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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

Woods' Great Peppermiut Cure. For coughs and colds? never fail, 1/6.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCLUDING BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

CONCLUDING BUSINESS. The Convention was engaged on Thursday morning in the selection of officers. It was decided to hold tlie next convention in Bendigo. The following council was elected for the newly-formed co-operative organisation society :— Nessrs. IvI. Burke, J. M'Keuzie (representing co - operative butter factories), P. H. H. Ibbott (co operative distributing companies), W. Kendall M.L.C., D. M'Lennau (Chamber of Agriculture), J. Iiume Cook, 15. Lawford (fruit growers), S. Yates, P. S Smyth, R. Cook (other co-operative societies). The convention adopted all the resolutions submitted by Bendigo, Stawell, Wtmmera, Strathmertou, Charlton, and Sea Lake societies dealt with by the wheat-growing section of the conference. Papers on smut in wheat and fruit pests were read b}' Messrs, Brittlebauk and French respectively. The following resolutions were carried and referred to the execu tive : — By Svvan I-Iill society—That the Government be urged to legalise the marketing control of d...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THIAUMONT WORK CARRIED BY FRENCH. GERMANS REGAIN POSITION BUT AGAIN DRIVEN OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

THIAUMONT WORK CARRIED BY FRENCH. GERMANS REGAIN POSITION \ BUT AGAIN DRIVEN OUT-. )- A Paris communique on Friday saysThere was a desperate struggle all day at Tliiaumont. We carried the Thiaumout.work, | despite the most violent artillery ! fire.. j The Germans attempted to regain I the lost work in the afternoon, and ' succeeded after heavy losses, but j our counter attacks completely' drove them out again.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The WAR. ITALIAN ARMIES MAKE PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

ITALIAN ARMIES MAKE PROGRESS Increasing intensity still marks the artillery fire on the Franco British front. The Germans are bringing up new 1 'iig range guns of heavy calibre. Dssperatc fight ing continues on both hanks of the Meuse, but all German attacks have been repulsed, ground temporarily gained east of Hill 304 having been recovered by tbe French. Italy's armies have leached tbe main line of Austriau defences between the Adige and the Breuta, and_ their offensive is extending to other parts of the front. Six thousand Austrians fell iuto the hands ot' the Russians with the capture of Kolomea. Cannonading of unusual violence and numerous trench raids were continued on Thursday all along tbe British front. Above the general roar occasional outbursts of concentrated artillery from both sides of the trenches can be heard. 'Ihe British used gas and smoke to cover their trench raids at Ypres salient. Many dead Germans who. perished by gas were found in the Teutons' first trenches....

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
People Starving. GERMANS SEIZE ALL FOOD IN CONQUERED AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

Peopl9 Starving. GERMANS SEIZE ALL FOOD IN CONQUERED AREAS. With food riots reported daily in German cities the fate of the inhabitants of the conquered territory, who were robbed of their means of subsistence immediately after tlieir lands were occupied is utterly appalling. The Lithuanian population is 'suffering the pangs of hunger to an indescribable degree. The poorer people have to live on rotten potatoes mixed with flour made from barley and oats. The German authorities took for their armies all supplies in cities, villages, and farm houses, and there was not enough left for the resident popula tion. The* cities are faring worse thau the country towns. In the wake of the dearth of food have followed the unavoidable com panions typhoid and- spotted fever (meuingits), and other contagious and infectious diseases. Recently 7500 Austrian soldiers crossed the Russian lines and surrendered voluntaiily. Even the rations of the soldiers have been cut down As a result discontent preva...

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 — 4 July 1916

BAIXARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALTvARAT, Saturday. Wheat, A/9 to 5/ ; Oats, 2/2 to 2/3. Barley—Cape: 2/9 to 3/; Eng lish, 3/9 to 4/3. Potatoes—Prime Carmeus, ,£6/5/ to £6/10; Snow flakes, £ 5/15/ to £6. Hay— Sheaves, ^2/5; manger, £2/10/, Flour £11/2/6. Brail, £5/5. Pol lard—£6/5.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

approximately 2000 medals have tissued at the drill hall, Sturt st, South Melbourne, to rejected -tateers for the Australian Ira ki Force. SELDOM TROUBLED 2-telain'c Cou^ii Remedy is not :» certain euro for croup but will tilt attack ii given as soon as Ecpycou^'h appears. In thousands :Ees it is on hand for instant use B to croupy caii^h appears. These K are sddom troubled with croup fe attack is warded off by the prompt : o' this remedy. Chamberlain's Rsisedy cm ]>n given to the chill as it contains no narcotics. % Hannah Bros. E STATE SAVINGS UAN1C OV VICTORIA., DONMLB. and iNSV'ECriOS OF 1JE" f-iTURs' p.-.ss Books. )&SCAXT to the irovisions of the imiv-i Bank Act 1915, notice ^^ivEiuliat a, , ~ J- iRMSTBOXO, IllspSCtor, "i.teda.1 Auditor, at the oftice of the 1US= fiaiik at Uon'ai.I), for the ff gi inspecting the Pass-Books of <««;, on the ^ti, JuIVi 1916, from ^ 1 lwuM and from 2 p.m. till 3 l^T Otiit-r Of the Commissioners of the ■"wSavingj ulmk of Vi...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Farmers' Convention. NEED FOR CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

