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Swanwater News Budget [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

. Swanwater News Budget The death occurred recently at •Kiueira of-Mrs l\Iizabetii McMutt trie, 'relict of the late Mr John McMurtrie. Deceased, who was 07 years of age, went to the Kaneira district about 20 years ago from tli: Swatnvater district. At the St Arnaud market on Thursday, 71 crossbred withers, two tooth, on account of Mr J. Breeu, of Swainvater, realised ilie nice price of 28s Sd. Wheat is coming in in fair quan tities, and carting is becoming geuer al. The Tiruis opera'iug at the Swamvater station are Messrs James Malcolm & Co., Louis Dreyfus & Co., John Darling & Sou, and James B:ll & Co. Cr li. G. Bath, of Sivanwater, who is president of the Kara Kara Shire Council, is not enamored with Government methods and he foresees troubles ahead, in the way of nation alising. He brought the uiattet before the St Arnaud Agricultural Society recently and strongly urged resistance to the seed wheit poo! scheme, believing it was but the thin end of ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
As Game As Steel, AUSTRALIA'S FINE TROOPS, [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

As Game As Steel, AUSTRALIA'S FINE TROOPS, :~.vMr Alf Bleucowe. of B:rcbip, lias received news that."his brother, l'ri. vate W. Bleucowe (who is a broth er-in law to Mesdatues \V. Willey and- J. Broughton, of D jnalil) js still •' in hospital.- Iu a lettet, iw says "It isjust like biing in Vic toria, ps for as knowing people. I met ,several Bircliip boys lecently, besides a dozeu more from Donald and other places. My sou Fre l is still in the trenches. They must be having a hard time, because it is very cold there. I can't see the end of the war—iu fact, I think it will last for years. Australians are as game as steel, and it is a pleasure ti see how free - our army is of profes sional fighting men. I have had a good look round the country from Suez to Cairo—irrigation all the way. I have b;'en 30 miles up the : Nile—the prettiest drive I ever saw. — jSTo Turn For Beer — The hotels close at nine o'clock, but that does not affect the soldiers, as they are all anxious to get out of Ca...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

iM'oin January IaL to January loth" 15,•> I 2 bags of wheat were loaded,, and 50,(1^1 bags slacked at statibus - between Uirchip and Maryborough. ' Till'; IIKW.TIIY .MAN WIN'S ' I inlijju.-sti in means imperfect nourish ment. and that means pour hualth. In these days of strenuous competition it is the healthy who wins. Nothing equals Chamttsrluin's Tablets for clearing the stomach of umliposted [coil iiml pro moting a How ol gastrin juices which are indispensable in tile process of digestion. Indigestion always produces a tendency Lo constipation a,mi tor this alone Cham berlain's Tablets are iuvalu able. Sold by Hannah Iiros. ] Crawford, Dowliug & Seymour : .vill oiler .3(J00 sheep at i!i''Avo<:n I J-jle on Thutvs.'uy 1

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Primary Producer. SCARCTTY OF TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

The Primary Producer. SCARCTTY OF TEAMS Our i'epreseu talive pai d. a. flying" visit to various parts of this "district during last \ week, atii everywhere from Birchip to Bjrriwillock, thence to Woomelarig, Watchupga, Curyo, Kiuabulla, Karyrie,; Watcheta, Co rack, aud Jeffcott -there were to be seen piles of wheat.: Very few, if auy, farmers had -finished harvest ing, but oil all side's*die opinion was freely expressed "(says the Birchip Advertiser) that the average yield would be far greater than anticipa ted. Many farmers lnve up to <100 acres yet to take off, while f others who have finished stripping have a considerable quantity of vvheat to go through the winnower before they commence caning to the rail way stations. Teams lor carting are scarce, and we had frequent in quiries as to whether any teams are available in Birchip or other portions of the shire.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Returned Soldiers. AN IMPORTAMT PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

The Returned Soldiers. • * . AN IMt'ORTANT PK.OBU.iM. . The Principal of the I^ongereuou^ Agricultural College writes: The problem of the returned soldier is a big and importaut one which, in the uear future, vvilj occupy the corope ratiouof all sections of the' commu nity—agricultural, commercial, pro fessional, and artisan, So much do the - people of" the Commonwealth"' owe to the heroes of the Dardanelles that there should be a united spirit in helping the Govern men tto rapid ly develop and.organise sources for. these men to make independent live lihoods, The problem associated more particularly with the maimed, aud those enfeebled in constitution, iu itself will occupy much thought. •The rural industries, especially the minor.ones, will in all probability be of mtt:h interest to many of the men, and from their physical disa bilities it cannot be.expectecl they can -go into . distant and unsettled custiicus and be coutented orsuc ceed, except in" individual instances. -1 bus the...

