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

I ====™s I 1ND)GKST1'>N I is always due to a sloiuaeli which is toy I weak to digest what you tut. It neods | rost: you can't rust il by going without food. That would menu starvation. Jlut Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Xabule.s do tlio stomachic work. In t-Uo meantime tlio tired organ is renaming fresh strength. Before long it will bo as strong as ever. A temporary attack can he cured at once. A case of long standing naturally takes more litno. But the first dose brings relief. You don't, have to diet. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive 'i'abules will digf'st any kind of l wholesomo food. Try thorn for a week, ' and see how much bettor you feel l'rico, Is 6d and 2s 6cl per tin. Obtainahlo evevy- ■ wUoWi |

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Watchem News Budget. RED CROSS DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Watchem News Budget, RED CROSS DOINGS. Mrs W. D. Hart, secretary of the United Red Cross Society, reports that the following goods have been forwarded to Melbourne during the ; month 64 pairs sox, -l<> under- , flannels, 24 pyjama suits, 112 khaki j handkerchiefs, nine pi'lov.- cases, j five knitted scarfs, two pairs mit- j tens, two pairs cuffs, six fracture 1 pads, oue pair^yjama pants : also j 42 tins of fruit, four tius of milk, aud three tins cocoa. The latter were donated by Mesdauies Blair. Sorreil, Boles, Pickering, Belleville, Curtis, J. H. Walder, W. Walder, Walder seur, D. Ross, H. Ross, Carue, E. Hall, V. Walder, Hart, Rankiu, Stubbs, Larnbie, J. Hall, J. Clark, O'Connor, and Misses Darcy, Mary Belleville, Keuuy, and Thomas. Fifty-one sand bags aud one sheep skiu, which have been sent to the Lady Mayoress' League, were donated by Mr Walder, .Miss Cloouan, and Mesdaines J. Hall, D. Ross, Rice, Carne, Sorreil, Hirt, Lavery, Griffiths, and Hasset. Other douati...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Royal Edward's Fate. GUNNER BECKHAM'S STORY [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

The Royal Edward's Fate, GUNNER BECKHAM'S STORY Guuuer Harold Beckham, sou of Mr and Mrs Beckham, of Charlton Road, Donald, has written as under from An/.ac Cove to bis pareuls "I am in the pink of condition ; and safe in God's hands still. The Government may shortly want Dad to come over here as a sapper—to blast rocks and blow up.tunuels, as Dad must now be in training at Mr Sproat's ! When coming over from Alexandria to Lemuos Isle, I saw a dreadful sight—the torpedoing of the Royal Edward in the iKgeau 'Sea. I was on the deck of the Ale nivick Castle- We were steaming along very peacefully, when sud denly a great column of water shot up into the air as high as the mast head of the Royal Edward. Then it slowly got lower astern, and we saw the bows rise in the air until it was perpendicular. It then vanish ed—leaving only a cloud of smoke from .the funnels to mark where she went down. I do not think there was a matron board who was not in a state of terror. The order came, "Below ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Two Ribs Broken. A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Two Ribs Broken. A PAINFUL ACCIDKNT. A severe and p linful accident oc curred on the Lai: 11 road on Monday evening, when a farm laborer, named William Behan, had two ribs broken and his leg severely gashed, by being struck by a motor car. In the presence of Senior-Constable Malioney, the victim informed the representative of this journal, that "he was a married man, his family being residents of Adelaide Lead, Maryborough. He arrived inD.mald on Boxing 13 iy from the latter place uuder engagement <o work for Mr John Adams on that geutleman's farm at Laen- lie left Donald at eight o'clock in the evening', with the intention of walking to his pro spective employment, in the cool of the evening. When on the tliree chain road, about a mile the other side of Mr Chris Burke's, he was struck by the motor, and rendered | unconscious He lay there all night, and regained consciousness at dawn next morning. With great difficulty, because of the pain, he managed to walk back to Mr B...

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

AC7-1 DENT AT LITCHFIELD. Mr C. W. Emonsou met with a severe and painful accident at his farm, "Rosedale," near lyitchfield, ou Tuesday. Mr Emonsou, who is a gentleman of advanced year*, was carting water, and the horses lie come suddenly frightened, aud bol ted. Mr Emonson was thrown oft" the lorry, and knocked down, the wheel passing over the unfortunate gentleman's neck."" He laid in the sun for some time before being found by a child. Dr. W. M. Eewis was summoned, aud, after medical aid had been rendered, Mr Ktnonson was removed to Nurse Hoare's hos pital at Donald On enquiry at Nurse Hoare's 011 Thursday, we learned that Mr Kmousou was pro gressing favorably, though his neck | was severely bruised, and the sin ews strained. I Cr Mcliweii, of the Donald Shire Council, vvas welcomed aad given a seat at Tuesday's meetiug of the Wycheproof Shire" Council. The President expressed pleasure in ! introducing the visiting councillor. Cr. McEweu, in returning thanks, hoped to see some of...

