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Tempy Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Temny Topics. The local branch of the Farmers' Union will send delegates to the con ference of Mallee branches to be held at Ouyen on Tuesday next. Just as well to have an exchange of opinions when there are so many identical in terests to be settled. Such of our farmers as are sending wheat away at the present time are calling the Government nasty names. All they are getting in return is a receipt for part of their old account. And, the farmers will doubtless be pleased to learn, the millers are still obtaining the wheat they require to give the Kwang andn all his relations cheap bread at considerably below the market parity. The weather proved very unkind for the visit of the Ouyen footballers on Monday. Possibly the same wea ther accounted for the absence of a number of the good sports of the On yen team. Only 13 of those chosen faced the elements, and the team had to be completed on theground. The substitutes proved quite equal to the task, and the home team suffered de feat by ...

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

A' T' GALEDO IA SOOJETIY, COND RAN' GATHERI N' X 1 iI I ~r e1d.cto t~he O-ay'e~n. Ra eco nse on~ gE)., OCTg s~a's Ticket, admitting member, wife and frmily up to 10 years of age, 5s. Amission to Ground Is. CUIEF, MIr. L.. M'Rae; CHIEFFAINS. Messrs. W. Steele, ('. Harris, and W. Oklie : CJOUJ(1L,. Messrs. W.- J. Daie. 6. :rown, . Smith, S. 3M'Lean, . hlackie, W. A. Ritchie, V. Gillespie, .iJas 'Lean, and L M'Lean; Treasurer, Mr. W. D. Mitchell; Audit-rs, Messrs. Davie and t.illespie. J UDGE, MV?9. John ,iVILen~-nan, Bang?ena. UISD PhOCESSION, headed by the Pipe Band, starting from the intersection of Farrell and Mitchell-sts. at so am. sharp. SPROG R V. - 'PI -NG, . (OPEN.) IBROCH.. First, -5; Second, £2; Third, 20s. Entry 4s. BARHES. First, £2 ; Second, £1; Third, 10s. Entry 2/6. TRATHSPEYS and REELS. First, (2; Second, £L; Third, 10s. Entry 2/6. LOCAL (within a radius of 130 miles). IBROCH. First, 30s.; Second. l0s.; Third, 5s. Entry 2s. LARCHES. First, 20s.; Second, 10ls.; Third, ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

I il _IL _lI b_ _ CLYDESOAILE STALLION DICK HAMILTON1 nt'reI iii irirek -tirting nerrrer tI i- tinrc ni 1- *tl () rkhrtirzrt OK-~i ;tag? in dletea:ii ii.; ";I 1t t.r>-l\;i. 6ratiti -re, a i.-tir r (3t i I N.Z. . winni-:er t over fr i-y Fir.n ;alu C.ihami.piOn riz.-s in Vi.toria : - gr.cnlsire Al;ul'ride, 29S7. C'.S j.. im.p. : g *- r:ari.ire %Matigrew. 4i-, one ot the greate -t prize ai lr' niiiunli taker- amnd prize.-'t"ock .getters in wrb-'id in hi, cay. EHe i- the wi:.i .nr .t t.' 1.. Kir-cndri.al-t prv nium flive v.ears- ii : scct-eir-i. i :i - i. il lrother 1,) tih- fsln ;:l- ':!:mil;w ,.i, w.-;; w;s seaid for :;0: 0 glit- wl, t en -iear old : gg y ';gral .:.-ire I>;uinly. -2t2. won -iecvi niriz at t . Iligh.:tul r ei ,ty' so-w ir ll'7:i. tlii. ;lasgow premiuim in1 1874; anoi 1S77. hr.t prize at 11dh ilurg. in ns'.., and chlii. 'nii cup :i t I)li frierl- in IS7-, ;ecorini I ize at lhe ir ial siw:-w. Kil lirn. in 1879. lir-r prize :ia lRoyal show, , phr ile, int 18i yrt li...

