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An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

An Appeal. The promisecs already receivedi by the Rev. G. E. DoIwtcon :a.nrid Ir. Ha:Ie, in the n1;:tnter of additional aLreas to be put under wheat for the benefij of our soli jers when t~heyr re turn from helpin. to crush the Hun, are as follow : Previously ackrnowledged :-168 Acres? W. Dcthie ... H. Perkin --- 2 R. Weir --- 2 R. Vires - 3 R. Penny - 6

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

W OOMELANG-HOPETOUN Coach. Tuesdays and Saturdays * Leaves WVoomelang 9.30 a.m., arrives Hopetoun 1.40 p.m. Returning-Leave Hopetoun 3 p.m., arrives Woomelang 7 p.m. Fare, 7/6 single, 12/6 return. Coach will call for passengers from Lascelles if advised. R. S. JENNINGS, Woomelang. An Unnecessatry Erden.e.--There is no expense which is such :a drain as succes eive dcltor- Iills. Etpenses if this kind ca:n he :tvoiled by a little forethlought. Ail iruents suh as cramp. coli, :iind diaa'h:ea nun he promptly rulievid hv Claaulerlain's C.lie and l)iarrhnea. Iexiedy. The dlo tor hais often been called to treCat: these all mnents whutn a. couple of c'oes of (Chainl?ber aLin's Colic :ard Di;Larrhea lemnedy w:as all thut iwa' neededu. It is economy to kelep C(h:imberlain's uolie :rnd Di:arrhoe:a Re umedy in the hosce. It will save Cexpense and suffering. tiold by all storekeepers. ?01K Sa1le.--Drautght? Stl;'llhn. good a U hor.S in team:Lrt, sutre fo:l. getter. Prica :aL p(edigree ;t .HAt.L ...

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 — 6 September 1916

Ouyen and District Sol= diers' Fund. The following promised donations have been paid, ani the secretary will be pleased to receive all unpaid promises; Amount previously acknowledged: £81 3 6

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
V.R.U. Smoke Night. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

Y.R.U. Smoke Ni9 The experiment of a smnoke on a big seale in Ouye n, required very careful c. nsid?l The Ouyen branch of the l - R?ilways Union is inutleric?j but numbers with?out th" c?unt for Ifttle. But the oel the branch are nothing if n-" siastic, and when they decided a smoke night on a big s determined to make it s&- e, that settled it. The object ofthe thering was twofold. The pri, intention was to bring the I,?n' together for social intercours the second was to give the puii opportunity of learning a little . of the grea.t? national asaet and ; tion at least of those who work Not only at Ouyen, but all al,, Murray €ille line and right to Mild the members made up their mi the affair was to be a success, an it was-a most pronoueced one When the president of the bhn Mr. W. T. Manley, to,k the e: there were abdut 80 present when in full swing, the cetiturvy , have been just about tooured. , riinh of the chairmLan wats 3. key, organizer of the urion, ani. his left Senat...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

TO STAND Tills SKEASON AT WA^LPEUP, THE PUKV: 11REI C'LYDElSDALE STAL, L,(- N BOLD MACGREGOR, !>olIl 31;<-Gr.,,gor (7,1t. N.Z. C.S.I.), is a 1yV cc-it, ro;ied 19!:< in N.Z. Sir-, 1ir..un 1H.i1 (v4. \'.Z C S. . , and 7 N:;, - Z -.1|.). w; lS ;-l ii Scot- tlil alld tv h'!-i iln Vi,-toi:t. .; '. .1904. 11- gai.inel fir-'t. aind chltm pi'n pri:z,. in t' i-lehnrehii 2-:1,i 1 ltulnedin in 1: t, I1 . 1: ;: , l1 ;. ;tand 15 ; hi a:ilo wvon . it l)ni-dTr the ('ly ;esiile Shr-e ovieryt' e 0p :*. ati.d I.he Otago t".alhl .i.:c n'u Iwu c au-.; .. lit< liet.in all the itiiltorted hiirrs ini New /Zaland, and is the h-iret of the fi:--: :;A i <h Inpii i umire ;it Oli Alu k-lavi.nd l Exixiii nr. 1l .iZ, aiso vi 1Bilron Sandy (1S, N.1'.S. It ), whi won 'b rh the -l;liin e - :it liitnedinl in Pi3. andl is the (ti:p 'n ci hi-iad-brIed .-tailion in New- Ze!an;,t. (rarnsire, .marton's Priie ,'22, 1 '. ' .). I vw i nnmer ou s priZe .- is a y ,u. ,-'L. and in...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

