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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND FOR DONALD AND DISTRICT. WE desire to acknowledge the following douolious for tbe above fund :— Jumble Fair £20 0s Od J. Wardley . 0s Od J. Wardley 10s Od Mrs D. Beckham 5s Od Onley & Beazley 5s Od Mrs Bgafl.sch 2s 6d j Advertise 1b tue You Witiit to reach tbe people of Watcbeiu, Corack, ha.au, Avon Plains', Banyena, Xraynoc's Lagoou, Cope Cope, Sjvan water, Sutberlands, Dooboobetic, Jeifcott, Thalia, Witchipool, Carron, Mas sey, Jjiicbfield, Buloke, and the various iijilJct luw^liips i)u tiju l;uo ty , W. A. Morgan Auction ©etfi ■ STOCK AND STATION AGENT, LAND ,'ND PROPERTY VALUER. Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The best car in the market at the price. Saies conducted in any part of the State. Rudduck's Veterinary Medicines always on hand. From j£d to ,£51),000 to loan on broad acres. District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co., established almost 100 years. Funds .£3,500,000. Workers' Compensation. Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Names of the Lads, who are asso ciated with the Donald and adjacent districts, who have helped to defend the British Empire from the Iiuns. Allen, R. Allen, A. Allen, II. Abbott, W. Aitkin, S. Ad lam, W. Barrie, J. C. Barber, R. H. Barry, J. Birch, L. . Berry, Mark Blair, G. Barnes, W. Bliss, Theo Bliss, B. Bruce, Roy Barry, Dan Box, A. Bennett, P. Beckham, H. Baird, H. Booley, Jim Belleville, J Belleville, Vin Barber, A. W. Basset, M. ' Bennett, A. Bailes, Alf Byrne,. C. Burge, W. Bray, J. J. Ba'ird, B. F. Brockenshire, A. Baddock, Don Belleville, A. P. Boucher, John Boswell, Chas Bunwortb, J. Bell, Heury Hague, Tom Irwin, Harry Jones, G. Kerr, I-I. Keith, D. Koi'oed, L. Lc-e, A.' Liddle, N. Loft, W Laing, J. Lamplough, O Lambert, F. Lock, lv. Locke, Albert Leech, Robeit Lees, Geo Larkin, Jim • Letcher, B. Lewis, N McDonald, A. McDonald, G. Maynian, Tom McErvale, I. Mills, G- A. McDonald, D McDonald, H Muir, Leslie Muir, N. Muir, Arthur McPherson, McLung, J McConachy, L Moore,/A- W...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

CHAPPED HANDS. OF course ! Exposure to bitter weather; No gloves may be ; work which soils the Ifands si} that frequent washiug is neces sary— result, soro hands, cracked and bleeding—mt^y be hlqod poisoning. Keep yoijr hands in goqd couditiou \yith Kexoija, the limpid Healer. A per fect skin treatment in ;tself. \fter work wash thou} witu Hexona So ip, dry care fully, then rub iu Roxoua Ointment. Your hands will respond to its he'aliug influence, become soft and flexible with out sores or blemishes. Rexoua loaups the hands safe from Winter troubles, Rexona is sold in triangular tins at Is 6d and 3s Obtainable everywhere