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Ouyen Caledonian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Ouyen GCaledonian Society. There was a good attendance at the usual meeting of the council of the above Society on Thursday night, Chief M'Rae presiding. The secretary of Pinnaroo Agricul tural Society wrote stating he had noticed by the MAIL that the gather ing had been fixed for October 18, the day of their show, and suggested a postponement for a fortnight.-As it had already been decided to put the gatherin' forward a week, the letter was received, and Pinnaroo will be advised of the action to avoid un neihborly clashing. Disapproving of the holdiui of a gathering at this juncture, Mr. R. Coustley resigned his position on the council of the Society, and Mr. R. Smith was appointed to fill the va carpy. For the day, the secretary wars ins tructed to arrange for a special train from Murrayville, the extension to Pinoaroo depending on the measure of support guaranteed from over the border. The secretary reported having re ceived a generous offer from Mr. P.J. Nancarrow to do all the ...

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

Turriff Trumps. At a meeting of the local branch of the V.F U. on Saturday, the atten dance was below the average, the weather doubtless accounting for this. A protest agsinst the action of the Lands department claiming due por tion of seed wheat and fodder advan ces out of the sixpenny dividend is being sent to the heads. Messrs. Buchanan and Chamberlain were ap pointed as delegates to the Onyen conference on Tuesday next. The following questions of politic;l impor tanie were carried for inclusion in the'Agenda Paper :-Appointment of a farmer on the Wheat Board; Uni fication; Education; Governmens in surance; appointment by the Union of h:ditors for the Wheat Pool books; farmers in need to be paid the whole of the sixpenny dividend.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Shire Council Election. MR. MANNING RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Shire Council Election. ------- MR. MANNING RETURNED. West riding ratepayers did not wildly excited over the question gt4' who their representative was to be The roll shows nearly 600 votes s' considerably less than half of th. were polled. So little interest, indeed is shown at some of the booths that the council is certain to consider the necessity of scooomisong by closin,, one or more of the existing booths. Owing to the unfortunate oversight in the matter of Mr. Anderson's ncrm ination, the contest resolved itself in to a duel between Messrs. J. P. lan ning and J. Wilson. The latter was. handicapped by not only a severe ill ness, but an attack launched at the last hour, thus preventing reply or rebuttal. This attack was in the form of a letter written to at least one progress association stating that Mr. Wilson is such a rank Laborite that if elected, he would refase to sit with the two other representatives of the riding. We hold no brief for tha defeated candidate, but as he ...

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

Ae No Substitute.--It is important le public should pee that they get frlain's Conih Remedy andi not 4oe subs.titul:e sold for the sake of . rolit! No notice should be taken h?hnd insinuations. Chamberlain's 45nleily has stood mne test for rmre 7?t years and can be dlepended Shi5 sold everywhere, For Bronchial Conughs, take WVoods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. More Wonderful Still.--Vhen you burn or scald yourself all that is necessary is to apply Charnberlain's Pain B:alm. This liniment gives immediate relief, also heals the part in one thlird the time taken by any other application; but what is more wonderful still is that there is seldom any scar left after hLtmlherlain Pain Balm is used. Sold qy all storekeepers. Death removed two of our resi dents last week. The first was Pie. Ivie Crosbie, who died at the Base Hospiral; Melbourne, after a protrac ted illness. He was well known in the Ouyen district, and we gloried in his action in jining the colors. The eecond death was that of...

