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Australian Wheal EXTENSIVE SALKTOFL GOVERNMENT. VALUED AT ABOC £2,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Australian Wh;al EXTENSIVE SALKTOFL GOVERNMENT. <VAI,UED AT A30F V A large sa'e ot Au.itnliu {200,000 tons) his be=a a the French Government. E resents 7,466,doo bushels,; round figures a sum apprat ^2.000,000. In making the announces Acting Prime Minister saidr uietits had been made, throe: Hughes, by which the As Wheat Board had sold tofc Government 200,OdO tonsj>' in current rates, to bidets equal parcels, over a ps tweive months. Senator ■ dip not iudicate the precises of the term "curieiitraS it is understood that tte: that each shipment ivilloeF at the price that may nut5 don at the tira^ sued sltif5 delivered.

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 TIMES. TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916. CONSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands bokoogh Times. | ! == I Tuesday, June'27, 1916. CONSCRIPTION. I '■ In avoidance ' of conscription, the State Parliamentary Recruiting Committee has recommended that the power of compulsion in relation to home defence should be, brought into operation. It thinks that in this way a stimulus might be given to voluntary recruiting. But this would be a very round about way of achieving the desired result. Al so it would be a very costly, clumsy and inconvenient method. While the war is. in progress all energy should be concentrated on the simple purpose of extending the assistance ! to Imperial effr.rt which we are able to provide. Australia is not threat ened in her home; qnarters, and her true defence is being made on Euro pean soil, where British Armies are fighting in conjunction with her Allies. It is there we should find representatives, and our duty lies in increasing the strength of our contingents. The calling up of forces ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Belgian Relief Fund dgnald district. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

The Belgian Relief DGNAU) DISTriCt The following persons who have suK-J-'V'S fund since 1st Ju„e there are .any inadvertent'* ' sions the parties intQJ requested to i„form ^ t collectors or the s^reSt* surer to that effect .\u. hot^ made that the list is still ^ additional names, wh^n °iJll|!; will be published : - * ^ Miss M Allau N Alexander i' G Andorson J L Bales J II Bolaeti Miss R. Boom D A C Byrne K T P Byrne Miss li M Brady Mrs Bvonnan B Burke 1? Burke j D Rourke i B Bazeley I Bailey ! J C Beck ley i -Miss Button Miss T> Butler Mr; E Butler \V. Boucliier G Basset Mrs Blackley A Iilimdy M Bourke J Beckham J B'oughtou Mrs Broughton Mrs C Bourke D Cameron F Clarke Rev Cook Hiss IJ Crocker Mrs Collins Miss Connors T E Ccnroy H Costa W H Crone J Calhoun Miss N Gonnellun E T G'rennan Mrs Cannard Mrs Crocker Mrs Conroy W Cameron Mrs Carroll A Chambers Miss IS' Dalton D Dooley •T Dooley Mrs Duncan J Dunne \V Ditchburn C Davison K C L/iiFey L Diffej- and Son j Mrs D Downie J Evans...

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LocaL and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

LocaJ arid General News. i j Lyric Pictures.—One of the best programiiies of pictures was screened by the management of the | Lyric Pictures on Saturday night. Tbe'.star picture was "The mystery o( Mary," one of the Vitagraph Co'a best productions. A fine pathetic drama was " The old high chair." The second series of Salis bury's Wild Lite Film depicted the sardine industiy, commencing with the netting of cue fish, and a JI the "ariuus processes to the final pick ing f> r market. Thecotnic elfc.ueut «ra.q re-presented bv two of the best lauti'ii-producers put on I or some lime, V/,.. "What a picnic " and "The Soap»«u'i iSjtar." Th-.' G-ui mi lit .(Jr-'phic was ,to the fore j with line estiny doings iu c.jjjnec | ti >n with the great war. In th*; c o the pianist, Miss Onicie Wilkinson, Mr Stan. Payne pre sided at tJw piaiw, and proved l.'imsejt' a. musician pf &bj'ity. .«-. *, * 7f. v f- v * 4 ; The WhaVukk —Steady, soak. ing rains have fallen during the past two or thr...