Farmers' Convention. NEED FOR CO-OPERATION. More than four hundred delegates from all parts of the State at tended the fourteenth annual con vention of rural producers of Victoria, which was commenced iu Port Fairy last Tuesday. The acting President (Mr. J. B Brewer) oecu° pied the chair. The convention was officially opened by the Gover nor (Sir Arthur Stanley). There were also present the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Hagelthorn), Messrs. Rogers, M.H.R., Kendell and Rees, M.L.C., and Bailey, M.L.A. Sir Arthur Stanley, who was enthusiastically received, dealt prin cipally with the subject of co-opera tion. He said that, although it was not a panacea for all the evils of the body politic, it was an aid to efficiency, in that it eliminated the unessential. He would not say that the middleman could be entirely eliminated. Co - operatiou meant the substitution of one class of middleman for another. The far mer could not act as the salesman of his products. Co-operation, if badly managed...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

Sporting Notes. , ssk-EDd count of the hares fe Donald Plnmpton showed ;there are now between 60 and ii the euclosure. The recent i 2nd fine springlike weather ;greatly improved the coursing ad, and the club officials antici ; fet the " going " this year k better than ever before. sGrand National Hurdle Race, at Flemington on Saturday, won by six lengths by E. lips' Jullunder (10.7), Van ::qii being second and Lord jthird. Betting, 7 to 1 against soid entries have been received fe Richmond Thousand, which xding to present arrangements Its the last ,£1000 trotting event ececidsdunder Mr Wren's man si. The nominations number ad the list includes 15 on behalf fa South Wales owners. New hii Queensland, Tasmania, ' South Australia are repre ss, Included iu the entries is 3 Estelle. -•i Diilon, ivho defeated Frank si st the Baseball Grounds in sgtonPark, U.S.A., was 351b & than his opponent, and he > £t a disadvantage of oin. in Diilon weighed 12.1, and ^boxed and outpointed Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

A LADY TESTIFIES TO THE VALUE OK DK, SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY. '* Some time ago I had to take to my bed with a very bad attack of influenza. I was very fevurish and was shivering I from head to foot," writes Miss A, Taylor, Belmont road, Mosman's Hay, N.S.W. " When my landlady came to uiy room, I folt quite unconscious of what I wan doifig; but she, knowing the good qualities of Or Sheldon's Now Discovery, advised me to try it, and immediately procured a bottle for me. At'for I had taken the second dose, the fever left me, anil I was able to sleep, and next morning I was able to leave my bed, as I felt quite well. Auother time 1 caught cold through sleeping in (lamp sheets, and again Dr Sholdoti's New Dis covery stood mo in good stead, and J saved me from serious illness, I am quite certain tliero is no remedy to equal Dr Sheldon's New Discover}' for coughs and colds. Price, Is 6d and 3s Ob tainable everywhere. " Hitgo," a circus giant, said to be the tallest man in tlje world, flied...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

WANTED. FOX and HARE SKINS WANTED. Best prices given. Fur skins tanned and dyed to order.—Sai.yhou.sk, 91 Victoria street, East Brunswick. To Business Firms If you would like a look at a good provincial news paper in which to adver tise your goods send a post card for a specimen of the "Donald : Times" W. A. Morgan An© fciora ©er» STOCK AND STATION AGENT, LAND / NI) PROPERTY VALUER. I Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The best car in the market at the price. Sales conducted in any part of the State. Rudduck's Veterinary Medicines always 011 hand. From £5 to ^50,000 to loan on broad acres. District. Agent for Patriotic Assurance <'o„ established almost 10U years. Funds .£"3,500,000. Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm, Acci dent.—Insurances at Lowest Rates. Consult mo before receiving present policies elsewhere. SE»EC£AJL< SALE SHEEP AND CATTLE FRIDAY, UULY 7. ENTRIES INVITED. ¥onll« doziness m HBEE MOW That sentence— • Buy vour clot...

