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CORACK EAST [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 April 1916

CORACK B&3T A farewell was accorded Privates Ray Barber, Don McCalluui, Do a Baddock, Fred Baddock, Gordon Grant, and Frank Carlaud on Fri day evening, when heaps of wishes for good luck were showered upon them Great interest is being taken in telephone matters, and when these lines are completed Corack will be brought in touch with busy towns not now connected. Privates Steve Perry, Les Dines, Herbert Perry, and G. Goodlands, of Corack East, are to embark for Europe this week. "Letter Night and Electrical Sur prises" was the . syllabus for the last meeting o? the I.O.R. Lodge. A letter, vividly describing the laud ing at the Dardanelles, was read from a former member. Mr J. Boom has secured the contract for delivering the mails be tween Wycheproof and Corack East tri-weekly for 12 months, commenc ing next Saturday. The mail will run on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, leaving Corack East at 9 a.m. arriving at Wycheproof at 11.30 a.m. ; departingfrom Wyche at 5.50, arrivin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

milk in powder form IJT Uicho liarj times every housowifo must economise. I find Trufootf Powdered Milk .1 blessing in our liouse it is a real money saver. Tims wroto a grateful lady, and Iior experience has been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have been using Powderrd Milk fur a considerable period. The sys tem by which pure cow's milk is converted into powder form may well be considered one of tko marvellous inventions of mod ern times. Tlio patent rights wur secured by si Victorian Company, anil the build ings and plant were erected at tiluuormis ton (in the centre of tho far-faued Western District) at a cost of about j/f50,000. Every precaution is tsken to obtain pure fresh milk, and tho supply is drawn from a radius of about four miles only. The dairymen deliver milk each morning and evening, and then within two or three hours tho milk is converted into powder. It is packed iu tins ready for market; in this form, the uiilk retains its freshness and purity. Al...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Commomw!tl'^feJankorIu0{mIia HEAD OFFICE ^aa>*£r^" SYDNEY QesDeral IBapaEsiPig' B&asiraess principal CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LOHDOH C*bl» remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and Exchange Rusinefii of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, Unitod Kingdom and abroad. Cur/cot account* opaned. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advance* made against approved sicurities. SsivS^gs Bairs^ ©epartirs'se^t BRANCHES in tho chief centres and AQENCIE8 at over -a- . ,ID^ a i-«r f—i«i Poot Offices Interest at *$a/ 1/. 255© in Australia per annum O/o I Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Saving Bank Facilities JAKES KELi.. IMpntr fi.iT.njor, PRSN«.<X Mll.tKB. B.wraor^ =33>C! Lyric Picturfts j Under local direction. St. George's Hall. j Every Saturday Night.I As the management have made j arrangements for...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

WHAT'S THE REASON. There are scores of people who drag out a miserable existence with out realising the cause of their suf fering. Day after day they are racked with backache and head ache ; suffer from uervousuess, diz ziness, weakness, laugour and de pression. Perhaps the kidneys have fallen behind in their work of filtering the blood and that may be the root of the trouble.- Look to your kidneys, assist them in their work—give them the help they need. You can use no mere highly recom mended remedy than Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills endorsed by people all over the country. . Mrs J. Rowe, Dundas Street, St Arnaud, says :—"For over three years I was a'"martyr to backache. Sometimes I was much worse than others, but I was always.conscious of the pain eveu at the best of times. There was a dreadful cutting agony in the small of the back that also made itself felt in the shoulders and in the loins. At times it prevented me doing my work, and I would be prostrated. Picking up a paper on...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS AT A GLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

NEWS AT A GLANCE. During the month of March prosecutiorfs for noti-snro/^ient on the Commoiioeaith lil-cioraj Roil have been earned citl within &y I Division of Wimm?ra, ;aui cun.viV->, tions have been secured at Donald,, :| Minyip, Rainbosv, Sea Like, :i <{ j Warracknaheal. It, therefore, b- j hoves all citizen?, bmen ;nd ' women' whu haver-ached the :;i>e ! of 21, to ascertain i'fjb^y are c .t-j rectly enrolled. It not, '.Jsira car ls j may b obtained at any post <jtfice, j or from any electoial register.. These prosecutions are j.nstitut i., . without intermission, throughout ! the year, and (or their own pro jection people should attend to tnss matter of enrolment, which can be 'effected in a few moments and with out any trouble.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Donald Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Donald Police Court. At Lho Donald Police Court uu Wed nesday, James !•'. Conn, aged 46 years, i was charged on wan-ant with having obtained 2! Is Gd from Walter Parkinson at Kochester un March Sth by means of a valueless cheque. It appears that after passing th« cheque, Conn left the district, and no trace could be found of him until arrested at Donald on Tuesday. He came to Donald oil April 3rd, and immediately set to work to pass other valueless cheques. He borrowed three blank clieijno forms from local publicans, and uegetiatpd two, one mi Jlr [). A. Byrne, | of ihe Grand Central hole], fur ,{.'2, and | another for £'2. 5s ou Sirs ltosewarno, of the Racecourse hotel. Tb" cheques were drawn on t'»o National Bank, Stawell, | aim National Hank, Rupanvup, but there is no branch of that institution at either place, and llie cheque was theieby proved valueless The result was that a complaint was lodged with the police, am: Senior constable; Mahoney and Constable Bowden arrested accuse...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