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

For Chronic Chast Complaints Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Donald Red Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Donald Red Cross. A meeting of the Donald Red Cross collecting committee was held on Thursday 22rd iust., and report that the amount of .£84 Os 6d has been received to date, which it was unanimously agreed was to be handed over to the Red Cross Society, togethei with a list of all j promises of monthly contributions Donors and intending donors kindly note that contributions may now be j paid to Miss Meyei, the authorised collector, or to the Shire Hall. The following is a list of contri butors to date weekly aud monthly to the funds of the society:—Misses M ICean, M D Connor, G Schafer, V Latnplough, J Nolan, Uakley, E Oakley, D Lewis, J Han is. - Mes danies Small, L Eishold, M Hoare, Alex Shearer, Tj'son, B Finn, S A Beckham. Messrs S A Lance, W Golding, A Mitchell, D Bourke, H Cherry, S G Hart, C F Smith, F G Anderson, J A MKay, G F Oakley, T R O'Brien, S J Wortley, W R M'Leish, E T Crennan, B Schriever, WCameron, Rev M'Lean C Beckley, G G Weinberg, C W Basset, John Adams, W R Pop...

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Donald Red Cross. REPORT FOR YEAR ENDED! 31ST MAY, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Donald Red Cross. REPORT FOR YEAR ENDED! 3 1st MAY, 1916. I beg to submit ths following i report on the working of the Donald ! Red Cross Society for the year ended 31st May 1916 :— Our Society. W£s formed on 18th June 1915,- when the following officers were elected at a public meeting convened for that purpose : —President, Mrs. W- Sproat;, Vice - Presidents, Mesdames Cook i and McLean; Treasurer, Mrs. Walker; Secretaries, Mrs. C. H. Wilson and Miss Stella Miller • Authorised Collector, Miss L. Meyer. Committee: — Mesdames Meyer, Mitchell, Hannah, McDon ald, Cantwdl, Moore, Wortley, and Miss Hoare Meetings of the workers have been held regularly three times weekly in the Shire Hail, the atten dance averaging 29, while the record was -68. During the year Mr=. Sproat resigned hsr position as President, and the position was filled by Mrs. Cautwell. COLLECTIONS. The total amount of the collec tions was £1007 1'Js 3d, out of which £902 18s lid was, collected by the authorised collector,...

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

CROUP. l-U/ory you"? child is susceptible to crovp.' D.9<i't wait until this dreadful disease attach; yw olle before you preprre for it. It cow.?3 jn tho nitfht v.'limi chemists' shops are usually closed, and this alone should bo a wumjng. (iet aud keep Chamberlain's Ooujjli K» medy on hand. 11 never lulls, acts quickly, aud is absolutely harmless. Sold by Hannah tiros,

Publication Title: Donald Times
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

News in Brief. The Australian casualties _ an nounced to date are officially reported to number 42,282. This season several bee farmers at Lake Lonsdale have made ^300 from their honey. Miss Veronica M'Ervale, of the St. Arnaud Hospital staff, was a successful candidate at the exami nations of the Royal Victorian Trained Nurses' Association, held in May. The' Amsterdam correspondent of the ""Daily Chronicle" reports that the Kaiser is now at Brussels, where he is "awaiting a big military event." <. - The Government of' Greece has presented a Note to the United States, protesting agai st the Allies' interference wiih Greece's maritime trade". A^ similar Note has been presented to the Latin-American lepublics. Mr James Mirams, formerly well known as a member of the Legislative Assembly, died on Wednesday last at Nurse Ross's private hospital, Alexandra, road, Moonee Ponds. The cause of death was pneumonia. A fire occurred in Butcher street, St. Arnaud, on: Tuesday night, a ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The War. Austria's Peril TWO ARMIES IN JEOPARDY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Austria's Peril TWO ARMIES IN JEOPARDY. Extreme peril threatens General von Pfiauzer's Austrian .army in Bukovvina and General. Baltiu's force near Sereth. . • General von Ivinsingenclaims to have made advances against ' the Czar's troops west and south of Lutsk. ' i It is believed that the German ] forces east of Vilnaare inadequate ! to pierce the Russian line. Desperate German attacks in the Champagne and on the Verdun front still meet with repulse, although the enemv claims to have driven hack .three French assaults on Fort Vaux. : Italy Is everywhere maintaining her pressure against the Austrians. Before resigning, M Skouloudis, the Greek Premier, sought in vain to secure Austro-Germau assistance against the Allies. . . v ■ .>. Important movements • of, .B.ul gariau troops are . reported on /the: right bank of the Vardar.

