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"IF SUPPLIES WERE STOPPED?" [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

" IF SUPPLIES WERE STOPPED?" "I do not think it is realised, here that many German authorities' openly state that if relief supplies were stopped going into Belgium the Germans would then be able to take many Belgian workmen into Germany where, in munition works aud factories, they could release German workmen for fighting.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Charlton Agricultural Society. ANOTHER PATRIOTIC SHOW. NET PROFITS TO WAR FUNDS. THE DECISION UNANIMOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

Charlton AgricuStural Society. , .» ■■ * ANOTHER PATRIOTIC SHOW. NET PROFITS TO WAR FUNDS. THE DECISION UNANIMOUS. At the special general meeting of the Charlton Agricultural Society on Saturday afternoon it was unani mously decided to devote the whole of the net profits from the forth , coming- show to the patriotic funds. Last year the society voter! the whole of the net proceeds to the patriotic funds, aud the result was most gratifying, something like £220 baiug distiibuled. The President (Mr F, Judd) ex plained that the meeting had been called with the object of deciding what to do with the profits from the next show. ' Messrs E. . N. Peverill and J. McEwen moved" that, the net pro ceeds be devoted to patriotic pur poses. : Mr W.-Gossar cordially supported tbe motion. Mr G. Parish (vice-president) did not think that anyone would care to*'solicit subscriptions and dona tions for any purpose but a patriotic one. V • Mr A. B. Blackwood (vice presi dent thought they would be wantin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

SKIN IRRITATION. Keeps Thousands Awake. Makes Life a Misery. Ever have any irritation of the skin ? . There are many forms of it. Piles, obstinate to cure.' -Eczema, just as bail, and just as hard to cure; But Doan's Ointment is un equalled for every irritating skin trouble. No irritation of the skin can resist its healing, soothing in fluence. Every reader of this article suffers, or has at some time suffered, with tormenting skin ■irritation, and it may return at any time. Doan's Ointment will prove its worth. Read this case :— Mrs R. Allau, gatehouse, Camp bell street, Donald, says:—"My little daughter, when at school con tracted a nasty skin trouble from another child who had broken out in sores. The eruption started like a chilbiaiu, and gradually got ,vorse, and was soon very inflamed and angry looking. I was rather worried about it, as [ was afraid j the trouble would spread. A friend j advised the use of Doan's Oint I meat, so I got a pot. ft was j simply marvellous how quic...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MISERY OF THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

THE MISERY OF THE CHILDREN. "There is another stratum of society, the middle class, just above the poorer working people, which is only partially destitute ; but even these must swallow their pride and stand in the long lines every day for a supplementary ration of food, for their means do uot enable them to buy enough to keep body and soul together. Many of tliem are mothers and fathers who have chil dren only partly nourished. Wheu they go home without even the daily ration, as occasionally hap- ; peus, the suffering becomes patheti cally acute. " Then, too, picture to yourself the mental condition of a people who have been without work for more than a year aud a half who have daily been face to face with the possibility of starvation, and who are cut off from all communi cation with the outside world by the barbed wire aud armed cordons of a conquering foreign artuy. In every Belgian city, once a fortnight, the bulletin boards are placarded with bright pink paper—the Ger- j man '...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAITING IN THE RAIN FOR FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

WAITING IN THE RAIN FOR FOOD. "That one meal in Belgium con sists of 300 grammes of bread— which is the equivalent of three medium-sized breakfast rolls or three thick slices of bread—and one ! half-litre—approximately one pint ! of soup, made chiefly from vege tables. Of the seven millions iu J Belgium three millions are practi cally destitute, and they have to stand in line from one to three hours a day for this pittance of food. The depots for distribution are generally only large enough to accommodate between 30 and 50 people at a time, so long queues of the huugry extend into the street for a hundred yards or more. Most of those who wait are so poor that they have no pro tection, in*the shape of an umbrella or a thick coat, against "the dis comfort of stormy daj^s " In the cities of Belgium I have recently seen thousands of people lined up in the snow, or rain-'soaked and chilly, waiting for bread-and soup. I have returned to some of the distributing stations at the end of the ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

