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Meningitis Peril. CASE FROM ST. ARN[?] SERIOUS BUNGLI[?] ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Meningitis Peril! CASE FROM ST. ARXj SERIOUS BUNGLI5 ALLEGED, Iii connection with & recently from meningitis j turned soldier, who rca Melbourne ftnm St. Arc.: alleged (states the "Age" a serious blunder was co: in not treating the case. The facts of the case, a by the local sergeant of p£ that on 22nd June a tear, dier travelling to Melboir. taken eft the train at St. by a police constable. Tie was removed to the district! by cab, and on arrival at'i tutiou he was undressed ad in a ward bv the police Between 9.39 and' 10 a.n! was examined by tso: officers, who, it is alleged, that it was a mental case,: constable was told to taiet away from the hospital. : thereupon removed to t: police station. The so'S here seen by Police Sergei; cox, who formed tli; opr. he was delirious and suffer: some brain disease, ana c diately gave orders that h be conveyed to the ba*: Melbourne. The man s: down by the first avaih'i: and bis case when he rei:: base hospital was fe-;| meningitis. He...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

list of tklkphonk stations and fees. Litchfiuhl Massey YVatclmm Siorton Plains Birciup Curyo Wooinehuifj .. Lascelles KiniialniUa. . Ouyen St. Arnaud Add 3 inin. s. d. 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 5 0 6 0 9 1 6 0 4 1 3 0 0 Fee for first 3 min. s. d. 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 6 0 S 1 0 . I 3 OH 1 10 0 4

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Abundant Rains. SEASON'S PROSPECTS EXCELLENT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Abundant Rains. SEASON'S PROSPECTS EXCELLENT. . ' ("Mowing repoi ts of nbund.ujtmins practically throughout ihe length and breadth of the cou:iueni: -ire daily reaching the Commonwealth meteorologist, Mr. Hunt. Since the end of May seasonable rains of a ^penetrating* character have fallen, greatly influencing the growth of grass and young crops. Mr Hunt stated on Friday last that the latest downfall had spread over the great wheat growing belts of Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales and southern Queensland, and in most parts of each State the rainfall to date was considerably above the average. He expected the present rains to continue' for a few days. The northern and western areas of Victoria had been served even better than districts south of the Dividing Range. For years past the prospects for the graiu season had not been so glowing, and there was evsty indication of a bountiful, if not re cord, harvest.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

SELDOM TIIOUBI& Chamberlain's Cough 1!--^ only a certain euro lor oor prevont the attack i! the croupy con«li appears. IE". of homes it is on hand [.!rjJ when the croupy cough nppe---:'* homes are seldom troubl-d for the attack is warded off br:J use of this remedy. Cis-ji Cough Remedy can ti ofcT youngest child as it coDtaina tjjV Sold by Hannah liros.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meningitis. CASE AT SEA LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Meningitis. CASE AT SKA I^AKE. That the general public should be "more acquainted with the symptom's of» meuiugitis was made clear at Sea Lake last week, where a meningitis patient was inhabiting a detached portion of an hotel whilst developing all the symptoms of a serious case. The patient wes Richerd Killeen, aged about 55 years, who was employed about the district as a laborer. Oa Tuesday morning ig he was found almost unconscious, and Dr Greer was summoned. The case was diaguosed. as meningitis and the Wycheproof Council officers and Dr Rail were communicated with. The patient was conveyed to Wycheproof by motor car, ' and admitted to the Wycheproof hospital where he was accommodated in the infectious disease tent in the Hospital ground, and was given injections of serum. This is the third case of meningitis within the Wycheproof Shire, two of which have been accommodated at the Wycheproof hospital.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Movements Blocked. PURCHASES OUTSIDE [?] POOL. VICTORIA GOVERNMEN[?] ACTS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

