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The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

The Markets. W. A. Morgan reports that at his special cattle sale last Friday he had a splendid yarding, consisting of prime heavy and light bullocks, prime cows and heifers, and a good lot of springers (mostly backward). Competition was fairly good, and 47 head changed hands. Owing to the very marked drop in the leading cattle markets of the State (for all classes) sellers were not prepared to take the reduced rates offered, and a fair number were passed in, in some instances only a few shillings separating buyer and seller. We were offered up to £l() 12s 6d for a beautiful pen of bullocks; and al though a further advance was made later on, we failed to do business. The top price of the market was ,£15 12s 6vd for a nice cow, on ac. Mr A, Lang, to A. J. Burge, Esq. We sold the following by auction: —Accouut Mr T. Pope, cow, ,£12 7s fid ; Mrs Gossens, cow, £11 15s; Mr-A. Lang,-bull, .£12, cow, £15 12s 6d, cow, £14 10s, cow, .£10, heifer, £9 10s ; W. Hancock, cow. £14 10s ; W. M'Neil...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1916. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

IhR DoqaSd Times With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough Times. - Friday, June 6, 1916. Local and General News. Fire Brigade.—The monthly meeting of the local brigade will be held this evening at 7.30. #,sje # * * * Clearing Sale.—On Wednes day, 14th Jane, Mr W. A. Morgan, under instructions, will sell by public auction, at Mr W. A. Davey's residence, all that gentle man's well-kept furniture and sun dries. For full particulars see ad vertisement, • * *,* * * * * * Concert & Dance at Carron— A concert and dance in aid of the Donald and Minyip Red Cross So cieties is advertised to be held at Pyers' barn, Carron, on Wednesday, 14th June; Tickets, 116 ; children, half-price. Meningitis.—A case of menin gitis at Birchip has been reported to the local board of health, a little girl named Betty Sparks being the victim. The child was sent to St. Arnaud Hospital, and her home has also been isolated. (A tele gram was received last Friday night to the effect th...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Sporting Notes. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Sporting Notes. COURSING. A meeting of the Donald Coursing Club will be held at Ditchburn's riotel this evening, at 8.30, to consider the advisability of holding tlie forthcoming meetiugs or other wise. A large attendance is respect fully requested. The Maryborough Coursing.Club" received 36 entries for the Nitioual Coursing Club's Victoria Derby and .32 entries for the Oaks, besides 32 eutries for the Carisbrook Stakes, and .32 for the Class Stakes, making a total of 132 entries. The-meeting commenced yesterday and will be continued to-day and to-morrow. The ground is in perfect order, and duriug yesterday afternoon several exciting courses were witnessed, in many cases a bare margin only sep arating the long-tails. Although no dogs are competing from this district several local followers of the leash have signified tbeir intention of tak ing a trip to Maryborough to-morrow to witness the competition in the finals, and a hearty invitation has been extended to the president and secr...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

News in Brief; Wyclieproof Agricultural show gave a liet profit of ;£2S. Steel helmets are now issued for all British troops at the front. Monday was the 107th day of battle at Verdun. Loudon Meat Trade Red Cross fund now totals ,£44,000. About 47 Zeppelins have been lost since beginning of hostilities i Up to May 26 war pensions granted totalled £7379, With an annual liability af ,£236,824. King's Birthday was very quietly celebrated in Donald yesterday, the usual public holiday being observed. King George's Button Day at St. Arnaud resulted in over _£3S beiirj collected. A patiiotic coucert and dance r.t Wooroouook resulted iu a profit cf about £1 10s. The rainfall registered at the Charlton post office for May was 95 points. President Wilson has refused General Carranza's demand to with draw the American troops from Mexico. Even money is being laid that the Republicans will, nominate Mr T. ! Roosevelt for the Presidency of the United States. Miss Rene Crone, Second daugh! er of M...

