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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

A TOvVNSVIU.K MOTHER. WUO PRAISES RKXON'A SICtN AND PACIAD SOAP. "I am giving tliirf tost imonial so mothers will see what soup Lo wash their babies with," writes lire l'\ Ross, Stokes-streot, Towusville, Q. "I have used Ruxoua Skin and Yaeial Soap for my little girl for Homo time, and it lias made lusr skin so •soft iiud clean uud healthy and not a smear on it. She is like a pink rose. Her hair is soit and silky, and the scalp is like snow, and hor hair is growing quite long and curly. I hivo triod several other soaps, but none can beat Itexona Skin and Facial Soap. I intend always keeping a cake iu the lnuse to wash her with." Rexotia Soap is as s\ve«t, wliolosome, aud pure as the mountain dew. To use it for tho daily bath, or oven to wash the hands and face with it, is to furnish the skin with a tonio and antisoptic of inujuustiuii uUre value. Roxoua Skin ami Kacial Soap is a re freshing, soothing, healing, autiseptis Soap, medicat«d 011 tho same principle at the famous ttoxouu O...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Donald School Bazaar [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

Donald School Bazaar A very successful bazaar was held at the Iligber Elemeutary School, Donald, on Wednesday afternoon, and ivas a great success, the pro ceeds amounting to £21. The fete was declared open by Dr J. Calhoun in felicitious terms, remarking that already .£612 had been raised by the children. Dr Calhoun urged those present to spend generously, for the pennies raised that after noon would ba of great benefit to the soldiers. He asked them to give three cheers for King George and to sing the National Authem. At the instance ofCr S. J. Wortley, cheers were given for Dr Calhoun and Mr Skewes. The stallholders were as follows : — Hoop^lah and Dips.—Misses Gwen Herbert, Isa Muir, and Mer cy L,amplough ; amount £3 l(>s 3d. Shooting Gallery.—Masters Jack McPherson, Donald Keith, Sydney McPherson, and Geoffrey Wilson amount 9s c)d. Refreshments.— Misses Flossie Pollerd, Ella Keau, Pearl Bennett, Eunice Herbert, Isabel ITornsby, Phyllis Lyndon, Hilda Turnbull, Madge Ravnes, Bl...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gaudeamus Igitur! STUDENTS WANT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

Gaudeamus Igitur ! STUDENTS WANT WORK, Students are volunteering to make j good the shortage of labor required for the harvest, and the farmers of the Donald Shire are being asked to requisition the aristocratic harvest hands. Down Donald way the bucolics will gather rouud the la borers' camp to listen opea-mouthed to the conversations, which will run in this wise : "You misquoted that line of Horace to-day about the waving sheaves, Ginger." "Mis quoted be hanged ; you didn't hear the part I was saying when the haystack fell on me." "Say, Micko, who was the Johnny that wrote "The Man with the Hoe"—don't you think we ought to burn him in effigy?" "We are the men the Lord God made and gave, to have dominiou over land and sea." Over in another corner a boisterous group will be at ouce charming and puzzling the damselry by a weird jumble chanty ending with a shout of "Horum, harum, horum, his, his, his," while across there on the bagging floor the last bag will be packed down to the acc...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bowls at Donald. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

Bowls at Donald. The representatives of the War racknabeal Bowling Club defeated the Donaldites by three points on Wednesday at the Donald Park. The scores were as follows :— — Warracknabeal — Messrs Gowers, James, Wyatt, aud Ra-vling 22 Messrs D. Smith, King, P. Smith, aud Millar 29 Messrs Dungey, Pearson, Dally and Maun ... 23 Messrs Iludgsou, Youug, Loug aud McKenzie 23 Total ... ... .... ... 97 — Donald — Messrs Cherry; Scarce, Mertens, aud Milburn ... ... ... 26 Messrs Colby, Meagher, Duou, aud Woodfall 17 Messrs Wortley, Muir, Calhoun, aud Thomson 27 Messrs Hearu, Anderson, Schafer, aud I^implough 24 Total 94

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Red Cross Realm [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

The Red Cross Realm Mrs \V. K '■ Walter Street, Donald, has . .-cived the following letter from Major H. C. S. Rtv. tr, of the No. 5 Australian General Hospital, Melbourne:—"Oil behalf of Hi:.* pitients of this hospital I beg to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of your donation- Your kindness is very greatly appreciated and f can assure you that every care will be taken to see that this gift is put to the b;st possible use." The Donaln Red Cros^; Society desires to thank all who so gener ously donated the pro luce referred t7. A business meeting of the Donald R.e:l Cross Society was held on December 14th. Mrs T. W. Cant well, the president, ccjupied the chair. It was moved by Mrs McDonald, seconded by Mrs Basset, that the minutes of last meeting be confirmed. Mrs Basset moved, and Mrs Cook seconded, that a vote of thanks be passed to Mrs C. Perevill, of Charlton, for donation of Galli poli buttons. The following accounts were passed for payment :—Waddell & Co , j£,S 17s ;...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

UIGANTIC CONSPIRACY". 'Tis a gigantic conspiracy of Coughs and Colds agaiiiat you. Foil it; with Dr. Shel don's) Now Di'covury (or Coughs and Colds. Price, Is 6d and 3a, Obtainable every where. .