WS3CJ3. T &BOUT VDTSSJS! ... SOIL. ID JEM'S I^EJTTISES ? We are anxious to receive copies of soldiers' letters for publication in the Timbs, and we cordially invite readers to correspond with our wishes, and send the narras lives as early as possible. TRESIS WEJL.COMB1D). For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' GreatfPeppertnivit Cure, 1/6 , W. A. Morgan Auctaoaseei'j • STOCK Ai\TD STATION AGENT, LAND AND PROPERTY VALUER. Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The best car in the market at the pric?. Saies conducted in any part of the State. Rudduck's Veterinary Medicines always oti hand. From ^5 to .£50,000 to loan on broad acres. District Agent for I'atviotic Assurance I Co., established utmost 10U veai's. lrunds £3,500,000. Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm, Acci dent.—Insurances at Lowest Rates. Consult mo before receiving present policies elsewhere. ENTRIES |vNTVITliD. SPECIAL SALE Of CATTLE, also G pens fat sheep 10 pigs Friday. June-2 Clearing Sale...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO STEALING BY THE GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

NO STEALING BY THE GERMANS. " When I arrived in Belgium I found the same intense zeal for helping the unfortunate and the same remarkable efficiency in all branches of the Commission : at the docks in Rotterdam, in the tran shipment of supplies to barges and through the canals to the thousands of local Belgian Committees ; in fact through all the various channels of relief—from the barge to the con sumer. All the American dele gates, and many of the office forces throughout Belgium and Northern France, gi\'e their services without; any recompense whatsoever. The result of this voluntary work is that there are prac'ically 110 ' overhead ' charges, and that the foodstuffs, which are well purchased, cost less to the Belgian consumer than would be paid in Paris, London, or New York. In other words, the money contributed yields the maximum amouut of relfef. '' A few well fed people outside of Belgium sometimes hint that the Belgians are getting more relief than they need, and that German...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMBER BEE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

AM DEE BElii The old-time nurse0:2 that a striug of amberfe: the baby's ueuk would fr from sore throat. Tkas: cliarms away tlia baly'i. throat with Dr. Sheldon's ? for Coughs ami Colds, fe is safe ?nd sure, l'rice. Obtainabfe everywho:e. An advance of Iflss Id per lb) was madei: sale price of butter yeS is now quoted at Is I The price compares t the corresponding d~ and Is Id two years^ The 172nd cosualtye the Defence departing'.: contains the nanus J killed iti action. : majority7 of these & ieported missing ia2 operations, but lb the list opposite ale*' ' indicates that t'ney £ sustained by the K&s France. Over 1001 ported wounded. 12 fc rounds, and 10 fromi? WHEREIN THE DAK The dnuycr of cines lies not only iiUM fact that opium cherish' in;* the'mucus to fce re.^y passages and form of pneumonia, scarlet :" theria. Pneumonia i; £ follow whooping w^''D ^ ■preparation containing tj There is ue opium Chamberlain's Cough an expectorant, it c&aij culture beds, t...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
In Belgium Under German Rule. WHAT IT REALLY MEANS TO LIVE IN BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

In Belgium Under German Rule. WHAT IT REALLY MEANS TO LIVE IN BELGIUM. A remarkable interview with a representative of the Rockefeller Foundation, reprinted from the leading English newspapers of Feb ruary 29th, 191(>. " There would be wholesale star vation within three or four weeks if the importation of food into Belgium were stopped." That is the caiefully considered opinion of Mr. F. C. Walcott, a well-known American, who has arrived in London from Belgium, where he went at the request of the Rockefeller Foundation to In vestigate the work of the Neutral Commission for Relief, of which Mi. Herbert Hoover is Chairman. The Rockefeller Foundation—the most richly endowed philanthropic iustitutiou in the United States— before contributing auy further sums for the benefit of the seven million civilians in that part of Belgium occupied by the Germans, desired an independent report from their own representative. The German authorities allowed Mr. Walcott to go wherever he liked, and ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

