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The Empire's Defence A LOCAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 January 1916

The Empire's Defence A LOCAL COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Donald Recruit ing Committee was held at the Shire Iiall on Thursday evening, Decem ber 30th, when Cr. W. Sproat pre sided over a large attendance. It was decided to appoint a confiden tial committee l) open the recruit ing cards at Donald, aud the follow ing gentlemen wee elected Cr. William Sproat (uhaiimau of the Donald Recruiting Committee), Cr. T. W. Cantwell, J.P. (president of the Donald Shire Council), and Mr G. F. Oakley, the well-kuor/n lawy er. Cr. Sproat reported that the cards .vere coming to hand, and at that time over one hundred cards, which would be Immediately atten ded to, had been received. In regard to the necessity of se curing suitable and eloquent speak ers to come to Donald to further the cause, the matter has been left in the bauds of Mr Sproat.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Primary Producer. THE WEATHER AT DONALD [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 January 1916

The Primary Producer. TI!K WEATHER AT DONALD The weather during the week has beeu quite uupleasaut at Donald, and on Monday evening a thunder storm, mild in nature, accompanied by i2 points of rain, helped to clear the air a little. Birchip bad a nice steady fall of 29 points, but St Ar naud and Wycheproof had less than Donald. It is sail tint heavy hail fell near Charlton, but the damage done to tbe crops is not known Monday was .the most oppressive day experienced at Donald for some considerable time. The storm or. Wednesday evening was accompan ied by severe thuuder and vivid lightning, which illuminated the whole countryside. A nice steady rain followed, and, according to the Iocat authority, Mr W. G. Pearse, of the Bank of Victoria, (> points were registered at Donald. We understand that 150 points fell at Charlton, and 100 at Corack.

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

Official Game Laws. 1 TST OF <;\MK AND NATIVE GAME IcHKDULHS TO THE..C4AME ACT '' 1S9°' The Whole Year. XlHu-tnilhin Fsuiiu (with the oxcep C"v cif« "S» ««*»• Cr";r Efestfewasps hNiaSff^ToL 1? T j. -j Kauiraroos, Iving Kan^uoo,, ^ Ke l ^ n ^ aSf'^'w ee Ke«* U-tins, Mopokes. * >, .1- q,,-.1.1111) or Ground Pura Stou. Plover, Robins, Spoonbills, reus. Since fho above was received a communication from the .Malice Relief Board ♦hiit the clo^e season for blac»- taceu u Mallee Vansjarooa has bean Umifce Sst imif of each veav-J—to June. Consequently farmers . step, tV.ey please, from let July to .U = December! to protect their crops from the ravages of these marbupmis. From the 1st of July to lOtli of February Next Following. k<-,i- (••in" clan" Cockatoos, Wild Va.rnied Native Companion* or Au traViUi Cranes, all kinds of Plover (except the Southern Stone Plover or Curlew). From the lat of July to 31bI of March Next. Following. Quail (except California Quail). From...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 January 1916

DON'T RISK YOUR L1FJS. Don't risk your lifo or take chances when you have a cold. Neglected colds often result in pneumonia and consumption. Chronic catarrh, chronic bronchitis, and all throat and lung troubles are reudored more serious by each fresh- attack. Take Chamberlain's Cough "Remedy at the iirst indication of a cold—it counteracts any tendency of its resulting in pneumonia, and leaves the system in silcli a healthy condition that future attacks are avoided. Sold by Hannah Iiros. Corporal Alexander Gillies had a sensational experience in London. He was in a house when it was bombed by aircraft. The place was partially wrecked. Some people in it were killed, and he alone escaped uninjured.' 'Have you anything worth sell ing ? Anything you wish to put to the farmers ? Auy goods, machin ery, &c., to place at the doors' of the townspeople, farmers, and others ? If so, advertise it at once in the Donald Timks, which is rapidly in creasing in circulation. Everyone should k...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Native of St Helena KILLED ON BANYENA ROAD SHOCKING INJURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 January 1916

A Native of St Helena KILLED ON BANYENA ROAD SHOCKING INJURIES. A native of St Helena, named John Rendau, met with painful in juries on Tuesday morning, and the effects of which resulted in his death the same day. It appears that Rendau, who was a colored man, had come into Donald during the holidays, and was believed to have had a goodly sum of money in his possession. He banked about £10, but a couple of days later he   withdrew this amount, being under the influence of liquor the whole time. He was employed by the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission at Rich Avon, and was an excellent worker. On the fate ful morning, Rendau eudeavored to get on the pole of a bullock wag gon, which was being driven along the Banyena road by Mr Maher, of St Arnaud, without the knowledge of the driver. Being under the influence of dritik, Rendau lost his balance, aad fell under the front wheel, which passed over his thigh and legs. Had it not been for the promptitude of Mr Maker, wh...

