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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.. 4\ per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925. PRICE OF ISSUE. P.1R. TIrE I.)AN IS TO U I 1 Its lFO't WIAK P Clt'PosI )NLY, anaI will rake the form or ither IfS~attltKE STOt'K ar TI:t14Sf rl Y IhI)NIP'. at option of Stbir rier. The* haboa Lonaan is iara criler A.t t17o 1%IIAA[EKNF .af thme ('aaumoarleealtbf of An r&alia, enth'aristat ajar TitKAzl t:E1: ta heraa £0.000 000. anl. toth £:APrrAI. tant INTtlstl> ll be a eIAI.li:cK .,olaa· aaaNs;i.l.T\la Rt L K:t:Sus o e C O331aNwvK41;f II :Nit. :SneS T.,I.vr t~Nsl~~ x'xE of aMM31.10wr: ELTII or .STATE STEAM' 01UTY arad ISTE1EST ritEK aaY IN.: I.xC TAX. STiCK's or Itaa%! &lt; will he asselatra at PAll. in paartna~: at (.ammona~wraltha I'IOIATE and SLT:Cssil'N :.UT Thre.. E.* a asse sithaaatret R:eaTk:K INVZSR~aNT. TIl.EA,?PIY I:tNcS ino.e;. i a denomiaairianat .'f £10. £100. £500. amn £1000.o r STocK I acIKt n naamaaat. 'a £100 oarIweamutiplalw o £10 .-r £100O KR:P..ayAl.Ka .ar PAIl. IaN iSTn lai:aEsuj;Kkl.19o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916
;ec"ial Show OF I SZASON'S GOODS AT jlisoZn Bros,, ORS AND OUTFITTERS. Rowve-strret, Ouyen. Gi inspect our New- and Up Range of Latest Suitings ate t Novelties in Men's prices to suit all pockets. T'Hj' GLAD HAND .the vfell-tailored man, anc or tailoring is the Best! tt as easy to get the Best a· 0orest, so call at once and enve vourr order with us. display of Felt Hats in all also a large and magnificent sortinent of Latest Ties. IT'S YOUR MOVE to call and inspect our Stock at once. J. GREAT Z. tirerer, Gieengrocer, and Aerated Water Manu facturer. sh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. 'ooi Drinks. (CELS!OR BAKERY, OUJYEN. ARN OLD, RER AsD ?ASTRYCOOK. *'itv Bread from Australian flour ATERING. A SPECIALTY. rur, Iran and Pollard in n7 quantity at lowest rates. :t for 3assey Harris farm imple a:s; Royal Insurance Co.; Jas. t..-tram and Co, AlfaLaval cream r!t ators and cream cans Waiting for a Shave AT Srnith's H1adrensssg Saloon. Ne :-zz WY$ters' Hotel) . Civility, and EEat cf ::a...
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 July 1916
WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1916. Local and General. 'Meetings of both the East and W est Ridinog Water Advisarv Corn mittees were held at Mnrrayville on Friday. In the West, a request for a dam in the vicinity of blocks 8 and 22, Nattyong, was referred to Mr. Crosbie for report. A pettiion signed by IS ratepayers, for a bore at Dan yo railway station was held over un til next meeting to allow the com mittee to confer with Mr. Kenyon. Fifteen ratepayers petitioned for a tank of 5000 yards, at Gnarr, and this was recommended. Another petition for a bore at Duddo, signed by 21 ratepayers, caused some dis cussion, but it was eventually de cided to consider this when the list (oif new bores is being iealt with. IThe road at Dalko reserve, and the drains at Weishman's Tank will be done ae once. The only business be fore the East committee was thelet ter in last week's MAIL, complaniing of the Bonlka drains. It was ex plained that the silt had been put on the catchment side because the banks were ...
LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
LATEST NEWS. The followiun is e iise of prin~ce at Ben. Oke's, Ouyen for the month of July for nett cash with order. Doz. Axle Grease S/ Baking Powder (White Rose) 13/9 . (E?eelsior) 2016 Bloater Paste 5/3 Barley Pearl 3f Condensed Milk 9/6 Candles, electrine 9/3 Corn Flour 516 Currants 9/ Fish-Salmon (best red) 11/6 Sardines, 4 lb. 8/9 Herrings, fresh l11/ ,, in sauee 11/ ,, kippered 1L: Green Peas - 5/9 Herbs 10t. Jam, plum 6 lb. tins 32t? 2 lb. tins 11/2 Rice 3/S Sago 4j' Tapioca 4/3 Soap-Goldfinder, Yankee Ma gic, Butterfly 11/ Starch 7/ Sauce, tomato 12/1 small - 7/ Cream of Tartar 2/6 p- lb. Golden Syrup. 7 lb., 2/5 , ,. 2 lb., 9S-d. Treacle, 7 lb., 2/2 ,, 2 lb., Syd.
MY LADY LITTLE E. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
iMY LAD' LITTLE E. The ma:tn who owned a Little E ]Referred to it as "'she," Until a friend who heard him talk, Remarked to himr that he Did not exactly unnIerstand Wihy hIte ~lhorlR think it ti 'To fernini~e the neuter, and Say "she" insteadl of "'it." "Oh. you 'lon't know the Little E," The other mart replied, As, slowly gettin~ off his seat, He luokled :.t it with pride; "It's plain enough to are why L Should speak of it as "shie," Because, old nman, tile Little E Is so expensive--See " -A. W.' BEER. Robinson antd Co's. reprse?ntative, Onyen.
An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
An appeal. The promises already received by the Rev. G. E. Dewnton and Mr. Hail, in the matter of additional Sareas to be put under wheat for the benefit of our soldiers when they re turn from helping to crush the Hun, are as follovw : Previously acknowledlged :--I6 Acres. W. Duthie ... H. Perkins .. R. Weir .. R. Vines ... 3 R. Penny ... 6
Shire Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
Shire Tenders. The East Riding works committee of Walpeup shire met on Wednesday last, and accepted tenders for con tracts as follow : 327.-P. Stanyer, ~13 12/. 328.-P. Stanyer, £29 12/6. 329.3-D. T. Guiney, £23 17/. 330.-J. R. Roare, £15 21. 331.-D. T. Guiney, £34 6/4. 332.-T. Bevan, £22 0/6 336.-D. J. Gwilym, £1S. 337.--C. Lockwood, £26 15/. 338.--L. M'Lean, £20 9/. 339.-R. J. Emmett, £I0. More work in the West Riding is advertised in this issue.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
Local and General. For downtright crassuess, com. mend us to the Government of Vic toria. Duri'g the drought, a con cession was granted in the matter of the freight on Mallee stumps A flat rate, whereby this splendid fire wood could be landed anywhere in Victoria was fixed, and as a conse quence, a good many thousands of tons found their way to the con sumer, and the Mallee farmer gained a few shillings at least. No one was hurt by this concession (by t he way, it might be observed that the flat rate so far as Melbourne was concerned, was a very small concession-if any), while a great number was benefited. Now is the time when: farmers are ready' to send down greater quantities than evter, and according to anadvertise imenit. elsewhere in this issue, there is a buyer ready to do.business, but with the usual stupidity which --hiracterises administration in the State. the flat rate has been abol ished, Its up to someone to raise a row, and if they dbn't, well we will be more puzzled t...
Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
Agrricultural eolleges. Mr. Pye, Principal of the Dookie Agricultural College, in his report for the month of June, states that tihe rainfall for the month was 343 pts. Since the late rains fell the germina tion of the crops is good. The Yan dilla King wheat seems more suscep tible than most wheats in regard to germinating capacity. This has been noticeable for some years. Occa sionally grains of this variety have been received with the intimation that it has not germinated, or very little of it has. The samples sent have malted, and have been sown early in seed beds not sufficiently moist to cause a vigorous germina tion. That such a large area has been put in by the students is a suf ficiena reply to the criticisms that students only have a day or two at long intervals at cropping work. The ploughing, cultivation, and drilling in of the seed done by t·hem are highly creditable, and more so when most of them have never done farming work before. Of the wheat produced at the Col lege...