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 TIEMS. Editor, Harold A. Prider. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1916. WILD DUCK SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

The Donald TiniBg With which is incorporated the Donal,d Exprhss and Lands borough Times. Editor, Hurold A. Prider. Tuksday, January 25, 1916. I WILD DUCK SHOOTING. It was stated officially on Thursday that in recjm Heading the prohibi tion of the sale of wild ducks, the acting chief inspector of game 'Mr F. Lewis) had reporte 1 that this would in effect stop shooting by pro fessionals for the market The re port also said that these men used the largest legal gun possible, and often fastened two guns together \ and thus fired them, although that procedure was illegal. They might kill 100 or more birds at oue dis charge, and wound as many more. The result was that two or three men working in a district would practically clear it of ducks iu a very short time. The public was entitled to say that their sporting birds should not be sacrificed for the sake of a few professionals : but that the whole community should be permitted to share in the sport of hunting them. The regulation was f...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

can in-; coxruoMJ'iu JJurinj» Summor months children arc subject to disorder of the bowels am! should receive most careful attention. If loosuiiesii of the bowels is noticed Chaui linrliiiiiu's Colic ami Diarrhoea Romody should be givou. Children teething have more or Jess diarrhoea which can bo con trolled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diari'liooa Remedy at ouch. Sold by Hannah Bros. Mr W. A. Morgan lias m ule ar rangements with a Government buyer to be present on February Ju<i at the special horse sale. He will buy auy numbir of horses classed as :—L,ight trausport, light artillery, heavy artillery ; live to ten years old. Mr Lv G. 1,'implough, uf Dotnild, auuounees iu this issue that he will give highest prices for skins, hiilos ' uud la.J!<-«%•/ iu auy quantity.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE ELECTORAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

STATE E«-EC I ORAL ACT. UxDiiR the State Electoral Act the yearlv list of persons entitled to liave their names on the rolls will 1)2 made up after February 1st. It depends on the electors themselves whether, in the event of a general elections occurring this year, they could have a say in the selections of a member of the legislative As sembly. The State Parliament has not decided yet on making enrol ment compulsory. As the result of the police canvass nearly two years ago, some 50,000 names were struck off the rolls. The purification was on an unusually extensive scale. In the majority of instances the electors had removed, doubtless from one electorate to another. Since theu there has not been any great anxiety shown by these electors to have their names restored. There must, in consequence, be many t housands of people who would be disfranchised if, unfortunately, anything should arise to bring about a Parliamehtary crisis. Persons entitled to vjte would do well to inspect the S...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Is it Patriotism? To the Editor of the TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

Is it Patriotism ? To Ihe Editor of the Times.. Sir,—The towu of Warrackua beal has collected approximately .£200 to commeuimorate the boys of tbeir towu, who are fighting for the Iimpire. Surely we iu Donald cau do much better. On. Saturday even ing I was surprised to be ousted from St George's Hall just as the money was rolling in. And for what purpose ? To make room for the movies, forsooth ! Surely the movies could show their patriotism by letting us have the hall now and again. If not, I suggest that the bowling club committee" be ap ptoached, and they, I. am sure, will readily grant their green for the worthy purpose of collecting some thing for our boys. I was unaware that the bazaar had to give up "for the movies, consequently I had no time to pay out a few pence, but if the promoters of the fair will call at the office of the Donald Times they will obtain 10i to .'augment their funds. The promoters .deserve every credit for their efforts uuder adverse circumstances. Awaitin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