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

BACKACHE AND KIDNEY TROUBLE •MY KIDNEYS WOULD TEROB, AND SOME NIGHTS-I COULD NOT SLEEP AT ALL." ... "I suffered terribly from rSackache an J Kidney Trouble for about six years, and at ;imes the fain was so.bad that I would jroan with it," writes Mrs II. ljiirnjeister, .2 Channel-Street, Ballarafc'E;;" Vic.. ■ 'At imes my kidueys would throb, for they vere (lie weakest part'of mv body. I was 0 bad at times that I could jiot lie on my ack, and some nights I could not sleep at ,11,: I felt so weak. I tried all kinds of [dvertised remedies, "and pills, but none eeuied to help me iu the least, and I was eallv run down. A kiud friend recorn heuded mo to try Dr Sheldon's.Gin l'iils, (hich f did, and after the .first few doses Ifelt they were going to do me good. 1 ave only taken a small course of them, tid feel excellent, I can sleep well, eat ell, and do my household duties without [bit of trouble or pain, and I feel as happy 1 the days are long." |Dr Sheldon's Gin Pills are sold-at Is Gd...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WHEAT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

THE WHEAT SCHEME. So far Mallee farmers, generally, have not 'derived any benefit under the Government wheat scheme'. Those who had borrowed money to enable them to put in their-crops are being unduly hampered. They are being ordered to deliver all their | wheat to certain agents, and are not i to be paid anything until the money lender gets his full pound of flesh. In many cases farmers are unable to tneet their wages bill, much less to" pay small accounts. -The position is becoming intolerable, and unless the Government itself steps in and sees fair play between all parties concerned, rnauy farmers will be j compelled to accept for their wheat1 just what the exploiters are willing to give them. This surely should be a final lesson to farmers to pay as they go and not borrow money iiinder any'circumstances.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MALLEE SETTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

THE MALLEE SETTLER. There is no class of people (says a Swan Hill correspondent) in the Stfte who deserve a good return this year tnoreso than the strugg ling Mallee settler. In hundreds of instances this is ■ the settlers' first crop for four years. During this term uulucrative pioueeriug and bad seasons have eaten iip his meagre capital. Now that this harvest is assured he will be able to repay the storekeeper, who-has provisioned hiii1 for so long, and perhaps be will get a little for himself also. Without the assistance of the Gov eminent and" the -storekeeper, he probably would not be where he is to-day, and thus Victoria would be Minus a good type of settler.

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. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1916. COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

The Donald- Tinjeg With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough Times. Editor, Harold A. Prider. Tuesday, January 11, 1916. . COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN Everyone has the right to sub scribe all the money they choose to the new Commonwealth war loan, but be it ruauy hundreds or few, or even a modest .£10, the Common- j wealth Government through the agency of the banks and post offices j is ready to receive the application. It is not a favor that is being asked | of the Australian community, but a ( privilege which is beiug offered— that is, a privilege of helping our j men with the munitions and equip ment needed to save their lives, and the further privilege of helping to shorten the war. These are the reasons which will appeal to all who are imbued with the spirit of patriotism more strongly than the pecuniary considerations of the high rate of interest and unquestionable secuiitv, but both the considerations of patriotism and the considerations of financial advantage...

