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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

Names of the Lads, who are asso ciated with the Donald and adjacent districts, who have helped to defend the British Umpire from the Huns. ! Allen, R. Allen, A. Allen, H. Abbott, W. Aitkin, S. Adlam, W. ' Barrie, J. C. Barber, R. H. Barry, J. Birch, L. Berry, Mark Blair, G. Barnes, W. Bliss, Tlieo Bliss, B. Bruce, Roy Barry, Dan I Box, A. Bennett, P. j Beck hau), H. Baird, H. Boolev, Jim Belleville, J Eelleville, Vin Barber, A. W. Basset, M. Bennett, A. Bailes, Alt Byrne, C. Burge, W. Bray, 0. Baircl, B. F. Brockeushire, A. Baddock, Don Belleville, A. P. Boucher, John Bosvvell, Chas Bun worth, J. Bell, Henry Baker, J. W. Baddock, Fred Bath, A. P. Burton, Frank Borden, R. Bennett, A. G. Boswell, G. Barber, R. Bickerton, C. Barratt, C. Carlyou, F, Cousins, C. Cossens, R. Clifford, Stau Canuard, H. Cantwell, Jas Clements, J. Coomb, \V. Cbapmau, A Cruikshauk, R. Cruiksbank, vV. Casey, Jim Cole, F Cleary, A .Cahir, M. Cavanagh, 3, Clark, Jack CottiugbanJ, A. Cannard,T; Clarke, Leslie Cos...

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

After a fine struggle between I;red Jyiudrum and Walter Liudrum for tbe billiard championship of Australasia, Fred Liudrum won. ITS value demonstrated. Vo« <aiiuot l)o too careful in buying cou»!i medicine for children. The one selected should lie free of opiates and i)tlier narcotics, pleasant, to take, aud one that can be depended upon. Chamber IniYs Cough Remedy ineots all these j requirements. l-'eiv medicines have met with such success in the treatment of bad colds as Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy. !t looses the cougli, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, and restores the sys tem to a healthy condition. Sold by liauuali Uros. Sf7GEORGE'S HALL."" Direction . . Percy Foster j Business Manager Charles Hardy j WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, MAY 10th aud 11th. THE Brilliant Punchinellos ENGLISH COSTUME COMEDY COMPANY. Three years' unprecedented success. Laughter, Song, Wit. Prices—- and lib. Few reserves 3/. fruitF fbuiot A1TLLS, PEARS & QUINCES, os per case, At ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire at Banyenong. MR. TONKIN'S HAYSTACK DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 5 May 1916

Fire at tJanyenong. MR. TONKIN'S HAYSTACK ' DESTROYED. J At about noon on Tuesday last a telephone message was lecaived by Mrl- Murray, of the Royal George Hotel, statiug that a fire bad broken out on one of Mr. J. B. Tonkin's baystaclcs at the farm about six miles from Donald. The alafrmwas quickly given and two horses attached to the manual fire engine. Some difficulty was experienced in securing the horses, but previous to the firemen's arrival Dr. Calhoun and Mr. W. A.. Morgan turned up at the Brigade station and picked up several firemeu and others, who were conveyed by motor cars to the scene of the conflagration. On airival it was discovered that a 25 ton haystack was 011 fire. Before the fire engine arrived three tar paulins were placed around the adjacent stack, about 15 feet away, and buckets of water throvvn 011 the tarpaulin to keep the hay from igniting. When the brigade ai rived | they connected with a lake .SOOft. j away and soon had a good stream I playing on the bur...

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

Mr Higgs threatens to seize the Adelaide Steamship Company's steamers because the ' company pro poses to charge -Is a ton more oti freights, which include the Com monwealth sugar purchases. Harry G» Hawker, the Victorian aviator, has beaten the world's aviation record foi altitude, having risen to J -I, -1 < > 0 feet at Brooklnnds. Do not be a craven Iiuarl and let alllic i;;oii.-> scan:, Xol a spineless (atili>t, and suffer in despair ; Take reverses iiijhtiiijj hard and win as best you can. Dare to call your soul your own, and dare to bo a man. It' you havo a cough or cold, iu> matter how tsevor<> ]!o not lut iC jjOT you down, an 1 weaken you willi foal-; There's a oortain remedy, 'lis absolutely sure— WaBte no time, but <^ut to work with Woods' Great Peppecuunt' Curu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

