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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

KeepYour Bowels Regular.-As every one knows, the bowels arethe sewerage system of the body, and it is of the greatest importance that they move once each day. If you bowels become consti pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Tab lets just after supper and they will cor-, rect the disorder. They will keep you healthy by keeping your bowels remular. --Sold by all storekeepers. REAT AR. MAP OF WORLD. See one and you will be delighted.. Especially suitable for schools.-MAt. Office. One Shilling each TERUIT For Sale.- Best Eating and *1 Cooking Apples at 2/6 a case on Harconrt station. Orders receive prompt attention. Cases to be returned. Cash with order.-Robt. Portwine, Harcourt. O SALE.-Verv Superisr Abbot 1L Buggy, built by T. Craine. CostS6 guineas. Perfect order. Quick sale Take £38.-"Sacrifice," This office. T1¶OR Sale.-30 h.p. 5-seater Regal J' Motor Car. Perfect order; any trial Cost £380. Sacrifice £200.. Terms . if required.-"Bargain," This Office. *4 Sale.-Cne i'ow, .seccm 1 ca...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
War Loan Bon[?] UNDER DE[?]E[?] PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

Wr Loan A niex 'LpL m co p'rove exs rm larly anas.ag r. - to the presenr, fr of this UI;L& ut 1"VL&Is ihe systeui Inuo * sibie for auyozar tLu War Loan isond by i or before 1st August ments of £1 a Wondi nine months, tie lY t due on 1st May, 19j7 [ inteiest will theu b. June, 1917, and each a year. The whole sutouu will be repayable tu Lb 15th Decetniber, I92g b arranlgemtens undr the i deferred PSYWayLt, tb, wealth Treasurer has of all to the emploYers at teres.t their epblomy i t: they are asked to uarange , employes to ailow theIL U trotn wages or salarics w,.i Smonthly, fortnightly, or wJ o(unts not t-xceeding. 5/ p,;,s per moutb) for eachti £iOoi fur by their employes., Li..,,S stlitution then niakirt, aii/" of instalments mouthly 1o ount. There is no doublt privilege is one which wi bl availed of by thousands oi and it is expected rhat tir: raised from this source al"i:.| by no means inconsiderai;.. however, from the lists wh;eil, submitted by firms on hel,i em...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
All-British Post War Policy TO PREVENT FUTURE WAR WITH GERMANY. Special by J. Woolf. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

RHlxBritish Post War Policy TO PREVENT FUTURE WAR WITS GERMANY. Special by J. Woolf. As it is recognised that the Ger mans were the aggressors and viola tors of industrial as well as national rights, and nations had to defend themselves as a matter of public morality and public duty to the other nations of the world, the allied na tions should insist on complete in demnity. If the aggressors are not thorough ly defeated and ground into the dust, it is no use discussing the question of abstract right, as then, unfortun ately, a compromise would have to be accepted. When absolute victory over the Germans is gained, the following principles should be insisted upon: Ideal justice should be enforced to vindicate the principles of public in ternational law. The callous defi ance of all humanitarian principles, the brutal and cowardly methods of terrorism, the senseless destruction of property, repudiation of all writ ten treaties, contracts and promises, and the shameful indifference to w...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Remarkable Coincidenc[?] WHEN WILL THE WAR E[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

11 Remarkable coincide WHEN WILL THE WAR E Private N. R. Sandersoo, SC2 Mrs. Sanderson, of Coooooer Br writing from "semewbere in Fran to his sister, Miss. Ivy G. San' son, school teacher, Narran N.S.W., says: A rather remarkable thing penned the other day. Thereiso in Paris-a very old oue. Du the Napoleonic wars it fell, and three months the war was over. same thing happened during ? Franco-Prussian wvar. and the h was put up again. A few weeks; the sam l hell fell again and dids break, so, if omens go for anytbig and a Derson is at all superstibic the war will soon be over. Prer ally, I think it will last a lor'4 ti yet, but let us hope I am wrong.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

