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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

Commonwdtb^^Janko< Australia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY General Barafoing' Business p^Ppar CITIES and TOWN8 of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letter® of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and Xxohan^e Biuineifs of every deseripfciou transacted within the Commonwealth, Coiled Kingdom aud abroad. Curreut accounts opened. Interest paid oa fixed deposits. Advancos made apainst approved sscurities. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over Post Officcs Interest at f%0/ 2550 •« Auotralia PC annum 0/0 Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savings Bank Facilities JAMES nri.y. 1 •«>:*-r Ju**t ISJ., DnMS '-S CAvemor R VII" wn ttsssasasaai jf 1 / Lyric Pictures Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night! As the management have made | arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges and are ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

5CIs src very liable to catch cold. J [icy have to go in ail weathers— often having to sit in sJ;,-;oi with wet feet. Apart from this, tiiev are al;ray3 facc to fare with (he risk from infection—especially when epidemics of Whooping Coudh, u?eas!es, Diphtheria, influenza, etc., are aLout. "Jolliers of School Boys and Girls however can be always FREE of ANXlliTY if they have a bottle of -tf/s in the house, as one dose of this FJedicine at the first indication of a "cold will at once "nip in the tad' what might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork, the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Group, Golds on the Chest The -REMEDY- - with she REPUTATION. From all CHEMISTS and STORES. W. G. HEARNE & CO. Ltd., GEEI.ONG, VICTORIA, Sydney, N.S.W., Wellington, N.Z. iip stli iTY L E i 3>ALL.UL\T | — ARE OPENING TH * N K W'ES't GOODS! Bk f\uT i \v t\ate 9 E V/UT V/F 1/ATIi r the LATEST l8v&T"XuU& - riVI - notice WaRltPSPON-D-ENTiS- ■-arie-4^ \_y spectfully...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Week's Essence [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

The Week's Essence Dr. Lindsay, of Bealiba, has re moved to Ouyen, and will in future practise in the Walpeup shire. Private Will Dunn, of Beaufort, and son of Mr. and Mrs C. Dunn, of Lake Buloke, has been seriously ill at Ballarat. The sum of ,£181 9s 8d was raised at the Watchem Bazaar last week in aid of the Watchem Red Cross Society. The death is announced of Mr. John Norton, proprietor of "Truth." Though bis journalism was mostly sensationalism and criticism, he had few equals as a journalist. Mrs Westmore, of Park Street, Donald, intends removing to Mel bourne, where in futiye she will re side. On Tuesday next Messrs W. H. Gray & Son will hold a clearing sale at her residence. The Birchip Brass Band raised 10s at Birchip on Sunday last. Addresses were delivered by Messrs J. W. Pennington, M.P., Geo. H. Osborne, Joseph Lockwood, and the Rev. A. K. Golier. The proceeds are in aid of St Arnaud Hospital, | {£.r A. Thompson, of the firm of; I Oakley ((,: 'Thompson, of Donal...

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 14, 1916 CHARITY VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

The Don,aid Tinje? Witb which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough Times. Friday, Aprii* 14, 1916 CHARITY VOTE. For some time past there has been a note of warning sounded by vari ous public speakers that the date is not tar distant when a bill will be passed by the State Legislative Assembly for the purpose of impos ing a Charity Tax. At the Birchip gathering on Sunday,. Mr J. W. Pennington, M.L.A., after quoting a mass of figures from the report of the Inspector of Charities, asked the question "Can you blame any Government that reads such figures as those quoted for bringing in a Charity Tax?" Now, when we j come to analyse those figures, we certainly would not blame any Government for imposing such a tax. We find that there are S80,000 adults in Victoria, and that the average dole given to charities by that number of adults is Is 4J^d per annum. Just think of it, Is -*^d per adult per annum of Victoria's population ! But look at it in an other way, say, for insta...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Loyal Sons of the S[?] TRAYNOR'S LAGOON [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