WheaB5iM purchas,,so?%!! VICT0,iiAiiH Recently the atteatiin r Federal Goverumsu to certain atteraptel mo^I wheat by a number oj J millers. It is staita tis firms secuted a - • quantity ^,1 outside the pool, and ssete>] tc have it conveyed ov|-:,l torian railways to the «:ij shipment overseas, ftj authorities, upon learning intervened, aud prevents! tv!l being placed into refused to canv it ovojL ways. The millets, ttaa^l tested to the Victorias Govs-'J I which decided to support I tude taken up by the ;J authorities. The Govt-1 however, found tbat as >C1 1 stands, it had no power 1 carry the wheat, and fcy-,-1 I to the Federal Gover^l j ensure the safety ot iuQI 1 tiou. The Federal 1 responded and, by ai tive order, drew up a icj._ 1 under the War Precast;?! | which will have the eEfcaj firming the State authority J , Railway Commissioners in yl I ing the carriage of the vfeal I person may now take acfisa-T [the Victorian Gavammstl Railway Commissioners i« 4 to carry wheat wi...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Shocking Occurrence. AN INFANT THROWN FROM A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

A Shocking Occurrence. AN INFANT THROWN FROM A TRAIN. What appears to have been a. cold blooded murder was reported to the police at Willaura ou Friday. On Thursday evening the body of a female infant about six weeks old was found near the railway line between Glenthompson and Dunkeld by a party of line repairers who were returning from work to Glen thompson. The Willaura police were informed the next day, and investigations into the infant's death were begun. From the position of the body and the state it was in the police are of the opinion that it tvas thrown from a passing train. The Criminal Investigation Branch of tbe Russell Street police were informed of the matter, and Super intendent Davidson immediately wired to Superintendent M'Manamy of Ballarat, asking that a detective be sent from there to investigate the supposed murder. Detective Ser geant Rogerson was subsequently sent to the scene, and began liis in quiries on Saturday.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

For Chronic Chest Complaint, Wood's Great Peppermint Curerl/<>

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

CHILBLAINS ? You snll'or 'i Why? Cold weather; bud circulation. Have them every winter ? Can't cure U10111. only endure tlicm. This reasoning is foolish, Kexona will djivo awav your Chilblains. Many who have suffered for yoars, and ondurod agony every winter with resignation, avoiding the good cheor of the fireside, nursing their cracked and bleeding hands ill the coldest quarter of the room, now thank Kexona for Winter comfort. Kexona represents skin health, whether o£ feet, hands, scalp, or body. A. few iuiuiit.es spent at night anointing the fuel with this cool salvo moans foot com fort all next day, Rubbed gently into tiio skin of poor sull'ering hands, a pair of soft loose gloves to protect them, the unsightly chilblains must vanish. The hands neither hurt nor cause you to blush by tljeir nppearanco. Winter work and Winter sports can then bo indulged in without fear of resulting agony, for this should bo the healthiest time of the year, when wo are storing up strength and energ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Donald Rifle Club [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Donald Rifle Club Tbe_. annual .meeting of the above was held on Friday evening last, Mr. J. R. Hornsby in the chair. The secretary reported that the highest aggregate for the season was secured by Mr J Phillips (1142), Captain Sproat being second with 1135. Oakley Handicap aggregate, J. Boldeu and J. Phillips divided, 1222 ; Captain Sproat third 1215. Coates Trophy, Dr. Calhouu. Hannah Trophy, J. Phillips first, L. Bolder, second. V.R.A. Meda.1, S. G. M'Pherson first, Dr Calhoun second. Musketry—W.A. Hearn. Niuteen club members havfe> en listed. Trophies have been promtsed by Mr Cautwell (£2/2);; Mr M'Cracken (£2/2) and Mr Sproat (£2/2). a • A home-and-home match will be shot off during the first week in August. OFFICE BEARERS. The following were elected for the ensuing year :—President, Mr J. R. Hornsby., Captain Mr ,W. Sproat. Vice-Capt, Mr J. Phillips. Treasurer, Mr S. G. M'Pherson. Secretarj', Mr J. Phillips. Auditor, Mr J. Pitty. Handicapper, Mr J. Phillips. Committee—Messr...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Robert Sloan, dcHes?, Harness IVi alien? V; and Importer. . '' '' ■"T?1 'i/^Llj McCuIloch Street. Donald, • Z~s3**~:J Also Napier and Alma Sireets, StfAruaiid. HAS pleasure in announcing that he is commencing business about July 27, and nopcs to receive a lair shaie of public patronage. He b.^-.s t>e. r. established for over 30 years at St. Amaud, and is there fore well known 10 many Donald lesidents. Superior class of all branches S-iddlery and fLunsss will be kept in stock. Collar Lining nil Siuffm.>_H speciality. All work guirmueed. Reasonable prices, i rial Solinu d Winner of over 100 First Prizes at District Shows. for all CITIES and TOWNS of AU3TRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreign placet direct. Foreign billa rupotisted and collected. Letter* of crcdit issued to any part of the world. Bankiifjr and Kxchanjje Ku*$nes» of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest p...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

