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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

For Chronic Chest Complaints Wood'*; frr<\it Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STIRRING UP WATER RATS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

STIRRING UP WATER RATS. "Within the Law," DDuald, has evidently had a glimpse of the other side:—"Gun shots are said to be quite common at Lake BuJoke, and along the Richardsou, during the evening. Ofjcourse, the ducks are not being molested. Oh, dear no ! The knuts are merely stirring up the water rats, which infest those localities." Fishing for yabs (or crayfish) is becoming a popular form of amuse ment amongst a number of local residents, some of whom return from the Richardson with buckels, sugar bags, and tins filled to the brim with'these appetising fish.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TRUE SON OF THE EMPIRE. A VETERAN OF SOUTH AFRICA AND AN HERO OF GALLLPOLI. ON A VISIT TO DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

A TRUE SON OF THE EMPIRE. A VETERAN OF SOUTH AF1UCA ? AND AN HE EG OF GALLLPOLI. On A Visit pTo /Donald. On Tuesday last the editor of the Times bad the honor and opportun ity of meeting a true son of the em pire in the person of Driver T. A. Nelsou, who has recently returned to the Commonwealth from the Dardanelles on a voyage of recuper atiou. Driver Nelsou, with Mrs Nelson, has been on a visit to his sou, Mr Fred Nelson, who resides at Douald. In personality, Driver Nelsou is of the most rugged, virile, unconquerable type ; a man of the world, whose loyalty aud patriotism is fervent, genuine, aud enduring. When Lord Kitchener souuded the call to arms in August, 1914, Mr Nelsou gave up a happy home, good wife, fond children, aud peace ful vocation to offer his services iu the cause of the British Umpire. To the Turks lie has 110 doubt proved himself, a;, an individual soldier, a formidable opponent, for he has been through several campaigns, in circumstances uuder which uo weaklin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GIANT ENLISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

A 01 ANI ENLISTS. "Tliey want me and have called ine, and I am going to do my little bit," said Mr Robert.Hart,- of Bark ly, who arrived in St Aruaud a few days ago to enlist. He"stands 6 feet 8 inches, aud weighs about 16 stone. He is as hard as nails, aud he has been doing laboring work for some time. He has a knowledge of me chanics, aud hopes to .be appointed to the motor transport service. He has also a knowledge of ambulance work. He hadLno trouble in passing the doctor. Hart will have a pretty fair contract'when it comes to. dig- j ging himself in, but it will be bad business for the enemy, he says, when he starts to dig them out. Although the majority of farmers in the Donald Shire have not finish ed harvesting, wheat is coming in freely to the Donald railway station, and it appears that there will be something in the way of a record railed from Donald this season. Buyers' agents are much in evi dence, and there is keen competition for the various parcels. The Lyric Pictures...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Donald Directory SOME GOOD BUSINESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

The Donald Directory SOME GOOD BUSINESSES. The following directory of busi ness establishments should be cut out, and retained at baud for ready reference. We can confidently re commend these firms, and urge our leaders to patronage them accord ingly. These firins are genuine :— — ■Merchants — W'nddell & Co, -Woods Street, and at Watchem, Mr S. J- Wortley, Woods Street, — 'Drapery.—■ Mrs M. Lam.out, Woods Street,' Mis-? Kean, the Popular Shop, Woods Street, Tylers, Bridge Street, Ballarat, .Mr S. G. McPhersou, Woods Street — Taii.oks — Little & Worsley, Woods Street, and at Birchrp. — Auctioneers, &c. — Young Bros, Woods Street, aud at Watchem and Banyena, .Mr W. A. Morgan, Woods Street, .Messrs W. H. Gray vt Son, Woods Street, and at Watchem, Mr R. A. Caldow, Ouyen, > ■ .Messrs Colbert Bros, Watchem, Mr W. WilJev, Woods Street, .Mr W. G. Fitly, McCullocb Street, Messrs Basset & Son, McCullocb Sireec, Mr J. Meagher, McCullocb Street, — Wool Buyers ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST ARNAUD HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