everseas Tobacco Fund. To the above fund -e have to eck nowledge the following donations: Amount previously acknowledgedd : £11 10 6 Collectcd by Master Kenneth Hecht, Cowangie: I. Hecht, I. Blight, MIrs. . Kelly, T. Reid, DT Milliken, D. N[illard, W. Huuater, W. SEarr, K. Aecht, G. Har ley, T. Charter,(2/) E. Best, F.Gibson, H. Hechbt, W. Soutbgate, F. Schultz, M. Janasson, W. Davis, B. Gibson, R. Brown, L. Geuten, Mrs. Morrow, J. Stewart, A. Cuffe, A. Pritchard, A. Dayman, --. Dowsley Mrs. A.Zerbst, Mrs. G. Jolson, W. Anderson, A. Ro bertson, 1/ each; J. Holmes, T, M., and J. Booley, Gd; J. Beddell. 3d. Total ... 12 15 O

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

HERB YOU ARB You eannot Better These, And We Offer Them For CASH Only. Don. Ezgki i? Pwder, lb. tin (White Tose) 13'6 Ctrn Fiour. lh. pkts. 5/3 Candld!es (Electri:ne) lb. pkts. 9/3. (cur'ra:its (New season's) Its. " Rice, 1hs. - 3/3 Sag'o, lbs. 4/11 Tapioea, lbs. 4/3 Best Fl--aked Oatmeal Is. 9d-. 7 lb -?.a We have niow a L;rge Stock of Tinned Fish onii hand, and c ean sell at Lowest Prices fbr Cash. Best Red Salnoin lb. tins 11 Fresh Uerrin'rgs 1 Kippered 1!erringls, 11! Herrings in Sauce. 11/ alnrd'Tiies, 1l). tins 8/!) Best Brrands Tomato Sauce, Large Bottits., ---- t2s 3d pcr D?oz. ALL iRRNGHES OF IRONMFi ,G'ERY ON !-HaND 2T LO!WEST PRI~?S. .,EN. CE?, GENERL MERR~NT, OUYEN, ?-- ?PT LTD. ? TKERS, BEUOFFICES, CARTS, A& EGGOS, HARNESS -IGHT anid HEkYY. EET YkLUES CFFERED. Wris iFor Catalogue. : YI 18 ue-s-...31etlm rnV. Wor±-s. IRielalnjll S. Cm oealthb t-r7 ad It rla BEAD OFFICE - SYDNEY. s, Ge.ne-al Banking Busi ness pracaas *' CiDis and Towns of Australia. London, Tidwor...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

gseeERS, DRAPERS, IRONM'lEN S, MERCH71NTS, AND eOMMISSI4ONV 7X MA6HINERY AGENTS. RBERTS -= & -- GILLESPIE,B Opposite Post Office, =- Oke Street, Ouyen. HEAPEST = AND = BBST = IN = ALL =LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OF FARM) IMPLEMENTS A~ND MACHINERY. DRAPER, GROCER, K-ONMONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. S-ST., OUYEN. fr . GIhIhd. ESI B, OKE-ST., OUYEN. '[ I L ASSIGN EE. toini.i.~ Iner of the Suprem, e C(urt of VictoriaL for taking Affidavit.. LOANS ARRANGED FOR. Shud stock of al Machinery and Duplicates kept a~ our showroozm.. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. FLLIS N BR ., TJILORS AiND OUTFITTERS, ROWE=ST., OUYEN. :ALL ?ND INSPEeT OUJR NEW STOeK. (AUCT'ION EER.) LW.D, STOCK, & CENEAL COAIVISSION AGENT, FARRKELL-ST., .UYEN. SALES COWDUGTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. L. KENNEDY,; BLACKSJMITH & OKE-ST., OUYEN. WIHEELWtKIGHT, * Stripper Combs a Spe __cialty. Srven Buggy Wheels Tyred To Perfectlio. Guaranteed Not To Dish. CUR,-'ES': COLUSOA CCOOJG COLi A ti &...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

DEATH. RITCHIE.— On 30th. September, at   Corowa, N.S.W., Albert Victor, eldest beloved son of P . K. and Annie Ritchie. and nephew of W. A. Ritchie, of Ouyen, in his 36th year. ........ .. . . . ... . .. .... . ........ .. .....       BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MR. J. George Cain desires to thank   his many friends (too numerous to mention individually) in Walpeup, Ou- yen, andTempy, for the great kindness, sympathy and help afforded him in his   recent sad bereavemtent. Words fail in expressing the sentiments felt, so each and every one is asked to accept deepest gratitude. Walpeup, 1/9/'16.   Printed and published by Ray S. Ritchie, trading as Ritchie & Son, at the Ouyen MAIL office, Oke-street, Ouyen, in the State of Victoria. WEDNES., SEP. 6, 1916.  

