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Ouyen County Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

Ouyen eounty @,, rt Judge Wnneke presided .aa ting of the above court o~,, ult. The first case called -, Whitfield, was settle(d l,~y i by consent, for the return n.i , gon or payment of its ta-'!7 ,? in 21 days, with £f7 19 ,/,. Don appeared f'r plaintiff a Walter for the consei dant. H. H. W'hitfiela (Wa:ter). Hicks (Don). This was a d' for £108 13/6. andc this red'. £S 8/, by plaintiff's counsed. defence was that the prn.;. note subject of the claim hi paid, and part of the nothe c had been returned. From :i. aeuce it appeareda efevr: :. i chased same bullocks fromn. p' and afterwards returned cr them. The question of th vj of the beasts returned was the ject of evidence, the seso?),. carrying a deal of weight. , Sconclusion of the eviderce, hI nor said he had fixed th: v. the bulccfks retu-ned at , a verdict would be giv.' fn 16/8, with costs to he fixe 21 days. It was diffictl ,,, in a matter of the soorr. depending on circmnnstai:rc Whitfield v. E Bride?.m, plaintif's counsel ...

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

Boinka Sports. "Its a duty we owe."' Such was the terse remark of a district far mer when sur prise was expressed at seeing him at the recent sports gathering. All the district sports fixtures this year, in the mallee at anyrate, are for patriotic purposes and leaving out the relaxation ne cessary in ever" walk of life, the duty we owe our soldiers carries a lot of weight, and so we go to these meetings, not so much because we enjoy them, but because of that duty. At Boinka on Thursday, 30th ult. There was a good gath I ering, but the absence of a special train from either end reduced the attendance considerably. It was an ideal day, and the sports were held at an ideal spot. A gentle rise, clothed with beautiful pines graced the side of the race tracks, and scat tered throughout were numerous vehicles which had brought people from a distance to see and to be seen. A very casual glance showed what fine work the committee had already carried oui't, and there is not a doubt that each ...

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

T?OR SALE.-How'e Disc Harrow in L' good order.--E. J. Olowrey, Onven. SHARE FARMERS & CONTRACTORS )RICE wanted for Cultivating and L Drilling 200 acres light Iand, 2 mile south of Murrayville. Bore on Block, Can start immediately or in month's time. Allot. 17, Gnnamelary.-Wm. Cornell, Mlurrayville. PPLES, any variety, 3/9, delIvered Sat Onyen raiway station. Pears 4/. Orders at Mrs. Harris' Dining Rooms.-E- Higgins. OR Sale.--Two Drnht horses, guaranteed good workers. F. A. Domaschenz, Nyang. I ANTED.--Strong ILAD to learn the trade.-L. Kennedy, Blacksmith, Ouven. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS, EASTER EXCURSIONS. Holidayc Excursion Tickets will be is sued to and from all stations (suburban excepted) from 18th till 24th April, (both dates inclusive), available for return on and after 21st April till 24th MIay (inclu sive). The journey must be commenced on the date of the ticket, and may be broken (see posters). On tickets bearing dates from 18th to 20th April inclusive the return journe...

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

District Soldiers' Fund. We have benti requestea.to ack nowledge the following donations of wheat to the above fund at the different centres : Tiega.-J. Adeney 5, W. Ar buckle 3, J. Feeneyv 3, J. Matchett 3, J. Giles 2, J. Hoare 3 bags, J. unn 2 sacks weighing 8 bus. 29 lbs.-Total 21 bags. Nunga.-W. Duthie '5. E. J. Dean 1, C. DoTan 2, C. H. Dunk lIey2, L. M'Rae 1, T'. Tonkin5, R. H. Lcckett 2, W. J. Pearce 1, J. M'Lean, jr. 2, J. M'Lean, sr. 2. C. Cloonan 2, K. T. Farrell 1. J. T. George 1. A. HahneI I. WV. Little 3. W. Hickmott 1, R. W.V. Weir 4, WV. L. Gregory 2, *R. M. Guskich I. A. Griffith 2, J. Phief fer 5, M. Irwine 2, !. Eastwell 2, R. Penny 3, J. Steele 2.- Total 55 M. Irwin also donated 2 bags to the Ouyen hospital. Walpeup.-T''he following addi tional donations have been received by the Red Cross Society :-A. M'Kinnon, H. S!oan and Lowk Bros. ?5 each. C. P. Mi!Is 2 2!. H. Edlinr. £1" /. W. James and J. P. Smith .1 each, S. Valiance and Geo. Armstrong 10/ each, B Hann 5/....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