Local and General News. The Donald State. School will re open this morning, after a vacation of five weeks. Mr Arc'jie McLuod, who has ac ted as sliedman at the Donald rail way station for some years, has been transferred to Maryborough. The Federal Treasurer, Mr Iliggs, is considering what steps the Gov ernment should take to compel groc rs to abide by its decision that the retail price of sugar shall be 3'Ad per II). He discovered on Thursday that several firms in the city are charging -Id p:r lb, and thus flouting the Federal authority. Owing to an absence at Walpeup of thunderstorms this summer, far mers' supplies of water are running very low, and in not a few cases witer carting has already been be gun. The Government tanks, too, arc nearly all dry, with the excep tion of those with a quick catch, and, unless a gool downpour comes, carting will be general, The St Aruatid Agricultural So ciety has resolved to urge the adop tion of bulk handling of wheat upon the notice of the C...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Well done, Curyo! A SPLENDID EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

i- • ;*:Weil done, Ouryo ! A SPIfliNDID EFFORT. . .Curyo—a little centre on the Bir chip-Mildura line—has put up a record'!n its efforts to help the Red Crossfuuds^:' Money was-scarce, but mallee roots ware plentiful, and the residents decided to send a quan tity; of roots to the city, sell same, aucl hand the proceeds to the Red Cross Fund. • The result of the effort increased the society's funds by about ^50i The Rahvay depart ment carried most of the roots free, of cost, and Mr G. Stuckey took delivery aid ^disposed of same. Curyoites now intend to go one bet ter, and have made arrangements for each farmer to donate a certain amount of wheat, according to acre age, which is to be sold, and the proceeds hauded to the Red Cross Society. Now theu ! Which dis trict is going to follow the leader?

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wool Sales. GEELONG AND MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

Wool Sales. GEHIvONG AND MELBOURNE The Australian Kstates & Mort gage Co, Ltd report We held our first sale of the second series on the 19th iust, and offered a catalog ue of 2906 bales. The selection consisted chiefly of smaller merino, comeback, and crossbred clips, many of which opened up attractively. For all medium to good wools, both merino and crossbred, the market has improved ten per cent, whilst sound shafty lots showed an even greater advauce. Detiuys Lascelles L,d., report :For the opening sale of the new year series and the sixth of the season, 10,000 bales were offered in Geeloug. our catalogue comprising 3-300 bales. Except for the unforeseen circum stances of the strike of storemen, the wool comprising this catalogne would iu the ordinary course have been sold on December 9th. As foretold in a previous report the expected rise has tcken place, and growers are to be congratulated on obtaining on an average, about 1 lid per lb more than the current prices of si...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Call To The Colors. SOME NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

The Call To The Colors. SOMK Nl'AVS AND NOTES Private Walter Cruicksha'nk, who has recently returned from Egypt, ir now spending a few days at Don ald, previous to returning to duty. He is in the best of health. The following sub-committee has been appointed at Watchem r Messrs B. Livery, J. Clark,. W. D;. Mart, J. Walder, S. Skewes, T. I/imbie, and J. Blair. v Sir William Irvine, M.P. stated 011 Saturday that the present appeal would probably be the l ist chance for voluntary enlistments. Enlist now, ancl thus be in time to share in the glories of final victory. Since the inception of the war, Mildura has sent over 800 men— probably the record for Australia; Already 25 recruits have joined the 5 Ith Mallee Battalion. The Kara Kara recruiting com mittee states that 38 young^men have stated that they were prepared to enlist at once, and .35 have re plied that they would enlist at- a later date. The number of enlistments from Donald is still very low'.compared with other towns. Howeve...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN The State War Councils through out Australia are making a strong appeal to the citizens of the Coni mouwealth to support—and support liberally, to the fu'l extent of their, means—the second War L,iau. A1 though ^10.000,000 has been asked for, more is wanted to prosecute the war as far as Australia is concerned. Copies of the appeal have been forwarded to all post oflice agencies of the Commonwealth Bank and to branches of the State Savings Batiks, and the public is iuvited to obtain one early, and to consider seriously the position with which we are faced, and to respond to the best of their ability.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

VISIONS OK WIUJ/J'II visit us all, at liiiius, lull aro not likely lo como true wilnout the good health wl'ii,:h will enable us to grasp tlio wealth Uial continual striving brings. Nothing is so suro to pull down the vitality as the con stant Colds, Coughs, and Catarrh, which afflict 30 many people, and nothing will so surely prevent those weakening diseases as Dr Sheldon's Now Discovery for Coughs and Golds, that remarkable curative luedi ciues for all disordors of the Nose, Throat, and Lungs. This new scientific specific is unsurpassed. It will quickly relieve the most ob.stiiiHle Coughs, the worst; casos of Hoarseness Soro Throal, or Catarrhal discharge from the eyes or uosn. It itj guinuitned. Try it. Prim 1« fid ntid .V;. Obtaiuj-ble uvo?y>v-horu,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

