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BIG MOVE BY FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

BIG MOVE BY FRENCH. Well oil the way to a striking I success, the French, having driven a wedge into the third German line, command the Peronne plateau, and will probably be able "to compel the evacuation of the town itself. Russian troops have broken the first and second lines of the German defences on von Hiudenburg's front south-east of Grodno, captur ing 72 officers, 2700 meu, eleven guns and many machine guns.

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. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

The Donald Tin|eg With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough Timhs. Friday, July 7, 1916. Tin; multiplying proofs of depart mental bungling in connection with the Post Office should incite in the ' Post-master - General "the stern delight that warriors feel in ; meeting foemeu worthy of their steel." Mr. -Webster poses as a reformer. Here is his oppor tunity. He can remedy all the evils to which attention has been drawn, and show his capacity by gaining for his department a reputation for readiness and effici ency. Hitherto he has found no scope for his energies, and has re mained content with peddling sug gestions of economy, useful enough in themselves, but not sufficiently great to win himself an everlasting name. Now the evidences of public dissatisfaction with the department over which be presides are so many that he cannot complain of finding not-hiug to do." The principal fault of the department appears to be a looseness of method. A great un dertaking su...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAVY GERMAN REINFORCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

HEA.W GERMAN REIN FORCEMENTS. Heavy reinforcements are giving weight to-,the German resistence, but the British are making progress between Hebuterne and Bray-sur Somme. Sir Douglas Haig reports that though heavy rains are interfering with the offensive, the number of German prisoners exceeds 5000.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Local and General News, Donald Shirk Council.—The usual monthly meeting of the above takes place next Tuesday. _# Enlistment. Amongst the list of volunteers who eniii-tgd in Mel bourne on Wednesday appear the names of J. G. Wilkinson, Donald, and G. B. Lance, Hamilton. a. z'1'* Euchre Paktv and Dancij.— —A euchre party and dance will be held in the Watchem Hall on Wed nesday, July 12th, in aid of the French Red Csoss, under the auspices of the Watchem Red Cross Society. Thjs entertainment is being held in connection with a special appeal made f?y Lady Stanley. Weather Forecast.—Mr. H. Hunt, Commonwealth Meteorolo gist, stated on Wednesday that one uepression was centred to the west of Victoria, while another was showing up in the Bight. In Vic toria the weather would contiuue unsettled aud showery over the ' southern half of the State for the next two or fhree days. B:jlc;ian Rklii-k Bund.—An anonymous donor has generously presented the local committee with a beautiful rug made from...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The WAR. THE BRITISH ADVANCE. SIGNS OF GERMAN DEMORALISATION. GERMAN DIVISION ALMOST ANNIHILATED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

THE BRITISH ADVANCE. SIGNS OF GERMAN DEMORA LISATION. GERMAN- DIVISION ALMOST • annihilated. The British advance is described as the most gallant feat of the war. | All past exploits have beeu eclipsod, , and the men of the new armies can be halted only by death. ... Signs of German demoralisation arc read in .the surrender to the British near Fricourt of a battalion of Prussian infantry. In a savage counter attack on the Britisii position at Muiitauban, a I German division was almost anni | hilated.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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State Parliament Opens. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

State Parliament Opens. The third session of the 24th Parliament of Victoria was opened on Wednesday. The sessional programme an nounced by His Excellency (Sir Aithur Stanley) contained no sur prises, but he laid stress., on the point that " the buoyancy of the consolidated revenue was indicative of th:? gener.il prosp rity of the State." As soon as His Excellency ar rived in the Council chamber lie summoned the members of the Legislative Assembly to the bar, and read the speech prepared for him by his advisers. In the gal leries and corridors at the back of the members' benches there was a fairly large number of visitors. The Governor's speech sets forth that provision had been made for meeting the expected deficit by the issue of Treasury bonds. Expendi ture of borrowed money on railways and public works generally had been substantially less than the amount approved by Parliament last session. Of the ^452,OU0 ad vanced to farmers last season to enable them to place wheat laud unde...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

