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The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

A lail TG ?ui 'rbers. Subscribers to the OUOYEN MAIL who do not receive their Papers regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in writing.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

I.N ILEOR-IAM. ANZAC IHiERO. LAYTON.-In sad and loving remem brance of Pte. N. Layton, who was killed in action at Gai!ipoli on 25th May, 1915. He answered nobly to his call; He gave his best, his life. his all. -Inserted by 'Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris and Family.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nunga Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

Nunga Notes. The morning of Empire Day at S.S. 2756 Nunga was occupied by special geography, reading, and composition lessons on the great British Empire. Mr. Tonkin, cor- respondent of school committee, also gave the scholars a good ad- dress on their duties to their sol- diers and their country. In the afternoon a fine crowd gathered on Stubb Tank Reserve for the annual picnic, which proved a great success. Racing and other interesting events filled in the time agreeably until tea time, when Mr. W. Steele, of Ouyen, addressed the scholars and presented attendance prizes to Vera Dolan, Grace Dunk ley, Mavis Dunkley, Horace Dunk ley, and Ian E'Lean. MR. Steele introduced Sergeant Bowes, who, after Impressing the need for every man over twenty one to don kkaki, gave an interesting description of Egypt, and the various camps. MR Tonkin proposed a hearty vote of thanks to MR Steele and Sargeant Bowes for their presence and help. MR Dunkley seconded the vote, and the pleasant after- noo...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Galah Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

Galah Greetings. The effort of the local Red Cross Committee to add to its funds by means of a bazaar was crowned with success. The gala took place on 17th inst., and the prettily decorated hall found a fine crowd, with healthy purses present. Stalls laden profusely with various ar- ticles of use and ornament were set in such positions that there was no overlapping, but the crowd found the fun fast and furious in its efforts to get just where it seemed most favorable to help. The tea provided calls for an especial word   of praise, fr it was a veritable banquet, and a word of praise is due to the ladies who provided and looked after the wants of the hun- gry multitude, and if we might particularise without offence (none intended, anyway), Miss R. Rogers, Miss R., and Mrs. Arthur Penny were very solicitous in seeing that everyone got full value for the modest bob asked for to sate the inner man. Walpeup Brass Band added in no slight degree to the enjoyment of the occasio...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 31 May 1916

WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1916. Local and General. Seven volunteers have offered since the last list was published, and of these, six passed all the local tests and proceeded to Melbourne. They are A. V. Westcott, W. J Cant- well, E. H. Hill, W. H. Faulken-     head, M. Fizmaurice, J. Simpson,   while J. B. Conlon failed. Replies to the request for the names of sol- diers for inclusion in the roll of honor are slow in coming in. Don't you know of one? At a meeting of the Ouyen Hall Committee on Saturday of last week, Mr.R. S. Ritchie was ap- pointed secretary and caretaker. It will therefore now be necessary for anyone requiring the use of the hall or library to leave word at the MAIL office. It is notified by advt. elsewhere that parties pilfer- ing papers from the library, or wa- ter from the hall tank, will be pro- secuted. The war casualty lists recently issued decide the question as to the whereabouts of Pte. J. Booley, of Nyang, whose name has a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

An Appeal. --o 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 solriers when they return from helping to crush the Hun, are ab follow : Previously acknowledged: Acres. 144 C. C. MengIer 5

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Wherein the Danger Lies.-The dan ger of opiLm in cough medicines lies not only in the drug but in the fact that opium checks the congh, causing ;he mucus to be retained in the air passages and form culture beds for germs ot pneu monia, scarlet fever and diptheria. Pneumonia is more likely to follow wheoping cough or a cold when a pre paration containing opium is given. There is no opium or other narcotic in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and being an expectorant it cleans out the germ culture beds thus preventingpnen monia. Croup.-Every young child is suscep tible to croup. Don't wait until this dreadful disease attacks your Ihttle one before you prepare for it. It comes in the night when chemist's shops are us ually closed, and this alone should be warning. Get and keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy on hand. It never fails, acts quickly, and is absolutely harmless. -Sold by all storekeepers. NOTICE.-All outstanding accounts Sdue to the undersigned mnst be settled within 14 days hereof to...

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Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Overseas Tobacco Pund. ---o To the above fund we have to acknowledge the following dona tions: A sD 10 5 O T. Tonkin ... 2 O A Bob (weckly) 1 0 Jas. M'Lean 2 0 Mrs. Ingwersen. tobacco and cigarettes FRESH FRUIT For The MIalee. APPLES. 7/- Bushel Case -7/. GRAPES. 8/- Bushel Case -8/. 4/6-- Half Case -4/6. Freight Paid to Any Station. Fruit Despatched o,; Mondays, -ednesday'- , anI Fridays. Send Postal Note or cheque with order N.B.-Don't ask for fruit not adverti=ed. R. G. CAMERON, Merbein, via Mildura. Why Send to Mary-borough? For -our sugar, when you can .get it eheaper Iat eotter's. They offer you 701bs. of 1A sugar for 22/9 spot cash, also similar Bar gains in all Honsehlold Lines, viz., Grocery. Drapery, Pro duce. Timber, Jron, and \'ire, Etc., Etc. The Same Address:" Onyen, Underbool, and Linga. June Ouyen, Monday (till 3 p.m.) 12 WValpeup ,, aft'n 4 p.m. 12 Cowangie, Tuerday afternoon, 13 Tutye, Tuesday evening, 13 Boinka, Wed. (till 12 noon) 14 Linga, ,, (from 2 till 4) 14 ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