GOOD FOE THE WHOLF. FAMILi ! The fame of Chamberlain's Cough rema- ' dv is world wide II is good for Ihe deep .seated cough of an adult or the croup of . .children Tho uame bo'tle serves the ; wiiole family. It is mothers of young 1 cUiKlreu most appreciite Chamber- ' laiir's (Joysi'. Remedy, and it is not easy • to persuade i'ljen; to iiae any other cough ; medicine after Irvine £een how prompt and effectual it is and tka^ k js pleasant ' and safe to take.^Sold by Ua.ua

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

SCHOOL DAYS. :iiool days should be days of health -mpyiness, and steady development, but to many delicate, sickly children, they are days of suffering. It your children are webs and sickly, constantly retarded in Iter work and growth by coughs and colds, they cannot study with profit, and they cannot grow into healthy men aud 'onion. A cold in tlio head unfits any eliiM for lessons, and the constant cough I a child not only weakens the one, but distracts the attention of all the others. Dr Sheldon's New Discovery is a safe and certain remedy for children's winter 'lis, and baa brought health and strength t" thousands of sickly children. It can to relied upon lo cheek tho cold so quickly that tile rosy cheeks havo no time to puff pale, and the little brain remains clear aid sensitive for the day's study. No wughidg at night when Dr Sheldon's Discovery has been taken bef ore bed but deep refreshing sleep to fit the children for another day of school. Or Sheldon's Now Discovery has be ...

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, April 7, 1916 THE SILAGE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Th? Ceroid Tirp? With which is incorporated the | Don.\u> Express aiul Lands- j BOROOOH TlMBS. Friday, April 7, 1916 THE SILAGE SYSTEM. j In view of the fact that the pros ; perity of Australia is to a large extent dependent ou the live stock industry, any system of provision that can minimize the disastrous I effects of bad seasons will always be woithy of consideration. Reserves of dry fodder will not suffice when droughts prevail, for all ruminants require a certain amount of juicy food. Silage attains this object simply by preserving the fodder in the same condition as when it was cut in the field. In Victoria, in the past, preservation of stock has been largely attempted by the ordinary method of haymaking, but this method has an outstanding disad- ' vantage in that it sacrifices all the natural juices of the food, which cannot be made good by the sub sequent addition of water. It is by the combination of the dry and suc culent fodder that the greatest amount of nutriment is...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Immediate Necessity. A FARMERS' UNION, [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

"J immediate Necessity. A FARMERS' UNION, j T. haij., Melbourne. ,|.e farmers ;ecognise_ that in ,li*s of oiganisation- and f they ore the only COVn" i„ tbe community uuorga gf.,3 lacking the benefits of 1 ■ > look abouV and the J'illL's will see every other section a„d directly or indirectly °VvU them. How much longer S' tbe primary producers.of the. "'i0„ tolerate this unequal and> iiauon - ! unfair condition of things? Not ; iimcb, because they are feeling the pinch of (he cost of these operations against tbera and of their own failure to combine. Certain events, through the ne-1 ccs.-!ities of the war, have inspired socialists, and others who care little or nothing for the primary pro ducers, with the hope that fixing of die prices of rural products will become the settled policy of the country after the war. They reason that if wages are fixed by Ian- so should prices of food. ' The bottom is knocked out of this logic by actual facts. Wages aie never "fixed." Certainly an...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

