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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

fn 1Appeai. The promises already received by the Rev. G. E. Downton and Mr. Hall. in the matter of additional areas to be put under whtar for the bene@it of our soldiers when they return fromz help:g to crtish the Hun. nre as foilow: Previously acknowlededed:-149 Acres. 144 C. C. Mengler 5 Allan M'Lean 2 R. O'Brien 2 F. E. Sonthlwell 3 G. Matchett 3 J. Menger 3 J. A. Cresp 3

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Minister Visits The Mallee DEPUTATION FAIS TO IMPRESS OUR MEMBER DIFFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

Minister Visits The Mallee DEPUTATION FAIS TO IMPRESS OUR MEMIBER DIFFERS. To become properly acquainted with the various necessities of his department, it is important that the minister see for himself. More parti. cularly does this apply to the great and important Lands administration. It is impossible for any man to know what conditions prevail if he doesn't see them. What his officers tell him is all very well, bat most of them are bound by coils of red tape and loads of. sealing wax. Office bound, as a matter of fact. Mr. W. Hutchinson, is Minister for Lands at present, but' up to a week ago had absolutely no knowledge of the new Mallee. He should be wiser now, for he has seen: a goodly portion of it, and met the men who are trying to make a home in it On Saturday morning, ac companied by the Hon. John Gray, ML.A., and Mr. Kenyon, Mr. Hutchin son reached Ouyen. He came by ordinary train, in an ordinary car riage, and there may be cause for congratulations in this, for he will u...

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

Orchedists' Direct Fitxit Supply. No. 9 FIind7-ers Bulidings, Flinders-st., Melbourne. APPLES! APPLES! And all fruits in season. We despatcil to any rart of the Common wealth choice Tcnathatins frcri 3/6 to 4'6 -ase (6d extra for wrappmgin. Quinces 4/6, kars' 4 '. Pine A:pple5. Passion Fruit, Ba..anas onote on arplication. Cheque or P.N. with country orders. These prices on trucks at Spencer-st., Melhourne. BOOTS! BOOTS! Our New Consign ruent of BOQTS 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 SHOES. BEN. OKE, OUYEN. You Will Find It In Oke-st. Satisfrction in leaving your order, and satisfaction witha tho work when it is finished. That is the basis of business as conducted by J. Beaumont, Practical Saddler, Collar, -and Harness Maker OUYEN. Collar Stuffing and General Repairs a Specialty. Prices In Keeping with the Times. Horsehair Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

ein the Danger Lies.--The dan fPltni in cough medicines lies not :1 the drug hut in the fact that s c ecks the cough, causing ;he by le retained in the air passages 4r1 culture beds for germs ot pneu w "arlet fever and diptheria. rpjia is more likely to follow tio1 cough or a cold when a pre r Containing opium is giv en. rp rin'opilm or other narcotic in s Cough Remedy, and ilxpectorant it cleans out the ire beds thus preventing pnen Croup.-Every young child is suscep tible to croup. Don't wait until this dreadful disease attacks your 1 ttle one before you prepare for it. It comes in the night when chemist's shops are us nally 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. SHIRE OF WALPEUP. TENDERS. TENDERS, addressed to the. Shire Secretary, c/o Schneider's Hotel, Murrayville, will be received upto 12 noon on Jnne 29th, 1916, for the follow ing works : Co...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

Overseas Tobacco Fund. To the above fund we have to acknowledge the following dona tions: LsD 10 5 0 T. Tonkin ... 2 0 A Bob (weekly) 1 0 Jas. M'Lean 2 O Mrs. Ingwersen. tobacco and cigarettes W. JOHNSON, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. -UOUYEN. HAS opened a Prdduce Store in Premises adjoining E. ILancashire's Timber Yards. - Prime CHAFF, OATS, BRAN AND POLLARD AT LOWEST RATES. Agent tor Victorian Producers' Co-operative Coy MI. PITZGERALD COMMISSION AGENT, ROWE-ST., OUYEN. Highest Prices Obtained For WHEAT SCRIP Z'ERTIFICATES Agent for Ronaldson & Tippett's Oil Engines, Chaffcutters, Thresh ers and Sawbenches. - Hugo Wertheim Pianos and Sew ing Machines. Royal Insurance Co., Fire, Life, Accident, Live Stock, Wor kers' Compensation. John Zimmier,.Tailor, Etc. H. J. S. Creed, FARM AND STOCK SALESMAN, Woome lang. Fire. Life, Indemnity and Live Stock Insurances Effected. All the Best Machinery Manufac. turers Representative LOANS NEGOTIATED. Auction Sales conducted in any part of the...

