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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Local and General News. On Holidays—Miss Daisy Lew is, of Donald, is now 011 a visit to Melbourne.—Mr and Mrs W. Willey have gone to Melbourne for Easter —Mr Tom Couroy left for Wallace and Maryborough this morning — Mr W. J." Mitchell, of the "Times" s ail, has gone to Maryborough for the holidays. The Ocean Grove House, near Queenscliff, contaius 70 large rooms —all on the ground floor, in two acres, overlooking the bay. Fami lies or parties of friends can engage suites of rooms. Meals optional. Ideal spot for children. Croquet, tennis, golf, billiards, and fishing. Terms are strictly moderate. Tele phone or write for particulars to H. Chisholm.— Advt. Personal.—With this issue Mr. H. A. Prider, who has acted as editor and publisher of the Donald "Times" since last July, severs his connection with this journal. He had been offered a position on the composing staS of "Hansard," but oil Wednesday last he accepted a position on the linotype department of the Melbourne "Age." Mr. Prid...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND FOR DONALD AND DISTRICT. WE desire to acknowledge the following douotious for the above fund ;— Jumble Fair £20 Os Od J. Ward ley /,l Os Od J. Wardley His Od Mrs D. Beckham 5s Od Onley & Beazley 5s Od Mrs Beanscb L's od AIJVEim.SK in the "Times" if Voti want to reach the people of Iioiiald, Watdieiu, Coraclc, Laou, Avon Plains, ; Banyena, Tvaynor's Lagoou, Copo Cope, f Swanwuter, Sutherlauds, Oooboobetie, | JoffcoU, Thalia, Wilobipool, Carrou, Mas uuy, Lilcliiiuid, UuioLe. and thu v.i! ioua Jdallst towaebjuo oy fclis lint to fitcliip. Auction eer« STOCK AND STATION AG1SNT, LAND 'ND PROPERTY VALUER. Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The best car in the market at tbe price. Sales conducted in any part of tbe State. Rudduck's Veterinary Medicines always on band. From £5 to ,£50,000 to loan on broad acres. District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co., estahlisliad almost 100 years. Funds ,£"3,500,000. - . * Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks^ Gr...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Last Days of Walhalla A DECAYING TOWNSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Last Days of WalhaUa A DECAYING TOWNSHIP Walhalla is a town that has just about died our. The delegates to the receut A.N.A. conference at Warragul, wexe takeu on a trip by special train to Walhalla. One of the delegates said that the Walhalla postmaster had informed him that originally there were IS hotels in the town : now there is one. Re cently 50 houses bad been sold to a speculator for 50s each. The Oddfellows Hall, which had cost nearly ,£1000, had been sold for £.10. Other public halls, shops and private houses are empty, and the windows boarded up. A mining plant that had cost £13,000, had been sold for ^"300.), and everything appears to be in a condition of decay.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Natues of the Lads, who are asso ciated with the Donald and adjacent districts,-who have helped to defend the British Empire from the Huns. Allen, R. Alien, A. Allen, H. Abbott, W. Aitkin, S. Adlam, W. Bavrie, J. C. ■ j Barber, R. H. • Barry, J. I Birch, L. Berry, Mark^ Biair, G. Barnes, W. Biiiss, Theo Bliss, B. Bruce, Roy Barry, Dau Box, A. . . Bennett," P. Beckham, H. Baird, H. Booley, Jim Belleville, J Belleville, Vin . Barber, A. W. Basset, M. Bennett, A. : Baiies, Alf Byrne, C. Burge, W. Bray,-V J Baird, B. F. 1 Brockensliire, A Baddock, Dou Belleville, A. P. Boucher, John Boswell, Chas Bunworth, J. Bell, Henry Baker, J. W. Baddock, Fred Batb, A. P. Burton, Frank Borden, R. Bennett, A. G. Boswell, G. Barber, R. Bickertou, C. Barratt, C. Carlyon, F. Cousins, C. Cossens, ,R. Clifford, Stan Cannard, H. Cantwell, Jas Clements, •). Coomb, W• Chapman, A Cruikshank, R. Crnikshank, \V. Casey, Jim Cole, F. Cleary, A.. Cahir, M. Cavanagb, J. Clark, -Jack Cottii-gham, A. Cannard,T. Clark...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Winter Ensilage IN THE DONALD DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Winter Ensilage IN THE DONALD DISTRICT It may be opportune to draw 1'ie attention of farmers to the fact t'.:.it now is the time to prepare and s uv feed for winter ensilage crops and winter grazing. The high prick of rape seed and peas will no doubt check to some extent the areas p it under these fodders, but, judgi ig by experience, the earlier they :ire grown the more likely are retu us to be good. In any case, in or ier to stimulate rapid growth and ;.;et the feed early fertilisers should be used much depending on the local conditions of soil, climate and pre vious crops as to quantity. From 6 lb to one cwt of super would stimu late the early growth, and with small areas it often pays to give heavier dressings. Iu experiments at Longerenong .College it was found that potassic fertilisers im proved the flavor of the rape, judg ing by the way it was preferred by sheep grazing on the plott. Those farmers who have no silo could' utilise dirty crops for ensilage, and pit the fodder i...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
War Topics [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