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

NQTSQE HAVING decided to place all uiy accounts in the hands of a collector, I would be obliged if accounts (owing lo me for 12 months or over) would be settled as early as possible. ' A receipt given b5' Miss Annie Olive, Timks Office, will be sufficient. JOHN P. MORGAN. . If your eliihl is bilious, its appetite poor and variable, if it is fretful aud ''natter ing," restless in its seelp, you may be sure that its stomach is out of ordev. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets will quickly fct it right. Sold by Iiamiali Bros.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Donald Methodist Circuit QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Donald Methodist Circuit QUARTERLY, MKUTING. The December quarterly meeting of the Donald Methodist Circuit was held at the Parsonage, Donald, 011 Thursday, December 2o, the Rev. R. O. Cook being iu the chair. Ow ing to its being the busy seasou for farmers, the attention was smaller tlr'u usual. The membership returns showed a small increase for the quarter. The finances, though good, were not sufficient to meet the ex penditure, which was greater than usual. The.meeting expressed sym pathy with the relatives of the late Airs Jus Benuetto, who for over half a century had been a member of the Chinch, and with Mrs Albert I-Iines aud family on the death of Mr I-Iines, who had been not only a member, but also a Trustee of the Swauwater West Chinch. Mr C. J. Sparrow was elected as Senior Circuit Steward for 1916, and Mr Albert Basset as Junior Circuit Steward, air C. R. Basset, the re tiring Steward, who had held office continuously for four years, was thanked for his past services to t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bush Fire at Turriff ENORMOUS DAMAGE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Bash Fire at Turriff ENORMOUS DAMAGE DONE. | A bush lire at Turriff, between Wooiuelaug and Ouyen, ou Tues^ day destroyed wheat and crops val ued at thousands of pounds. The cause of the outbreak is unknown. About 100 people, fought the fire. Mr J. A. Patten lost about 3500 bags of wheat and 4000 acres of standing crop ; Mr J. McArthur about -3500 bags of wheat, which was- heaped in a paddock waiting1 to be winnowed ; and Mr W. G. Coll ins lost about 50 acres of standing crop, estimated to yield live bags to the acte.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire at Corack East. SERIOUS DAMAGE AVERTED [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Fire at Co rack East. SERIOUS DAMAGE AVERTED The first lire of the season occur red at Corack Kast eti Tuesday af ternoon. The outbreak had its ori gin iu Mr Peverill's paddocks, and it is believed that the bearings of the harvester became overheated, and caused the lire. The flames spread rapidly through Messrs J. Barber's, Cook's, and P. Ilarty's properties, and was eveutually checked near Mr Cook's homestead. The flames were about two miles long by a mile wide, aud though there was a strong breeze, strange to say, it was refractory towards the fire—a fortunate occurreuce. The lire destroyed a great deal of stripped stubble, and Mr Harty lost a good deal of line grass, while Mr Peverill had IT bags of wheat slight ly damaged. At Mr Cook's, who also had 10 bags of wheat damaged, the fire was fought around a hay stack, aud kept away from two stacks of wheat. The binder iu Mr Cook's shed caught fire, but the canvas was quickly removed, and the building and machine thereby saved. Ther...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. TENDERS will be received until 12 o'clock on THURSDAY, the 20th January, 1916, for remod elling State School, No. 1-165, Don ald. Deposit .£10, security 5 per cent. Particulars and conditions may be learnt at this office, and at the Police Stations, Donald and Maryborough. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. A. ADAMSON, Commissioner of Public Works. ikanks M<n>iiee. ]VjTR and .AIRS S- W. FIELDING .LtJL and Family desire to tender their sincere and heartfelt thanks to their numerous kind friends and relatives in all parts of the State for | theirlcind expressions of sympathy, ' visits, letters, cards, and telegrams, during their recent sad bereavement in the death of their beloved son and brother Norman. A PANACEA FOR ALL STOMACH TJROU JULES. is found in Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tab uleo, which digest what you cafe and give the weary stomach a mueh needed rest Prico, Is 6d and 2s 6d po<-till. Obtaiiiab evrv where. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

In Memoriam. RENNEY.—In memory of our dear son and brother, Edwin Har- old, who was killed on January 3, 1914, and our dear daughter, Mary   Ann, who died November 22, 1913. Forget you, darling loved ones ? No never, 'Tis sad that we thould part, But death can never sever The links that bind the past. No matter how we cry. No matter how we call, There is nothing left to answer, But their photos on the wall. —Inserted by their loving parents, John and S. A. Renney, brothers and sisters, Massey.  

