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Ouyen Caledonian Society. GATHERING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 16 August 1916

Ouyen Caledonian Society. GATHERING TO BE HELD. The heavy downpour on Saturday evening interfered with the a:ten dance at the meeting convened to, discuss the advisability of reformiog the Ouyen Caledonion Society. Still some 15 or 16 put in an appearance, and the proceedings were most e,.' thusiastic throughou'. Mr. Caldow explained that ci.vni, to the various detrimental cause:, th· old society was now prac;ic:ally dei funuc. Thb one gatheting belI proved a great success, and should the mee'ing decide on getting a start again, errors at that time could uaw be avoided. Mr. L. M'Rae, senior chieftain oi the old society, was voted to tha chair, and. said he was assured that if the society was resuscitated, they wouid get solid support on air sides. On the motion of Messrs. W. Oke and W. J. Davie, it was unanimously decided to reform the Ouyen Cile donian Society, Mr. R. A. Caldao being elected secretary at a remuner anion of 5 per cent. on the gross re ceipts. For the position of Chi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 16 August 1916

HERB YOU ARB! You cannot Better These, And We Offer Them Fosr @SH Only. * box. Bakling Pwde5r, . tin (White Rose) 13;G Corn Flour, lb. pkts. "/ Candles (Electrine) lb. pkts. 9.'S Currants (New seasolns) Ths. 8; Rice, lbs. 3/3 Sago, Is /1 Tapioca, lbs. 4/-3 Best Flaked Oatmeal Is. 9d- 7 lb Bag, We have Inow a Large Stock of Tinned Fish on hand, ancd can sell at Lowest Prices for Cash. Best Red Sahnon lb. tins 1i1 Fresh Herrings 11;S Kippered Herrings, 11I,' Herringts in Sauce 11/ ardinTes, ;db. tins 8/9 Best Brards Tormato Sauce, Large Bottles, 1- s a3d per Doz. - ALL BR~Y~HES OF IliONMONCGERY ON HAND AT LOWEST PRICES. EN. E, GENERAL MBEReA-NT, OUYEN, offey Bros - PTY. LT D. IFAM OUS - .. ..___ JIlNKERS, --UG--ES, CARTS, WAGGONS, iHARNESS LIGIT and HEAVY.. 'BEST VALUES z OFFERED. WPrite For Catalogue.I 187 Queen-st., Ielbourn.e. Works, Richmond S. uomonvcath Jxiankz o1ltraiia HEAD OFFICE . SYDHEY. I "?, General Banking Business .,,,i, I Cities and Towns of Australia. London, Tldworth...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 16 August 1916

GRGERiS, DRAPERS, IRONMINGERS, MERCHHNTS, ANID Q2lIS5I3N ARN TAHINERY AGENTS. \ROBERTS = & G JLLESP I Opposite Post Office, "s a-·na Oke Street, Ouyen,... HAPBST - ND = BEST = IN ALL = LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LIEADING MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHIXERY. DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. 10WE-ST., OUYEN. Liz GlJLkLSPPIE,1 nKEAT 3BU'SER& G 2EAJLZ AGENT OKE-ST., OUYEN. FICIAL ASSIGNEE. Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Victoria for saking Affidavits. LOANS ARRANGED FOR. A f?dJ tock of all Machinery and Duplicates kept at our showroeem INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. LLISRN BRDOS., TRILORS AND OUTFITTERS, ROWE=ST., OUYEN. aLL AND INSPECT OUR NEW STOeK. . A. CALDOW & GCO=, (AUCTIONEE:- .) MD, STOCK, & GENERAL GOMUiSS10A AGENT, FARRELL-ST.. OUYEN. SALES CONDUCTED I~ ANY PART OF THE STATE. L. KE~NEDY, L;CKSMITH & OKE-ST., OUYEN. IfEELWilGHT, Stripper Combs a Spe ecialty. ea Bgy Wheels Tyred To Perfeofion. Guaranteed Not To Diabs...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 16 August 1916

IN DIEIMORIAM.I STEWART.-In memory of our friend, I'te. J. A. Stewart, Sth. Light Horse, who w-as killed in action Sth. August, 1915, at Lonesome Pine. Australia called to her brave lads, Called them in honor's name: Jim gave his life for his country, That's how he played the game. He has done his best along with the rest, _?d marched with the brave old boys; Inscribe his name on the scroll of fame As one of Australia's best. --Inserted by his sorrowing friends, Mr. and 3frs. Nalty, 11alpeup.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail WEDNES., AUG. 16, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 16 August 1916