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Call to Arms. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

The Call to Arms. To the Editor. Sir—The present state of war im peratively demands that the exercise of the fall strength of the Empire and it« Allies should be put forth. Iu this way only can speedy victory be achieved and lasting peace secu red. If those rights aud ptivileges for which Australian democracy has struggled so long and values dearer than iife itself are to be preserved, Prussian military despotism must be crushed once aud for all. The res ources of the Allies are more than adequate for this task but they must be marshalled. To wage this war with less than our full strength is to commit national suicide by slowly bleeding to death. Our soldiers have done great things in this war. They have carved for Australia a niche iu ttie Temple of the Immortals. Those who have died fell gloriously, but had the number of our forces been doubled mauy brave lives would have been spared, the Australian armies would long ago have been camping iu Constantinople, and the world war would...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

THE ROLL OF HONOR. At the meeting of., the Donald Shire Couucil on Wednesday, Cr. W. Sproat reported that a few months ago Cr Wortley, Mr Oakley, and himself had been appointed to consider the advisability of securing a honor roll for Donald. It wasde cided that the Couucil should pur chase one of the ornamental boards, and have it displayed in the Shire Hall. It was also decided to secure a parchment roll, for the purpose of recording the names of local volun teers, not including those who merely enlisted here, but only those who were really associated with the district. Cr S. J. Wortley endorsed Cr Sproat1 s remarks, and, in answer to Cr J. L. Pearse, said the reason in not placing all the enlistments on the rolls was because in all probab ility the names of mauy would ap pear on rolls in the districts whence they originated. To illustrate his meaning, Cr Wortley said two of his employees, of whom he was proud, had joined the colors, aud though they had been in the district two ye...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

W. fi. GRAY AUCTIONEER Govi.rirjiviit S-A'orn Valuator Stock, Station & General Commission Agent ... DONALD & WATCHEM Telephone : N«. 19 Ayent fur Watcl-.ciu—R. DonnUuo Sales conilucta'V in any p.ul of Hie Slate Loans negotiated on Leasehold and Freehold Properties AGENT FOR:— Tbe National Mutual Life Association of Australia Limited The Royal 1'ire lasuranca Company Straclian, Murray and Shannon, wool brokers, Melbourne and Geelong Coopor's Slioep Dip Ford Motor Cars State Accident Insurance Company Ballarat Trustees, Exors. aud Ai/eney Co. Commissioner for taking declarations and affidavits. Trucks ordered and consigned to Ballatal, Bendigo, or Melbourne markets Sales will be held as follows :— Donald—Friday Watchem—Thursday DONALD STOOK BALE In Young Bros' Yards Sa urday, December I8th W. H. gray, will yaiJ the fol lowing lines: — Entries Invited WATCHEM STOOK" SALE January 1916 W. H. gray will conduct a Stock Sale at Watchem in bis New | Sale Yards at 1.30 p.m. s...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Donald Shire Council THE DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

Donald Shire Council THE DECEMBER MEETING. The December meeting of the Donald Shire Council was held on Wednesday, when there were pres ent :—Crs Cantwoll, Sprout, Green, McNab, McEweu, I/ivery, li.issK, Wortley, and Pear.sc. The Shire Secretary (Mr C. McCracken) and Inspector of Nuisances (Mr Camer on) a'so attended. The President stated that a box for contributions for the purchase of material to assist the Serbians had been placed on the table for private donations from the councillors ; who generously responded. C O R K ICS PON DP. i\* Civ, Mr J. Beckham brought under notice the state of tiie quarry at Sproat's, but nothing was done in tlie matter. Mr Stephen H. Semmens, Shire Secretary of Mildura, wrote askiug support of Council for Cr W. P. Crockett's candidature to the Board j of Health, as it was desired to have a representative from the uorth-we steru part of Victoria on the Board, as the decisions of the Board of Health vitally affect Mildura in common with other municipal...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Are not the Bachelors to go? [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

