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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Nsws in Brief. Over j£5,000 collected on Auzac Button Day in Melbourne. The usual monthly meeting of. the Donald Fire Brigade will be'held.at the Brigade Station .this evening.: The attested married men in th; groups up to 35 years ot age in L^rd Darby's scheme have bje;i called The Mildura " Cultivator states •t'jat the grand aggregate of fruit deliveries/for the; season is■■ 9354 I tons,''"a'gainst 7043 for 1915, and | 3475 for. 1914 ; , During-irhe past•'• week -9-3 imtor-i vehicles were re<is.ered throughout Victoria—41 moior cars and 52 motorcycles. At Arcudale oue youn» disciple of^Isaac Walton Das caught 122 cod for the season, the heaviest scaling 22 lbs. Not a bad record. Amongst other contributions to the Repatriation Fund, the Lircl Mayor (Sir David Hennessy) has received a cheque for ^1000 from the Harriet Glass Rubber Com pany. The committee oi the Perth Celtic Club has sent the following cable gram to Mr. Johu Redmond— "Irishmen of Western Australia regret t...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Sporting Notes. THE TURF. At the Sydney yearling sales on Thursday a Mountain King colt, from Caserta's Daughter (imp.) was purchased by Mr. Isaac Foul-' sham for 1325 guineas. A colt by Malt King from Bon Annie, by Grafton, went to Mr. J. H. Barnes, Queensland, for 950 guineas. The Ararat Races took place on Wednesday, in aid of the Red Cross funds. Results : — Trial Hep.— Hartoy 1, Master Prudence 2. Handicap—Ullina. Trot—Queenie Gratlen ], Abbey Mac 2, Victory 3. Flying Hep.—Princess Xeny 1, Lodgebolt 2, Correction 3. Novelty Pony Race—Assembler 1, Selma 2,. First Kiss 3. Welter — Princess Xeny 1, Ven Error 2, Wyreema 3. At the Ararat races on Wednes day Turner rode four winners out of six events. Prince Bardolph's time for the Sydney Cup on Easter Monday, 3rain. 24 l/z sec., constitutes an Aus tralian record for two miles, and is only three-quarters of a second out side the Australian record estab lished by Warstep iu New Zealand iu April of last year. By running the two miles i...

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

THE BANE OF OU) AGIO. The bane of old age is constipation. Wifcli elderly people tho bowels become weak and unable to perform their func tions without aid. For tljis purpose only the mildest aud gentlest laxative should be used. The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble and luakos the constipation worse. Ohamburlaiu'a Tablets are a favorite with people of middle a-^e and older on account of their gentle action. Sold by Hannah Bros. For Chronic Chest Complaint Wood's Great Peppermint Cure 1/6.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Watchem. Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 May 1916

Watchem. Red Cross Society. The following goods have been forwarded to the Red Cross Depot: 120 pairs sox, 58 flannelette shirts, 52 pillow cases, 12 pyjama suits, 3 khaki shirts, 1 flannel under-, pants, 3 pairs mittens, 2 arm; pads. Donatious. — Miss McEi vale, 3 pairs..sox; Miss Beattie Borden, 1 pair sox; Mrs. R. H. Blair, 2 cushions-; Mrs.. Dickie, old linen and literature; Miss Naughton, 1 bundle wool; Mrs. 'Griffiths, old linen; -Mrs. A. Rankin, writing pad and envelopes ; Miss A. Rich mond, 1 tin boracic acid; Mrs. E. O'ivleara, wool.

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

V: COURSING. The hare drive organised for last week end did not-'eventuate, owing to the small number who turned up at the appointed time. : ' A hare drive is being organised fot next week end, when it is hoped a sufficient number will turn up to ensure1 a successful drive.. Since the drought year hares are not so numerous as formerly, so that a special effort is required on this occasion.

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

Methodist Intercessory Service. On Tuesday last, Anzac Day, a Commemorative and Intercessory service was conducted in the local Methodist Church by the Rev. R. Osborne Cook, the service being based upon the order of service con- ducted in Westminster Abbey. The choir rendered an appropriate and beautiful anthem. The King's tri- bute to the Anzac heroes, cabled to the Governor-General, was read to   the congregation. The preacher based his address on the text " In your patience ye shall win your souls." Patience here signifies the endurance of suffering. As with individuals so with nations, the dis- cipline of suffering is necessary to   the development of the highest qualities of character The " soul" of a nation is its character, that for which it stands. England stands for truth, freedom, honor. In her   abolition of slavery, her defence of   weaker nations, her regard for the Bible, England won her "soul." Germany, by her disreg...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Compulsion London [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

Compulsion When t-liR ^udoi Wfcn the Iiou;e;;l 0„ T«e,day ;i0U"Ceathat «" be wou!d iutroduCe a compulsion geu /*1 diately. * „n' '«»' mvnl M

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

IX NEVER FAILS, t '1 i:itiil>erl;i.in's Colic a,u,ti Diarrhoea Remedy is all its name implies. It re lieves diarrhoea and dvsontery iu either children or sulults, and thu most violent nasus of cramp, eolir, or pain in the stomach j^ive way to a few dosos o{ this medicine. It never fails. Sold by Ilannah Bros,