Loyal Sons °?the rRAYNOR/S i,; iQOos • Traynor's Lagoon, 5,i hg districts were n&\.~ ast Fiiday evtafej; iv'1 Deuig filled with Vfe.-; xuUiance, who had purpose of giving a •• s 'j j'lght soldier hoys who 'als'l unlisted. This little farmers' sons, coming highly respected taaiil>;'"| or excellent character full of grit. The s^'i their families audbtisi^i tions called for a ci6,."/l But they considered nos^i great to make for > country, for right jaj They know that t'ct strong aud powerful, aa^_ comrades in the trenc'aaJ out" in their efforts to,J onslaught. Duty commaj?; responded, and have the admiration and pr-^J many friends. The foi^f the names which will scrolls o£ honorMeaist, bell andT. Donnelly, Aw/l Messrs B. Hodge aadTl Swanwater West; sens, ]• Barrett, and D. M Traynor's Lagoon; MtG.j] Gre Gre North. Mr E. G Bath, preside^ Kara Kara shire, preside gathering, and spoke; terms of the young reci said they were *vorthy i worthy parents, wlioraftL the traditions ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles. Don't take chances, for Or Sheldon's New Dis covery for Coughs and Colds affords per fect security from serious effects of a cold. Small dose. Pleasant to take. lCvety bottle guaranteed. Trice Is and (id, Obtainable everywhere. Misses Annie Rankin ( Watchem), M. Smith (St. Arnaud), Mabel Ru therford (Lascelles), M. Nolan (Toorak), M. Dalton (Balranald, N.S.W.), and Hester Garland (Brunswick) are applicants for po- | sitiotis on the nursing staff of the i St. Arnaud Hospital. ! Several cases of whooping cough ' are reported to have beeu coutfac-1 ted in Douald. ':

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Medical Issue. WATCHEM FEVER CASES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

A Medical Issue. WATCHEM FEVER CASES i For some time past much interest i has been centred in the controversy between Dr. Fleming, Dr. Holland, and the St. Avnaud Couucil over the Watchem scarlatina cases. In our last issue appeared a letter in reply to Dr. Holland by Dr. Flem ing, and to this letter "Pro Bono St Arnaudo'' replies as follows : — "A letter appeared in your last issue signed by C. H. Fleming, F.R.C.S., in justification of his treatment of scarlatina cases, and incidentally giving a clinic on bac teriology. The writer makes a state ment that incubation takes place from one to seveu days, and he pro ceeds to inform the public that it is questionable whether scarlatina is of a bacteriological nature, simply be cause a specific organism has not, to his knowledge, teen isolated. Is it possible to incubate fowls or goslings in the human system ? Such a display of bacteriological knowledge in this twentieth century demands the fullest enquiry. The fact of this disease being ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presbyterian Girls' Guild FINE DISPLAY OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

Presbyterian Girls' Guild j FINE DISPLAY OF WORK. 1 On Wednesday afternoon and evening t'ne Presbyteriau Girls' i Guild held a sale of work in St. 1 George's "Hall for the purpose of 1 raising funds for the erection of a ; Sunday School hall at Donald. The i weather was most. unpleasant, dust i and windy during the afternoon and i chilly in the evening, but neverthe less there was a good attendance, and the proceeds amounted to over ,£40. The stalls were laden with good things, and these were artisti cally. decoiated. The fancy stall was the husiness centre, and Mrs J. Duncan, Miss Stillard, ai-cl Miss Mabel Prentice had a busy time as attendants, and had the pleasure of taking ,£.13 15s fid. The confec tionery and so-'t driir< stalls brought in £4 10s. :ui(i iw;re managed by Misses Prentice, Ci uicksha".!:, Hil da Muir, Valerie Du^an. Connie Harper,... and' Sylvia He rc!;jfson. The dips w^re in charge of Misses Dorot'ny Henderson and Iithi-1 Muir and' good business was r...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EFFORTS FOR PATRIOTISM [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

EFFORTS FOR PATRIOTISM On May 6th the Laen folk intend making another effort to raise funds for patriotic purposes. Before har vest over ^100 had been collected, and we hope that our first bazaar of 1916 will arid materially to that sum. The harvest this year has been a very long one, as farmers are only having the thresher now. So, although we are late getting the ba zaars started, we hope to make up for it, by having an extra good one this time. On that day an enlarged photograph of the late Trooper Walter Bather will be hung iu the State School.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Laen Letter. SOLDIERS FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

Our La en Letter, * } A I SOLDIERS FARE WELLED. A number of friends gathered at Air. W. H. Leng's residence last Friday evening' to make a small presentation to Privates. Don Leng and Robert Geddes, who have en listed, and are going into camp at Bailarat during this week.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