The United States Navy depart ment has decided to adopt 16 inch guns as the main armament for the new super-Dreadnoughts California and Tennessee. The California was to be launched this year and, with the Tenuessee, is one of the batch of five super-Dreadnoughts now buitding. These ships are of 32,000 tons displacement, and 21 knots speed. It was originally sup posed that their main armament would consist of twelve 14 inch gnus. For Chronic Chest Complaint, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1 /(,■ He crouched in a doorway, hungry and cold, Homeless and hopeless and sad, I could see at a glance he needed holp; That no friend in the world he had. So I gave him a crown and choice eigur, And advised him strong drink to abjure; I He moaned his need was a hed and a feed' ' And Woods' Great l'opperuiiut; Cure,

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Commonwealth War Loan. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Commonwealth War Loan. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. As a number of enquiries have been received regarding- the -exact terms oil which subscriptions may be made to the present issue of the Commonwealth War Loan, the fol lowing information is given Sub scriptions may be made in terms of the original prospectus dated 1st June, 1916, under which 10 per ceut. of the amount has to, be paid on application, and the balance in four instalments payable 'as fol lows:—15 per cent on the loth August, 1915 ; 20 per cent ou the 15th September, 1916 ; 25 per ceut j on 16th October, 1916 ; 30 per ceut on 15th November, • 1916. Sub j scribers who take up allotments on these terms will receive a full 6 months' interest ou 15th December 1916. Subscriptions may also be made under the Extended Instal meut System according to the Pros pectus ot 20th June, 1916, and in this case 10 per cent lias to be paid on application, aud a further 10 per ceut on or about the 1st of each month from 1st September, 1916, to 1s...

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Coming Events. — SHOWS. Goroke—First week in Sept. Natimuk—Tues., Sep. 12. Donald—Wed., Sept. 13. Hopetoun—Friday, Sep. 15. Beulali—Tues., Sep. 19. Warracknabeal—Friday, Sep. 22. Si. Aruaud—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. . Rupanytip, Wednesday; Oct.-25.' Murtoa, Friday, Oct. 27. HORSE PARADES. Iiorsham—July 3 to 7. Murtoa—Wed., July 26. Minyip—Wed., Aug. 'J. Warracknabeal—Thurs., Aug. 10 Nhill—Wed., Aug. 16. ' Dimboola—Thurs., Aug. 17. I Jeparit—Wed., Aug. 23. Raiubow, Thurs., Aug. 24.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

THEY CANNO T KNOW How are the public to know you have a special line of good thk?L>'s which ought to sell like ripe cherries in so miner unless you adver tise the fact ? THE BEST COUGH REMEDY. When you have a cough 111 at; will no yield to other treatment get a, bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It lias been pronounced "the best made1' and has g. -i n psi-manent relief after oilier remedies had failed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleasant to take and has an established reputation won by its good work. Sold by Hannah Bros. GOOD FOR THE WIIOLU FAMILY Tlic fame of Chamberlain's Cough reme dy is world- wide. It is good for the deep seated cougli of an adult or the croup of children. The same boMJo serves tlie whole family. It is mothers of young children libjii; most appreciate Chamber lain's Oougli Remedy, and it is not easy to persuade them to use any other cough medicine after having seen how prompt and cltY'i:f.tuil it is and that it is pleasant and safe to take. Sold by Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

