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Ouyen Tree Planting. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 May 1916

Ouyen Tree Planting. When you want anything done, you have to convince the authori- ties that you really mean what you say. It does not matter what the move may be- improved train ser- vice, water supply, erection of grain elevators, the starting of some industry, telephone ex- change, or the planting of trees. Asking, and then letting the mat- ter drop is a waste of time and energy. Asking, and showing you are in earnest spells success. Some requests are out of court so soon as uttered owing to unreasonable- ness, but anything of utility and within reason, is bound to succeed if the people only show they are out for keeps, and are not only asking for the sake of making a noise. When the scheme was first mooted of making a plantation on the west side of Ouyen, to form at once a wind break and a pleasant resort for jaded brains and limbs on a summer's evening, the Forest- ry department, and S.R. and W.S.C. lent a sympathetic ear. Then it was suggested that still further good might be...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricola's Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 May 1916

Agricola's Farewell. -0 -O-------- To you who live by growing wheat, To you who shop keep by the street, To you who work for bread and meat- And little more- Agricola sends this parting "greet," When off to war. For going some will praise and bless him And still there's some will sneer and hiss him; One, old and grey, will clasp and kiss him In anguish sore, And pray the foemen's shots may miss him When at the war. And Agricola now knows well How he loved Ouyen, hill and dell, And leaving farm friends, boy and girl, Cuts at the core, For now he'll join the battle's whirl, And off to war. Faom Ouyen's waste of tangled green, It's wide cornfields where scrub has been; It's clime tho' sometimes fierce and keen, There's worse in store Where foeman's barren soil is seen; And at the war. It's feathered songsters of the wood, It's flocks and herds that chew the cud, It's teams that toil through dust and mud Throughout the year- Man's faithful friends in ill or good, In peace or war. It's e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

Rn Appeal. The promises already received by 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 return from helping to crash the Hun, are as follow : SW. Clover, 3 acres; Eletcher Bros, 2, E. Harmer 5, M. Irvine 3, F. Shard 2, R. H. Lockett 3, C.H. Dunkley 2. R. Cooper 2, T. Farrell 2. R. Lawler 5, T. Tonkin 5, G. Pickering 2, J. Farrell 3, T. Walsh 3, G. Eastwell 1, M. Byrne 2, W. 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. RI 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, W. Ingwersen 2, J. Ross 2, T. Walsh 3, A.Symes 5, G. Freeland 5, J. Shelley 3, A. M'Callum 5, T. Bevan 3, A. Grif fiths 3, H. ' . Pickering 3, D.Tidd 2, J. Fletcher 2, H. Shalders 1. G. Boulton 3, Perkins Bros. 2, W. . Morg'n 2. Further promises will be ackniow ledged i...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

District Soldiers' Fund. We have been requestea to ack nowledge the following donations of wheat to the above fund at the different cerntres: Ticga.-J. Adeney 5. \V. Ar buckle 3. J. Feeney 3, J. Matchett 3 J Gii· 2, J. Hcare 3 bags, J. 2 unn 2 sacks weighing S bus. 29 lbs.-Total 21 bags. Nunga.-W. Duthie 5, E. J. Dean 1, C. Dolan 2, C. H. Dunk le' 2, L. M'Rae 1, T. Tonkin 5, 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. Hahnel 1, W. Little 3. W. Hickmott 1, R. W. Weir 4. W. L. Gregory 2, R. M. Guskich 1, A. Griffith 2, J. Phief fer 5, M. Irwine 2, J. Eastwell 2, R. Penny 3, J. Steele 2.-Total 55. M. Irwin also donated 2 bags to the Ouven hospital. Walpeup.-The following addi-1 tional donations have been received by the Red Cross Society :-A. M'Kinnon, H. Sloan and Iowk Bros. .£5 each, C. P. Mills Q2 2/. H. Edlin £l 1/, W. James and J. P. Smith L1 each, S. Valiance and Geo. Armstrong 10/ each, B. Hann 5/. Galah....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

Local and General. Next Wednesday, the Galah Red Cross Society will hold a big bazaar, with a concert and dance at night The bazaar opens at 1 o'clock. and during the afternoon, the ladies anticipate a busy time. There will be no lack of va-iety of stalls-produce, fancy goods, con fectionery and cakes, and-note this well-there will be fowls' fruit to be disposed of. Just now the egg is worth a heap. so much so that eggs and egg pulp are being imported from China, so whoever gets eggs at Galah may consider themselves very fortunate. For the concert a first rate program has been arranged, while the dance is a cert to be well patronishd. This is another effort to help the soldiers, so get along and bring plenty of cash. The ladies will see to the rest. The District Returning Officer is keeping busy hunting up those who: fail to enrol, and during April con victions were secured at Chillin gollab, Donald, Murrayville, Ouy en, Sea Lake and Wycheproof. Fines ranging from 2/6 to 5/ were1 in...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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The Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

