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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

ewiw it Liberal Casia Advances made upcm ensniing Clips, ©.nd all consignments of Wool, Graiev ajrad Produce. • • in ItkJf i fcftjf m * * 5 ® C_j> 4f\i O SALES ON COMMISSION. Careful Valuations, Highest Prices, and Prompt \ v Returns. AUSTRALIAN, 1EECAMI1LE, MM & FINAMCE C°- L™ South Kensington. : William Si! MELBOURNE School Qui are very liable to eaten cold. They have to go in ali wer.thers— often fiaviug so Git in rcliooi vi'Jt wet feel. Apart from this, t'icy are always face to (tee with the risk from infection—especially when epiJcmica of V.Smopisj Ocagh, Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are stout. •Mcitars of School Boys and Girls however can f>e always £KLtK o[ P.MiSry if they have s bottle of I in & Ho;;?e, as one dose of this Mcdicine at the ii:;i indication of a "coia" Vriii at once "nip in tke lad" what might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Croup uolds on the The REMEDY with the REPUTAT...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMRS. Friday, June 23, 1916. A DRILLED NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

Tim Donald Tiiqeg With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands nn»ouGH Tim its. Friday, June 23, 1916. • A DRILLED NATION. The State Parliamentary -Recruit ing Committee suggests that all men Between the ages of 18 and 45 should be compulsorily drilled The object is to give an impetus to volun tary enlistment. Apart, however, from that worthy purpose, and though the present war had' never broken, out it would have been con ducive to the safety of Australia if, when the compulsory military train ing of lads was authorised by the Federal Defeuce Act, young and mid dle aged men had been included. For we are a small people holding a great continent. . The population of Aus tralia in proportion to the area and wealth of the cuntinent is little more than.a garrison. We live in an age of great armies, great armaments and great political changes. The time, therefore, may not be remote when Australia will be required to defend its own territories, and to vindicate its own libertie...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

NOTICE. rruiE large circulation ihe "Times" lias X attained throughout fclio Wiuiuiera and Mallee, and the fact that it provides for its readers ttio best reports of current events, constitute it tile very best medium for advertisers.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

There's never a rod iti "The Land of Nod." And no need of a flagellant there, For no sweet babe could refuse to be good . ■ In a kingdom so peaceful and fair. There are rows and rows of pretty pink toes In that realm wheje no sorrows endure; And tho guardian fates, by its great ' gates, 1 Give Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. ITS VALUEJDE. gONSTRATEU. You cannot be too careful in buying cough medicine for children. The ong selected should lie free of opiates and other narcotics, pleasant to talce, and one that can be depended upon. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. Few mediciues have met with such success in the treatment of bad colds as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, and restores the sys tem to a healthy condition. Sold by Ilanuah Bros. .KEEP. YODtt BOWELS REGULAR. As everyone knows, the bowels are the 1 sewerage systoui of the body, and it is of ' the greatest importance that they move. once each day. ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Oldest Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

The Oldest Australian. The "oldest Australian" con troversy. which is itself of respec table and mature age. has once more been revived for the benefit of the younger members of the community—this time at Geelong. A wish t j ascertain the name of the oldest Australian native was ex pressed some little time ago bv the Ge;'lon< branch of the A.N.A., aud already th; names o: :t team o" twelve native born inhabitants, ni';e cf who'ii are still living, have been fopvard^d to ti.e oranci), making up '>ei veeu them a formidable total of yiars. They p.vq -til members of one :'H"ii!y—the vf-Donall family. All were, born within 33 miles oi Syo'i--\ and not a single member has ec.-r travelled uutside Aus tralasia, although one has visited N e w Z j a 1 aud and another Tasmania. Their total ages amount to 816 years, making the average age of each member SL 3-5th years. The age of the eldest member is 93, and that'of the yaungest 70. Such a record would probably be very difficult t...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes DONALD £50 PIGEON MATCH. WON BY DONALDITE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