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

amber beads. The old-time nurse or mother believed thatu striug of amber beads , tied around the baby's neck would protect the child from sore throat. The woman o£ to-day charms away the baby's cough or sore throat with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds, the medicine that is safe and suro. Price, Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywlioie. Mr Roosevelt, speaking at St. Louis in connection with his "preparedness" campaign, de nounced " hyphenated Americans " as moral treason mongers. He denied that he was an English American ; he was as unalterably opposed to au Unghsh-Americau alliance as to a German-American alliance. The United States, he added, must not become a polyglot boarding house. WHEREIN THE DANGER LIES. The danger of opium in cough medi cines lies not only in ilia drug but in the fact that opium checks the co«gh, caus ing the mucus to be retained in the air passages and form culture beds for germs of pneumonia, scarlet fever and diph theria. Pneumonia is more lik...

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

For Chronic Chast Complaints, Wood's QreatPeppermint Cure, 1/6

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RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

RACES. • Donald—Wednesday, 2Stli June.

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

ftommomvealtMll# BitifeHustralta | HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY I oli General Banking- Business p^cka. f CITIE8 and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign place* dircct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Lettern of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and Exchange Ru.iinee* of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed doposila. Advances made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at ovar Post Offices Interest at «<y t/« 2550 *n Australia Per annum o Deposit and Papua up to £3 DO INTERSTATE and INTEKN'ATIONWL having* Rank Facilities Lyric Pioiuros. Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Eve1;/ Sat- ,riay T ght. As the management have made arrangements for films with the ■leading metropolitan exchanges and are in possession of a first class ' Patbe Biograph outfit, they will b...

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

Liberal Advances n fi U > /^^rrr ^ made uP°n ensuing Clips, ^f,4 ||y\ | f| | § pfiuM" and all consignments of Wool, i/M| II ® iil a y \jf ^jsUvUui SALES ON COMMISSION. ' AUSTRAUAN, 1ERCAMTILE, LAND ft i HEdRNE'sS 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 HEAPJE'S BRONCHITIS CORE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is 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 facft that HaiARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is equally beneficial toj'oung CHILDREN, . 10 ADULTS and the VERY AGED sit: i m # tm <m m ^ FOR COUGHS and COLDS "%4i, l/i LOOSE COVERS ^ Cut in the Latest Style and with Perfect Finish, from Cretonne at 10id. yard, to fit chair as illustrated. Special Price .. 15/9 The Latest Design In EASY CHAIRS ^Upholstered...

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

THE BANE OF Ol.tt A<iK, Ti;s of old /tge is comsiiii.itiai;. J With eiiierly people tli« bowels t-roine ] weak rr..i unable to pe their fune | tions without aid. i'mi- Uii< }>ur o.Jy ; the miMe^t and (»entle.tv Uxmivc should ! fae usi'd. The 'ise or bush cathartics aggravates the trouble and .'.uakoa the i constipation wor.-v>. Cham barifliii'c Tablets j arn :i favorite with people of middle»ge | and oldor oil account of their goutJe | action. Sol'l by ll.-nn :li Bros. I ivoi Chionic Chest CorupJaint ] Wood's Great Peppfirmipt Cme, 1/6 1

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Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON. Following are the fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuing season:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Coursiiig. FIXTURES FOR THE .SEASON, i 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 18, 19 and 20,-' August 23. St. Arnaud.—May 16 and 17, June 20 and 21, Inly li and 12, August 8 and 9, September (j Swan Hill.—May 10, June 14 and 15, July 12, August 9 and 10. Kerang.—May 17, June 21, July •19,'August 23, September 6. * -Charlton.—May 27, June 24, July 26, 27 and 28, August 16 ami 17, September 9. Lake Boga.—May 31, Juihj 2$, July 26, August 30. i Wyebeproof —May 3, 'une 7, July 5 and 6, August 2.

