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For the Boys in the Trenches. GIFT STALL AND AFTERNOON TEA. OVER £14 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

For the Boys in j the1 Trenches. GIFT STALL AND AFTER NOON TEA. OVER j£14 REALISED. A gift stall and afternoon tea was held iu St. George's Hall on Saturday afternoon, which was well patronised by the public, realising the handsome sum of .£14 7s (id, the gift stall takings amounting to .£10 4s 5d, and the afternoon tea .£4 2s Lid. The raffles were won by the following:— Pipe—Mr R. Broughton. New Guinea Bean—Mr Guyatt. Fruit Cake—'Mr J. F. Pearse. Tin Biscuits—Mr M'Cracken Penny Fruit Cake—Mr Tom Conroy. Pair Roosters—Mr M'Cracken Thermos Flask—Miss G. Tonkin. Pair Roosters—Miss Tierney. Pair Roosters—Mr Guyatt. Fruit Cake—Mr Jackson.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

Ballakat, Saturday. 1 /10 to Oats, i/i" iu bran, and ina»Ser '£5/5, and £6/5 pollard--11'-' respectively.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Weather. A WELCOME CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

The Weather. A WELCOME. CHANGE. After experiencing a rather anxious time since the previous fall of about three weeks ago, which was insufficient for local require ments, farmers were again put in good heart by a copious downfall, which eventuated last Friday even ing. Steady rain began to fall towards evening, and icoutinued until about 3 o'clock next morning, the gauge registering '68 points in Donald, 63 at Banyena, about 1 inch at Jeflcott, 70 points at Corack, 45 at Birchip, 70 at Rich Avon West, 77 at Minyip, and 70 at Banyeuong. Horsham registered 12S, and Murtoa 126. Light showers again fell ou Sunday evening, 15 points at Donald bringing the total to S3, whilst Corack also received 20 and Ban yenong 15.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

WHiiT i^BOUT „ p SOI-EHER'S IL,I3rFTl'E::K. " ; We are anxious to receive copies of soldiers' letters for publication in the TimHS, and we cordially invite readers to correspond with our wishes, and send the narras tivcs as early as possible, TBHESSE! J&-E&E2 WEIJLrfCOIbEIiaiD. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' GreatJPeppjirmiut Cure, 1/6 Auctioneer, STOCK AND STATION AGKNT, I.ANI) ND PROPERTY VALUER. Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The best car in tbe market at tbe price. Sales conducted in any part of the State. Rudduck's Veterinary Medicines always on hand. From ^5 to £50,000 to loan oil broad acres. District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co., established almost 100 years. Funds .£3,500,000. Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm, Acci dent.—Iustirances at Lowest Rates. Consult me before receiving present policies elsewhere. ENTRIES INVITED. . Clearing Sale. Wednesday, June 14, AT "THE WILLOWS." 1.30 sharp. W. aL- morgan, TTNDER instruc...

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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

I 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. Allen, R. Hague, Tom Allen, A. Irwin, Harry Allen, H. Jones, G Abbott, W. Kerr, H. Aitkin, S. Keith, D. Adlam, W. Kol'oed, L J Barrie, J. C. Lee, A. Barber, R. H. ..Liddie, N. Barry, J. Loft, W. Birch, L. Laing, J. Berry, Mark . Lamplough, O i Blair, G. Lambert, F. Barnes, W. Lock, E . Bliss, Theo Locke,- Albert Bliss, B. Leech, Robert Bruce, Roy Lees. Geo Barry, Dan Larkin, Jim Box, A. Letcher, B. Bennett, P. Lewis, N Beckham, H. McDonald,' A. Baird, H. McDonald, G. Booley, Jim Mayman, Tom Belleville, J. McErvale, I. Belleville, Vin Mills, G. A. Barber, A. W. McDonald, D. Basset, M. '' McDonald, H Bennett, A. Mtiir, Leslie Bailes, Alf Muir, N. Byrne, C. ' Muir, Arthur Burge, W. Mcpherson, . Bray, .1. J. ' McLung, J Baird, B. F. McConachy, L Brockenshire, A. Moore, A. W. Baddock, Don Morrison, C Belleville, A. P. Mclntyre, Ii Boucher, John McLa...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