GIBB SELL & SO.a Voncaster Park Orchard, MIZTCFHAM. j17c prepared to suppl- single ncars con taininfi one Imperial bIshel, at following prices :-E-A TrIoS A1r'T.vS : Jonathan 4/O s*'d 3/6; l'omm *le Neige (Snow apple) 4. and 3!. COOKIYG .AtPLES: Five C( wn 46 and 3/6; Rvmer 3!6 and 3/. 2.\xs : Desert 5/ and 41; Cooking 4/r .a d 3/. The first price it! each instance .s prime fruit amn the secomd for No. L X rexight to nearest station 1O2 to 250 .ies 1/. S1 to 3SU milesT/S, 3) Otto40U Freight to be added to abore prices of fruit. Caves containing half cookiagand baif eatin' uipples, or half apples and 1nf pears will be for-wante if e desizedbat ab ove prices. Postal Notes or cheque for full amount, .including carriar, to nccompanv each order. All fruit guaratnteed sound anm of es tort qualitv. 3ecerdled lie the Dental Dtrerd of *ictorna. Larg, ant tensihe experien in a:l p2-t3 !n s fArtil Sets of Teeth. Gold I Brandh Surz.ery at Albert P'ark Metbourne. W..E. THOM A *t-kyinolei...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

c ealShow 3 \ASO N' GOOrDS pso Bros,, rOi,' AD QUTFITTERS Rote-t' et, OQnen. -n'ect our New and Cr. Rnge or Latest Suitinpi .* \o'elties in Men' p~acsc to suit all pockets Trn GLAD HAND well-tailored man, anc our t2iloring is the Best ! ]ut as Ls o get the Best a-* onret· .o call at once anc *e re ynor order with us. i or Fclt Hats in al. * hlrge andn mnanifice;t .- rtm~ent of Latest Ties. ITS YOUR MOVE a. s'o : :an iLspect our Stoco at once. FrnK rcr, Gr eengrocer, and ,~,;;tc: Vater Mtann f cturer .. !:ruit and Vegetables .:v on Hand. SDrinks. E- lil..SI BSAKERY, OULYEN. r ATNOLD, B ig A.Dso PASTRYCOOK. Onulhtv ITeaCt from Australian flour CATI;RING A SPECIALTY. Flour, Braix an' Pollard intany 'Juantity at lowest rates. .:1y:t or Masser Harris farm iniple :. Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. 2.r:;ii ;rnl Co, Alfa Laval cream 'u-ators and cream cans 4: 1Vtiting for a Shave Smith's i:- :iairdressing Saloon. a Wa:i. ;ters' Hlow1). ..:.,Civility, and BEst thrkmanshiD Guaranteed ii-ectrie Mass...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

1EDEISDlAY, JUKE 28. 1916. Local and eeneral. With this issue we 'close the first V,..f i th. present proprietary of the M iith, and caving just recently in lur·.. heavy expenditure in the pu .oim-c of a complete new plant, we w-.pactfully ask subscribers and d-bro's "enerally to keep things go .: I·y paytng up. No individual Ixtrno very large, but we don't want anyone to think the few shillings they owe.too small to trouble about. All the little itews added together 'make a big total, and it is that big ostal we are anxious to get hold ot. All subscriptions, whether in advance or otherwise, are now due. WalFeup Shirte Council meets at Murrayvsile co- morrow afternoon, and a lot of tenders in the West rid ing are to be dealt with. On Saturday night a fine pictnre show is due at the Public Rall. A full boase is assured. Another contribution to the Sol diers' Fund of 'heat not previously [acknowledged is three bags from Mr. IN. M Kenzie. A number of Lags were promised at Timberoo, but...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

Wie (@ngen AiaHl To Subscribers. Subscribers to the OUrEu nAn. who do not receive their Papers regularly sa kindl(y requested to at once notify in writing.

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ADVERTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 28 June 1916

ADVERTISE. Thetr was an old geezer and h ha Trd lots of sense: He started up a business on a dollar eighty-cents-the dollar for stock an'l the eighty for an ad., llrought him three lovely dollars a day, by gad! 1ell. he hrought more goods and a little more space, And he hlared that sestemn with a smile on Iris face, The customiers flocked to his two-hb-four And soon he had to hustle for a regular store. I p on 'he squnare, where the people pass. He gohbbld "p a corner that was all plate He fixed up the windows with the best that he had. nil hle d hi all them aaabout it in a full lie soi'i Ia'i 'em comi:ir and he !:eyer. never euit. And he wouldn't cut down on his ads., one Ia. Well, he's kept things humping in the town eversince. And everybody calls hiim the Merchant Prince : Soine sa'- it's luck. but that's all bunk 1hy, he was doing business when the timLs were punk, I'eople have to purclmse. and the geezer For ihe knew the war to get 'em was to od--ertise.