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HORSE PARADES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

HORSE PARADKS. Horsham—July 3 to 7. Murtoa—Wed., July 26. Minyip—Wed., Aug. 9. Warracknabeal—Thurs., Aug; 10 Nhill—Wed., Aug. 16. -v Dimboola—Thurs., Aug. 17. * Jeparit—Wed., Aug. 23.' ■ Rainbow, Thurs., Aug. 24. ;

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Coming Events. SHOWS; Goroke—First week iu Sept. Is atimuk—Tues , Sep. 12. . Donald—Wed., Sept. 13. Hopetoun-—Friday, Sep. 15. , . Beulali—Tue's., Sep. 19. -.1.,. Warracknabeal—Friday, Sep. 22'. Si. Ariiaud—Wed., October 4. Horsham—Thurs. and Fri., Oct; ' 5 and'6. Nhill—Wed., Oct. 11. Dimboola-—Friday, Oct. 13. Jeparit—Wednesday, Oct. IS. ' Rainbow—Friday, Oct. 20. Rupauyup, Tuesday, Oct. 25. Murtoa, Friday, Oct. 27.

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

The examination of consignments of rabbits from Australia, which was ordered by the authorities in Loudon consequent upon the dis covery of some mouldy carcases in a recent shipment, is being con tinued. Already 3000 crates have been condemned. Yo who rend me, and, perhaps, nood mo, Treasure every word I say ; No wild rumour, but wise lmuiour, 111 a gay Miltoniau way. I dou'fc sell you when I toll you That I'm absolutely sure, Laryngitis tiud bronchitis Yi^ld to Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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CHILBLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

CIIIMSLAINS. Tlio chilblain is a slow inflammation ot the si; in of tho hands or feet, attended with swotting, itching, ami burning pittas. Woak. circulution of the blood is tho principal cause. People with imperfect r.lood circulation generally sutler from cold feet and cold hands, and if thoy put them into cold water and then near the fire the chilblain will bo formed. If you suffer from cold feet, rub them frequently with ' r Sheldon's Magnetic Linimont. It will stimulate the circulation, and the chilblain will thus bu prevented. If Chilblains aro formed, bathe with Dr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, and then cover the parts with a pieco of cloth 011 which Dr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment has beon put It will immedialoly relieve the itching, stinging pains. Price, Is 6d and as. Obtainable evory whore.

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St Arnaud Turf Club. The following are the handicaps for the St. Arnaud winter meeting, to be held on Wednesday next:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

St Arnaud Turf Club. The following are the handicaps for the St. Aruaud winter meeting, to be held on Wednesday next:— Flying Handicap.—Maryle'oone, ! 10.4; Urasina, 9.4; Arioso, S.12; Brown Oats, 8.4 ; Aderyri Dhu, S.2; Hartoy, SO; Rosevale, .7.4; Posture, 7.0. St. Arnaud Handicap.—Miss Lure, 9.3; Urasina, 9.0 ; Arioso, 8.12; Brown Oats, 8.0 . Tinonee,v 7.5; Posture, 7.0. ' Novelty Pony Race.—Spooner Hart, 9.7 ; Tarivella, Iceberg, S.10; Leuore, 8.1 ; Artist, 7.12 ; Jackow, Little Step, 7.5 ; lyille, 7.3 ; Golden Corn, Blackboy, Little Dot,-7.0. Welter Handicap.—'Miss Lure, 11.3; Urasina, 11.0; Arioso, 10.12; Brown Oats, 10.0; Aderyu Dhu, 9.12; Hartoy, 9.10; Tinonee, 9.5 ; Rosevale, 9.4; Posture, Arnisdale, 9.0.