an Rppeal. The promises arlready received b, the Rev. G. E. Downton ad Mr. Hall, in the matter of additional areas to be put under wheat for tile benefit of our soldiers when they return from helping to crush the Hun, are a.; follow : W Clover, 3 scres: Eletcher Bros, 2, E. Harmier 5. M: Irvine 3, F. Shard 2, R. H. Lockett 3, C.H. Dunkley 2. R. 'copei 2, T. Farre!lI 2. R. Lawler 5, T. T'onkin 5, G. Pickering 2, J. Farrell 3, T. WVal.'h 3, G. Eastwell 1, M. Byrne 2, V. Glover 3, C. R. Lockwood 3, S. J. Gill 2, A. E. Laity 2, M. M'Intyre 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. Stasin.h:,'y 3, J. Steele 2, W. Little 2, A. Dickens 2, W. Johnson 2, R. E. Tonkin 3, VW. Ingwersen 2, J. Ross 2, T. Wralsh 3, A.Symcs 5, G. Freeland 5, J. Shelley 3, A. M'Callum 5. T. Bean 3. A. Grif fithls 3, H . Pickering 3, D.Tidd 2, J. Fletcl;er 2. H. Shakders 1. Further promises will be acknowv ledged in the MAIL as forwarded direct or throug...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

C~~ll~m:iiWC11?~$Xko (ommom, wcalkth J ank- ottl·ralt a u HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY oI , General Bank?ing Business F.."t'h, CITIES and TOWNS oF AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remi?zttace made to. and dtrft draii on foreico places hirect. Foreign bilLs I negotiated .nd c".,,tel,. Le.:'er ot c--lit uledi to ace part of the world. I BundKirlgmdg5Ca~ c .iOtc of emr' ni .lti tra:cacted witwil the conoweC t e United lince oia s ,: ah- -L Corr:,t ocoulnta opened Interest poi on fied d epozts.t Sav~ingsL Ban Departmel~nnt I ORANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over Post OCes Interest at Minimum 2 505Dm AUstraia er anss- a Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTTER.TATE and NTEltNATIO~AL S&Zario BHank Facilitien r.x EO.LL C- ? - " ' J-. Ph DENIh IULLCR' nor W. LESLIE [ARK & DON, SOLICITORS, PICKERING-STREET. - - OUT'EN. (Solhcicrs to the Shire of W'alpeup.) ADVANCES ARRANGED & ON MALLEE LANDS AND TOWN-SHIP BLOCKS - Murravyilie,and all intervenig s~tations visited every Thursd...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

pecia " Show W SE~ASON'S GOODS ~AT. iEllion Bros ?. O?rLoRS AND OUTFITTERS S Rowe-street, Ouyen. all and iNswct our. ew and' p Date Rand e of Latet Snitingg d Latest Novelties in Men~s Pr rices to suit all po.keth: THE GLAD HAND a~ts the well-tailored man, and i our tailoring is the Best ! It is ust as easy to get the B~st as 'te poorest, so call at once arid leave your order with us. a e dtsplay of Felt Hats in I1 tyles, also a large and magnificent Sassortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE ow, o call and inspect our Stock_ at once. a. GREATZ. Fmruiterer; GOeengrocer, and Aerated Water mranu facturer. ' Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. E. ARNOLD-, BAKER. AND PASTRYCOOK. lEst Quality Bread from Australian flour 'CATERING A SPECIALTY. SFlour, Brap and Pollard in-any quantity at lowest rates. Agent for Massey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, AlfaLaval crea; m separators and iream cans No Waiting for a S...

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The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

To Subscribers. Subscriber.-to o the OU-vr 3A.rr, w: i do not recdive their Paptrs regularly ar kindly requested to at once notify. ritin.PR.:2 WEDNESDAY. AP. " 2; 1916.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

BQOOJRN-IIAMII1 TOŽ~. On M~arch; 2rthl.. at tht1reh wr~lt~;i C "irco~ t~.· Arcaud~. 1w- Rev. John \\ ~er. of Do'i aid~. 3. J. ho~orn. of 1~~tr~ze' n-rl derrho.l. on!- vo: of the- iae TOhnl andi Janet Buoom, of c~orac.i . ~, .iiic~n ~ fle~. ~-econd! dan~hrtr of VIr and Mm-r G. Jiarnm~tn. M3ounn Vitlr.` Coonooe-r

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OUYEN GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

OUYEN GOLF CLUB. A Meeting of Members and In- tending Members of the Ouyen   Golf Club will be held at the Pub- lic Hall, at 8 30 p.m. on Tuesday, 18th. inst. T. RUSE, Hon. See,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 April 1916