B\llarat live stock h market. At the Ballarat Live Stock Mar kef ou Tuesday 154 head were t Ld, a fair proportion of which consisted cf good to prime quality !;<= and bullocks, the remainder made up of middlingto useful j^Sntions. (Quotations PriSe pens bullocks £22 to £24 vie od • good £20 to £21 ; useful, /r to prime cows, £18 to /20 10s, good £15 to £17, useful <13 to £14.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Markets. BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

The Markets. n A llarat produce market hallakat, Tuesday. Xn ',13 to 2/4 rfeed 2/ to 2/2. mlI!in!_caoe 2/10 to 3/; English medium 3/6 to 4/. Potatoes, /- to /5/10- Hay—Best green f'ffin" £-l2l°; mauger L2/5 toj Flour, bran and poHatd— I A«ociation prices are £ll/o, £o/o, j ^irrespectively.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 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 Huns. Alien, R. Alien, A. Allen. H. Abbott, W. Aitkin, S. Adlain, \V. Barrie, J. C. Barber, R. H. Barry, J. Birch, L. Berry, Mark Biair, G. Barnes, W. Bliss, Tlieo Bliss, B. Bruce, Roy Barry, Dan Hague, Tom Irwin, Harry Jones, G Kerr, H. Keith, D. Kofoed, L Lee, A. Tyiddle, N. Loft, W Laing, J. Lamplough, O Lambert, F. Lock, E Locke, Albert Leech, Robert Lees, Geo Larkin, Jim Box, A. Bennett, P. Beckham, H. Baird, H. Booley, Jim Belleville, J Eelleville, Vin Barber, A. W. Basset, M. Bennett, A. Bailes, Alf Byrne, C. Burge, W. Bray, J. J. Baird, B. F. Brockenshire, A. Baddock, Don Belleville, A. P. Boucher, John Boswell, Chas Bunwortb, J. Bell, Henry Baker, J. W. Baddock, Fred Bath, A., P. Burton,- Frank Letcher, B. Lewis, N McDonald, A. McDonald, G. Mayrnan, Tom McErvale, I. Mills, G A. McDonald, D. McDonald, H Muir, Leslie Muir, N. Muir, Arthur McPher...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 2 June 1916

CONCERT AND DANCE At CARROT. 4 CONCERT and DANCE, in _/\ aid of the Donald and Minyip Ked Cross Societies, will be held in Pvi'ks' Barn, Carron, on WEDNESDAY, 14th JUNE. I Tickets, Is 6d; children, half-price. Gko. Pvkks ) Joint ■ F. Watson j Secretaries, j Donald Red Cross Society. 4 X AFTERNOON TEA and ' A PRODUCE STALL will be, iie'd at St. George's Hall on i SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd, in aid ' of The Boys iu the Trenches. Donations from supporters will be thankfully received. I S. MILLER, Hon. Secretary. Shire of Donald. ,4 PPLICATIONS are invited, xL xeturuable to the uuder signed, on or before 4 o'clock p.m. on the 10th June, 1916, for the I position of ASSISTANT at the Electric Light Station, at a salary of f '-o per annum. Conditions of j appoiutment and duties, etc., may ! be obtained at the Shire Offices, 1 Donald. T. W. CANTWELL, President,. Donald District Jockey Club. Patriotic Meeting, JUNE 28. 1916. Programme : 1. Belgian Trial Hep., of S sovs., 0 furlongs. Nom., 5s. For all...

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

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co, 'Coachbnilders). JJew and Up-to-date Premises now open. Spacious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best. Tariff Moderate. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCHBURN, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD At the request of several of our sub scribers. we again publish the fall list Oil their behalf. ,,, Subscribers and the pnblic generally would do well to cut the list out and keep same for reference. 44 J. L. Bales, Baker. Wood Street. 13 Ba<=set & Son, Commission Agents; and Private Residence. 59 C. R. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. 53 A. S. Blundy, Builder, Woods Street; and Private.Residence, Woods M:. 49 J H. Bolden. Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Banyenn Rd. 36 P. Bourke, Farmer. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewelle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

