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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 March 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co. Coaohbuilders). New and Up-to-date Premises now open. Spacious Diuiug-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance," Eiquors, all of the Best. Tariff Moderate. Good Stabliug, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. w. ditchbvjrn, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TULE1'HON1 r^XCHANGE, DONALD At the request of several of our sub scribS! we again publish the full List or, ^Subscribers and the public grow""' would do ^ll to cut the list outand keep S!""re [°rB.aeseIBaker. Wood Street. Commission Agents; and Priv»te Residence. ' ' -lik! Private Residence, Wonds St 49 .I.II. Boldeu, Implement Maker, Wood. - St; and Private Residence. 25 C.- Bourke, Banyena Rd. 30 P. lionrko, Parmer. ■'3 Dr. I- Calhoun. ~9 Chellew and Wilson. Ie«'e'le - 56 W. Cox, Residence, Houston St- o 54 H. Gumming, Rich Avon Wes , 14 Piffev <fc Son, Flour M"'- . 42 Donald Hotel, (W. DitchbumV 16 El...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 March 1916

BEAUTY COMES FROM WITHIN It matters not liow beautiful the fea tures, how perfect the figure, or how flossy or redundant tho hair, no woman can look r"ally pretty or attractive it lier face betrays a disordered digestive appar atus. A yolloiv sickly faun is incompatible with any womanly charm Thero are cases known whero ladies have .suffered ill silence tor years from sickening liver and stomach complaints, simply because they were tmabln to withstand the weak ening and racking propensities of the ordinary purgative medicines In such cases I^ixo-Tonic 1'ills maybe taken with utmost eontidenee, for they noiLhor unduly pnrgo no do thoy weaken. These Pills have heon known to brinj; the rotes to a girl's cheeks which had been absent for years Prieo Is and L's Obtain able Everywhere Mr David Mitchell died at Lilly clale on Saturday. His eldest daughter is Madame Melba, the celebrated prima ctonua.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 March 1916

•ATT.miMH cmvealtb at SustraKa r :i r.A I' UKKIti; ' SYDNEY I .r.'.'c!; Cs 5i era I Banking- Business prftlPpai I CITIES and TOWN3 of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON a * r;-r.'{*;:vt.cTtv ina:le 10, azid draft* drr.vn on forelg-Q places direct. Foreifa bills 3 - ■. • 't i .1 «•<! mjt> c-dKm^ciI. Lvi!*»r* of crMit issued lo fttir part of the world, {j i of every dc*:ription transacted within the Commonwealth, | - I'ii.-.-i itMtx'lom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid oa fixed depoiitfl. 3 ;iu.dtr atainrii approved securities. I Savsngs Bank Department » wGf»Af«CHeS in the chief centres and AGENCIE6 at over a . Post Offices Interest at ^o/ 'i' if. % T.T 2550 '» Australia perannum ®/e g * *Cu>jK>3it Papua up to £300 9 INTI'KsTATK and 1NTIT.NA7IONAL 5>ivTin£fl I>*nk Facilities nKS'S^K MIU.KR. Oowner^ Lyric Picf.m?«s Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As tbe management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropolit...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 March 1916

Liberal Cash Advances ^ made upon ensuing Clips, ©nd all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce. MEtLBoyiawE. sales on commission. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAMP Careful Valuations, & FINANCE C°- LTD Highest Prices:, and Prompt Returns. South Kensington William Street MELBOURNE SCu ° Tj "f sr? Terv liable In c.iith iiidren 7w; tr go m all v,-Miners— 1 1JJJ"L """"" 0ften liavin^ to pit in school with Tret feet. Apart from this, they are always !;:ce to ucL* with the risk, from infection—especially when epidemics of Whooping (Joui>h, Measles Diphtheria, Influenza. etc., ;tre about. Mothers of School Boys and CJirls hovrever tan be always i'RttJi of AWIhTl if they have .1 bi'llle of in the house, as one Hose of this IVledicinc at the first indication of a "cold will at once "nip in bud" what niijtht otheewise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Croup, Golds on the Chest The REMEDY with the REPUTATION. From all CHEMISTS anil STORE...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 March 1916