I Local and General News The Ocean Grove House, near Queenseliff, contains 70 large rooms —all on the ground floor, in two acres, overlooking thij bay. Fimi lies or parties of friends can engage suites of rooms. Meals optional. Ideal spot for children. Ooquet, tennis, golf, billiards, and fishing. Terms are strictly moderate. Tele phone or write for particulars to I-I. Cbisholm.— Advt. A Young Absconder.—During, the early part of March a lad, aged 12, named Ernest Alfred Cox ab sconded from St Augustine's Orph age, Geelong, and, after evading the police at Maryborough and Dunolly, he turned up at the farm of Mr Letcher, and asked for a job ! The police weie informed, and the ' young absconder, who was making for Mildura, was arrested by Constable Bowden, and taken back to Geelong. A New Business.—Mrs Charles Smith has now opened up in busi uess as a fruiterer and confectioner in the premises until recently occu pied by Mr. Geo. Lees in the M. E. Morgan Buildings, Donald Mvs Smith ha...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Will' SUSTEli WITH ECZEMA. '■Vhy Loss on your bed at night, and scratch your burning skin ? Although Kczcina is tho most common of all skin diseases, and often results from a trifling exposure to heat or cold, do not under estimate its danger. It often becomes chronic, causes dreadful suffering, and disfigurement, and even blindness, deaf ness, or loss of hair. Rexona, the Eapid Healer, is a dire enemy to Eczema, as well as to all other skin disoascs. Rex~na will make your skin healthy, destroy the germs of the diseaso for ever, and cause the building up of new skin tissue. A hot bath with Rexona Soap, gentle anointing with Rex ona Ointment, a pleasant treatment result, sleep quietly, si; in soothed aud healed, while soon all trace of tile disease leaves you: You are healthy, Eczema yields to tho powerful healing influences of Rnxona, the Rapid Healer. Price, Is 6d aud 3s. Ootainable everywhere. The monthly meeting of the Do ald Fire Brign.de was held on Tues day evening. For Chroni...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Liberal Advances upon ensuing Clips and all consignments of Wc Grain, and Produce. ^BEL©©UKK1I SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LARD C°- Lm Stores: South Kensington William Street MELBOURNE COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medicine to Very Young Children and, in many cases the hesitation is quite justifiable; but the Public need not have any fear about HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hcarne who is a RLGIS FERED CHE.MIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fa<5t that HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN] ^ .ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS and COLDS iipffll k «#ii\ i- tei k m /-Jt? % o 0 o © Adjustable Lounge Chair, ■troDg and comfortable - Odd cS^,,B.g CW ^ ^ Eight-Fiece Oak Dining Suite, massive frames in solid oak, upholstered in best quality Pantasote, to clear at j-**!hcr Dira...

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Home Missions PROFESSOR MUDD'S [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Home Mission* PROFESSOR The Donald MethodiaCfc* in<j its annual effort on lictuili .■Mission .Society mi Sundays succeeding uveniiii,'--- Tk* this year is the genial and xt'j Chris Mudd, F.L.S. Mr »» younger clays, was chosen «» the late King Kdwaril Wales. Mr Jludd's tra^-U tc that appointuiont, and s'ncs.,f visited most parts of the derful fund of incident--a- .. the outcome of his wnrlu ings, makes his lectures ea** terestins and popular, WD1. ready wit insures many a his audiences. A tlioio«S" with France and German?,i ^ French and German peoples his lecture on the war 'n;,rE'.T lnuihiatiug, and no one shM-»j opportunity of getting fre:!ii£| engrossing subject.; The I«tc to everybody, ami tliere sIjouIJ audience to face Mr MuiM CI; evening. The offering isoat£ Home Mission Society, the£«•' tary of which is the well-too*1* tar Chaplain-General of oar Rev. Colouel A. T. HoMe°> I motto of the society is ^ cord," and its aim is to Mp®' find children, irrespective offfj...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

THE BEST COUGH Kti® | _ When you have a coiigl' 'J ! yield to other treatment j,tjs ( Chamberlain's Cougli Btun&f'.S been pronouueed ''the best sj f has giv.-n permanent romodies had failed. Remedy is pleasant to established reputation *v,I! '"I work. Sold by Hauuah Bros. JS Sir Goo Lugg, representati^/jl drapers, tailors, etc, Bridie j "'ill visit Donald ou April l:» and M. »n.l >»»> *T a I at i.i curve's Ilnll s"J'Fr r"'I Jlr John Aiuadiu, till." ted Donahl with Jfiss .« ■ seriously iiJ in Melbourne. For Cn»'oaic Ch tCofflpJa,II'Li Weed'* Great cpptsrnliB' |

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Markets[?] GRAY & SON'S RE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