CommonwealthJftSattfc °[ Bustralta IIEAl> OFFICE SYDNEY fc". General Banking Business PMPai CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON C ft Vie remittances made to, and drafti drawn 0:1 foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collcoicd. Letters of credit issued to anj part of the world. liankin^atid Kvhange nu.Hines» of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, I'nittd Kingdom and abroad. Current, account* opened. Interest paid oa fixed deposits. Advance! made agaiii!:,„ approved securities. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the chicf centres and AGENCIES at over Minimllm _ ___ Poot Offlceo Intcreot at — y 1- 2550 in Auotralla por annum 0/0 , Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTKUSTATK and INTERNATIONAL Savings Hank Facilities i JAMBS KKI.f.. <Ti'T»ni'.r. Jn»t. V>i:> r>EM3'i.S Go»ernpr J) ... . . .« . .m. . . ■ n .... I . „ „<& Special bargains in •'Ready to Wear" Costumes, including creme Jap costumes, Tussore Silk cost...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

AIM ItoT *£* ; - ifWJMjJl" # Liberal W Cash Advances made upon ensuing CHps, and all consignments of Wool, « Grain, and Produce. .US . <"A 'j^tik ® U J ti © pljy# ^ ^ 1& J^ha ms> r--w\ /tj! .■M •;' "i \! O \ -,\ MELSOURNE. SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE C°- L™ Stores: South Kensington Offices: William Street MELBOURNE r! rl£/1RflE' "pVfr*,; ]'■ JIM QOME 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 N C This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fad: that REGISTERED jH#., /v\ k. „. C v/ V, c"<j{ , 1 TOM ELLIOTT1 "Mslt-v bor All Commissions Execute on Government Licensed Racecourses. Sufficient Address I TOM ELLIOTT 5 Maryborough I- ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

KEXONA Ruxoua, till! Rapid IIeai"r, is specially ti,.si-'iie-i to went tlni nou.Js of sufferers fro u lica-Mim aud oilier Skiu Diiieusus. If uoirt ill til" e.ulv it l.iowpffy IiuuU an t uvcii Lho ni'ii-l obu-lhuUu cuim will vitl I I" pur-iKveriiix treatment willi Hex on*. Pn« Is >tt 'W'J .K OliUi'iiblp

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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

OUR ROLL 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 unintention ally omitted. A—R Alien, H Allen, W Abbott, A Allen, S Aitkin, W Adlam. H—Lienfc J C Barrie, RH Barber, J Barry, L Birch, II Berry, G Blair, W Barnes, T Bliss, R Bruce, I) Barry, A Box, P Ber.nett, IIJ Beckham. IIBaird, J Booley, J Bellevelln, A W Birlter, M Basset, A Bennett, A Bailes, C Byrne and W Burge, J J Bray, B F Baird, A Brockenshire C—H Caunard, J Clemeufcs, W Coouibs, J Gantwell, J Cameron, J TCasey, A Chapman, R Cruikshank, I-' Cole, A Cleary, . M Caliir, J Cavanagh. J Clark, Jack Clarke, A Cr.ttintjhaiu, T Caunard, W Cruiekshank. V—C D'Alton, tl Da Melfcer,. J P D'Arcy, • O Davey, W Davidson, R Dickie. K Dillon E—J Egan, J Etheridge, A Eischolt, W Eischolt, G Evans. F H Floyd, A F.isfejr, N FieHing, J ' Freani, J J*Faukner, A Fletcher, R M...

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A Sordid Case At Banyena A YOUTH AND A MAID. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

A Sordid Case At Banyena A YOUTII AND A MAID. At the St Arnaud Police Court ou Wednesday last a young immigrant named William Tickell, aged 2(J years, was charged with having committed a criminal offence ou a girl under the age of 10 years. The offence was alleged to have taken place at Banyeua 011 Monday, Janu ary 17th. The wayward youth was remanded until January 21 Hi. Bail was allowed, accused in .£50, and one surety of £00. A report of the proceedings will appear in our next issue.

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