ST ARNAUD HOSPITAL. A meeting of tlie committee was held at St Ariiaud last Friday. Miss Mabel Prentice, of Donald, applied for position as probationer. Mrs J. Borden, of Watchem West, forwarded a donation of £?> 3s, and Mr T. 0. Guthrie, of Rich Avon, forwarded the sum of £>> l.»s as sub scriptions, of which 9s was from Mr \V. Currie and employees on Rich Avon estate. Mr Chas Hall, of Donald, wrote statiug that he had presented a bellows, an air bed, and a box of books to the hospital. The donors weie fiauked.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

DON'T UISK YOUR Lll;K I) >ift risk vour Iifo or taku uli.iuc.'S when vna luivc a cold. Xe^lectod colds often result in pneumonia aii'l consumption. Chronic catarrh, chronic bronchitis,. aud all tliroafc au'l lung troubles are rendered more serious In- each fresh attack. Take Chamber! tin's Conoli K'i'.nody at tha.'first indication of a cold—it' counteracts .any tendency of iis resulting in pneumonia, and leaves the system in such a healthy condition th.it (utnro att-x-ks aro avoided, fv.ld by Hannah Bio-:.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INIMITABLE CHARLES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

THE INIMITABLE CHARLES, The idiosyncracies of the inimit able Charlie Chaplin provided the merriment at the Lyric Pictures in St George's Hall on Saturday even i lg, when the favorite appeared in the "New Janitor." In private life Chapliu is a serious countenanced, j;ood looking young mill, and au accomplished musician. An English man by birth, his first appearance 0:1 the stage was in his infancy, as ■substitute for his mother, who was i music hall artist, and who had iken suddenly ill. Left an orphan vhen still a young boy, he, along vith a brother, found the shelter of the workhouse a guiding influence. After a- more or less adventurous ,-areer to eke out the necessaries of life, Chaplin's talents were at last rewarded, his peculiar walk and manner of turning corners never failing to raise roars of merriment. His well-deserved rise to fame and fortune is one more striking instance of poverty battling with and over coming adversity. '

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

'KA&tSi AND KIDNEY XKOUBLE ' jvL»$EYS WOULD THROB, AND iOMSiNK>UTS I COULD NOT r^LEEP AT ALL." terribly from Tiackaehe and i-j-rriitte for about six years, and at ail) was so bad that I would writes Mrs H. Buruieister, " itrccl. liallarat E., Vic. "'At Ineys would throb, for. they ;est part of.my body. I was |es that T could not lie on my 10 nights 1 could not sleep at |veak. I tried all kinds of iuiedifes, and pills, but none me in the least, and 1. was >wn. A kind friend recotn try Dr Sheldou's Gin Pills, ukI alter the first few doses ;oing to do uie good. 1 ill a small course of them, illent, I can sleep well, eat iy household duties without or pain, and I feel as happy long." I I 0>u 1'ilU aru sold at Is (id Wool & Skins E. J. HOWARD,: Opposite Cricket Club Hotel j | DOWAL O Tlie Easiness formerly curried yn by Mr J. E, Straton at Woods Street, Donald, lias been taken over by E J. Howard, who solicits a contin uance, of the liberal patronage bestowed upo...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. ARNAUD MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

st. arnaud mines. ?he directors of the St Arnrud Srth mine have reluctantly been ipelled to cease operations.' It;is 1 that the increase of wages, as |red, by the receut award of the itration Court,cannot be provid br, seeing that there is a liability bout .£3000 to be paid off. The btors were prepared to woik on panic wage principle until such [as the debt was extinguished, in offer to that effect was declia |>y the men. A proposal has been received from the miners antinue to work the mine on Ite, but, owing to the absence fo of the directors consideration matter has been postponed. It he present,- everything has Ibnnled up, and the mine has closed down pending cousider 'of the offer of tribute. -This that about 00 men, all told, He for the time" being. The means an increase of about" tper month in the wages sheet. sough the heat and dust on jlay followed by the sharp irs which caused inconvenience scoiufort to people out of doors appeal to the artistic sense, lernoon was not wi...

