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Overseas Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

Overseas Tobacco F ?nd. Three postcards were received at this office from France- this week. Each breathed thanks, and one, signed by E. C. Keens and H. A. Graham added "If you could see .how much we appreciate this gift, you would feel amply repaid for your trouble." That's worth a bob at any time. Got one handy? To the above fund we have to ack nowledge the following donations: Amount previously acknowledged : £13 5 . 0. A Bob,(weekly) [making 18/JI .0 T.S.1auallack ... :..i. 1 0 The folloving eddit~ional donations have bee received towards the Dis tric' Soldiers and Walpeup Red Cross Society funds: -G. Wakefield, 10/6; J. E. Menglei, 5/. -Thanked accor dingly. IE vou. are after a' good trip next Wednesday, P;innaroo showv offers the very thing : The country now looks its .best, arnd the sPecic4 train from Ouven give5 that 0all oo rare a chance for a one day ,trip to, the neighboripg State. .

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
County Court. WALPEUP CATTLE TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

County ©oauri' S:l1iUP OCVCTLE TROIUBLE w. S.-Booley olaimed £10 from Tonas C:iapbell for money illegally ,intid and unlawful impounding. )r. prk appeared for plaintiff and !. Vr!i«r for ;Gmpbell. This was ijo O ll knwn i1n the Walpeup dis 'it Defendant had yarded four Stiifs cattle and collected a uhe Sfor 20/1- io damages. Of this 16- \va. c:irned, and painitiff was to h is chiange. but did not;. Mr;' pi.! s:i they did not claim that they h,; st:idned tbhe damages demanded, u, vw:iuted to show defendant that he nOuld no. continue the impounding i stock while his holding remained :;it e .!ce(. . 1le di fnce vwasn . counterclaim or d(i,:.n:'s sustained by defendant's eile t ihro;gh being horned by those fpi.:tity, i ,nd dimage to crop. plintiil did not deny the trespaes, ; s. id it was impossible for his cat e to h:ve done any damage at the inof trespass; his cpatle also were Ery quiet, and had never horned any ethlrs at any time. His Honor quoted the Act to show thlt dolmesticated ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That Sixpence. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

. That Bixpence. It is always pleasing to have good news. As to what the outcome of that extra sixpence was to be has b~en a souroe of worry and concern for weeks past. First there was the delay in making it availabliuuavoid 'able, we honestly" believe; then, when it was availale, most of our farmers, found themselves only that much less in debt to the Government, with no possible hope of financion the taking off of the forthcoming bum per harvest. That ulde a, deal end for the time, and matters looked very serious. Then the Farmers' Union got busy. A deputation wvitedi on the Minister, and those who know them will understa;ind th hat Messrs. Pickering and GCtowrey -wasted no words in eSpiaining the position to Mr. Hutchinson, and the outcnme-of the conideration by the Cabinet is that Boa:rds will sit and take evidence, and those who cannot really do with out will be p;id the sixpence in full, while those who can deserve kicking if they even send. in an application. All applications...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ouyen Caledonian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

. Ouyen Caledonian Society. Every conceivable preparation has been mad: to ensure a profit~able and enjoyable outing for thosa who attend the Ouyen Caledonian Society's great efforT today. Competitors from all portions of the State are here, and ev ery eveut proeiiees to hb keenly con itested. The array of kilts will be great, and as a spectacle, the proces sion must be well worth witnes.ing. The council of the society has arrang ed matters so that only unforeseen or unpreventible circumstances can up set things, and the grounds are in poerfect order. Motor ears will run from the town to the ground, so there is no need to find fault, with the loc ation. Members tickets--i each admit the member, his wife and fam ily np-.to 16 years of age, to the ground, and those without the tartan ticket will be charged 1/ ar;' the gate. The special train.from M urrayville is to arrive shortly after 11a.m., and will leave on return at 7.30,': and a big crowd is expected. The motor c?ars will run ri...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

v\iftA~. ·.~' You eaa anniot Bett efs~ce," And We ~ fCer Them For (S11IS OJly. Doz. . !)02.? "Baking Powder,lb. tin (White Rose) 13/6 Corn Flour, lb. pkts. 5/3 Candles (i':iectrin·e) b. pkts. 9/3 Currants (New season's) Ibs. S8/9 Rice, Ibs. 3/3 Sago, Ibs. /1l Tapioca, lbs. 4/3 Best Flaked Oatmeal -Is. 9d. 7 Ib 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, -l1b. tins 8/9. Best Bra;-ds Tomato Sauce, Large Bottles, -- I~2s 3d per DIoz. ALL BRANGi-ES OF IqRONMONGERY ODN· HAND AT LEOWEST PRIeES. BEGENERA1fIEWL MERUHANT, OUYEN. Coffey Bros ----- PT Y. LT D.. FAMOUS - . . . _ JINIERS, BEUGIES, C SARTS, W GONS, HARNESS LIGHT and -HEAVY. BEST YALUE~S OFFERED. Write Fo? Catalogue. 187 Queen-st., Melbourne. Works, Richmond S. HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. rI isG en e Bankin g Business fo ,",a2,i", Cities and Towns ot Australio. London. Tidworth (Salis...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

