ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Ouyen Mail Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,495 items from Ouyen Mail, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,495 results
District Soldiers' Fund. AN UNCERTAIN POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916

~.I#.ARllL ~Sji..w..j kZId*2U x .tiNCERTAIN POSITION. A mee'ting f the committee of thd eiyen District Soldiers' Fund was held on Priday night, 30th ult. Mr. W. A. Ritchie occupying the chair. The business principally was to consider the `re-l from the State Wat Council to'the requst tirom the committee for permission to continue the fund. The reply stated thaT it: was ccnsid?eted inadvisable to have too many funds in operation, as this would lead to overlapping, and pro bibly gonfutsion. It .was pointed. on' that the scheme laid down by the Federal Government was to assist all reduned soldiers whose needs de unanded it. The letter having been received. the chairman read an appeal pub Jished in Biddiip "'Advertiser" for funds to a local repatriation fund at that centre, and also referred to -Mr. Rodgers?,' M.P., scheme, which was distinct from the Government scheme altogether. The secretary (Mr. R. CoustIy) thought they should continue with .*he scheme, and so soon as they con sider...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916

Farmers' Itnion, . "In Outer Darkness' is p:=, ---"ir,---I ;have been waCh: present outbreak on the pan producing community with x not to say amazement Read!:; literature as carefully and standingly as my brain powe. admit, I must acknowledge a : that the movement is an waste of energy. A co-open from bitter experience, I liave with eagerness for a definite on the part of the farmer in the tion of bettering the cruel ccn under which that section of the munity has labored so long. an instead of honey, am offered vi? The .origination of thie presewt ment is opparently very mIc earnest, and I think, ral :l he is on tile right tra:k. .So . parently, do a great nun:t ir mers, including my vry : enthusiastic friend, Mr. P. :: But it is the old thing a3fter : what use are politics :to ". ? 1When has Ie gained anytning Parliament ? Haring consci·. and, I flarter myself, intell:i recorded my vote on every c~< since reaching thie ige of disce or at least the age whiri, entitle to v...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916

- Comm? nwealth of Austrakas 4% per cent. WAR LOAN, 195 hRiP~nd~ten ;lot , wipti Applants so ayn ' t'e so dn si-. Z'a irsrrrtaents ovr eo extended period a afollow: l 10 per en. ora ?ppi?,ction r:p to lae Au;=us, 1916, and a furtlher £1, se- cea, or~ be r- eah of t?' eoio iogd t. lit Saptm~ber. 1916 Idt Dtembr. 1916 tat March. 1917 ad October. 1916 3-d January, 1917 nd April, 1917 t Neve.tsbe, 1918 Ish Febroary, 1917 let May, 1917 It the cane of Sbsort-ber for -rounot over EICO a fill yeais intereat will he paid orr 01 June. 1917, after dju:meent. at 41 per cent per anna m for the extendedl period f1 the caeor ubmaribera r amoonts up t·o 10 a full yeits interest at 41 per cent. *sal be paid on 3Zth Juoe. 1917. w-houut ?ay adjustment. r;ivato inv-es?O", Ins~titutions and Firms are iritedl to eubstcribe to ?t?rreMa cxthnteo heir Enanirio copacite. IEmployers arm erestiy : quosted to interest their etal? and help the grand. totl. Elmployees and ?Othe?rs are enabled under this proposal ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916

DRAPER, GROCER, I IRONIMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. OWE-ST., OUYEN. CL $i. GIEaDESPIB, PRiaODU.C ? ,?HERCPINT. OKE-ST., OUYEN. ICI.\L .\A IGN I. Commin iner ,f the Supreme (ourt. of Victori. for t'aking Atlidavits. LOANS ARRANGIED FOR. A fui stck of all Machinery and Duplicates kept at our showrooms. INSPECTION CORDIIALLY INVITED. JLLIS4N BROS., TRILORS IND OUTFITTERS, ROWE=ST., OUYEN. ALL iND INSPEIT OUR NEW STOCK. R. A. CALDOW & O0., (A UCTION EER.) ,D, STOGK, & CENERAL COMMNISSION ACENT, FARXELL-ST., OUYEN. SWLES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. L. KENNEDY, LACKS[MITI & . OKE-ST., OUYEN. WI[EELWtXItGHT, . Stripper Combs a Spe-. cialtv. ren Buggy Wheels Tyred To Pr rfection. Guaranteed Not To Dish. CURES) CUReS couxS oCLj- coUGc,;OLDs ALLAGHER BROS., SADDLERS, COLLAR, & HARNESS MAKERS. Farrell-st., Ouyen. PAIJs PRO?LPTLY DONE. COLLARS .sTUFFED SCIENTIFICALLY. •RICES TO SUIT 'TIMES. G~ It! (i et it ! RECKONS IT KNOWS SOMETHING ABOUT IT ! ABOUT WIAT...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail WEDNES., JULY 12, 1916. How They Help. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916