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[?] Octogenarian's Death MRS. EMILY CAMERON. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

An Octogenarian's Death   MRS. EMILY CAMERON. The death occurred at Woods st, Donald, of Mrs Emily Came- -on at nine o'clock on Wednesday morning. She was 85 years of age, and had been a resident of the Don- ald district for many years. She was born at Glasgow, Scotland, and came to Australia at an early age. Her husband, the late Mr Alexander Cameron, died at Donald some 15 years ago. There was a family of ten, six daughters and four sons, four of them, as follows, are now living:-   Mrs Lawson (Melbourne), Mrs Vin- cent (Donald), Mr William Came- ron (Inspector of Nuisances, Don ald), and Mr James Ewan Cameron (now at the Dardanelles). The funeral took place on Thurs- the obsequies being conducted by the Rev. J. Walker, of the Pres- byterian Church. Mr J. R. Hornsby carried out the funeral arrange ments.

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

■s V Official Game Laws. UST OF GAMK AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA UN DEE THE SECOND AND THIRD SCHEDULES TO THE GAME ACT 1890. The Whole Year. Ail Australian Fauna (with the excep tion of sunkes) in the National Parks and Public Gardens. Black Cockatoos, Blac/t Swan*. White Swans, Black-tailed or Roci-Pebbler 1'arrot', Bronze-winged and other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Califoruian Quail, Cranes (all birds known as Crpnes, auch as Herons, Egrets, &-c., except the Native Companion or Australian Crane), Cuckoos, Curlews, Wild Doves, Wild Duck and Teal, Emus, Fan-tails, Ibis, Java Turtle Dor"s, Black faced or Mallee Kangaroos, Large Grey Kangaroos, Largo Red Kangaroos, King fiahes (all kinds), Larks, Laughing Jack asB, Mallee Hens, Martins, Mopokes, Opossums, Owls, Swamp or Ground Para keels, Pheasants, Southern -Stone Plover, Robins, Spoonbills, Wrens. Since fhe above was gazetted we have received a communication from the .Mallee Relief Board informing us tha...

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Xmas Eve in Donald. RETURN OF GOOD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Xmas Eve in Donald. RKTURN OF GOOD TIMHS, The crowd in Woods Street on Xaias Eve was by far the largest assembled crowd known in Donald for some considerable time— evi dence of the return of good times ! The business premises, as pointed out repeatedly by this journal, were well-decorated with Xmas and sea sonable attire and novelties, and Messrs Waddell & Co., and Wort ley's Mammoth Stores were largely patronised, whilst McPhersou's, La ment's, aud Keau's were kept right royally busy throughout the even ing. Evidently, the success of these firms was assured by the combina tion of excellence aud economy. It was estimated that the crowd ap proached 2,000—if not more—aud a better dressed or more orderly crowd has never been seen in the Wimine ra, or many another part of the State. Senior-Constable Mahoney and Constable Bowden had no occa sion to administer rebukes to the citizens for unseemly and inapprop riate behavior—so much to the cre dit of the town. During the evening th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scenes in Ancient Egypt. PRIVATE SCOTT OBSERVES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 31 December 1915

Scenes in Ancient Egypt. PRIVATK .SCOTT OBSERVES A lady friend has received a let ter from Private A. W. Scott, then camped at Zeitouu, Egypt', in. which he writes :—"We do not know how the war id going ; we know less about it than you do at home. Re gan,. froul Donald, and I are having a great lime, and both enjoy the best of hen 1th. I had a look at Bombay when we were there. It is I a wonderful city, but nevertheless I would not like to live there. The boat called in at Aden, but as we could see the town from the vessel, we did not £0 ashore. There was a British cruiser and two French gun boats were at Aden, and the French escorted us to the Suez. The crui ser was preparing to shell Arabian towns, which the British were en deavoring to capture. There ire .31)0,000 troops at work there, and I we could see their encampment 1 miles up the coast. The camp I am j iu is Zeitoun, and a couple of miles across is Heliopolis. There are miles and miles of tents, all occu pied by Australian ...

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AT THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 January 1916

AT THE DARDANELLES. Mr J. H, Walder, ''Rose Bauk," Watcbem, has received the follow ing letter from Corporal A. C. Wal der, a son of our esteemed citizen— "I am so pleased to bear that you have every prospect of a good har vest. I would give a bit to be over there giving you a hand to take oil the crop, but suppose I am doing my share at the Dardanelles. You feel like taking the risk to.run over and see us ? Well, I think that Anzac Cove will be one of the tourist resorts of the future. I am sure the graves of the Australians and New Zealanders will lie cared for, and that the old trenches, dug outs, and tunnels will he kept in or der by some long-headed joker, who will doubtless provide a few donkeys and nigger5 to carry the goods—and probably the tourists ! The spot where we were relieved was so =teep that empty biscuit tins, clods of dirt from the trenches', and exploded shell cases, would go roll ing down into the gully some 600 feet below. At this particular place we always use...

