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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 19 May 1916

JHli 1SANK OF OU> A OK. The Iwne of old age is constipation. ■ With eVJwJv people the bowels become weak aud U'SteWe to perform their fane- | lions witUswt i:!,'/. vor this purpose only j the mildest himI .gw-rfrjest; laxative should ; fise used. The luirsli cathartic? j (aggravates the troitvitf makos the comjU'patiou worst;. i}h&whzru{tt)'s Tablfits I «iao t favorite with people m\-4')}£ a"c ■ anil «JlS»r 011 account of theit le action. Sui'S by Il.iuuih h'ros. For Chronic Chest Complaint Wood's Great Peppermint Cure 1/6. NOTICE. -. T;{E lar=;e circulation llie "Times" lias attained throughout the Wiwinera [ and Mnllee, 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
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON. Following are the fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuing season:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 19 May 1916

Coursing;. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON. Following are the fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuing season :— Maryborough.—May 3 and 4, June 5 and 6, July 5 and 6, August 2 and 3, and August 30 and 31. Kyueton.—May 6, June 10 and 12, July 15, August 12, September 9. Donald.—May 24, June 14, July 38, 19 and 20, August 23. St. Arnaud.—May 16 and 17, June 20 and 21, July II and 12, August and 9, September 6 Swan Hill.—May 10, June 14 and 15, July 12, August 9 and 10. Kerang.—-May J 7, June 21, July 19, August 23, September 6. Charlton.—May 2], Jj.me 24, July 2b, 27 sud 28, August Iti and 17, September( Lake Boga.—May ,31, June 28, .July 26, August 30. Wycheproof.—May 5, June 7, July 5 aud 6, August 2.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 19 May 1916

IN MEMORIAM CRONE,—In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Winnie, who departed this life on May 19th, 1914. 'Tis hard to break the tender cord, When love has bound the heart; 'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words, We for a time must part. Dearest loved one, we have laid thee, In the peaceful grave's embrace, But thy memory will be cherished. Till we see thy heavenly face. —Inserted by her loving parents, sisters and brothers.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Woods" Great Fox coughs and-cotf511 '

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News in Brief [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

nesdaySaHsJ'JJ^ Arnati<j n realised mises amountit ; 'l"<; sp^ksRatBD0°y^ £££=•$* I m,ent °f Aliens sider appoint T£t$ wounded H \ helP Our Bovs.-' k : At Birchip shire tt was carried asking mission to-innJJf further advance of ^ Aliuyip A. 6&°f «* resolved that a swf year, the date fot lk at next meeting. Re petition fot . Shire of Borung aad s Dunmunkle Shire ^ heard arguments {' ^ 19th May. a: uT1h° °0d- ^igbb 14 lb respectively, ,1 the Ayoca River ' £ weir by Messrs J, v. Jno. Robbins, The rainfall at \\v. was disappointing being registered. year is less than two a The death is announ.: Hamilton's oldest Q spected residents int Mrs Catherine M'Doai; years. . P- J' Cortnick,clcrj is at present on am«ai't place is being filled br1 Sauer, of the relieving Minyip Farmers' iv credit balance in ban£ Two outstanding acco the amount to nearly? We regret to cWa of Master Michael Hen and Mrs. C. Hera, <j The deceased snccumbd attack of rheumatic fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

The newspaper famine is becom ing more acute. In England, no fewer than 500 papers, have sus pended publication. I,ast week a further increase in tlie price of print ing paiper was made owing to s hipping difficulties. ITS VALUE DEMONSTRATED. You cannot be too careful in buying cough medicine for children. The ong selected should he free of opiates and other narcotics, pleasant to take, and one that can be depended upon. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, meets all these requirements. Few medicines have mot with such success in the treatment or bad colds as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, and restores the sys tem to a healthy condition. Sold by Hannah Bros. That she is the oldest Aus tralian native in the State is claimed for Mrs. Blight, of Cooee, 160 Page street, Middle Park, who recently celebrated her '.'0th birth day. She was born at Parramatta fN.S.W.) iu 1S26, and came to Victoria shortly after gold was discovered at Ballara...