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 — 14 January 1916

USX 01' TKW'H'HONE STATIONS AND FEES. l'w: for first A<Ul 3 3 mill. uiiii. s. d. ■ s. (1. I.ilelilicM ... 0 7 . 0 2 Masscy ... 0 2 • 0 2 Wiit'jlicm .. 0 3 0 3 Morton l'luius . U ; 'I . 0 3 Jtirchip' ... - 0 (i 0, 5 Curyo ... 0 S .. "0 6 Woouiclung ... i . 0; ■- • 0 9 Jjusciillus ... 13 16 Kinmilmllu. ... OS' 0 'I Ouycu ... , 1 10 13 St. Annuul ... 0 'I 0 U

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 January 1916

Official Game Laws. LIST OK GAME ANI) NATIVE GAME FROTKCTKD IN VICTORIA UN DEB THE SECOND AND TH 1 II D HCH12DULES TO THE liAME ACT 18y0. The Whole Year. AH Australian Fauna (with tlio excep tion Of snakes) in the National Parks and Public Gardens. Black Cockatoos, BJacj Swan*, Whito Swans, Black-tailed or Rock-Pebbler Parrot--, Uronza-winged and other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quail, Cranes (all • birds known as Crpu^s, such as Herons, Egrets, itc , except the Naiii-o Companion or Australian Crane), Cuckoos, Curlews, Wild Doves, Wild Duck and Teal, Rtnus, t'an-tails, Ibis, Java Turtle Dnw, Jjlack faced or Malice Kangaroos, Large Grej Kangaroos, Large lied Kangaroos, King fialtea fall kinds), Larks, Laughing Jack ass, Mallee Hens, Martins, Mopokes, Opossums, Owls, Swamp or Ground Para keets, Pheasants, Southern Stone Plover, Kobina, Spoonbills, Wrens. Siuco i ho above was gazetted we have received a communication from tlio Mailee liciief Board informing us th...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

May the 1/jrd make us truly thankful for what we arc about to receive ! On Sunday morning Mr Bray, of St Arnaud, came to Don ald, and set the machinery of the local ice works in motion, and commenced the manufacture of ice. For Chronic Chest Complaint Wood's Great^Peppermiut Cure, ■

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Accidents at Thalia. IN THE HARVEST FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

Accidents at Thalia. IN THE I-IA.RVFST FIEI,D While preparing to load the. last; few bags of wheat ou Mr J. Allan's farm, Thalia, on Saturday after noon, the Stli inst., an accident oc curred on account of three horses in the waggon being startled. The an noyance by flies caused one horse to rub the winkers off, and Messrs J. and Walter Allan went to hold th° horses' heads jnst as they bolted. Mr J, Allan was struck on the ribs by the point of tlie shaft and Mr W Allan was also knocked down. The horses bolted around the paddock, until Mr Walter Allan was able to secure them. Mr J. Gray motored the men to Wycheproof, where Dr. Rail found Mr J." Allan suffering with two broken ribs and a bruised leg where one of the wheels passed over him. Mr W. Allan was slightly bruised. Had the waggon been loaded, both men would not have escaped so lightly. They were able to go home again on Saturday evening.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

UACKA.CHE AND KfDNliY TUOUBLE "MAT KIDNEYS WOULD THROB, AND SO MIS NIGHTS I COULD NOT SLEEP AT ALL." . .. "I sull'ji'eil terribly from Backache and Kiduoy Trouble for about six years; and at times tlw pain wai so bad that I would groau with it," writes Mrs H. Uurmeister, 12 Channel-Street,. Ballarat E., Vic. -'At times my kidneys would throb,-for they wore the weakest pu t of my body. I was so bad at times that I could not Ho on my luck, and some nights 1 could not sleep at all, I felt so weak. I tried all kinds of advortised remodies, and pills, but none seemed to help me iu the (east, and I was really run down. A kind friend recom mended mo to try Dr Sheldon's Gin 1'ills, which I did, and after the first few doses I felt they were going to do liie jjood; I have only taken a small course of them, and feci excellent, 1 cm sleep wall, eat well, and do my household duties without a bit of trouble or pain, and I feel as happy as tho days are lout;." Dr Sheldon's (Jin I'ills are sjM at ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Society. DONALD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

