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TIMBEROO v. WALPEUP. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914
TIMBEROO v. WALPEUrP. The above match was played on } the former's gro:und and resulted in a draw. The final scres were i goal 4 behinds e-ach. "The Man on Tramp " muses thus : I journeyed along en a aeady track to the place Which the 'Roos call their ground. Arriving at the' spot I discovered it was true that It is a place a man seldom found. When I crossed over the boundary in plenty of time The first man I saw was Old Jin ; Quite a gent. he had made of himself by the shave He had had from nose to chin. To be fair to the spectators-yot know what I mean- yo . And critiaise players as well. Dommie's whiskers, though thin, were cut close to his chin, And it made him look quite a swell. To say nothir.g of Symes, -who could ran in his time And made brohtmarers question his start. Now, thii ,ent. had shaved, too. and thonglj to bamboodle a 'Roo, But found tbatthe latter was too smart. To criticise .n the game : I could see by the play Thet all were doing their hbest, :For the "de.serts'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914
Croup and Cthooping Coug.-i " I 'sed Chamberlain's Conuzh Remedy when umy childrei, Bealah and Andrew were attacked with croup and whooping c.ough,'" says Msrs C. ColIis, Hatteo-St, S'ruth Broken Hill, N.S.W. "'I have I never round a better medicine for thsce complaints and give it to. my children with the gre-atest confi dence. I have no hesitattion' i re. conw-endio t it-ro everyone." Sold by all storekeepetr. V- .a comer t Care*"- 4, , ULOOK HERS 7 V IF YOU WANT GOOD VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY COTT R IS- . PLACE WHERE . IOUi SL GET I1T. W.R. Xerese Je, 11/6 per case Sugar, lA, 18! per bag Flour, 16/3 per 1501b bag Chaff, Prime Oaten, new bags - lowest rates WIRE. No. 3 Black, £i10 15 ton; 11/'9?I cwt No. 10 Black, 11 10,' ton; 12/6 cwt Nos. 9 and 10, Galvanised, £12 10/ ton ; 13/6 cwt C No. 12 Barb, £16 15/ ton; 17/9, cwt Nos. t3 and 14 Barb, ris 5i ton;.c 1913 cwt . All Produce and Groceries at Lowest Rates. Special Quotations for Bulk Orders., Cotter's Stores, i; OUYEN, UNDERBOOL AND...
UNDERBOOL V LINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914
UD2311G3OL V L!N! A. 3IThe ret match betwees Li ft 1 and Uaderbcol in the above asso ciatian took place on the fernaer's ground ea Saturday last. There wre about 300 spectators present, 1 but at the, previous Saturday's. ( match eetweee Lie a and Beinkra, 1 there was to comparison in the number of lady liarrackeeC. When the teams lined u? they were very evenly matched. The little "Robins" had their best team, but were zot quite nimble enough for their tricky opponents It is easily seen that the -old "Magptes" pick harder than the little "R'' ins." The S?al scores stood - Underbhol. 6 goals 9 behinds. Ligsa, 3 goals 4 beh;in?s. The most proteinent pla'ers for Underbool were G. WillouRhbv, (capt) J. S?ith, J. Campbell, H. Summner. Chanlmra, T. Sammers, P. Atns. and Callag'haa. Forh Linea. M. Donavan (capt.), Wait, Bryant, W. eng wersen, Brown Bros and Crowe did best. After the match the visitors were entertained at supper by the Linga club. This entertaining of the visiting team is a ...
Paignie. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914
Paig r ire. -o- - Fromi our Corrc-pondent. PROGRI~SS ASCOCIATION. The annu.il mieeting of the above association t( ok plac on the 30th ult , whiaen the 5nancial statement and report for the past 12: months were received aud adopted on the motion of Messrsz i-olst and Wood all. Three norminatioans were received for the position of President, Mr Vines being returned by a majority of nine. Other office-bearers elected were: Vice-Presidents, Messrs Ney!land and Hoist; secretary, Mr R. J. Neave (re-elected) ; treasurer, Mr Hyder (re-elected) ; committee, Messrs Mills, Woodall, Bevan. and Hayes. . It was resolved that a letter of condolence be sent to Mr Gilliard. It was resolved that the Railway Commissioners be requested to construct the crossing near the pro-p posed Paignie siding at earliest con venience, Resolved that the Shire Council be asked to request the engineer toi i inspect the following roads :-East and west road to Galah betwee: Bevan's and 1M'Carthy's ; east :ni' west road...