ITS VALUE FVUXt lyiiiny pe-soas liars e;s*l :>y tl10 use ol Clux^f Komody. This rem^f'f vnhtablo lor colds, M'l al ways starts wilh a cdi * have testified to tie ri"l Jain's Cough Ready f_fl and whooping eoigh. j mbli&Ued preparation ;^IT Upon u-itii implicit ee~? pleasant aut! safe to ti&l | given to a ciiiJd as / adult. Sold by HsmuJ ?•*« I It is not anticip^f Victorian railivnys fjt profit as tlie result "1 financial year'sopen^S tr.r department's i's|l been great!}' reduced- ji financial yenr I9i was a deficit of ilT aithojjglj tliis year improvement on thi>' will still bs a jflOO.OOO on the ^] account.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victorian Producers' Co-Operative Company. AN APPEAL TO FARMERS. RE-ORGANISATION OF THE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Victorian Producers' Co= j Operative Company. • an appeal, to farmers. Reorganisation of the company. A'meeting, convened by Mr. A. Kelly, one of the directors, was held,in the Royal George Hotel on Friday afternoon last, for the pur pose of Jayiug befo;e farmers the advantages to be gained by sup porting iheir own company. The chair was occupied by Cr. Sproat. Mr Kelly said-he had called the meeting at the invitation of some of the members o£ the organ«'sation and also the management of the company to place before them,their aims and object's. Co-operation had made great strides in other parts of the world. In the first place a small company .was started in the United Kingdom 56 years ago. To-day that society had advaaced to such an extant that it had some 147 branches throughout the United Kingdom, which pay in bonuses no Jess than ^12,000,000 per annum. In Denmark they had their own agents, and the producers got the full value of tlieir labour. Coming closer, the Canterbury Far m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Word was received in Ballarat oil Thursday night to the effect that the Rev. Daniel Foley, parish priest at Terang, had been appointed Roman Catholic Bishop of Ballarat, iu succession to the late Dr Higgins, who died iu September last. Father Foley, who is about 50 years of age, is a cousin of Dr Mannix, Coadjutor Archbishop. Father Foley was ordained to the priest hood about 2(> years ago, and he was subsequently attached to the Ballarat diocese, which at the time was in charge of Bishop Moore. GKOUP. Kvory youug child is suscoptible to croup. Don't wait until this dreadful disease attacks your little one before yon propa'e {or it. It comes in the ni^ht when chemists' shops are usnalh- closed, and this alone should lie a, warning. Get and keop Chamberlain's Cough Ro ! medy on hand. It never falls, acts quickly, and is absolutely harmless. Sold by Hannah tiros. In the loss of the Queen Mary, Indefatigable, Invincible, Defence, and Black Prince the British Fleet has lost tonnage a...

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Donald Red Cross. Since our last report the following donations have been received:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Donald Red Cross. Since our last report the followin • douatious have been received :— "Anonymous" (gold brooch) £\ lis, won by Mr Thos. Taylor. Miss Martin, I<aeu school bazaar £25. Mr A. Hooper, 10s. Phylis and Cliff Goats, lolly money 2s. ; . • j Mr John Beckhan, sharpening scissors, 2s- I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

BABY BOY'S BRONCHITIS EFFEC TIVELY CURED BY DR SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY. "My little boy,-Willie, hud Bronchitis veay badly ever since his birth," writes ?>Irs Clare Donchus, 9 South-street, Surrey Hills, N.SAV. "He had a terrible wheezing, and when he coughed his little face would swell up and his eyes would nearly jump out of his head. Ho would shake all over, his cough was so hajrd. I was afraid it would settle ou his lnrigs, it had such a hold of him. I tried different cough cures, but he did not seem to improve in the least. Sometimes the poor little fellow could hardly speak) he was so hoarse. I was strongly recom mended to try Dr bheldoh's New Dis covery, and as it was my last ray of hope, I got a bottle, and after taking a few doses he was quite a different child. It fixed him up in no time, only needing one bottle to completely cure him." Dr Sheldon's New Discovery is sold at Is 6d and os. Obtainable everywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

NOTICE. THE lar^e circulatinu the "Times" lias attained throughout tlio Wimmora and Willee, and tho fact that it provides for its readers the best reports of current events, constitute it the very best medium for advertisers.

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