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SUMMER FODDER [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

SUtt/VlER FODDER luformation has been received by the State Rivers aud Water Supply Commission from some of its offi-j cers that the settlers in the irrigation districts are not sowing summer fodder as freely as it would wish. The commission has -asked the offi cers in charge to impress upon the settlers the desirableness of sawing —so that they will have enough summer fodder for their herds. The commission points out that now is a good time for the sowing of amber cuie, iuiphee, or millet, with, of course, oats for green feed, which can be sown throughout the year. The commission is particularly an xious that settlers will not be caught ia a shortage of fodder supply, and t'lerefora it Ins specially urged its "fficers to advise everyone to make fall provision.

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

I.YRIC PICTURES. St George's Hall was packed to its utmost on Saturday evening, when the Lyric Pictures screened the Jack Johnson aod Jess Willard fight pictures. The "sports" of the town were conspicuously present in full force. Iu addition, the manage ment showed Charlie Chaplin in the "Star Boarder." which aroused much merriment Miss Dulcie Wil kinson presided at the piano, aud the Donald Brass Bind rendered selections previous to the commence ment of the programme.

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

DOX'T MISTAKH THE CAUriE. Many People have Kidney Trouble And Do Not Know It. Do you have backache ? Are you tired and worn out * Fyi'l dizzy, nervous and d-ipvessed ? Are the kidney secretions irregular? Highly colored ; contain sediment? Likely your kidneys are at fault. Weak kidneys give warnings of dis tress. Heed the warning ; don't delay — Uso a tested kidney remedy. Mrs A. Chambers, Walker St., Douald, saya :—''For sometime I was so bad with backache and kidney trouble that I could scarcely get about. The pains used to strike me viglit across the loins and were particularly acute if I stooped much. I was always tired and had r.o energy for anything, being, generally speaking, lit for nothing. I tried almost every remedy I ev;r hoard of, but nothing seemed to suit me until I got Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills. They prov;ed most I'.eueficial a thorough coucso banishing mv health troubles completely, and I noiv feel splen did. This uiedlciue strengthened and toned up my kidney so...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Epistles to the Editor. ANZAC PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

Epistles to the Editor. ANZAC PARK, Sir,—The unknowii correspond ent, who proposed ia your last issue that the name of. the Donald Park be changed to Anzac Park in honor of-the': local boys who: fought at Gallipoli.vhas made a very sensible suggestion, and oiie that should re ceive the attention of the local couu cil at its iiext meeting.— -I am, &c. SOLDIER'S RELATIVE.

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

VISIONS 01- WKALTU visit us ;ill, at tiiuos, but are not likely lo come true witnout the ^'ood health which will enable us La grasp the wealth that continual striving brings. Nothing is .so sure ta pull down the vitality as the con stant Colds, Coughs, and Catarrh, which aillict so many people, and nothing will so surely prevent those weakening dise.Lsos as Dr Sheldon's Now Discovery for Coughs and Colds, that remarkable curative modi cines for all disorders of the Noso, Tlu-oat, and Lungs, 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 noso. It is guaranteed. Try it. Price Is 6d aud 3s. Obtainable every where. The Jauuary meeting of the Dou ald Shire Council will bs held on Wednesday moruiog next. Though official information id not yet forthcoming, we have good rea son to believe that the recruiting campaign in this district will be attended with succe...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cosmopolitan Fair IN AID OF OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

The Cosmopolitan Fair IN AlO OF OUR SDLDIIiRS.' A meeting of those interested iii the Cosmopolitan Jumble I^air was held at Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening last. Ic wasresolv ed that the chief promoters, Mrs J. Broughton and Mrs Arthur Smith, take the management ot the fair, the proceeds of which are.to be ap-~ portioned beUveen the local Sick and Wounded Soldiers' and the Red Cross funds. .The followiug stallholders were then appointed as fo'lows if4ncyv stall, Mesdames Cantwell, Howard, and Baudy ; ice cream and soft, driuks, - Mrs Mitchell ; spinning table, Mrs Broughton'; hoopla, Mrs M. K. Morgan ; afternoon~~tea; Mrs A, Smith ; produce and cakes. Miss Meyer.' A special meeting of the stallholders .was arranged to take place at the Shire Hill this evening Mr A P. Sehafer was appointed treasurer,_ and Mrs I,amplough as doorkeeper. A silver coin wis fixed as < he price of admission. The fair will De declared opened by t.he Shire President at 2 p.m.