At the last meeting rf] Lake A. & P. Society it« that all lefuuded prfe: Handed over to the to'; the Red Cross Society. A German prisoner n-I Artabruster, 21 yean: elf .shot by the guard whik to escape from the Gaaz tration camp at HoldsworUg I South Wales. ■ A deputation of raefflb Hawthorn City Councils! the Premier (Sir AleasJ cock) on Wednesday the hope that some rernf-1 be found for the unccif position in which they >f-j by being forced tositw| council and discuss puh&j with a naturalised Gzf~\ Premier said he propose -' I the whole question wit leagues, aud then further bv briugiug it ' *"e.\-t Premier's Confereoff. I hope that some united be taken, 1 liave such a ciito little If you saw it you'd getofli'-J ffc's far clippings of sli tiioW'S'J About Woods' Grsatl'eppejfi Gee' it must cti r« j)opuhrBf'' ! Thelaia told hk> there's ft"' Aud only to-day I liearil G'3,1f 1 It's the best in the wdrw,(t ' For Chronic Cbrft Wood's Great Pepper®111' ST. UEURGE'S D...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Letter From the [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

Letter From Mr- and Alrs ,',r^ •towu, have rec^M nrnr fr0m ti,eif ^ iis-l WlIle>'- 12th Fje Lf Parents,Jvr' the above that r i, a *< tny last letter tv. the, l-'th Coy., I,y y with the latter el1 ^1 rtlarch. I tln,i °®pasv J euce ofweiS^l carp »y S with me. If audi sure I will havetrtJ second Sandow 1^ months. I s.mJ * how I managed to^l place. Well, it 4fr Nf to my last trip here j by train iQ truck^H boat- We came l;1 Sweet water canal, 2 £ ! our stores, &c o,r,f N j we made ourselves j I built comprised 0lie' J , : of barrels, and oiieof'^1 "e tied together, ,5 J I a>°V No!TVa F^i j trip. We left Vetf day, 27th March> ^ had only So„p , ' ?■ !rir? iT^Jgi fell into the canal, i i gough for the captain^ He roared a I'Mo . • I would have to off my clothes andafe and diving for at)out";i ga v e up the contract, lp niggs' camealong'ajtj to give me a hand to J-\ ofter another ten oiad had to give it up asaJ did not mind much, as '£ swim and wash—the H-l had f...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

SHORTENING ITS COURSE. Onco settled iu the system whooping cough and colds must run a certain course, but the uso of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy very much shortens tbe time required for a complete recovery. In lyhooping cough it liquifies the tough mucus ancl aids its expectoration, reuder-t ing the fits of coughing lessfrequent and less severe. Chair\bi;rla\n's Cciugh Re medy deprives whooping cough of any dangerous consequences and ensures a complete recovery in less time than is usually required. Sold by Hannah Bros. A boy named Angus M'Leod, 9 years of age, was found on the road near Marnoo on Wednesday even ing, apparently having been thrown from a horse. He was (alien to the St. Arr(aud Hospital next day, when he was found to be suffering from laceration of tbe brain and fracture of the skull', and was at once operated on by the house sur geon. A.1IBKR llRADS. The old-time nurse or mother believed that a string of amber beads tiod around the baby's neck -would protect the-child...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Locking the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

Locking the Murray. The scheme for locking t:he Murray is the subject, of a special report submitted by Major Johhson, the American expert engaged by the South Australian Government. A detailed survey of the river be tween the State boundary and Weutworth has been completed, and a set of maps indicating all details of topography and hydro graphy over a distance of 863 miles has been prepared. Kxploration to determine foundation conditions involved ihe sinking of 1600 bores to distanre-s of 40ft. and less below water level at '50 different localities. I,ock sites have been selected at Blauchetown, Boggy Flat, Overland Corner, Loxtou, Boundary Creek, and Kuloiue Cteek. Consideration is also being giveu to the construc tion of two locks between Paringa and Boundary Creek. In fixing lock sites care was taken to select those which will best facilitate irri gation as well as navigation. The pool surfaces have been raised in some cases above the elevations required for navigation. Major Jo...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trade After War. GERMAN DUMPING SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

Trade After War. gp:rman dumping signs. The fact that Germau trade orga nisations are summoning all tbeir energy aud ingenuity to defeat the Allies' plans against Germau trade after the war renders it imperative I that the Commonwealth Govern ment should lose no time in framing a tariff which will set up an un assailable barrier againrt the dump ing of German goods in this country when hostilities cease and the world's commerce resumes its nor mal course. No announcement on tariff revision has yet been made by the Minister of Customs, beyond a statement that it is essential that it must be dealt with by the present Parliament, the life of which expires in about eighteen months. Evidence is available that, with State financing, German factories have been kept ruuning with female labor and that of old men and youths under the military age. They are producing goods as fast as possible, in readiness to export when the war ends. Ninety per cent, of the sale value is advanced upon all goo...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

