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

When you ruu out of your pres ent stock of letterpapers, envelopes, memoforms, billheads, or any other office stationery, do not fail getting a quotation from the Timks office, Donald. If the execution of your requirements in the printing line are entrusted to that old-established of- ! fice, the work will be executed with j the greatest care aud promptitude, i and at reasonable charges. ? Enjoy the satisfaction of knowing ore buying a Hat which rcprc"fn,s ' mum value and maintains iis e*-..,' wearing qualities and good appc^ranccTo the end by always aak.ng for Woodio^ FOK v'l;.AUTY. WOKLD-P AMKD HATS. «.WA«-WAOKttic„ tl;ai| ,| AUSTfJ KSROSEiS'g 0|(^| ENGINfJ are Teg r Strongest Mo,, e„ p Most Econcm; EngInes on the v ft 1 hey are specially designed by the actual linkers in Ai.«t " 1 trahan Requirements. They are so simple, solid ant! wolf1'3 lrj~ii long satisfaction is assured without constant duplication if attention I hey have 110 high-speed intricate attich-n farU C:I fittings t...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Anzac Day at Donald STATE SCHOOL FUNCTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Anzac Day at Oonald STATE SCHOOL, FUNCTIONS Anzac Day—to commemorate the Gallipoli landing—was held at the Douald State School on Thursday afternoon. There was a good at tendance, and a happy time was spentl A mere comprehensive re port will appear in' our next issue. The children sang Kipling's "Lest We Forget" and "0,God our Help in Ages Past," and then saluted the flag. Crs T. W- Cantwell, S. J. Wortley, and C- R. Basset attended as representatives of the Donald Shire "Council, and short patriotic addresses were delivered, The ceremony , concluded with cheers and the singing of the National Anthem, after which afternoon tea was indulged in. The scholars wore their Anzac medals.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. ICean a Co, Coaehbuilders). New and Up-to.date Premtse3 now open. . E4»cious Diniug-rootn. ^.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. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD| At the request of several of our sub scribers , we again publish the full list on their behalf. Sabscribers and the pnblic generally would do well to cut the list out and keep name for reference. . 44 J. L. Bales, Baker. W ood Street. 13 Basset ft Son, Commission Agents ; and Private Residence. 59 C. K. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. OS A S. Blundv, Builder, Woods Street; and Private Residence, Woods St. 49 J.H.Boldan, Implement Maker, \V oods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Banyena lid. 36 P. Bourke, Farmer. 23'Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewellers. . 56 W. Cox, Resi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

DEATH ANGEL.—On 16th April at "How- ard," Houston Street, Donald, Margaret, the beloved wife of Joseph Angel, and aunt to Mrs E. Watts, late of Neilborough, Bendigo.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 April 1916

Kicked By A Horse. FATAL INJURIES INFLICTED 'DEATH OF MR H. BRENNAN Mr. Hugh Patrick Brennan, a well known resident of Jeffcott North, was kicked by a horse on Sunday night, and the injuries were of such a nature that he died early on Tuesday morning. The acci- dent took place at deceased resi- dence. He went to the stable to feed his hack, and while walking past the animal it lashed out, de- ceased being struck in the groin. The injuries developed an acute attack of peritonitis, and on Mon- day night, Dr. W. G. Wilson and Dr. S. H. Dunlop, Charlton, and Dr. C. H. Fleming, St Arnaud, were called in, but, unfortunately, the end could not be stayed. Deceased, who was 27 years of age, was a member of a well known district family. He was the young- est son of the late Mr and Mrs John Brennan, was born at Jeffcott North and lived there all his life. He leaves nine brothers and sis- ters :—Mr Thomas Brennan (Jeff- cott North), Mr Michael Brennan (Melbourne), Mr Edward Brennan and Mrs Watt...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

