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London Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
London Wool Aiarket. The third series of Colonial Wool Sales for the current year which commenced on lltli April closed on the 5th June. Competition was very brisk throughout, aud merinos which opened at 5 per cent advance were keenly sought after. Medium aud inferior sorts of combing length appseciably advanced and at the ISaster adjournment showed a further full 5.per cent advance. At the re sumption of the sales on 2nd lust., prices again advanced, in the case of the better sorts from par to 5 per cent, whilst medium and inferior showed a further appreciation of 10 per cent. Crossbreds too shared in the advance thipugli not to the same extent. They however met a very ready market and withdrawals were light. Alter the interval the pemand continued very strong, with the result that, with the exception of fine half breds which remaiued firm, all sorts appreciated still fur ther to the extent of par to 5 per cent. The number of bales cata logued during the series was 96,731. It is es...
News in Briet. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
News in Brief Total enlistment^ 1st Januaiy, 24,851 ct&lt;i% It is believed that n I(J16 campaign i- arm r''% Desperate Cerm:f JJi. Champagne and front still iseet^JH It is proposed b> ft Mill-owners' AsSOeL,n> flour stocks and outp'°,ntak metropolitan milk „ 13 * day baking fig^. 15? !| ■ It has been decided a shall be no court-martial f14'' tion with the 10SS of ^ 'Hampshire, on cheuer was drowned 1 Although the pre;itW(. Victorian railway revef rt: [passed this year, the J &lt; not be nearly as s»k-t > I anticipated. UbsU,iI^ The Bucharest mrr« I the Italian uewspJfB I lonale" states that Russiag Czernowitz toRoamaniafe' j side with the Allies & D«nng the pSst tt0 ^ population 0 the metropog has increased by 1557, 1 ?S'53e9?°Untry ^ inCre^S Corack Road (statestie tiser ) received a good / the other day when two ■ loaded waggons cut fc through the formation Mr. Richardson, Sum,;. of Agriculture, str0B^ farmers to increase the P of wheat sown per ac...
Sporting Notes. TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
Sporting Notes. TROTTING. The Richmond Trot, of lOOsovs , oue mile aud a half, run oil Monday last, was won by Mr. E. Hannah's ch g Dou Estelle (W. W. Estelle— a Playboy mare), 4 yrs., 50vds. bhd (E. Hannah), G. Ridley's ch h Royal Sovereign, 6yrs., lJ5 yards, being second. The race was won by twelve yards, the time being 3uiin. 45 sec. A section of the crowd present made a hostile demonstration. The gelding, who had previously finished a poor third in the fourth race after starting at forlorn odds, was backed down to second favorite at the eleventh hour for the race which he won. The stewards inquired into the inconsistent form, but accepted the rider's explanation. The owner owner of Don Estelle has volun teered for active service. Expert departmental officers esti mate roughly that the area of wheat sown this year in Victoria is only 70 or 75 per cent, of the acreage put under crop last year. As far as the officers were able to note, the land sown was for the most part well culti...
New Anglican Bishop of Ballarat. ENGLISH CANON CHOSEN [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
New Anglican Bishop of Bailarat. ENGLISH CANON CHOSEN A cable message was received by the Ballarat Anglican Church au thorities on Monday afternoon stat ing that Canon Maxwell Gurnble ton, vicar of Chippenham, England, has accepted the bishopric of Bal larat, in succession to Dr Green, who resigned the se° some months ago. Cauon Gumbleton, who is 44 years of age, will be the third Anglican Bishop of Ballarat (the first being Dr Samuel Thornton-, who returned to England many years ago). The bishop-elect has filled numerous important ecclesias tical and educational appointments in Eugland, and was for^sofne time chaplain to the high sheriff of Wilts His credentials include very complimentary references from the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Bristol, the Bishop of Gloucester, and Bishop Browne (formerly of Stepney and latterly of I the Bristol see). In the last 48-hours, rain-fell generally over Victoria. • The best records were in the Western District, where up to SO points ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
% Liberal Cash Advances fl4ii«de upon ensuing Clips, ©Bid all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Pn'odhice. O s SALES ON COMMISSION. Valuations, Prices, Prompt oyMME. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND MS5£^BBS2JEPifc 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 HEARKS'S BRONCHITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive HW 1 experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ouncc . ,, of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fad; that HEARNE'S ™ S3 to young CHILDREN, M0 A\ || A ADULTS and the 00 eM m VERY AGED. = K&. FOR COUGHS » 5"S!r"» is the Best Farm Engine ECAUSE it J3 always ready for any and every purpose it is the lowest priced Engine offering H 13 Silent and smooth running it is Hopper-cooled, no water tanks required it is fitted with Magneto Ignition it is ...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
! CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. Black lush.—From 1st Septem ber to 15th December in each year (both days inclusive.) Trout of all kinds not indigenous to Victoria.—From the 1st May to the 31st August in each year (both days inclusive). Murray Perch, including so-called Murray Bream and Murray Cod. —From 1st October to .30th Novem ber in eacli year (both days inclu sive). Minimum Lengths and Weights of Fish. Blackfish (except in streams flow ing north from the Great Dividing Range), 4oz.; Murray Cod, l^lbs; Murray Perch, >Soz.; Perch, 5 oz ; English perch, -4oz.; Trout of all kinds, not indigenous to Victoria, 11 in.
Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON [ Following are the fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuing season :— Maryborough.—May 3 and 4, Jane 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.—Champion meeting, July 38 and 19. 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 2S, August lt3 and 17, September 9. Lake Boga.—May 3i, June 28, July 26, August 30. Wycheproof.—May 3, -June 7, Jtfly 5 and 6, August 2. It lias now been definitely decided to hold next Rupanyup show on Friday, October 20: Mtnyip show on Tuesday, Oc£ohei 24; and the Murtoa show on Friday., Qctooer 27.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
Commoi mwltMih Jfiaitkor Sustmlia l!EAl> OFFICE SYDNEY for ail CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON CaWe remittances nude to, and drafts drawn on foreign place* direct. Foreign bills u?potiatcd :ui«t collected. Letter* of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and K*r.han&lt;re Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and ahroad. Current accounte opened Interest paid on fixed deponlta. Advancce made against approved securities. Savings BareEs Department i the chief centres and AGENCIES at i PootOfflcca mtorosi a* «o/ 4/ Mln,rnum 2550 'n Auotralia por an"^'JV '/o 1/ Oopoait and Papua .up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Saviors Bank Facilities JaMKM KKI. Hf|.tt-T OnTWiir June. 1915 DENIS-W MILLBR. Qottnor J) Silllll" Ill rr— Beautiful Bridal Portraits. No Weeding is considered complete without the Bridal Portrait, and no Bridal Portrait is considered satisfactory unless it bears the name of RICHARDS & CO. Th...
The WAR. ACTIVITY ON WEST FRONT. VERDUN STANDS FAST. AUSTRIANS ROUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
The WAR. ACTIVITY ON WEST FRONT. VERDUN STANDS FAST. AUSTRIA.NS ROUTED. ' Attaining a pitch ot intensity and efficiency' hitherto unknown, the Allies' offensive now extends from the North Sea to the Roumanian frontier. Verdun still stands fast, and the struggle for the village of Fieury has had no definite result. Both Russians and Germans are bringing "up reinforcements to strengthen the attacks at Kovel. Berlin claims that General von Xinsingen has made a slight ad vance in the Lutsk region. • Austria'a retreat north of Asiago has become a'precipitous rout. The first of the fleet of mer chant vessels purchased by Mr Hughes will reach Australia for late August loading. Two very successful raids were carried out early on 1 uesday morn ing by the Anzacs, and were the outstanding inci^euts of a day of great activity on the whole front. The raids were carried out simul taneously three miles apart, and completely achieved the desired results. Both parties had extremely slight casualties...
The Northern Territory RICE CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
The Northern Territory RICE CULTIVATION. The Minister for External Affairs lias received an encouraging report from the Administrator of the Nor thern Territory relating to farming prospects in the vicinity of the Daly River;. Dr. Gilruth states that at the experimental farm at this locality horses and cattle are in excelieut condition, while crops of maize, ambercane, cow peas and rice are flourishing. One of the settlers has about 70 acres of rice uuder cultivation, and the crop is strong and well developed. As far as can be judged the grain is equal in quality, to the seed imported from the Java experimental farm. Dr. Gilruth says it is difficult to esti mate the. amount grown per acre, but it is believed it will not be less than 30 bushels. The rice sown was of three varieties, all of which have done well. The owner of this crop is said to be sanguine regarding the future, and expects to sell about ,£400 worth of produce from his farm this year. Considering it is only three year...