Murrayville Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
Murrayville Merms. M3r. Stephen King, an old resi dent of the district had a very lucky escape while driving to his home from Murrayville last Thursday. The horse bolted and threw him out but he turned up here on Satur day smiling none the worse for his adventure. He is nearly 80 years of age. All interested in tennis will be pleased to hear that we are still alive and have reformed the club The following office-bearers were elected:--President, P. Emmett; secretary, Miss Evans; treasurer, Mr. F. Fairy-; committee, Messrs. Barrerra, M'Lean, Stone, Fairy and Miss Wiltshire. Opening day, Saturday, 22nd July, a mixed doubles will be played commencing at 2.30 sharp for trophy. All wish ing to compete kindly hand in their names to the secretary, Miss Evans. A social and dance will be held in Mulcra hail on Friday, July 14 The scholars of the State school are holding a patriotic concert on the 14th. The liead teacher, Mr. J. Elyah, assisted by the ladies has been to a lot of trouble prepa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
RnUC IflI~c 1 'oisoning.-Thze Ih Ptreet:l conta~in* stermsa that w and blood poioning. AHl , her a:y lt, avoided if Cham kI2,in IIMim i' applied a aoon as . received. Chamberlain's Pain nn anrtiseprie anil, destroys the i.or Children's Ma~king Cotgh at night Woods' Great Pepperzamint Cnre, 1/6. I Woad5' Great Peppcrmizrt Cure, Fo~i Coughs andl Co31ds, never fais IJ'& Ye who read me, ;anl perlhaps need me. Treamre every word I say; No wild rumor, bit wise humor, In a gay Miltonian wa.y. Idon't sell you when I tell yoI That I'm absonlutely sure, Laryngitis and bronchitis Yield to Woods' Pepperminht Cuare. FTENDERS for felling 200 acres (more Sor less) on block one mile from Onyen, known as Umber's block. Ten ders returnable on -25th July.-L. Cornel ins, c/o Ouyen Hotel, Ouyen. RUIT For Sale.- Best Eating and SCooking Apples at 2/6 a case on Harcourt station. Orders receive prompt attention. Cases to be returned. Cash with order.-Robt. Portwine, Harcourt. FOR I le.-30 h.p. 5sea...
Advertise. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
'Thcre w wsan old geezer and ha had lots of .see ; s or e started up a bunsiness on a dollar eighty-cents--the dollar for stock and the eighty for an ad., IBrounght him three lovely dollars. day, by gad! ' Well, he brought more goods and a little more space, And he played that system withasmile on his face, .The customers flocked to his two-by-four. store. rp on the square, where the people g~a, I-e gobbled up a corner that was all plate glass, He fixed up the wiudows with the best that he had, And he told them all about it in a full page ad. He soon had 'em coming and he never, never quit, And, be wouldn't cut down on his ads., one jit. Well, lie's kept things humpingin the town eversince, Andt every-bodv calls him the MIerchalnt Prince : Somhe ay it's luck, but that's all bnkE Why. ie was doing business when the times were punk, IPeopIe have to purchase, and the geezer was wise- For he knew the way to get 'em was to odr'ertise.