7'jic lixuiteuwul iinndoiit to travelling ants e£«.n<{e of food ami water often brings oil diari'lif^i/'• an J 110 one fhould leave liome without, J)o(.tle of Chamberlain's Colic an<l Diarrhoea *£suiedy Theintensa pain which frequently uceouipinies this complaint will bo relinked by one dosh, while it.seldom takes more tlian a cp^ple of doses to completely chock the diarrhoea £pld by Uapnjib Bros GEItM DISEASES When you liavo a bad cold, culture beds that fav<u- the Development of germs fouu in tho throat That is why a child is more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold Pneu monia is also a germ disease and is con tracted mi a similar manner The longer the cold hangs ou the greater the danger Chamberlain's Cough Romedy being an expectorant cleans out these culture beds, and iu that way prevents pneumonia and other germ diseases Sold by Hannah Bros. Mr A. G. Bennett leaves for Melbourne on Monday. Mr Bennett has only recent...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916 WINNING THE GREAT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 March 1916

The Donald Tinje^ With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough Times. Friday, March 31, 1916 WINNING THE GREAT WAR. We are facing the early part of 1916 i fraught with unusual activities, ) loud alarms, strange and compelling emotions, and financial uncertain ties. The Europeau struggle has disturbed the normal equilibrium, but it has also (iu certain quarters) made the excuse for a degree of disturbance both unnecessary and untenable for the analytic minds of those citizens whose patriotism /eco°nises but one inalterable pur poseaud goal: the winning of this war. The question of applying drastic methods of restraint to per sons residing in Australia (who are of "alien enemy origin") either from a personal or financial aspect, has racked the brains of British Cabinet officials, and for many mouths has been the most debatable subject before che House of Com mons. Until Prime Minister Hughes attacked the problem of metal con centrates, enemy trading, trade marks, co...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yaharra Singh's Case. HE INJUSTICE RESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

jYaliarra Singh's Case. K INJUSTICE RESENTED. hi our Vast issue we referred to.j is case, and since then we have j tn informed that Yabarra Sin;.'ii i to have his case brought bt fore j e iJefecce department i>y Mr j 'tiinr Rodgers, to whom , ^ injustice of the treatment iuct<:d i it to him lias made strong appeal. j m Inuian l'ellow subject presented j fflsdf at the recruiting depot in j orsiiam, was accepted, passed the I'Clor, and attended, as ordered,■ to ; port himself at a later date. In t meantime he had sold off all bis :longings, and had given orders r of his pay to be donated eekly to the Red Cross Fund, and itiently and patriotically awaited structious to procee.d to camp, iie next intimation he received is that he was not wauled because - was not of European parentage, •appears, however, that 14 natives mtoa have been accepted for pvicc to fight for the Empire, tUe put as bis father did before liihi, if an exception is to be made i l Lis case, and a new dep...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Voyage to Japan. SOME NOTES ON THE TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

A Voyage to Japan. Li* ^tes_on the trip I have been asked to write a page [or tivo, for publication in the Don laid "Times," concerning a-very pleasant voyage to Japan a couple of veais ago. hi complying with the request, I trust (writes "Nomad") [that tliete few notes will give as ouch pleasure to those who read ' than as it has to the one who has j mitten ihem. We hoarded the Nip pun Vuie" Kaisba liner, the "Ku M'iru," a tine vessel of some ] five thousand tons-, at Sydney. The •ovage to Thursday Island was ex- j juis'ne. At the time of our visit [he fleet owned by some large pearl Ming company was in the harbor, I full large quantities of peari shell I - forwarded to Europe, | lii'uit sandalwood. obtained from ■jpj Vork Peninsula, was being iii'l'.pa! to the ports of China. FIRST PORT OF caix. i'icr leaving Thursday Island, the e^e! iveiitled its way through the j Ic-Iiicca Islands and the Celebes nd Mir.clora seas, finally arriving at [anil!:', tlle capital of tbe Phillip. i,;L....

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

j GOOD FOB TUB WUOU: fJJ | The fame of Chamberlain's^f /' <ly is world wide. It fe £ ■•§ seated cough of ati adu.'t or!"^| children. Tiia A'Hiio bo'tl? j whole family. It is moti&p children that most apprcisj^ J lata's Cough Iyoiiil'Jv. -irll' to persuade them to uso toy uiediuiue after having =eefl!1; J ■'Hid edVciiw! itwami t-:i' and s;tfj tu take. Sold '>>' For Chronic Chest C^J Wood's Great peppera8" f

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Boys' Tea at [?] REALISES NEARLY [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