DONALD HOTEL ^ " DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co. (joaehbtiilders). New and Up-to-date Premises now open. Sgadotu Dining-room. Up-tc^date Bedrooms, Electric Llgbt, Hot and Cold Water Batbs. 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 oar sub scnbers. we again publish the full list on ^SnbscriWs and the pablic generally wottki do well to cut tlie list oufcand keep Bam* for reference. 4* J. L. Bales. Baker, Wood Streot. IV Ba=set & Son, Commission Agents i and Private Residence. 59 C. H. Basset & So*", W1'' "'* , 68 A S Hlurdv, Builder, W ■ street; »n" Privnt.'Re«idi"C-. ''Voids it. 49 J. H. Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St i and Private Resideere. 25 C. Bourko, Ranyena Rd 36 P. Bourke, Farmer. £3 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewellers. 56 W.1 Cox, Residence, Hou...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

In Memoriam IN Loving Memory of my dear husband, and our loving father, THOMAS ROSEWARNE, who departed this life on the 6th June, 1914, at Donald. Sadly missed. Inserted by his sorrowing wife, daughter, and son-in-law.

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The Belgian Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 6 June 1916

The Belgian Relief Fund. The hon. treasurer of the local fund (Mr J. C. Beckley, manager State Savings Bank) informs us he has had the pleasure of receiving a cheque of £25 from Mr John T. Dickeson, being part proceeds of fair held at Laen North. We understand that the hon. sec. (Mr. O'Brien) is meeting with grati fying response to appeals for sub scriptions.

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

Shire of Donald. rate notice. ]) ATEPAYERS are notified that 1 Interest will be charged on a]] General and Pan Rates remain ing unpaid after the 10th June, 1916. . C. McCRACKEN, Shire Secretary. Sbire Offices, Donald, 6th June, J 910. The Watchem Dandies WILL hold an ENTERTATN-' MENT in aid of the RED I CROSS at WATCHEM on WEDNESDAY, 14th JUNE. ... SPLENDID PROGRAMME. Admission, 2s and Is. To be follow by a Dance. Gents, 2s; Ladies, a basket.' A Grand Ball "CTTIlL he held in Mechanics' YV Hall, WATCHEM, on FRIDAY Night, June 16, in aid of the funds of the Watchem United Red Cross. Tickets, 2s 6d ; Ladies, a Basket. Splendid Music. Efficient'M.C. J.HART Hon. - S. SKEWES V Secretaries. Sick and Returned Woun= ded Soldiers' Fund. DANCE, in aid of above fund, will be held on June 14th, in St. George's Hall, Donald. W. G. paterson,. . Secretary.. CONCERT AND DANCE At CARRON. A CONCERT and DANCE, in XV- aid of the Donald and Minyip Red Cross Societies, will be held in Pvi-ks' Barn*, Carro...

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News in B[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

NewslT3 Foxes are causing ,J the young lamb5 " teamofEircljip. defeated Waichem * 4.6 to 1. Bircl"P A. if,, to-morrow whe,h;':J he'd this year. A meeting of the Jftl Society will be ^ fix date of show. On Umpire Dav the Union Jack ln;.' down at the state ate A Birchipdog, Ea$J his first two coursjt' Stakes at Marybori^ day. " A dog-poisoning ?>■ out in Birchip ly' valuable dogs beiui some ou the chain. 3 Au increase oi .v accidents in LondooV the past year suggest* is about as deadly asfe Mr. James ByrcC " Byrneside," Banyei accepted for active "ser I Australian troops. Si i leased his farm. I Hare drive at JeSs j end. flares badly K plumpton. Roll up ;l| help our coursing'i j returned soldiers, lixperc department:: mate roughly that the sown this year in Yi-] 70 or 75 per cent, k J | put under crop last ye A.MHEB B£li The old-time nurses: that a string of amlierbs: the baby's neck vfonUt: from sore throat. Tcei charms away the talrt; throat with i)r. Sheldon's! for Coughs and Co...