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Empire Sunday at Donald Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Empire Sunday at Donald Methodist Church. Sunday last being Empire Sunday, snecial services were conducted ia the Methodist Church, which was beautifully decorated for the occa sion, the pulpit being adorned with a large Union Jack, and smaller flags being freely displayed else where. Mr. Edmund Pocock in the morning preached an appropriate and eloquent sermon from the test, "The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant places; yea, I have a goodly heritage'' (Psalms 16.6). He also gave an interesting talk to the children on the magnitude of the British empire, emphasing the fact that each individual- has a part to play in the making and the sustain ing of Empire. In the evening the Brass Band, under the conductor ship of Mr. Ditchburn, marched to the church, and rendered some sacred musical items outside the church, prior to the commencement of the service, and also played the National Anthem at the beginning and at the close of the service. The five front central seats were reserved f...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Boys are Scarce STATE EMPLOYS GIRLS. MORE TEACHERS NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Boys are Scarce state employs girths. more teachers needed. Youths and boys are becoming scarce, aud State departments are finding it necessary to employ girls to a greater extent than heretofore. Mr J. D. Merson, Secretary to the Public Service Commissioner, now says that Doys and youLhs aie scarce, probably because so many young men liave acted the manly part by enlisting before actually becoming men. Another reason was that boys of fair education were being offered without exami nation as good a salary to begin as the £60 a year fixed by the State. "If 20 youths with the neces sary qualifications would present themselves to-day or to-morrow and be prepared to go to any school allotted to them the Education de partment would receive them with open arms," said Mr W. V. Gates, Assistant Chief Inspector of State schools, in.emphasising a statement that boys are scarce. One-sixth of the 80'J employes in the Victorian Government Printing Office are women or girls, Mr A. Mullett, the Go...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

BAD ATTACK 0I<' PNEUMONIA QUICKLY CUR10D BY DR. SHKL, DON'S NEW DISCOVERY. " I had a very bad attack of Pneu monia," writes Mrs Bessie Vincent, 44 Jigau-street, Newtown, N.ISAV. " 1 was so bad I had to have a doctor. My chest and throat wi re most terribly painful. I don't think I would have been hereto-day if it had not been for Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, for no matter what modicines l took, I could not get a wink of sleej) My luojljer brought mo a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's i/eiy Discovery. I took a dose, and was able to i^Icep. and woke up with the pains all gone, cu J kept on taking the remedy, and was soyij completely euc«rl Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is sold cA Is (id and 3s. Obtainable eyery whfti.o. Kja C. W. CARNfiGis, registered tuner^ P.T.AV., Victoria, is now on his yearly visit to Uouald and district for sales, tunings, and re pairs. Orders left Mitchell, haiidresser.—(A-ivt.) For Chronic Chest Cotapi?,'o^ ■sfl.ma's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

CHAPPED HANDS. Of course ! Exposure to bitter weather No gloves may bo ; woik which soils the hands so that frequent washing is neces sary—result, soro hands, cracked unci bleeding—may be blood poisoning. Keep you: hands in good condition \rith Kexoiia, the liapid Healer. A per fect skin treatment in itself. After work wash thorn with Rexona Soap, dry care fully, then rub in Roxoua Ointment. Your hands will respond to its healing iufluenco, becomo soft and floxible with out sores or blemishes, lioxona keeps the hands safe from Winter troubles. Rexoua is sold in triangular tins at Is 6d nd 3s. Obtainable everywhere Councillor Jas. usou, of Ararat, celebrated his !S(>tli birthday last week. He has been a member of the Borough Council for -!'1 vears_ How is this for a record ? Of the 93SS electors who will be eligible to vote at the by-election on or about 7st June, to choose a suc cessor to the late Mr. J. Murray as member for Warrnambool in the Legislative Assembly, -1724 are wome...