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ouyen Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 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), 26. Caldow, R. A., 6. Chapman, Jno., 20. Cotter, Miss, 4. Grace and Scott (with extension so Mr. Grace's residence), 11. Greastz. W. E., 13. Ingwersen, W., - 24. Lindsay, Dr. Edmund, 21. Lindsay, G. F., 22. Mail office (Ritchie and Son), 3. Nitschke, Mrs. E., 14. Oke, Ben., 5. Oke, Nurse, 93 Park and Don, 17 Roberts and Gillespie, 9. Rowe, Geo., 10 Shire office (wiih extension to [Mr. Stephens' residence), 2. State Rivers and Water Comm., 15. Steele, W. .T., S Valentine, Mrs. C., 16 Walter, C. B., 18.  

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. Telephone No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

Local and General. Telephone No. 3. Clients of the Bank of Victoria on the Ouyen to Pinnaoroo line will be interested to know that Mr. Mitchell, manager of the Ouyen branch, will be making a business trip right through to Pinnaroo on Thursday next, re- turning on Friday. There is sure to be something you would like to have a talk with him on. Next Wednesday afternoon knights of the trigger will have an opportu- nity of testing their skill on both the iniate and inanimate birds. Ouyen   Gun Club is holding matches with the Clay pigeons and sparrows, and as there has been no shooting for a long time past, this outing should arouse interest.   Our farming readers will sleep a good deal easier, now that the six- pence they have been so impatiently waiting for is actually payable. Mr. Hughes - the wonderful Billy - made it known on Saturday, that he had fixed it up with the Commonwealth Bank to let loose a matter of £4.000, 000, and to that extent the credit of ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 6 September 1916

A'' TH SEC ND GBRAN' GAT ERIN' AED., OCTOB .T Mhei:ibe.-"s Ticket, admitting member, wife and frmiiy up to 16 yearŽ; of age, 55. Amission to Ground Is. C(T7EI. Mr. L. .llRae: CH E;TrAINS, Messrs. W. Steele, G. Harris, and W. Oke; C(OUNCTL, Messrs. W. J. Davie, tU. 1;rown, R. Smith, S. 3i'Leau. (. Blackie, W. A. .itchief\V. Gillespie, Jas. 3l'Lean?, and L. i'Lean; Treasurer. Mr. W. D. Mitcheli; Auditrs, Messrs. Dauvic and tl lespie. J C DGEEO , ebi. sohn rMtLennan, tan tenat. iclt.N D PROCESSIO N, had 'ded by the ,ipe aend, starting from the intersetion of Farrel and Mitchell-sts. at zo a.m. ?s., PI:?:lPI ?G, (OPEN.) PIBROCH. • First, f.5 (gift of Mr. R. A. Caldow); Second, ;£2; Third, 20s. (gifts of Mr. G. D. Brown). Entry 4s. MARCHES. First, £2 ; Second, ,1 (gift of Mr. G. F. Lindsay) ; Third, lOs. Entry 2/6. STRATHSPIEYS and REELS. First, £2; Second, £1; Third, 10Os. Entry 2/6. LOCAL (within a radius of 130 miles). P[BROCIT. First, 30s.; Second, 10ls.; Third, 5s. Entry 2s. -,ARI-H...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