THE BEST COUGH REMEDY. When yon have a cough that will not yield to other treatment gut a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy. It has beeu pronouncod "the best made" and litis given permanent relief after other remodies had failed. Chatnborlain'sCough Remedy is pleasant to take and ' lias an established reputation won by its <;ood work. Sold by Hannah liros. For Chronic Ch t Complaints Wr.orVo WrpKt epDnrmint Cnr« rjnilE attention of advertisers is directed JL to the evt'ellont advertising medium supplied by the "Times," which circulates iu the marvellous Wiuituera.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Society. WATCHEM UNITED BRANCH Mrs W. D. Hart, secretary, sends the following report:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

Red Cross Society. WATCHEM UNITED BRANCH Mrs W. D. Hart, secretary, sends the following report :— To Red Cross Depot.—40 suits pyjamas, 29 under flannels, 4 sheets, 3d fracture pads, 63 pairs sox, 4 pairs mittens, C> pairs oills, 5 scarves, 2 hussifs, quantity of literature, 1 doz pkts envelopes. To Base Hospital—2 cases medi cine and liuimeut bottles. Donations.—Mrs Hassett, 2 hussifs; Mrs Walder, seur., 36 fracture pads ; Mrs Boles, literature ; Mrs Carne, 2 pairs sox, 6 pkts envelopes, literature, and sugar bags; Miss lyambie, books; Mrs Hoskiu, iruit dish ; VIrs E. Hall, literature. Proceeds of Raffles. Sale of balance of soft drinks, £\ Is 6d. Raffle of pumpkin, gift of Mrs' Fielding, 7s 9d. Raffle of jardiniere, gift of Mrs Sorrel], 15s. Raffle of pumpkiu, gift of Mrs Sorrell, 3s Id. Raffle of handkerchief satchel, gift of Mrs Hasset, 13s. Raffle of cucumbers, gift of Mr Tierney, 3s 6d. Raffle of nut cake, gift of Mrs Sorrell, 9s. Raffle of bag of oats, gift of Mr Rowe, £1 ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

FIRM FOUNDATION. Nothing Cau Undermine It. People are sometimes slow to recognise true merit and tbey can not be blamed, for so many have been humbugged in the past. The experience of hundreds of people in Victoria, expressed publicly through newspapers and other sources, places Doan's Backache Kidney Pills on a firm foundation here. Mrs H. S. Muir, Campbell Street, Donald; says "Some time ago my husband had a very bad attack of backache and kidney trouble. His back ached dreadfully aud at times^ he could hardly move, the pain was so great. On one occasion he felt so ill that he could not attend to his work, and had to stay at home for days. He had several other symptoms of kidney disorders, and was very afraid that he was going to be troubled with gravel. ! He tried all sorts of medicines, but none of them seemed to suit his case Some friends advised him to try' Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, so he got a bottle aud used them with very pleasingVesults. After taking a few doses the pa...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

When you run out of your pres ent stock of letterpapers, envelopes inemoforms, billheads, or any other office stationery, do not fail getting a quotation from ' the Times office Donald. If the execution of your requirements in the printing line are entrusted to that old-estnblislied of fice, the work will be executed with ■ the greatest care and promptitude j I and at reasonable charges. ' ■ / •T- V. FOE QUALITY. 1I1IS2/ Lightness with ^ Durability distinguish these world-1 renowned hats, which should ' ■ be worn by every man in i Australia, because they are .« specially made to suit our ' severe climatic conditions. Ifr*rrfM-ii/n WORLD-? .-.idEP HATS. District Agents—W A UDELL & CO., DOKALD, AUSTRAL KEROSENE OIL ARE THE Strongest; Most Reijab!e Most Economic' Engines on the They are specially designed by the actual Makers in Australia to s»;i tralian Requirements. They are so simple, soiid, and well made, iif.V Ipng satisfaction is assured without constant duplication e{ pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Soldier's Epistle. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