.hudv steal and carry away n the dwelling of Patrick Breu 10 Jf Corack East, on February clou , to be commenced tfork aL) l, ;eiepbone iiae from tomatoes, donated by ™ A j' of Bunguluke, for r. A*. Ynlt-iotic funds, was sold esch°°r U at Wycbeproof until dre'" "u donations was re-i =. :ived'. r s'o"ombe, from Wycbe 2^ r^oned to be ill m camp co-irse of tbe last I)arl"f S"has been a heavy fall rnii'u tl^fc f p0tatoes on the tbe^nS3rket. The best car \w which were then vn;to £10 5s per ton, « £> » *> 'it 'be Wychi^prcof Mice C'.urt AtlLC, \ ..-.rued Perctval L. »r:" 21 clnraed by Constable S Btowith that be did steal welling B... 0„e doable-barrelled gun of fcaSe d£6- The accused was ff^r mvan Council has made a 1 l£i L t 0f /750 to the Board »£S£5 it the Nbill Hos ^lin-kcttliug" baud journeyed Vvcheproof to Narraport JLtovv" their compliments ou Mr. woasst other retrenchment pro •oi • the Government, apparently, - rn vi-w the closing of the I^on \oTicultural College. At meelioR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

I'Oll RHEUMATIC P-^l When troubled get ;i liottlo ofCha."^^| Massage tl>p aftceiy.i p ^ a!day and experieuw ' ^ which it-nflordi. rj/J; with the good tIual.11tllC3,,m-er ^ Pain Halm you f * ip wUliqu,t {£• by ..8-1

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Stawell Sports GIFT WON BY C.P. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

S taws II Sportij GIFT WON BYC.P.^1 The 39th annua! arsi Staivell Athletic Club "| eluded on Monday. Tis* was larger than last «'] £262 was taken at the gs| day All profits go Cross and hospital iikk> expected that these iviJ the extent of £1000. 1-f of the principal event? 3'-j lows Easter Girt, ^iu.0,1:8 C. P. Cass id v, l3Ji )'s I N. W. Afdred, W( & j G. A. Taylor, 10yds S. Keaue, 12,K yds A splendid race. yard, with the others si' j i -Betting; i) to i ou .iiui.-., | against Taylor, 6 to J I to I Keane. Time, 11 I S'aivell Handicap, j R. Corbeft, 1; J. R. .tfcfrf R- Osborne, 3, Sprint Handicap, 75 >*j W. Aid red, I; C P. Of H, B. McKeone, o. f J -30 yards Hurdles.—}■ ,'j 1 ; T. C. Harrington, Cotton, 3.. Federation Handicap, o"-\ R- J. McDonald, 1 ; W.»i 12; W. Casey, 3. j Stewards' Puree, 220 fJ''| i A. Taylor, 1; G. Leffis, - ( Devine, 3. 220 Yards Hurdles.-?-1* I rington, 1; D. H. ' J. Cotton, 3. Grampians Stakes, S. V. Corbett, 1; F. JR- W. Govau, 3.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Anzac Fair at Watch[?] NET PROCEEDS. £[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Anzac Fair at \yaJ | An Aszscntr h prunes fornix; [ Giers a: :'- - •.;.: 1 w atchern vT- 5:ri ^ ?,=. cesstuL =nd :h;ri5-.,JS! credit en ;hr heii'u^ Eva, ar.d std 1^--- .—T? 23} who z^;i ^ success. T;:w neatly amazed :;;j ^ 5 by the teacher szi kk-C : fair was c>:-::;-l by f the ilarseillaise br tC; i after which the r.i'.'.-'-Sy'. • tfcsir work. Ld-j:= B-;v j Alf. Richmond ab'.v cc--v • Jumble Stall, ~h:cb^ | inside the doc-r, -=s \ The Sweets Stall ttis | by Misses Grade Bli * | Mitchell, who conplas-i ; the vast ass—ttsszt'c: 1:2 ; going farther vre cozsl ;■ .Mary Walder ar.d Lily Bri [a dazzling display oi'hs j who. after untiring efos': ; or the many raluib'e id i trusted to their care. 52: ; ing around the root:, £» • case to the hocy-k taii : Ted Blair and jia H-t ■ their penny tin;?, hd - i exciting tiae. Anothss : taiaing vegetables. r-i ; frait was held by Tcz £ ■ Cliff Richmond, aad Tai ; ronisei by the visitor;. \ the evening tea wa» pr. : Misses Walder aad Mid ; fully...