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

News in Brief. ? Aii effort is being macl-2 to secure the Thursday half-holiday in Charl tou, in lieu cf Saturday. A further outbreak of pleuro amongst cattle depasturing in the Wagga district is reported. It is expected that there will be a return of, ,£12,000 in connection with'Anzac button day in Victoria. ; The Shire of Kara Kara invites applications for the position of weighbridge keeper at Cope Cope Thousands of cheering Londoners lined the streets to watch the triumphal march of the Auzacs to Westminster Abbey. ' During a hare drive at Henty on Saturday a man named Jack Geo ghegan, a well-known resident, was thrown from his horse and killed. Dried fruil deliveries at Mildara last week were uh-.iiu 400 ton"!, brinvciua; tbe grand aggregate to dale to over 12,000 tons. To date £9,500.000 Ins been paid for meat, cluese, an:] sebeelne purchas:d in Niw Zealaud on betiult of the Imperial Government. Birchip Agricultural Society holds its annual meeting on Saturday, when the conside...

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The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

The Markets. Youtig Bros- report having sold duting the month of April:-—Acc. M. Coanellau, 260 4-th cross ewes ; K. Sheahan, 21 fat wethers; A. J Pyers, 11S cross wethers; F. T. Miller, S'36 merino weauers, and 600 cross weauers; Alex. Black, 30 fat wethers ; J. Whelau, 6-1 x wethers, and 1>1 merino ewes ; W. Sproat, 276 fat wethers; F. T. Miller. 192 fat wethers; IS. Bennetto, S7 weauers; R. A. Merrett, 200 cross wethers ; D. M'Callum, 3 bead fat cattle ; E Sheahau, 3 heifers; P. Sextoa, 2 fat cattle; B. Laver)', 1 steer; II. Camming, 1 milch cow ; J. Reseigh, 1 fat cow ; A. P. Bath, 1 harvester ; Crombie and Boswell, 1 plough and' 1 set barrows. Total—Sheep, 2775 ; cattle, 11. . On April 5th we held a successful clearing sale on account Hxecutors Chas. James. Horses made to £23, milkers to ,£1-1, 3.stacks hay to 25s ; quantity oats, 10s .3d per bag, har vester ,£o5, binder ,£1S 10s ; suite furniture ,£25 10s, do. £12 10s carpet, £5 5s. and numerous sun dries at good prices. On...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

NOTICK, frUIli lar^e circulation tile "Tiuies" lias JL attained throughout the Wiwuiuru and Mallee, anil the fact that it provides for its readers t ho best reports of current events, constitute it the very best medium for advertisers.

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The Rebellion Ends. THE SINN FEIN REBELS SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

.-'The Rebellion Ends. THE SINN FEIN REBELS SURRENDER. The Sinn Fein rebellion in Irelaud has been brought to an end. It is officially anuouuced that all the Dublin commandoes have surren dered. The city is now safe. The-prisoners taken in Dublin number 100.0. Half of Sackville-street is in ashes. Handsome shops and business houses ! are-in 'ruins'. ' Almost the only things untouched are the monuments. The deaths number hundreds. The roofs of buildings in the B'our Courts area are littered with bodies The military declare that the Sinn Feiu sharpshooters were remarkably accurate with their fire iu the early stages'of the conflict. Jacob's biscuit factory,.which was taken possession of by the rebels in the early stages of the fighting, was set on fire. The building was com pletely gutted. The ruins were captured by the troops on Sunday, the rebels, who surrendered, being entirely subdued by the artillery. I This was the last rebel "fortress" to capitulate. Dublin as a business city i...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDS BOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916. SOLDIERS' REPATRIATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

The Donald Tirqe^ With which is incorporated the Donald Exprrss and Lands bokough Times. Friday, May 5, 1916. SOLDIERS' REPATRIATION SCHEME. The Australian Soldiers' Repatria tion Fund is designed to provide general assistance, by way of loans without interest, to returned sol diers and their families, with a view to their re-establishment in civil life. A resolution embodying the principle of this fund was adopted by a conference of representatives of the Commonwealth and State Governments and vi the Federal Parliamentary War Committee, held in Melbourne on February 17th | and l.Stii in connection with the scheme for the settlement of re turned soldiers oti the land. The fund is vested iu a board of trustees consisting of fourteen members, six of whom are members of the Federal Parliamentary War Com mittee, the-other eight being nomi nated by the Commonwealth Go vernment. The Prime Minister is chairman of the trust, ex officio. The organisation and collection of the fund in each St...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Personal Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

Personal Par s'. A recent wire from Oueenslaud suites that Mr. Godfrey Morgan, who recently underwent a painful operation, is improving nicely. Mr. Bern Davisou, whose severe illness from pneumonia was reported in our last issue, is now progressing well towards recovery. Mr. John O'Meara, formerly ot Cherrup, has enlisted aucl gone into camp. ' Mr. R, II. Earl, president of the Maryborough Free library, died suddenly on Friday night, of heart failure, aged 52 years. .Joe Hogan, of the Postal Depart ment, left- Birchip on Tuesday for the city. to. take up a position on the staff of the G-.P.O. Miss Annie Powell, late pupil at Warracknabaal High School, has been appointed junior teacher at the Minyip Stale School. Miss A. Cameron, who for the pasr eight years has been acting as assistant secretary to the B.>rung Shire, has accepted a similar posi-. tion vvith the Lowan Shire Couucil. Mary Jaue Mooire, of Coonooer West,''who'died on February 22, left by will dated January 24, 1910, ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