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ADVERTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

ADVIERTISE. There was an old geez4.r and he had lots of sense: He started up a basiness on a dollar eights-cents-the (lollar for stock mnd the eightv for arm ad.. Broulht him three lovely dollars a da, by ga~d ! XelI. he brought more goods and a little more space, And he plas ed that sstetem with a smile on ins face, The cnstomnrs flocked to his iwo-bh-four. Xnd soon he had to imstlte for a reIular sto-e. Up orn the squ'are, whore the poople pass, EI nab'0. un a corner teat was all plate ie aixed up the winnowas with the hest that lie had, And cc told theme all abc::t it in a full lie cooiI hia 'emC. con:h!:z a m! he never. never quit. :d I wou dat c iut doemm on his adn.. one jit. XXenl 'e -s kept things hanpmpin min the toW11i ever s1nce. And everx bodl calls :io' the Merchamnt Prince: Some -am it's hecl, hut that's all hunk XXI. he was dhinig busi::ess when the tim~s were punk. People have to plrch!:ae. mand the gcear n -ise- For lie kIicw t!ie way to get 'cmu was to odvertise.

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Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

Overseas Tobacco Fund. ---o To the above fund we have to acknowkdge the following doua tions: Ss 10 5 O T. Tonkin 2 O A Bob (wee kl) 1 0 Jas. M'Lean 2 O Mrs. Tngwersen. tobacco and cigarettes

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Victorian Farmers Union. MALLEE ORGANIZER APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

Victorian Farmers Union. MALLEE ORGANIZER AP POINTED. It must be gratifying in the ex tremn- to the promoters of the above 'odv to find the movement being taken up so enthusiastically. To all appearances eager to learn what is intended, farmers in various parts of the State are asking that meetings be cunvened, and a representatixe dele gate sent to explain things. Those who had the privilege of hearing Mr. Stcw;art, secretatary of the Carwarp Progress Association, at the nonfer ence in OQyen a month ago, recog nisad that he was a man of vigor and earnestness in the cause of the farm ers as a body. A keen debater, logi cal in his arguments, and beyond all imbued with a sense of the value of organizstion, he gained the aspect of every one of the dAiegatCs present, and at the conclusion, there was no note of doubt as to the genuineness of the vote of thanks accorded the Carwarp body for convening the con ference. Mr. Stewart's merits have evidently found appreciation further afield, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

4-1 II I ~ccorded b. t.,e Den..aI tittrd of l ictotra. Larg andextnsiv **per~- ein a!! p'rts I~iys. .?:wee Ess o Tt~h, Gold L=.,ct >-:2: .t ..c t P ca L Y;L W~tw'. - THOMAS . IN 'tS CL1 OYLI i:;,rt re n S DIx:7taC Or rTIZ I.EAtTII L NtI I-i ALMET.ZCAN 3M . T :t l -e Toe It*t * doflitr.a. 'The M'4 0 . TI:. ?tttt. 0outli .t.. 1: s -. ter. . 88 E IZA31ETH STREET, 2 Dt'ortt from Co!!t's Street. .*DLTOfl ILL, LA'Et T. Thomu<. 4·- t front Eg :ud et I1 het"es -e rtel: e tlt Envo also e-t e Srecdal'fst 0I rOen o Iee tis ry Iolmert7 P'r 't: 0du e' o 't- s.i Good ao ny . 1. et o' dC T. of 1 tt-> nOcnrob:x 'i AGS PCTIC t" TH G \ V " VT "AfKT '" 't-e o' tlte tfo dental n..~ mb..o t ,' -por*dDa 'liar '.Jhe -e':''e-,',.': r 11ef..trr'::. add:-"? r Tl: :,.j.- r ot row n;e *i~. j -to dIat ,P--. role D ::il El. .'· tabl Iisin.:Sent. :6 the 'ii~ii weldf Health '--d BoaUty~ 'on- -oe'*e 1 Stake WhaIt; ·: 0 t I a thrm %,:~l: ?r < 1 ::: tay si 'of T 1 Cal andn!: A 'JorI e rr S...

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BRANCH AT TEMPY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

BRANCH AT TEMPY. Mr. Stewart adlressejd a crowded meetiug of farmers as Tempy on Saturday night, and at the conclusion a branch of the Union was formed and oflcers as follow were elected : Presidant, Mr. Morrish; secretary, Mr. CLraigen; commrnittee, W. C. Dalton, WV. Fraser, F. B. flarrison, J. Gleeson and Whife,

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Ouyen County Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

layen eoflwty court. esitting of the above conrt on 'day last occupied Judge ethe whole day. ER1EACf OF COOT~RACT. Beau-noot claimed £25 from and Co., of Melbourne, for of contract to deliver to him bales of cornsacks. Mr. Don ted plaintiff, and there was earance on behalf of defend Don eaplained that plaintiff ered the sacks from defendant, espite frequent promises, and stating the order had been the sacks never arrived. had complied with every de by defendants, even to forwar cheque for £12 10/, and bad y lost considerable time, but pay an enhanced price for his ventually, as well as increased forearting. He had not re the £12 10/ paid, nor any onsideration. iosor said he could not un the position taken up by ts, and made an order for Wnt claimed, with costs to be MTSTERIOUS CATTLE. 'Lean claimed from T. Camp 110/ damages, alleged to have used by the trespass of cattle, petty of defendant, on com Os block at Kattyong. Park appeared for complain MUr. Walter for Campbell. parties oc...