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

Rdvertise. 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 a littIe more space, And he played that system with a smile on his face, The customers flocked to his two-by-four, And soon he had to hustle for a regular store. Up on the square, where the people pass, He gobbled up a corner that was all plate glass, He fixed up the windows 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 he wouldn't cut down on his ads., one jit Well, he's kept things humping in the town ever since, And everybody calls him the 3Ierchant Prince: Some say it's uInck, but that's all bunk 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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Orange Blossoms. COONEY—THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Orange Blossoms. COONEY-THOMAS. A wedding which attracted a good deal of local attention, was celebrated at the Roman Catholic Church, On yen, on 29th July. The contracting parties were James W., second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooney, of Cambrian Hill, Ballarat, and Dorothy Margaret, youngest daughter of Mrs. Thomas, Walpeop. The Rev. Father Kelly performed the ceremony, and the large assemblagenof fiends at the church evinced keen interest. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her brother, Mr. Jack Thomas, was becomingly attired in a dove co lored costume, with satin trimming, and wore a handsome velvet hat with lancer plume, and in lieu of the con vential bouquet, carried a prayer book. The bridesmaid, Miss Mamie Hayes, Paignie, was smartly dressed in a navy serge costume, with violet silk hat, and wearing the bridegroom's gift of a gold brooch. The best man was Mr. Les. Cooney, and he acted the part as if he rather enjoyed it. The bridegroom's present to the bride wa...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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What The Farmer Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

I, The Farmer Wants. P Up" writes from Tempy, an ftinent matter :-Sir,--l re to the fo-matzon of the Victorian e°j Union, might I be permit ?eneroich on your space with a observations. The country has h disadvantages of residence in backblocks, with not one of the tages of city life. No technical l (nor primary either very often, zcockie puts up a building him to ,ive toe country children the Itiou procurable at a small cost e ety. Few doctors in case me ,id is required. Fewsocialad ges, beyond the ocaasional hop ttune of the old 'cordeen; not (in the Mallee) opportunity for ,dl ,lss. Instead, we have a nment generous with the coun ihare; gredy for itself and the .where the votes are. Samples :ie ellin, of the wheat crop by ji city tirms for the Victorian rrnient, with a profit of more elcultntion without any out of epital. The farmer, on the r ian?, ,ets 7/6 per bag for so Sre;p;in and carting, with an lircf 5/ for seed, 4/ plowing, 2/ lig,, 2,;G manure, 3/ stripping, 2/ ir.i-', 4/...

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Ouyen and District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Onyen and District Sol diers' Fund. The follcwing promised donations' have beeu paid, ani the secretary will he pleased to receive all unpaid promises: Amount; previously acknowledged: £81 3 6;

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Ouyen Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Couyen Police Court. At the above court on Wednesday, Messrs. Rowe and Pickering, J's. P., occupied the Bench, Verdicts were given for overdue rates against Mrs. Cresp for £7 3/10, W. Chesterfield, £5 6/1l; J. T. How ard, £12 14/6; J. H. Grace, £9 10/9; F Bannon, £10 8/9; W. F. Harper, £11 10/5; M. Mellington, £14 2/7; J. J. Boom, £7 18/11. P. F. Hayes was granted a carrier's licence. (His advt. appears in another column.) An interpleader case occupied the court for a considerable time. This was Mitchell and Co., Ppty., v. P. F. LeCouteur (Mrs. LeCouteur claim ant). Mr. Park appeared for the judgment creditor, and Mr. Walter for the claimant. Mr. Waiter quoted authorities to prove that an arrangement between husband and wife regarding the trans fer of articles for a consideration, need not be ragistered. Claimant swore that she paid the bills on their date, and the agreement (produced), making the articles in question over to her was the consider ation. The bench considered it advis...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