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Watchem News Budget. XMAS EVE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 January 1916

Watchem News Budget. XMAS IvVE FAIR. The Watchein Red Cross Society held a very enjoyable and profitable fair 011 Xtnas Eve, at Mr E. A. Callander's refreshment rooms. The function was well patronised, and the juvenile section of the commun ity also spent a most enjoyable lime. Unfortui ately, space was rather li mited, and the crowd of elders and children sti uggled with great eager ness to secure the tojjs that were to benefit the boys at the front. _ The magnificent Xtnas tree ventab'y groaned under the weight of toys. Father Xmas arrived per Mr A. Johnson's car which was approp riately decorated for the occasion, and met with aj enthusiastic r-'cep tiou from tbe children, and received very 'ittle quarter from the determ ined onslaught of his young admi rers, until the entire supply of good things was exhausted. His was au ideal personification of the lime-ho nored Santa Claus, and tbe chil dren's highest expectations, as far as he was concerned, were realised. A euchre party was...

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

I For Clitoyic ChesfcComplatnta Wood's Gtfeat Peppermint Qure Anoti©3ffl©er» STOCK AND STATION AGENT, LAND / ND PKOPEETY VALUER, Sales conducted in any part of the State. Rudduek's Veterinary Medicines always oii hand. From £5 to ,£50,000 to loan on broad acres. District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co., estahlisUod almost 100 years. Funds ,£"3,500,000. i Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm, Acci dent.—Insurances at Lowest Rates. Consult mo before receiving present policies elsewhere. Moore's Poultry — Farm Noxt Mr J. Broujjhlon's residence All classes of poultry for sale at reason able prices. Young ducks and chickens from a week old and upwards. Inspection Invited Mrs Lainonf Woods Opposite Miss Preutice's Fruit-shop. I D OI ALB I Wishes to inform - the public that she has returned to Donald with a beautiful range of summer blouse's, ladies underclothing, children's clothing, fancy neckwear, aprons, pillow-slips, calico, towels, &c. Save your...

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Special Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 January 1916

Special Church Serviau£..v Last Sunday was observed ;:rig:it through Australia as a day oPiri^r7 cession, and sei vices were conducted, in common with , other places;;.-at (Donald arid Cope Cope. At1 St. George's Church of BnglaudjTffjon ald, there was only a fair atteii<iai>ce, due hi all probability to the oppres sive weather. The Rev. N. McLean Conducted the service, aud approp riate hymns were rendered •'byfitjie :hoir. In the absence of Miss Edith Scliafer, Miss Daisy Lewis presided it the organ. At the service held at 5t. Matthew's, Cope Cope, a very arge audience greeted the Rev. Mr vIcLean, the congregation including ill sections of the community. Miss tfarcbment presided at the organ. • Special services were held at the JresDyterian Church, Donald, by he Rev. John Walker. The atten !ance was only fair, but an impres ive service was conducted by Mr Valker. Hymns suitable to tbe ccasiou were rendered. The meeting of the Church of England congregation, that shoul...

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

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA £10,000,000 4-h per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 PRICE OF ISSUE, PAR. Tilt: l.S TO l'.K ITlLISF.n FOR \YaR PUIU'OSICS ONLY, and win take Uiv form of >«|},cr STOl'li or TRICASURY IlONI)?, at option of .Subs'-ribcr, Ilolh CAPITAL and INTKUEST will be » CHARGfC on the CON's-OLIiMTfCD KhTKXUE of .he COMMONWKAi;rH. UONIIS and .TIL*y.SFBUS FIUCIC of C Oil M OX \V JC A Mil or STATIC STAMP M'TY a:>d IVTKWCST KHfCIC OF LWOMJC TA„\. STOCKS or.BONDS wi.l be uerep'.ed at Y\\l in pnvtneni of <"'»umior.werdih PKOCATli und ^IXCKSSION r»UTV. .ThcSirx'k is an nulls.rised TRUSTKK JNVK.sTMllNT. TKiCASURV J*ONi« issued in of JE10, £103, :£50D, a;id £1,000, or STOCK INSCItliSEU.in amounts of £iOO au.f mnlnples of £10 <>vcr £100. . .. RISPAYaHLK AT PAR ON i.'iril DlCCICM* ICR. IXTBRKST . PAYAHI.B H ALF-YICaRI.Y. A FULL MIALF VICAR S INTICRICST WILL BE " PAYARL1C ON 1Mb Jt*XK,-l91G.'« INSTALMENTS payable as follows:— £10 per cont. on'application. £15 per c^...

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