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 — 14 June 1916

Onyen and District Sol= diers' Fund. The following promised dona tions have been paid, and the secretary will be pleased to receive all unpaid promises: Amount previously acknowled ged:-s 7 s0 71 5 0

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

The Parmers' Union. * As a result of tle addresses by Mr. I. Hart, organizing secretary of the Victorian Farmers' Union, branches have formed at Under booi, with Mr. M'Donald president, and Mr. E. Jones secretary ; Wal peup, Messrs. S. Englefield and G. Mead in the respective offces; Galah, Messrs. M'Farlane and Gui ney; Ouven, Messrs. H. W. Pick ering and E. J. Glowrey. This is a healthy start, and it is probable that more such branches will be formed in the near future. A meeting was held at Nyang on Saturday, when about a dozen settlers of all shades of political opinion attended. Mr. Sonthgate as convenor, explained that while he had ever been a Liberal, he could not say that he was always in accord with the actions of that party, and he was certain were Laborites in the same quandary re garding that party. After reading portions of the MAIL report of the conference at Ounyn, all present subscribed their names provision aliy to membership of a new branch and it was decided to ho...

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

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. 4Ž per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925. PRICE OF( ISSUE. PAR. TrEE LOAN IS TO tN :rtrl.Isl: I l: W1.1t l;r,:I'OSl ONIN and will take the form of either INSPCt:Itttt) STOilK or iT -ISU!: tV a:,Iil. a' ootion of Subscriber. *siawr lbov Ls is isirod 't. .r A' ci' I' 1i.l \MItNT of the Commoonwealthl of Anutealia, acrr.-ki, It.' T': EAStcIli i ;. 's."r' £50.CS3 00O. ant lotb IcAPITAIl. .acd INTEIREST will be a cri.xtt':1o I.. uoxs' i.l iiE !i:.:t i;NU icc COJt.ION" Y~ll.Tl iS \. c ass Lit \\SllER FRM tt . iCiONWIX1EiLTII or STATE ST.AMP DYTY sinE INTEREST F i. i ' IN illtE X.. I.\TOCs or it.-.10 will be acreptrd at I'Alt itt paclme'nt of commnoonwealth PROBATE and B i'i l:Tsr VT Tb. $'.· .'t is an amilbloraed Tit' iTi:E l\1ESrhMNT. 'TI:EmattY lbuNDS k'i..-' I 'lli.jn c £10ion oi £10 £100. £500, and £1000. or STOCK INSUltiIIlt: is siiuntct' or i£t3 asat in:iIsllde of £10 over £100. :REi'.tV.a1:I.E: .T PaR ON lrnt ltICE.11liER 1915. INTEREiTr T4vAi:r.t I11l.1' \'EltfL.Y. A...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

Speciai Shofw OF NEW SEASON'S GOODS AT Ellison Bros,, AI~LORS AND OUTFITTh.RS Rowe-street, Ouyen. rall and inspect otr New and EUf vo-Date Range of Latest Suitinge : td Latest NoireI s ii Men's \i'ear Prices to stit all pockets. THE GLAD hAND asaits the well-tailored man. anc our tailoring is the Best ! It is Just as easy to get the Best as the poorest, so call 'at once anc leave your order with us. A fine display of Felt Hats in all styles, also a large and tagnificent assortment of Latest Ties. IT'S Y.OUR - MOVE Now, so call and inspect our Sto~c at once. J. GREAT Z. Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Aerated Water Mann -facturer. Fresh Fruit and - Vegetables- Always on Hand. Cool Drinks. EXCELSIOR BAKERY, OUYEN. E. ARNOLD, BAKIER AND PASTRYCOOK. Best Qtality Bread :rom 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, Alfa Laval cream seopaators and cremns am...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1916. Next Year. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

