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Timberco Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 July 1916

Timberoo Topics. On Friday. 21st., all roads led to Timberoo, and an enquirer as to the why would have been told that there was a concert at the school. The accommodation was taxed to its ut- most by an appreciative audience, who thoroughly enjoyed the good things provided. Timberoo had the honor of a new departure, the over- ture "The Palace of Palms" being   rendered by a full-blown orchestra consisting of piano, three violins and mandoline, the operators being Misses Weston and Englefield, and Messrs. Martin, Englefield and An- derson. They also gave the "Con- vent Bells," while songs were sup- plied by Mrs. Lodwick, Misses Tur- ner and Adamson, and Messrs. Vines, Martin and Stoneham. The school children provided "The Blue Bells of Scotland," and also an interesting and instructive scene representing "Our Empire," introducing recita- tions and songs and concluding with a tableau of flags. The final item in the program was an amusing little sketch entitled "A Day at B...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEMPY. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 July 1916

TEMPY.   At the usual meeting of the above branch on Saturday week, there was a very large attendance. The roll now embraces.thirty members and it is expected that this number will be doubled by next meeting. Every farmer in the district is a worker.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tempy Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 July 1916

Tempy Topics. Farmers will learn with pleasure that Mr. R. Brooke, hon. sec. to our Progress League, has received word that our long sought weighbridge will be installed by November next. This will be in ample time to handle the forthcoming big harvest expedit- iously. Next Friday afternoon Tempy and Speed footballers will play a patrio- tic game on the former's ground. The proceeding are to be devoted to the Red Cross funds, and we expect a big crowd, as football is always attrac- tive, more especially between the above named teams. One of the ex Tempy footballers, who put on the khaki in place of the white and red, and saw service at Gallipoli, has made up his mind to settle here again in business. This is Mr. C. C. Ritchie, and as agent for the Victorian Producers' Co- operative Company, he should do good for himself and the sharehold- ers. [The above came to hand too late for insertion in last issue.]

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Overseas Tobacco Fund. To the above fund we have to ack nowledge the following donations: £sD 10 5 0 T.Tonkin ... O 2 O A Bob(weekly) ..- 0 1 0 Jas. M'Lean .. --- 0 2 0 Mrs. Ingwersen, tobacco and cigarettes J.T. ... O 1 0 D. Pianta ... O 2 6

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 — 2 August 1916

Oeuyen and District Sob diers' Fund. The following promised donations have been paid~ ani the secretary will be pleased to receive all unpsid promises: Amount previously acknowledged: £81 3 6

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Digestibility of Silage. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Digestibility of Silage. With regard to the question of the cigestibiliy of silage against that of toe original crop from which it is produced, it. is generally recognised, according to a note by Messrs. Guth rie and Ramsay in the Government agricultural publication of New South Wales, that it is about the same as that of dried fodder (hay), both silage and hay being slightly less digestible than the original green fodder. This low digestilility is not due to any ac tual decrease of indigestible material, but to the fact that there is always a considerable loss in the conversion of the green crop into hay or silage 4apart from the loss of water), and that this loss chiefly consists of sugar and similar soluble substances which are wholly digestible. A loss of as high as 20 per cent. of material is possible in the conversion of green crop into silage, and the material so lost is for the most part the digestible portion of the fodder. On the whole, there is less loss of material when ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