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

CommonvvealtbiSfeBJiik* SitetaKa 1IF.AU OKKICi: neral B CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRAUA, and LONDON OWe rtn.iitawf-* n:ad'» to, o::*l draft* drawn on foreign plaeei direct. Foreign bills r./.ii i'olipi'ied. Letters nf i.-reiUt issued to any part of the world. l!anki';^ .tmf Ki 'itai:-p fiu»ij!Cs< of evtjry des-.-riptkin fransacifd within the ComniomveaJJh, 1'it.ird Kinc-'i-'in and a'uwsd. Current ac-:ouitL3 opened. Interest paid on filed deposits. Saving's Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over Post OfHeca Interest at ao' 1. Minimum 2550 "ustral?a per annum 3. 0 1 DepOB.t an(J papua up to £300 INTKUSTATK and I NT f-UN AT ION AI. Savings Bank Facililirs J KHZ* x :•>;■■■: T r. J» Vi: DLNIS ',N J} so Luc.ins To Day At MISS K( Special bargains in •'Ready to •\v car" Costumes, in eluding creine Jap costumes, Tussore Silk costumes, and Navy Silk sports coats. Ladies and chil dren's millinery, blousos, un derclothing. eoi'sets, hosiery. gloves and hab...

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

Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Clips, and all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce. V v3-f MELE30UI2KiE. <Lj> o SALES ON COMMISSION. Careful Valuations, Highest Prices, and Prompt Returns. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE C°- LTD Stores: South Kensinj Offices: William Street MELBOURNE 3 s aciiooi Liuiareii are very liable to cv;i<It told. They have to (Jo in all woathcra ollen havimJ to si I in school with wet feet. Apart from this, they are always face to face with the. risk from hilection—especially when epidemics of Whooping (mu^h, Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about. Mothers of School Boys and (Jirls however can be always t'ltr.s-: ol ANXIETY if thev have 4 bottle of in the house, as one dose of this Medicine at the first indication of a "cold w ill at once "nip in the bud what miijht otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up,—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Croup, Golds on the Chest 1 he REMEDY wi...

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

Local and General News. Mr II. ' Tilyer has returned to Donald, after a week's absence in Melbourne, and has joined the staff of Hannah's Ballarat Stores. Mr R. C. Hannah, senr., of Car riek Lodge, Donald, has been ap pointed stipendiary steward to the Birchip Trotting Club, of which Mr R. C. Hannah, juu , is president. Lest we forget! St George's Hall will fee the rendezvous for happy people on Siturday, January 22nd, when a cosmopolitan jumble fair has been arranged to take place. Elsewhere in this issue Mr. J. P. Morgan, late proprietorof the Times, draws the attention of his former clients to the fact that several long standing accounts are still unsettled. The A.N. A. excursions from Donald to Meldouriie has been ar ranged for Friday, January 2Sth. The fare is only 16s 7d, and tickets are procurable at the Donald railway station up to noon on Wednesday, January 26th. Private J. JLv. Cameron, of St Arnaud, and a member of the 22nd Battalion, is reported to be seriously ill in Eg...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

OUR KOLL OF HONOR The following is a list of the heroic soldiers who have enlisted from the Donald district. Many of them are now in Gallipoli or elsewhere in the firing line. We would be glad to in sert the names of those uniutention ally omitted. A—R Allen, II Allen, W Abbott, A Allen, S Aitkin, W Adlaui. i!—Lieiifc J C Barrie, RI-I Barber, J Barry, L Birch, M Berry, G Blair, V? Barnes, T Bliss, R Bruce, D Barry, A Box, P Ber.nett,. HJ Beckham. H Baird, J Booley, J Bellevoll", A Barber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Uailes, 0 Byrne and AV Burge, J J Bray, B F Baird, A Brockonshire C—H Cannard, J Cleme-ata, \V Coombs, . J Cantwell, J Cameron, J TCasey, A Cbapaiati, R Cruikshank, T Colo, A Cleary, M Caliir, J • Cavanagli. J Clark, Jack Clarke. D—C D'Altou, H Do MelUer, J P D'Arcy, O Davey, W Davidson, R Dickie. 11 Dillon 13— J iig.iu, J EtheriJge. A E:seUo!t, W Eischolfc, G Evaus. I' H Floyd, A Foster, N Fielding, J I-reain, J J Faukner, A Fletcher, - . , R M Ferguson, J Fislilock, • G—A A...

