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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

An important sale of townsla property was made on Friday who Mr Chas. Hall sold to Mr Auth Mitchell his property iu Woods S Douukl consisting' of the hairdressit shop, dwelling and land adjoinii at a satisfactory price. The sq was negotiated by W. G. 1'ittyai \V. A. Morgan Anetionscr; conjunction. DO VOL' KNO'iV. Uo you know that of all the minor a meuts eoids are Ule most dan^i-oas ? j is not the cold it?elf tint you need M but the serious ailments it so often laaj to. I'or that reason overv eokl shouU § got rid of as quickly as possible. I'S tills there is notbiiisj bettor than Cliam'uf Iain's Cough Remedy. It will loosen t| cold, relieve tho lungs, aid expoctoiutioj and enabl.; your system t:> tliro"' off tf eokl. Sold bv Hannah IJros. DOES ADVEKTISING PAY This is an old question, but tiiei can be only one answer. It mill pay in your business over and ove again. Ilave you considered tb low cost of advertising in the Doii aid •'Trains? Ati advertisement ijj this old-established...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Notes and Comments AN UNFAIR POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Notes and Comments AN UNFAIR POINT. Speaking at St. George's Hall ou Friday evening tbe President of the Chamber of Agriculture said there was one thing most unfair. Under the scheme if au agent sent wheat to the miller he would get ll.^dfor handling It meant that the other 2d weut iuto the pool. The millers now said, "If the wheat had been shipped by the agents they would have got 3d and we have the right to the extra 2d." So far as he could see Mr Hagelthoru was inclined to grant the request. He didn't agree with that. (Hear, hear.) He had entered his protest to the Board against it. (Applause) It was an advantage to have tbe wheat gristed locally, arid 2d per bushel was saved, but why should not the producer benefit when a sav ing was effected ? (Applause) Wheat sold to the miller was stored in his mill till he really required it. He was paid storage by the agents for the wheat in his store, so that he got a cut that way. The miller did not pay till he sent in a requisi tion. In ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH AT BANYENA. MARY AILEEN BYRNE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

DEATH AT 13 AN YEN A, MARY AfXKKX BVRXH. | The death occurred at Bmye oil Friday of little Miss Byrne frc scarlet fever. She was the daug ter of Mr and Mrs James Byrne, a was a great favorite with her lit mates, who loved her for ber teuc and lovable nature. Hii sister 1 also beeu seriously ill with the si' fever. Some few weeks ago t children were brought to Donald : medical treatment, and Dr. VV. i Lewis informed the Boird of Ilea tba^ the fever ha-1 been traced coming from Stawell. Tberewai were interred at the B iuyena ceil tery 011 Saturday afternoon, the f tieral arrangements b;ing carri out by Mr J. R. Ifrinisby, Doaal The pall bearers were Messrs \ Fogarty (uncle of the little girl C. Ilearn, and Michael and lluj Drum. Drs. Calhoun, McLea and Fleming attended the patis little sufferer, and, with Nut Holland, of Melbourne, render every possible effort to save t little mite, who was only - yer and 10 mouths old.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

BOILS AND PIMPLES. Boils and Pimples are Nature's effort t throw o poisons which have formed i tlie blood, Chamberlain's Tablets cleansi the stomach, liver and bowels, tlm purifying the blood and refreshing th system until you feel a new being. Tak a course of Chamberlain s Tablets t thoroughly eradicate the poisonous mat ter from the system and then make < procticc of taking ono at regular iuterval aud you will never again be troubled w:th boijs. Sold by liauuah I3ros,

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
XMAS PREPARATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

XiYlAS PREPARATIONS ] The majority of the busiuesil tablisbments arc now busily cngag preparing their Xiuis goods for d play, and the show-windows a commencing to present a somswl gay appearance. Mr S. J. Wort! aud Waddell & Co. have a spleu: assortment of exquisitely-slui hats, dress materials, «tc., aud p sents suitable for ladies and ^eu Mr S. H. McPherson has a li show of ladies' and gents' goods hand, whilst Mrs Lnmout ha: large supply of the biit qual drapery goods. Messrs Kittle Wortley are showing some ex-: lent suitings and fancy vest niiti ials, whilst Mr II. Gillies and ' James have the best bjots and slia to oiler the public. :

