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Donald Red Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

DonaW R«i Cross. The first monthly business meet j-jjct since the annual meeting' was ''iiepdaj", July II, Mrs jfcLea". Vice-President, in the dsi:- • . f , * fue muiute.s or the previous tiietmg were read and confirmed on the motion of Mrs G- Meyer and Conwy Ifrs Mitchell moved and Mrs, McDonald seconded that the fo], iwiiij,7 accounts be passed for ravffient:— " iGMcI'iierson ... £0 9 4 .MKesu... ... 0 o 7 ,S ,*\VortIev ... 35 ') ](j Koive & Sous ... 1 10 (| Mli Morgan ... 0 4 g Uaimah Bros. ... 10 15 5 Wsddell & Co. ... 23 15 iqj/ Veyer&Co., Melb., on 4 n iieyciK^-, wool... ••• 20 4 0 Making a total of £()2 14s 6}4d. The collector s'.ated she had collected ,£5-1 5s 2d since the pre vious meeting. The treasurer presented her state aent that the credit balance in bank before monthly accounts were paid irasj£l51 13s lid. The statement ivss adopted on the motion of Mrs McDonald and Mrs Lewis. A letter was reaci Irom Madame Leu a Conly's. manager, offering to «...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Federal Income Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

Federal Income Tax. T e <Jr'te for furni.hius? Federal ii-roine tax returns has bteu ame i-.lmost as soon as fixed. ■ I w ts ttce'lly announced that r:turus oi income during the year : 1\>I5 i() mu^t be furnished on or! aboi.U o 1st July, buc last week it was officially stated that the date had j b en extended to 31st August: The reason i-iven is that difficulty is | h i >a experienced in some of the j States m obtaining supplies of forms for the returns. Those taxpayers whose annual balancing periods are on dates which do not permit them to lodge returns by the extended date will be granted further time upon making repre sentations to the department.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News in Brief [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

There ww.s a ber oi fuctori?.- ? ""13 yjar Sher phresd r oil .Vin.idav, Jit August Sir xidivarl 1:1 lu'v V:,: as " Satan'" !•. The Russian' : irie-i-t'Ui. omva-d.. ma. s h a Austrian, In c iure»ce , mere' ami Settlers'" a * 'J New South Wales D3 tion in advocacy of^T .> According to a there are J.SOu.tjuo ally on the eastern k J1*" Russia has sevenu.^. | Turks west of Minor, ij#>. Activity on the \V,j | confined to the artill-;^1 Austria s f-rmies iuSi,,.-1 cia are continuing wards the Carpathian \C Ihere were 457 pt0^ Victoria in 19l5£orali^j of the Foctories Act aa4\| VICtlOQS. lvl The members of the w4 beal Agricultural Suck 1 cided to donate the avi of one acre of next the Red Cross Society " The quantity of'^1 Victoria last year was'W in any year, with oa^" wheu gold was first ^ State. Speakers at the aunuate of the Loyal Orange i^:> Melbourne on VvVmyj;. advocated conscription, H On December 31,19'ii J 146 Victorian wages boni! or authorised, affection 3t| 000 employe...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Local and General News, [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

Local and General News, Mr P. B urke, of Minyip, who during the past fortnight has been seriously ill, suffering from a com plication of pneumonia, pleurisy, and bronchitis, is still, we regret to have to report, in a very low condition. The St Arnaud appeal for the French Red Cross resulted in £W 15s 4d being collected. * * :H A telegram was received in St Arnaud ou Thursday morning an nouncing the death of Mr Crawford, father-in-law of Mr. F. C. Blen cowe, su geon dentist, of St. Arnaud. deceased, w!io was about 84 years of age, was a very oli resident of the metropolis, and was a member of the well kni-wn firm of Crawiord & Co , printers. Farmers' Dki'knck Fund.— A meeting of the abow, c nveiled, by the lion, secretary, Mr G.< ruik shank, will be held at the Royal George Hotel at 3 p.m. on Saturday,' 22nd July. Business important. =vs * , # * * * * The appeal made by the Watchem Red Cross Society on behalf of the French Red Cross resulted in the sum of £11 hein...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

