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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 December 1915

Official Game Laws, LIST OF GAME AXD XATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN* VICTORIA UNDER THE SECOND AND THIRL) SCHEDULES TO THE GAME ACT 1890. The Wholo Year. I All Australian 1'iuiiu. (with tho oxcep tioii of snM.-en) in tho National Parka and Public Gardens. Black Cockatoos, Blajj Swan*, White Swans, Black-tailed or Rock-Pebbler Parrot", Rronze-wiuged aud other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, California!! Quail, Cranos (all birds known as Crpnes, such as Herons, Egrets, &c , except the Native Companion or Australian Crane), Cuckoos, Curlews, Wild Doves, Wild Duck and Teal, Emus, Pan-tails, Ibis, Java Turtle Uov»s, Black faced or Maliee Kangaroos, Large Grey Kangaroos, Large Red Kangaroos, King tiahes (all lauds). Larks, Laughing Jack ass, Mnliee Hens, Martins, MopokeB, Opossums, Owls, Swamp or Ground Para keels, Pheasants, Southern Stouo Plover, Robins, Spoonbills, Wrens. Sinco tlio above was gazetted we havo received a communication from tho ' Malice Relief Board informing us ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Lamentable Death. MR. T. A. DODDS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

A Lamentable Death. MR. T. A. DODDS. Ouite a. gloom was cast over Don ald on Wednesday evening, when it became known that Mr T. A. Dodds, manager of the Donald Flour Mills, had passed away sud denly at liis residence in Meyer Street. The late Mr Dodds came to this district about ~0 year.-s ago, and took the management or" the Bircbip Flcur Mills for the late Mr K. Richardson. In 1S9S he assumed ! the management of the Donald mills, which position he held till his lamented death. Mr Dodds was 54 years of age, and was .born and educated at Bac chus Marsh. He was a kind and courteous gentleman, and will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends and ^acquaintances. He leaves a widow, but no family, and to Mrs Dodds we tender our sincere sympathy.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Rees Disappears. UP IN BUFFALO RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Mr. Rees Disappears. UP IN BUFFALO RANGES. Quite a sensation was created in the metropolis on Tuesday, when Thu Argus announced that our esteemed friend, the Hon R. Bloom field Rees, M.L, C., liad mysteriously disappeared. Mr Rees, however, j has turned up once more—and the Melbourne daily has woke up. Mr Rees did not disappear for the pur pose of suicide, but merely went up to the Buffalo Ranges to enjoy the braciug climate. Mr Rees was, na turally, very incensc-d at ihe sensa-1 tional statements made about his holiday, and said he was quite dis gusted with The Argus, which has come to the conclusion that when things are different they are not the samer

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

l&s Catherine McBride was mar If to Captain C. I-,. Fisher at St |fs Church, Hampstead, Eug [V ou 'November 15. Captain ptisuow ou active service with | Royal Field Artillery. Mrs Per formerly resided at St Am Pi sad, like her parents, Sir Peter Jl^dy McBride, is well-known i^^iViuiples arc Nature's effort to S*"' tfi poisons v.-liicii have formed in "W4, Chamberlain's Tablets cleanse • '^Jaiacli, hvor aiul bowels, tbus srl'8» !-'lc Wood and refreshing tlie sirf you feel a now being, Takr j ^'iam^lerlain's Tablets to K f> ^ *radicate tbo poisonous mat Sfati®11 tbtt system and then make a- . Im*« taking one at regular intervals UCvet again bo troubled with j ' S°M by I faunab Bros, Chest Complaints - Peppermint Ctiro

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Huge Irrigation Scheme OPERATIONS NEXT MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

! Huge Irrigation Scheme ITERATIONS NEXT MONTH. Very substantial progress is being taeby the State Rivers and Water feply Commission with its scheme bilesupply of the huge Wimtnera li'tearea of some S.000" square fifes which takes its supply from Ilae Lonsdale and the Wimmera &r. The chairman of the corn son (Mr Cattauach) reports that 'is main supply channels of the f.tmare nearing completion, and clbe in full working operation iu j|2 course of o few weeks. What gaovra as the Donald main channel B»w practically completed as re Si'csthat portion which will supply Ijprea known as Sea Lake, con Bsogof .',500 square milts: and Its anticipated that in January it |pbe possible to water the nuwer ||s branch channels of the Sea Ifi'- system by ibis means. The ifcctions thus inade will also l|it available the volume of water gjgrfseut stored up iu the new Avon Silator at Batyo Catyo Swamp, gpli is roughly estimated at -1,000