NOTICE. !tU lal'^e circulation the "Times" lias £ attained throughout the Wimmern and bailee, and the fact that it provides for its readers the best reports of current events, constitute it the very best medium for advertisers.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDS BOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1916. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

> Oiiqalii Timeg With which is incorporated the Donald Exprkss and Lands borough Times. Tuesday, May 9, 1916. Local and General News. Important to Electors.— During the mouth of April prose cutions for non-enrolment on the Commonwealth electoral roll have been carried out within the Division of Wimmera and convictions have been secured at Chillingollah, Donald, Murrayville, Outen, Sea Lake, and Wycheproof, and fines ranging from 2s 6d to 5s were inflicted. It therefore behoves all citizens—both men and women— who have reached the age of 2 I to ascertain if they are correctly en rolled ; if not, claim cards may be obtained at any post office or from any electoral registrar. These pro secutions are instituted, without intermission, throughout the year, and for their own protection people should attend to this mafer of enrolment, which can be effected in a few moments and without any trouble. *m* *«.*: * .* Lyric 'Pictures. — The Lyric Pictures will- show again next Saturday evening...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

WliAIC BACKS. The weak spot in mirny nseu at}4 women is the back. H gives out befqre the other parts of the body. I t gets tired and aches terribly ;iftcr st day's work. A tired, weak baek pulls a person right dunii and lenders lifo miserable. TI10 Kidneys are often supposed to be the cause, but usually tho muscles and ten dons in the bnek have been strained. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment is the proper and only permanent remedy. Rub ;t into the pores of tho back, and a fqelhjjj of renewed strength and vigor v..ill cumo immediately, and a low such treatments will tix you up all right. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment takes out soreness atul inflammation. It; invigorates -and freshens all muscular tissues, it contains ingredients that you never used before. Price, Is lid and .'js. Obtainable every where. IX NKVKR FAILS. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is all its .name implies. It re lieves diarrhoea and dysentery in either children or adults, and tlie most viuleut crises 0£ ...

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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

BAIXARAT PRODUCE MARKET, Ba^lara*,' Saturday a Business quiet. Fowls' wheat 4/9 to 5/, Flour HI 1/5, Bran 25/5, P >1 lara £6/5. A--s i iation prices. Mait I g.harUv 3/11 io 4/2 pri'iie E.ijilisli Stud 2/] 1 to 3/i <Jape; oal.s to 2/2 ; Peas to 5/9 ; prime chaffi g sheaves L2, masger L2/5; straw to 35/. Potatoes L5/I5 to 1,6. L-Uta'B.lCJG, Lu .ibajcrs is :l Jijeuuiufrisui ,91 jttsft muscles of the liaek rhere is no need . wiiatover nf-internal fcjreatraer.t of any, !()r: —:ilI f.hiif is renuijreit is ,to apply: CJ!l !;i.'u'a Pain fi ilm sn<i massage I I-. 1 S).ic:s 1' ea-li appUcsiios. ft js; II .viy- K-.r in keep quiet for a few as even- n.ivement of the b.idv ag(j>u cwla: tfii- disease. Chamberlain's Pa; 11 Jus iieen used s-ccessfullv in many cases 1O111! application relieves the pain. Sold by Hn.<:/jah Bros. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 On 'onday night a laborer named ! •w.hades Hnrvey, or Hcbbs, was burned to ...

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HORSE PARADES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

HORSE PARADES. Horsliam—July 3 to 7. Murtoa—Wed., July 2(S. Mitivip—Wed., Aug. M. Warraektiabeal—Thurs., Aug. 10 Nhill—Wed., Aug. 16. Dituboola—Thurs., Aug. 17. Jeparit—Wed., Aug. 2.3. * Rainbow, Thurs., Aug. 21.

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Donald A. and P. Society [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

Donald A. and P. Society The usual monthly meeting of the above was held at the Royal George Hotel oil Saturday afternoon last. Present:—Messrs W. R. Basset (in the chair), W Sproat, A. Black, G. Muir, R. Hancock, \V. A. Morgan, Ii. Moore, W. Coats, A. Stephens, A. Hepworth, G. Pope, G. \Vood fall, W. Cruikshauk, W. R. Pope, Ii. Pope, M. Bolger, and J. I,. Pcursc. CORRESPONDENCE. From Chamber of Agriculture, re disposal of gifts for Australian sick and wounded soldiers. From Victorian Red Cross Society advising that the wheat douatious be sent into the pool, and that the names of donors be sent so that gifts could be suitably acknowledged — Agreed to. From Department of Agriculture, stating that owing to financial stress it has been decided to suspend the Government grant to Agricultural Societies. Also stating that the Department's arrangements for the holding of stallion parades, lectures and far mers' classes will be continued. A somewhat curtailed time table for stallion parades...