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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

Names of the Lads, who are asso ciated with the Donald and adjacent districts, who have helped to defend the British Empire from the Huus. I Allen, R. Allen, A. Allen, H. Abbott, W. Aitkin, S. Adlarn, W. Barrie, J. C. Barber, R. H. Barry, J. Birch, L. Berry, Mark Blair, G. Barnes, W. i Bliss, Theo Bliss, B. Bruce, Roy Barry, Daix Box, A. Bennett, P. Beckham, H. Baird, H. Booley, Jim Belleville, J Belleville, Vin Barber, A. W. Basset, M. Bennett, A. Bailes, Alf Byrne, C. Burge, W. Bray, J. .1. Baird, B. F. Brockenshire, A. Baddock, Don Belleville, A. P. Boucher, Johu Boswell, Cbas Bunwortb, J. Bell, Henrv Baker, J. W. Baddock, Fred Bath, A. P. Burton, Frank Borden, R. Bennett, A. G. Boswell, G. Barber, R. Bickerton, C. Barratt, C. Carlyon, F, Cousins, C. Cossens, R. Clifford, Stan Cannard, H. Cantwell, Jas Clements, J. Coomb, \V. Chapman, A Cruikshank, R. Cruikshank, W. Casey, Jim Cole, F. Cleary, A. Cahir, M. Cavanagh, .T. Clark, Jack Cottingham, A. Cannard, T. Clarke', Leslie Cosgr...

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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

LIST OF TEIvRI'LtONE STATIONS AND FEES. : Fee for first Add 3 3 wilt. mill, s. d. . s. d. Litchfield ... 0 2 0.2 Mnssey ... 0 2 0 2 Watcheni 0 .3 0 3 Morton Plains 0 4 0 3 Iiirchip ... 0 (5. 0 5 Curyo ... OS ,06 Woomelaug ... 10' 09 Lascelles ... 13 16 Kiniiabulla. ... 0 8 0 4 Ouyen ... 1 10 13 St. Arnauil ... 0 4 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 July 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co, CoaohbuilderS). Ke-w and Up-to-date Premises now open. Sl«ciotis Dir.ing-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms. P>""f Light', Hot and- Col-; Batbs. Billiai'ds,- Table A/'-w • •. Attendance, Liquors, all oi tm Best. Tariff Moderate. Qood Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCHBURN, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD At the request of sereral of onr sub eeribers. we again pnblUh the full list on tfaeir behalf, • Subscribers and Hie public generally would do well to cut the list out and keep same for referenefl. 44 J. L. Bales. Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset & Son, t"!.->mtnission Agents ; and Private Residence. 59 C. I'- Basset & Sons, Woods Street. 68 A. H. Blund.v, Builder, Woods Street; and Private Residence, Woods St. 49 J H. B i'dou, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Ranyeiift. Kd. 86 P. Bourke, Firmer. 53 Dr. J. Calhouu. 9 Chcllew and Wilson, Jewllws. 56...

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Europe's Burden of Debt. £800,000 AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Europe's Burden of Debt. ,£800,000 an hour. The burden of debt which the war entails upon Europe is mount ing to such colossal figures thft the imagination cannot measure its pro digi. us proportions by any previous standard, ^5,800,000,000. The war loans of up to the middle of March total .£5,800,000,000. The war ! loans of the Entente reach approxi mately ^4,000.000,000, and those of the Central'Poweis over ^1,800, 000,000. It is estimated that the war is costing about one hundred millions a day, or over ^S00,000 every hour. Of Great Britain's national loans approximately ^500, 000.000 have gone to the Allies. Assuming that the war will last an other year, additional loan of over ^7,000,000,000 will ba required, which will bring the grand total of debts of the belligerent Powers to the astounding total of .£18,400, 000,000, as against ^5,454,600,000 previous to the war. When it is •remembered that each of the Powers prior to the war was seriously per plexed to discover new sources...

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DEMAND FOR AEROPLANES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

DEMAND FOR AERO PLANES. It was disclosed, in the course of a Ministerial . reply to a question in the House of Commons, that there is a tremendous demand from the front for aeroplanes. As many as 24, it was stated, had flown to France in one day. An Amsterdam message states that all the German garrisons in Belgium have been depleted, and are hastily reinforcing the Germans on the. Flemish front, while the remaining troops are ready to leave at a moment's notice.

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2000 PRISONERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

2000 PRISONERS IN ENG LAND. Two thousand German prisoners who were taken iu the great offen sive have arrived in Southampton. They are all seasoned troops.

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ANZACS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

ANZACS IN EGYPT. The Light Horse is doing the finest work east of the Suez Canal, in the most difficult country. The sand is terrible, the heat great, and there if a lack of water. The Anzacs' horses outclass the ordinary camels, but they cannot catch the Turks' white trotting camels. Brigadier General Ryrie does not think that the Turks will attempt an offensive, but they will stub bornly resist any British advance.

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GERMAN SUBMARINE WAR TO BE RENEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

GERMAN SUBMARINE WAR TO BE RENEWED. Germany has decided upon a new and reckless submarine war.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

NOTICE. THE l;ir„'e circulation the "Times" lias attained throughout the Winimera aiul Mallee, and the fact that it provides for its readers the best reports of current events, constitute it the very best medium for advertisers.

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