5E1000 IN PRizEs £1000 Melbourne Eight Hours' Art U.ion. Acknowledg.c to he one of the m;;ostl cgenuine of all the .rt Unions ever hel. I (;raui Fe e, Raz~sr. and Art Union In .id of the Charities ( fown and Country). Exhibition Buildings, Melbourue. MONDAY, O10th APRIL. EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION. 100 PRIZES VALUE A;I000. 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 £.0 NOTE.--The cornlittee 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 bona fides of the art union, and that, in their opin ion, the pictures are worth .these prices, the committee ffers if applied to with in one month fromn 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

fje *1TGERALD, GALAH. WHEAT BUYER and GENERAi. AGENT, HAS for sale: Gooid Secondhand Eorseworks "Smith's". £12 on rails at Galah. Agencies: Royal Insurance Co., Fire and Hfail policies. SC rus (ner'orsecbud haind) Oils, twines, etc. Fencing Wire and Buiilding Material Murray Pine at Lowest Rates. Agent for Jobn Ziminel, Tailor, Hatter and Mercer, Maryborough. Ca!I and inspect Samples and Prices before going 'lsewhere. Special Noteie. jT- 9: Vict:orce Proucers' Co-operative Col., !,td·., has5 bee-n appoinltrr Go :.:r:ment agenits under the Whea~t Prool If Scheme. Support ycur.,own com li y.--W, Johnson, Local agent. 1OOC IN PRIZES £1000 Melb ne Eight Hours' .rt Union. Acknowled .' to be one of the miost genuine of I the Art Unions ever held. Grand Fe:r,. Bazaar, and Art Union In aid of the tarities (Town and Country). Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne. MONDAY, 10th APRIL. EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION. 100 PRIZES VALUE: :£1000. Works of Art by Australian Artists. 1st Prize Oil Painting £500 2...

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Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

l1gricnitural eolleges. Mr Pye, Frincipal of the Dookic Agricultural College in his rcpc rt for the month of March states tha' the demand for stud pigs still ket-p' up, and a demand for large white has set in and only suckers are n* 'w available. The large whitc. or large York is in Mr Pye's or:nithn, the best pig of any of the large breeds for crossing with the Berk shire. When there was less de mand for studs a number of the large York-Berkshire crossbreds were trucked to Melbourne and realisedthe best prices. The Berk shire first cross pigs also mature rapidly and for grazing areas are undoubtedly good pigs. They are in advance of the pure bred pigs litted at the same time and yarded with them. On April 1st 12 months test of laving pullets will commene at the college. Three pens of white Leghorns each containing 10 pullets one pen of White Wyandottes, one pen of Plymouth Rocks, and one of Black Orpingtons will take part in the test. The pullets in the Wyan dottie pen are from the...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and Genera [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

Local and Genera We have been requested to zate that Mr W. D. Mitchell, mai ager of the Ouyen branch of the rank of Victoria. will be away on holi days from today 19th. until 2nd i of May. Just once more. There will be no issue of MAL. next Wednesday owing to the Easter Holidays. The office will be open as usual after Easter Monday. but will be closed from tomorrow evening until the following Tuesday morning. Now, please don't worrn when you miss next Wednesday's paper there won't be any. Next Monday there should be a zecord crowd at Cowangie, when the Kow Plains sports club holds its annual great gathering. This meeting has a name to be envied and as the committee is leaving nothing undone to assure success. we anticipate a good time for all who attend. The proceeds go to the District Soldiers Fund, 9nd that is one which canaot possibly reach too great dimensions. If von even think otherwise you are-well you can fill in the blank to suit. I In accordance with the wish of the shire ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
School Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

School Sports. '.; Friday last the picnic and .isrts in connection with the oper. ing of the new school was held un der ideal weather conditions. Both children and parents thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and not a few finished up the day's outing with the dance in the evening, the hall being crowded to its utmost capa city. Following are the results of the chief events ot the afternoon: Boys over 11--G. Grimes 1, W. Aitken 2, A. Liston 3. Over 8.-R. Morgan 1, V. Lu key 2, R. Ingwersen 3. Over 6 -K. Hayter 1; S. Tho mas 2; A. Amor 3. Under 6r-E. Fuller 1; M. Wis neske 2. Siamese race.-V. Ingwersen and W. Aitken. High jump.--G. Grimes. Jumble boot race.-V. Ingdier sen 1, V. Lukey 2. Girls cover 10.-F. Fuller 1, J. Iiston 2. Over 7.-A. i'uller 1, E. L iston 2, E. Parker 3. Skipping.-A. Fuller 1. J. Lis ton 2, E. Wisneske 3. Goal kicking.-J. Fuller. Throwing at wicket.- A. Mc ILeanu Stepping a distance.-A. Mc Lean. Putting weight.-A. Lockett. Open handicap, 100 yds.-Hi. Game, 7 yds, 1; R...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