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Local and General News.. Advertisers make inouey by using the columns of tbe Ti.mks, which has ail undoubted circulation amongst those people where trade comes from—the farmers ! The town clock' at the Douald Post Office has uudergoue a "glori aus resurrection" from its recent lethargy, and is now keeping ex cellent time. Mr W, A. Morgan, of Donald, in forms us that be is willing to for ward any poultry that farmers and others may care to leave with him to the Base Hospital, St Kilda. A large number are being forwarded from Laen, Boolite, and Minyip. Mosquitoes are said to be greater in numbers this summer than they have been for many years past. It is an indisputable fact that this pest I promises to become an irritating nni ; sauce at Donald, owiug in all prob ability to tbe closeness of the Richardsou River to the township, and the people should endeavor to emulate the example ot the people of Yarrawonga, who recently initi ated a crusade against the "skee ter" by introducing ker...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miss Amy C[?]stles. THE DONALD CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Miss Amy c »stle*. Ti-IK DONALD COIsCLvRtI A few years ago a young Vietd iau singer created a remarkable se sation in Australia by her wonufi I ill voice andsiugiug. So great \| tlic impression this young sing, made that throughout tbe whole! tbe Coutiueut crowds flocked to hi her. In order that she should ha the benefit of studying with great masters of music, the you star was seut to Europe, where beautiful voice was cultivated, al she gained an entry to the famq opera houses of Europe, winnif fresh laurels at every step, until gained the title of "Imperial Coif Opera Singer." Such brielly is the career of ^ Amy Castles, the Australian pri| donna, who is making her first s pearance, aitcr her triumphs Europe, in St George's Hall, l)c aid, to-morrow evening. "Melbourne and Sydney critics unauinious in the opinion vlut >,$ Castles still retains the beauta | voice which won her such appre j ation at the outset of her care: which is now added art and ence. The Melbourne Anc.i ] | '...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Commoiwvealtb^^Bmk«flie-mi r«. IIKAD OI-rlCK ' -VKSKV t ^ali General Banking Business principal I CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON ; CaMc r< to, ami «lrxft< l»r^ntiatr't ami rolitfotcd. Lcltcis «>f orv.ht So :»»iv jurt »>f i"A-irM Vatikinz ami Hifttimpr J>tj«irjt.v<« of fiery i)>- I run^c! ■>=1 wit';» ii t.'r* fVnuii (. niU-<I Kinc'lom an<i nl>ro*<!. Curiej" Jatorcw j>«M • >» JKp.J Ad»suvcs made nut ajjjtr<trc<i ««vur;fjc< Saving's Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centra and AGENCIES M over Post Offices intercut ut 1 - Mo"'T"r 2550 In Au°traHa per am,,, • j Deposit and Papua up to J>30C / INTKKSTATH and INTKItNATloNAL Savings Haul pM-mth-s £ JAMK* KKI/. Hfim-y C..Trr.i'T. J--.~ UKMS V •- I U. Vf; *r * - J . - ■ ■■ .. . Gilfilhm & Mitchell livaii Gwynne Bcm, L,L.B. Barristers and .Solicitors. DONALD And at St. Aniaud Commissions for takin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

if Cip¥C Till ¥ AW 'i ° 1ALLUW. 35SKgea£S^S»SB. Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Clips, and all consignments of' Wool, Grain, and Produce. i\ ..A © iJ ^ M> <L^1s o i I Q MELlOUiNI. SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND Careful Valuations, ^ FINANCE C0, Lm Highest Prices, and Prompt Returns. Stores: South Kensington Offices: William Street MELBOURNE 0 5 . i ci * . are vcrv li.ihft* i»» c.'iUit scoool Uiilciren !,r- »■ l|o in all weni.-wi's— ma —>"■■" > i ■■■! ii i i i JI ton havitvj to sU in 'lime! viith «ct feet. Apart front this, they :u-e a!tri'\s I;:rc u> late willt the risk from infection—especially when epidemics of U linopinij Cotiiih. \!casles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc.. are about. Mother.* of School Boys anil Girls however can be always !' R^!j ?• ni' ANXIti Y if they hare a bottle of I Sol. Green, f | 7 f I MELBOURNE. f | ALL j | COMMISSIONS EXECUTED 1 | ON . I | GOVERNMENT LICENSED f j RACECOURSES. f | Cnr?IOIRKT A.DDESS&...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