Wednesday's Food MARRIED v. SINGLE DRAWN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914
Wednesday's Football MARRIED v. SINGLES &nbsp; DRAWN GAME &nbsp; The match between the two teams took place on Wednesday &nbsp; afternoon on the local ground &nbsp; considering the unsettled state of the weather, was well attended. &nbsp; A collection taker '.&gt; r.n the; &nbsp; in aid of the hospital funds &nbsp; £4 1/3. There appeared to be some &nbsp; difficulty in securing full teams &nbsp; when the game started both &nbsp; were fully represented. G. captained the married meu , M'Mahon led the single men and the former won the toss and elected to kick with the wind, which was very strong at times. From the commencement to the finish of the game excitement was intense the evenness of the play monstrated when the final bell ,rang and only three points >had been scored-the matci in a draw. A feature oft`I - was a brilliant run by the lPresidert and the agilitvy our legal lights, who proVM we...
Local Football. OUYEN v. TIEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914
LocaI Football. &nbsp; &nbsp; OUYEN v. TIEGA. &nbsp; The above match was played on Saturday last on the local ground, crowd about 200 were in attendance. ,rt of time: a strong breeze blew from te uth Rgoal, and consequently by greater part of the play concen- trated near the north goal, where most of the scoring was done. Both teams were strongly represented a close game was witnessed, Tiega winning by six points. Rough play by both teams appeared to be the main feature of the game and exhibitions of clean football were few and far between. The um- piring of T. Ryan (substituted for Ryan, who was indisposed) left a lot to be desired. He was fair to Ssides, but war not strict enough r allowe glaring breaches of the s y both teams. Tiega de ed their win, and even if the ant ring had betn stricter there is Sne probability that they should T come out- victors ; still it is tch more satisfactory to see good ttall than rough play. J. Taylor S tained Tiega and D. Cr...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914
The dangerous state of the cul- vert at the Ouyen dam was men- tioned by the Shire President (Cr. Pickering) at the last meeting of the East Riding Advisory Com- mittee, and the matter was placed before the Water Commission. Mr Crosbie advises that the culvert has been attended to and widened by 9 feet. In pursuance of the work 0f supplying water for the Wimmera and mallee centres, the water Com- mission has prepared a scheme for the reticulation of Lascelles, rising township on the Mildura line, seven miles north of Woome- lang. The township has a popu- lation of 150 and the supply will be for double that number. The scheme is for the provision of large tanks, with a windmill, and for a supply thence into the township. The rate will be about 3/6 in the pound, and as the population in creases the amount is likely to be reduced. The name of Mr S. Sampson, M.P., is mentioned as being the likely successor to the Hon. Agar Wynne as Postmaster-General. Mr Wynne has decided not to seek re...
[?]al Waterworks Districts. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
:al Waterworks Dis tricts. -- 0 eeting *f the Advisory Com of the Walpeup East Water District was held at Murray pn 2-4t June, there being t Crs Pickering (Shire Presi SFarrell and Glen, and Messrs n and Crosbie, of the State aud Water Supply Commis as agreed to erect a windmill igh, it wheel, with 3000 tank, pine stand, trough and p, etc.) at Walpeup town hen there is water in it ; also outfit in connection with the egatank imimditeIy.. Bi6t I gcing works have been ap by the Commission, total r both to he 6100. as al:o acreed to put a new S3U00 cu.bic yards capacity at Dog :. - co:t. of £160. r; ",ve beeu invited for this arding Ouyen town supply . sugge.ted that Section A re rtt:culated, but a meter 4chcd to each holding; the ,tiocn to be oi: a small scale, cr.; t,, ,e .supplied and fixed -rs. It was suggested that aluition he made on a town 1sis, a!il that there should be 'ndpip_.;, bujt two public s at the railway gates. M announced that the Com n w;ould proceed shortly to epaye...