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Donald District Jockey Club DECIDES TO HOLD PATRIOTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Donald District Jockey : Club DECIDES TO HOLD PATRI OTIC MEETING. . There was a good attendance at the Royal George Hotel 011 Friday evening, when the members of the above club met to discuss the advisa bility or otherwise of holding a race meeting during the current year. The President. Mr. W. J. M'Neil, occupied the chair. Mr. Pollock moved that a race meeting be held on June 28th. Seconded by Mr. J. Bales, and carried. The secretary (Mr. J. H. Pitty) stated that St. Arnaud meetiug was fixed for 7th June. It was agreed that the meeting be run purely for patriotic purposes, but no particular patriotic object was specified. The following programme of events was agreed to:—-Belgian Trial Stakes, 6 furlongs, 8 sovs. (£0 and £2) ; Gallipoli Welter Handicap, 6 furlongs, S sovs. (£6 and £2) ; Red Cross Pony Race, 4 furlongs, £r>, 14.2 and under; Anzac Handicap, furlongs, £\7 (,£15 and £2) ; Verdun Trot, 1 mile and a quarter, ^10 (^8 and £2) ; Bird wood Flying Handicap, 5 furlongs. £12...

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The Markets. DONALD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

The Markets. DONALD STOCK SALH W. H. Gray and Son report a fair yarding at their weekly sale on Saturday last, when the whole yard ing was sold. Merinos wethers to 27s 6d ; crossbred weaners to 33s 3d ; do. to 31s; ewes to 39 9d. The following sales were effected :—On account of R. Tuder, 36 merino wethers; C. Morveil, 43 crossbred weaners, 39 crossbred ewes in lamb; N. M'Kenzie, S2 crossbred ewes in lamb ; Mrs. Grogan, SO crossbred weaners. Sales since last reportAccount J. H. Roberts, 615 x-bred weaners ; A. Brennan, 116 crossbred ewes and lambs ; T. O. Guthrie and Son, of Rich Avon Estate, 933 merino ewes, 2 years ; J. Richmond, 300 x-bred ewes, 4 and 6-tooth, and 15S x-bred weaners and ewes; Stakelum Bros., 304 x-bred ewes, 4 and 6-tooth, and 12 fat wethers ; R. Brennan, 193 x-bred ewes and weaners; W. J. Gilchrist, 2 draught horses; S. Sellick, 1 draught mare ; B. Lavery, 10 head springers; C. H. Warne, IT head cattle; R. Sands, 5 head cattle ; P. Harty, 3 springers; M. Hehir, ...

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Bulk Handling of Wheat CABINET'S DECISION. INSTALLATION TO PROCEED. AUTHORITY TO BE OBPAINED. ESTIMATED COST, £1,500,000. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Bulk Handling of Wheat CABINET'S DECISION. INSTALLATION TO PROCEED. AUTHORITY TO BE OB PAINED. ESTIMATED COST, .£1,500,000. A decision was reached on Thurs day last by the State Ministry to proceed with the question of intro ducing in Victoria the bulk hand ling of wheat system, as recorn mendec in the report of Messrs. Metcalfe & Co. The Minister of Railways said : — Cabinet has decided that the Minis try during the coming session shall introduce a resolution recommend ing the installation of a bulk hand ling system capable of handling a 40,000,000 bushel harvest. I to-day provided Ministers with an outline of the cost of this proposal, recom mended by the Railway Commis sioners as the most suitable of those put-forward by Messrs. Metcalfe & Co. That film's report gave alter native proposals for a 40,000,000 bushel system and a 60,000,000 bushel system. " Apart from the question of cost, the Commission£rs recommended the 40 milliou bushel system, be cause it will be...

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Correspondence (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Correspondence (We ilo not riocessnrily identify our selves with tin; opinions expressed by our eorrospoudunts.) (To ran Editor.) Sik,—Some months ago, when conscription was being discussed at the local Shire Council meeting, Cr. Cantwell stated he did not believe in force or conscription, and stated that a lot of good arguments and means could be used to advantage to get men to volunteer, as that system had not had a fair trial. At a meeting following the above, council meeting, Mr Cancwell was elected on a recruiting committee, being one of three. Mr Cantvvell has had every chance of proving his words uttered at the couucil table. Still, what has he done ? Where are all his arguments? As a matter of fact, that committee is as dead as a door nail Mr Cantwell had his chance. What use has he made cf it ? Next, Mr Cantwell stated at the last couucil meeting that a certain amount of money had been collected for the returned soldiers, and in some places the returned men are taken throug...