The Markets, GRA\ & SON'S REP; Messrs W. H. Gray k~M .a fairly good demand i-f cattle and horses still ei« sales have been made as ii Crossbred ewes up to [. heavy-weight bullocks in Sales effected since las: '• Thos. Bish, 267 crossbred one mark ; J E. Colbsri, 1 bred weaners ; f. P. O'Cs crossbred ewes in Ianb; McMahon, 250 crossbrei and 6 tooth, in lamb to Ce Chas. Griffiths, 25 fat-': Brown, 60 rneriuo ercs Colbert, 24 mixed sheep Bros., 252 crossbred ewe, iti lamb to Leicester;; E '30 fat sheep ; \V. and F. 101 merino ewes and 1 Boorn, 300 crossbred wei D. and D. Griffiths, 3;'0; ewes, heavy iti lamb to and Leicester® ; Rogers: heavyweight bullocks;.!, field, 17 bullocks and ,c Leahy, 1 cow ; Geo. Mc draught uiares and gels:: Underwooc1, 2 draught!;: J. Fa Hi, 1 bay draugb; yrs ; C. Basset, 1 bay: Duustau, 1 pony; W. i draught gelding; K. & draught gelding ; G ]■ & draught gelding; R-J-' draught and light geidir.s; Bros , 3 draught geldisjv Dunstaa, 2 dr...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Donald Red Cross Society THE ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Donald Red Cross Society j THE ADJOURNED MEETING. As a ~ont ast t> the previous Tuesdav's m e'i• • i*, when about 40 ladi-s and fiv. gentlemen attended, atb-rnt 60 ladies dud gentlemen at tended theadjourued pubiic meeting held at the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening, which had been convened by the Shire President to discuss ways and means of raising funds for the benefit of the Red Cross Society. Previous to the President (Cr. I Cantwell) talcing the chair, the Donald Brass Band, uuder Mr W, Ditchburn, rendered several selec tions in front of the Shire Hall, and this undoubtedly proved a good incentive for many to attend. In opening the meeting, the President explained the purpose of the meeting, details of which ap peared in the local press of March ,31st. Cr. Cantwell—In my remarks at the last meeting, I referred to three gentlemen, Messrs Morgan, Oakley, and Sprout, stating that as I looked upon them as practically bead of affairs, I was surprised to note that they had not atten...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATER NOT SUPPLIED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

WATER NOT SUPPLIED. Sir,-?— I desire to brins; before the notice of the public the way some of .the landholders betwe.-u Birchip. and Bealah are treated by the State Rivers and Water Supply Commis sion. I refer practically to the water service on what is known as the Areegra channel, and will con- ! fine myself firstly to the case of one i farmer, although there are very many, 110 doubt, who have been treated just 33 badly as "-be case I am bringing under yoar notice. Takiug a period of seven years, three years out of these seven this farmer has been out of water solely because the department either di^ not send the water along this chan nel ttf its terminus, or because when it gets some of the way it is cut off and the farmers farther north are left lamenting. This farmer pays an annual water rate of £22 Ss, and owing to the water not being sent along this channel he " in one year lost 700 lambs besides a great num ber of ewes, and had to cart water to keep bis other stock alive, a...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Epistles to the Editor. THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

Epistles to the Editor. THE .MINISTERIAL VISIT. Sir,—Arrangements have beeu made for the Minister of Water j Supply and the Water Supply Com missioners to visit your district for the purpose of inspecting storages and other works in progress. The party is due to arrive in Donald, by motor, via Corack East, at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 15, leaving; an hour later for the Avon Weir and Batyo Catyo . swamp. I will be ac companying the party, and will ar range for any desired interviews I with the Minister and Commission I am, &c. W. HUTCHINSON. Legislative Assembly.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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A Serious Matter [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 April 1916

' ASeri0l»«a . At the St Arnau-i ] cil on Monday, corres:o,1.l read from Dr. E. A, it/ chip, stating thai betoK 14th one case ot s^.,. unveiled to St Aruauj•" j without. bis knowledge. ' ruary 14th he visited V 1 discovered two cases, I pressing on them i;6 1 nature of the disease 1 to make their own ■— 1 travelling. His ' believed, were These three patients to their homes trorn tk train while still ia a hl^| tious state, only about ud admission, whereas th» J isolation period was" U stated as from four to As a result, a sister oi oat cases bad beeu iiiEc.tedaiil to St Artiaud. It would »■ the local health offic« i formed of this, as these j tious cases could not tjj isolated when they mums1! I homes. j Cr Reed said it was a ! ous matter that passeng^l j railways should be allo^X with persons suffering frjJ 1 tious diseases. Particui^l circumstances should be < to the Board of Health. Cr Gardiner thought it J duty of the doctor to ;;,;j authorities. It was resolved, oathe...

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