GeeeERS, DRaPES, IRONONGERS, PEReH ANTS, AND COMMISSIO, AND MAC INERY AGENTS. opostePotOBe,____T____ ILTLESPIER K poeitb e :gPost Offcse, pOke Street, Oe, uyen. 'HEB .EST - AND = B ST IN - ALL - LINES. AGENTS :FOR ALL THE LEADING MAKERS OFI· FARM IIMPLEMENTS AND M-ACHINER"Y. DRAP3ERR GROCtR, IRON?~ ONGER, BOOT RETAILER, ETC. OE-ST., OUYEN. 6D0.G1 SPIE OKE-ST., OUYEN. lCIA\L ASsIGNEE. Commissioner of the Stpreme C(otrt of VictorLL for taking Aftfidavits. LOANS AiERRNGED FOR. A fel stcck of all Machinery antl Duplicates kept at our showrooms. LNSi'ECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. ELLISON tROS., TRILORS ANiND OUTFITTERS, ROWE-ST., OUYEN. LL AND INSPEeT OJUR NEW STOeK. R. A. CALDOW & OO., ' (AUCTIOXEER.) . BID, STOCK, 8& ENER?AL COMMISSION AGENT, SFAKRELL-ST.. OUYE-. ALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. LaK.ENN`v EDY, CKSMITH & OKE-ST., OUYEN. EELWNilUHT, i Stripper Coxbs a Spe cialty. en _ uy Whe . ,e T Perf.ection. Gurran d Nobt-o isis. . -¶ 'p~ i ~$ .i X$ J C .UC...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Victorian Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

.it-ian arners' Uhion. The recent conference of delegates from the various branches- of the above organisation must haqe de lighted the most sanguine of its pro moters. There were present some 150 delegates representing about 1,75 b;ranches, and so great was the en thusiam that ever8-.delegate there had something to say---and what is more, evinced a determination to say it. That is a healthy sign. and one that speaks -volumes for the future. All to long has the prod ucer been willing to listen while the other fellow did the talking. That was where the other fellow scored=, for-his flow of language being goodt, it was not hard to persuade the list tner that his talk was gospel, and the real friend the man who dipped his hand in the producer's pocket -very often with the full know ledge of the victim. The fartner has recently had time to think, for the bad seasons gave a lot of leis ure. That thinking is now pro ducing its effects, and unless coma, or something else overcomes him, he ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

Local and General. An unfortunate, and rather serious, acecident hapsened to Mr. Tyrrell. of Nunga, on Monday. He was riding past Mr. T~.kin's place when his horse took, fright and crashed him into a tree. Miss Tonkin, who wit nessed the accident, birought help, and the pabient was found in an un conscious condition. Dr. Lindsay found that that the jaw was broken andtattended to it, accordingly, Mr. Tyrrell is now in hospital at St. Arm aud. Proceedings at- Ouyen police court on Wednesday were brief,' Messrs. Farrell arid Rowe occupied the bench. E.'J. Loder got a, verdic agaminet J. O'Brien, of Crarwap, for £20, with £4 costs, for a m:aliee roller; Mr. W. Pmrkappeared for complainant. One defendant was fined 2/ for a breach of the Education Act. Adrunken freak on the part of a district resident cost him £2. From the :evidence, it ap peared that accused removed a three decker cake .from the hball after the recent bazaar. :The police took ae? tiop, with the result stated. It will be ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Linga Links. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 11 October 1916

Linga Links. c- As the result of the footballers' ef- forts, a sum of £12 was collected for patriotic purposes. At a meeting on Saturday night, it was decided to dis- pose of this by donating £10 to the local Red Cross Society and the bal- alce to the district football - association patriotic fund. It was also decided to join with the Red Cross Society in arranging a great ball, the proceeds to go to the Red Cross funds. [You may have a collecting book for the tobacco fund, if you wish-the boys enjoy a smoke.-ED.I No fewer than 11 of the district -that is Linga - footballers have en- listed, and several others tried, but failed. Local farmers are delighted to know that the extra sixpence is to be paid in full to those who need it. There was another splendid fall of rain on Sunday, and a good harvest is now practically assured. The local school teacher Miss Beard, has adopted a novel way of raising funds for the school patriotic, fund. The scholars, instead of being asked to bring mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