WVEDNES., JULY 12, 191i6. How They Help. Coming events are alwayI- interest ing. Quite recently we had a visit from the Minister for Lands and ?Mz John Gray, M.L.A It was a notable occasion, for more reasons than one. The Minister told each of his au diences that it was his first risit to this portion of the Mailee. That is right. We jare in the unfortmate position of being on a main ine, but all too often the Minister passes us by and goes on to Mildura--her are a good many thousands of Totes there. But it has been dawning on somebody recently that the votes in this part of the State are increasing fairly rapidly-and i* t is not alto gether out of the reckoning that there will be a general election be fore the present Parliament dies a natural death. The Minister may be in earnest-it is not for us to impute otherwise--but those who can read between the lines may see some. thing else behind the professed anx iety on the Minister'. part to ;see the new Mallee for himself- It is inter...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 July 1916

BER~EAVEM1ENT AGEICE~. /E R. nrid 37rRS. OG)IRAN and L. FAMILY wi.ih to thank rneir many kind friernds for letters and tele gramsr in their recent sld Ieretvesenly iby the tldeath of their lagnhtrer. w"ho, wa-. killed inr a lift accident at IMyer? Iuild ings, Maellmnrne. ,n 15th .Tune. Tutye, "-A6/'16.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

.A A..k. . . .-· - To BTAND " IIIIS S.EASON AT OUYEN And Travel The 'Surrounding District., THEill Pl "R-1RiFI CLYDESDALE STALLION DICK IHAMILTON, D ItK HAMIII.TON (fo:ied in 1I12) is ac aiil ,tcLtly built l i)!;ck, saindingd i alilt Si 6 hauiri- n slnort bl :-, hat good quality, lmne, hlir. and action, nial docile temper. IHis tiam is ly Oakbranich ; Oak I.ranch'r daml is hIy lBen ,Loirnoln. Dick lanmilton's sire-tlruce I1aIuilton-is by Ian IIaniilionr. Ian H-l.tailton (imp. N.Z.) won in 1902 tirst prizes at Otago -ociety's ilhow, Dunedin, and Sunderlandi Society's .mhow, Invercarg;ill. In Victoria in 1903 lie gaintdi second prize at Horslihal and lir-t at )atDimirlt, a. In 194 fir-t and charnipion prizes at tile Royal show, Miel lbourne, first at D)intmboola and -econd at Hrisllani. In 1905 lirst aL Nhill parade, lisrt at Hllrs-li:un-lhetitingrl tlie falmous champion prize-taker, Sir Peri:ival, who ras live times chamnpion at the Royal show, Mlellourne-an'ln first at Dimnboola, -a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

A Continual Anxiety. -Coagh~ amin? colds are an anxiety to nri hers a3 childreen rarely get through rhe winter witthot them. For young chillren a nmedieine that acts quickly is necestLry or cro·n may develop ; it l?t n oat contin no opz?es and be a, mreilicine the c~hildren like. Chamheriain's Conh li rietedy acts ,quck ly, contains no opiates, children like it and it in everywhere regardal a. a certain care for coughr, cElds, ':r,-o~.nd whoopi;ra cogbh. WANTED "IKNOWN i. BOOTH, ?RICKLAYER, PLASTERER, Etc. Is prep:red to lo any cl:ass of brickwork in towl or e -?ntrv, and a large aituont oi seAmd hn:tI Blri,.ks for sale chea-p. All orders to be left at the MArL otlice. BEREAVEMIENT NOTICE. M R.and 1RS. BRODIE, of Boinka, desire to express their sincere THANKS to Boinka friends for their kind sympa thy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, and especially iMr. and Mrs. M~iKenney, Mrs. Hamnpel, and Mr. Kinnersley for their kind attention. TENDERS. TENDERS are hereby invi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Carwarp Carols. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

earwarp earols, As might be expected with such an enthusiast in our midst, abranch of the Victorian Farmers' Union was formed here last Saturday, starting off with a membership of 30. The election of office-bearers for the first term will take place on 28th inst. The late glorious weather has had a wonderful effect on the crops hereabout. A magnificent growth is everywhere showing, but in stubble land the seed is too thick and unless checked must show rankness. To the confusion of some loud mouthed critics, the water is flow ing along the channels steadily. There is -ome trouble with runa way holes in places. but otherwise -sharp elbows notwithstanding there is no hitch. Saturday wascelebrated as Wood Day in aid of Mlldura Hospital. Four trucks were filled, and this will doubtless prove very acceptable at the institution. While the men worked, the ladies prepared lunch, and at micday, a big gathering did full justice. These outings are en joyable and for good purpose.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Timberoo's Welcome. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