The Wheat Scheme. Cr. W. Farrell replies-Sir,--A your correspondent "Clean Wheat" has written a clean letter he de serves a clean reply. Said he " Does Cr. Farrell wish the nmmer " ons readers of the MArL to be "lieve that us farmers would be bet "teroff if the old method of dealing "with our wheat had remained." I wish the farmers not to entertain such an idea, but what I do wish them to believe is this : That the action of the Wheat Board in reduc ing the London parity from 5/5 to 4/9 per bushel, does not give the Victorian wheat grower a fair deal. For about thirty years these farm ers had to compete in the London market against the wheat grown and shipped by the cheap labor of India, Russia, and Argentine, though under our protection policy they had to pay from 10 to 50 per cent. more for their agricultural requirements, and now for the first time that the London market is high they have to sell their wheat at 8d per bushel under the London parity. If the London parity came down...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmers' Union. MEETING AT YATPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

Farmers' Unio,. MEETING AT YpATpOO At a meeting of the YatpcI gress Association on Satur0daolaro Mr. Leanmon, hon. sec.~ rd ast copy of a report from the ., rnae Times" with reference to the e. mation of a Farmers' Union, ai containing suggestions from waT ragul Farmers' U'nion, Carw Progress Association and twOo places on the Onu en-Murrayh line. A report was also read fro Yabba Farmers' Union stati that that body had saved £100~ twelve months for 40 nianlbers a a subscription of 5/ per year. secretary of that lnion acted a, agent for forty different firms f marflninry, manure, etc., where any other agent would have re ceived from 7 to 20 per cent. com. mission on articles sold, thtus sav ing the farmer the expenses of an agent. Mr. Leamon strongly ad vised the Yatpool farmers to, forst a union. Mr. M'Mahon asked if sny circular on this matter had been received from the Carwarpi Association, and was informed that none had been rece-ied, ho it was expected they would do so Mr. M'Mah...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lessons From Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

Lessons From Germany. The following extract from the "Rural New Yorker" should make farmers think :-During the past year many of our people have mar velled at the wonderful power and. endurance of the German people. What is responsible for it ? David Lubin, speaking of the need of a farmer's marketing organisation, last summer said :-" Let us not be mistaken; the great strength of the German Empire does not come from the 'goose step' of her soldiers, nor from her Krupp guns; it zomes as a direct and indirect result of her Landwirtschaftsrat system for the scientific distribution of her products, of the food pro ducts of Germany." Under this German system every farmer who owns land supports this organisa tion through a part of his tax--set aside expressly for it. He votes for a township chamber of agricul ture and the representation goes on up through county. State, and sec tion, and to a national marketing organisation. In connection with this is a system of rural credits for farmer...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Napier's Fodder Or Elephant Grass. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

apier's Fodder Or Ele= phant Grass. Mr. B. Harrison, F.R.H.S., rigbar, N.S. W.. writes :--Sir, The severe drought through rich we have passed has forcibly incded as of the great value of olufic and drought resistant fod plants, and the above variety highly eulogised by S. African thorities. In its native habitat, etral Africa, it attains the ght of 16 feet. With me last on it reachei 10 feet, and pro ced a large quantity of dark reen, succulent and nutritious fod er, which, according to analy 4, is much richer than green aize. It, cultivation in Rhodesia. .Africa, which is a great cattle zntry, although a large area of consists of poor sandy soil, with light rainfall is now making rapid ??es, and a government official ere says: " There is aconsensus Sopinion that in this plant we are found a fodder of great value bich is available in a green form tring the greater part of the ear, thrives well in the variety of ils. and resists remarkably both rst and drought. It appears robable tha...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

BOOTS! BOOTS! Our New Consign ment of BO3TS is to hand, and WE INVITE INSPECTION of the following new lines----- MEN'S MILITARY - COSSACKS For the Mallee. LADIES' 3-BAR SHOES, GLACE DERBY SHOES, ADA BALMORALS. Children's and Infants' BOOTS and & HOES. IBEN. OKE. OUYEN. D. FULLER, GENERAL CARRIER, A LL GOODS left in my care ' Promptly and CarefUlly Delivered. Why Send to Maryborough ? For your sugar, when you can get it Cheaper At Cotter's. They offer you 701bs. of IA sugar for 22/9 spot cash, also similar Bar gains in all Household Lines, viz., Grocery, Drapery, Pro duce, Timber, Jron, and Wire, Etc., Etc. The Same Address: Onyen, Underbool, and Linga. FITZGERALD, GALAH. W.HEAT BUYER and GENERAL AGENT, UAS for sale: Good Secondhand Eorseworks "Sumith's". £12 on rails at Galah. Agencies: Royal Insurance Co., Fire and Hail policies. Cornsacks (new or second hand) Oils, twines, etc. Fencing Wire and Building Material Murray Pine at Lowest Rates. Agent for John Zimmel, Tailor, H...