BOfLS AND CARBUNCIJ-3. Boils begin ».> naJt j^mpies. It Dr. Sheldon,s Ma^n-tie Liniment is well rubbed in attlii.-i time, they will disappear and give you no fun her troulili. If a boil is developed, blood ami umtter must In squeezed out, and the wound dressed with Dr. Sheldon's Ma^nntie Liniment. Per sons Buffering from boils shonld rub the affected thoroughly, twice a day with Dr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, This wil, I prevent the growth ol a uiiolu crop o: boils. Pricc, Od and 3-j. Obtainable! everywhere.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WHEAT HARVEST SCHEME ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT DONALD FARMERS APPROVE OF THE SCHEME IN PRINCIPLE. THE NECESSITY FOR GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE EXPLAINED LUCIDLY BY MR. WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

THE WHEAT HARVEST SCHEME Ent 11 i]siastic Meeti xa At dona ld. Donald fakjiers Ajtkoye Or Tile ' Scheme In principle. THE NECESSITY FOR GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE EXPLAINED LUCIDLY BY MR. WOOD. St George's Hall was crowded to its utmost oil Friday evening, when that great national question, the Australian wheat-harvesting scheme and the necessity for Government intervention was lucidly explained by the President of the Chamber of Agriculture (Rev. C. W. Wood), Hon. R. Bloom Geld Rees, M.I,!C., j and Mr Achilles Gray,. M.H.A. j The secretary to the Minister'of Ag-1 riculture was also present. The j chair was occupied by the President of the Donald P. & A. Society (Cr: \V. Sproat), whilst the.Shire Presi-1 deut (Cr T. W. Cantwell) also oc-; cupied a seat on the platform; Cr' Sproat apologised for. the absence of the Minister of Agriculture (Hon. J P. W. Hagelthorn," M L.C.), who could not leave Melbourne owing to an indisposition. The chairman, amidst applause, then introduced THE ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEETING AT CHARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

MEETING AT CI1\RLT0N. A largely attended meeting of j farmers of Charlton was held in the j Victoria Hall on Thursday evening, ' when Messrs Wood, ReeS, aud'Grny explained the wheat scheme. The Charlton P. & A. Society submitted resolutions to be laid before the Minister of Agriculture, requesting an increase of the flat rote to 3s, or !>s par bag, and a reduction of the agent's charges, which were con sidered excessive. The representa tive of the Victorian Producers' Association was present, and asked several ipiestions, which the J'resi af the Chamber of Agriculture Ap peared to reseut.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOO MUCH FOR ONE DONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

TOO MUCH FOR ONE DONKEY. A story ; a little oiie, related by the Rev. C. W. Wood at St George's Hall on Friday evening, in answer to a questiou put byCr. S. J. Wort ley. In Ireland one day an Irish man was endeavoring to urge his donkey to pull a heavy load up the hill. The animal was nearly ex hausted, when a priesc happened along The good fellow sugges'ed that Pat should lead the donkey, and he would push behind. This was done, and the summit of the rise reached. "Thauks, your riv erence," said Pat, "faith, one don key could never have done it." Mr Wood said, amidst laughter, that he did not wish to infer that either Mr Wortley or himself 'were don keys, but merely used fhe Incident to illustrate a point.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN INTERESTING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