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Gold Find Near Maldon. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Gold Find Near Maldon, Messrs. J. Annand ;iud A Thomas, prospecting in Mr D. Gordon's paddock, near Maldon, immediately south of Cookman's langes, have opened up a very pro mising ironstone formation, which shows highly payable gold prospects. They have funk on the channel to a depth of 8 feet, and the reef is going down feet in width, and with a very well defined wall. The dish prospects vary, and gold is seen freely in the stone. Adjoining the prospectors' claim, Messrs Gordon, Collard, Purcell and li. Jenkins have also opened tip i rich gold hearing ironstone lode ou the surface, the prospects being esti mated at as high as 6 ox per ton. This is believed to bea continuation of the lode worked by the prospec tors. All the ground north and south for a considerable distance has been pegged out under lease. Mr R. L,. Nankivell, mining regis trar, visited the locality, and is favorably impressed with the possi bilities of the new find. It is about three miles south of Maldon, and as f...

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The WAR. Naval Battle in North Sea. BIG FIGHT OFF JUTLAND. 14 VESSELS OF ROYAL NAVY SUNK OR MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Naval Battle in North Sea. BIG FIGHT OFF JUTLAND. 14 VESSELS OF ROYAL NAVY SUNK OR MISSING. A sea fight occurred off the coast of Jutland, Denmark, on Wednesday last. The British losses were as follows : — BATTLE CRUISERS SUNK. Queen Mary, 27,000 tons. Indefatigable, 18,750 tons. Invincible, 17,250 tons. CRUISERS. Defence (Armored), 14,600 tons. Black Prince (Armored), 13,550 tons . DESTROYERS.- ' Tipperary (Flotilla Leader). Turbulent. Fortune, 952 tons. Sparrowhawk, 955 tons; ' - Ardent, 931 tons. _• - | Three other Destroyers. , Disabled and Abandoned.—The Warrior (Armored Cruiser), 13,550 tons. The enemy losses were serious. At least one battle cruiser was de stroyed, one was severely damaged, and one battleship was disabled, and probably sunk. Lati.'.r. Taking the British and German official reports, with the addition of a battle cruiser of the Lutzow type, tbe Gerrnau destroyers and j submarine reported by Sir Johu | Jellicoe to have been sunk, the | comparison of losses is as...

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Donald P. and A. Society MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Donald P. and A. Society I MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Saturday afternoon at the Royal George Hotel' Mr. C. R. Basset in the chair. CORRESPONDENCE From Chamber of Commerce, stating that annual conference would be held at Port Fairy on 27th, 2Sth and 2l)th June, and lequesting that list of delegates to attend same be forwarded before 16th inst: From C. R. Wood, lion, secretary Rural Producers' Association, re reviving same, and stating amount of ,£2000 or .£3000 was still in hand for Farmers' Organization Defence Trust—Mr. Letcher : Was the Donald Branch financial when it was disbauded ? Mr. IT. S. Pope said it was reported that the branch was two or three pounds to the bad. After some discussion it was resolved on the motion of Mr. W. Morgan, that the secretary, Mr. G. Cruik shank, be communicated with re the matter, Mr. Letcher seconding. From Wool Exchange, Melbourne, re date of Donald Show. From Chamber of Agriculture, soliciting subscripti...

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

STIFF KECK. l'Jiis i= •"> oiiinion form of muscular .,.,u!Uatiii!i for which Cuamberlain's pain Balm is especially valuable. Try v.you will be surprised at the quick Jicf which it affords. Chamberlain's Bu'iu is without}* superior for mus cular ami rheumatic pains. Sold by Hannah Bros. .Mr E. Glasbeen, of Buckrabau vule, met "'iUi a serious accident on Tuesday, while breaking in a young horse. He was putting the animal over a jump, when it came down.' )Ir Glasheen landed on his right I iatid, and tbe force of the impact broke the bone in tbe arm and dis located tbe elbow. The injured sail was taken to Charlton. Mr Glasheen has .been most unfortu nate, as it was only recently that he Ect with an accident by which he lost one of his eyes. kekp youk bowels regular. As everyone knows, the bowols are the sewerage system of the body, and'it is of i tlio greatest imjiortanGe that they move once each day. If your bowels "become i coBsiijrated, take a dose of Chamberlain's I Tablets just ...

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