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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

News in Brief. The mining lease of the I^ord Nelson Gold Mining Coni[ any has been declared void. A recent Australian when asked whether Flanders was better than Gallipoli, replied, "Better, why you get beer !"• ■ " The " Journal of Agriculture " for May contains a most interesting article concerning the wheat crop for 1016. Mr. Rees, M.IyiC., is. arranging for holaing meetings throughout the Wirntnera to support Mr. Rodgers' repatriation fund scheme. The Berlin papers announce that to date the German Empire has paid out in separation allwances to families of soldiers the sum of 130,000,000—all paper Three War Luaa Bills—one for ^50,000,000, one for ^25,000,000, aud'a third for .£8,940,000, passed •through all stages in the House of Representatives on Saturday. The cost of the proposed railway and other works, to provide speedy transit of people within the metro politan area of Sydney, will be £20,000,000. In Victoria last week 1229 men offered their services/ and (>28 have been ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

IN NEVER KAILS. [ Uliaml>erliiin's_ Colic and Diarrhoea I Remedy is all its name implies. It re lieves diarrhoea and dysentery in either cljild'en or adults, ami the most violent cases of cramp, colic, or pain in the stomach ^'ive way to a few doses of this medicine. It never fails. Sold bv ' Hannah Bros. " I Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For coughs and colds never fail "1' CHArPEU HANDS. Of equrse ! Kxposure to bitter weather No gloves may bo ; work which soils the panels so that frequent washing is neces sary—result, sore hands, cracked and bleeding—may bo blood poisoning. Keep your hands in good condition with h'exona, the ilapid Healer. A per fect. skin treatment iu Itself. After Work wash thinu with IJexona Soap, dry eare Your bauds will respond to its healing influence, become soli and llexibie wifcV, out sores or blemishes. lJexona Keeps the bands safe from VViniur troubles. Rexona js sold in triangular tins at Is 6d I and :J.s Obtainable everywhere. 1 For Chronic Chest Co...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

STEADFAST CONFIDENCE. Could stronger proof of the merit of any product be desired thau the statements of grateful endorsers who say their kind confidence has been undiminished by lapse of time? These are the kind of statements that are appearing in your local papers tor Doau's Backache Kidney Pills. They are twice told and con firmed with new euthusiasm. Can any reader doubt the following ? Mrs A. McCredden, Wood street, Donald, says :—■" In common with many others, I can speak very highly of Doau's Backache Kiduey Pills as a cure for kiduey trouble. I suffered from disordered kidneys for some time, the pains in my back being very bad. My limbs swelled considerably, and I was subject to dizzy feelings. The kiduey secretions were cloudy and contained a sediment, and I also flacl gravel. A Irieud one day urged uie to take a course of Doatt's Backache Kidney Pills, and I am glad I acted on the advice, for five bottles of these Pills completely cured uie. The backache has gone, the kidn...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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World's Crop Estimates. AUSTRALIA'S OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

World's Crop Estimates. AUSTRALIA'S OPPOR TUNITY. The Acting Prime Minister (Senator Pearse) considers that Australian farmers would be well advised if they put as large an area as possible under cultivation this season. He stated on Friday that he had received from the Ituperal authorities a report dealing with the prospects of the wheat crop in the various wheat-exporting coun tries of the world. The report indi cated that the prospects in the United Slates were not good. The winter crop was poor, while the growth ot the spring crop was said to be small. In the Pacific Coast districts, it was estimated that only about tivo-tliirds of last season's crop would be reaped, while in Canada the falling 'off would be still greater. It was expected that the Indian crop would be about three-quarters of that reaped last season. " It appears from that," said Senator Pearce, "that it would be good policy on the part of Aus tralian farmers if they planted as J much wheat as possible this seaso...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Sporting Notes. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

Sporting Notes, COURSING. '• 'Arrangements are well in band for the next week-end hare drive, to be. held at the north end of I,ake Buloke • Common. This will pro bably be the lastdriveo/ the season , and it is hope-i that a large number, will attend. The Donald Coursing Club had. a count-up on the enclosure on Wed nesday. Altogether 25 hares were counted. - Five or six dead hares were found in the plumpton. Dur ing the afternoon a wild cat was discovered, and'af'er a long chase was despatched, with the aid of a fox terrier. This appears to be the seq'ual to the number of dead hares discovered, although eaglehawks— which have been seen in the neigh hood—may have been responsible for the depredations. ; .