War Topics We all recognise (says a cortes- , londent in the "Argus") tbat there ire many good, honest citizens of jerman Birth or parentage in this country, and when severe measures ire proposed against the Germans here as a whole, we say the iiiuocern j must suffer with the guilty, atui it cannot be helped. Why cannot the said good, bonest citizens band to gether, and sign a document repudiating the atrocities committed % their fellow-countrymen, and at the same time disavow the Del brueck law? I fee! confident many would he glad of the opportunity, and the publication of the signatories ■tfould remove an uneasy feeling from our minds as to who are friends Md who are foes. It will be re membered that shortly after war hroke out a number of leading Ger ®ttis in Germany signed a very different kind of paper, in which their hatred of the British was snowu. in Melbourne also, soon the sinking of the Lusttania, 3 nuraber of Germans wrote to the Public repudiating such lawlessness. \ ha...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Donald Shire Council. THE APRIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Donald Shire Council. x » THE APRIL MEETING. The April meeting of the Donald Shire Council was beld on Tuesday last, when there were present:— Crs. Sproat, Lavery, McEwen. McNab, Pearse, Wortley, Basset. Crs. Wortley and Lavery moved that in the absence of the President, Cr. Sproat be appointed chairman. CORRESPONDENCE. The Under-Treasurer of Victoria (Mr M. Minogue) forwarded the account for .£287 10s, being the, proportion of the amount (£50,000) of endowment of municipalities payable to the council. Also, an account for £206, the amount payable for 1916 as annual pay ment under the Licensing Act 1915. The State War Council wrote iu regard to the employment of returned soldiers disemployed in the Donald shire.—The secretary said he understood there were no local soldiers unemployed. Cr. La very thought it advisable to secure par ticulars of the men who desired general farm work. Crs. Lavery and Basset moved that the State War Council be requested to keep the council supplied with ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wheat Pool. ACTION AT WYCHEPROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

The Wheat Pool. ACTION7 AT WYCHEPROOF. At a special meeting of Wyche proof Agricultural Society and dis trict farmers on Saturday a com." municatioii from the Chamber of Agriculture with regard to the negotiability of wheat scrip, was considered. It was decided,'That this meeting of farmers is not in favor of the negotiability of certificates on the open market." It was also decided that the Cham ber of Agriculture, on behalf of the farmers, be asked to approach the Government for an' extra advance °> Is per bushel for wheat in the w>ol, and that restrictions be unOer their supervision.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

CommomwalA^JSaiikot3ii0traKa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY ro^kl. General Banking: Business p^lkai CITIES and TOWNS of* AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to anj part of the world. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account*opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved escurities. SawiBigs BaroEs Departeesit 3 in the chief centres and AGENCIE8 at over umx i _ Poot OfiKcoo intoreot at «o/ 1/- 255© in Australia por annum &/0 / Deposit and Panun. tin fa £300 BRANCHES in the chief centres and AQENCIE8 at over Poot Ofifr I in Auatrc and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savioge Bank Facilities JAMES Kill.-.. Dopu?t tJoTtrnor. Jutu, IPlS DES'!S >S .M2Z.LKR. Qoi Lyric jpicfaar^s Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night | As t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

firs# car 9 Til Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Clips, and all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce. rr^ i ^ EWoELB®M®K11,. SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTRA1 SIEEi "WIS HEARriB'sS 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 BRONi This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. \V. G. Hearne who is a REGIS FERED CHEMIST of extensive t r>^, N experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely. pre pared to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fad: that HEARNE'S " BRONCHITIS ^ iifl is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN, ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS and COLDS w> iiipii #kH\ T&fr ^-5oV-'A-4 't« 9 Ballarat — ARE OPENING THE — *r NEWEST autumn GOODS! W li Y m Out 0$ DiS P THE LATEST IS AT YOUR S RVI F NOTICE ORRESPONDI5NTS are ri \j spectfully notified that all li terary communications intended for publi...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDS BOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916 This Is Patriotism. THE PILKINGTON FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