Sporting Notes DONALD £50 PIGEON MATCH. 'WON BY DONALDITE. A ,£50 Handicap Pigeon Match •was shoe off under the auspices of the Do-iulcLGun Club on Wednes, day. There was a splendid entry' il' " kaights of the trigger' competing,, including some of Victoria's best known shots, each having a double nomination. On the 6th round uine shooters were left ia, who agreed to take out £'i each, Lattral, who was still in on his two nominations,) taking £4. In the 11th round A. Mitchell and A. Lewis (Donald) and Lattral (Mel bourne) had another "cut," taking £5 out of the stake, and shot off for the remaining £15. In the 17th round -Lewis and Lattral fell out, l°hviug Mitchell a winner. About 312 biids were put through. A sweep.-! takes from handicap marks wjs divide! amongst nine shpoters, the b.rds running out.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

WHAT'S THE REASON. There are scores of people who drag out a miserable existence without realising the cause of their snfferiug. Day after day they are racked with backache and head ache; suffer from nervousness, dizziness, weakness, langour de pression. Perhaps the kidneys have fallen behind in their work of filtering the blood, and that may be the root of the trouble. Look to your kidueys, asssist them in their work, give them the help they need. You cau. use no more highly recommended remedy than Doao's Backache Kidney Pills endorsed by people all over the country. Mrs J. Rowe, Dundas street, St. Ariiaud, says For over three years I was a martyr to backache. Sometimes I was much worse than others, but I was always conscious of the'painr even at the best of times, There was a dreadful cut ting agony in ■th'? small of the back that also made itself felt in the shoulders and . in the loins. . At times it prevented me doing my work, and I would be prostrated. Picking up a paper one d...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Mexico 13 Declares War Against America. SUPPOSED GERMAN INFLUENCE. AMERICAN TROOPS CALLED UP. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

Mexico 13 ©olares War i*.§£aiin.sfc i3Lxxaea?i«3a. SUPPOSED GERMAN INFLUENCE. AMERICAN TROOPS CALLED UP-. The Government in Yucatan' Mexico, has declared war on the United States, and has erdered all Americans to leave Mexico. There has been some fighting between the crew of an American gunboat and Carrauzistas at the seaport of Mazat lan. The United States Government has called out the States' militia, numbering 100,000 and 50,000 regu lars. All the troops which the United States is able to spare are now on the Mexican border. There is great excitement through out Mexico against the Americans. The Americau expeditious engaged in chasing bandits have been re called. It is hinted that German influence is at the bottom of the uprising against the United States.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

GOLF. The season was opened- ou the Donald Links oil Weenesday after noon by a mixed foursome, 12 holes Heavy raiu and high wind militated against low scores. Best cards sent in — Dr. Calhoun and Mis. Pitty (hep. 10) 59 nett. Greater portion of entrance fees is to be donated to one of the local patriotic funds.

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Donald Red Cross. ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

Donald Red Cross. • ANNUAL ELECTION OF • OFFICERS. A meeting to receive the balance slieet and elect officers for the ensu ing year was held in the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening. The Secretary (Miss Miller) read a report dealing with the operations of the society during the past 12 months. • Election ok officers. President.—Mrs. Cantwell ; vice Presidents^—Mrs MXean and Mrs Mitchell. Secretary—Miss .Miller, Treasurer and Authorised Collector —Miss Meyer. General Committer. Mrs C..1VSmith, Mrs Beckham, Mrs Howard, Mrs." G. 'IiIeyer, "Mrs Lamplough, Mrs ' I^ewis, Mrs Moore, Mrs M'Dohald, Mrs Broue;hton, Mrs P. M'Pherson, Mrs Schafer, Mrs A.' Basset, and Misses Davison, M. Pope, and Car roll (by request). " , Rkd Cross Art Union; We have been requested to state that the prizes donated.for the' re cent art union were the gifts of the following ladies and gentlemen.— [ Picture—Miss Reseigh ; Table Cen tre—Mrs A. Mitchell; Cusion— Miss Meyer ; Pen - Painted Sachet aud two Walking Sticks—R...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Markets, STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

The Markets, STOCK SALE. I Messrs..'.Young Bros, report:— We held a special sale of sheep at our Donald yards on Saturday last, June 17, and although bidding was slack and sales rather difficult to make we succeeded in disposing of 2681 sheep at fairlj' sattsfactory prices. The following sales were ef fected ::—Account Mr F. F. Miller, 1238 crossbred weaners and 341 crossbred . weaners. Mr W. J. Wjielan, 311 merino ewes with lambs at foot. Account Mr J D. Gulv'm. 294 crossbred ewe weaners, and 154 crossbred wether weaners. Account Mr A. Griffiths, ITS xbred ewes, 72 comeback wethers, and 40 xbred weaners. Account Messrs Wells Bros., 2 head fat cattle. We have also sold privately account Mr M. . O'Connor, 150 fat xbred wethers. G. Dickeson, 179 xbred ewes. C. McMahon, 40 fat merino wethers. Geo. O'Connor, 1 fat cow.; J. Nicholson, 1 fat cow. E. Blair, 3 fat bullocks. Iy. Belleville, 1 draught mare. We also held a successful clearing sale at Wyche proof - on' account Mr J. G Currie, i...

