the Prime d ar has advised His Encellency overor-General, who has i,,easd to laccept that advice, simultaneous dissolution of I o?ses has been granted, sub tihe necessary provisions imadt to carry on the Public announcement was received cheers and whistling. t ~a 1

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ouble Dissolution. [?]HOUSES GO TO THE COUNTRY. [?] ABLY IN AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

able: Dissolua A tiOn. ~ COUNTRY. A YN AUGUST. S, our Melbourne ,1t seat us the folsl?ving noge atd House of Repre " have been granted a Both Houses have S lrned till Wednesdav." oe i1o2se of Representa bled at 10.30 a.m. on Sre an eager expect s0?ething unusual was ap2en. The Prime e in smiling as if he great necs to communi .Minister for Customs a) as the first speaker, on as he finished Mr pptiou leader) stood SL4 K ked "If the Primen b ad anything to commuui e to announce," said Mr ihat I tendered certain ad 'i ts Excellency the Gover 'ai, which he has been o accet. Hs Excellency Ni ed to dissolve simultane h douses, su?oject to the proviion0s being made to ? { the Public Service." st of cheering came from lister a" side. Opposition laugihed and some followed onicai cheers. Mr Fisher Sduntmoved.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Newspaper Subscriptions. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

ii C· crzsu~~~zcriptec$cr l 'e f,~cwtiz g are tl'et? Sof ii-ari <. CT r is c: ,t nutEdW I 3. C(TriIl~ V.J c & r:ct (.) ptL=` I 1~(E to d C~~r CG17F1CiEIEli a Sitcr rii to rx' the M:tl7criptici. 2. If stlrscrit-erL order the coriir.u^.Ice 01 their reE f the r'zhlis2her mav ccitiltle to it until all arrears a:-E paid. 3. If ilt:· c'- . ·:r Ecg Ept 7r r futet tc take- thtir p t erstrot '-c:i-c, nce to which tboy ire' zccted, they are rc;psLt they have ,cttlc6 :Li. ordered t~ieir pad er ti, br tinurd. 4. If subscribers Ineve to plheea without iunforriia. the ' lisher, aiid the papers are is: the formcr address, such subtct are held re o sible.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat in Bulk. SHIPOWNERS FAVORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

Wheat in Bulk. SHIPOWNERS IFAVORAB. The handling uf w7heat il h a matter of con-sideitaile inte:; Australia, and thl 'btustica be definitely deterain;, k. fore very long. Mr A.' Payne, by offt-rii; A!u u c Royal Agricultural Society competition as to the 'est ri of dealing with whieat in the paddock, has recentlv to expedite a decisio?n. Adi: interest s lent to uc e !Jr S(sas3 the "Argus' ) Iyv ;' tiations with Sir 'u.as ,: the appointment f a c; expert to make '?.mn on the subject. Ey xie ever, it has been felt tb greatest problem is th. d;i that would be "e: shippers in regard u carriage, in that the holdso!i would have to be specially; to carry wheat in bulk. I. on this point have ern r,!ai ship-uowers in LOcnon bhvy seI:tative o` the ' Ar;_us," the shipping firr.s ap'i appear to iae Cqtite -iiiingf wheat in bulni: if they aim?r t, d o 5o. They aay it i:a: for the charterers to decidea charterer w'ishes to charter for bulkl wheat from Austr shipcvro l i:, f:d ::n::e The general v...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARWARP. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

- CARWARP. From our Correspondent,., A meeting of the Carwarp Pro gress Association - was held on Saturday last, there being 35 Settlcrs present. President M 'Nabb garos On ntheir crops, A letter was received-- from thg Mallee Branch of the- Laids De partment notifying that the fort-, nightly list of lands available would be posted to -the secretary for use of members. The Postraster-Generai wrote intimating that the request of the association re telephone would be considered at an early date. Secretary Rielly suggested that a working bee be formed on a date to be fixed and each-settler to bring in a load of mallee roots and load them in trucks at the .railway sta tion to be sent to the Mildura hos pital as a donation .roni the Car warp settlers. The suggestioni was enthusiastically -received and the date fixed for 27th July. It was decided that the Lands Department be requested to survpy I r- ~ ----.t -LaLuSb ana have Ssame offered at a public auction. The FecrCetry was. instructed...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Noxious Weeds. SUGGESTIONS FOR SUPPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