fy' ■* J-5 # CI/IMC T#TI ijili 1,9111 SALES ON COMMISSION. Careful Valuations, Highest Prices, and Prompt Returns. "-<2S3S12£ AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND C°- Lm Stores: South Kensington , Offices: William Street MELBOURNE ^^3 Q n jh p. < p « 1 Pt are very liable to catch cold. They have to go in all weathers— often having to sit in fchool with wet feet. Apart from this, they are always face to face vritli the risk from infection—especially when epidemics of Whooping Cough, Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about. Mothers of School Boys and Girls however can be always FREE of A.NAlETY if they have a bottle of in the house, as one dose of this Medicine at the first indication cf a "cold" will at once "nip in the bod" what might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Group Colds on the Chest The REMEDY with the REPUTATION. From all CHEMISTS and STORES. W. G. HEARNE & CO. Ltd., GEELONG, VICTORIA,...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Local and General News, The Weather.—The weather during the'past week has been cold j and inclement, and the continuous rainfall has had the effect of making Donald's main street a veritable "slough of despond." Many old residents state tbat the street was never in a worse condition, and the " powers that be " should lose no time in urging the Main Roads Board to put tue wo:k in hand, as there are probably other less urgent works which might be post poned in order to allow of the carry ing out of this most necessary por tion of the Board's programma. The Donald rainfall for July^o date is 110 points, the fall for the past few days being as follows:—July 7th, '20 points; 8th, 46 p.; lJth, ltip ; 10th, 6p. •J;. -.1; ,* a? * * # -i: * Corack Telephone.—In con nection with the. petition of a number of farmers between Wyche proof and Corack East to run private lines fiom -Mr R. Molloy's to their residences, on condition that the postal Department con structed a leg cff line fiotn the Bir...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. REFORMING THE REFORMLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

"rig Qoi|Bii1 Times With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough Timbs. Tuesday, Jui,y 11, 1916. REFORMING THE REFOKMLKSS. Reforming the Civil Service is al leged tp be constantly the object of whatever Government is in- office. The oldest man in Victoria, uor the youngest either, cannot remember a time when reform of the public ser vice was not upon the board. It is re markable, from the view point of the ordinary, quiet-going citizen that so much highly valuable work should be constantly being done by the public service, and yet, if its critics are to be believed, it is in a con stant state of disorganisation. Its clerics and other officials are popu larly supposed to outdo in canni liess the slackness of slow workers lis heads and sub heads of depart ments must necessarily be unSt for their positions, otherwise it were impossible that the public service could-be constantly in a state of in efficiency. Yet when one reflects how regularly and how generally with c...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

LOCK-JAW AND BIjOOD POISONING. Tins dirt of tl>o struct contains tsurHu; that cause lock-jaw and blood poisoning. All danger of either may lio avoided if Chamberlain's I'ain Balm is applied as ■soon as the injury jis received. Chamber lain's i'ain Balm is an antiseptic and destroys tho germs of these diseases. Sold by Hannah Bros. Donald P. arid A. Society AMHKTING of the above will be held at the Royal George Hotel, Donald, on SATURDAY NEXT, at 3.30 p.m. C. H. WILSON, Secretary. AUCTIONEER Government Sworn Valuator • Stock, Station & General Commission Agent . . . DONALD & WATCHEM Telephone : Nu. 19 Agent for WaU'lieui—R. Doaolu/j Sales conducted in any part o£ the Statu Loans negotiated on Leasehold an J Freehold Properties AGENT KOK:— Tbo National Mutual Life Association of Australia Limited The Royal Kire Insurance) Company Strftclian, Murray and Shannon, wool brokors, Melbourne and Geelong Cooper's Shoep Dip Ford Motor Cars State Accident Insurance Company Ua...