Local and General News. Donald Firk Brioade.—Owing to the fire at Mr Tonkin's farm last Tuesday, the meeting of the fire biigade arranged for that evening was postponed until next Tuesday evening. Lyric Pictures.—The Lyric Picture Company showed to a good house at St. George's Hall ou Wednesday eveniug. The usual attractive pictures were presented. A choice programme will be given on Saturday, commencing at " p.m. •»...> * * The Ocean Grove House, near Queeuscliff, contains 70 large rooms —all 011 the ground floor, in two acres, overlooking the bay. Fami lies or parties of friends can engage suites of rooms. Meals optioual. Ideal spot for children. Croquet, tennis, golf, billiards, aud fishing. Terms are strictly moderate. Tele phone or write for particulars to H. Chisholm.—Advt. *** St. Arnaud Hospital. — On Suuday last the St. Arnaud baud conducted services at Brain's and at the racecourse, the collections totalling £1 7s and aud £16 14s 4d respectively. A Handsome Profit. — Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

WEAK BACKS. The weak spot iu many 11101 and women is the baek. It gives out before tho other parts of the body. It gets tired una aches terribly after a day's work. A tired, weak back pulls a person right down and renders life miserable. 1'ho Kiduuys are often supposed to be the cause, but usually the muscles and ten dons in the back have beou strained. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment is the proper and only permanent remedy. Hub it into tiie pores of the back, and a feeling of renewed strength and vigor will come immediately, and a four such treatments will fix you up all right. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Inuiuieut takes out soreness and inflammation. It; invigorates and freshens all muscular tissues. It contains ingredients that you never used before. I'rice, Is Ijd and :is. Obtainable every where. Requests are to be made by the State Conservator of Forests to the American Go\<;r:mieut for a number of seeds of the Algaroba tree, the valuable properties of which, from a fodde...

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The Wheat "Pool" LATEST VICTORIAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

The Wheat "Pool" LATEST VICTORIAN STA TISTICS. The Victorian Wheat Commis sion has supplied statistics to 1st May relating to wheat operations in Victoria. They are as follow:— Bags. Wheat shipped 2,256,000 Wheat sold locally ... 1,492,000 Wheat io stock ... 15,350,000 Total 19,098,000 Valueceriificatespaid... ,£8,233,000 Local sales 1,086,000 Overseas sales 1,798,000

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Irish Division in France. ITS REPLY TO SINN FEIN REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

Irish Division in France. ITS REPLY TO SINN FEIN ' REVOLT. Mr Philip Gibbs, . war correspon dent of the " Daily Chronicle-." has telegraphed details of the.'Jictiofi • fought by the Irish Division ' at Loos, when new troops gallantly broke up a gas attack ,by the Ger tnaus. - " While the Siuu Feinners were besmirching, the honor of Ireland," he writes, " the Irish Division in France was proving that there are no politics in the army. The Dublin revolt is hateful to the men in the trenches. The Irish Division was holding a chalk pit at Hulluch, and experienced a hellish bombard ment on Thursday, day and night. The whole of the Loos salient was throbbing with high explosives. The officers rallied their men with the cry of ' Steady, boys !' Then at 5 a.m. a sudden shout gave warning that a gas attack had begun. The division donued hel mets. Amid remarks that they wished Casement would get a taste of this, the men fearlessly awaited the oncoming cloud, behind which was the German infant...

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EXPORT OF FLOUR. 3000 TON ORDER ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

EXPORT OF FlyOUR. 3000 TON ORDER ACCEPTED. Apart altogether from the con tract for the supply of something like 12,000 tons of Australian flour to the Allies, it is stated that a group of the yictorian mill owners has accepted a contract for the ship ment to overseas of about 30.)0 tons.

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Resources of German East Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

Resources of German East Africa. The April number of- tbe " Wind-.:, soi' Magazine" contains a survey of German liast Africa, its relation to the war and its future value to ; the victors, by 110 less an authority than Sir Harry Ii. Johnston, who, it will be remembered, arranged the British treaties in East African territory which were made in* lS.S4, when he was exploring Kiliman jaro. I11 the course of his theme Sit Harry Johnston says :— "German IJast Africa has very promising indications of gold im mediately to the south of Victoria Nyanza, and especially in the region trave-sed by tbe fourth degree of south latitude. It lias valuable irou ores, deposits nf copper—in Irangi, and also far to, the south, near the lower. Ruvuma—graphite, and coal, and there are indications of, bitumen in some parts not far from the Kilwa coast. Much as that phrase has been abused, it may be called 'a country of .immense possibilities' under good ^govern raeut. But it is a country that must be devel...

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