TO S'AN If i.I" F 2 ON AT TIlE PUR B!:ED ('.1' )DEDA.LE BOLE NACGREGOR, Bold 31:,cG e..,r 7Sr. ' Z. P'.S.3.), is a bayc?rlt, trledl 1913 i.z N Z. Sir-, Biro-r Hold (40). N.Z C S.B. and 723, \ Z -" . v.was "err p . irotiani and ioaled ii, V:c t ·i , -pri:. 1904. HII rained first and chamapitn prz7-s in I:h:i-tchnurch and D)unedir iii 1l11 i... 13. 14. .rnrd 15; he also woa e . .. t:," ( Ir.-ha!e Horir SoeCiety' tp or *:. ani thr ut:uo Clhallenice ena sCil; W oII.* I a. iL· rl atl the imlort'd hors.-" ii New Zealhnd, andt is thie iir.eof ti e irst nil e-h*'mlpion art at thie Aickland 1-xhli:ition, 1913. a s, ,:i Baron H.-ndi' (!%S, . Z. .'R B . whoIr W',i both the eirrlltr-e -:.s :. ut.etdii ii 1913, and i LI e cli ,pii. .:o.,Ual-breti, stallion in iv w Zt. ..in. Grt..s.r. haron'- Prie'e9, i-2,' ".- 1. . wr:. rnmer ons prizes ;ias 'e vun g-ter.:trdr ill 1894 w - first ahd cLampliu nri ; x.il it-d i: A. erdeen ; It :.is., wto :u-t :- t.rla-goiwv; In 1893-1 ;rnd 95 ... wo: t.,et Kij.(ih...

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District Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

District Soldiers' Fund. At a meeting of the committee of the above fund on Tuesday night of last week, there were six members present. The hon. Secty. (Mr. R. Coustley) presented a statement of receipts and expenditure, which showed that £180 had been received, while expenditure had been nil, the secretary having paid all postages, etc., and Mr. D. Fuller dounating crrtage on wheat charges. Since the sta-tement was presented, .au ad dition· £63 - proceeds of the St. Patrick's Day spors-has been paid in, so that now there is 8240 avail able for immediate call. In addition stmewhere about 195 :acres of crop hbvebeen promised, and a substanu tind sum is also on the list in cash, so. that when ai is in, there should be between £7003 andt £800 availaIble. The wheat donated, as follows, re turned £87 10/2, donations £75 0/6, and £60 from the sports. There will be more to come from the wheat yet, so that the committee has every reasoi to be satisfied with its la;bors. The statement of the...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

pUBL.IGC NOTICE. FIRST CLASS OATE,. WHEATEN O MIXED CHAFF, F~R RI[.L IN ANY ([I ANTITY AIWAYS AVAIlABLE. G. F. MANN, CARRI"R & CHAFF DEALER, M3AIL CONTRACTOR, P.O., Pinnaroo, S.A. BOOTS! BOOTS! Our New Consign menb of BOOTS is to hand, and WE INVITE INSPECTION, of the following . new lines MEN'S MIflITARY COSSACKS For the Mallee. LADIES' 3-BAR SHOES, GLACE DERBY SHOES ADA BALMORALS. Children's and Infants' BOOTS and SHOES. BEN. OKE, 0KE-ST., OUYEN. (C, MADF: IN_?., ANDEWS STVE A1 ??3~" ? | ? " ~-. 4 \ 4-'.?5i -~ i, -r :¢-"= t : ;# -,. - .-.. . ? ? ' .: I I',T.a US ,A-?I ?LGUEg P"EE" ? WRITEAT[OIICE. : cAD V ., E OU YEN HOTEL -----OJY EN. G. D. BROWN, Proprietor. A' tCO(,.MIODATION TH!E IlESF. CUISINE PERFECt. THIS House is under entirely Newv MIan agementc, and the Proprietor wiil see that you have every Comfuort and the Best of Attention. Oily the lecst I;rauds Of WINES. SOFT DRINKS, CORDIALS, ANp CIGARS STOCKED. Good Stabling. Attentive Groom. If youn reqrure acrommoiation...