Are not the Bachelors to go ? I am a kuut upou-the street; Behold ine give tlie girls a treat ; They cry "Dear Reginald's too sweet To go to war." Never again to deck the Block With beauteous tie and purple sock; Nay rather shall the Germans knock Upon the door. Nothing as beautiful as I Should e'er be called upou to die While any married meu are by For me to fight. I,et fifty thousand widows sob For husbands slain. On twenty bob They can scratch on—I've got my job; I'll be all right. What though in my tau shoes so neat I hide a pair of frigid feet, Let not that trouble thee, my Sweet; Nay, weep not, dear. Nor tell me twixt thy tears that I Should heed the .young war-orph ans' cry ; Nay, let a milliou fathers die So I stay here. —"Oriel" iu the Aug us. Recently tbe Sliite Secretary com" uaunicated with Senior-Constable James Willcox. asking for official assistance in the matter of preven tion of fires in the Donald district. Constable Willcox states that fire notices have already be...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

The death occurred at Taradale, near Castlemaine, on Wednesday, of Mr Bellett, senr., father of Mr Tom Bellctt, of Donald. He was over 80 years of age, and had been ailing for some tiaie. For Ccu'OMc CUest Complaints Wqo^'» Greijt Peppermint Curg

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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

IytST Ol'- TELKPHONE STATIONS AND I-EKS. LitelifiuUl Massey W;it<:keui Morton l'laius Bircliip Curyo Wooiiiuluug . Lascellus Ivinintbulki. . Ouyeu St. Arnuud Add 3 mill, s. il. 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 5' 0 6 0 .9 '1 6 0 «4 1 3 0 0 l;ee for first 3 uiin. s. d. 0 -■ 0 2 0 3 0 <1 . 0 0 :/i 0 'S < 1 0 13 0 8 1 10 0 A

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

('''l\f/°3serve the Blue JfSmK Fluted Bottu AHD & . ,*! trade SOLD BY OUR AGENTS, AND BY ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. IS THE BEST 11 TO Recommended by leading autkoritieo for 1. INCREASED GERMINATION. Formalin 86 %, Blucstono 66 °/o. 2. HIGHER YIELD. Formalin treated 16 buuh. 2Slb3. per norc. l!!ur.:;lunc ,, 15 basil. Sllbs. „ . 3. SIMPLER TO u8c. ' 1 <\ AT HALF THE COST. 1 Ask or write at once for new Leaflet i (post free) giving latest opinions j ami results in Australian States and 1 America. Hoatl Office* WFLUAiVJ ST., EV3ELB. AUSTRAL KEROSENE OIL ENGINES ARK TUP. Strongest, Most Reliable, and Most Economic Engines on the Market. snecnlH' designed by Uie actual Makers in Australia lo snil Ans emiireuieuts. They are so simple, solid, and well made, that life i"7,% satisfaction is assured without constant duplication of parts or expert itlontiou They have no high-speed intricate attachments or electrical fittinirs to get out of order. They use p ain, safe kerosene, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 December 1915

Official Game Laws. LIST OF GA5IE AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTKD IN VICTORIA UNDER THE SECOND AND TIIIKL) SCHEDULES TO THE GAME ACf 1S90. The Whole Year. AJM'istrnliiin Fauna (with the exce'i tion of sn-ikt:*) in tHo National Parks and Public Gardens. Black Cockatoos, Blac-r Swan-, Wbita Swans, Black-tailed or Rocb-Pebbler Parrot-, Hronze-winged and other Willi Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, California!! Quail, Cranes (all birds known as Crpn".-, such as Herons, ligretp, &u , except the Native Companion or°Australian Cram-). Cuckoos, Curlews, Wild Doves, Wild Duck and Teal, Emus, Pan-tails, Ibis, Java Turtle D >v<>s, Black faced or Malice Kangaroos, Large Grey Kangaroos, Largo Ked Kangaroos, Ivin .Gahca (all kinds), Larks, Laughing Jack ass, Malice Hens, Martina, IVIopokes, Opossums, Owls, Swamp or Ground Para keets, Pheasants, Southern Stone Plovor, Robins, Spoonbills, Wrong. .Since ilio above was ^azo'ted wo liavo received a communication from tho Malice Reli...

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THE SANITARY DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 December 1915

! SANITARY DEPOT. Sir—There has been so many aaplaints about the manner in jjicli the sanitary system has been ■sducted. that another concerning :;;; nepot iias not come as a sur ;rie. It U:e allegations made by i'rliLv-L-t at the Council are correct -:i;d I believe tbey are, for Mi fee! nut a man given to voic t; complaints which lie cannot si.-MDtiate—it is a disgrace to the yw that such deplorable condit io arc allowed to exist by our lo ci authorities. I am glad that Cr. brou.yht the matter forward, ;xci)!y oisi of iespect to moral de £Crcy. but in Ike interests of the health .— I am, &c. A RATEPAYER.