Timberoo's Welcome.* * Everyone has heard the rumor that the ostrich, when danger ap proaches, buries its bill in the sand. This is so that it won't get hit in the head. Awhile back a party by the name of Hughes sent us a note enclosing the country's account, and like the ostrich a great many of us promptly buried our bills in the sand ; but Mr. R. J. Edlin was one who marked his account "paid." He was through the thick of fight in Gal;ipoli and at the last was wounded and invalided home. In the opinion of wounded soldiers the Turkish creed could be slightly twisted to say "There is but one God and the Red Cross stretcher bearer is his Prophet." L. Cor poral Edlin was one of them. The residents of this district gave him a warm welcome on Friday night (7th), when Mr. R. H. Morrow in a very neat and appropriate speech presented our soldier with a hand some oak clock and a case of shav ing requisites. The blushing hero modestly returned thanks and gave us a brief narration of events, b...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

0verseas Tobacco Fw To the above fund we hbve to nowledge the followiog donDatio £ 10 T. Tonkin -- 0 A Bob (weekly) .. Jas. M'Lean . Mrs. Ingwersen, tobacco and cigarettes 0 J.T. - D. Pianta -

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

I Oauyen Police eourt. At the above court on Wednesday I last. Mr. Elligett, P.M., occupied the bench. DEIT CASES. Ben, Oke sued - Byrne for £11I 4/2, and a verdict was returned with 26/ costs. R. A. Caldow claimed £3 3/ from P. O. H. Thomas, and got a verdict, with 15/6 costs. E. L. Caldow v. C. E. Hall, claim £7 3/4; verdict for £5 3/4, with 13/ costs. Cregan and Scbubert v. A Stone, claitm £3 0'9; verdict, with 15/6 costs. E. G. Balding v. P. O. HI. Tho mas, claim £5 5/2; verdict, with 15/6 costs. Same v. J. T.. aolt, claim £4 12/2; verdict, with 15/6 costs. Walpeup Shire obtained verdicts for arrears of rates against P.O. H. Thomas, £13 7/4; J. Nunn, £9 18/8; J. B. Mills, £13 5/11; S. Presley, £10 9/2; J. P. Kensley, £17 17/5; F. Poole, £13 13/9. EDUCATION CASES. E. Johnson and A. M'Pherson were fined 5s. each for breaches of the Education Act: INTEIPILEADER DISMISSED. J. Forbes v. A. M'Lean (W. H. James claimant). In this case Mr. Park represented the judgment cre ditor, and Mr...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MY LADY LITTLE E. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

[MY LADI LITTLE E The man who owned a Little E Referred to it as "she," Until a friend who heard him talk, Remarked to him that he Did not exactly understand Why he should think it fit To feminise the neuter, and Say "she" xnstead of "it." "Oh. you don't know the Little E," The other nLman replied, As, slowly getting off his seat, He looked at it with pride,; "'it's plain enough to me why I Should speak of it .as "she." Because, old ran., the Little E Is so expensive-See " -A.\ W. BEER. Robinson and Co's. representative, Ounyen.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

An Alppeal. The promises already reed the Rev. G. E. Dowaton w Hall, in the matter of ad& areas to be put under wheat benefib of ocr soldiers when ti turn from helping to crush ahe are as follow : Previously acknowledged: W. Duthie H. Perkips - KR. Weir ... R. Vines " R.Penny ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
That Sixpence. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

That Sixpence. Those who attended at the Farm ers' Union meeting on Saturday re ceived gratifying news. At the close of the business, Mr. W. Mitchell said he had received word that day that the extra sixpence per bushel on the wheat would be paid on August 8, that is a fortnight from next Tuesday. It is as well for farmers to know that chis dividend will be paid on bushels only, the odd pounds weight being held for the final adjustment. Thus if a certificate shows 674 bushels 59 lbs., the bushels will be credited, and the lbs held. No matter bow many certificates you have, the odd lots will still be held, not lumped to make up bushels. There is no signing to be done, so you will not need to feel any concern, for as the credit is made, you will receive the duplicate pay in slip from the bank. And just one point, the payments are to be made id alphabetical order-that is Allen will be paid after Abel, while Young or Zebs will be kept waiting a long time. Mr. Mitchell further explained ...