IN MEMORIAM. BENNETT.--In loving memory of our dear Grandad, w-o passed peacefully away at "Athol Bank," Warracknabeal, on 7th June, 1915. Sleep, dearest Grandad, we would not awake thee For sorrow and trouble to darken thy brow. How sweet is thy sleep with the birds singing o'er thee; No sickness nor pain can come to thee now. -Inserted by his sorrowing granddaugh ters, Ethel and Ivy Nunn. With its brass-mounted corners and clasp over locks, Behold Belinda's huge bridal-day box ! On raising the lid, enchanted, you'Il see Snowy billows of beautiful lingerie. A silken-crepe kimono, embroidered with doves ! White satin slippers, stockings and gloves ! And safe in the corner, sound lungs to assure, A bottle of Woods' Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen and District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Ouyen and District Sol= diers' Fund. o The following promised dona tions have been paid, and the secretary will be pleased to receive all unpaid promises : Amount previously acknowled ged: £ sD 71 5 0

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Orchadists' Direct Fruit -s Supply. No. 9 Flinders Bulidings, Flinders-st., Melbourne AiPLES ! APPLES! And all fruits in season. 1'e dlespaltchll to any par of the'Comumon wealth choice Jonat1hans from 3;6 to 4 ; case (6d extra for wrapptiugi?, Qunces 4 '6. l'ears 4,. Pine Apples. Passion Fruit, iBananas quote on application Cheque or P.N. with country orders. These prices on trucks at Spencer-st., Mielbourne. BOOTS! BOOTS Our new Consign ment of BO 3TS 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 S HOES. BEN. OKE, ouvE N. You W;iil Find It in C ke-st. Satisfrction in leaving your order, and sathsmts,,a with tho work when it is finished. TiL:.. t' basis of business as c ducted by . - aumont, S... '_7.. Saddler, Collar, -and Harness Maker ' UJYEN. Cc- : " and GeneraI-Repairs aSpecialty. Prices In I.. aping with the Times. . -chair ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

COMMONWEALTH ? ? OF AUSTRAL9. 49 per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925. PRICE OF ISSUE. PAR. TIlE L?AN IS TO I:E IrTIl.lISII) FOR ,l? .\ i'UPI'O$E. ONI.Y. and will take the formn of either INSCRI.IED STOCK or Ta-: R t. Y i)N i'. :at o ?tion of Sulhril,er. Tihe sto~ve li~oaui is jin-itvl no.,Ir Ai'r .FI P I AMI.,I\'.ENT of thle C ni' -wm,?eaxltlh of Anttslrlia. antla,ri-itii the TIIE.iSI:II-'[ 1, br 5O .0? 000. asIvd hoth CAI'IAIl. a ,I INTERESTLI will I~e a C iIutI.E on? the ,1IL?<OI.IIiATr ') I:I:Vj:NN * of the ( tl O iNiV E .;t. to and FIt:lNSI:-t- I:R E o CossloNW n:ALTII ior ?'AT E STAM.\L I DUTY and INTIIRFST FI:I;;: 'C'- IN oiitRT.\X. -t'o-:KDi nr ::i'Nle will be accepted at PARl in. pavnlvrt of icommornwealth PRORATE: and SUCc:-:ISloN I:rTY Th' -tos:k is an :uthorlscedi TRUSTI:E IlV.EST.I"iNT T:'t:.SUIlti l)ND.Si is--i, in denimnairios of £!O. £100. £500, and £1000. or STOCK INSCR!IIIEI in amountta oif £~CO ad multiles of £10 ov-r £100 R'I'.EYAiI.E AT l-~It ON 15Te Iil-NRSItERt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