Coming Events. SHOWS, [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
Coming Events. SHOWS, Goroke—First week in Sept. I Natimuk—Tues., Sep. 12. Donald—Wed., Sept. 13. Hopetoun—Friday, Sep. 15. Beulah—Tues., Sep. 19. Warracknabeal—Friday, Sep. 22. Si: Arnaud—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. Minyip—Tuesday, October 24. Rupanyup, Wednesday, Oct. 25. Murtoa, Friday, Oct. 27. HORSE PARADES. Horsham—July 3 to 7. Murtoa—Wed., July 26. Miuyip—Wed., Aug. 9. Warracknabeal—Thurs., Aug. 10 Nhill—Wed., Aug. 16. Dimboola—Thurs., Aug. 17. Jeparit—Wed., Aug. 23. Rainbow, Thurs., Aug. 24. Writing to his mother (says the " Mercury") at Coouooer Bridge from Francs, Private N. R Sand erson relates a story of a remark able omen which is said to have happened in Paris. " There is a very old bell in Paris. During the Napoleonic war it fell, and in three months the war was over. The same thing happened daring the Franco Prussian War. and the bell was ag...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY. 27TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
BAI,LARAT LIVK STOCK MARKET. ^ Tuesday, , 27tii Junk. Atthe Ballarat market on Tues day 93 head of cattle were penned, consisting, with tlie exception of about 20 steers and bullocks, of cows of all ages and qualities. Prime bullocks,. £ 19 10s to £20 5s ; useful, £17 10s to ^1S 10s ; good cows, ,£16 to ,£lS7s 6d. Sheep.—Prime crossbred wethers, 3b/ to 40/ ; extra, 42/ to 45/; heavy, 48/ to 55/ ; prime ewes, 36/ to 38/. Lambs.—Prime, 32/ to 35/.
War Census Cards. PROSECUTIONS TO FOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
War Census Cards. PROSECUTIONS TO FOLLOW. A last opportunity to . comply with the law is to be given to those who failed to furnish replies to the war census cards. If this oppor tunity is not taken prosecutions will follow immediately. The Minister of Defence stated recently that the Commonwealth Statistician has now in his possession a return showing the names of those people who had failed to send in their cards. The Government was arranging that these people should receive another card, and they would then be given a certain number of davs in which to send their reply, which would have to be sent direct to the Com monwealth Statistician, instead of to the State War Council. Those who failed to do this after the required time would be prosecuted forthwith under the War Census Act.
War Census Returns. FIT MKN IN AUSTRALIA. TOTAL OF MILITARY AGE, 452,618. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
War Census Returns. FIT MKN IN AUSTRALIA. TOTAL OF MILITARY AGE, 452,618. j A .statement prepared by the Coin- J mouvvealth Government'statisticia-i, ; Mr Knibbs, from the war census j returns shows that in -1 une there | were in Australia 452,61S fit men, J aged from 18 to 44. who had not eulisted for service, or, having en listed, had not gone into camp. The c.implete statement, subdividing the eligible males in Australia, was made available recently by the Minister of Defence The persons furnishing personal cards under the War Census Act were classified in three groups ac cording to health, the classification being based on the replies to the health query furnished on the cards. According to this classification pfersous whose health was stated | as ' good, who had not lost a limb, and who were not blind or deaf, were classed as " fit." Those whose health was stated as '* indif ferent," who had not lost a limb, and were not blind or deaf, were classed as "doubtful," while those wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
WHAT'S TFIli REASON? There are scores of people wlio drag out a miserable existence without realising the cause of their suffering. Day after day they are r icked with backache and headache, suffer from nervousness, dizziness, t'/eakness, langour and depression, i'erhaps the kidneys have fallen 1 ehind in their work of filtering the Mood, and that may be the root of t le trouble. Look to your kidneys, assist them in their work, give them the help they need. You can use no more highly recommended icmedy than Doau's Backache Kidney Pills, endorsed by people all over the country. ^ Mrs J. Rowe, Duudas street, St. Arnaud, 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 pain, even at the best of times. There was a dreadful cut tin^ aronv in the 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...