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Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

f Walpeup Shire eouncil. A; the ordinary monthly meeting of thb- asbve body ou Thursdiy last, ;Lt Meurrayvlle, there wsre present Crs. Glei (preeident), Farrell, Mos sop and Lecht. COaRESrONDENCE. IR. Aidken, Liong, wrote drawing attention to a: petition which was presented to the council some months ago, asking for works on the road between Nos. 324 and 43. and 49, Boinka. and asking tbat attention be given promptly.-The Clerk of Works will inspect and report at next meet img. A new hall is being built at Tyalla, and an application for a donttion re ceived the usual 21/. The Railway Commissioners agreed to the council's conditions for sani tary work at Murrayville railway atatioD. Tutye Progress Association urged that all works on main roads be car* ried out under the specifications of the Country Roads Board, so that when they are handed over the cond oil would get a refund. In the dis cussion which ensued, it was pointed out that such works would cost at the rate of £50O per mile...

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Ouyen and District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

Ouyen and District Solx diers' Fund. Thre foll~owing promised dona-I tions have been paid, and the secretarv will be pleased to receive all unpaid promises: Amount previously acknowled ged: R. Oneil (Waipenp) 1 1 0 Rafflie of picture by Murs. Miarwvich(1Walpeup) 2 17 61 S. 11. Bush (l\\lleup tund) 60 0

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Paignie Points. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

Paignie POg On Friday, 23rd al a concert was given by the sch~, tbA Iceol Stats schol, atid it dc, ted nothing ftrom he ftm e~tetainments, which ca their excellence. Tasbe h~d t, displayed in the decoration., i nent among wbich were the fe the Allied Nations. This eattt ment was in aid of the lI Schools Bazaar, whimh is to le$ the first week inSeptemberat0O the proceeds g3ing to the Astr~ Wounded Soldiers Fund. [tt bit unforturate that the Clerk of Weather saw fit to turn on tb for the day in question, thus or ing a large number who hd chased tickets from attending. , who braved the elements, hoye showed a keen appreciation ci program presented, sad theappi and laughter which greeted eachi must have been gratifying to Turner, the head teacher of school, who had taken so a trouble with her pupils to them to the proper form for the tertainment. So that everyone' have an opportunity of seeindj weli things .can be done, the coo will be repeated on Friday next, and tickets sold and no] I...

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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

An Appeal. The promrises :l iidy received by bhF- R,-v. G. E. Downtcon sd Mr. HA. in the flietcr of additional '0a- C ie put under wheatr or the heniw ct our sohdji rs when 1"cv re tu; nI roim h-ipzinf to crush u.e Hun, Previously ackuowledged:-149 Acres. 144 Z. C. AMengler 5 Alk!n M'Lean 2 R. O'Brien 2 F. E. Southwell 3 G. Matchett 3 J. Menger 3 J. .Cresp 3 J, Holst 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916

1BBINENT BUSINESS PLACE RAIDED. Ben. Oke's pyl, GtOSERY, & BOOT DEPARTMENTS ENTERED AND PRICES SERIOUSLY DAAlMAGED ,T BARBAIIS FOR CASH. SEE NEXT ISSUE. .G at Peppermint Cure, "hS and Colds, never fails 1/6. ror Children's Hac king Cough at nigh Woods' Gteat Peppermint Cure, 1/6. A Continnln Anziety. --Coghlts and colds are an anxiety touuttlersan children rarely get through the winter without theni. For yotng children a. medicine that aCts qnickly is necessary or croup may develop; it nuit contain no oprates and be a mnedicine the children like. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts qnick ly, contains no opiates. children like it and it ii everywhere regarded a. a certain cure for conghs, colds, crooj and whooping congh. .J. BOOTH, BRICKLLYER, PLASTERER, Etc. Open for work in district. Orders may be left at the MA!rt office. POU LTR . Black Orpingtons and White Leg horns. Gill, Bradley, Stevenson, Law son, and Pope strains. Parents selected and recommended by Mr. H. V. Haw kins, ...

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