WEDNES., AUG. 16.1916. Local and General. At Nunga Hall on Thursday week last, an enthusiastic welcome home was given to PTe. W. Eastwell,whose health broke down while at the front. There was a fine crowd present, and the soldier must have felt that his ef- forts to uphold our grand heritage of freedom found appreciation among those who knew him. Its grand to come back after doing your little bit, and it is a memory which will be prized for ever. As might be expected, the recent big fighting in France and Egypt was productive of a large number of casu- alties among the Australians. Two Ouyen soldiers are included, these being Jim Mills and Harry Waters. No details are available, but both sol- diers report themselves as doing well. Another casualty is Pte. A. (Fred) Charters, who enlisted from Woome- lang. On Friday night next, the Ouyen branch of the Victorian Railways Union will hold a smoke social at the Public Hall. Among the visitors will be Senator M'Kissock and Mr. Hickey, the...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Needs Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

Needs Inquiry. Mr. Thomas Campbell, Walpeup. writes in reply under date 21st inst : Sir, I desire to express myself in re feirnce to the Walpeup pound our writer of last week's issue alluded to. I do not intend to voice a whole ring, only myself. I have been tor mented beyond endurance with some cattle and horses, and from past ex perience, h is high time one did some thing. I yarded these cows the other day, but not before advising the owner that he could have them by paying trespass, this he refused to do. From eirlier incidents (re yarding) found me more careful. In the small hours of the following morning, thanks to my dog, I was fortunate in arriving at the gate in time to save my patent fastener, which, however, stood the cautious but deliberate on slaught of two desperate night dea lers, splendidly. This is the second time I have interested these sleep disturbers. Detain them till the police arrived would be good enough for them, but, if only a dog, give him a sporting chance...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

Children Will Take Cold.-Children always taking cold but Chamberlain's agq IRenedy'always quickly cures them. [ziim cases of croup and whooping cough lit this remedy is most valued. Mothers deronpy children know it can be relied pon for quick relief. It liquities the aph nmcus of whooping cough, making iesier to expectorate and renders the carysms of coughing less frequent and cere. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is ate for the youngest and most delicate lId. Sold by all storekeepers. Take \o Substitute. --It is important it the public shouid *ee that they get asn'lerlain's Conul. Remedy and not sIomIe snbsitute sold for the sake of a prolitl No notice should be taken anlerhaiji insinnations. Chamberlain's ltuh Renedya hlas stood ine test for more b~o forty years and can be depended k. It iL sold everywhere. Settlers 'vill be pleased to know ~t the marauding kangaroos may adestroyed and the skins disposed through the Vermin Destraction Lrd. The close season is from 1st iatry to 30th Jun...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmer's Union. OUYEN BRAN H. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

Farmer's Union. OUYEN BRAN H. There was an attendance of ovar 40 members at a meeting of the above body on Saturday, and the volume of business got thronuh proves the keen interest taken. Correspondence was read from Tempy and Turriff branches promi sing co-operation in the mattrer of contesting the legality of the Yelta Railway Trust rate. It was consi dered advisable to let matters stand pending the appeal by the shire coun cil to Parliament to have the rate written off. In this connectiona reply was received from the Premier stating that the returns showed that the price paid for the necessary land was really less thain estimated, so it conld not have been exorbitant. This answer did not satisfy the mem bers, and the Premier will be asked to state the area purchased, and it will be easy to work out the average for what was mostly virgin country at the time. To support the shire council, on the motion of Messrs Metcalf and Goodrewn, it was decided to petition Parliament to write t...

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 — 23 August 1916

oayen and District SoIl diers' Fpnd. The following promised donations bae been paid, ani the secretary oill be pleased to receive all unpaid pomises: Amount previously acknowledged: £81 3 6

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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TURRIFF BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

TURRIFE' BRANCH. A meeting of the Turrif branchi A held on 11th inst., wheo mrauy uo U questions on notice for inclusi: the Agenda Paper were held our A, ing to want of time. The (i!scus turned principally on corn1am:: matters, with the result mewthrs now discussing orderin.g bags rs jointly. A motion of interest that: meeting carried was that the cen:t council be instructed to secure a hr room for the Melbourne confehcre so that other farmers besidos Ede, tes can be present as spec:ators that they may obtain some eauciti on the aims and objects of the Unia