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

The Ocean Grove House, near Queensclifi, contains 70 large rooms —all on the ground floor, in two acres, overlooking the bay. Fami lies or parties of friends can engage suites of rooms. Meals optional. Ideal spot for children. Croquet, tenuis, golf, billiards, and fishing. Terms are strictly moderate. Tele phone or write for particulars to H. Chisholm. —Advt. At a sale of stud horses on Tues day Poseidon, winner of the Mel bourne Cup in 190(i, was passed in at 5U0 guineas. CHILBLAINS. Tlio ciillblstin is a slow inflammation of the skin of the hands or feet, attended with swelling, itching, and burning pains. Weak eirciilutiou of the blood is the principal cause. People with imperfect Llood circulation generally suffer from colJ feet and cold hands, and if tlioy put them into cold water and then near the lire the chilblain will bo formed. If you suffer from cold feet, rub them frequently with iJr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. It will stimulate the circulation, and the chilblain "ill t...

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

Commonu'caltb^b jfenk« Bnstelia ^ HEAD OFFICE ' SYDNEY Genera! Banking Business pMp^i CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON C«b!e-remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placca dirooi. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Lelt-era of credit issued to any part of '..he world. Banking and E^chang* Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, Hnited Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened Intercut paid on fixed deposits. Advance! made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at < 1 h V _____ Post Offices Interest at no, 2550 in Australia Per annum J /, and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savings Hank Facilities JlItfBfl KET.l.. Dfruty OoTernnr. Jum. ]0l> I1F.NJR >N MII.l.KK. Oot Minimum DopOBit 2^v>S3 Beautiful Bridal Portraits. No Wedrling is considered complete without tlie Bridal Portrait, and uo Bridal Portrait is considered satis'actory unless it bears ...

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

<■ VvOULAil mm LSI \J9 Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Cli and all consignments of Wool Grain, and Produce. i.i © If si Mt dti .ferig-/ §^Ei»a©MPMo SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTB AN, MERCANTILE, LAND FINANCE CP- L™ South KenskgfoJi Off Sees: William Street MELBOURNE C< t t VHmnS .IliiOi are very liable Co catch cold. Tl'.cy have to go in ali weathers— *"" ' "" ~ " often haying to sit in ;c':ac! .villi vret feet. Apart from this, tiioy aire always face to face Vfitfi the risk from infection—especially when epidemics of VvliuOijinjJ dough, FJeasics, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., sre about. Matters of School Boys and Girls however can he always FREE of Ali AiliTY if tfiev have a bottle of in the fuuise, as one dose of this Medicine at the first indication of a "cold" will at once "nip in the bud what might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up—the rest will keep. Bronchitis = Cure = For Coughs, Group., Golds on the. .Chest; The, REMEDY wit...

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

NOTICE. rpUIi birge circulation the "Times" lias JL attained throughout the Wimmera and Malice, and tho fact that it provides for ils readers the best reports of current events, constitute it the very best medium for advertisers.

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Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE EASON Following are the fixtures for No. 2 cousing district for the [?]uing [?]:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Coursing. O FIXTURES FOR THE -EASON Fo'l-'wing are the fixtures f-vJJb, 2 rou sing district for the induing Maryborough—May 3 ami +■, Ju: h 5 a-d 6, July 5-nn 6,: August ■ 2 -ltd V an i August <10, <; 3 . K. .. to •—May 6, Ju ■ 0 i <• 12 J ,'.y 5, Avu-usi t-snbe. , i bampi niri-'i.t July . n an • i9. - Swan Hill.—May JO, Ju!e 14 >rtd 15, Ju'yl2, 9 an 10 'Kerrmji.—Mav 17, Jii'"' J1. Ju 1 v 19, August 2-5, ^epKjin>,e'' 6. : - Cb-j.rlton—May, 27, June. ,24. July 26, 27 .Mia 28. Auguw 16- a"<i ?.7, Sepitmbei 9. Lake Boga.—May 31, Jii-e 28, July 26, August 30 Wycheproof.—May o, .'une 7, July 5 and o, August 2. ■