An Appeal. The promises already received by the 1ev. G. E. Downton and Mr. Hall, in the matter of additional areas to be put under wheat for the belnefi, of our soldiers when they re turn from helping to crush the Hun, are as follow :- Previously acknowledged :--168 Acres. W. Duthie ... 4 H. Perkins ... 2 R. Weir ... 2 R Vines ... . 3 R. Penny ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Take No Snubstitute.--It is important that the public should oee that they get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and not -take some substritute sold for the sake of e?tra profit! No notice lbUild-he taken of underhand insinnation'F Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy Ihas stood tne test for more tIhan forty years and can be depended p.pon. It is sold everywhere, ANDRENs'"· STOVES REDUoECouR ___ -FUEL 1ILL B'ELL P JST YU iLLUSTRATED CAT A?tCUE FREE. t WRITEATACONCE.; C.AMDRFEWS jjl GEELONC.VIC, PIrinted and puLbi;hecd by Ray S. Ritchie, trading as Ritchie & Son, at the Ouyen MAIL office, Ckl:-street, Ouyen, in the State of Victoria. TO STAND TIIIS SEASON ATL OUYEN Ani Travel The Surrounling l)istrict., THE PURE-BRIED CLYDESDALE STALLION DIWK JAIIIL TON, D ~It K HAMILTON (to ded in 1912) is J :& coinpacdly built black, standing about 16 hands en short legs, has goodt qnalily, boue, hair, and action, and docile temper_ His damu is by Oakbranch; Oak braneh'r dam is by Ben Lomond. Dick I...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Linga Links. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Linga Lanks. A young mnanl, named Will. Ing wersen met with a painful acci dent on Tueslay of last week. In company with his brother he was pulling a ,harvester into a shed, the aid of a?liorse being requisitioned. Being'n a .h .tg get the job over, the hofis rfighdd things, with the rest fhtlatj e.yofeng man men tioned gDt.one of 'his arms rather severely crushed between the seed box of the machine and a post of the shed. Dr. Lindsay fortunately happened to be at Linga when the sufferer was brought in, rand after receiving attention, the patient was able to return home. He doesn't appreciate too much keenness on the part of horses when time is not an essence. The co-operative spirit is spread ing. In addition to working toge ther in social matters, our farmers are now considering extending the idea to business, and there is "a movement to establish a- weigh bridge company here. It is only in the embryo stage at present, but there may be mere to tell next week. On Saturday last our ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Here's For an Argument. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Here's For an Argument. "Hay " writes in the " Bulletin ": -After numerous experiments, I am convinced that pickling or bathing grain previous to sowing, does noth ing to prevent smut or other fungus diseases. I sowed wheat in strips a chain wide across a paddock. The first lot was pickled in a cold solu tion of bluestone in the method us ually adopted by the South A9stral ian whea8 farmers. The next lot was sown straight from the bag without any treatment. Then a strip with wheat pickled in a hot bath of sulphate of copper (slightly over 130 deg. F.) was puc in. Next, some dipped in hot formalio,aoother helping .dipped in a cold solution of the sami- ,:ur, and laftiv some verv badly amussed seed wheat. A pro fessor of agriculture who saw the di ieased wheat sown said it would pro dne .Inohiz! vet at harvest time the grain from it turned *ut to be as pumlp au?, muund as could be wished. Of the variously pickled lots there as nofl.t greater percentage of smut in ary, olne than anothe...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Walipeap Shire eoameil. The usual monthly meeting of the ia'e body was held at the shire Son Fiday night, when there rer present :-Crs. Glen (president), ckeriog, Farrell, Mossop and ehbt. CORRESPONDENCE. Friday next is the second anniver ory f the declaration of war, and reaier is anxious that public meet s should be held throughout the te, affirming the determination of lose present to carry the war to a a:essful conclusion.-Owing to the ll being engaged for Friday night t, arrangements will be made for r pickering to move the motion at e interval. It is to be hoped that ryone will stay in the hall to carry .motion as it should be. Warragul shire is anxious to ar n?e a deputation to Mr. Hughes, ? after his arrival on conscription, Sasked the council to appoint a lege.--While the council is tanimously in favor of conscription, ,wa not deemed advisable to send a letatCe. \V. A. Leash wrote urging that the wd hills on the main Paignie-Wal up road, between blocks 38 and 41, ignie, be ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Federal Income Tax Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Federa' Inceme Tax Re= turns. The following inform tion has been received by a ical enquirer from the i-deral autho',tiss, und is of int~eres to Lazm ers geerally :--"In their re turns for the financial yur all farm eqs should show the face value of the certificates lurnisbed to them by the Australian W\het Board, during the year ended 30 6.1916, as sales. The oalanue of value between the face a-lue of the certificates, and the mar ket value of the wheat at ~0 6.1916, should he shown in the return as the value of crain on hand at that date. WVheu a turther advance, or balance of accounnt of sile is received from the Soard, both should be returned as a sale during the year in which it was received. A farmer, unless it is part of his business to deal in horses, should not include his working horses as stock on hand at the beginning and end of the taxation period. As stated by you, they should be treated as part of the plant of the business."