BOLD MACGRE(IOR, D 1ld "if -,:";r;^ .- C6" . N..% C. S-.f;-). is a IbI r olt , taley ':i in .N Sir-. Iir.'n ItK { .t-. NA.. C .~' , ;l 72;?, 1 Z >**-.i. n;* ^ ' " S irl: ainl 7u;»e, l Vi-',{ri. ..;..*i, IW-'. L ," ;aint dI lirst nnd cham!iuini; ;.r;:e .rt: i ''r..e lmire?t ;zlul Du dina u l :k l ll . .. 1:;. 1n. ;-an td! ; ih 1n ls?o w n a t- .--,;di t!i- tIyldes-iale 'ora e S ;-i;t' ez l ,onc. ::: u :) i;?..> hl.ll4 ; t : Ie ha;t- !. t en nil he - r:.ortE Iu - New Zevll.anrid and i h the -ire W Of L it st ;'i: . d ci'.r piotin Cire at the .l t-lc lnd Ej hititiint. i' I . ai.-io o( ]aronu SIatdy (12S, N.Z. V '.S.4 ; 3, wv-, w'o-t .lth the h. ! c;:;.4 -t L iu'edin in an;d. tim ..- i :c .': i,:. ;. .:i; -t>-rel -talliotl in N.cw , i-i.et tnd. -.'r-.iFn - . i .Barron's Priic (9,V'., '.5 I',. ?On nnumor- i onts prize as a t a.. y !iu:.--i;ri. :.. -. Iz64 wm | first .and cha;nition i.;,.it vh:-. itfd a; r AS> erdemi : tl :.l;' wo:. +;!- it ; !i::,[ w : in 159-1 ;id .io v k,. ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Underbool Utterings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Underhooi Utterings. The annual ball in aid of the fi-tnd of the R. C. church, held on Autu? 14, proved a, great success. There was ample reason for this, the cornm mittee, wifth Mr. T. Scholtens as ane entlhuesi:as~tic and hard working secre tary, straiuing every nerve to ensure SpleIsint n ime for pitrons. The susie, supplied by Messrs. B. De~tn. . Wiliamson (Nyang), and Free!an.u?d (WVI-eup), waas away :heamd of .:y thin_ ever enjoyed :am U",'I.rhool, ;ead ai Sthe othecr ;arrangements were ie. keepin,. Supper w:a provide by the "-dies of the congregt.ion, and to IMesda:nes Sheltrn, Summers, A., ;and D. M'Dn:.!dd, and Gre'-, is du:. a heap of credit tor not onlv the m-an ner in which it wa;s served, but the ;fact :hat if a.ny wet?- e'rrot yv away it wa< thr-ir ,:w"t:" ilt. jTen committee' reo:::nIense c:,qe itn ibeieg ahbe ta aiw t Jro . of C 1' . ?,.?; n i',?-q:.e c :'.:e to Under b)Oa o.n ,:ttu livJ w. k amd shoeved tlhe homne tei:" _'w 'hti :::.Ine sh,)ttouL be plhed...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

:ra.seIeX~s SIOCK~- ~~NL) S'VA~!(~f i' P.~ i. N'i~fd- R~%' fW~ t~Ls prept~cwed~ ti 1i(1ierta1kt e V'or·i' Is bei~n cc~ftl~tUIc.Ž hr3 thes rlxidersi~ liied. Ais alway~rs. r:6&ne but thet bestLt o~f flour is usedi in-1 turu·iiti out~ T~IE iBiST'i UF I3)READ. Picniics, Xf~edcdiws.L~ Bir~thdayz~ Pa~r~ties. Ba1:llS ata1C dncefts caLt· AI'redl for enr th~ shornltest n~otice. ODEI.3RATEI PIcC'E:S. Mr~s. A, -~fa~ent-a Ine, THE OUYPEN BAFPRYE. 'FARRELL-ST., OUiYEN. e::orn~ed fleef ir: ~ ~peei;~t~-. $max~i G;Ooti~i Of P);:inie QuaitY. F~uiliea~ vr.; iteii on: I)a lv.. ')u re'ztLtion lZi- he'nate COMMSSIO [GENT, A8. FITZGERALD, 20OWE-ST., Q TE' N. Higihe.t PriceCs Obt;ained F:or WIHEAT S'_ERIP CE T[FIp A'TE. Ag&enI fr ionais?rn t T'pe?tl's ?1i En "?ines, (Ch:aficatt,:7, Thre.?hers ;,.nt Swbenele. Thag? "WerhIvJnt Pia-no. an~d Sewin** Mac;hines. ..Lyal In-urane. Co. Fire. Life, AccigIlen Live lStock, W',rer.r' ?om pens.tion. JonU Z'i,nuer, Ta:lor., Etc. FREE. FREE. ACCIDE[ T BEN...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Overseas Tobacco Fund. To th,- above ftnd : e have to actk newledge the fo';owing donations: Amount previously acknowledued : .11 10 f Collectd:I bV Mdas-1:-r Kenn~th crchc, Cowangie: L Hecht., .I iB.ih, ,.'r1. . KelLy. T. Reid, D. Millikeu, D. lillard, W. Fiuter, Wv. s :u'r, K. Aeoht, G. Elsr lay, T. (Chuter',(tf) E. Best, -.Gibson, H. Fleeht, W. SXuthtate, F. ScbuIts, MI. Janaqson, W. Davi , R. Gibsou. R. Brovn, L. (zedete, ?,Ir. Morrow. I. St;w:u t, A. C;:'.t, A Prit:ha-d, A. D)ayman, -. D.vwsley, ,rs. A.Zerhst,. Mrs. G. Johson, WV. Antiderot,, A. Ro hertson, each; J. rid n-·<, T, N., and J. Biooiey, Gf ; J. Buid-ll, 3i. Total ... ill2 15 0