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Coming Events. SHOWS. Goroke—First week in Sept. Natimuk—Tttes , Sep..12. Donald—Wed., Sept. 13. Hopetoun—Friday, Sep. 15. Beulali—Tues., Sep. 19. Warrackuabeal—Friday, Sep. 22. St. Aruaud—Wed., October 4 Horsham—Tburs. and Fri., Oct. 5 and 6. Nhill—Wed., Oct. 11. Dimboola—Friday, Oct. 13. Jeparit—Wednesday, Oct. 18. Rainbow—Friday, Oct. 20. Rupanyup, Tuesday, Oct. 25. Murtoa, Friday, Oct. 27.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

WEAK BACKS. The weak spot in many men :iml women is tho baek. It gives out bo'foro tho othur, parts of the body. It gets tired ana aches terribly after a day's work. A tired, weak back pulls a person right down and renders lit'o miserable. The Kiduoys are often supposed to be tho cause, but usually the muscles and ton dons in the back have been strained. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment is the proper atul only permanent remedy. Rub it into the pores of tho back, and a feeling of renewed sfcrongth and vigor will come immediately, and a fow such treatments will fix you up all right. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment takes out soreness and inflammation. It invigorates and freshens all muscular tissues. It contains ingredients that you never usod before. Price, Is (id and 3s. Obtainable every where. The Federal Government propones to grant ,£250,000 to the Soldiers' Repatriation Fund. Many members fayor a grant of j£1,0()0,Q00. Mr. Rogers thinks £2,000,000 would not be too much.

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HORSE PARADES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

HORSE PARADES. Horsham—July 3 to 7. Mitrtoa—Wed., July 26. Minyip'—Wed., Aug. 'J, Warracknabeal—Thurs., Aug. 10 Nhill—Wed., Aug. 16. Dimboola—Thurs., Aug. 17. Jeparit—Wed., Aug. 23. Rainbow, Thurs , Aug. 24.

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Across the Atlantic. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

Across the Atlantic. The return of passengers lauded at New York by Atlantic liners during the past year establishes several important records. The total number of both cabin and steerage passengers are the largest in any year, and the average nurn i'ber per liner is greater thau in any previous period. In this latter re~ spect there has been a very steady development. Ten years ago 400 or 500 was about the number per ship, but now we are approaching 1.000, the figure for 1905 being 961. This compares with 760 in the preceding year, S30 in 1903, 773 in 1902, and 639 in 1901, Up to the beginning of the cen tury no company could claim the credit of taking 1,000 passengers in each of their steamers. In 1901, however, the North-German Lloyd stepped into this position with an average of 1,130. In 1902 they were joined by the Hamburg-Ameri can line, and in 1903 there were even lines with an average excess of 1,000. In 1904, however, there were only three. For the past year we have nine li...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

IcLOSK SEASONS KOR FISH. Bl'i'.ck Fish.—From 1st Septem ber to 15th December in each year (both days inclusive.) Trout of all kinds not indigenous to Victoria.—From the 1st May to the 31st August in each year (both days inclusive) • Murray Perch, including so-called Murray Bream and Murray Cod. —From 1st October to ,30th Novem ber in each yesr (both days inclu sive). Minimum Lcugths and Weights of Fish. Blackfish (except in streams flow ing north from the Great Div idiug Range), 4oz.; Murray Cod, \%\bs ; Murray Perch, 8oz.; Perch, 5 oz ; English perch, 4oz.; Trout of all kinds, not indigenous to Victoria, 11 in.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 May 1916

.ft'- -i ;?y%ju, vf. CUM- Til f iM SALES ON COMMISSION. Careful Valuations, Highest Prices and Promj Returns. AUSTRAtlAM, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE C°- tm ®mwSBtUS3 BUMP SOME 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 HEARKE'S BRONCHITIS CURE ^aJ|3jB]EIMTO^nMmrram>irrr,wnr-^ i rr This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who i3 a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive . K experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre :d to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fact that 8k /iSF iW?*d to young CHILDREN, §0 £ ADULTS and the ^^0 HEARNE'S. ™ BRONCHITIS' CURE is equally beneficial VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS and COLDS «4€ m O&teS •aft ffS8«fes tern tafiW S5-ia! »ss\ Eta a *2 Pattern. Fi & MOFFAT i Application BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE LOOSE COVERS <] Cut in the Latest Styie and with Perfect Finish,...

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