WEDSESDAY. JUNE 14. 1916. Next Year. IT'S not far to look forward to. Iess than seven months will see the dawn of 1917, but what a lot is to be in that time. We have just closed a good season with one of the best crops yet garnered in this part of the Mallee. Had conditions been normal, everyone today would have worn a smile. Perhaps it is as well they were not normal, for then we might be inclined to forget. No need to ask what The year of grace 1914, is not so far distant that we can afford to forget its lessons. Pros perity is of no use unless it is appre ciated at its real worth, so the pros perous 1915 had to be toned, lest we forget There are many lessons even at the present moment. Blessed by bounteous rains, the outlook is splendid. But are the farmers mak ing use of the opportunities given? Is provision there to store the sur plus? Is the opportunity taken to keep the rubbish down? On all sides mustard and charlock are showing: plentifully, but is there anything like a prop...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

t~e au~en MaHi To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OUYiEN MAn, who do notreceive their Papers regularly are kixidly requested to at once notify in writing.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 14 June 1916

Local and General. Rev. R. A. Giles, not unknown in Ouyen and district, has been promoted from Dunkeld, in the Ballarat diocese, to Sunbury,which is in the Melbourne diocese. Some of our readers may feel interested. There are a lot of new advts. in this issue, and you should read   them all. Some people have peculiar kinks in the brain, and a very strong one in some individuals is to strike at a man through his pet canine. At certain periods this disposition is more strongly evidenced, and just now it appears as if our own dis- tract (or local) fiend feels the fever. Quite recently baits have been scat- tered, apparently indiscriminately, and dead dogs are by no means un- common as a natural consequence. A live dog is often useful, but a dead one is a nuisance. But why the scattering of baits? If people desire to have the tele- phone erchange established at Ou- yen, it is necessary that the rental for the first year be paid promptly. The demand has been made, and unless...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yatpool Yarns. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

Yatpool Yarns. As Mildura shire council is send ing out final notices to settlers who have enlisted and are on active ser vice, threatening legal action if their rates are no: paid promptly, a special meeting of the Progress As sociation was held to consider the matter. Indignation was ex pressed by all the members present and it was decidei to write to the Crown Solicitor on the attitude taken by the council regarding un paid rates, and road works, and al so to ask for a balance sheet of the loan granted by the Government for repairs to road works at Yat pool. Messrs. M'Mahon, Pedler. Sand Ure were. appointed to inter view the council. Through the joining of the great Australian Army by Mr. A. E. Thomas, a vacancy occurred on the school committee. At a meet ing on Tuesday, Messrs. Hawtin, O'Neill, and M'Mahon were nom inated. and on a ballot being taken Mr. M' Mahon was elected. A meeting of the local branch of the Victorian Farmers Union was held on Saturday night, when there was ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

An Appeal. O' The promises already received by the Rev. G. E. Downton and Mr. Hall., in tle matter of additional areas to be put under wheat for the benefit of our so!diers when they return fromn I:ep:ng to-crush the Hu:n. are a. follow: Previontly acknowldgeged:-l149 Acres. 144 C. C. Mengier 5 Allan M'Lean 2 R. O'Brien 2 F. E. Southwell 3 G. Matchett 3 J. Menger 3 J. A. Cresp 3 J, Hoist 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

erchadists' Direct Fruit Sugpply No. 9 Flindc" Bulidints. Fiinders-st.. Meihourne. ApPLEs APPI.ES! Ard all frrits in season. 1\e dlespatch to any ::rt of tile Coniuon wealth choice Jontathans frcr: 3 6 to 4/6 ctase ( 6,1 extra for wtrppin . .Quinces 4 6. Pez 4 . pine Aple . Pla;sio' Fruit. .::navea.s quote ;n applqication. Cheque or P.N. with coautry- orders. These prices on trucks at Spencer-st.. 1Ielbournme. BOOTS! BOOTS! Our New Consign ment of BO )TS is to hand, and WE INVITE INSPECTION of the following new lines---- MEN'S MILITARY COSSACKS For the Mailee. LADIES' 3-BAR SHOES, GLACE DERBY SHOES, ADA BALMORALS. Children's and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES. BEN. OKE, OUY'EN. You Will Find it In Oke-st. Satisfrction in leaving your order. and satisfaction with tho work when it is finished. - That is the basis of business as conducted by J Beaumont, Practical Saddler, Collar, -and Harness Marer OUYEN. Collar Stuffing and General Repairs a Specialty. i Prices In Keeping with the Times. S ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Somewhere In France." [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