Our Boys' Tea at I* REALISES NEARLY __ On Saturday afternoon' of the Douakl Red Cros-" conducted an Our Ho)V ft j George's Hall, Tiie tea'-f ducted on American !k~\'§ the tieiv idea was aftetifcf success is proved by tfce kg the sum of/19 7s M &>! There was a good atten^l dies, auri the laajority^ a'ong a gift, which were the stalls, aud then saM way the sum of j3'J raised, which must be Hi^j most satisfactory. was also provided, and '^'"J ISs 6d.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sports and Pastion DONALD RIFLE CL[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

Sports and Pasfe DONALD RIFLE CW Trophy shooting was rev the local range on Weta* teruoon, when several as the Donald Club coapil>-: spoon. The weather c« were not good, only four - the shoot. The scores fffi: wx> 5'.0 J. H. Jioldea $ if O. Keith -J ?: J. Phillips J * S. G. Mcl'heii'on " Shooting will be continued^ desday afternoon. ^r' trophy will be competed1'1 afternoon of Easter Moiwv

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

Local and General News! Lyric Pictures.—The star pic ture at St George's Hail on Saturday evening was tbe Reliance drama, "Added Fuel," which was well received. "Gold in the Crock," a Lublin drama, also went well, as did the Selig drama, "Hearts of the Juugle." Wku Done !—Iu our last issue we referred to the knitting record of Mrs Farrell, of Laen. Now, we are informed that another Laen lady in the person of Mrs William Coats has knitted 40 pairs of sox, besides making a quantity of shirts, pyjarna suits, and pillow slips. Any more records? Sale at Laen.—Messrs W. A. Morgan aud G. M'Kechnie & Co. will conduct a genuine clearing sale at the reidence of Mr Jas. Byrne, of Laen, on Wednesday, April 12. Mr Byrne is leaving the district, and has leased his laud. Tbe goods to' be offered include machinery, im plements, stock, harness, and fur niture. *1* «;» V •!■ ».* The Ocean Grove House, near Queenscliff, contains 70 large rooms —all on the ground floor, iu two acres, overlookiu...

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Donald P. & A. Socie COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

!>ona!dP.&A.So[. C0M.MITTB1. mketijk The monthly meeUugoi.. A. Society was bold v »■ ' Geo-e Iiolei on Saw ^ noon, when there wer- '"s Messrs Pearse, H s tk ^ Eetcher. Cruickshauk ifi* ?• "organ, Hcp^S, iff ^^ w,ig In the absence of thf r-' and vice-president Pope and Hepwortii' J.L Pearse act as chai2U 1 he minutes were readani-i ted on the motion of )K~ worth aud Tom Pope. ' 5" 1 he Shire of Karkaros- - protesting against theacfc vVfleat Commission iti reduc'-l transferable value oi wbja*-< low Is 6d, and is of op® such action is inimiciil tot'-^ interests of the farming co^ aud will result in a great dejp scrip finding its fca^dofspsaC —Received. lhe Shire of Karkatooc^::;. pressing the opinion that wQ local consumption should b;V by the Government at Loai~! ity. and then sold to the q£ the price fixed by the Conf Ministers of Agricultures. Mr Thomas l'rout Web'e missioner or Taxes, n-rofe'q that the figures of one calends are being accepted. Inacc able numb...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Society. MEETING THIS EVENING.' [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

Red Cross Society. MEETING THIS EVENING.' We desire to remind our readers, more especially the male fraternity, that the adjourned meeting, of the Red Cross Society, convened by tbe Shire President, will be held this evening at the Shire Hall Last Tuesday evening Messrs T. W. Cantwell, S. J. Wortley,.',aud A.P Scliafer were the only gentlemen, besides the representatives- of the local press, who attended the meet-' iug, which had been welljidvertised in both local newspapers. .The Shire President referred to the absence of gentlemen from these meetings last Tuesday evening, and it is to be hoped a greater number will allow their prior engagements to lapse, and make it their business to attend, and help the ladies along in a go.)d cause. It is not necessary to ask the ladies to attend—they evidently recognise that it is their, duty to do all in their'power, which is great, to make the name of the Donald Society one to be proud of in the Red Cross circles of the State. With commendabl...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
War Vision in France TERMINATION in Jun[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