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Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

Agriculturai colleges. Mr. Pve, Principal of Dookie College, in his report for April, states that the output of eggs from the pzultry pens is about 100 doz. a week. With the prices ruling for eggs at present the returns are satisfactory. The above result is accounted for by hatching out the heavy breeds very early, and the Mediterranean breeds, such as Leghorns, during August and Sep tember The culls are then ready for the market when the best pri ces are ruling. All the laying flock are sold after their second season and are replaced by pullets. It is evident that to get the best financial results this practice should be adopted in the north, and to still better improve the financial returns, bran and pollard should be bought and stored in quantity when at their lowest market quo tations. This is still more advis able when pigs are also kept on the farm. The gradual waste of organic matter in the soils is a matter of considerable moment to the coun try, and more attention need be d...

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Federal Parliamentary War Committee. SOLDIERS' REPATRIATION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

Pederal Parliamentary War eommittce. 0o- SOLDIERS' REPATRIATION FUND. 1. *iTh Anstralian Soldiers' Re patriaiorn FurA i- designId :o pro vide genera! assistance. by way of loans withont interest, to returned soldiers and their families, with a view to their re-establishment in civil life. 2. A resolution embodying the prinaiple of this fund was adopted by .. conferance of representatives of the Commonwealth and State Governments ana of the Federal Parliamentary War Committee held in Melbourne on February 17th and 1Sth in connection with the schene :for the settlement of re turned soldiers onr theland. 3. T7hz tend is ves:ed in a Eoard of Trustees consisting of fourteen mem'bers, six of whom are mem hers of the Federal Parliamentary War Committee, the other eight being nominated by the Common weaith Gov-ernment. The Prime Minister is Chairman of the trust, ex officio. 4. The Board of Trustees con sists of the following:-Senator the Hon. E. D. Millen; Hon. Sir W. H. Irvine, M. P.; Hon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

Do not be a "craven-heart" and let afflictions scare, Nor a spineless fatalist, and suffer in despair ; Take reverses fighting hard and win as best you can, Dare to call your soul your own, and dare to be a man. If you have a cough or cold no matter how severe, Do not let it get you down and weaken you with fear; There's a certain remedy, 'tis absolutely Waste no time, but get to work with Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/9 APPLES.-Prime eating apples, guar. A anteed free from Codlin moth. First in order of quality and fit for any table. Price: 3/6 and 4/ on rail at Am phitheatre. Cash with order. S. Croft. APPLICATIONS are invited, return able Saturday, May 13th, for the position of Secretary and Caretaker of the Ouyen Public Hall and Library. Particulars at Ben. Oke's News Agency. -H. Pickering. F OR Sale.- M'Kav twin-dise Plough ' 12 disc, guaranteed in first class or der, axles and boxes new, price £;15. James Pryse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

ITRONGiEST PIJE5T /L AN9D EST (1O TO iEL~ igoland to see some of the best naval machinery, but if you require the best farming machinery go to T. Robinson & Co.. Spotswood, or see their district representative-A. WV. Beer, Ouven. CARTING! P. J. Nanearrow is pre pared to undertake Wood and other carting promptly, and at reasonable rates. Address: "Fairy Dell," Onyen. You Will Find It In O ke-st. :Satisfrction in ieaving your order, and satisfaction with tho work when it is finished. That is the basis of business as conducted by J. Beaumontm~ Practical SaddlIr, Collar, -and Harness Maker OUYEN. Ceillar Stuffing and Generil Repairs a Specialty. :Prices In Keeping with fhe Times. Horsehair Bonght. !Second-hand Harness Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. AT THE FRONT. -THE OUYEN BAKERY. Is being :ontinued by the under signed As always, none but the best of four is used in turning out THE BEST OF BREAD. Picnics, Weddings, Birthday Par ties, Balls and Dances Catered for on the shortest not...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

OF pW SieASON' . GOODS AT Elizson Bros., AILORS A2ND OUTEITTFI&S Rooe-ctreet, Ouyen. can ad in· -C! our N\ew' and (Jr C te R zge of Latest Suitings t-1 Let NoTelties in M1en'sr S Prc to 'nit '1 pockets eTHii GLAD HiAND aits th" vell-tailored man, anc our tuiloring is the Best! IsJust as easy to get the Best as e poorest, o call at once -and. '-'re xour order with-us. A fine diplyv of Felt#Hats in af! styles also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE T : itmpect our Stock at once. Fruiterer, GIeengrocer, and Aerated WCate1.ar 3tanu facturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetablis Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIcR BAKERY, OUYEN. E. AN OLD, BAKER AND PASTRVCOOK.. Best uahlity Bread fromn Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and1 Pollard in any quantity at lowest rates. Agent for Massey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, AlfaLaval ream separators and cream cans No Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's Kiora Hairdressing...