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

&. BISiEY. PTY. LITJ1i8D . MILDURI. rj' nm3EllvBER I~R ON ALL BUILDING NATER IAL SUPPLIED Oni SnORTEST NOTICE. State fAccident Insuranice Office. Workers' eompensation Fartners wouid be Wel' w1';ised to in 1uire before taking out policies. This office charges 1o.w Rates. an& Policy Holders particilpate in the Profits. Onyen Agency.-tIAIi. OFFICV. J. GREATZ, Fparreli Street, OUY EN. Vruitreer, Gte±nogrocer, nz:d Aeratt- X1ater aItrnu facturer. Fre-d Fr:Jit a:;d Yep.-tablese Alway -022 11212.- Cool Dir iks. (1arendon (e1lle1e BALLAERAT. 1Ž.N e nit: 2:. n:.-ir *w 're.' '.1Ž22:1: (.ir- '1Žey BUDXI;)ING aN)) AND DA CiY i 1. App'r"ve shloo~l for IGov~ernmenti~ -cholar~ 1'2lrin1Lp.d: Mi-- Crumpii \ 221Ž- rincipla: 2i1:ts. Ida Crumop, '.i . \ ht e.'- l t: - ho r-. Sin2gitng 12211 *\ il T1 '"in : I Dron Piauo: Ai-s Alabel Crump 31:-C.A..T. L.. Mr. Lwawe;e I ::22l'' ,n1 (2ip l1122ict2 od Leip-ic Corh.) l Ir. frunl'e. X12.-- e i l 7Phy.-'iced Tnin.:tingr Depa·rtmntan Dn J;L¾.NI...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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YATPOOL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

S YATPOOL BKANCII. At the last meeting of the ah'.b there was a fair attendance. Caore pundenze from OuyeC, re 'Yel. rail way rate, Walpeup re l:and t:ix, ac SG:i!;h ra wvater mtecs, w;s- re-iir an?d no action taken. In t':e i.:tte of freight on mallee roots, it v;'!s 0. cidtd to urge on the Comiiiiu'iouor to revert to the rate ruling duiug the drought. For the Ouyen conferec the secretary and Mr. A. M'tie wer I appointed delegates. Fic the Age di Paper for the Melbourue confer ence, the fdllowirg, tuoions will b submitted :- Eoemy alireus jot to admitted as members, and a:ll suce at present members to be expelled that the Union be includen in tne liis of wheat buyers; that the Wheal Board be urged to pay another divi. dend in November; that each State electorate have a district council tC be composed of delegates from bran ches in such electorate; that the aai nual conference consist of delegates from such electorate councils; tbh of the annual subscription of 10/, 3) go to the bra...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertise. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

Advertise. ere was an old geezer and ha had lots of sense : started up a business on a dollar eighty-cents the dollar for stock and the eighty for an ad., 'right him three lovely dollars a day, by gad! Tel, he brought more goods and a little more space, 61 he played that system with a smile on his face, Thecastomers flocked to histwo-by-four, 1 soon he had to hustle for a regular store. Opon the square, where the people pass, gobbled up a corner that was all plate glass, fixed up the windows with the best that he had, '1 he told them all about it in a full page ad. soon had 'em coming and he never, never quit, bhe wouldu't cut down on his ads., one jit. eell, he's kept things humping in the town eversince, everybody calls him the Merchant Prince: say it's luck, but that's all bunk y, he was doing business when the times were punk, ple have to purchase, and the geezer eas wise- r he knew the way to get 'em was to odvertise.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

overseas Tobacco Fand. To the above fund we have to ack dledge the following donabDons: 10 5 0 ronkin . 02 0 8Bth(week!y) ... O 1 0 S3Lenan O 2 0 Ingwersen, tobacco and cigarettes 010 j.T. .. 010 D Piant 0 2 6 An Appeal. The promises already received by be Rev. G. E. Downton and M r. 1ail, an the matter of additional seas to be put under wheat for the .neti of our soldiers when they re 25fron helping to crush the Hun, tre as follow : previously acknowledged :-168 Acres. F. Duthie ... 4 a. Perkins 2 a Weir -- 2 SVines 3 iPenny *- *

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

HERB YOEU ARB! You eannot Better These, lAnd We Offer Them For ei'SHsi Only. Iioz. Baking Powder. lT. tin (White Rose) 13 6 Corn Flour, Ith pkts. 5 3 Candles (Elcetrine) lb. pkts. Currants (New season's) lbs.' Rice, lbs. 3 Sago, Ibs. 1 TajpIocea1, S. 4/-3 Best Flkakcd Oatmeal s. 9d. 7 Ilb B~a We have now a Lar1c Stock of Tinned FishI on hand, antd cnu sell ;:t Lowest Prices Iijr Cash. Best Red Salnon lb. tins 1l1; Fresh Herrings 11:3 Kippered Hlcrrings, 1ii! H1errings ini Sauc& 11i Sar~dinies, (16. tints 8/9> Best Er~ar-ds Tom~.iato Sauce, Large Bottlefs,, -- 12s 3d per Doz. - I1LL BRANGHES OF IRONMONGERY ON RAND AT LOWEST PRIOES. BEN. OKE, GENERAL MEReHART, OUYEN, Coffey Bros ------PTY. LTD. FAMVOUS - . - . JIl9KERS, U7GGIES, CARTS, WAGGONS, EARNESS~ LIGHT and HEAyY. 3BEST YALUES OFFERED. Write For CaLataogue. IS7 Queen-st. Mtelbouuie. Works, Richlmni.~id S. Commornvcat ,, J (ank Ilustm aia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY.f fr all Generaul Business ,- the Cities and Towns of Australi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