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 — 19 July 1916

euyen and District S diers' Fund. The following promised dj have been paid, aol thesez will be pleased to receive all . promises: Amount previously acknoo~ie £S8

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

oeremonnwealth of Austra.ila 45 .e cenrt WAR LOAN, 1925 Applsnatt. lfet a pjin Aippiae ncha i y, if thyo desira, pay insmtalm'P over an extended period as fo!!ows: LI0per esno, ron aption sp ols t Augdsn 191o , and . further £10 per cent on o befor each of he folle-' idaes. 5. Splomber , 1311 1st lDcenser, 1916 1st Macch, 11517 2d Qc~tober.6 ~3~d Jau?-Jy, 1917 2nd April, 1917 1st Norsnber, 1916 151 Febrnary, 1917 1st ray, 1917 In the ears otSuL'??ones frCi amouoa over £CO a fui! year's interest will be paid oa Ilhm Juone, 1917. atar ad jrtmntien. at 4? per cent. per annum for the extended period. In the ease of Subscribers for amoont?S up to O£100 a fil year's interest art per cent wlR be paid on 30Ch June, 191,. withlouet ay adjustment. Privatn Invnstore, JlstitutionJ an4d irms are invited to subscribe to therdfl extent of thei: enancia caPscite. £mployers are earsaty re?tuested to interest their ataB and help the grand total. Emp!oyces avid OCthis are ena~ed nader this proposal to...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

DRAPER, GROCER, RONMOZI4IGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. )K-:ST.. OUYEN. ? ,. f0GIlLESPIE, ODU~JCiE IVIRCEANT. -ET BUYER& GENERAL AGENT OKE-ST., OUYEN. CI.\L .A.vIGNEE. Commni-sioner ,of the Supremne Court of Victori, for taking AftiIdavits. LOANS ARRANGED FOR. jUl A rick of all Ma:chinery :and Duplicates kept at our showrooms. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. LLISON BROS., TRIILORS RND OUITFITTERS, ROWE=ST., UYEN. LL AN1D IBNSPECT OUR NEW? STOeK. R. A. CALDOW & OO., (ALCTIONEER.) MD, STOCK, & CENEBAL CDMNISSIDN AGENT, FARIELL-ST., OULEN. IES CDODUCTEGD I~N A~Y PAST OF THBE STATE. L. KENNEDY, ACKSMITH & OKE-ST., OUYEN. EELWRIGHT, ? Stripper Combs a Spe .~~ -cialty. ea Buggy Wheels Tyred To Perfection. Guaranteed Not To Dish. .C~U?UES, GURES ComCfs CL couaws oCOL~ ALLAGHER BROS., SADDLERS, CGLLAR, & HARNESS MAKERS. Farrell-st., Ouyen. AIRS PROJIPTLY DONE. COLLARS STUFFED SCIENTIFICALLY. RICES TO SUIT TIMES. BEN. OE) GENERAL ME RC HANT, OUYZES. PRICES FOR...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Murrayville Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

I! Murrayvrille Mems. Mrs. Phil Emmett, late of Ouyeu, now of 3Murrayville, received a wire last week stating that her youngest brother, Edgar Chenowith, was killed in action on 27th June. He was not 13 years old. Mr. Em mett's brother, Arthur, has been wounded, but is back again in the trenches. A very successful Patriotic Con cert was held in the Murrayrille hall on Friday evening last. Being I a glorious night, people came from far.and wide, and the various items were received with marked ap plause. Mr. Ford, the Methodist pastor, made a capital chairman, and at the conclusion of the con cert, moved a vote of thanks to all who helped to make it such a suc cess. The concert was followed by a dance which formed a fitting con clusion to a very enjoyable night's outing.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail WEDNES., JULY 19, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 July 1916

-"VEDNES.- JULY 19, 1916. Local and General. Now that the extra sixpence is nearly due, farmers are inquiring eagerly as to the prospects of the Onyen flour mill. It is anticipated that the necessary permission to in crease the capital will be given within a few days. and then the forms of application for shares will be printed promptly. The delay is at the other end, and when it is rectified, you can invest the price of 10 bushels or as many more as you wish in shares. Keep this in mind when allotting the dividend. Following is a list of wheat re ceived by Mr. A. A. Peverill of Kia, for the Wounded Soldiers Fund:--Messrs. J. M'Grath, M. Murnane, C. S. Glassborow, R. Tonkin, 2 bags each; Messrs. A. E. Watson. G Watsnn T starrve P. Stanyer, A. Laity, C. Carolan, W. Glover. H. Jones, R. Munro, C. Lockwood, A. Morley. A. Mun ro, M. S. Byrne, Jas. Taylor, A. Peverll, W. H. Pendlebury, M. Marassovitch, C. A. Plucke, R. Jones, D. J. Gwilym, 1 bag each. During the month of May the ladies o...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x