Mi f^Tssfi 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 anv fear about This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne -who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce or' his Magnificent Reput ation on the fad!:'-that' •" HEARNE'S ' BRONCHITIS CURE is eauallv beneficial V g. to young CHILDREN, |fg§£ A\ ® ADULTS and the /M W VERY AGED. ^ ^ f E3S2ESSSSSES ROBERTSON k MOFFAT Sllillil m 1;' m1, twa 'sfcL Miiifi i h YLu* " <g ""J. m** fe||| SiMias LOOSE COVERS <3 Cut in the Latest Style and with Perfect Finish, from Cretonne at lOJd. yard, to fit chair as illustrated, Special Price .. 15/9 The Latest Design In EASY CHAIRS M Upholstered in Art Linen, Ready for Loose Cover, Suitable for Drawing, Sitting, Morning or Bed room, Special Price ... 30. - q Chair and Loose Cove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

CTommonjBanft01 Itetafia HEAD OFFICE - SYDNEY General Banking Business prPnc&ai CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cablt remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placet direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current, accounts opened. Intereat paid on fixed deposits. Advances mode again6t approrcd eocuritien. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in tho chief ccntrea and AGENCIES at over , _ ___ Post Offlcea Intoreat at f/_ ' 255© in Australia P" • Dopooit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL SafinEa Bink Facilitien JAXKS KBr.U Deputy OoT«rnor. Jun€, JPU UESIS<>y iULT.RR, Oartroor 1 ! ■ 1 . -vy-* ■■ ■ .Lyric Pictures. Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As tbe management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

A CONTINUAL ANXIETY. Coughs and colds are an anxiety to ' mothers as chidron rarely get throuph ! the wiuter without thorn. For youni; children a medicine that acts quickly is necessary or croup may devoloD ; it must contain no opiateH and be a medicine the ' children liko. Chamberlain's Cou«h ' Remedy act quickly, contains 110 opiates, : children lilco it and it is everywhere regarded as a certain euro for coughs uolds, croup and whoupinjj cou^ti. Sold by Il.mnah Bros,

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Obituary. RICHARD KILLEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

Obituary. RICHARD KILLEEN. The death occurred at 10 p.m. on the 6th inst., of Richard Killeen, aged 50 years, at the Wycheproof Hospital from meningitis and pneu monia The deceased was a son of the late Michael Killeen, of Jeffeott, whose family was well-known in the the Donald district many years ago. Most of the family are de ceased, and as far as can be ascer tained deceased's only relative is Mrs. Taylor, of Dunolly, to whom the news of the death was communi cated. The remains were interred in the Wycheproof Cemetary on Saturday afternoon.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

LESSENS ITS SEVERITY. W'.iile iiifl'ioiizi seldom results fatally it i- • lie i:i !iiec: cause of many deaths as pnen iioiii-t frcqiuHitlv follows it. We liavi ye'i.i lie vi of influenza resulting in pneir.uonia when Chamberlain's Cough Kemn ly was taken at tho beginning of the Attack. When Chamberlain's Cou^h Bemrrty is tmieii 'the influenza is greatly lessoned in its severity and any tendency tc wards pneumonia is checked. Chamber lain's Oongli Remedy helps restore the system to a healthy condition. Sold by Hannah Bros. Shortage of labor in certain parts of i he State has been causing some concern to the Country Roads B j»rd jot ^orae time past. What ever-may be said in criticism of the response made by thi agricultural Section of the community to the call of the Empire, there can be no di.iiHt. judging bv the board's ex pc ence, that the laborer in the country lias responded nobly. It is no-v extremely difficult to let large coi tracts for road construction works in the country, ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

CHILBLAINS ? You suffer '{ Why ? Cold weather; bad circulation. Have them every winter ? Can't cure them, only endure them. This reasoning is foolish. liexona will drivo away your Chilblains. Many who have suffered for years, and enduroJ agony every winter with resignation, avoiding the good cheer of the fireside, nursing their cracked and bleeding hands in the coldest quarter of the room, now thank Rexona' for Winter comfort. Rexona represents skin health, whether of feet, hands, scalp, or body. A few minutes spout at night anointing tliu feet with this cool salve means toot com fort all next day. Itnbbed gently into the skin of poor suffering hands, a pair of soft loo3e gloves to protect them, the unsightly chilblains must vanish. The hands neither hurt nor cause you to blush by their appearance. Winter work and Winter sports can then be indulged in without fear of resulting agony, for this should be the healthiest time of the year, when we are storing up strength and energy for t...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