War Vision in F 1 ii anre TERMINATION^ ;:,V A St Arnaud la^- . • trance a couoh oi' friends when sCT^ that it was iev<nie<i trlt" war would endi,,^. ' lady is quite saii^ 'Km- ' in her own mind, ^ receive a sad shoskiitj^ not oorue out. iK, cruitmgisstinbei^ ' ih* at St. Arnaud. as are not relied upo„ta^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Voice from Egypt, [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

A Voice from Egypt, In a letter to Mr J. P. Morgan, of Donald, Private N. Teichelmann states that he is attached to the D Company, 22nd Battalion, and is now in Egypt. Both Walter and Hector Small are in this battalion. Private Teicklemaun, who was at tached to the "Times" staff, also met Alex Scott, who is in'the 21st Battalion, and several other Donald boys, all of whom are in the best of health and jovial spirits.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

I ===== I SCHOOL DAYS. ! School days should be days of health' ; happiness, aud steady development, but ; to many delicate, sickly children, they are : days of suffering. Jf your children are ! weeks and sickty, constantly retarded in 1 their work and growth by coughs and | colds, they cannot study with profit, and thoy cannot grow into, healthy men and women. A cold in the head unfits any child for lessons, and the constant cough of a child not only weakens the one, but distracts the attention of all the others. Dr Sheldon's Now Discovery is a safe aud certain remedy for children's, winter I I ills, and has brought health and strength to thousands of sickly children. It can j bo relied upon to check the cold so quickly i that tlie rosy cheeks have no time to grow ■ pale, and the little brain remains clear | and sensitive for the day's study. No ! coughidg at night when Dr Sheldon's ! New Discovery has been taken before bed ! time, but deep refreshing sleep to fit the 1 children for...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Cattle Market [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

Local Cattle Market - Mr W. A. Morgan repprts :—The special sale of cattle held ■■ at our ; yards on Friday last wa.s fairly successful, and for allfound quality was the best yarding of cattle ever | held iu this district. Splendid pens of prime heavy-height bullocks, prime light-weight bullocks and steers,.,' heavy prime covys: aud heifers, also prime calves. ; There was also yarded a lot of veiy for ward stores, 'mostly heifers, back, ward iu calf. All forward springers sold well at full market rates. The total yarded was 145 head, half being sold at full market rates. The .market was dull, and. Owing to the Melbourne markets having for tbe last 'four weeks. kept falling each sale, our outside buyers did not turn up in the usual full strength. The top price of the market was a beautiful' cow just calved, yarded by Mr W. La very, and bought by Mr W. Goldsmith for £21 5s. Prime middleweight bullocks made j£1S'; light prime steers made £ 13 ; prime cows made to £10 10s; "forward spri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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King Comedy Killed AT BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

King Oomedy KiHed AT BACCHUS MARSH. King Comedy, one of the best greyhounis in Australia, whilsf being exercised at Bacchus Marsh by his owner, Mr G Mtiir, slipped his collar, and chased a hare. The dog dashed into a wire feuce, and his neck was broke The dog wasn't insured, and bis owner had refused ,£500 for him. Kiug Comedy had won ,£1100 in stakes, including the Australian Waterloo Cap, the Inter State Test two years in succession, tbc Donald and'Chiruside Cups.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Provincial Intelligence. WATCHEM [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

Provincial Intelligence. WiS/EClSESlME The official opening of the bazaar in aid of the Watchem Red Cross Society will take place at S o'clock on the evening of Friday 7ch iost. The following is a list of stalls and stall holders:— Fancy Stall—Mesdames W. Blair and J. Richiuoud and Miss Spicer. Novelty Stall—Mesdatnes Mit chell aud Cartwright. Kitchen Stall—Ivlesdames P. Coanellan and Wembridge. Fruit and Sweets Stall—Misses E. Blair and J. McErvale. Produce Stall—Mesdames J. Blair aud F. Clarke. ' Refreshments—Mesdames Borden T. Melican, O'Reilly, J. Borden, T. Counellan, J. Connellan, and Misses Naughtou, B. McErvale, M. Moore. Flower Stall—Mrs A. Rankin aud Miss Richmond. Bran Pie1—Miss Dickie. Hoop-la—Messrs C. Bairstowe and W. McErvaie. Spinning Jenny—Miss M. Mac Ervale. Shootiug Gallery—Mr Gilchrist. Butcher's Shop—Mr McQuinu. Pockets—Miss Gracie Blair. Messrs A. Johnson, M. Conneilau, J. Bordeu, and j. E. Colbert will supervise the drawing of the raffles.

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