The Donald limeg With which Is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough TlMKS. Friday, April 21, 1916 This Is Patriotism. THE PILKINGTON FAMILY Thk Neyland family of Birchip have recently been congratulated on their patiiotism—for seven sous are on active service—by His Majesty the King. Now, we have the case of the Pilkingtons of Williamstowu, who have six sons, a daughter, and son-in-law at the front. Farrier Sergeant Ma jor R, Pilkingtou served with General Botha in the German South West African campaign, and, after having obtained his discharge at the conclusion uf hostilities there, be went to England, and enlisted aud is now in France. Farrier Ser geant J? L Pilkington is at present in hospital in Cairo, but was at Gallipoli from the landing until the evacuation. Trooper D. Pilking ton is with the New Zealanders aud was wounded at Gallipoli. He is at present in hospital iu Manchester with 10 wounds. Trooper A. C. Pilkington is attached to the Aus tralian Light Horse. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

SUMMING UP THE EVIDENCE .Vauy Donald People Have Been CalledAs Witnesses. —: Week after week bas been pub lished the testimony of Donald people—kidney sufferers—backache victims—people who have endured many forms of kidney, bladder, or urinary disorders. These witnesses have used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. All have given their enthu siastic approval. Isn't it a wonder ful convincing mass of proof ! If you are a sufferer, your verdict be "try Doan's first." Here's one more case :— Mrs II. McCreddeu, seur., Hous-. ton Street, Donald, says :—My son and I were great sufferers from backache and kidney trouble, but a course of--Doan's Backache Kidney Pills has completely cured us. It gives us great pleasure to testify, to the merit of these grand pills, which we recommend with every confi dence as a sure cure for kidney trouble." Four years later Mrs McCredden says:—"My son and I are still well and we have not suffered with our kidneys since Doan's Backache (Kidney Pills cured us over ...

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Our Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Our Train Service. Tbe folllowing letter has been received by tbe Birchip Shire Secre tary (Mr J. M. Kensley) from Mr \V. Hutchinson, MX A., Minister of Lands, in answer to a circular forwarded some time ago by tbe Bircbip Shire Council re tbe speed ing up of trains on the Bircbip line:— Commissioners' Office, Melbourne, 23/3/1916. j Dear Sir,—Adverting to, your I representations and to the attached ' letter sent to you by tbe Shire of Birckip, I beg to say that this matter was given very careful consideration in connection with the revision of the time table in December last, and again in connection with the forthcoming winter table, which will become effective in May next, and aithough the Commissioners were anxious to meet the wishes of the residents if justification offered, they were of opinion that the exist ing service is reasonably adequate for tbe traffic which is offered, and they accordingly regret that, as already intimated to the shire, they cannot see their way to incu...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Compulsery Servic[?] ADVOCATED BY COU[?] VOLUNTARYISM A [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

CompuigQi.y .ADVOCATED byC(> V0LUN1\UyS7.'' At the a-eAing 0i Sbive Council oa Tuts^' was received from \\V^| Council, which usktf. port to a resolution ^ adopuoa ot couscti^.bnirrj s^ivicu as a means o; iairvf the responsibility oE "Empire. Cr. W. Sproatsaid tkul he was allowed to fev.1 member of the recruiting! the number of capets Donald numosred &00, this the Shire had coffitfyi i men '■ The original Wlf and U monthly reinforce' I at the present stags tfe i ments were exhauste.4 He aaid that outof J ceived 600 were strai^' Of course, those fi2ur:5 those medically unsijiubt1 who could be excused [0;i: About 66, by their eva^ never intended to E0 rV April, 1911. ineselatt=-' "ear-marked," audit (C untii that date, th«y ^ called upon to do their s® He was satisfied that co was necessary. He did & see it ou the French lia* some modified scale, (C was eviden tally ueK,,£ Department of Delete Federal Government were their duty, and unless J brought to bear, and'co i...