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

Official Game Laws. LIST OF GAME ANI) NATIVE GAME protected in victoria under THE SECOND AND THIRD SCHEDULES TO THE GAME ACT IS'JO. ( The Whole Year. All AuBiraliiin Fvnna (with the e.tcep tinn of shakes) in the National Parka and Public Gardens. Black CockatooB, Blaci Swans, White Swans, Black-tailed or Rock-Pebbler Parrot", bronze-winged and other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkev, Californian Quail, Cranes (nil birds 'known as Crpnea, such as Herons, l*>rets, &c , except the Native Companion or Australian CraDe), Cuckoos, Curlews, Wild Doves, Wild Duck and To.U. Emus, Fan-tails, Ibis, Java Turtle Dow, Blaek facetl or Malice Kanu'aroos, Large Grey Kangaroos, Largo Red Kangaroos, Kinj* flshes (all kinds), Larks, Laughing Jack ass, Mallee Hens, Martins, Mopokes, Opossums, Owls, Swamp or Ground L ara keets, Pheasants, Southern Stono 1 lover, Kobiua, Spoonbills, Wreus. Since the above was gazetted we have received a communication from tlio Malice Relief Board informing u...

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The Primary Producer. FEDERATION WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

The Primary Producer. FEDERATION WHEAT. This is a season of records, and the uian 011 the laud is always deep 1}' interested in knowing what pos sibilities can eventuate (says the St Arnaud Tunes) so far as the pro ductivity of the soil is concerned. A weekly jou-ml the other day re ferred to a particularly fine crop of wheat in which 2+ heids grew from one grain. Well, we caa beat that hollow in this district. Mr M. i Walsh, of Swauwater, has sliDwn [1 us a plant with 41 he ids of wh.Mt from one grain. The wheat is Fed eration, and was growu ou a head land in black soil. The crop along side yielded i 1 >4 bags to the acre. Scores of plants could bi obtained showing from 30 tj of heads frma single grain. It is no wonder that the crops are proving a surprise this year! The return might well be described as abnormal.

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

\Y! 1K A.T "i r»uv & 1 Sons wisli lo J notify the "farmers of-B°nald district that in addition to their stacks at I be Donald Railway Sta lioii tliev li'ive. rented the store at S oiuald Flour .Mill for the re; cciving whest; under the Govern went Wheat Poo). , (>ood lumpers will be always or. hand to ""load wa.rg0ns at either places without dela?. Stacks are also being built at Litchfield Railway Station. w. g~ pitty A'-eut for iobu Da'ling & Sons, department of public WORKS. -— trnF\TDERS will be received until 1 P o'clock on THURSDAY, the 20th January, 191(3, for remod ic-lling State School, No. 14t>o, Don ls!d. Deposit .£10, security 5 per Irent. Particulars and conditions [may be learnt at this office, aud at llhe Police Stations, Donald and •Maryborough. The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. W. A. ADAMSOI^, Ccmuiissioner of Public Works. Public Notice. E dc-sire to notify advertisers , , that we cannot undertake to pake alterations (except in...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AVOCA WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

THE AVOCA WHEAT The harvest is well advanced in the Bangeraug district, and good progress is beiug made, the weather being favoraole for the work. The Avoca variety of wheat, reared by Major Ebeling, D.S.O., has been introduced into this district by Mr H. McLean, and this year's crop gave the splendid return of nine bags to the acre from 27 acres. Last season Mr McLean had three acres sown with the ue.v variety, but owing to the prevailing drought conditions only six bags, was gar tiered from the area sown. This season was more favorable, aud Mr McLean's enterprise has b;eu well rewarded as above stated. Numer ous inquiries are beiug,-made for small lob, of the new variety for seed.

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Wheat Lumpers' Strike. SETTLED ON SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

Wheat Lumpers' Strike, I SKTTI,KD ON SATURDAY < j The topic of cjnversitijii during ; the week has been the wheat lump er's strike at Williamstown. ; The •men,. it is sii'l, demanded exorbi tant rates, to which -the Minister , of Agriculture sii'd the Government were not prepu^d tJ : accede. It was proposed to engage outside la bor" to carry out the work in spite of the strikers. We understand— though the nutter was not handed to this paper—that the secretary of the Donald P. & A. Society (Mr J. A. Gardiner) ie:eived wires from Mr Iiagelthor«, in" which lie sought the assistance of local farmers in unloading their own wheat."' Some local farmers'proposed to respond to the call. . On Friday, realising that prompt action was essential, Mr Hagelthorn wired as follows, to. Mr Gardiner "Agents" will authorise you to engage men. Free passes on railways "will be provided on your certifying the stationmaster that the men are coming to handle the :\vheaf. If secretary is -...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