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Epistles to the Editor. THE DONALD ICE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 December 1915

-* —— I "gpistles to the Editor; | rH1: pOXALD ICH WORKS. f Rotten cold weather they $ vjve b«:I paving iu Donald, Wat • said Sherlock Holmes, look 's y'up iioin the Donald Tnnis. 1 .fvc read the Timks f.ota eu<! to I -ad," i'eP!:Cl] Dr* Watson 'n sur I "and there's not a word aneut | lie'weather ;it Dunald in it.' V ' '.My •3 ^Watson," said Holmes, "I de :-i jijce that you »ie sitting on a l!,tje 1 ■ool of whiskey and water, from my iaoH'ledge of the fact that I spilled ■ :.0,i that chair just before you pl'iuieiu. In just as simple a fa'sb I ^ 1 deduce the fact that Donald ■| i-j had unseasonable weather. See I .^yourself." He handed over the Dr. Watson scanned it ;j oiefully tor as long as it took , 1 Hstoes to smoke a cigarette- "It lysine nothing/' be said at last. Jslnies smiled slightly. "Do yon .? jot see," he s:iid, "that in his re to the Water Trust recently 'JGecnje Loveit said the ice works '|--j :iot yet consumed any water. clear, therefore, that there has -o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 December 1915

INDIGESTION is jtliv.iys due to a stomach niiidi is tjj[ weak to digest what you vat. It nea rust; you can't rest it by going withoj food. That would menu starvation. Uj Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tubules do tf stomachic work. In tlie moantijio tj tired organ is regaining fresh streiigtT Jiefore long it will bo as strong as eve A temporary attack can be cured at onq A case of long standing naturally takl nioro time. But the Jirst dose brings relief Vow don't have to diet. Dr. Sheldon •Digestive '1'abules will digest any kind I wholesome food. Try them for a u'ttej [ and soe lioiv much better you feel I'rieJ Is6d uud 2s6dper tin. Obtainable ever j whore. The proprietor of Moore's Poultr j Farm, . Donald, informs resident! that they have for sale, at Mel| bourne market rates, a large uutnbe of ducklings for Xmas. We iirgi I intending buyers to secure suppliej early. I For Chronic Chest Complaint Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. It is reported that the Germaij cruiser Bremen and a torpedo bo...

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Provincial Intelligence AN EPITOME OF THE NE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 December 1915

Provincial Intellisrenc I AN JiPITOMIi OF THlv NK A pretty wedding was eelebraj at Christ Church, Casterton, by Rev. F. Scillwell on September 2 wlieu Mr William Nicholas Peaij eldest son of Mr and Mrs W. ] Pearse, of the Bunk of Victor Donald, was married to Miss NlJ jorie Isabella Nowacki, secc daughter of Mr and Mrs I. Xc acki, of Bahgallah. The Rev. A. McKay, Cliarlt lias received a letter from the pare of the late Private James Audersi formerly of Charlton, who v killed at the landing at Gallipt Writing from Newtonmore, Sc land, Mr and Mrs Anderson tern their sincere thanks for the ki sympathy they have received fr< Private Au.lerson's Charlton frieu They state that they will ahva have a kind thought for Charltc J where their soil spent so ma happy days. Private Anderson « struck by-a piece of shrapnel, a killed iustautly. The price of bread at Cliarlta has been reduced from iOd to the four pound loaf. A lot dissatisfaction existed in the ton and district at the pric...

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Mr Gray at Corack [from the Wycheproof ENSIGN [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 December 1915

Alr- Gray;at Corack [from the Wycheproof l^uM ^p^akiug at CY>i-^ > .. P'tal Sunday , L'lst oil H, present, h!aSmi « <*i °PP0rtnuity to meetVf! S'dV< hi®! a '"emote corner fc c°»««tieats and also to rub m;,H , ,eleclor£ thereby.gdia anng with mi„da1 meul? of the people % he r^i certaiu amount of rehm* & the appeals J a"Ce m n continual during'the" ,had When thewara„d tbfiJ- u^ti the raauy aor^ji. ^r°ught A that further ap,^! Uctai However, the sicl-J V,Vere ^ to be cared for and ?Inle^ B they.Uad not reached^f ed' * civilisation when peoSta^ permitted to die bv h, 1 W0llltll that regard thev" i, t ro;!clside.i the value of ^<^^4 Hons. It was credit . Ie 1Dstl mittees of manae.- to the c4 institutions were ken?' tl,at SJ *en did their 1 and nobody could p0iu^?'ltoiIf scorn to the ma,mih* ingei were told of the \\\|fment Tf wood, and St. Arnau l t00-"1 l£JJ should be educated fn°f?I!als! .them as 'our hosp{tais. J00^ 11 it was the dutv of ...

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