V l>' O . W &J 9 -itj! Libera! Cash Advances upon ensuing pjp^ S "TZ'7 ^Zf /y^vVV \J \f V AlJLJI»1UL<L. KZk %>' |4 1 M % I i| | I AW and all consignments of Wool vi&vi a n ^ ' IjfyV Grain, and" "—31 mms /m tm £L Q mjg Rf SALES ON COMMISSION. C°- Lm Stores: South Sensingtoia Offices: William Street MELBOURNE i'±-K 7 are very liable to catch cold. They have to {Jo in all weathers— often having to sit in nhool tvifli wet feet. Apart from this, they are always face to face with the risk from infection—especially when epidemics of Vthooping Cough, Tvieaslcs, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about. Metiers of School Boys ar.d Girls however can Be always FREE of ANXIETY it they have a bottle of in the i:ouse, as one dose or this Medicine at the first indication of a "cold" will at once "nip in the Bod" what Biijjht otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Corfc the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Group, Golds on the Chest 7 he REMEDY with ihe REPU...

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Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON Following are the fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuing season:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Coursitig. o FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON following are the fixtures for l^o. 2 cour-ing district for the ensuing s ason :— M :ryb jr-u- h—May 3 and 4, | 2u • 5 a -d 6, July 5 and 6, August1 2 .ind 3, and August .30 and 31. I Kyaetou.—May 6, June 10 and 12 July 15, August 12, September 9. Donald.—Champion meeting, July 18 and 19. Swan Hill.—May 10, June 14 i 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 28, August 16 and 17, September 9. Lake Boga.—May 31, June 28, July 26, August 30. Wycbeproof.—May 3, June 7,, ju;y 5 and 6, August 2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Commonwealth of Australia 4per cent. WAR LOAfM, 1925 AppHcauts toay» if they so disirc, par instalments over an extended period as follows :— £10 per cent, oo application up to let August, 1916, and a further £10 per ccnt- ou or befcro each of the following dates.— Its September, 1910 \tt December, 1916 2nd Oetol*r, 1916 .Vrd January, 1917 lit November, 1916 lat February. 1917 In the case of Subscribers for amounts over £100 a full ve June, 1917, after adjustment, at 4l per cent- per annum lor the extended period. /n the case of Subscriber# /or amount* up to £100 a full yestr'a interest at 4J per cent, will be paid on 30th June, 1917, without any adjustment. Private Investors, Jnstitutiona and Firms arc invued to fubtcribe to the full extent of their financial capacity. Employers are earnestly requested to interest ihejr {>ta/T and help the grand total. Employees and Others are enabled under this proposal to take their ehare of the burden, equally, according to their mean#, with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

DOWALU HOTEL DONALD. (Opfosrte J.T. ftcan * Co. CoachbuiWers). Kew aad Up-to-date Premises now open. SftckKM Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Ught, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Billiards, Table Aec-n^v:--^*,...;. Attendance. T,in Best Tariff Mod. QncA Stabling, Lou- , » Careful Groou.' W. List of ^ r . r-rib . thri- behalf. '.y-i fciei> V •! ->n i ' " and Ptn i sents ; i : I .. - ■ ■- ■ • ' • 11 Jeff.--tt Mot: 1 (•> M. 'V. 48 M"=> V Kr ' ■ . " r ^rf-ei «a' H K- A < - • ' - * B. (». ' "tnploag.- . » .vf--* . '• " • 35 Letvtn 34 Or.* • : ?R V H I- v. 10 U ' . • 51 MVf A V-' •" • - 67 W. J.* » N«-ii, l-.r-- " 38 Methodist P:in='W,.';" (kt:vC->oW-. 21 F.T.Miller. Grsr.'tr. 00 A. Mitchell, I1«ir<1rpf>s< i 38 Vn Mo rewii'' •' 2 Mi* M. E.Mnr,-" . T- -t ffi .- ">'1 I P More Private ■! MM.-1 15 Wi A. Mnrjrmi, AncMmw-e-r. SAD Muir, Li v pry Sin 50 H. G- Nirol. iV.o-i .!*«•• »l 1 Onklev an.! TlinmrwoM. - ■ : 1 J. F. rtafct'.-v nrtr-t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