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Obituary MRS. SARAH [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Bcnslf who r-.s - * - "" " 4':) yeS.T5r t . 7... 7' last S« tbs sir-c^i cesrs.' Her Ir.i Cae?. ?•'< "-'.£» «>:• L ber a-o-n P.- « V wsT. bs ssS :,=t^5r:I ti~'. oi 2 ge-'lat, es-^-l ancb resrer'.ri zy -v?| ber. Tie i-i'r>.;v-J| tee -^.V;rx -vTf Donald Csxite:?. Ib c-| Esgtasd iirrica ss :e, "J Rev. Oiborrc C-.-.i oi R=."- i-i ^ tear? out br Mr. j. ?..

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Illicit Stills. FOUND IN GERMAN CAMP. THREE PRISONERS EACH FINED 200 GUINEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Illicit StiUs. FOUND IN GERMAN CAMP. THREE PRISONERS EACH FINED 200 GUINEAS. Three interned German prisoners —Felix Kling, liichard Hard!:, and_ Fritz Williara—were charged in Liverpool police court wirh hav ing had in their custody illicit siills. Mr Clegg, P.M., said that by making spirit accused had de liberately attempted to undermine military authority. Iiach of the accused was fined 200 guineas, in default of payment twelve months' hard labor in Parramatta Gaol.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

THE BEST COUGII REMEDY. 1 When you have a cough that will no yield to other treatment get a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has been pronounced'''the best made!' and Ms givm permanent relief after 'other remedies had. failed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, is pleasant to take and has an established reputation won by its <;ood work. Sold by Hannah Bros. GOOD FOB THE WHOLE FAMILY The fame of Chamberlain's Cough reme dy is world wide. It is good for the deep seated congh of an adult or the! croup of children. The same bo'tlo serves the whole family. It is mothers of young children that most appreciate Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, and it is not easy to persuade them to use any other congh medicine after having seen how prompt and effectual it is and that it is pleasant and safe t<? Sol<J by Bfcupab JSjros,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Rexona, the Rapid Ilealer, is a dire ' enemy to Kczerun, as v/ell as to all othoi skin diseases Rex 11a will inako your skin healthy, destroy tho germs of fchu disease for ever, and eauso the building up of now akin tissue. A hoi bath with Rexona Soan, gentle anointing with Rex ona Oiiituwut, a pleasant treatment result, sloep quietly. bkin soothed and healed, while soon all trace of the disease leaves you: You are healthy, Kezoma yields to the powerful healing influences of Rexona, fcho Rapid He iler. Price, la 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere.

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Wheat Harvest Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Wheat Harvest Scheme, j • * i An official report concerning the proceedings of the conference of the Australian .Wheat Board at Syduev last week says :—For a number of reasons, obvious to all interested, it is impossible for the board to give any indication of what the 3,500,000 tons of surplus wheat will realise, but the prices now being obtained are still very satisfactory. It may be interesting to show that, even if a considerable reduction on the present prices has to be taken— and there is no reason to anticipate that, except for the scarcity of freights—a reasonable price will still be secuied. About one.-tbird of the harvest will be realised by about the'end of June, at a price above 5s per bushel, and this price is equal to Is 8d per bushel over the whole crop. If the remainder only averages 3s 6d per bushel, the whole crop wiil work out at 4s, and even i if the exceedingly, low price of 3s h<id^to be accepted, the crop would reaiise 3s 8d per bushel.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The WAR. Risin in ublin POST OFFICE AND HOUSES OCCUPIED. TWELVE SOLDIERS AND POLICEMEN SILLED. SITUATION NOW WELL IN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Ri«in in ublin POST OFFICE AND HOUSES OCCUPIED. TWELVE SOLDIERS AND POLICEMEN SILLED. SITUATION NOW WELL IN HAND. ! It is oScially announced that at i noon on Monday serious distnr I bances occurred in Dublin. A large 1 body ot armed members of the Sinn | Fein—Irish " irreconcileables."— ! occupied Stephen's Green, and for cibly took possession of the post oSce, cutting the telegraph wires. [ They also occupied houses in Ste ! phen's Green, Sackville street and Abbey street, and the quays. In the; course of. the day soldiers arrived from The Cnrragh. 7 Three officers, cine soldiers and policemen were killed, and n~e officers and 14 soldiers *vere wounded. The casualties among the Sinn Fein rebels are unknown. All was quiet at Cork, Limerick, Knnis, Traiee, Tipperary and the rest of Ireland on Tuesday.