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Busy Man's Column. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

The Busy Man's Goiumn, NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE Sunday next will be observed as a Day of Intercession at St George's Church of England, Donald. The Commercial, Union, Colon ial, Victoria, and State Savings Banks, in Donald, will be closed on Saturday and Monday next, Piivate A. E. Allan, of the 14th Battalion, and son of Mr and Mrs R. Allan, of Donald, has returned to duty after an illness at Malta. In a letter to his sister, Mrs H. A. Prider, of Donald, Private Reu baii Weaver states that our soldiers are experiencing an extremely se vere winter on Leninos Isle. After a trying day, with the heat aud dust a little severe, Tuesday ended up with a thunderstorm, ac companied by ligbt rains—mere!}' i sufficient to settle the dust. I Stripping is now general iu the Mount Jeffcott district, and, among others, Messrs Tonkin, Beckham, i Dixon, Coates, and Pearse, are i reported to be reaping good yields, i It is understood that Mr G. II. Perkins, of the Donald branch of the Colonial Bank, will ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sportsman's Paradise GAME AT LAKE BULOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

^Sportsman's Paradise ■5A.UK AT LAKE BULOKK. fie sportsman is assured a good geihis approaching duck season, pi commences iu February, as (t lakes are literally alive with cje; and game to the sportsman liter associated with a good time. 3e stamps and lagoons around :le Buloke are covered with ;.te, giallatorial snipes and rails. it number of ducks ou the Litt'e iiie, ueai Mr Tudor's, and Lake Hoke is truly surprising—the food duck, the mountain duck and s toothsome teals are there in siieds. Iu 18S2 the famous ^legist, the Rev. Father Julian lv ! bison Woods, said lie travelled feg the Murray for many miles, si was never out of sight of large ids of ducks, which literally dar sd the air and water. Well,. SisLake Buloke this year,! The fcs are aiive with game of every fci—will we include snakes ' ? Sans are found ou the sandy sand patches of the streams, and sons, bitterns, spoonbills, ibis, the sjsticswan, shags, pigeons, plo s.galahs, and even the graceful IEigiiU are to be found ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

For Chronic Chest Complaints Wood's Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bush Fire Brigade. OWNERS OF MOTOR CARS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

gush Fire Brigade. AttfNKRS OF MOTOR CARS fbe following owiieis of motor .j,5 have keen requested to place ,j.»ir cars at the disposal of the Do 'Ji Fire Brigade to. convey wor ■L to the scene 'of the bush fiie .jou'ld aa outbreak occur :— 1 .Mr A. E. Basset, Douald, ' j jlr B- M. Basset, Donald, • Mr G. R. Basset, Douald, 4 Mr J. Boldeu, Dojald, pr- J. Calhoun, Douald, jjr Joira Clark, Watcheui, - .Mr William Coates,JLaeu, j jfrJ. 1?. Colbert, Watchem, a Messrs Colbert Bros,.Watchem, Messrs Cruickshank, Douald, . J, Messrs Golding & Lance Donald I ; J[r\v. H. Gray, Duuald, u Mr R. C- Hannah, Douald, yr J. K- Hornsby, Donald, j- jfr \V. 1-1. Lavery, Corack, ■s Dr. W. M. Iyewis, Donald, '• .Mr A. Johnstone, Watchern, I! \fr T. Meagher, Donald, ii Mr F- T- Miller, DoDald, Jfr R. A. Mitchell, Donald, ' ,Ur A. D. Muir, Donald. ! Mr J. T- Pearse, Donald East, :iMr\V. G. Pitty, Donald, j'-jlr A. Iiussell, Lake Buloke, r,.-MrF- M. Scarce, Donald, ? Cr. W. Sproat, Lake Buloke, ?■ Re...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Growth of Donald. NOTES ON THE WIMMERA ARTICLE NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

The Growth ot Donald. NOTES ON THE WIMMERA Article No. II. By Derby Clonard, It can be truthfully said that the potentialities of every district are wrapped up in its soil. All its fu ture progress must be in proportion to its power to sustain a large rural population—ours is- over 3500 souls] —and the position which it is to take among other districts depends upon the value and variety of mar ketable commodities which it can produce. To speak of the Donald soil as being fertile would be to use the mildest of terms. The rich soil to be' fouud near Donald itself is characteristic of the soil generally aiound Watchem, Mouut Jeffcott, Corack. Litchfield. Carron. Massev. and Laen—soii that is capable of producing not solely cereals but all the English and European fruits, Ou almost every farm, and in town gardens, one may see growing iu profusion apples, pears, plums, figs, peaches, apricots, grapes, mulber ries, and other fruits, whilst, among others, Messrs W. A. Morgan, Watts, Bennet...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