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

VISIONS 01-" WKAI/ni visit us all, ut times, but are not likely to como true witnout fcho good health which will enable us to grasp tlio wealth that continual striving brings. Nothing is so suro to pull ilowu the vitality as the con stant Colds, Coughs, and Catarrh, which alllicl so many people, and nothing will so surely prevent those weakening disoases as Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds, that remarkablo curative modi cines for all disorders of the Nose, Throat," , and Luugs. This new scientific specific is unsurpassed. It will quickly relieve the most obstinate Coughs, the worst cases • of Hoarseness Sore Throat, or Catarrhal discharge from the eyes' or • nose. It is j guaranteed-. Try it. Price Is 6d and 3s Obtainable everywhere. ' Mr W. H. Gray announces that , the next market will I12 held at Watchem 011 January 27th, aud at , J)ona1d on January i'Oth, j

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

Local and General News. Miss Annie O'.ive resumed her duties at the Times Office on Mon day, after having spent a month's enjoyable holiday in Melbourne and elsewhere. . - In connection with the recruit iug campaign, a recruiting sergeant will shortly be appointed to visit the Donald district. This officer will personally visit al! thore young men who- have sent in indefinite answers to ibe war census cards. The district was visited by still another severe thunderstorm on Sa turday evening. The afternoon was sultry and oppressive, but the storm was followed by a much ap preciated cool change. There is reported to be great congestion in the wheat traffic at Williamstown, which consequently affects the country to a considerable extent. We have been informed that no trucks will be permitted to be loaded at Donald until Friday. The death of Mrs Bridget .Mac Guane occurred at Sutherland on Tuesday last. She had been ill for some time. Deceased, who was 66 years of age, was the relict of ...

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

For Chronic Chest Complaint-; 1; Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. a

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The Growth of Donald NOTES ON THE WIMMERA [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

The Growth ot Donald notes on the wimmera The Donald Fire' Brigade has gained a high reputation for effici ency, aud the management have no difficulty in maintaining a full com plement. The brigade possess a commodious station iu McCulloch Street. The captain is Mr J, C. Grant, aud the secretarial duties de volve on Mr W. Willey. Mr A. D. Muir was captain until recently. — Doxaf.d Post Otici-: — The Donald Post Office is a splen did brick building of imposing ap. pearance. It was erected over 20 years ago, and the foundation stone was laid by tlie Right Hon, Alfred Deakin, then a member of the Legislative Assembly, but later the Prime Minister of the Common wealth. The post office is now iu charge of Mr H.. C. Sims, who is assisted by a large and courteous staff. ■— Hotei.s — There are six well-conducted ho tels iu Donald, and the Royal George, of which Mr W. J. Mur ray is proprietor, is one of the best buildings in Donald, and one of the best hotels in the Wimmera. Mr J. Milburu co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RUTHERGLEN FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

THE RUTHERGLEN FLY. , The . Rutherglen fly, which is damaging the fruit crops of Donald aud St Arriaud, is also playing hav oc in the western districts of New South Wales,. and at the Yanco irri gation settlement fruit growers are much agitated about it. The Daii.v Tjvi.kgraph. says "Tobacco or contact insecticide has a certain amount of value in controlling the insects, but smoke fires of straw or rubbish seem to be. the most effici ent means of disturbing the bug when busy feeding. The fires should be lit between the rows of trees. A dusting on the smudge of powdered sulphur is -an advantage." On this matter the Sea Lake Tunis comments :—The diminutive little pest attacks gardens.and orchards iu swarms. It is partial to fruit of all kinds, as well. as_to, some classes of vegetables." As the fruit ripens the fly punctures the soft skin, and wlieu sufficiently numerous will suck peaches, apricots, "figs, aud other fruits completely dry. Ia or der to protect the, fruit from the ravag...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANONRY OF ST. PAUL'S [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

CANONRY OF ST. PAUL'S Archbishop Clarke has appointed the Right Rev. Dr. Green (late Bi shop of Ballarat) to the canonry in St Paul's Cathedral, rendered, vacant by Canon Gason. Dr. Green thus resumes the work of the church in the diocese, in which he became a theological student and commenced his ministry many years ago. He was one of the first students of Tri nity College, and also one of six bi shops which that college has giveu to the Church of Iiuglaud. The po sition is a purely houorary one.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