Walpeup Sports. A few degrees in the mercury makes a big difference in an out ing, and when there is superim posed on this a lavish display of stern Boreas' bad tenirer, the ef feet is appreciable. Last Wednes day broke fair. but with palpable signs of a windy-and therefore dusty-day. Numbers had been looking forward hopefully and pleasurably to a day's outing at the patriotic sports gathering at Walpeup, but the weather condi tions outvoted the longing, and the crowd on the special train was meagre in comparison. And yet, the prettily situated greund on which the sports were held left little to be desired. A beautiful park-hlke belt of pines kept the wind in check, and the crowd had a more or less confortable time. It is a goodly walk from the town. but the bigger bulk used convey ances of every description (and just here we must remark on the generally prosperous look about both horses and vehicles). The inevitable motor car was present, but the roads throughout do not yet favor t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Galah Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

Galah' Greetings. At the tsnal monthly meeting the Progress Association on Itrday las!, in the absence of the esident, Mr. Black presided over faii attendance of members. The attention of the S.R. and S.C. will be drawn to the neces ty of cutting Bathurst burr on reerves. The question of a weighbridge up again, and the council will e asked for advice on weighbridge ad bulk handling. They will al beoeequested to remove a few angerous stumps -t Galab. .Attention of the roadmaster on ibis line will be drawn to the dan gerous condition of railway cross lon the east end of Galah yard. i The meeting was unanimous in uis condemnafion of deviations sur reyed on the E. avd W. road be iseen Nulkwyne and Tiega par ishes, they being surveyed on the S!ope of sandhills. A short cut through L. Munro's block is badly needed, and the council will be notified. A letter from the State Rivers nolifying that ihe channel to Ou Yen will not affect water rates in tLE parishes of Tiega, Timberoo \Valpeop, a...

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The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

The Wheat Scheme. Cr. W. Farrell replies to "Smut ty Wheat and Treacle.": 'Sir,-It is evident that the far mers' protest against the action of the Wheat Board has disturhed the mental balance of "Smutty Wheat and Treacle." "Dictatorial utter ances,""Wind blowing," " Agita ted rural producers," "Easily gul led mallee farmers," 'Axes to grind," "Quacks who aspire to Parliamentary 'nnors," are culled flowery expressions that bh istle through his letter in all the intri cacies of metaphorical confusion. That sort of stuff is the peculiarity of a fanatic's imagination, a raging insanity for Billingsgate poetry without the inspiration. As I am not a graduate of that classic aca demy, I will not take Mr. Editor's space answering such bEffoonery. I, therefore, will reply only to the argumentative portions of his letter. Said he:-'These gentlemen should acquaint themselves with the true London parity.' If this scribe had read up the grain and produce re port in the Melbourne dailies. he coul...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

TANTED.-Good General Servant. Good wages; easy place. Apply Boa 14, Ouyen P.O. iTANTED.-Party with teams todise iTV7 and drill 4(0 acres at Nyang, near station- Will let in one or more lots. Apply at once, E. 31urphy, Nyang. ~iOR Sale.-~M'Cormick Drill, 15 disc. J. Stirzaker, 3lurrayville. SHARE FARMERS a CONTRACTORS TI)RICE wanted for Cultivating and Drilling 200 acres light land, 2 mile south of Murrayville. Bore on Block, Can start iumediately or in month's time. Allot. 17, Gnnamelary.-lWm. Cornell, Murrayville. APPLES, any variety, 3/9, delivered Aat Ouyen railway station. Pehrs 4/. Orders at Mrs. Harris' Dining Rooms.-E. Higgins. OR Sale.-Two Draught horses, guaranteed good workers. F. A. Domaschenz, Nvang. WAT ANTED>Sitroflg LAD to learn the ' trade.-4;. Kennedy; Blacksmith, Ouven. BOORONGIE HALL. A Meeting of all interested in the ao~ve Hall wFill Me held on onday night next, at S o'clock sharp. A. Dows ley, pro. secretary. STATE RIVERS & WATER SUPPLVI COMMISSION. ...

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Ouyen Flour Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 April 1916

eayen Plour pi i There is not the shad doubt now that the .succe d movement to establish and a success of the Ouiyen and D Farmers' Co-operative Flour ing Company rests entirely the farmers thenmselvs The ject has been discussed standpoints, and some ka questions settled. One fear pressed is that oni produceri be enabled to swamp the shareholders by purchasing br of the shares. This danxVer in all getac eS~ such undertakiogs, hut cay to get over it is for the p cer to put in his applicatin shares, and rely on directors to allot them in the ( quarters Don't let this 'c frighten you-it is only a s out melon with a candle i Co operation among the farm the great hope for fnture p o ity, and with the thin edge of wedge inserted by means cf a mill owned and manageid ' farmers of this district, tT every reason to hope th will be driven right hrel near future. That some at I of the farmers are reccgunsit is proved by the applications shares already lodged. At the meeting called for Sat day ...

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