OUR BOLL "OE ll.OXOlf The following is a list of tbe heroic soldiers who have enlisted from tbe Doualcl district. Manyofthein are now in Gallipoli or elsewhere in the firing line. We would be glad to in sert the names of those unintention ally omitted. A.—R Allen, H Allen, \V Abbott, A Alien, S Aitkin, W Adlaai. 13—Lieut J C Barrie, R IX Barber, J Barry, L Birch, 3VI Berry, G Blair, W • , - Barnes, T Bliss, R Bruce, D Barry, A Box, P Ber.nett, H J Beckham, H Baird, J Booiev, J Bellevello, A \V Barber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Bailes, C Byrne and AV Burge, J J Bray, BF Baird, A Brockonslilro C—H Cannard, J Cleme.its, W Coombs, . J Cantwell, J Cameron, JTCasoy, ■A Chapman, R Cruikshank, T Colo, A Cleai-y, St Cahir, J ; Cavanagh. J Clark, Jack Clarke. D—C D'AIton, tl Da Melker, J P D'Arcy, O Davey, W Davidson, R Dickie. . R Dillon E—j Egan, J Etheridge, A Eischolt, \V - Eischolt G Evans. F H Floyd, A Foster, N Fielding, J Frealm," J J Faukner, A Fletcher, KM Ferguson, J Fislilock, G—A A ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

BOILS AND CiRHUNCUvS. Boils be^iu us little pimples. If Dr. Sheldon,s Ma^nMic .Liniment is well rubbed in at this time, they will disappear and give you no further trouble. If a boil is developed, blood and matter must be squeezed out, and the wound dressed with Dr. Sheldon's llagniitin Liniment. Per sons suffering from boils should rub the affected thoroughly, twice a day with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, This will prevent the growth ot a whole crop of boils, Pri.'o, Is fid and 3s. Obtainable

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

/dommomvealfbclil; JBank»[ Ihistolia IIIEAl) Ol'i'ICK Sydney &?"■ General Barst^mg Business p^irP0ai CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable rciniuarji:>\i imdo to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign biJIs negotiated arid r.-olicctcd. LKters of credit iasued to any part of the world. Uankin;; ai.d Kx':!ifin£.> i:u3ine=s of every description transacted within the Commomvealth, United Jiiiisdom mid abroad. Curreut account* opened. Interc»t p.iid on fixed depoiits. AdvMjrcs :r.i.le against approved lecunties. Savings BairaEs Department BRANCHES in the chief centrcs and AGENCIES at over Poot Offlco3 Intoreot at «0/ 1255® in Australia Pcr annum O/0 Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE ana INTERNATIONAL Sirinja Bank Facilities L DE.MS'.v jiiuSr, J) Gilfilhiii & Mitchell! Evan Gwynue Bom, L.L.B. Barristers and Solicitors. DONALD Aud at St. Aruaud Commissions for taking Affidavits for High Cou't, Vic., N.SAV. audW.A. Mr William Mitchell, Nota...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1915. THE CALL TO ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

The Doii&Id Time? With which is incorporated the Donated Express and Lands borough Times. Iiditor, Harold A. Prider. Friday, Disckmbkr 31, 1915. THE CALL TO ARMS. The recruiting campaign commen ces in earnest next month, and Don ald is being asked to do her share. It is a month in which Victorians must rally to the flag, for every man is needed. The Empire has at stake all that is most dear to it in this titanic struggle—our glorious heri-! tage is in the balance—and the deciding ground is Europe. Every ounce of strength applied now will the sooner assure victory. At the Dardanelles our brothers have ach ieved glories which will live through the centuries ; glories, the pride of this generation, and for future generations to hold in splendid memory. The horrors of war are far from us—our brothers are keep iug them from us—and the Defence Department is asking others to "make sure that their efforts be not in vain by offering your services at once." We personally do not ask an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