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The State of Belgium. OVER THREE MILLION PEOPLE DESTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

The State of Belgium. OVER THREE MILLION PEOPLE DESTITUTE. The Hoa. Secretary of the Donald Belgian Relief Fund, Mr. T. R. O'Brien, has received the following reply from the Belgian Consul, Melbourne, in reply to a letter for warded by him. The replv was accompanied by a copy of the appeal forwarded by the National Committee for Relief in Belgium to the Premier of New South Wales, which will doubtless be found most interesting to all sympathisers with the brave, but unfortunate, Belgian people, now so urgently in need of relief:— " Consulat G.eneral de Belgique, Melbourne, 25/5/'16 Dear Sir,—• I have the honor, on behalf of the j Consul-General for Belgium, to acknowledge with many thanks the receipt of your letter of 23rd inst. I notice with much pleasure that your friends and yourself have decided to continue to raise contri- j butions in your shire towards the Belgian Relief Fuud. Your efforts will be the more useful that the prolongation of the war causes misery to become every ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

UA.T1IB YOUR ISA IS Y WITH RKXONA SOAP. A henltliy baby always enjoys a hath, ami Rexona Soap makes your child a healthy baby. It keeps , his skin frosli and sweat, his scalp so clean and whale-: some. Any irritation of the skin which keeps baby awake, or mr;kes him cross or peevish, Rexo.uu Soap will quickly soothe. A refreshing bath wiLh lioxona Soap and ijeutle anointing with Kexona will cool his skin, and take away all discom forts so that baby and mother will sle-sp ipiictly. The pure, sweet omolieuls used ill Rexona Soap are suited to baby's delicate skill, ivnil it keeps it in the best condition. Hexoiia babies are contented babies, because they feel well cared for ind comfortable, (let a tablet of Rexona Doa.) froui your chemist or grocer. The irice is Is. You are sure to like it. Db^aiuabla everywhere.

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The WAR. Naval Battle in North Sea. GREAT BRITISH VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

Naval Battle in North Sea. GRI3A.T BRITISH VICTORY. Latest accounts of the great naval battle state the result was a complete .victory for Vice-Admiral Beatty's squadron of the British fleet, which drove the entire German fleet back after engaging three times their number, the Germans retiring badly beaten when the Grand Fleet came upon the scene. The German are reported to have lost 22 boats as against Britain's 14. Included in Germany's losses are the battle cruisers Ilindenberg and Lutzow. Some of the enemy vessels were chased J00 miles. It is stated that the fire of the H.M.S. New Zealand so punished her opponents that they were only able to inflict on her the most trifling damage. It is oificially announced that no men are reported as having been saved from the British ships Inde fatigable, Defence, Black Prince, Tipperary, Turbulent, N omad and Nestor. Germans, 011 Wednesday night, used searchlights to blind the British gunners. The searchlights revolved rapidly, their flashin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

The Donald Tirqeg With which is incorporated the Donald Expkrss and Lands borodgh Times. Friday, Junk 9, 1916. Local and General News, Watciiem Daxoiks' Entertain" mknt.—An entertainment in aid o the Red ' ross will be given by the Watchem Dandies at Watcbem on Wednesday, 14th June. Admission, 2/ and Ij, A splendid programme Las been prepared. Tne entertain mont will be followed by a dance. Admission—Gents, 2/0 ; ladies, a basket. . # :XS i * * * * * if: I Meeting of District Farmers. —A meeting of district farmers will be held at St. George's Hall, Donald, on Tuesday, 27th June, when an address will be delivered by Mr. Isaac Hart, Organising Secretary of the Victorian Farmers' Union. An advertisement will appear later. .j.*.,. A*... Mr Marchant, consulting optician, of Geelong, will visit Donald on Tuesday, June 20, and may be consulted at the Royal George hotel from 9.30 am, to | 5 p.m. , *, * , * :•: * # * * * Clearing Sale.—On Wednes day, 14th June, Mr W. A. Morgan, under' instr...

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Commonwealth War Loan. FURTHER ISSUE PLACED ON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

Commonwealth War Loan. FURTHER ISSUE PLACED O.N MARKET. Another issue of the Common wealth War I/oan has been launched on the Australian money market, and the full terms of the prospectus are given in another column. A perusal of the terms will show that generally speaking the issue is similar to the two previous issues as regards rates of interest and other conditions, the loan being repayable in W/z years at par- and uearing i interest at the rate of-1 ^ per cent. A tull six mouths' interest is payable on the 15th December next,- and as instalments are spread over a period extending-to the 15th November, this represents a sub stantial bonus to investors.. If looked at simply as a gilt edged investment, the issue is again highly attractive, but at this critical juncture in the history of the British Empire there are more vital considerations to be borne in mind than fhe mere question of the attractiveness of the loan as an investment. In a recent British manifesto signed by many of...