Publication Title: Donald Times
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North-Western Province. MF R. BLOOMFIELD REES RETURNED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

North-Western Province. MF R. ■ BLOOMFIELD REES .RETURNED UNOPPOSED. Mr. R. Bloomfield Rees, who was returned unopposed for the North western Province in the Legislative Council, addressed the _ electors in St. George's Hall, Donald, on Wed nesday evening last. The chair^vas occupied by Cr. W. Sproat. The speaker, who dealt mainly with questions interesting to the farming community, such as marketing of wheat, &c , was given an attentive hearing. Owing to pressure on our space we are.Vompelled to hold .over the report. A full report will ap pear in our next issue.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

THE- TURF. . | The Corack Turf Club lias a. i balance of ^18 7s 6d in hand from I the Easter race meeting. It is ex pected that the amount will be increased to ,£20, which will enable the club to donate £10 to Red Cross l funds. < At the Ballarat Miners' Turf Club races last Friday, the Hadi cap Tiot, 1 Yz miles was won by Tiega, owned and ridden by Mr Mclntyre, of Miuyip. At the same meeting, Kingling ran third in the Jumpers' Flat Race.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

Wlien you run out of your pres ent stock of Ietterpapers, envelopes, memoforrus, billheads, or any other office stationery, do not fail getting Z quotation from the Toms office"" Donald. If the execution of vour requirements in the printing- line are entrusted to that old-established of fice, the work will be executed with the greatest care and promptitude, and at reasonable charges.

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COPE COPE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

j COPE COPE GUN C3VUB. The Cope Cope Gun Club opened the season on Wednesday afternoon, when a two-guinea trophy (leg in), and Mr. E. Beunetto's 10/6 straight out trophy were competed for, and won by H. J. Onley, on ah ;S-bird rise, -with 7 kills. There were 16 shooters. The first sweep was divided by A. Mitchell. M'Pherson, and " Gre Gre,'' and the second between "Gre Gre' and J. Bales. A minor sweep was not concluded, owinsj to the birds running out.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 26 May 1916

Wedding Bells. BLAIR—MALE A very pretty wedding was cele- brated in St. John's Presbyterian Church, Ballarat East, on April 19, the Rev. W. Rowlands officiating. The contracting parties were Miss M. E. Male and Mr. J. A. Blair, jun., both of Watchem. The bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr. A. Male) was attired in grey Resilda, and wore the customary wreath and veil. The bride was attended by Misses A. and M. Male (sisters), also Miss Doris Leith, a cousin, while Mr.J. Litchfield acted as best man. After the ceremony the wedding party drove to Briante tea rooms, where a sumptuous re- past had been prepared, and the usual toasts proposed and responded to, after which the happy couple left by the evening train amidst showers of confetti and with all the good wishes of friends and relatives, for Melbourne, where the honeymoon was spent. The bride travelled in a Warwood blue costume and black velvet hat. On their return home the happy couple were met at the Watchem station by M...

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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FESS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

LIST OF TKLKPIIONK STATIONS AND FKiSS. l''ee for first Add 3 3 uiin. iiiin. S. (1. s. d. Litclificld 0 2 0 2 Masaey 0 2 0 2 Watcheui 0 3 0 3 llortou Plains 0 4 0 3 Bircbip 0 6 0 5 Curyo 0 S 0 6 Woomelang . 1 0 0 9 Lasccllcs 1 3 • 1 6 Kinnabulla. . 0 8 0 4 Ouyeu 1 10 1 3 St. Arnruul 0 4 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