HBRB YOSU ARBI You cannot Better These, ALnd We Offer Them For SAS-i Only. LDoz. Baking Powder, lb. tin (White Rose) 13/6 Corn Flour, lb. pkts. 5/3 Candles (Electrine) Ib. pkts. 9/3. Currants (New season's) lbs. Rice, lbs. 3/3. Sago, Ibs. 1 fTapioca, lbs. 4/' Best Flaked Oatmeal Is. 9d. 7 lb Bag; We have now a Large Stock of Tinned Fish on hand, and can sell at Lowest Prices for Cash. Best Red Salmon lb. tins 11, Fresh Herrings 11/3 Kippered Herrings, 11/ Herrings in Sauce 11/ Sardines, Ilb. tins .8/9 Best Branrds Tomato Sauce, Large Bottles~, ------ 12s cd per Doz. RLL BRANC?ES OF IRONMONGERY ON HIRND AT LOWEST PRIeES. BEN. OKE, GENERAL MEReHANT, OUYEN. Coffey Bros - --PTY. LTD.- - FAMOUS . . . . , _ JINKERS, BETJGGIES, CARTS, iWAGOONS, HARNESS LIGHT and HEAVY. BEST VALUES OFFERED. Write For Catalogue. 187 Queen-st., Melbourne. Works, Richmond S. 2ommoiiwcaltb . J~auk-ustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. I ',o General Banking Business A'A", ip Cities and Towns of Australia. London. Tldwort...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

SERS, DRAPERS, IRONMONSERS Tim m TS, HND GOMMIS N HINY AGENTS. QROBERT - & GILLBSPIB.A Opposite Post Office, aOke?---- Street, Ouyen.. e EAPBST = AND - BEST - IN A-- LL LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING -MAKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. DRAPE R, GROCER, IRONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. oWE-ST., OUYEN. *. m. GILhESPIE, PRODJUCE ?I?VIR CI-NT. EZAT BUYER& GENERAL AGEN'IT OKE-ST., OUYEN. ICIAL ASSIGNEE. Commissioner of thle Supreme C(urmrt of Victoria fo r taking Affildavits.. LOANS ARRANGED FOR. A inl stcck of all Machinery and Duplicates kept at our showrooms. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. ELLISON BR S., TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, ROWE=ST., SUYEN. ALL AND INSPECT OUR NEW STOeK. R. A. OALDQW 0 0O., LAID, STOCK, & CEIERAL C9MMISSlNd ACENT, FAXRRELL-ST. OU'EN. SALES CO3DUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. L. KENNEDY, LXCIKSMTIT & . ORE-ST., OUYEN. fIEELW~IL HT, . Stripppe Combs a Spe exalty. en Buggy Wheels Tyred To Perfection. Guaranteed Nob To Dish. C~RR...

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Linga Links. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Linga Links. Tne local tranch of the -.F.U. has decided to send two delegates to the preliminary conference to be held at Ouy'en on Tuesday next. The Union is meetion with universal approval and support locally. Come to think of it, one isn't much use without the other. Realising the value of cooperation, our farmers have formed a company with the object of erecting a weigh bridge at the local railway station. Already most of the shares have been applied for, and we are boping to have this convenience iD working order for the coming bumper harvest. [If the bridge is erected in the railway yard, the department will carry it freight free.-ED. M.J Very heavy rain fell here on Sat urday night, and most of the dams in the district were filled. The crops ale growing nicely, and harvest pros pects are excellent. The only danger one can imagine is something very much out of the ordinary, and meet ing an unseen trouble is chasing the wind, so we keep hoping. Local farmers are complaining bit...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Ouyen Telephone Exchange. Following is the list of subscribers to the Ouyen telephone exchange, and as fresh names are added, they will appear. The number is the one to ring up: Arnold, E. H., 19. Ayton and Hatfield, 12. Bank of Victoria, 1. Britt and O'Loughlin, 7.   Brown; G. D. (hotel), 25. Galdow, R. A., 6. Chapman, Jno., 20.   Cotter, Miss, 4. Grace and Scott (with extension to Mr. Grace's residence), 11. Greatz, W. E., 13. Ingwersen, W., 24. Lindsayi Dr. Edmund, 1. Lindsay, G. F., 22. MAIL office (Ritchie and Son), 3. Nitschke, Mrs. E., 14. Oke, Ben., 5. Oke, Nurse, 23. Park and Don, 17. Roberts and Gillespie, 9. Rowe, Gee., 10. Shire office (with extension to Mr. Stevens' residence), 2. State Rivers and Water Comm., 15. Steele, W. J., 8. Valentine. Mrs. C., 16. Walter, C. B., 18.