SELDOM TROUBLED Chamberlain's Cough Iiemedy is not only a certain cure for croup but will prevent fclie attack if given as soon as the crimpy cou^h appears. In thousands of homes it is on hand for iustant use when th'i croupy cough appears. The;e homes ar.i seldom troubled with croup for the attack is warded off by the prompt use of this remedy. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy can bn giveu to the youngest child as it contains no narcotics. Sold by Hannah liros.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

BAIJ,ARAT PRODUCE MARKET. B a i.t.a rat, Tuesday. V.'hcat, 4/9 ; Oats, 2/2 to 2/3. Basi-y—Cape: 2/9 to 3/ ; Eu: lis! . 3/9 to 4/3. Potatoes—Prime Ca' .-lens, ^ft/15/ to £~j\ Snow flak-. £5/1.5/ to £6. Hay— Sh- ves, £2/5; manger, £2/10/, Fii. •: £11/5. Bran, £5/. Pol Ian; —£o/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

A LADY TESTIFIES TO THE VALUE OF DR 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, Mosmau's Bay, N.S.W. "When my landlady came to my room, I felt quite unconscious of what I wa« doing; but she, knowing the good qualities of Dr Sheldon's Now Discoveiy, 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 morning I was able to leave my bed, as I felt quite woll. Another time I 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 110 remedy to equal Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for coughs and colds. Price, Is 6d and 3s Ob tainable everywhere.

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Impudent German Vagrant SOLICITS ALMS AS A WOUNDED RUSSIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

Impudent German Vagrant * SOLICITS ALMS AS A WOUN DED RUSSIAN. Iu Moama court on Thursday1 Fritz Henreich Jalin, a German, alias Peter Austin, was charged with vagrancy: ; The police stated that accused had enlisted public sympathy by claiming to be a Russian who had fought. against the Germans and 'had had. one of his arms blown off by shell fire. His wife and children, he said, bad been killed by the Huns.. His tales of hardship were so harrowing that iu many cases tears were bought.to the eyes of. his listeners. In tuis way he had obtained food, accommodation, and money. He had also carried with him a docu ment purporting to be a certificate from the Russian consul in Mel bourne, but this had been proved to be false. Accused, who said he "had to make a living and had to do his best," was sent to gaol for six months', with hard labor.

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Sporting Notes. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

Sporting Notes. Rli'XE SaOOTING. The first hboot of iht- y.-nr took place oa Wednesday, 12th ins;., in bet'ut'ful weattier, Mr J. K JiplJen beiiig the spoon winner. Fo'lo\v ng me tae .scores :— 300 500 600 Ecp T •T. H. Bolden 28 ii 3.3 S Ji-2 Cnpt. Sproat 29 31 31 8 99 E. Mill .. ' 2n 3-1 25 10 95 W. I-Ie^rn ... 26 32 25 12 95 J. Paiilips ... 27 3'J 27 8 92 There will lie a spoon cotnpe M'io'i i.u of Wednesday, and a meet ing of the c^mrri ttes o • ill: range re trophy snooting

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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

Names of the Lads, who ;in: nx.so- | i-in*e:i with the'Donald and adjacent j dislricts, who have helped to deiViul ! the British Empire from the Huns. Allen, R. Hague, Tom Ulk'ii, A. Jrvuu, Harry 1 -Vllen, H. JtUH'S, G |Alibi.it, W. Kerr, H ; Aitkin,-S.' ■ ' Keilli, D. Adlam, W. Kofoed, L. Barrie, J. C. Lee, A Bsiher, R. H. Liddle, N. Barry. J. Loft, W Birch, ~C. Laing, J. Berry, Mark Lamplough, 0 Blair, G. Lambert, F. Barnes,. W. Lock,E. Bliss. Theo Locke, Albert Bliss, B. . Leech, Robert Bruce, Roy Lees, Geo Barry, Dan L&rldn, Jim Box, A. Letcher, B. Bennett, P. Lewis, N.: Beckham, H. McDonald,' A. Baird, H. McDonald, G Booley, Jim Mayman, Tom Belleville, J McErvale, I. Belleville, Vin ' Mills,' G A. Barber, A. W. McDonald, D: Basset, M. McDonald, H, Bennett, A. Muir, Leslie Bailes, Alf Muir, N. Byrne, C. Muir, Arthur Burge, W. 'MePberstm,' Bray, J.J. McLung, J Baird, B. F. McCona^hy, L B-ockenshire, A. Moore, A W Baddock, Don Morrison, C Belleville, A. P. McTntyr-e, H Bou...