Watchem United Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
Watchem United Red Cross Society. The secretary of the Watchem United Red Cross Society (Mrs J. Hart) supplies the following report of work done and donations re ceived :— Sent to French Red Gross.—IS flannel undershirts, 14 .'^suits' py jamas, 4] pairs sox, 1 s&rf, 9 face washers, 2 p.iirs cuffs, 7 fracture pads. We also donatedto the French Red Cross Society, and ,£10 to the Belgium Relief Fund Sent to Red Cross Depot.—74 pyjama suits, 52 fracture pads, 1 handkerchief, 2 pairs pyjama pants, 1 pyjama coat, 1 pair slippers, 3 pillows, and a quantity of literature. Sent to Lady Mayoress's Patriotic League.—lo fianuel undershirts, 142 pairs sox, 5 scarves, .5 pairs cuffs. Masters Jim and George Walder | have knitted since Christmas 12 f pairs sox, and Alf. Walder, aged 7 years, 3 scarves and J1 pairs cuffs, for the United Red Cross. Much praise is due to these patriotic little men. Donations —Mrs Carne, 2 pairs sox, 2 pillows ; Miss Doris Beard, I handkerchief; Mrs J. Walder, ...
The Markets BAU,ARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
The Markets BAU,ARAT PRODUCE MARKET. V • • Ballarat. Tuesday. Wheat, 4/9 to 5/; Oats, 2/ to 2/2 for feed, 2/ to 2/3 for milling, and 2/6 to 2/i7 for seed. Barley—Eng lish, 2/9 to 4/; Cape, 2/11. to 3/2; Potatoes, £5/ to £5/10. Hay — Green chaffing £2/2/6, manger £2/5. Flour £11/2/6. Bran, £6/5. Pol-J lard—Jt'5/5. * ■ • j
Soldiers' Letters [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 30 June 1916
Soldiers' Letters The following letter has been received from Private A. Pickering, on active service in France, by Mr. G. L. Pickering, of Watchem : — Just a few lines to let you know I received your letter dated May 20, and was glad to know that you are all well, and that you had finished up with the harvest. I only hope this harvest proves as good, as 2/6 a bushel was not much of a price for the wheat. However, you may get more later on, as there was only a poor harvest in Europe, most of the men being in the firing line. I think the Kaiser has the women in the trenches now. This is the 20th May, and I suppose the boys are busy cropping. It is the middle of spring here, and every thing looks beautiful. By what I can see of farming here, we would call it gardening in Australia. They hoe the wheat with a little machine pushed by hand between the drills. The old men and women are at that caper now. They are working away on their farms within five miles of the front line of trenches ...
Wool Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916
Wool Markets, Messrs. Dennys Lascelb,' report under date Tbarsife' June :—The closing sales # 1015-16 wool season were fc Geelong to-day, when !he Ass Brokers offered cataloguesco? ing in all 1500 bales. Tfeij a good attendance of bays full rates were obtained wools, but burry sorts ivereij readily placed.' There good lines of fleece submittal I bulk of the offering being I tern District crntchings anitj scoured wools. \VesoMfr«c| bred crutchings at 12d. Messrs. Goldsbrougb, MoitJ report, under date 25th June:'! , After an interval of threeuj we submitted a catalogue ofsj 2,650 bales, comprising a p a Queensland mark, an iflS'ijj of a Darling River clip, 50se-l sand bales of scoured togeite'i a few West Australian fffl&T balance being largely of insl laneous description. As with rates ruling in HarchsF for all the best merinos, "ftj but few were submitted, siioff>f I of some 20 per cent, fine j and comebacks 15 to I but scoureds both in rueric' 1 I crossbred did not share...
Promotions in Australian Forces. INJUSTICE TO COMMONWEALTH OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916
Promotions in ^ Forces INJUSTICE TO ohm, WEALTH OFF®0* That a great iujuatice is y ] done to tbe Australian active service is revealed ^ |:;J latest lists of tbe promoiioL^I bave been made to the higher &lt;£1 uiaucis ■ in tbe Australian ljJH tioiiary Force. When officersSI served wi'h success throuo'Q a 0| ; aud difficult campaign and 1 proved that they can lead n=a..!l adapt themselves to theuniqiie^l ditions of modern warfare, it^J be reasonably expected that'1 should reap tkeir reward. But ii so apparent reason this Ks.l appears to be denied to tbem. British Imperial officer is esti^I ing something of a monopoly oj J highest posts in the Auaay Force. A glance at some ol ft staff lists proves without fa,. contradiction that the AustiM officer is not getting a fair cfej iu what after all is "his c show." The men who wi trained and led the AnzacsiJ been iu the vast majority oi el passed over, aud above theirM have been placed British os_ who have no acquaintance j!| Austral...