A Soldier's EpistSe. The following letter was received Dy Miss A. Pickering, of Watchetu, rom Private T. Cavanagb, of the 1 Uh Battalion, who writes from i Mo. 4 Auxiliary Hospital, Cairo:— fn.st a line or two to say that I am still alive and kicking, hoping you a. rid all folks at home are well. I received your letter while camped it Tel-el-Kebir, but have not had tbe chance of answeri"g it before, as we have been on-the move ever since. We started off eight days ■j;;o to take tip car new position, but we had uo sooner arrived there than I discovered a lump under my jaw, and our doctor said it was mumps, and sent me right away at once. I think at the present moment I would make a good advertisement for some of. those patent foods or a brewery, as my face is so fat. We often have a laugh at one another. The nurses here are just the thing, and, would you believe it, yesterday morniug was the first time I SDoke to a woman for five months. I left Bert out east—he was like Johnny Walker...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary MRS MABEL DURIE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

Obituary MRS MABEL DURIE.   The death of a very well-known and respected resident of Thalia occurred on Monday last at Sister Duster's Private Hospital, Birchip. when the wife of Mr Archibald   Durie, of Thalia — a daughter of Mr Edwin Lee senr. of Narraport — passed wvay after an illness lasting   about three weeks. About a fortnight ago a child was born to Mr and Mrs Durie, and since that time   the patient gradually declined in   strength until death intervened. The   deceased lady was only 37 years of   age and her demise is rendered more   pathetic by the fact that she leaves behind her a family of four young children whose ages are respectively,     7 and 5 years, 18 months and two weeks. Mrs Durie was under the care of Dr. E. A. Holland. Chronic Chest Complaint Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. 1 l'"li10 reai-h the man on the | i X'u r you ''auno^ a'A'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER FAREWE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 April 1916

ANOTHER FAREWELL A social evening was Mr L. Campbell, of Avon Plains at his parents' residence, "Grassy Vale," the night before ti event, where a very pleasant even- ing was spent. Mr Boon Grewar neatly expressed the senti- ments of the friends present. presented Mr Campbell wristlet watch, to which Mr. Camp- bell feelingly responded.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 April 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean a Oo. Coaehbuildcrs). New and Up-to.date Premises now open. Spacious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Billiards, Table Accommodation, "Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best. Tariff Moderate. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCHBURN, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TELEPHONIC EXCHANGE, DONALD At the request of several of <xur sub scribers, we again publish the full list on their behalf. Subscribers anil the public generally vrould do well to cut the list out and keep &ame for reference. 44 J.-L.. Bales, Baker, Wood Street. ' 13 Basset & Son, Commission Agents ; and Priv«te Residence. 59 C. K. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. OS A. S. Bluntly, Builder, \Vood6 Street; and Private Residence, Woods St. 49 J.H. Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourlce, Bauyena Kd. BO P. Bonrko, Parmer. . 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chcllew and Wilson, J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 April 1916

HOSPITAI, SUNDAY. W'aM ^0na'^ Krass Baud visited 4d£?7.0U Sundai' last, and Wood'^ro"ic Chest Complaints vooa s.Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tennis At Swanwater. ST. ARNAUD TEAM WINS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 April 1916

Tennis At Swanwater. ST. ARNAUD TKAM WINS '.On Wednesday afternoon a team representing St. Patrick's Lawn Tenuis Club visited Swanwater and tried conclusions with the local de votees of the game. A keen game resulted, and the visitors eventually won by S sets 58 games to 5 sets 56* games. Afternoon tea was pro vided by the ladies. The scores— fe Swanwater players are named first—iveie as follows :— - GKNTS' DOUBLES — Messrs Caine and J. Feeny beat Messrs Robinson and Duggan, 4 — n. -Messrs ]. J. Feeny and J. Bownes lost to Messrs McNulty and Casev, 6—3. Messrs McGrutli«aud J. Walsh lost to Messrs Meagher and Byrne, Messrs P. Walsh and Collins lost to Messrs Scurry and Kelly, i.—j, - RADIUS' DOUBLES — Misses T. O'S'nqnnnssy and K. Glee son lost lo Misses .Bray and Dixon, 0—,i. hisses A. McKew and M. Walsh lost to Misses S. Carney and Caine, 6—3. Misses M. O'Shamiassy and Breen beat Alisses McCarthy and M. Carney. 6—1. , - MIXKD DOUBLES — Mi.Caine and .Miss T. O'Shannas.-1 sy beat Mr....

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