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The Conscription Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

'The Corscription Issue. There was a goudJy gatlheiri?:g' . the Public Hall on Friday night to listen to the argumentS in favor of volti, Ye:s at the Reeret' duim on Saturd~v- week. Cr.. H, W\V. Piuker iung piecided, a?.,d a ruubeir or prounli nett residents o(f the district took seats on the platform. Proceedings opened . with the Na tional Authem, and thena the chAir man stated the mt-eeti;ng ht?i beenr called at the requesct of the Prime Minister, who also r.sked theit a struong committee be fortred to thcr oughly orirrnise ed.c *cairV-c; the die t:ict in falvor of eorscription. lie first cf all spciooised for the absen::ee of Messrs. Sampson, Mf.P., and Gray, M1.L.A., who-had hbee:n called to the country just at th:at time. [As :a matter of lact, these gentlemen were at Lake 8o0ea addressing a tmeerting there the sam nigh:t.--Ed.L] U a.l so apologised for the aibsence of Cr. Farrell, whose increasing years made it hard for him to conier out at night. "ie sa., it, was usually a c...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

Make It a Habit.-Make it one of your regular habits to keep Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Reiody in your home as a safegtiard against a sudden attack of bowel complaint. It is 'cerbutt to be needed sooner or later and when the time comes it will be needed badly, it will be needed Iquickly. Sold by all storekeepers. D .e To Climate -Nowhere are there more sudden and ctreme changes in tem perature ~than illn Australia, We often ex perience the c!l:iate of three different seu sons in oneday;, with the resuit that many people contract cold in-tha stomach and boweei, causing great pain and suffering. There is nothing that vill relieve this suf Tcri;ng so quickly as Chamberlain's Colic an;d Diarrhbea Remedy. This remedy is the best medicine in the world for the Irelief qf bowel complaint in all its forms. It has never been knovwn to fail. Sold by all storekeepers. Sick Headache results from a disordered stomach and is quickly relieved by Cham berlain's Tablets. The attack may be warde...

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WHAT CONSCRIPTION MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

( B'P CONSCPuIP"ION MEANS. - 1 ':m, )1a of Austr:lia tod;,. .e':!:;eiam which will mke every. -? I o:;t woml.r: tbink-and they :e ,:til t1!e 28th inst. to do .so. ., :,[nister Hughes tells us to 6: Ye.% but he has forgotten to tell g.',., is L,:ing t~o take the place of ! :;- ;:vs he is sending to death. ) inuigh.s s:tid. on July 16 of last -,r, t:::t h. wuid not send a m:oan c" tum c .untry to fight against his I. la is now evidenz th.S Billy Ih!hs h;: rn::de the bitgest blunder db' iif . if Conscriptiou wins on he28. Bily -IugIhes will still be '.i::.- ii.t-'r, hus not of "a W hits A-:rs:t; t ..i:I be a colored race. h? s:; wnihit take away- the men lhjhae ibult ip Australia Wrill bring ik .: ,w :.d bhkI te .of a!i desirip i.: ;}:' "' i pI , s :t a few shil .. w k. Is t?iere ?cn Aurtr:iian I,.a wao '-i :.i vote Yes on the 28th? .!v . o:, if rh.-.y a-re true to their :try. It minu be N?o to save a ,:; A us'r di'? from being overrun lto:,, bibes~e anid Kanatk:ts. Your., ctC., • . FR...

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Mallee Lands Let. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

Hallee Lndas Lat. The followring are the successful applicants for allot.ments deals with by Local Land Board which sat re cenitly at Opyeo, Woomelaug and other centres:-Parish of Boulka, ,i lot. 46, J. W. Baker. Parish of Car warp West, allot. 15, E. W. Birkin. Parish of Dering, allot. 44, H. Denice. Parish of Gnarr, allot. 12, E. William son. "Parish of Kia, allot. 3, J. AL. Lawler; allot. 12, G. C. Cl?ayton; allot. 22,'E. A. Lockwood. Parish of Larndel, allot. 20, E. P. Stokes. Pirish of Mamengoro3ck, allo.s. 4 a'nd 11; E. Hummel; alor.. 12, T. K. S. Summers Parish of Myall, allois. 29 and 29a, Nulo Kara. Parish of Nyrabby, allot. 7, B. P. Redoath. Parish of Ouypo, allIot. 44, T. Short ridge; allot. 49, B. A. Caldow. Part ish of Paignie, allot. 37, J. Hoist. Parish of Patchewollock, allots. 24 and 25, E. R. A. Darby. Parish of Piangil WVest, allot. 8; J. Mlorris; al lots. 11 and 19, B. W. L. Griflith. Parish of Pier Milan, aiot. 17, W.G. Hyettt, Parish of Prooiuga, allot. 43, F. ...