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That Flour Mill. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

WEDNESDAY. MAY 10, 1916. That Flour Mill. One of the best signs of progres sion is progress A very palpable fact, no doubt, but does it appeal to you that way? The remark that the other fellow is a wonder is senseless, because he is no greater wonder than you physically, or possibly mentally. If he is getting ahead faster than you, it is merely because he grabs the opportunity when it offers, and unless it is too hot, he holds on. There are times when it is not advisable to grab a seeming opportunity, as for in stance, when you are offered a brick, seemingly all gold, but really just a brick with a gilt cov ering. Those opportunities are only good to throw at the head of the one offering. But the really goldcn opportunity should be taken and held on to. Such a oneis now offering the farmers of this dis trict, The formation of a com. pany to establish a flour mill in Ouyen is one of those rare occa sions when you can help yourself by helping the other fellow. This is no paradox, but ...

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The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 10 May 1916

ap a~en ~Aai1 To Subscribers. Snbscriber-s to the OUYEN M1AIL who do not receive their Papers regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in writing.

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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 May 1916

-An Appeal. The promises already received by 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 return from helping to crush the H?an, are as follow : W. Clover, 3 acres; Eletcher Bros, 2, E. Harmer 5, M. Irvine 3, F. Shard 2, R. H. Lockett 3, C.H. Dunkley 2. R. Cooper 2, T. Farrell 2. R. Lawler 5, T. Tonkin 5, G. Pickering 2, J. Farrell 3, T. Walsh 3, G. Eastwell 1, M. Byrne 2, W. 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. HIoare 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, W. Ingwersen 2, J. Ross 2, T. Walsh 3, A.Symes 5, G. Freeland 5, J. Shelley 3, A. M'Callum 5, T. Bevan 3, A. Grif fiths 3, H. 0 . Pickering 3, D.Tidd 2, J. Fletcher 2, H. Shalders 1. G. Boulton 3, Perkins Bros. 2, W. K. Morgan 2. Further promises will be acknow ledged...

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District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 May 1916

District Soldiers' Funnd. We have been requested 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. Feeney 3, J. Matchett 3, J. Giles'2, J. Hoare 3 bags,, J. l unn 2 sacks weighing 8 bus. 29 Ibs.-Total 21 bags. Nunga.-W. Duthie 5, E. J. Dean 1, C. Dolan 2, C. H. Dunk ley 2, L. M'Rae 1, T. Tonkin 5, R. H. Lockett 2, W. J. Pearce i, J. M'Lean, jr. 2, J. M'Lean, sr. 2, C. Cloonan 2, K. T. Farrell 1, J. T. George 1, A. Hahnel 1, W. Little 3, W. Hickmott 1, R. W. Weir 4, W. L. Gregory 2, R. M. Guskich 1, A. Griffith 2, J. Phief fer 5, M. Irwine 2, J. Eastwell 2, R. Penny 3, J. Steele 2.-Total 55. L. M'Rae 2. M. Irwin also donated 2 bags to the Ouyen hospital. Walpeup.-The following addi tional donations have been received by the Red Cross Society :-A. M'Kinnon, H. Sloan and Lowk Bros. .5 each. C. P- Mills *2 2/. H. Edlin A£1 1/, W. James and J. P. Smith £1 each, S. Vallance and Geo. Armstrong 10/ each, B. la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 17 May 1916

L. FULLER,. GENERAL CARRIER, A LL GOODS left in my care - Promptly and Carefvlly Deli,,ered. CM?TING! P, 3. Nar:carrow is pre pared to undertake Wood and other carting promptly, and at reasonable rates. Address: "Fairy Dell," Ouyen. ESTABLISHED 1909- GRACE & SCOTT BUTeHERS AND SMALLGOODSMEN, FARRELL-ST., OUYEN. None but the beet quality of Beef, Pork and Mutton sold. Corned Beef is a specialty. J Small Goods of Prime Quality. Families waited on Daily. Our reputation is the guarantee - of satisfaction. COACHPAINTING. You want your Buggy renovated, and now is your opportunity. P. DUN7 LEY, Is prepared to paint your ve hicle in the best style, and with only the best quality materials. Prices to suit the class of work. Address: OUYEN P.O. F. W. Prell & Co., GRAIN MERCHANTS, Mielbourne. (Under the Government) ARE prepared to receive. Wheat at Onyen and district stations in ANY QUANTITY.. QUICKEST UNLOADING, NO. WAITING. S. B. THOMAS, District Agent, Ouyen, Kia, Nunga, and...

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