OF ;: SEASON'S -ZOODS AT El!ison Bros,, ILORS AND OUTFITTERS Rowe-street, Ouyen. ll and insfect our New and UG Dpte Raune o& Latest Suiting: L:. -t Noveltites in Men's SPrices to suit alI pockets THE GLAD HAND :aits the well-tailored man. anc our tailoring is the Bs- t! Itslust as easy to get the Best as te poorest, so ca at once and Ieave your order with us. Sfine display of Felt Hats in all vies, also a large and magnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE o.,, so call:I and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiterer, Gxeengrocer, and Aerated Water 3rant facturer. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. E. ARNOLD,' BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK=. Best quality Bread from Australian flour CATERING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Bran and Pollard inlany quantity at iowest rates. Agent for MIassey Harris farm imple ments; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. Bartram and Co, AlfaLaval cream separators and cream cans No Waiting for a Shave AT Smith's Kio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916. Local and General. Owing to the lease of the present plant and premises expiring on 21st inst., the conductors of the MAIL respectfully ask all friends who desire to see the business con duated on the lines of the past tnwelve months, to pay up subscrip tions and business accounts promp tly. It is only by such means that we can continue to work in the in terests of the district, and if the re sponse to this par. is anywhere within reason, we hope, despite the great heights to whlch the price of paper and all other material re quired in the trade has risen, to not only keep up to the standard set, but to, in the near future, im prove all round. But it rests en tirely with you. The present ar rangement terminates on 21st inst., and we have to fix up by.then. A pleasing feature in the confer ence of farmers at .Luyen on Thurs day last was the keen interest ta ken in the flour mill movement. Nearly every delegate took away a copy of the pr.spectus, and it would ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Bpe @tenr rAail To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OUYEN MAI. who do not receive their Papers regularly are kindly requested to at once notify in writing.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Shire Council REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Walpeup Shire Council REPORTS. Finance.- Accounts amounting to £57 4/2 were passed for pay- ment. This is one of the smallest pay sheets ever issued by the coun- cil. Secretary and Rate Collector. Mr. A. J. Stephens reported having collected £1053 8/1, the principal item being rates arrears £619 14 11, and rates current £333 5/10. Ar- rears of rates outstanding are East riding £1410 11/9, and West rid- ing £2224 14/. Treasurer.--Mr- W. D- Mitchell reported (two months) having re- ceived £2113 3/4. The cr. balance in the bank was £1816 0/10, but £1000 of this belongs to the Loan No. 2 account, and will have to be thus transferred shortly. This ac- count at present is in credit £507 13/10. Health Officer.-Dr. Lindsay re- ported everything in the shire in a healthy and satisfactory condition. GENERAL BUSINESS. As water is urgent, and labor is available, Cr. Farrell considers it a good time to urge the S.R. and W.S.C. to push on with the con- struction of the channels to the western bou...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup South Celebrates. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Walpeup South Celebrates. Having progressed so far in the march of civilization as to erect a hall wherein the children may be educated, and the children of lar ger growth foregather for purposes of social intercourse. the residents of Walpeup South decided have a celebration. On 17th uIt., there fore, people within and without the radius made for the common centre, bent on having a good time. And there is reason to believe no one was disappointed. The wea ther was grand, for both The picnic and dance, and the program pro vided.gave ample variety, and the fun proved to the liking of all. After the children's events had been disposed of, the elders were allowed a chance. J. Bennetto got the plum for steyping a chain, N. Vallance was too speedy for the other benedicts, E. Schubert gal loping into second place; Mrs. Lear won the canter for the better hal ves, with Mrs. Bennetto second. Messrs. Bush, Hickey and Neville each proved deadly in bowling at the wicket, and whacked up the spoi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmers Awakening. CONFERENCE AT OUYEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 7 June 1916

Farmers Awakening. CONFERENCE AT OUYEN. The farmer, throughout the world, is a patient and long suffer- ing being, but if the conference held at Ouyen on Thursday last is any criterion, some at least of the clan are waking up. Gradually it has been dawning on the man on the land that it is he who keeps the city going, not the city that keeps him alive. The city, of course, helps the farmer in no small degree. but without the farmer, the city would soon fall to very small potatoes in fact there would not be any potatoes, or anything else to eat. This glimpse of sense found fruition in words, and fin- ally in deeds by some of the mem- bers of the Carwarp Progress As- sociation. Probably some of our readers will ask " Where is Car- warp, anyhow?" Well, Carwarp is one of the newest settlements in the north-western Mallee, and the men who have gone in there pion- eering are just the men to do things once they set their minds to it. Recognising that nothing was anywhere near as right as i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commonwealth War Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

eommonwealth War Loanm Another issue of the Common twealth War Loan has been launch ed on the Australian money mar ket aed the full terms of the Pros pectus are given in another column. A perusal of the terms will show that. ger:erallv speaking, the issue is similar to the two previous is sues as regards rates of interest and other conditions. the loan be ing repayable in 934 years at par, and bearing interest at the rate of 454 per cent. A full six months' interest is payable on the 15th De cember next, and as instalments are spread over a period to the 15th November, this represents a sub stantial bonus to investors. If looked at simply as a gdit edged in vestment the issue is again highly attractive, but at this criiical junc ture in the history of the British Empire, there are more vital con siderations to be 'orne in mind than the mere question of the at tractiveness of the loan as an in vestment. In a recent British man ifesto signed by many of the lea ding financiers of Great...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

Ourselves. WE told you in last Issue that we were intending to make an alteration, and now we can tell you it is so. Just at present we are arranging to instal a complete and up to date plant for printing the M.AIL, and coping with the great amount of job pointing which comes our way. This is a big venture after only 12 months' ex perience, but we feel justified. Th'( new plant comprises fine merehinery. new faces of type, and sundries. Its expensive, of course, but yan make the move justifiable by paying your dues promptly, and as you can help yourself while helping us, by paying your subscription in advance, and thus save 2/6 per year, both will be benefited by you coming; or sending for that receipt. We will send it just as promptly as "e will Rena the paper to new subscribers. Don't be the mean man who allows his neigh. bor to pay for the paper and than borrows it. If it is worth reading it is worth paying for. It is pleasing to be able to say that during the term we have had co...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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