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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

list of telephone stations and fees. Fee for first Add 3 3 mill. rniii. s. d. s. d. Litchfield . 0 2 0 2 Massey . ; 0 2 0 2 Watchem 0 3; 0 3 Morton Plains 0 4 0 3 Bircliip . 0 c 0 5 Curyo 0 8 0 6 Woomelaug . 1 • 0 . 0 9 l<ascelles 1 3 1 6 Ki'ii.^abulla. . 0 S 0 4 Ouycn 1 10 1 3 St. Ariuuul ,.04 0 0

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With the Australians at Anzac LECTURE BY SIGNALLER TOM SKEVHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

With the Australians at j Anzac • LECTURE BY SIGNALLER j ; TOM SKEVHILL. ' .! m:iiu ■ Signaller Tom Skeyhill, tlie soldier post, deliyertrl his famou- J lectute on the above subject tu a j crowded house at. the St. G-ebf.g< s | Hall, Donald, on'\H£eduesd«»y eve- I ing. As an Australian soldier wlio had taken part in the landing, lie had been asked to tell the story of his own wonderful, experiences to his owl people. It was a story that they would be proud to pass on to future generations. O <e tha Donald boys. Lieutenant B.srry, fell , right opposite him. Two man on his left and one on liis r.^ht were killed, aud Lieutenant Batrj' was | wounded near him. Signaller Geo. Wardley, from D'luald, was a teut mate of his. As Signaller Skey hill's report proceeded it was illus trated' by lantern slides, numbering | considerably over 100, depicting tne : actual landing and the life ot the , boys, and what they.saw from Aus i tralia to the Peninsula. The effect of these...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Keau a Co. Coaclibuilders). New and Up-to.date Premises now open. Spacious Dining-room. up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Batbs. Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best. Tariff Moderate. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCH BURN, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD j At the request of several of our sub- j $crl£ers. we again publish the full list on ^Subscribers and the public generally trould do well to cut the list out and keep for reference. « t. L. Bales, Baker, W ood Streot. 13 Basset & Son, Commission Agents ; and Private Kcsulencc. | 55 C. H. ftasset & Sons, Woods Street. 68 A S. Blundv, Builder, Woods Street", and Private Residence, Woods St. ♦9 J H. Boldec, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Banyenn Hd. atf P. Bourke, Parmer. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson. Jew-pliers. 56 W. Cox, Etsidenee, Houst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

AMHKE IiHAJJS. The. old-time liurso or mothor believed that a string of amber beads tied around the baby's neek would protect the cliild from sore throat. The woman of to-day eharuis away tlio ijaby's cough or sore throat u-illi ]>r. Sheldon's New Diswery for Coughs and Colds, the medicine that is safe and sure, l'rice, Is fid and 3s. ; Obtainable everywhoie. The Petoue Woollen Mills Union, 1 Wellington, N.Z., has been fined i ^50 for haying instigated the mem- < bers to strike iD breach of au award.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 23 June 1916

When you run out of your pres ent stock of iatterpapers, envelopes, memoforms, billheads., or any other Dffice stationery, do not fail getting i quotation from the Timks office, > Donald. If tlie execution of your requirements in the printing line are :ntrusted to that old-established of fice, the work will be executed with :he greatest care and promptitude, i md at reasonable charges. Lightness durability distinguish thes^ ,T-I renowned hats, v.-hich ST ^1 , be worn by cvcrv n, • J Australia, because tw" In specially made to suil severe climatic conditions°Ur FOK QUALITY. W OBLD-J AiiiBD HATS. District Agents—WADDKLL & HIM I ■■ I III I I llil i || || || |(1L C0-, DOSi^'^J wsm KcROSENE 0|! are Ths Strongest, Most ?M,\ B Most Economic Engines on % ju They are specially designed by the actual Makers in Austral-:,, tralian Requirements. They are so simple, soiid, ami -lVeI*l ^ J' 5: long satisfaction is assured without constant duplication of ^ attention. They have no high-s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