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The Returned Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

The 1turned Soldier. Te S ;e WVr Council is institu Sa vio:ous campaign on behaf, of arre! s,!ilers. 'The men who left lse ho:es to fighs for King and m:try, are now returning, and the ation aries a~ s they are discharged a t. find the:nm employment. Em t-,r::n ail tirrts of the State are. -::i b' t',: Counci to remember ir ciai', a:nd to realise that those Scoamiug h.!ck, bhave been disehar i, becmus.: tr'ey are pbysicallty un ;o remaii a soldier. This aspect tie case is of deeo significance, as ishows plainly they are incapable of vy or laborious work, so employ a, of a light ;urture is manda-tory. Aman wh: bas heen under hospital etnmeunt requires months of iigbht nplroymeun beore he wilL be fitted ?take his place agmin on the same ting as when he enlisted, to'say hi: of hle large numbers who re otce c .pab!e men, but will never ainu able to work at the trade yorimin.lly followed. For the lat , unsklul d labor is the only open i3,d im ic coufidently antiiptted the SYt:e Wr COaune...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

THE CONCER.T. Never before did-it seem so neces sary to enlarge the spacious public hmll as in the evening when the crowd gathered to enjoy the gloriours entertaitrment? rovided by the Soci ety. Piracrons ' had been promised a treat-and tey got it. From the mment the pi'ers led the chief to the stage to the final fall of the cur tain, every item found not only ap preci:trion, buht undeniable encores. MLuch artisti vied with the other in i:ssuring a hearty welcome on any future occasion that they mnay visit Ouyen, and ceyond tlhat criticism is useless. Arthur Douglas quite up held his reputlatiou as Austratlia's ri val to Lauder, while Carl Merlynivo's burlesque conjuring proved a mn:st aecceptable item. Miss Lillian Cox, M.iiss Cooke, :nd Miss Posuer each scored most uudeniably,? and the So ciety certainly enhanced its popular ity by th:e fare provided. The audi ence was easily the largest; ever held within the four w,-.!s ot the buIding, anr:d fully 100 people had to he re fsedl ad...

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Absent Yoting At The Referendum. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

-baent Yotig A? The Ref[ The'Chiej Eiectorsi Officor for tihe Corntnonrwealt!h ('ir.. R. Oidham) desireBs o impress upbn electors wvho, in pursuance of theirhvocations or of some arrangements into which they have entered, wiil not be in any Com monwes~th elector'ate on 2'.th. in:t., that they may vote at any time prior to 6p.m. on 27th. inst. helore an elee tor;aY registcar as absent roter, on making the prescribed declaration. H.e points out for the infcr:nation of those concerned thit Commnwealthh divisional returning oflicers are, mn ong others, electoral registrrs, an,. that if any elector going tbrod or who will bhea6t sea in any co:s'i:t vessel, or from :-ny Oth-r cau.e, wil not bie in any Commonwealth ele,;to rate on the 28th. OQctob- is uunabl to vote before t to ia reZistrar, Sach elector may personaily :ttend :ts the office of anry regis~iart eitheir :. his, or her, port of emB;arka.tio, or ·!sewhete as may be mo~t convenient Special arrangetments have heen)made fur ;the a...

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Caledonian Gathering. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 18 October 1916

,aledonian Gathering. A PRONOUTNCED SUCCESS. The Highland sports _ gathering promoted by Ovyeu Ctaledonian So ciety, and held on Wednesday, was unanimously voted by atl concerned a suncess. It w:s so ething to be proud cf, for owin. to the abondmal errcumstanuces :t presen~ t prevailing, i. requires a good dea~l of fortirtude to venture on anything o?t of the ordin acry. P ior to t.he eubreak of the war, Ca!edonia Socieities eaxited in a gre: ' umber of centres, hut now, Llds, tihev cre few. Why? Well, mostly neo'une the grc:~t majority of the enthusiasts are ether at the front (min: y; unfortuna:teiy, never to lretulr') or vepr, much concernted[ as to the weifa'r~e of thosa' who are to nob!'y doing their .mtre. There was a certain amount of opposition t·o the S:,therinog being heid at Onyen, but after the next iaee?ing 6f the council of the soiety we thnhik that opposi tion will feel a twinge of regret. For weeks priJr to the day, strenuous work had ~Oeen ittndulged in, and rhe v.e...

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