HEAR THE OTHER SIDE ! THE EDITOR OF OUYEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
IAR TE O'THiR SIDE: IE EDITOR OF OTTYEN MAIL. S-Nov that Cr Pickering has ito p::i';c pri;t he can have nht of the propriety of my to reply He aid great stress S,,rt thi-t n;*'?- ,?,,. Of the b-i c C - CC I-3 lc 1· i:ý Uli l:ii:;- c,)itr?::3t 1 ai-1 ot er, ai t-. i.): r. 11- r 1 -i ,rele7!ant mi::nc. "ae qq-ry : Did the ratepay.er ; i the Sporion of this riding get a 1 out the Government grant % ad a 1oan of 1500--a ot-l of £ 900 ? Not 3 I was rt for the parishes of ck Boorongie, Wagant or Sthough these ratepayers o pay interest on this loan Before the'Jtine meeting Council these ratepayers +me to try and get some work ,n their districts. Acting on request, and knewing that Sall o the £1900 was spent rks ii. the central and western jrr of the riding, I considered Iheir demand was reasonable just. I therefore promised to put their requirements be ie Co.icil. For that reason ad hse been doublt-dealing Spart if I had withdrawn my i. At ter moving the motion that as these ratepayers got...
Newspaper Subscriptions [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
Newsp eape uSuscripi9, The fellewing are the dec. ' of various courts on the subject:. I. Subscribers who de~ n:ct express notice to the centrarl considered as intending to re? ? the subscription. a 2. If subscribers order the continuance of their newvs the publisher may coatinue to it until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect c fuse to taTke their p?pers frE? h Post-office to which they o SlC-?c, t!cy are responsible 1 '- have settled their .i^ x, er .tre their papers to be d tic; ed. 4. -f es'cribers t:ove to @ ý'rces ýithout inferring the; f s-er. r-n' bhe Fpaer- are 'he Frr-er addircss. :uchu Lb-c are held resrocuibile ird
Hopetoun to Mildura Railway Proposal. AN UNFAVORABLE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
Hopetoun to Mildura Railway Proposal, ---- AN UNFAVORABLE REPOtt The reprt of the Railway Sta,, ing Committee on the prop?o,- . extend the Hopetoun lire to fun, tion with the Mildura line has b,; presented to Parliament. "Th prh. ject is not vie?wed favorab' , gI, committee concurred in the tiea expressed by the traffic elicer if the Railway Department that tl, proposed connecting linL- '"t ''n the -Jopetoun and Milduan liet if ntade, would cause b',t litt,? local development. If colt :f* - T the line nouad for tmatny ;e-. r-h,, an annual loss of about 15,); l" Ical" rates were char- a . £1800 if such rates were a'..lish' , without resulting in any :iapp2" able settlem ent or develop:.nent country lands or benefitiun ti producers of the State to any grn extent. The ports of Geelong a~ Melbourne were now nearer , rail to Lascelles and to ail toWt north thereof as far as il;id 0 and Merhein than they would bet Portland, e\ven if the Hopetn'c and Micdura lines were i;~ ~ by extendiun t...
LINGA. UNDERBOOL AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. UNDERBOOL V BOINKA. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
LINGA. From our Correspondent. UNDERBOOL .AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. U?;DE-BOOL V BOLISA. The above match was plaved atý Underbool on Saturday, and the visitors went to the field with only about a dozen men with the result! that the home team kicked 10goalsi 20 behind, to Boinke's 3 goals 11 behind. The game did not start til? after 4 oclock, and a worse exhibition of football could not have been'witnessed. The umpire allowed all sorts of breaches of thel rules, and rough play was rampant; throughout the game. Whilst playing football cn Satur day last a player r.naied 'V. Savi!e. of Underbool, had the misfortune to slip and fracture his knee-cap. He was convyeed into Ouven and attended to by Dr R. C. 'ait, and sent on to the St. Arna:d hospitai Praise is due to Mr Hig-, of-. Auglican 'hurch, aud .ir Cu:ri-:. Boinka school teacher. who ren' dered first aid; also credit is re-' ecteddon_ athaose ?"hi.c --ctt-' r orougnit niruy tr-'!:i:,- .'