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Future of the German. EXCLUSION FROM BRITISH EMPIRE URGED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

I Future of the German. I - EXCLUSION FROM BRITISH EMPIRE URGED. In the Free-trade Hall, Man chester, last Wednesday night Sir George Foster, Canadian Minister of Commerce, delivered an address on Empire Trade. Lord Derby, who presided, said it was stupid of the Germans to make war with the object of cap turing Great Britain's trade and wor d-wide influence.. The war was not going to end with the declara tion of peace. Tlie war had waked us up. We were going to keep our birthright, and the trade supre macy we had inherited. If we went the right way about it, we could displace Germaus by our own men and our own colonies. Sir George Foster said the method of procedure in future would be that the Allied nations would make better arrangements among them selves than they made with outside ! countries. As for the Germans, he I would bar them out of the Empire until they repented io sackcloth and ashes, and he would give them a long time for repentance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

.DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Orinositt* J. T. Kean at Co. • Tariff Moderate Good Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCHBURN, Proprietor. last of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD At the request of several of our sub scribers. we again publish the full "st on tiieir behalf. Subscribers and the public generally would do well to cut the list out and keep eame for reference. 44 J. L. Bales. Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset & Son, Commission Agents ; and Private Residence. 59 C. E. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. 6S A. S. Blnndv, Builder, Woods btreet; and Private Residence, Woods St. 49 J. H. Boldefl, Implement Maker, W oods St j and Private Residence. 25 C. Bonrke, Ranyeua Kd. 36 P. Bourke, Farmer. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewellers. 56 W. Cox, Residence, Houston St. _ 54 H. Gumming, Riuh Avon West, ring -. 14 Diflfey & Son, Flour Mill. « Donald Hot*!, (W.pitchburn). 16 Electric Supply Power House. 26 Gilfillan & Mitchell, McCulloch St....

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The Markets. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY. 11TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

The Markets. BAIJ,ARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. . Tuesday. 11th July. Ill head of cattle were penned, •onsisting principally of useful to good descriptions, with a few pens prime, remainder middling and inferior sorts. There was au average attendance of the trade, and throughout the sales competi tion ruled brisk, prices, more es pecially for quality, showing a slight improvement on the ad vanced rates of last week, closing firm. Quotations :— Prime bullocks, £21 10s to ,£23 ; extra to £25 7s bd ; good .£19 to £20 ; useful, £17 to ,£1S ; good cows, £11 to £18 12s 6d ; useful, ^13 10s to ^14 10s. Sheep—1387-yarded. There was a full attendance of the trade, whilst graziers were fairly well tepresented. Prime xb wethers 39/ to 41/; extra 43/ to 45/ ; heavy weights to 57/; good 35/ to 37/; useful 33/ to 34/; prime ewes, 38/ to 40/ ; extra, to 43/ ; good, 33/ to 35/ prime merino wethers, to 3t/l. I^ambs—165 to hand. Prime, 35/ to 39/6; good, 30/ to 33/; useful, 26/ to 28/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 July 1916

0I5MENT 0ONCRETE jgl^OCK /-^ONSXEUCXION. DWELLINGS, Churches, Halls, Sliops, Silos, Sheop Dips, Dairies, Tanks. Any class of building carried out "in the above method. Having my plant in the district, I am prepared to give estimates to anyone intending to build. Cool in Summer, Warm in Winter, Fireproof, Vermin Proof, land cheaper than JBrick or Stone, Plans Prepared. Apply this office, A. COULSON,, Builder Established 1878. THE Trustees Executors and Agency Co. Ltd., 412 COLLINS STREET. MELDOURNE. =■»» the ===» OLDEST and LARGEST Trustee Company in : : : Australasia : r : Acta ao Executor, Trus tae, Administrator and la other Trust eapacitioo. .Trust funds £9,000.000 JflQ. DORROtVMAN. MAttAOSB. FOUDK. A. LANG. ASOT. M»n«atn. W. WILLEY, Local Agon!. Pleasp call or wrlto lor Pozaphlet. ONLY IF You wish to know where you can get your printing done by a reliable firm at honest prices need you be interested in this announcement. IF ONLY You will give your orders to the Times Office you ...

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