A LADY TESTIFIES TO THE VALUE OF 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 feverish and was shivering from head to foot," writes Miss A, Taylor, Belmont road, Mosman's Bay, N.S.W. " Wh9u my landlady came to my rooin, I felt quite unconscious of what I was doiug; but she, knowing I the good qualitits of Dr Sheldon's New ] Discovery, advised me to try it, and immediately procured a bottle for me. Affer I had taken the second dose, the fever left me, and I was able to sleep, and next morniug I was able to leave iny bed, as I felt quite well. Another time J caught cold through sleeping in damp sheets, and again Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery stood me in good stead, and saved me from serious illness, I am quite certain there is no remedy to equal Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for coughs and colds. Price, Is 6d and 3s Ob tainable everywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

WANTED, FOX and HARE SKINS WANTED. Best prices given. Fur skins tauned and dyed to order.—Salthouse, 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 Amotions©©^ " STOCK AND STATION AGENT, LAN! • ND PROPERTY VALUER. Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The best car in the market at the price. Sales conducted in any part of the State. Rudduek's Veterinary Medicines always on hand. From j£5 to ,£50,000 to loan on broad acres. District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co., established almost 100 vcars. I'unds .^3,500,000. Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm, Acci dent.—Insurances at Lowest RatSs. Consult me before receiving present policies elsewhere. SPBCXAXi SALE SHEEP AND CATTLE FRIDAY, "JULY 7. ENTRIES INVITED. ! j . J3"«Ly ITo'o.b? I Cloiii'B.es herb MOW That sentence— • Iinv vour clothes 11KKK...

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NO STRIKES AT CANBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

NO STRIKES AT CANBERRA "There are no strikes, brother, and everybody is happy." This was the remark of the Minister for Home.. Affairs,- Mr.O'Maliey, when his attention was *, drawn to a statement that strikes had been frequent at the Federal capital, and particularly so during his regime. " She's going all right," added the Minister. " You can't h,elp a bit of trouble now and then. There may have been a small dissatisfied class of gentlemen who did not like work, and who were always worrying how they can save them selves the trouble of working. They have been transferred to other places where they may find useful occupation. These gentlemen suf fering from intellectual constipation may have originated these reports. Certainly they do not come from the Trades Hal! Christians. They have come, from the "enemies of Labor. The evil of growling usually creates a spirit of antagonism." Mr O' Malley would not discuss Federal capital affairs, because of the Royal Commission which was now in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Wheu you run out of your pres ent stock of letterpapers, envelopes, memoforms, billheads, or any other office stationery, do not fail getting a quotation from the Timks office, Donald. If the execution of your requirements in the printing line are entrusted to that old-established of fice, the work will be executed with the greatest care and promptitude, and-at reasonable charges. P * Lot, k: ,(ib^ i ^ Lightness xvhh ^ Mwrability < ^ \ distinguish (hese „> <*£- ( renowned hats, which l ^" ^ \ be worn by cverv °U!d Australia. b^r>„— ,iman & i worn t>v evpr„ ***« ^Australia, because t(i"y V" V--%' sPec.ally macJe "ey are ? severe climatic condife*1' FOR boater^ WORLD-IaMED bats. QUALITY. 2S District Agents-WADDELL & CO., DO^ a®ra Kerosene oil engines ARB lHE Ihey are specially designed by the actual Makers iu AMr„, ""I ti alian Requirements. They are so simple, solid and u»n to -r long satisfaction is assured without constant dui>i;Cal...

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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

UST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. Litehficlil „ 1 Massey Morion 118 Birchip Curyo Woomchiiig Lascelles Kinnabulla. Ouyen St. Aruaud Fee for first Add 3 3 mill. mill. s. d. s. d. - 0- 2 0 2 0 S 0 2 .03 0 3 0 4 0 3 .. 0 G \ 0 5 0 a ... 1 0 0 6 • 0 9 1 10 0 4 0 4 1 3 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 July 1916

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. I For coughs and colds never fail, 1/6.

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