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Murrayville Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Murrayville Mems. We had a terrific thunderstorm on Saturday night, and the resultant 135 points of rain has gladdened the farmers by giving, in most instances, a sufficiency of water in the dams to carry them over the harvest. It is still blustery, with frequent sho- wers. The Tennis Club held a social and dance on Wednesday night, when there was a fine attendance, the door receipts amounting to £4 5/6. The function proved most enjoyable and did not break up until 2 a.m. This is the first tennis social this season, and the committee, Messrs. Harley, Barrera, Stone and Fairy, with the genial and hard working secretary, Miss Evans, deserve all the credit that can be bestowed. We are looking forward to many more of such enjoy- able gatherings before the season ends. Mention must not be omitted of the fact that half the proceeds of the one under notice goes to the stall holders at the forthcoming bazaar. There is very keen competition among the aspirants for the honor of being the quee...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Walpeup Warbles. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Walpeup Warbles. The Roman Catholics of the dis trict intend erecting a building where in to worship, early in the coming year. To that end a fund has been started by an enthusiastic committee of ladies and gentlemen. On Wed nesday night a eucher party and dance was held, and it proved the most successful function of its kind ever held in Walpeup. The hall walls almost bulged with the pressure of the crowd present. A carload came out frcm Ouyen, and there were also visitors present from Underbool. The voucher prizes were won by Miss Nel lie Murphy, and A. Towk. For the dance, excellent music was supplied by Messrs. R. Matchett and M. P. Marwich on the piano and violin re spectively, volunteers helping out ma terially. The committee who so suc cessfully managed the affair were Messrs. T. Cregan (hon. sec. of the church committee), Bealy, Englefield, and Heffernan. A supper which gra tified everyone present was provided by the ladies of the church, and the following were responsible f...

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Local and General. Telephone No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 30 August 1916

Local and General. Telephone No. 3. Comment has been caused owing to the absence of report of various social happenings in the district. There is no blame attaching to us we cannot report what we do not see. If the usual courtesy is not extended we will make no comment, favorable or otherwise, and just in passing we may say that, from remarks in some of our exchanges, Ouyen secretaries are not the only ones afflicted with absentmindedness. Ouyen Red Cross Society has dis- patched to the head quarters branch as the July contribution, the following articles :-27 flannel shirts, 22 ditto underpants, 28 suits pyjamas, 40 pairs sox, 7 Balaclava helmets, pair mittens, 3 pairs cuffs, 2 scarves, 11 bandages, and a tin of cocoa. Racks The Nerves.-Continual cough- ing coughing inflames the throat, wears out the patient and racks the nerves. A remedy that will relieve a cough promptly is most desirable in the treatment of throat and 'lung troubles, but it must be ab- solutely free from opium o...

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Ouyen Caledonian Society. GOVERNOR-GENERAL GRANTS HIS PATRONAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

Ouyen Caledonian Society. GOVERNOR-GENERAL GRANTS HIS PATRONAGE. At the first meeting of the reformed Ouyen Caledouian Society, it was de cided to ask Sir Ronald Munro Fer gusoo,Governoor-General of Australia, to grant his patronage. On Monday the se=retary, Mr. R. A. Caldow, re ceived a reply from Hlis ExcelleDcy's aide de camp stating that Sir Ronald had consented to grant his patronace. This is a high honuor for the Society, and one which the members will ap preci ate. At the ordinary meeting of the council of the society on Friday night, there was no lank of enthusiasm, the whole of the availabte members being present, Chieftain Harris occupying the chair. The ground committee reported halving made an iaspection and deci ded to ptlace the dancing stand in a naturtal stadium, where everyone will be a:ble to see without interference. The luncheon, fruit and soft drinks booth will be well removed from the publican s, so patrons of either will feel no inconvenience. It was resol ved...

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