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MY LADY LITTLE E. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

MY LADe 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 nenter, and Say "she" instead of -'it." "Oh. you don't know the Little E," The other man 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 man, the Little E Is so expensive--See ?" -A. W. BEER. Robinson and Co's. representative, Ouyen.

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Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Farmers' e ioa There is no slacking o f thusiasm in the formation b of the Victorian Iartners ji advertisement elsewhere in t notifies a series of meetiugstn l; along the line tomorrow 'ad , and although the notice s. believe the farmers are [ully the necessity for united acti'on P. G. Stewart, the district orI is a farmer himsel, and thcr ." a position to speak to rfarmz lowing on the meetings this ' goes to Sea Lake and on to ? tang, so is getting over some in his mission of spreading th paganda. The preliminary conrerec. c I lee branches to decide j i:.o tion at the big conference ; week at Melbourne, is to h.1 Ouyen on Thursday, 6;h. S:,i It is anticipated :E:n ov-cr 5i es will be representfed a: ... conference, and in that casq i iibatationu should b .c sound decision.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

F OR SALIE.-Sin good quality well 1grown two year old heifers heavy 1 in calf, one with calf at foot.--WV. Ing wersen, Ouyen. OR Sale.--Good Jeesey Coow in full milk. Price ".6. Apply D. P. _roshie, Onven. RUIT For Sale.--Best Eating and 1 Cooking Apples at 2/6 a case on Harcourt station. Orders receive prompt attention. Cases to be retnrned. Cash with order.-Robt. Portwine, Harcourt. L OST. Well bred blue GREYHOUND Finder rewarded on return to J. P. Britt, Onyen. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, I/6. NOTICE.-Tenders for alteration to and addition to dwelling. Tenders returnable not later than 15th August, 1916. Specifications and work may be inspected at my house up to that date. D. Fuller, Onyen. W ANTED.--Tenders tor fallowing 200 acres-more or less, on block one mile from Onyen, known as Umbers' Block. Tenders returnable on 25th July. L. CORaNEmrIUS, C/o Onyen Hotel, Ouyen. W ANTED.-Price for rolling. Par ticulars from A. J. M'Intosh, Simpson-st., Kyneton...

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Advertise. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Advertise. There was an old geezer and ha had lots of sense; He started up a business on a dollar eighty-cents-the dollar for stock and the eighty for an ad., Brought him three lovely dollars a day, by gad! Well, he brought more goods and alittle more space, And he played that system with asmile on his face, The customers flocked to histwo-by-four, And soon he had to hustle for a regular store. Up on the square, where the people pass, He gobbled np a corner that was all plate glass, He fixed up the windows with the best that he had, And he told them all aboutitina full page ad. He soon had 'em coming and he never, never quit, And he wouldn't cut down on his ads., one jit. Well, he's kept things humping in the town eversince, And everybody calls him the Merchant Prince: Some say it's nluck, but that's all bunlk Why, he was doing business when the times were punk, People have to purchase, and the geezer was wise For he knew the way to get 'em was to odvertise.

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CARWARP BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

CARWA RP Br.x-C. The above braunch his + ea, following office bearers ito : term :-Presideut, Mr. ' 2~ secretary (pro tew .), Vc.-. A. i treasurer, Mr. A. CUm;e; ;. respondent, Mr. P. G. S:::. the next meeting (Lsur,, d ;: diicussion will t ke pie : - question of dissolving t~e ,ssociation and wu- ,.! part into the Union. I s e:., that the existence of tLu ,.;.: me~ans overleppin?g. Ia v.:: or two neumbers coc:,ii:rl. rz:n set~tlers being "low.. ship, Mr. Steewart move2 ':: lo; be takeu to decide ,' . . ou!Sion of Messrs. C. J.- Westendorf. "fe moti? ' to, aond on a ballob-buig :..:I vosing was: For expusi, I.4 aiust, 14. On the resiult r:: clared, Mr. WVestendu;ri tbhat Stew~art for bringing tihe mi:::: ward *iu such a manlyck wy; kuew now where they stccd. Joseh concurred, and said uiw: tiers they should all pull my? F'or the Agenda Paper at coL~de the following motions were ar That the V..U. upholds thi .:: pie of a White Australia, and f?t more urges that no colored pea granted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