"Somewhere In France."' Private Harrvy Waters writes to his parents:-As you will see by the above address, we have an other home, a far better one than the last (Egypt). Before leaving the Sixth Australian Brigade was inspected by the Prince of Wales and General Bixdwood. and tlhe latter gave us a bit of advice as to how to behave ourselves when we got to France. We arrived at Marseilles on Saturday, - March. and entrained for our place of abode. We had - hours' train ride through some louely country, so you can guess we were pretty tired when we arrived here. We got a great reception at every little wayside station on our jour ney. The French people are very kind and can't do enough for you. . e... e are billeted in a vil lage; it is very cold at present but beginning to get warmer. I do not know when we are going into action.

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Ouyen and District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

Ouyen and District S~oI diers' Fund. The following promised dona tions have been paid, and the secretary will be pleased to receive all unpaid promises: Amount previously acknowled ged: . s D 7: 5 0 R. Gneil (Walpp up) 1 1 0 Raffle of pictunre by Mrs. Marwich (XValpeup) 2 17 6

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. 1916. New generations, new ideas. That is the logic of progress. The old idea that what suited father suits me, now is exploded. If father had to pioneer, he would be rather puzzled how to go to work, but the newer generation, gaining by experience, feels no qualms when he tackles the job. To father, the very word Union was enough to raise his ire. And, really, it is not wonderful. At the outset, the man who took all his news -and ideas-from the daily paper, had every reason to fear the combina tions of that day, which were banded together under the name of unions. In the first place, "the union of the Old Country was a place where the won't work, or couldn't work was sent to fill in time and earn an exis tence. (nq one, not even the Guard ians, claimed it was a living). Then came the'Trades' Union. If anything, according to the description given in the press, this was even worse than the Parish Union, for it meant that those men who banded together were out to r...

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St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

St. Patrick's Day Sports. Matters in connection with the abcve gathering have now been ad justed, and as will be seen by the balance sheet below, the result was highly satisfactory. Great credit is due to the honorary secretaries, Messrs. D. Crosbie and T. Ruse, as to them fell the bulk of the hard work and organisation. RECEIPTS. Members' subscriptions £.30 10 6 Gate 14 5I I Publican's Booth 27 10 0 Entry fees 7 6 6 Do. (Sweepstake) 1 5 0 [Bookmakers 4 4 0 Noveity events Tossing Kaiser 1 12 0 Guessing wheat6 6 6 Weight horse 1 6 0 ') 4 6 Refreshment booth (ladies Red Cross) 15 0 0 Profit concert and ball 20 17 ) Car fees (R. Caldow) 2 0 0 ,, (J. O'Loughlin) 1 1 0 £142 14 3 EXPE~NDITURE. Prizes (horse events) £12 15 0 (Footracing) 10 5 0 Loss on train 3 12 6 Chief Secretary, licence 1 0 0 Sweepstake 1 5 0 Printingand advertising 11 2 0 Carting (Nancarrow) 10 0 Bank charges, etc. 15 0 Petty cash 2 16 7 44 0 1 Profit on Day 98 14 2 - 142 14 3 DIVISION OF PROFITS. Re: Cross Fund £15 0 ...

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Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 21 June 1916

Ouyen Police eourt. The whole of Wednesday last was occupied in hearing the list of cases set down at the above court. Mr. Elligett, P.?., occupied the Bench. Ben Oke claimed £6 18/3 from 3. H. Wilson, and got a verdict, with 15/6 costs. Jas. Tara (a Hindoo) had been working for A. Foran, but the cheque given in-payment was stopped. A verdict was given for the amount £7 13/-, with £2 2/- costs. WRalpeup Shire obtained verdicts for overdue rates from M. Cooley, £15 10/-; Mi. Baldock, £18 10/9; A. Baldock, £19 15/11; F. G. Ryan, £15 5/2. and A. Penny, £12 4/4. IWHOSE THE LIABILITY. 3T. Cotter (Park) sued 3. Summers (Walter) for £44 17/5. This was a very lengthy case, defendant claiming that £19 16/9 was all he owed, the balance being -a debt contracr.ed Iy his wife, who had a business of her own at the time. Joseph Cotter, manager of com plainant's store at Underbool, said the goods claimed for were sold by him. and while taken delivery of by de fendant's wife and children, were charg...

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