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

WANTED A STEADY, GOOD BOY, to -11- learn the Printing Business. Apply, "Timks" Office. LOST. T ADII-S* Gold PENDANT, be .Li tween Worlley's and Costa's. Reward, " Times " Office. . : Red Cross Fair. WILL be held in Laen North \ State School on Wednesday J Afternoon, May 17, Dance 10 j. follow, ! A. MARTIN, :■ Sec; j Red Cross Dance. A DANCE will be held at Mr Moloney's Dairy Fariii next Friday Night, May 5th. Proceeds 'Qaido£ tlie lied Cross. Admission Gd.; Ladies a basket. V. SWEENEY, Secretary. Donald P. and A. Society, A MEETING ot the above will bt bela at the Royal George ^lotel ou Saturday next, May 6, at 3 o'clock. C. H. WIESON, | Secretary. Just as the train wa"S moviug off »om Kerang on Tuesday, Private ?0toe White, of Kooudrook, who, | ut-her soldiers, was returning 0 Melbourne, attempted to get on ,10aid. lie slipped and fell between ■carriages. The wheels passed ®yer his arm, and almost severed it. e was taken to'a private hospital, Iijp was attended fo by Dr. 1inkivell,...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Personal. - Mr. Godfrey Morgan, member for Wurilla, Queensland, and formerly of the Donald Times, is at present ar> inmate of the Toowoomba Hos pital, sulle. iug froui a severe illness. Mr. Morgan underwent a serious operation a few days ago. Owing to the painful nature of the opera tion the patieut was put under morphia. " . A son of Major Harris, who is now at the front, has been an inmate of the St. Arnaud Hospital for some time, suffering from an abscess oa the lungs. The patieut is progress ing as well as can be expected. Owiug to Rev. J. Walker being away on holidays the Rev. J. H. Shallberg, formerly minister of the Presbyterian Church at Donald, is offieiatiug at Donald in his absence. Mr. Bernie Davison, who con tracted a rather severe attack of pneumonia whilst away from Donald during the Easter holidays, is now showing signs of improvement. Master Godfrey .Viorgan Letts, eldest son of Mrs. R. Letts, W.A., and grandson of Mrs. M. A. Morgau, of Donald, wh'1 has just fini...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Improvements of Wheats. FARRER'S WORK A LANDMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Improvements of Wheats. FARRER'S WORK A LAND MARK. Exactly what place will eveii tuaily be taken by the late Mr William 1'arrer, of New South Wales, in the history of wheat heeding cauntt yet be estimated, tat it is certain that his work will stand as a landmark. His patient, unassuming but tireless energy produced numbers of new varieties suitable for Australian conditions that have since greatly added to the national wealth of the Common wealth . Since his time scientists in different parts of the world have devoted increased attention to the evolution of new varieties, and in, Australia four States are busily v-ngaged in the work. Just now keener interest than ever is mani fested in the subject in England, The Home Grown Wheat Com mittee, appointed in 1901,.has been steadily pursuing inquiries to de termine how better bread making kinds can be secured of a type able to compete against imported-sorts. English, colonial and foreign wheats lave been tested, but none of them, under E...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Hospital Band Sunday AT CARRON AND SAMMY'S LAKE. £27 3s. Sd COLLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Hospital Band Sunday AT CARRON AND . SAMMY.'S LAKE. ; £27 3s. Sd COLLECTED. .. The Donald Brass Baud journeyed, to CarrOri - aud Sammy's Lake ou Sunday last, and held services in aid of the St. Aruaud Hospital. On arrival at Carron there wjis'a goodly muster of people, but the service did not begin until nearly 3 o'clock. Mr. Arthur Pyers was appointed chairman, aud Messrs. D. Bourke aud A. Pyers collectors, and ,£11 5s 4d was collected. Speeches were delivered by Messrs. J. Patterson and C. H. Wilson. The bandsmen were .entertained at afternoon tea at Franklin's Half Way Hotel. From there they con tinued the journey to Sammy'sLake. Unfortunately, owiugto the lateness of their arrival at Carron, the band did not arrive at Sammy's Lake until 5 o'clock. There was a fair number of people assembled, aud the satisfactory sum of ,£15 Ss <fd was collected. Mr. Johnston was appointed chairmau, and Mr. Ross collector. The roads were in splen did order, the weather perfect, and alt...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Colonial Bank of Australasia, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

The Colonial Bank of Aus tralasia, Ltd. The balance-sheet of the Colonial Bank of Australasia, Ltd., for the half-year ended 31st March last bas been published. The net profit tor the half-year amouuts to £27,146 >s Jd. A dividend at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum is being paid on both preference and ordinary shares. £10,000 is being placed to the Reserve Fund, making £20,000 for the year, ana raising that fund. to£-»0,000. £1000 is being placed to the Officers' Provident Fund ; and the sum of ,£9,475 14s Id is being carried forward. The Bank continues to maintain its reputation far great financial strength. Cash and other liquid assets amount to /1,S70,]('7, which is larger than I the total of the non-interest bearing ! deposits of the public, and is equal I to about -10 per cent, of the Bank's total liabilities. Deposits now stand zt _£■),-)) 7,-35—an increase of ^23,3,502 for the past 12 months— the highest figures reached in the history of the institution. The Bank is iu a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

For-Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 HAD ATTACK OF l'NUUJIONIA QUICKLY CURED BY DR. SHEL DON'S NEW DISCOVERY. " I had a very bad attack of Pneu monia," writes Mrs Bessie Vincent, 44 Egau-street, Newtown, N.S.W. " 1 \Vas so bad I had to have a doctor. My cliest and throat wt>re most terribly painful. I don't think I would have boon hereto-day if it had not been for Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, for no matter what medicines I took, I could not ^et a wink of sleep. My mother brought ma a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. I took a doso, and was able to sleep, and woke up with tho pains all ^oue, s0 I kept on taking the remedy, and was soon completely \ curod." Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is i sold at Is lid and 3s. Obtainable every- 1 where.