AN INTERESTING ELECTION The interest being taken in the forthcoming election of commis sioners to the Donald Water Trust is very great, and speculation is rife as to who will top the poll. The popular opinion is that, with all due respect to the gentlemen en gaged in the contest, Mr J. Hannah will occupy the position of supre macy. However, the vaticinations are, from what we can gather, that the retiring members, Messrs Gray, Wortley, Hannah, and Thomson, will again be returned. Of their ca pabilities we need say but little, as all are business men of lact and in tegrity. The nominations include three aspirants, Messrs McPherson and Patterson, and Dr.Calhouu, all of whom are well known, capable, a id influential gentlemen, and, if elected, should prove conscientious and indefatigable commissioners.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Fov Chrouic Chest Complaints ' Wood's Great Pepperwiut Cure. ]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Personal Notes. The latest casualty lists state that Staff-Sergeant J. .1. Munday, for merly of Wycheproof, is now in the Southampton Hospital. The uarne of this youug Australian revet ber ated throughout, the world some mouths ago, when he was the hero of a seusational duel on the coastal cliffs at Sedul Bahr. Private Orville Lamplough, san of Mr and Mrs E. G. L,amplough, of Houston Street, Donald, is now in England, and is a patient at the Croydon Hospital. Private A. E. Allen, son of Mr and Mrs R. Allen, of Donald, is still at Malta. Private R. Allen, of the 5th Bat tali on, and a son of Mr and Mrs R Alleu, of Donald, is now in Eng land, and is iu hospital in the prov inces. He was in the Wandsworth Hospital, but has since been placed out in the country. The first letters he had received since the first Dar danelles exploit was iti late Septem ber—two days previous to his de parture for Eugland ! At the meeting held iu St. George's Hall 011 Friday eveuiug, the President of the Do...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Official Game Laws. LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTKCTKD IX VICTORIA UNDER THE SECOND AND THIRD SCHEDULES TO THE GAME ACT 1800. The Whole Year. All .Australian Fvuna. (with tho oxoiyi fcion of smikes) in tho National Parks and Public Gordons. Black Cockatoos, Blac<r Swan*, White Swans, Black-tailed or Rock-Pebbler Parrot*-, Tironze-winged and othei' Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quail, Cranos (all birds known a? Crpti°s, such as Herons, Egrets, i-c , except the Native Companion or Australian Cranp). Cuckoos, Curlews, Wild Poves, Wild IJuclc and Teal, Emua, 1/an-tails, Ibis, Java Turtle IJiv-s, lilaok faced or Mai lee Knnuaroos, Large Grey Kangaroos, Tjar^o lted Kangaroos, King fishes Call kinds), Larks, Laughing Jack ass, Mallee Heus, Martins, Mopokes,. Opossums, Owls, Stt-amporGwaiid Para keets, Pheasants, Southern Stone Plover, Robins, Spoonbills, Wrens. Since 1 lie above was prazn'ted >vo liavo received a 'communication from tho Jlnlh'e Relief ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONALD WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

DONAL') WATER TRUST. Iti refeiriug to the history of the' Donald Waterworks Trust in last issue, we did not make the state ment as to the commencement of the scheme quite clear. Mr J. R. Hornsby points out that the local trust took over the area and liability from the Wimuiera Trust, and im mediately set to work to .improve the supply. After six years lijird battling, the Government agreed to the nucleus of tbe present scheme, then consisting of two tanks. The whole scheme cost ,£3000, and a grant of £2000 was obtained from the Government.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The European War. AN EPITOME OF THE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

! The European War. AN liPITOMli OF THK NEWS Baron Sonuino lias made an im portaut statement . in the Ilaliau Chamber of Depuiies He slates that Serbia's independence is cf the : greatest importance to Italy. Her ■ absorption by Austria would const i tute a great danger. - Italy" cannot 1 remain, deaf to the appeals of Ser bia, and intends to do every thi\ g to assist the Siibian army. : Italy has resolved net to conclude a seperate peace, and will pursue the war with all her strength, at all costs, and at every sacrifice/which is further evidence of the solidarity of the Entente. The Montenegrins have again had the better of a battle with the Aiis rians, who retreated iti disorder. The morale of the Montenegrins is good, and their campaign has been fought witb_great courage. Sir Ian Hamilton, in a message to the Australians in London, says j . happen what may, the Australia n soldiers who fought at Gallipoli will bequeaih a heritage of honor to their children's children. l,ne;..lvt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Items of Interest. INNOCENT DONALD FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 December 1915

Items of Interest. INNOCENT DONALD FARMERS. The Hon. R. P. Rees, M.L.C., had a joke at the expense of the au dience in St George's Hall on Fri day evening. The esteemed lcgis lator was referring to the marketing of eggs aud other produce, wheu lie said, "IknowaU about that lane., Little Bourke " The speaker had meant, not the street of the sirens, but Flinders Lane, where the mar ket is controlled. However, the audience burst into laughter, in which Mr Rees joined. After the mirth had subsided, Mr Rees hu morously remarked, "i was always under the impression that these young farmers of Donald were very innocent, but there's no mistake, they know all about L,ittle Bourke street." This was the signal for further laughter.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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