Noxious W"eeds. SUGGESTIONS FOR SUPPRES ETON. [By Alfrew J. Ewart, D.Sc., Ph.D.. . F.L.S.- Govt- Botanist, Victoria.] i At some recent pr. cutions under the Thistic Act at Leongatha, the Police Magistrate, iMr G. Read MMurphy. offered a scrie, of prizes to the children tbringing the largest ,nunmhers of rag wort, a plant withk which the district is infested, to the head teacher cf the State school. As a result.. the head teacher writes to say that so far 19,943 plants of ra-gwort av uccin brought to him, and t at over t 12.000 were brought i:1 duri.g te first tour days. Apparcntiy, the idea has been successful. and the e children have for the time being cleared the district, more or less of plPnts of rag-wort of .p reciable size. There can be 1:o doubt tiha the same idea might be extended to other districts infested by pro claimed weeds with good effect, although it seems hardly fair to throw a new burdon on the already heavily-laden shoulders of teachers. If the fines obtained as t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Caledonian Gathering at Boinka. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

Caled inia Gathiring at Boinka. The opening -zeiebration .of .he;e Boinka Caledenian Society took place on-...Tuesday evening. Three pipers in national dress were in Iattendance. Visitors came from Ouyen, Pinnaroo and other stations along the ?lurrayvillef line and a crowded hall for the concert wask the result- Chief Muir opened the t proceedings with an appropriate address, welcoming the visitors. Chief M'Clelland (of Pinnaroo) and Chief Steele (of Ouyen) re sponded on behalf of the visitors. The concert programme opened with a solo by Piper Cunningham followed by a song by Miss Waters. "My Ain Folk," which was well rendered; Mr Tresize was in good voice with "Bonnie Mary oft Argyle;" The . ighland Fling danced by Mr A. Cunningham brought forth an encore; Mr Beer's recitation. "Scenes in the Streets of Edinburgh," was well rendered; "The Blue Bells of Scotland" as a violin solo by Mrs Jones was one of the gems of the evening, and re-i ceived a well-deserved encore.: The first part...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

J F. Britt, Genel- CoZmmoA OUY E N. C£ent Fcr Manures. i AGEN'T i R : 12 jol Dha3;~-G & , w, rleat!i. ouyeTs. X heat ghtin a qjantitY fo. spot cash-. Vl.'eat i st crcd for 12 wconi,.a ftree oli charge. Corn-'sck sold s at e"S ltl^t t--"'"" ... Fire. lMarer;, Accint. Sick- ' In'pkl~tis of Astraliar i w' nufactre. ircld . Nf - a Vesters, Drills. plo-gs, C-ti tiatoirs, -orseworks, CLha-i. utters, Bag Loaders. Hayl Rakes, Earro-ws, etc. i gAWL]NG & SON's Famous igoi5l and Buggies. PovI- I AuSTRALIA-IN MiuTTUAL ?-ENT SOCIETY. The largest i: mutual life office in the Bri tish Empire. Bas the iorld'si record for paying the largest! bonuses. Funds, 428,000,000i Divides profits yearly. The Ouyen Hotel. (T-rcEr Ncv- msrngcreCrt) MRR ard IMRS F. WAT ERS, Late of WVyc.beprcof. S EG to intinrate that they havel tia? r (-.,cr t.ie above Hotel,Ir iad the travelling public canl relyon having their every want a attended to. LARGE AIRY ROOMS, COMIFCRTABLI BEDS, " ' Ai-'avs' cn -aud ^-...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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I.O.R. Social. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 12 June 1914

I. . ..R. Social A 'successful social was held by the local branch of the I,O.R. on Monday evening in the shape of a concert and rabbit pie supper. The novelty. of the entertainment had the efect intended and a well filled hall was the result, which must have been gratifying to those who had worked so hard to make it a success. Great credit is due to the secretary, Mr .A. Canty.. who ar ranged the programme and spared noeffort in. other, directions. The: lodge wish to thank donors 6of pies, cakes, etc., also those who; gave their services that eveningi, (especially Mr Valentine) and the1 contributors to the concert pro-j gramme.,: T'e ?erture was - played by Mr: LaWson, who also acted as accoir panist. 'Sonks W6-re rendered bv Misses 'Waters, Irvine& Iarris and Messrs Armfield, Valentine and iawso; recitations were given by iss iiluhby, Rev. Irvine and Mr Willoughby; selections were also given on the Znophoekind etnt 4by r Okenophnekindl ¢'Alf -...... d1 4CC Iei p the chair,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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