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Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Correspondence. (AVs; do not necessarily ilsniify our selvis with the opinions uxprussid by on coriv ipondeuts.) (To thh Editor.) S r.:-r-It is with extreme regret and indignation^ that we hear the loysT.ty of one of our members as pen-ted, one who from the commencc men: of our Red Cross Society has wor ed and helped in every way possible to her-. And we would like to say that we were always taughtvthe proper place for anony mous letters wfis the fire, and we would not be sorry if the writers were to bum their fingers, as they have :n this case instating untruths. The lady who has been maligned iu this instance is Mis. M' Hehir, of Corack Bast. • Thanking you in anticipation. .'Jacobina M'Nab, President Red Cress, Corack East. I^ucy C. Shep herd, Hon. Secretary.

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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 — 11 July 1916

Coursing. FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON Following are .the fixtures for No. 2 coursing district for the ensuing season :— Maryborough.—May .> ana June 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 18 and 19. Swan Hill.—May 10, June 14 and 15, July 12, August 9 aud 10. Kerang.—May 17, June 21, July 19, August 23, September 6. Charlton.—May 27, June 24, July 26, 27 aud 28, August 16 and 17, September 9. Iyake Boga.—May 31, June 28, July 26, August 30. Wycheproof.—May 3, June 7, July 5 and 6, August 2.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Special Cattle Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

Special Cattle Sale. The special monthly cattle sale held by W. A. Morgan, at his yards on.Friday last, was a most success ful one. The yarding was small, on account of the rain. Mr. Pil grim, Cope Cope, and Mrs. James Goldsmith, Corack, faced the rain, aud were well rewarded by the high prices they got for their bullocks, and the reputation of the sale for full Melbourne market prices was maintained. The first pen offered was 12 fine young bullock", on ac. Mr. Pilgrim. Bidding started at ^19, and quickly rose to £21 5s each, Messrs Pollock and Bellett, the local butchers, outstaying all other buyers and securing the pen for local use. The next pen of 8 bullocks were much admired. The prime condition of these bullocks showed they had been Well kept and fed. This lot found a buyer from Mili'.ura, Messrs Crogur and Jeffrey, at £20 10s. The above firm also purchased two trucks of cattle outside that were on their way to the sale, but on aocount of the rain could not get in iu time to b...

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List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD| At the request of several of our sud .rfbS^Tagain publish the full list on ^Kbl« and the public generally wotild do well to cut the list out and keep same for reference. 44 J. i. Bales, Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset x. So", Commission ADents , and Private Residence, w C Basset k Sons, W oods Street. 66 A. s.' Blundy. Builder, Wo°aB Street; and Private Reeid'>ne«, \\ oods St. 49 J H.Boldon, Implement Maker, Woods 8t; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourko, Banvena Kd. P. Bourko, Fanner. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Cbellew and Wilson Jewellers. V» W Cox Kesidenc<\ Houston St. M Rich Avon West, ring 2. 14 Differ & Son, Flour M'" 42 Donald Hotel, ("V\ . DitchburnV 16 Electric Supply Power Hrmae. 26 Gilfillnn k Mitchell, McCulloch^ St. 39 Grand Central Hotel, 19 W. H. Gray Auctioneer, Private Resi denco ; and Salo Yards. &4 J. J. Grewnr, Rich Avon W eat, ring 7. 17 Tbos. Guthrie, Grazier. 54 R. Hampton, Rich Avon West, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 July 1916

ACHING BACK, The bane alike to the housewife and o£ the working man. In some cases, every movement of'the body is accompanied by a sharp, stabbing pain in the small of the back, and in others the pain is dull and continuous, These are symptoms of kidney disease. Arrest its progress by usitvj; Dr Sheldou's Gin Pills, which will act in a surprisingly prompt manner. Price, Is 6d and 2s Od. Obtainable every where. The Socialists in Berlin have pro claimed a general strike and bar ricaded themselves within some factories. The railways have been damaged, impeding the passage of troop trains. It is believed that the much discussed treaty between Japan and Russia has been signed. It is understood that tbe alliance con templates the division of Russian and Japanese spheres of influence in China. It is considered the alliance may involve possibilities of great danger to the United States, inasmuch as it will increase the freedom of Japan and secure Japan's protection in any issue involving in...

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