Bowls. The W irrackuabeal IIkkai.d says : — "Four riuk teams frotn Dju ald club visitid VVarracknabe il 01 Wednesday to play the return in itch with the local club. The day was an ideal one for the game, an 1 a goodly number of spectators wit: uessed the play, which was of a most interesting character. O.i the occasion cf • the War nick nabaal club's visit toDonall, Warraekna baal wou by a few pjints, but the result was reversed oil Wednesday, as Donald were victors by 7 points. Mr Long's teaui proved the most successful fjr Warracknabial, as they scored 38 points to their oppon ents' 22, and Mr Ilauiiltou's team also did well by beating'their men to the extent of 27 to 16. Mr Hopkiu's team was badly beaten, - and only scored 9, as against 32 points, while Mr Mann's team also succumbed by 11 poiuts. Thus the complete totals showed Donald 102 points, and Warrackuabeal V5 points, leaving the visitors victors by 7 points. Mr Maxted, the greankeeper, had the rinks in splendid order, and...

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

RUTHERGLEN FLY. This ifeitructive l'ttle pest is play ing sad havo; with fruit, vegetables, and flowers throughout the State. It has been busy in the Donald dis trict for some weeks, and MrAVra. Pitt Chalmers, the Government orchard supervisor, recommends driving them oil with smoke! In moderately calm weather build a row of dry bushes, covered with green bushes, damp straw, cockie chaff bags, or-old bigs or anything that; will make a thick, heavy smoke. Build this row along the windward side of the orchard, and if the or chard, is extensive, another row a'long the centre. Sprinkle them with coal tar and sulphur, if avail able. Fire the rows, and keep the smoke going heavily for a couple of hours, so that the orchard is covered with a smoky pall. This will rid the orchard of the gest for at least a week or two, when the perform ance may have to be repeated. Town gardeners may modify this procedure by burning rubbish of any kind in an old tin and shifting it about the garden. ~

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Watchem News. UNITED RED CROSS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

■ V. Watcheaj News. UNITED RED CROSS SOCIETY . Mrs W; D. Ilatt, secretary of the Watcheui. United Red Cross Socie ty, reports that the following goods have been sent to the Red Cross Depot during the month : — • 55 pairs sox, 30 suits flannelette pyjamas, 10 flannel - shirts, three scarfs, three' pairs cuffs, two pairs mittens, one pair pyjarna pants, eight tins preserved fruit, aud also a large ' quantity of literature. Thirty six sand bags. have b^en sent to the I^ady Mayoress's Patrio tic league.. Donations Mrs Rice, 15 sugar bags ; Mrs Walder, sea., six frac ture pads ;■ Mrs Fieldiug,. yZ dozeu tins preserved fiuit ; Mrs T. Blair, two tins fruit and four sugar bags : Miss Colbert, packet literature ; Mr Clark, six sugar bags ; Mrs O'Con nor, o.i.e sugar bag ; Mrs Pearce, two pairs sox.; Mrs Pickering, bus si fs ; Mrs lv Hall, tiussifs ; Mrs Sorrell, four sugar bags ; Mrs Ad demall, five hospital bags ; Mrs Male,-: sen., parcei literature ; Mrs Boles, literature ; Mrs Hart, live ...

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

JUiX UNA Rexoiia, the Rapid Healer, is specially designed to meet the needs of sufferers from Eczema and other Skin Diseases. It used in tin? earlv stages it promptly heals and even the most ylistinate cases will yield" to persevering treatment, ivitii Rex win. Price 1= Utl and 5j Obttillable .-very "'hero. HAVING decided to leave the States, ALL ACCOUNTS owing to me MUST BE SETTLED BY MARCH 1st, 1916. J. P. MORGAN, Donald, January 15.

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1916. RECORD HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 January 1916

The Donald Times With which Is incorporated the Donald Exprkss aud Lands boisoogh Times. Editor, Harold A. Priuer. Tuesday, January 18, 191o. RECORD HARVEST. Ax announcement that the Vio toriau wheat yield is likely to be greatly iu excess of official estimates was made by the Minister of Agri culture (Mr Iiagelthorn) ou Thurs day after a conference with the corusacks aud jute section of the Chamber of Commerce regarding the question of the supply of corn sacks for the harvest. Some alarm having been caused at the present shortage of sacks available for purchase, Mr Hageltborn convened the conference for the purpose of investigating the position. Later he made the following statement:— "The information received has re lieved me and should relieve the farmers considerably. I was told the shortage is only of a very tem porary character. The Customs return show that about 1,150,000 dozen corusacks have been imported since July. These are sufficient to bag about 42,000,000 bushels of wh...

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