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The Week's Essence [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

The Week's Essence For Chronic Chest Complaints Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. A sale of Crown lands will take place at Donald ou May 2. Special services will be held in the various churches on Sunday. The St Arnaud P.I/.C. is opposed to conscription in every shape and form. The Corack races eventuate on Easter Monday, The fields will be large. Crs. T. W. Cantwell and H. j. Green were absent fiotn the council meeting ou Tuesday. The Inspector of Nuisances (Mr. W. Cameron) has been confined to ' his room for a few days through throat troubles. Several kuuts and spoits of Don- ' aid are off to Stawell to see the Gift • 1 contested.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

I . the bust covou k^I When you have a cougli yield to other treatment J''1 ■ Chain borlain's Cons'!! been pronounced "tiie t"3- 5' litis giwn pormaiioiil wj'i" remodies had failed. CbMte&j. ■Rem&dy is pleasant to teitx-J established reputation V" work. Sold by Hamuli Bros. Mr W. Kuights and ® Wesituore were Church of Englaiii '| " Sister M. PilkiiigftW'^J Arnaud Hospital, ii DOlV^ the Palace HospiMl Her si.\; brothers are on s;fl1

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The Markets. FURNITURE SA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

The Markets. furniture s.«| :On Friday.afternooa, ■ at the residence (nexto Club Hotel) in Woods aid, Messrs Youog Broil duct a cieariug sale oi furuiture and effects oo 2."[ Mr. H. A. Prider, whois': to Melbourne. The new, in good condition, inspected at any time paJ| sale. The furniture, sold without reserve, iEi| drawing room suite (t3Pl plush, six pieces), bedrtj (mirror in wardrobe, niar^| cbeffoniere, dining' ali-' _ chairs, tables, safe, piB'JJ bedding, deck chairs passage linoleum. c'c4'"yL wire couch, crockeo'. sils, and numerous smufr"

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Billy Blencowe Returns. AND HAS A TALE TO TELL The following taken from the Birchip "Advertiser":— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Billy Blencowe Returns. AND HAS A TAI,E TO TELL The following taken from the Birckip "Advertiser " :—: Mr \V. Blencowe ("Billy") who was invalided back to Australia on 5th February last, after six weeks in Lemnos Base Hospital" aud seven imontbs in Egypt owing-to internal injuries sustained during the tor pedoing of the " Southland," has an interesting tale to tell regarding the disaster. . In the course of an interview with our representative, he said, I was on guard at 10 o'clock when the disaster happened. The sub marine came up under cover of a Turkish tramp steamer, which crossed our bov?s, but when about 2000 yards off the steamer fell back and the submarine let us have it in the bows, well uuder th-j water line. I shouted ouc, •' The beggars have got us." There were a few confused shunts, and then an extraordinary quiet tor fully five minutes". Meanwhile the shio listed, over on her side, but later came back to her true position. When I noticed how she was down at the bows, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

CAN YOU AFF014D TUB RISK. Were yon ever seized with a severe attack of cramp, colic or diarrhoea without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy "in the house ? Don't take such risks. A dose or two trill relieve you before a doctor could possibly be cal led, and it never fails 1 eveu in the most severe and dangerous cases. You cannot do better than to keep a bottle of this remedy ever at hand, Sold by Hannah Bros, The chairman 6f the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission has decided to regrade the channel from Morton Plains and Sea Lake. The death occurred in Melbourne recently of Mr John Curtis, of Bir chip, at the age of 61 years He was a pioneer of the Maliee. It is said that a recent recruit from Birchip is so tall that it will be found necessary to sink the trench a foot deeper when he arrives with his "guu." Mr Craike, of the National Bank, Birchip, who is well-known in Don ald, has enlisted. He had to under go a painful surgical operation iu order to make cer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

HEALTHY WOMEN. Owing to their sedentary habits women are often troubled with constipation. This can be largely avoided by adopting a proper diet together with suitable out door exercise,' Dut even -'then they will occasionally need a laxative, and will find nothing more helptul than Chamber lain's Tablets. They are easy and pleas ant to tak° and most agreeable in effect. Thoy relieve constipation and prevent the disorder arising from it. Chamberlain's Tablets strengthen the digestion and improve the appetite.

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