0'-, Mft|fm | ;pi| ff ^igr ::' 4 ^wyLMkmm*w.-. ^Mliiil vJ9 Clffire T'fiT T >rwr' N '«& ■ 8 /a h fi JILUIW. Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Clips, find all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce. 'H sales on commission. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND &-FINANCE C°-LTD K and Prompt ^ %r Careful Valuations, Highest Prices, and Prompt Returns. Stores: South Kensington Offices: Wiliiam Street MELBOURNE CO 00! •■J "a arc verv liable to cat? h nldren ™w.- ""«>■ *•» go in all woalnci3 often having to .«it in wtmof iviili wet I ret. Apart from this, tlisy are always face. to fee nilli the risk from infection—especially when epidemics of IliioRpini) (lough, Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc.. are .ii>oiit. iluilifis ol School Boys and Girls however can be always MiLh tfASMJvTY il thev hare a bottle of imlic house, a? one dose of this Medicine at the first indication of a "cold ' will at once "nip in the W nii*t might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. C...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Local and General News. Xmas week saw the first load of wheat delivered at Maruoo. It was grown by Messrs Hiiies Bros, who are well-kuown in the Swanwater district. Privates A. Fletcher, Vinceut, E. Pearse, R. Moore, and G. Evans, who are attached to the Victorian forces, spent the soldiers' Xmas va cation at Donatf. All are in excel lent health, and are anxious to pro ceed to the front and assist their comrades. Owing to our usual correspon dents having removed from the dis trict, we are anxious to appoint correspondents (ladies or gents) at Laen, Banyena, Avon Plains, Cope Cope, Swanwater, Jeffcott, Massey, Traynor's Lagoon, Litchfield, Car ron, Witchipool, Watchem, and all other places throughout the district. Any persons willing to act, should at once communicate with the Edi» tor, who will supply all the infor mation desired. The Xmas holidays passed off very happily, as, although the weather was a little severe on Xmas Day, on the whole the weather was cool and delightful. Ou ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DEPLORABLE INCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

A DEPLORABLE INCIDENT The action of the returned soldiers, who tarred arid feathered Mr Katz, the instigator of the recent disloyal motion at the Trades Hall, is most deplorable, and a disgrace to the perpetrators. No man, be he soldier or citizen, should be allowed to take the law into bis own hands, and the sooner snch men are punished the better for the whole community. For soldiers to tar and feather a man because he expressed an opinion in public that they did not approve of is not a very valiant achievement. The Empire is at war as a protest against the appeal to force which is a fundamental fact in German ideals of nationhood. And yet some of our own soldiers adopt force, break the law, and ignore the citizen rights of one who had displeased them ! Freedom of speech is essentially the precious possession of a British citizen, and should not be lightly abrogated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

(; IGANTIC CON'SPIRA^ • "i'is :i -jigunliu conspiracy of^L0,1;71^| CoKls against you. 1'oil it with ^l\ ,|s_ don's Now Di-oovery fortoiiglisu'idool Prto. H 6«l an* 3s. Obtainable ever) -.vborc.

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XMAS EVE AT WATCHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

XMAS EVE AT WATCIIEM. 1 On Xtnas live a doll's lair was held in the Mechanics' Institute in aid of the United Red Cross Society. I fu an appropriate address, CrBscti- '■ ard Lavery, J.P., declared the fair : open. There was a large atteii- • dance—which served to show the • patriotic spirit prevailing among; people of Watchetu. The harvest j period is our busiest time, but this j did not check those who were de sirous of assisting our valiant boys, j The itUerior of the hall was daintily j decorated by the ladies with Red j Cross and the Allies'flags. The -! large Xraas tree, the gift of the I President, was the . feature of the j evening. Santa Clans was there in j person, and as he had a glorious lot | of novelties and toys, he received ; ! very little peace frotu the children. ■: Miss Dossie Stubbs had charge of ; the penny dip, and the children kept her right royally busy. The ma jority of the stalls sold ail their foods. • j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Welcome at St Arnaud. TO CONSTABLE WILLCOX [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Welc°VatSt Arnaud. 10 STABLE WlLLmv "At the lccal Police Court cu Wednesday December 22nd, oppor tunity was taken to extend' a wtl come to Senior-Constable Willcox, promoted from Donald io the c'uar«e of the St Arnaud police statiou. Colonel Dunkley extended a wel come on behalf of the bar. Senior Constable Willcox, according to press notices, came with a great reputation from Douald. Mr \V. •Mitchell (of Messrs Gilfillan and Mi; chell) also spoke words of welcome on behalf of the bar. He had ex 1 perience of Senior-Constable Willcox j at the Donald couits, and believed him to be an officer who would do his duty and be fair and reasonable. Mr P. 1-1. V. Elliget, P.M., said he I had known Senior-Constable Will 1 cox for a great many years. From 1 his knowledge of the officer he felt I confident that he would perform his I duties with great credit. Senior ! Constable Willcox suitably ackuow 1 ledge the welcome. He had known one of the pressmen (Mr I-Iickey) for a great tuany years, au...

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