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Coming Events. SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

Coming Events. SHOWS ' Goroke—First week in Sept. Natimuk—Tues , Sep. 12. Hopetoun—Friday, Sep. i5 Beulah—'Tues., Sep.; 19. Warrackuabeal --Friday, Sep- .22. Minyip-^Tues., Oct. 3. Si. Aruaud—Wed., October 4 Horsham—Tburs, aud Fri., Oct. 5 and 6. Nliill—Wed., Oct. It. v Dimboola—-Friday, Oct. 13f Jeparit—-Wednesday, Oct. IS. Rainbow—Friday, Oct. 20.' Rupanyup, Tuesday, Oct. 25. Murtoa, Friday, Oct. 27.

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The Markets. SUCCESSFUL CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

The Markets. SUCCESSFUL CATTLK SAL,K. ' Mr W. A. Morgan held another successful special cattle sale on Friday last, when S9 head of cattle were yarded, and nearly all were sold at full late market rates. A fair number of oulside buyers were present. Prices for fats were from 10s to 30s above last Ballarat and Melbourne market values; down country bnyers were not much in evidence on account of rise. The market finished very lira; for fats, and was not fully supplied. One milk cow in full profit yarded, a beautifully bred Jersey 1 year and S months old, sold account Mr J. Falla, Gippsland, to Hepworth Bros., Woomelaug, for .£18. A very nice lot of springers changed hands ; all were a little backward, : but prices were high. Very few i stores wereyaided. | Fat Cattle.—The yarding con ; sisted of some nice bullocks (no j heavy weights), steers, cows and I heifers. Mr P. Harty topped the market for springers, with a nice red and white heifer at. ,£17 10s. Mr R. J. P\iila topped the marke...

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Napier's Fodder or Elephant Grass. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

Napier's Fodder or Ele= phant Grass. (To THU EntTOK.) Sik,—The severe di ought through which we have passed has very forcibly reminded us of the great value of prolific and drought re sisting fodder plauts, and the above variety is highly euiogised by South African authorities. In its native habitat, Central Africa, it attains the height of 16 feet. With me last season it reached 10 feet, and produced a large quantity of dark green, succulent and nutritious fodder, which, according to analysis, is much richer than green maize. Its cultivation in Rhodesia, South Africa, which is a great cattle coun try, although a large extent of it consists of poor, sandy soil, with a | light rainfall, is now making rapid strides, and a Government official there says : " There is a consensus of opinion that in this plant we have found a fodder of great value which is available in a green form during the greater part of the year, thrives well in a variety of soils, and resists remarkably both frost a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

Commomm I'atile rei JlanV.i - Vn.-., °f H1t( 1! HA ! > (»i • VI C: K -S V I)N KV Goneral Business princftSu CJTIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON ivi^'w «nn<ly to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direcc. Foreign bills :.-.t ;«int pillu-oted. Li*t rers of ercdit. issued to any part of .the world. il -'n *iiii Kr.sine^-* of i-very deacription transacted within the Commonwealth, "a opened.' Interest paid on fixed Uepoaita. H-.if . Ltippr 2»l SCt" Savings Barak Department BRANCHES in the chief ccntrcs and AGENCIES at over Post Offidca Interest, at no, in Australia.' ' P®r, afinuro *^/o and Papua up to £300 INTKUSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Sayings Bank Facilities DEKISOK MII.I.ER, Ooti 1 ILyrie 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 in possession of a first class Pathe Biograpk outfit, they will be enabled to put before the Donald public an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 May 1916

iHE/5RTfE* wo 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 BROn nffTFC fill This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Heariie who i3 a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ouncc of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fad: that HEARNE'S BR0N CURE " is equally beneficial X,\ to young CHILDREN,- jSpr^y 'liiSp »®\ ^ jkmrnj) "•COHSi-'KPTIOH IM litl* J ■ i11 The Latest r.Iode: ; Mc'cJto Separator ' soon save: its cost, j Besides giving! more and better I cream the Melotto | saves most time sin.d.I.abpr, js easiest tb turn and clean, aiid infinitely more dur able than aay other machine. he above ere bold statements to make, but Melotto users the workl over will endorse same. Every year tens of thousands of Separators are exchanged for the Melotto. Why not see our local Agent aivi ur...

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