)onald P. 3Rd A- Society. jl MEETING of the Commictee 1 of the Donald P. and A. Kiely will be held at the Royal korge Hotel 011 Saturday Next, at lalf-past 3 o.rn. C. H. WILSON, Secretary. \ -MEETING of the local board of the Victorian Producers' ^operative Co. will be held at the ioyal George Hotel on Saturday, -oiy lit, at -1 p.m. W.M. SPROAT, Chairman. Donald District Jockey Club. "THM RACK MEETING adver iised for Wednesday, 28tli ®e, lias been abandoned owing to s'a-W. G. Pittv, Secretary. Red Gross Oance. k bANCH in aid of tbe Red Cioss will be beld in St. jtorge's Hat!, Donald, next Wed ffiday evening. 28tb iust. Gents, ■-'■A: Ladies a basket. W. G. PATTERSON. Hon. Secretary. for Bronchial Coughs, take floods'Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 THK E.VXK OF OLD AGE.. Jr.s Aiane if ol<l is constipation. eifeiv people the bswels become »tik and unaWe to perform their func fcoas witliont aid. For this purpose only jwmildest:md gentlest laxative should ™ usd. Tim use of harsh ca...

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Local and General Items [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

iUIC»l .id General Items ,,,O0i:CKRS' Co-oi'ER Victokian I' n .eting of the local ir,vE Car victorian Producers board of theCo. wiH be held at the fSi ^0td 011 L5 George Hoi ■ „ of the committee of ^®eet,!?p and A. Society takes lheD°^d lioval George Hotel on place at i1- / , %0 Sitistday, When 5!!,h'J of no°kie priuclP _4.i-.pr post ni t.ie De U?e 10 f JIricnlture came before priuclP _4.i-.pr post ni t.ie De U?e 10 f IIricnlture came before pjrtiuent«- = A<rrjcuKural Eau S.» »8k eiion it W® dd /300, so that State MinlsU?.. devote his whole SSecdtog. TbeMta » p>V;-teecUing. 1»= Mm ®et0^ vUure states that the ^0fA?InSared to make this Ministry » g the chief pro. in1®;,, , be solved in re Uanstha iug iu Victoria, ^t0 - to breed a wheat that will SSStory results in the dry seas of the State. 'T^Cockin, a member of the u.Uenya tocKiu, French Cabinet. ^ T,.r(1 is aeneral agreement that = /tbe 1 (>lo campaign is KCll5Sht and events point to SteUns in all theatres of the r...

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The Markets BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

s aT produce Ml"-"1' 8 market. «,U.AKAT, sattrfay t„ 5-: Oats.-2/to 2/3; '■ , t0 3/; English ,V4; PoUes,^/5^^: \Vhe;; ! ..--Cap1 iii* & poiterci" Sui 4U/2/6. Bran, -£6/5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

' It is. estimated that at; France is importing oral: war material at the £320,000,000 per annum, 4 exporting goods to the i-f £120,000,000. BABY BOY'S EROXCHITIS i\ T1VELY CURED Bl° f CR SHELDON'S XKir PIOT " My little boy, Willie, had M voay hadlv over siuco bkbi&'l Mrs Cl.'iro Donchus, 9 Surrey Hills, X.S.Vv'. "SH terriblo wheezing, and iviwa^'j his little faco would swell up»3iT would nearly jump out o! tol;4 vouit] shake all over, Uis co^J hard. [ was afraid it would j lungs, it had such a hold of is®1 diflerent ooui^b oaves, but Ik^jj to improve in the least. Sosi* poor litfclo feiloM- could Iianllffl was so tioarse. I was mended to try l)r fcbeldon's •v'l covery, and as it was my !■>=' I got a bottle, and (loses he was quite a <liftoi«!|£^| fixed Iiiiu up iu ho tiaw, oug bottle to completelyI Sheldon's New Discovery isso''l'j and os. Obtainable every trfwifcf The Rainbow A. a ad P--J balance sheet shows receipt"^ ling to .£373 3s Id and exp" I jC-54 Is, ...

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