RED CROSS SOCIETY. For the'month of December the following goods have been forwarded to the Red Cross Depot, Melbourne, by the Watchem Red Cross Society —61 pairs socks, one set knee caps, one pair knitted gloves, three pairs mittens, five scarfs, six cholera belts, 16 flannel shirts, 12 sets of flannel pyjamas, six flannelette pyjamas, six pyjama pants, 22 flannel underpants, one under flannel, nine pillows, one pair sheets, three pil low slips, five arm pads, 14 flaunel ette shirts, one canvas shirt, two face washers, two 'writing outfits, two writing tablets, three packets envelopes, tin horacic acid, four bundles literature, two bundles sugar bags, large bundle old lined. Donations Mrs Dickie, one pair mittens, one pair sox,'. old linen, stationery, .literature, writing pad and envelopes ; Mrs Richmond, old linen, cushion and IS knitting bags; Miss McErvale, literature ; Mrs M. Connellau, two pairs sheets, three pillow cases, two feather pillows and old linen Miss E. Richmond, o...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

DON'T RISK YOUR LIl?*;. Don't risk your life or tako chances when you have a cold. Neglected colds ofton result in pneumonia and consumption. Chronic catarrh, chronic bronchitis, and all throat and lung troubles are rendered more serious by each fresh attack. Take Chamberlain's Cough Ilomody at the first indication of a cold—it counteracts any tendency of its resulting in pneumonia, and leaves the system in such a healthy condifciou that future attacks are avoidod. Sold by Llannah Bros.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Watchem News Budget. A SOLDIER'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 January 1916

YVatchem News Budget. A SOLDIER'S LETTER. Mrs W-. Ii. Mitchell, who resides at Watchup^a, has received the fol lowing letter from Private J. Mill ! gate :—"I am at the Dardanelles, | and have been here for three weeks. It is uot.tou bad over iere, better than I thought it would be. I have not beeu'ia the trenches as yet, but expect to go iu at a-iy time. lam sitting in my dug-out writing this letter. A 'lug-out is a hole we make in tli2 side of a hill. We live much like rabbits; when the shells and shrapnel start flying about we ruu for our burrows just as rabbits do when something is after them ; it is funny to; watch us. There are big guns on the hills all around us, and they make a terrible noise when they fire. At first we used to uearly jump out of our skins, but we take 110 notice of them now. We get plenty to eat—bacoj for breakfast and two biscuits, stew for diuuer, aud rice for tea, with lib of jam per day for three men, and have bfead twice a week. Water is very scarce for...

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

ot Husttalta m:av oryicr. ro?«1i General! Baraking Business prPncPpa. Cable ran negot BinViiiy And K CITIES and TOWNS of AUQTRALIA, and LONDON m.je Jo, ami drafts drawn on foreign place* direct- Foreign bills olleotM. I.e'.lers o! credit Issued lo any part of tho world. Ke P.usiti^si of every dei«'ription transacted within the Commonwealth, led Kingdom mid abroad. C'urreut account* opened. 7n(ere*t paid on fixed deposits. kde i ved seeuf.t: Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in tlie chief centres and AGENCIES at over —Post Offices Interest at 0 255® •** Australia P®r z*nnt«m *-j and Papua up to £330 INTilUSTA 11: M:d INTKUKATIONAL Savings Hint rVilUU-s Special bargains in ''Ready to "Wear" Costumes, including creme Jap costumes, Tussore Silk costumes, and Navy Silk sports coats. Ladies and chil dren's millinery, hlousos, un derclothing corsets, hosiery. gloves and haberdashery. Alloa and !• ply knitting wools T©l©pll©m© Oilfillan & Mitchell Kvan Gwynue Bona, L-L.B. Barristers ...

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

ii£4RTit 3Jibr -'J: GOME 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 any fear about ' H^RNE'S ""BRONCHITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. \V. G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu- ^ ' fadturer is absolutely pre pared* to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fact that im,, BRONCHITIS ,,, CURE . /It? - ■'- ■■' &1S is equally beneficial ■jo young CHILDREN, - /■ ADULTS and the VERY AGED. ^TOM ELLIOTT * warvboron^b ~ All Commissions Execute oh Government Licensed Racecourses. I Sufficient Address TOM ELLIOTT | ^ Maryborough jFOFI:. ONE knitting machine, iu good order. Applj7 Tunis Office. LOOK after your Properties they can not take care of themselves. You must preserve them against Climatic De traction and Decay. To save yourself -trouli'1" =r-fl fixnen.-c, use- nothin<» but the ...

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