Red Cross Society. « DONALD BRANCH. The moathly meeting of the-La dies' Committee was held !ou Tues day, January 11, the President (Mrs T. \V. Cantwell) being in the chair. The minutes at the previous Aiiieet-. ing were read aud confirmed on the motion of Mrs Mitchell and Mrs McDonald. . ■ Mrs McLean moved, and Miss S. Miller seconded, that clie following accounts he passed for payment:— Waddell & Co.. ,£S l8s4^d\. S. J. Wortley, £7 18s Miss Keati ... .^4 4s 8 Hannah Bros. •. £9 13s . Total £30 14s The secretary was instructed to write to the Red Cross Society in Melbourne for £20 worth of flaunej. The following donations ■■ have been received Mr Scarce, petrol cases ; Miss Hourie, pair sox ; Miss Adams, pair sox; MrsW. H.vLewis, cushion; Mrs P. MePhersou, Mrs Walker, and Mrs Milbnru, litera ture ; Miss Bolger, two tins of cocoa and literature ; Miss Bales, tin cocoa and box cigars ; Miss HasweUy-lite raturc; Mrs, J. Hannah, ^1 ; Mr Walker, 5s unutlily ; Mr Anderson, 3s and ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Spirit of the Ages. A LITERARY GARLAND. WRITTEN FOR THE TIMES BY DERBY CLONARD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

The Spirit of the Ages. A UTERARY GARLAND. Written For The Times By Derby Ci.onard. In common with other progress ive towns, Donald has its public lib rary. Do the people value this in stitution ? Do the people realise the incalculable value of the education derivable from the reading of good 1 books ? It is questionable—and, therefore, a matter for regret . rlie local library, from what the water can gather, is not actually iu sore | straits, to use common parlance, but has like most other worthy institu tions suffered depression through ; the war. The great number of young fellows who are now with the colors were mostly diligent readers and now the ladies, usually omni vorous readers, are too busy with Red Cross matters to peruse with any interest the latest fictiou. lhe Donald library consequently suffer ed a loss in subscribers not because of the variety of the volumes 011 the shelves, but purely through the , force of circumstances. New sub scribers—at the nominal rate of 2s ti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOLID PUBLICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

SOLID PUBUCITY, It would not pay to produce the Times for a suiill circle of readers ; aud the motto of every-progressive newspaper is "Ivxcelsior." We, therefore, iu pursuance of the policy mentioned, are anxious to extend our large list of readers and support er-. aud ask the aid of the public in acii.eving that eud. The recom mendation and approving words of our readcs are sincerely valued by us, and our euds can be very much furthered if those who appreciate our efforts will recommend others to do business with our office. It is not worth a farthing an inch to have your advertisement iu a paper that is never seen by the great bulk of the public—or :n one that nobody has ever heard of—as the sole aim of advertisers is to secure sold pub licity. Fa this respact we can "Gil the bill," as the eternal Yank ob served. We can offer, an immense circulation au:l a creditable broad sheet as the best attraction to ad vertisers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

CAtf BK CON FiiOLLKD Daring Summer months children art) subject to disorder of the .bowels and should receive most careful afctPtitiou. If looseness of the bowels is noticed Chain->1 berla.tki'3 Colic aii'f Diarrhoea Remedy [ should be given.. Children teething have more or less diarrhoea which can be con trolled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrho»a Remedy :it oace. Sold by Eauuali JJrOG. ' "" i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORGAN'S SALES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

M DR3 AN'S SALES Sellers of horses, cattle, and sheep are advised by advertisement in this issue that Mr W. A. Morgau will hold his usual special sale the first week in February. The very mark ed success of ail Air Morgan's special sales to date should make it clear' to all holders of stock that he can pro duce the buyers, aud get Melbourne prices in Donald. For many years the question has often bsen asked, '"Why can't we hold a regular fat stock market in Donald ? Why should we always have to send our fat stock away, and take whatever we ••can get?" The fats market is now firmly established in Donald ; it only rests with the farmers to bring their fats to Donald, and ad vise Mr Morgau at once. He will guarantee buyers for any quantity at top market prices.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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