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Coming Events. SHOWS Goroke—First week in Sept. Natimuk—Tiles., Sep. 12. Donald—Wed., Sept. 13. ■' Hopetoun—Friday, Sep. 15. : Beulak—Tues., Sep. 19. V Warracknabeal—Friday, Sep. 22. Si. Arnaud—Wed.; October 4. Horsham—Tburs. and Fri., Oct. 5 aud 6. Nhill—Wed., Oct. 11. ; Dimboola—Friday, Oct. 13. Jeparit—Wednesday, Oct. 18. Rainbow—Friday, Oct. 20. Miuyip—Tuesday, October 24. Rupanyup, Wednesday, Oct. 25. Murtoa, Friday, Oct. 27. . HORSE PARADES. Horshain-r-July 3 to 7. Murtoa—Wed., July 26. Miuyip—Wed., Aug. 9. I Warrackuabeal—Thurs., Aug. 10 Nhill—Wed., ^ug. 16. Dimboola—Thurs., Aug. 17. • Jeparit—Wed.,, Aug.. 23.: Rainbow, Thurs., Aug. 24. > RACES. Donald—Wednesday, 2Sth June.

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Universal Training. ONLY MALES BETWEEN 18 AND 45. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Universal Training'. i ONLY MALES BETWEEN | IS AND 45. A further important declaration has beeu made by the Acting Prime Minister and Minister of De.'ence in reference to the proposal to call up all eligible males in the Common wealth for military training in the citizen forces. He stated that, although under the Defence Act men up to the age of 60 were liable for service, the suggestion discussed by the Cabinet on Wednesday referred only to the calling up of men between the ages of IS and 45. It.was not intended to take into consideration the class of men between the ages of 45 and 60, and Cabinet would only concern itself with the proposal to call up men who came within the first four classes outlined in the Defence Act. The classes referred to by Senator Pearce are as follow :— 1. Men of the age of IS, but under 35 years, who are unmarried or widowers without children. •2. Men of 35, but under 45, un married or widowers without chil dren. • 3. Men of 18, but under 35, who are mar...

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

ITS VALUE DEMOXSTRATEO. Von cannot I)" too careful in buying cou^li medicine for childrou. The oug selected should lie free of opiates ami other narcotic:-;, pleasant to take, and one that nan l'u diinondeil upon. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy uleots all th<>so requirements. I-"ew medicines have met with such success in the treatment of bad wills as Chamberlain's Cough Remody. I.t loosens the cough, relieves tlio lungs, aids expectoration, and restores the sys tem to a healthy condition. Sold by Hannah Bros. KEEP YOOIt BOWELS REGULAR. As everyone knows, tho bowols aro tho sewerage system of the body, and it is of the greatest importance that they move qneo each day. ff your bowelsboconje coijstipated, take a (lose of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supper and they will correct Mm disorder. Thny will keep you healthy by keeping your bowels regular. Bold by Hivnu'tji Bros.

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Ireland. EXCLUSION AGREED TO. ULSTER NATIONALISTS DECIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

Ireland. EXCLUSION AGREED TO. ULSTER NATIONALISTS DECIDE. By 475 votes to 265 the Ulster Nationalists Conference has accepted the proposal of Mr. Lloyd George, Minister for Munitions, for the ex clusion of the Ulster Counties of Autrim, Down, Armagh, London derry, Tyrone, and Permauagh, from the Home Rule ;]Act, leaving Donegal, Moi;agbau, and Cavan under the Irish Parliament.

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THE NEW WHEAT HARVEST. WILL THE WHE A.T BOARD HANDLE IT? [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 27 June 1916

THE NEW WHEAT HARVEST. WILL THE WHE A.T BOARD HANDLE ;IT? : So slow have shipping firms in Sydney been in clearing the wheat which has " arrived at the metro politan railway yards during the last few days that the Railway department has stopped further loading on behalf of three of them in the country. •• The total number of unloaded trucks in the yards has grown from 951- to. 1374 since Monday. Mr Grabauie, Minister of Agri culture, . staged ou Thursday that one of : the principal subjects for discussion by the Wheat Board in Melbourne on . Monday would be the handling of the next harvest. He could- not see how the board could do otherwise than handle the harvest. '

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