GRO)ERS, DRWPERS, INMeN ERS, MEREHRNTS, iND eOMMISSION 2iND MA11HINEiRY 1GiENTS. Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, Ouyen. CHEAPEST = BED = BST =S T = LL = AL LINES. AGEYTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARMt JMPLEMEXTS AND MACHINERY. __ 0OE RAPER, GROCER, R KNMONGER, BOOT RETA1LER, ETC. ROXWE-STI OUYEN. *t . OIIt..ESPIE, PODUCE 2HECPIANT. OKE-ST., OUYEN. FICLl L 'S--'ILEE. Courzumi oner or thie Suxprern cort or Xictoria fo r t:tkirng Afiidavitz. LOANS ARRANGED FOR. A illil ste ck of all Machinery ard Dnplicates kept at onr showrooins. INSPECTION CORI)IALLY IN VYLED. BLLISON BROS., TFRILORS AN OTFlITTERS, ROWE=ST., (IJOYEN. RLiL ?AND INSPECT eUR NEW STOeK. R, A. CALDOW & CO., ( A CT[ION EER LA:, S3T3 C, & CENERAL UMMfIlNI ss AdENT, FARRELL-ST.. OUYEN. SALES CONUCTED IN ANiY PART O7 THE STATE. L. KENNEDY, *LACKLxc11T & OKE-ST., OUYEN. HE[fELWInluHT, K Stripper Combs a Spe aciltv. t1 Buggy Wheels Tyred To.Perfection. Guarantezd Not To Dish. 0uCEs. C~LSp~JGtiSCPi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murrayville Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

Murrayviile Mems. Mr. Ford, the popular Methodist missionary, had a narrow escape from serious injury last week. When re turning to futrayville, in company with twro young ladies, nesring the town, the jinker struck a rut and Mr. ford went out suddenly, falling in front of a wheel, which went over his leg. As he went out he took the reins with him, but unfortunately didn't hold them, and straightaway the horse lit out for the distant horizon. The ladies, either from fright or coolness (or perhaps they knew the horse), sat in the vehicle until the Melbourne Cup speed slackened, and then one of them (Miss Evans) jumped out, secu red the reins, and turned the horse's head to return for their escort. The reverend gentleman was duly met on the track, painfully limping along. Although badly bruised and shaken, no bones were broken, and congratu lations were mutual on the escape the trio. The rainfall for August to Monday was 198 points, making a total for the year of 80S inches. Everyone ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ouyen Mail WEDNES., AUG. 23, 1916. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 23 August 1916

%%VEDNES., AUG. 23, 1916. Local and General. Our Woornack correspondent writes that a meeting of ratepayezs was held at the resiJenca of Mr. J. A. Smith on Thursday night. Mr. A. Stasinowsky was voted to the chair and spoke at some length on the ne cessity of iepairing the xoad running west from Nungs siding. It was de cided that no action be taken regar ding the piece of road which the council agreed to have done at a cost of L1S unless that body was prepared to spend a larger amount and repair several other places which is necessary to make the road pas sable. Messrs Stasinowsky, R. Loc kett and T. Farrell were appointed to wait on the council and explain the position. The patriotic football match on Wednesday jast was a successful function, the collection amounting to £5 14,6, which the ladies of the Red Cross committee appreciate. Ouyen district team went oif with a rush and scored 6.4 before the visitors raised a flag, but from that out the game was much more interesting, and t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

An Appeal. Tile promises already received by the Rev. G. E. Downton and Mr. Hall, in the matter of additional areas to be put under wheat for the benefit 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 .. 6

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

everseas Tobacco Fand. To the abcre fund we have to ack nowlkdge the following dopations: £ s D" 10 5 0 T.Tonkin ... O 2 0O A Bob (weekly) ... 0 1 0 Jas. M'Lean ... 0 2 0 Mrs. Ingwersen, tobacco and cigarettes J..T. ... 0 1 0O D. Pianta ... 0 2 6 A. Griffith, 0 2 O

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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