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Watchem Red Cross Bazaar. SPLENDID FINANCIAL SUCCESS. Following is a list of takings at the recent bazaar:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Watchem Red Cross Bazaar. ci>T I'NDID FINANCIAL bl SUCCESS.. Following is a list of takings at llie recent bazaar :—. £ g d_ Faucy stall Spiunit'gr JeI1Il Produce stall Noveltv stall Sweet Stall KitclitU .sta.'l Sheep guessing Sale of gifts Flower stall Hoop-la Refreshments Dip Door Collected by Mes dames Clarke aud Blair for bazaar ... £ s. d. 47 1 10Yl 54 1 0 21 17 2' 2.3 13 1 15 ]2 6 ■" 16 5 5 7" 0 0 i y 5 S 5 3 1 5 4 7 5 3 0 1 6 7 4 0 3 (3 9 0 Total ... ,£225 3 S'/2 This magnificent result reflects the greatest credit on the energetic Hon. Secretary, Miss K. McErvale, whose untiring efforts contributed so greatly towards the success of lbe bazaar. , '

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Special Cattle Safe. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Special Cattle Safe. At the special cattle sale, to be held at W. A. Morgan's yards on Friday next, a number of cows in full profit will be offered, also a splendid lot of forward springers. Outside buyers for fat cattle have j promised to be present. This sale promises well, and stockowqers will be well advised to send their cattle j along. A few fat sheep and some . fine big pigs will also be offered. |

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Dookie Agriulture College REPORT FOR [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Dookie ^oile^ RBPORT Fry,7. Mr. pye, pri,„7" Agricultural cv"" for the mouth c; »r the weather co 1 tinned dry and i, O ily 16 points ■ ilr: live s:oji- i."1 and there ;,re Sy.n," on the College and iK;| Clan McGregor, \vh:7:| very favorably co^l visitors. -'I The demand for . | keeps up, and a de-^1 Whites has set in, are »low avaflable^l White, or Large Yot's i Pye's opinion, the the large breeds fo 5| the Berkshire. '{® On April 1st a n a,. laying puliets was P,i' the College. Three Leghorns, each contact lets, one pen 0{ while J one pen of Ply^,; one ol Black Orping^; part in the test. The p'j Wyandotte pen are Q hens by ail imported' midge cockerel, asj. Wyandotte cockerel ip-' Knglish strain will be & pullet, in the comp^ The hatching seas;5" mence about the begiJE;, and some experiment^ incubation will be carriei, The preparation off* the present season's c being pushed on, andps 1000 acres will be pjf, should future conditiouj" able. From <soo to o» occupy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

^ommonweaftbAjBai^'famlia IIEAl) OKFJCE SYDNEY £?a"n GeraeraB Batra^lirag Busisiess pUpai CITIE8 and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances nude to, And draft* drawn on foreign place* direct. Foteiga bills negotiated and collected. Letter* of credit issued to ubj part of the world. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United liinfdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Intereat paid on fized deposits. Advance* made against approved securities. Savings IBaraEs Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at.over - ,trv, — Poot Offices interest at «o/ r!2iT^r 25SO in Australia P°r an""!*r '*/o Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Sating Bank Facilities . JAMER KF.M-. I>«p»itr «OT«rnor. Jnnt. tw DENJS'W UILLRP.. OoT«rnor i„,i„;.u,i„5a^gas; iu'ih '.■w.w,,"' 'uw.w,-... h u y 1/ Lyric P£cfr.ur«s Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As the management have made arrangement...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

— i-.i— «. • are verv liable to catch jciiooi <Lmiaren f2° m a" WeiHtltrS " u often having to sit in school with wet feet. Apart from this, they are always facc to i.:ce with the risli. from infection—especially when epidemics of 1; !i<rc;j:ntJ Coujh, .Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about. •Nui'.t'rs ol School Boys and Girls'however can be always I'RLh i>! \'\X'LTY if they have a Lottie of Hearae's - in ilic house, as one dose of this Medicine at the first indication of a "cold will at once "nip in the hud" Tihat mi(iht otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Group, Golds on the Chest 1 he REMEDY with tfie REPUTATION. From all CHEMISTS and STORES. W. G. HEARNE & CO. Ltd., GEELONG, VICTORIA. Sydney. N.S.W.. Wellington, N.Z. Cure = 41^ ■jSt. ft if#-#! I The above are bold statements to | make, but Melotto users the world ' I over will endorse same. Every year I tens of thousands of Separato...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DOANLD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1916 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

The Doqald Tiiqe? With which is incorporated the Donald Express and I,ands boro0gh Timbs. Tuesday, May 2, 1916 Local and General News. For Our Boys.—At W. A. Mor gan's yards on Saturday last another monster pumpkin (the gift of Mrs. A. Bennett) was offered for sale. Mr Dooley was the first buyer at 7s. 6d. The pumpkin was offered several times, the purchasers- being Mr. A. Stephens, 5s ; Mr. W. Crone, 4s; Mr. O. Meyer, 2s., and when sold " for keeps'' Mr. Tucker was the buyer at 2s. Messrs. Gus Meyer, J. T. Pearse, Tucker, Wort ley, G. Meyer, M. Donuellan, Sweeney, Humphrey, and Gree.n each gave Is. to the fund, making a grand total of 30s. This money, at the request of Mrs Beunett, will be handed to Mr G. F. Oakiey for the Beckham Fuud (for local re turned sick aud wounded soldiers). . # , *. * * * # 'A- * Latest War News. — It is officially annouuced that Kut El Amara has fallen after a resistance of 143 days. General Townsheud's force consists of 2970 British aud 6000 Indians. :*...