Walpeup Warbles. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
Walpeop Warbles. Last TVednesday week a plain and fancy dress ball was held in the hall, the proceeds being devoted to the piano fund. Our local Minstrel Party was answerable, and it is scarcely necessary to say, it proved a success. There was a fine attendance, and some 20 dancers graced the floor in fancy costume. 'I'any of these were very attractive, and some of the characters splendidly sustained. For the best fancy costume for ladies, IMrs. Richardson won first with The Allies, while Mir. E. Beale won in that for gents., with an Indian Chief, a well sustained and splendidly got -p character. The management is to be heartily commended for the success of the affair, and there is no reason why the winter should be stale while we can have such splendid enjoy ment--and help at the same time. '---- '------- ---:?-. _--7
Requires an Answer. "RATEPAYER" RETURNS TO THE CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
Requires an Answer. --0--~ "RATEPAYER" RETURNS TO THE CHOARGE. I noiced cthe comment of the com mittee of the Advisory Board on my letter regarding the Boulks Tank, saying tbe banks were too skppery to take the silt out on the right side and that it had been heaped and would not wash back. The only heaps I see is where the tnrac's cross the drains and it only needs a thunder storm to wash the whole of it back. There was only a lJigbt rain while they were being cle:aned out and that should not have prevaenoted the most of it going over the bank. Cr. Glen evidently has not woke up-in fact must have been talking in his sleep when he said it was not the first time they had been cleaned out. I would like him to wake up and tell me when.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
I esenp It'rS:ty-'W, hiri le intity n:; Tel'our, reunltJ fta1y it os' the indl,.. -.s~ ..n.ony- dth? ... pneumomn:~l tr. :?. Tr.. ,.ll,'w ir..- X, hav6 'et to b?ar .of ag i· g ykthnkirrir'i pn amhon 5. C- ?r ,Tn C'Uur R nIedy was ta r - * , i n,' i ' in. ' , tey .-, Ci ink ' *2;n' rniedy~ is t5ker ah · . z i. we essened in i sE ,'* I ,j ity .pwards ; pt hecLk C· erlain's.Oio:. g . . p*= orert:·' ·· sysPtem .y As: in -I( , uCad tosr nAr J * . 9.- .9r-- -- Walpeup. Mcn;;\y. Jtly '24. Cowan:ige. Tuicst'. a"rn!oon. J.4y 25 rutye, Tues;day C enim. . Jluy- -5. 'oinLka. Wedn(esday till :2 noon. July -6. .inga. Wednesday. 2 t 4 p.m.. July 26. 'ncderbool. W'edr.esia. 4.30 to S. Jnly 26. lIurrnyville. Tucso'ay afterncon and Friday rmorring. July 2- and 2S. lildura. Saturklay, Jy H;,. Ouyenr. Mcr.ayr, (:;ill t'. a V.-'aters Hote, July W. ~.. MAURICE L THOMAS Recorded by the Dental sard of Tiidtria. Large and cxtenrsie sapariencr in all partS ef Victoria. also in Sou'th Aust-alia and New South ...
A Popular Clergyman. REV. G. E. DOWNTON DEPARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
1 Popular elergyman. REV. G. E. DOWNTON DEPARTS. Forty two months in the Central Mallee is a good test of a man's quality. One who occupies a public position, and comes through with I approbation is notable. Rather more than the period mentioned has elaps ed since the Rev. G. E. Downton took over the duties of ministering to the spiritual wants of tile members and adherents of the Church of England in this portion of the Mlallee, and now he has gone. To those- unac quainted with conditions in the great wheal belt of the State during the past four years, it would probably seem scarcely worth making a noise about because a man had lived and labored the biggest pant of four years. But to these we would just say that the parish of Ouyen at present ex tends to the South Australian bor der--a distance of 80 miles west, and on either side of the line there are centres springing up like mushrooms. In each and every one of these, the people look :for minstrm~tions-and they gt them. MIr. Down...
Victorian Railways Union. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916
Victorian Railways Union. At a meeting of the Ouyen branch of the Victorian Railways Union on Friday night, the following motions were passed: That this meeting of railway men, representative of all grades in the service, call upon the Government to grant industrial boards to fix wages and working conditions within the service and thus afford railway men opportuni ties to remedy their grievances, simi lar tio those granted to all other classes of workmen; and farther more that Parliament be asked to hear representatives of the service before the request is dealt with by the House; and that all members, whether Liberal or Labor, be asked to sppport the claims of the service iamr thus give practical evidence of their adherence and faith in the wages board and arbitration systen~ That, in the evens of the request being refused, a special cnference be summoned of the executives of bhe three erganisations concerned, and steps ta~'en to place the whole mat ter before the organised industr...