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Lord Kitchener Missing. CRUISER SUNK OFF THE ORKNEYS. WITH WAR MINISTER ON BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

Lord Kitchener Missing. CRUISER SUNK OFF T1IE ORKNEYS. WITH WAR MINISTER ON BOARD. | A London telegram states that the i Secretary to the Admiralty has I announced tbat the cruiser Hainp i shire (10,850 tons), with Field Marslial Lord Kitchener, Ministei for War, and his stall aboard, was mined or torpedoed onjMonday night at 8 o'clock, west of the Orkneys. Boats were seen by. observers ashore to leave the ship. The wind was north north - west, and heavy seas were running. Patrol vessels and destroyers immediately went to the spot, and a party was sent alon^ the coast to search, but only some bodies and a capsized boat have been found up to tbe present. As the whole shore has been searched from seaward, it is greatly feared that there is but little hope that there are any survivors. No report has yet been received from the search .party on shore. The Hampshire wrs going to Russia. The total loss of life was 655. Lord Kitchener's party consisted of the following : Lt. Col. Fitzgerald...

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

STOP IT NOW. If you have a pain iii your back, if you have a lame back, or an ach ing back, stop it now. For remember that backache is indicative of kidney disorders. It is a spy placed there by nature to warn you that your kidneys need help. Don't neglect the warning ; stop it now, for it may be too late if you put it off. You ask how to stop it? We'll let this mau tell you. Mr. J. Morrison, saddlei, of Alma Street, St. Arnaud, says :—" For some time I had serious trouble with my kidneys, and was often so bad that I could hardly move. The pain centred in the small of my back, just above the kidneys, and was particularly severe if I stooped or moved quickly. My rest at night was disturbed, and during the day I„ felt tired and languid, having no energy for anything. I was also subject to dizzy attacks, but the constant backache was by far the worst symptom. One day I saw an advertisement in the paper for Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and thinking they might benefit me I got some. I w...

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Donald Coursing Club. DECIDES TO HOLD COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

Donald Coursing Club. DKCIDIiSTO HOLD COURSING, j A meeting, to consider the advis ability or otherwise of holding the coursing fixtures ior 1916 was held at Ditchbnrn's Hotel on Tuesday evening. There was a good atteud ' ance. , Correspondence was read from Pinnaroo Coursing Club, asking for programme of fixtures; from Lake Boga club, askiug for programme 1 and nomination forms ; Kerangclub r£ programme ; Stawell, asking for programme, and R. S- Forbes, of " Winner," asking secretary to sup ply items of interest re local cours ing matters. Accounts amounting to .£16/15/3 were passed for payment. GENERAL BUSINESS. A long discussion took place re the matter of holding coursing meet infif or otherwise.' Mr. J. Bales said hares were plentiful at " the Volcano." One gentleman in that locality had stated 20 or 30 could be obtained in one paddock- St. Arnaud could not get hares, as they could not get enough people to attend hare drives. They had nine hires in their plump ton. What was to ...

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

SHORTENING ITS COUKSK. Onco settled in the system whooping cough ami colds must run a certain course, but the usu of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy very much shortens the time required for a complete recovery In whooping cough it liquifies the tough mucus and aids its expectoration, render ing the fits of coughing less frequent and less severe. Chamberlain's Cough Re medy deprives whooping congh of any dangerous consequences and ensures a corupleto recovery in less tiniu than is usually required. Sold by Hannah Bros.

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The Markets. BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 9 June 1916

The Markets, ! BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, Tuesday, Wheat, 5/; Oats, feed, 2/ to 2/2 ; milliug, 2/3 to 2/4 ; seed 2/6 to 2/7. Barley—Cape, 2/11 to 3/1; Kuglish 4/ to 4/4. Potatoes — Carmetis, £5/10 ; Suowflakes, ,£5/5. Braa, ,£5/5. Pollard—£6/5. Flour, ,£11 2s 6d. Hay—chaffing sheaves, £2 ; raauger 1*2/5. > )

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