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AMBER BEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

AMBER BEADS. The old-time uurse or mother believed that a string of ambenbeads tied around the baby's neck would protect the child from sore throat. The woman of to-day charms nway the baby's cough or sore throat with Dr. Shel'don's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds, the medicine that I is safe and sure. Trice, Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. The Ocean Grove House, near J Oueeuscliff, contains 70 large rooms j —'all oa the ground floor; in two acres, overlooking the bay. Fami lies or parties of friends can engage j suites of rooms. Meals optional. Ideal spot for children. Croquet, tennis, golf, billiards, and fishing. Terms are strictly moderate. Tele- j phone or write for particulars to H. Chisholm.—Advt. Recruiting Sergeant: "Well,! missus, does your man want to enlist?" Man's Wife: "Want to enlist; he's got to enlist. But how do these kids and me stand ? Five of us. N How much do I get?" Recruiting Sergeant: " With your kids you'd get 2Ss 6d a week." Man's Wife : "Twenty-ei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Missis Perkins pulled up on the sidewalk While a bill-sticker postered a lv.ill, And pointed her " gamp •' at th<; picture, Tlie roost popular poster of all. - She stopped every persoa who passed her. Just fco say she was certain mid sure The best medicine sold, for coucrli or a cold, Is " this Woods' Great Peppermint •Cure." CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. Black Fish.—From 1st Septem ber to loth December in each year (both days inclusive.) Trout of all kiiids not indigenous to Victoria.—From the 1st May to the o 1st August iu each year (both days inclusive) . Murray Perch, including so-called Murray Bream and Murray Cod. —From 1st October to 30th Novem ber iu each year (both days iuclu sive). Minimum Lengths and Weights of Fish. Blackfish (except iu streams flow ing north from the Great Dividing Range), -to/..: Murray Cod, l^lbs ; Murray Perch, Soz.; Perch, 5 oz ; English perch, 4oz.; Trout of all kinds, not indigenous to Victoria, 11 iu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

I Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, | For coughs and colds never fails, ]/<> ! LUMBAGO. Lumbago is a rheumatism of tin: muscles of the back, There is no need whatever of internal treatment of anv sort—nil that is required is to apply Ghaiuberlatu's Vain Balm and massage tlui back at eajh application. It is < always best to ltoep quiet for a fow days, | as every movement of the bjdv aggra vates the disease. Chamberlain's Pain Balm has been used successfully in many 1 cases One application relieves the pain. ' Sold by Hannah Bros. j

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How Huns Treat Prisoners SHOCKING REVELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

How Huns Treat Prisoners SHOCKING REVELATIONS. A sensation lias been caused in South Africa by the publication in the Natal " Witness" (published at. Petermaritzburg) of the report of the commission which has investi gated the allegations of atrocities against British prisoners in German South-West Africa. Some of the revelations are of a shocking character, even German witnesses admitting that British pri soners had been persistently starved. Instances are quoted in the report of prisoners, almost fainting from hunger, standing in queues awaiting au opportunity to drink the blood of slaughtered oxen. They also boiled the soft part of the discarded hides, iu order to extract nutriment. Men were forced to go half naked among women Kaffirs, because the Germans would not clothe them. Specific instances are cited of gross outrages on British officers. One German doctor named Seitz ordered some officers to be placed in irons during their transit from place to place. Captain Geary, who wa...

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Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON. Following are the fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuiug season:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Courting. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON. 1<V1 ivvitig are J.he fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuiug season : — Maryborough.—May ,5 and -I, | June 5 and 6, July 5 and 6, August { \ 2 and -3, aud August 30 and 31. Ky;it;ton.—May 6, June 10 and 12, July 15, August 12, September 9. : Donald.—May 24, June 14, July IS, 19 and 20, August 23'. St. Arnaud.—'May 16 and 17, Ju*ie 20 and 21, July 11 and 12, August 8 aud 9, September 6. Swan Hill.— May 10, Juae 14 and'15, July 12, August 9 and 10. • Kerang.-^May 17, June 21, July 19, August 23, Septembe- 6. Charlton.—May '27, June 24. July 26,'2f aiij .13. A ig.i-t 16 and 17, September 9. . Like —M.;y -3', June 28, July '2d, August 30 Wychep'oof.—May 3, •'une 7, July S a.ifl 6, Augubt 2.

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