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

;.,t. na t r ':N Coldf.-ff von fai~ n treat *cll yC : \t cnr.:ei. £ Utintartet &:t olther .r:re r.; ,f . lhi .:ceestion? f LUI4Is ltcuiS t to 'L' h. pL'Luaia, anfltL £mpCtion. ThI.z iz why lelitint! :Lduth,,or. ;.c 'y " L .mt:.d't :L l'." Chanr~trer "il tre..iid't fteV" . it r'rp-4 exfleer'in tionl. liqi¢[liew thte, I'i,,taug rlunlasand:I enab~ile"? th.e ?v,-,0.m t., thr,,, .,f Lith cohl. CZha,, - 2erltdl i's Coi)l a:: Eaedy i- i-le:s:n:iti, au'L s:Lite tl L;kL nal Icrtalns :o narctia-' Sold by a:ll .st?rek:eep,,rs. (rn;:py Chtildre.L.-ChE'dr..r who ta~ke ,tad easily are lalnl)y -ihIsjeCt t erozUp. T'he firrt syriu'pto'!i is. pec!hihIr hoarenei? . ea;?ily rect nise, l.:hen once hlerdl. If "Chamberli''e . Crla . h Rrnlriy is freq.eE tly giv-en frem -he Titune the .-ro, py e.mgh app ar ll tbIitenlcy wtowar;ls roup wilt disapp?ar and lni ,Ir ner b ;av',ile'l.. velr :Lfter the attack !.nt~ dev,'lr;:i Chl?irnr Iain'r Cough l 'ernely will gie lui 'k relief' arnd dIkpel n te .m,.k....

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Where's The Sense? [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Where's The Sense ? In our issue of 9/8/'16, we asked some pertinent questions regarding the administration of the Railway de partment. Below ve publish a reply from the Hen. John Gray, but. it deals only with the reason why the new station is not being gone on with that is to say, the departmental res son. It does .cot explain the waste incurred by hauling and erecting por tables, and other outlays, which pile up costs which would go a long way to the payment for the permanent buildings, and again we ask-Where's the Sense? Here's Mr. Gray's letter: Dear Sir,-As your article headed "Where's The Sense ?" was specially marked for my notice, I am sending you a few words of explanation, as you appear to think the amount of £4000 voted for the new. station bnilding at Ouyen is available and will he re-voted again next year, and you ask where's the sense in letting the money lie idle. Every session the Railway Commissioners set out a schedule of proposed works which are to be constructed ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Walpeup Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Wa'peup Shire Council. At the iost meeting of the aLtore, held at i\lurrayville on Thulrsday, thr-e were present Ccc. Hecht(presi dent), Glen, Manning, Mossop, Far reli, and Pickering. CORGESONyDE·i cE. Alice M'Queen and seven other ratepayers asked that the sand be scooped off th, road between blocks 17 Woornark; and 33 Boorongie ; it was further asked that the road north of the reserve at Boulka be deviated. -Referred to Cr. PFarrell for report at nest meetjng. The Institute for the l'lind asked for the usunal donation, and £1 was voted. Dimboola shire asked that a dele gnate be appointed for a conference to he h~ld on .th. September to deal with the drift send question, and dis cuss the imposition of nniform pen alties for breaches of a by-law to be passed, making it an offence to fallow within a chain of a road.-After some discussion, it was decided, on the motion of Crs. Pickering and Glen, to support the resolution by letter. The trouble over the fencing and gates on the reser...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Victorian Farmers' [?] CONFERENCE AT OU[?] MALLEE BRANCHES [?] IMPORTANT RECOMMENDAT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 13 September 1916

Yictorian Farimers CONFERENCE AT 0! lMALLEE BRAN~ EgS IuMPORTtANT ReCOIEat Whatever may be the fe the rural producer in other of thd State reg:rding the, a to better the conditions of tl suffering body, there is not shadow of a doubt as to the asm of the M1allee farrmer, suffered long and gri"0ou oily tongued politician, withr pathy and specious proml nothing of the flattery wh adds to the cruelty, has hitt him in a thrall. Now Os mined to bave something the wind for his well bein, the time is positively o~ i change, and even if the wh?i State decided to be persuad wise (a most inprobltsle co it is certain tite Mallee frare remain united in the deter to secure at least improvedco It requires experience to rea some of the trials ard tribul the way back settler, but as ing drives the nail home, t process, persistently and epplied, must impress the p oe that although theiy igh pected to, those who ehcose so far from thie centres, iecline to put up with preve conveniences. All too long ...

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