WHAT ABOUT THAT . . . SOK-E5IE3K4S LETTER ? We are anxious to receive copies of soldiers' letters for publication in the Times, aud we cordially invite readers to correspond with our wishes, and send the narras tives as early as possible. THESE JSLE£IS WESE-COMS S3). For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' GreatfPepperwiut Cure, 1/6 W. A. Morgan Auctioneer* STOCK AND STATION AGENT, LAND ND PROPERTY VALUER. Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The beSjt car in the market at the price. Sales conducted in any part of the State. Rudduck's Veterinary Medicines always on hand. From £b to ,£50,000 to loan on broad acres. District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co., estahlishod almost 10U years. I'uuds £3,500,000. Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm, Acci dent.—Insurances at Lowest Rates. Consult mo before receiving present policies elsewhere. Saturday Next,. 3 springers 20 fat sheep 25 fat sheep pen lambs, also poultry and sundries. ENTRIES INVITED. SPECIAL SALE Of CATTL...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

Names of the Lads, who are asso ciated with the DoDald and adjacent districts, who have helped to, defend the British Empire from the H^ns. 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, 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. Hague,. Tom Jrwiti, Harry Jones, G Kerr, H. Keith, D. Kofoed, L Lee, A. Licidle, N. Loft, W Laing, J. Lamplough, O Lambert, F. Lock, Tv Locke, .Albert . Leech, Robert Lees. Geo Lsrkin, Jim Letcher, B. Lewis, N McDonald, A. "McDonald, G; May man, Tom McEivale, I. Mills, G A. McDonald, D. McDonald, K ■ Bennett, A. Bailes, Alf-; . Byrne, C.' Burge, W. Br a j', .1. J. Baird, B. F. , Brockensliire, A. Baddbck, Don Belleville, A. P. Boucher, John Boswell, Cbas Bunworth, J. Bell, Henry Baker, J. W. Baddock, Fred Bath, A. P. Burton, Frank Borden, R. Bennett, A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

TUB BAKtf OP OT.D AGK. The fiane of old *,/?. is ivmstiimlinn. ' With eCiJoi-ly peupia tiit .?cjweis oecome ; weak aud utsablo to pctorm i,';eir fum> | tions without a id, I his pur.pvsfi only I the mildest and 'est' itirative alioy.C£ be used. The tw of Im'sh cathartics ! aggravates the .makas the constipatiou worn- tv.i urherUin's Tablets are a favorite with people of middle age and older on ac'rant of their £.antie action. Sold by il^iiii-ili l;!ros. • For Chronic Cbest Conaplaiat Weed's Great Peppermint ru?e, 1/6 NOTICE. 'p:CE larje circulation the "Titiies" lias 1. attained throughout tho Wiuimera and Wallee, and th« fadt that it provides for its readers the best reports of current events, constitute it the very best medium for advertisers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

Shire of Donald. i PI'LICATIONS are invited, j\_ returnable to the uuder signed, on or before 4 o'clock p.m. on the 10th June, 1910, for the position of ASSISTANT at the Electric Light Station, at a salary of /26 per annum. Conditions of appointment and duties, etc., may be obtained at the Shire Offices, Donald. T. W. CANTWELL, President, PU.eJkEC NOTICE. mraTkelly, One of tbe Directors of the Vic torian Producers' Co-operative Co. Ltd., will visit the district for the purpose of laying before farmers the'advantages to be gained' by supporting their own company, and will hold meetings as under Graiu ' Shed, LITCHFIELD, May 30, at 4 p.m. - CARRON, May 31, at'7 p.m. WATCHEM, June 1, at 7 p.m. DONALD, June 2. at 4.30 p.m., ' at Royal George Hotel. Donald District Jockey Club. Patriotic IVEeefclngJ, JUNE 2S. 1916. Programme : 1. Belgian Trial Hep., of S sovs., 6 furlongs. Nom., 5s. For all horses that have never won £7 in any-one race on tbe flat. 1. Gallipoli Welter Hep., of 8 sovs, 6 ...