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Sand On Roads. REGULATION ADOPTED BY SWAN HILL SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Sand On Roads. R.„C LATION' ADOPTED. BY | ~ SWAN HILL Si4iK£- | At the meeting of the Swa!i Htsi Scire Council on. Taesdsv. .Cr. Chisho'ss moved toe aojion stand ing in his name that a regulation be formed preventing the fallowing o£ land within three chains or less or a road from whence sand may drift on to such roadway. In submitting the motion, Cr. Chishoim said he had ao desire to harass or penalise ] the settlers in any way. bet the. council h«d been put to great ex pense through the sand- drifting on to the roads. He instanced one road which had just been finished when it was covered with drift sand, and it cost ^20 to r .niove the sand. It was• st^o'u.sly ..scessary for the council co -na.cc s ne pro visi">!'. He -lepc-ASrc thiii had no v.-':-n ;o ix ^ ^ t -ass anyouv. hat tbe >n ;-»d to be thro wn on tne si it- r. The regulation would not siop the nuisance, but it would minimise it. If some regulation was not adopted, the expense to the shire would become so great that...

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ATTITUDE OF VICTORIAN IRISH. PROMPT REPUDIATION OF SINN FEIN REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

ATTITUDE OF VICTOEIAX IRISH. PROMPT REPUDIATION OF SINN FEIN REBELS. It was . decided by the. United Irish League of Melbourne, at a hastily summoned meeting held at the Celtic Club, to forward the fol lowing message-to' Mr. John E. Redmond, the accredited leader or tee Irish race '• Redmond, Commons,.London, j I The Irish in Victoria .view with ' abhorrence the outbreak in Dublin of futile and meaningless rebellion, and sympathise with the Irish j Rational party in its cruel struggle j against the criminal efforts of an ] insignificant minority to thwar* the noble objects of peace and recon ciliation which had almost been accomplished. - Such fanatics netray gross in gratitude for benefits Ireland re ceived through long agitation and generosity of the Irish abroad, as well as for valuable help rendered by the British and other democra cies. - Brave Irish soldiers are dying at the front that their country may prosper. Their nobility of sacrifice should shame all wreckers of Ire land...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

CAN YOU AVKOliD THE RISK. Were you ever seized with a severe attack of cramj>, colic or diarrhoea without a bottle of Chamborlain's Colic ami Diar rhoea Romedy in tho house ? Don't take such risks. A dose or two will relieve you before a doctor could possibly ba cal led, and it never fails eveu in the most severe ana daii;;orous cases. You cannot do hotter thin to keep a bottle of this l'ome'dy over at liaud, Sold by Hannah Bros,

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GERMAN FTEET ATTACKS ENGLAND. A DARING EXPLOIT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

GERMAN FTEET' AT TACKS ENGLAND. A DARING EXPLOIT. LONDON, Tuesday. "It is officially reported that a German battle cruiser. squadron attacked Lowestoft, the Suffolk port a few miles south of Yarmouth, early this morning. The German vessels were driven off within 20 minutes, and were chased toward Germany by British warships. The British^Admiralty report states :— "'At 4.30 a.m. to-day (25th) a German; battle cruiser squadron, accompanied by light cruisers and destroyers, appeared off Lowestoft. "Local naval forces engaged the enemy for 20 minutes The Ger man Warships returned towards Germany, chased by our cruisers and destroyers. •' A man and woman were killed ashore, but the material; damage done is insignificant. • " Two British cruisers, and . a destroyer were hit, but none were sunk."

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Patriotic Movement. SPLENDID WORK BY DISTRICT SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 April 1916

Patriotic Movement. ■ifl.i. i. splendid work by dis trict schools. The following are the ■ articles sent by the pupils of the Higher Elementary and State schools, Donald, to our boys at jthe front 7<> shirts, 151 face washers, 1S2 bags, bandages, boot laces, socks, old linen, soap, mittens, cuffs, scarves, caps, coats, cushions, slippers, illustrated papers, maga zines, stationery, cigarettes, writing pads, books, envelopes, lead pencils, pens. - In addition to this the Donald schools have sent a sum of ^50 in cash to the fundi The total' amount paid into the Patriotic Fund (through the treasurer, Mr M. R. Skewes) from the Birchip inspectorial district is now ^SOO.

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