Telephones for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
relephones for Farmers. To most residents in couutry/dis ricts the telepone service would be economical in its first cost if each resident ran a.separate wire along the road leading out to his property, for. under midern tele phone conditions it is found not only economical, but also gives excellent telephonic results to run a main line out in the one direc tionu from the country post-office, and then to connect branch wires fromn same to the houses of the various residents along the road, Say five or six telephones are then connected with the one ;ine, which is called a " party telephone line. ' In this way several t, rsons can club together and erect the poles and the main line on to the same. Telephone service is thus obtained at the absolute minimum expendi ture. An important point .is that when there is only one telephone con nected-to a line, the person using the telephone usually has to pay the Government a rental of from (3 to £3 10s a year for attending at the exchange, etc...
PICKERING AND GILLESPIE Wheat Buyers & General Agents. OUYEN [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
1PICKERING G 7ILLESP1E W*h'eat Buyers & General Agent:. * JOUYEN Agent tor-- I Mitcheii's Drills, Harvesters, (,il 'nfires, " Diao!cl"' Serarator: (a 27-gallon Separator for N7 ls.)' i1 larger siz-s if required. C'ne w enth's free trial given. t1 \Walte A. Woods' "New C'en 1 ituy Binders. tD" Dig -in " Cl:alTcrgr " Strip , ers. Light run-.:ing and no side *draught, m'ade of the very bes' -t:taterial. If you want the te' \buy a " rig an " e/ Carter's \rggons, Gigs, etc., I'buiIt at Hoopeteun. Largnc:i Trcs. & Davies'Pun:-r !Win~dmills, Wheel Sccops anrd -iTools of all descriptions. ,i The " CIallerge " Windmill. have all ga'laniscd iron tower:, anrd -work 1.ith the slightest breeze. james Snmith (Eallarat) Chaff .jntters, I~ ct ewrks and Saw t Benches. C!arence H. Smith St~ r:p Jumip P!cughs, Fire Rakes :.rd C2 tltivators. The Clarence Smith IPloughs have w-on for years the ifield trials in Scrth Australia. Th'os. Howie's well - known Mallee Piscs and Starrp Jrnrp H a...
Late Telegram [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
Late Telegra [BXY WIRE.] Two workmen were inside of a large boi? e yesterday, when a suddenly heard, and smoke issued throu gh orifice through which t entered. It is su7pos men dropped an ;am which ignited the tar possible to rescue them, bodies, when r cover, . recognisable. El Galio, the famous3t, unrder contract to pa3,a performances this £.21,000. Miss Mary Edith - well-known artist and - ris an authority o1n th ;" and who is at present ti wires that the Epirctesr ing along the coat- and remaining Mos!em ,. Batska they nassacred habitants, including a childrenn who ;-Cre s?tr" cut to pieces. Autograph jetrers, Lord ::elson to his wil' fore his marriag- to the separation from Lady - been sold boy Quritchs:"` Crowds are striing to, the gaol at the villageo to Ivnch the assaiiant ci the "m"i r "cle-WG n": has great influence oue: The woman who stab':l is a simple peasant ; sound both i- `- Rasputin is still ave. Sergeant Pohl, w. o convicted of the letratal secrets at Berin, has ' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 17 July 1914
j . P. Britt, i ieneral Ccn-missicn i. Agent, OUYEN. f lgent For Ianures. AGENT FOR : Jo; N DARLm a Sos, Wheat SBuyers. . teat height iz anm quantity fo. spot cash. UWheat S " storcd for 12 -:cr-:- free of c Trrfe. Cornlacks sold at S crren?t rates. Sgt INiCZ. SrscA CC. Fire, Marine, AcciCent. Sic Iess, and Live Stock. XE. V. M'KAv's Farcu-s Yars a l;Cplements cf Australian ' uanufacture, inc:t:d-;g qar vestars, Drills, Floughs, Cal tivators, Horsework?, Chs- cutters, Bog Loaders. Hfay SRakes, Earrows, etc. F. ARI-3iG & So-'s Fans&s Givi Ord ~Bvgies. . Al;STRALIAN MTJvrAL I ovl IE, . DENT SOCIETY. The larg-st S. mtual life cffic in ti e Bri Stish Empire. Bas the -m.rld's record for paing- the largest bonuses. Funds, .28,OCO,C00 Divides p3ofits yearly. The Ouyen Hote l. (Under New Managen'ent) . a "?nd MRS F . WATERS, Late cf T\ ycheprcof. SLG to intinate tihat they bavei | taken over ttle atcve Hotel,;' ond the traveliin? public car.i rely on having their every wanti...