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North-Western Province' MR. R. BLOOMFIELD REUS AT DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

North=Western Province" MR. R. BLOOMFIELD REUS AT DONALD. Mr. R. B. Rees, M.L.C., who has been returned unopposed for the North-Western Province, de livered a lengthy address in St. Geofge's Hall, Donald, on Wednes day evening last, the chair being occupied by Cr. Sproat in the absence of the Shire President, Cr. Cantwell. Mr. Rees, in his opening remarks, thanked the electors for giving him a walk-over, which was rather a surprise to hiin, as he had known for some time that there were one or more aspirants for the North-Wes tern Province seat. The Upper House was purely a house of review. In the other House Mr. Martin Hannah was always opposing them. He wanted a scaffolding inspection law, which meant that every scaf folding erected in Victoria should have an inspection before they could use it. They rejected it and said there was no occasion for it. The Labor Party were all the time clamouring for the abolition of the Legislative Council. He had been a member of the Council for ne...

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Watchem. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

Watchem. The euchre party and dance held by the Watchem Red Cross Society on Empire night was a great success. The prizes were won by Mrs Clarke and Mr. S. Fielding; and the booby prizes fell to Miss Spicer Mr. T. Dickie. The music for the dance was supplied by Misses M'Ervale and M. Connellan. During the evening songs were rendered by 'Messrs J. and P. Belleville and W. M'Ervale. The effort realised ,£8 2s 6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

f ITS VAUIK I Von canuoi bu .too ai&f'J I cough. medicine for c!itl<fc*Vj I suieccod sbonicl lie fret & f?l I other narcotics, pleads ^ t J I that can be lioptSifert ifxl3,J ;.Iain's Cough retjuireuias^- PW ^''Sl with antcessiutti^ cci.ts ak Chamberlain's 0% 't 'Ooswis the coagh. reM*j iu'ds expectoration, torn to » honltliy cowi:'i:' -Haunah Bros.. For Chroaic Ch&t ® Wood's Great Pepperffl11j

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Meningitis Outbreak [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

JVleningitis Outbreak. | The outbreak of meningitis among soldiers in camp has assumed quite a local and painful significance (states the '• Hopetoun Courier ") during the past week by the deaths of Private R. Symes, of Galaquii, and Private IT. Bett, of I^ascelles, both of whom were in camp at Ben digo. Private Symes, who was 2-3 years of age, and a fine athlete, died in the Hospital Camp on Friday. His body was brought to Beulah by Saturday's train and the funeral took place ou Sunday, the cortege being an exceptionally lengthy one —74 vehicles, besides a number of horsemeij. Private Bett, squ of Mr. J. Bett, of Lascelles, arrived at liis parents' residence at the end of last week, and died on Monday evening. How the authorities came to allow him to go home is beyond comprehen sion. The house of deceased's parents is now in quarantine. The death of this popular young soldier caused a painful sensation at i,as celies, where he was well known. The interment took place at the Woomcla...

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The w[?] RIOTS IN GE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 May 1916

RIOTS IN G& The v^omea of Main formed a process nesday because ' niea! >| tainahle. They cinW i flags. The women cher's shop aud foupj police, IS of the <k ' being injured. The Minister o> warned members n° sudden improvement !!, conditions. Great di® : arising from ih- re ,0' Federal States. He jj menacing letters fro® complaining that iticf Wurtemburg dry. : ^ ,, _ ™„:,Acfcicr Ht" 1U£ VV'UUtuiu^t, * : In the Reichstag,»«' (Socialist) iustancf:d ca inuocent persons had _ gaoi for fifteen mo*b trial. Such actions, B® said, must weigh on conscience. Herr D' ^ created a great , GovcFument's reply • poned till next week There is a great shortv .for which Td Dealers, aie asking w , of the egg trade moflOK Reports from Washingtcra say that the situation in Mexico is oloouiy. Thirty thousand af Presi dent Carraaza's troops, with ar tilkrv. nre advancing oil the Mexi can border. It is expected that Carrauza will demand the with drawal of the American troops, and it...

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