HERE YU AREB! SYou annot Better These, And We Offer Them For iugust Only. ( . ":-" -':, ;- . t?.o.?(. ' Baking Powder, Ib. tin (White Rose)' :fgr;' Corn Flour, lb. pkts. 5/ > Ca~dies (Electrine) Ib. pkts. 9/3 Cu"rrants (New season's)lbs. 8/9 " Rie-, hs. 3/3 Sago, ibs. ;/l1 T"apioca, lbs. 4/3 Bcs PFEaked Oatmeal Is. 9d- 7 lb Bag. We have aw a Large Stock of Tinned Fish on hand, anc~ ealn sell at Lowest Prices ftbr Cash. Best IRed Saimonilb. tins 1i! •iresh Hlerrinlgs 11/3 =-ip; .ered. H ?rrings, I t H -errings in Sauce 11/ ardcines, ½)b. tins 8/9 Best Brtcnds Torr.ato .Sra.ice, Large BoLttIes, -__- Is 3d per EDcz. - ALL ~RENCES OF giMOPNMOBGERY ON HaiAND AT LOWEST PRi~ES. B.EN. KEr, C-EINERPL MEBRI?tANT, OUYEN. Coriey Bros - -- PTY. LTD. FrAMVOUS . . - _ -/_ __I ~JINKERS, BUGGIES, CAIRTS, WAGGONS, HARNPESS LIGHT and HEAVY. BEST VALUES OFFERED. Write For Catalogue. 187 Queen-st., Melbourne. Works, Richmond S. S[omnmoneatb i, 'aukanoutraIia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. o a. General Banking B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

6geSERS, DRAPERS, IRONMleNGERS, MEWRJANTS, AND COMM1SSION 1 ND Milm 1I4NERY AGENTS. BETS - & - ILLESP1S,. Opposite Post Office, =-- Oke Street, Ouyen. SHE1WEST = AND = BEST - IN = ALL - LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF -ARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHLNERY. DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. fto(WE-ST., OUYEN. S G. OIA laESPIE, PRODU"~I ~ "CE MERCPIANT.~L~~ KEEA BUY R &GENE AL GKENT OKE-ST., OUYEN. WCiAl ASSIGNEE. Comrmisasimner of the Siupremi Cnirt of Victoria for taking Atfidavit~i LOANS ARRANGED FOR. A fiul st'cck of all Machinery advt Dnplicatec kept at onr showrooms. INSPECTION CORDIALLY IYVITED. BLLISON BROS., TPLORS ND fUJTFITTEl3 S, Thu.~ 24ND INSP3T O NEW STOCK. :• .. A. CALDOW & CO., (AUCT'ION EsERi.) LPS7Z 3TOK, & LENAL CH AGENT, F'AK:IELL-ST.. OUVEN. SW:t3 8TDUCTED IN MY PA2T OF THE STATE. L. KENNEDY, BLACK!SMvITH 1& OKE-ST., OUYEN. W?HEELWalHT, ,' Stripper Combs a Spe .cilbty. rven Buggy Wheels Tyted To Ptrfection...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 2 August 1916

Local and General. Our Carwarp correspondent sends the gld tidings of 59 points of rain for the week, with crops looking well, although a bit rank on the heavy ground. Although not a great deal of time is to spare before nomination day, there does seem to be much excite ment over the shire elections. For the East riding of Walpeup shire,Cr. Glen announces his intention to seek reelection, but for the West no one has comne forward for Cr. Wiltshire's seat. We have heard several names mentioned, but there is nothing defi nite about anyof them. Probably by next week someone will have made up his mind, and it is as well to re member that Monday, 14th. inst., is nomination day. There doesn't seem to be much prospect of a contest in either riding, hbut one never knows. Residents had a splendid view of the annular eclipse of the sun on appropriately enough--Sunday. The sky was clear of clouds right through the spectacle, and the only disap pointment was that totality did not occur here. We...

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