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—THE DANDIES—. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

— THK DANDIES —. Tim Watchoui Dandies will nuke there first appearance iu the Wat cliem Hall on Saturday night Janu ary 29th in a programme of the latest songs, and instrumental music. These concerts will be held fort nightly until further notice, and a complete change of programme given each show. A novel eutertainuunt is promised. For the convenience of country patrons the show will commence at V o'clock sharp and all are requested to b.^ in their seats before the rise of the curtain.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cosmopolitan Fete IN AID OF OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

Cosmopolitan Fete IN AID OF OUR SOI/DIKRS. I Despite the adverse meteorologic al conditions prevalent 011 Saturday, there was a good attendance at the Cosmopolitan Jiiuible Fair, which was held in St George's llall, in aid of the Sick aud Wounded Soldiers' Fund and Red Cross Society. To say the least, the fete was a great success, for in the short time at dis posal, the ladies raised approxim ately ,£40. The President of the Donald Shire Council 'Cr T. W. Cantwell, J.P.), in an appropriate address, declared the fair opened, and referred eulogistically to the efforts of Mrs J, Broughton aud Mrs Arthur Smith, at whose instigation the fair was held. The President stated Lhat the time had arrived when some spedal effort should be made to provide a fund, the benefits of which should alone be shown the soldiers of our own district. He admired the work of the Red Cross Society, and had 110 desire to uuder rate-their work, but once our money was forwarded "to Melbourne, our lads do not rece...

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

M IlyK IN POWDER FORM , IN' these liar J times -every housewife must economic. I inul- J niiood Powdered Milk a Mossing 111 our house ; ifc is a real imnev savor. I'lm3 wrote a gratefill lady, and bar experience lias been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have been using Pjnvderrd Milk for a considerable period, iba sys tem by which pute cow's milk is converted iufco powder form may woll be considered one of tho marvellous inventions o£ mod oru times. The patent rights war secured by a Victorian Company, and the bmkl iii"s aiul plant wore erected at Glenormis ton (in tlio centra o{ tho far-faiio-l Vv estorn District) at a coat of about /"5U.000. 10 very precaution is taken to obtain pure fresh milk, and tho supply is drawn from a radius of about four miles only, lhe dairvmen deliver mi'.k each morning and evening, and then within two or tliroo h >urs the milk is converted into powder. 1'. is packed in tins ready for market ; in tliis form, tho uiilk retains its f...

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

— STOCK MARliKT — " Oti Thursday next Mr W. II. Gray will conduct the first stock market for the uevv year at Wat chem. Mr Gray will oiler several hundred crossbred sheep, and a few nice lines of cuttle. It is understood that from now ouw.ard the market will be held regularly. On the same day Messrs Youug Pros will oiler over 300 merino and crossbred ewes.

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

W[LOOPING COUGH. Never neglcct Whooping Cough, for children are offcon permanently injured by the awful straining of the cough. There is no danger whatever from whooping cough \ylien Chanjberlain's Cough Remedy is freely given. It should bo given at once repeating the Jose frequently. It liquifies -tha tough niucus, ujubes it nasy to expec torate, keeps tl»e cough loose ntjfl counter acts any tendency toward pneumonia. The uuuuul tuiietiug o£ Ike Uju ald Mechanics' lustitule will ho UdJ ou Irri-4;iy evening uc;»C.

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THE FEDERAL INCOME TAX [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

TUB FEDERAL INCOME TAX Under the provisions of the Fed eral Income Tax Assessment Act, power is vested in the Commissioner to extend time tor payment, or to permit of payment of tax to be made by instalments. Mr McKay stated 011 Wednesday that he had received a number of inquiries as to 'whether any general rule is to be iaid down in this connection, and had explained that applications would require to be nude iu all cases, supported by evidence that payment of t'ae full amount of the tax in oue amount involves hardship or financial embarrassment- Only two instalments could be permitted, as the whole of the tax would re quire to be paid within the financial year.

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

NOTICE E G LAiPLOUCH — IS A — _ i.lCliNCJil) 1JUYKR <>]•• - Hides, Skins, and - TALLOW }[khikst - Prices (iivi-:N J. PHILLIPS Aijiicultnral & General Blacksmith DONALD (Next door to Electric Power Station) Gord Work Reasonable prices AV0C& - - SALE :!()()(> SJ1EEJ' ::ooo Tlmrsd.'sy Next, January 27tli ( 1RAWFORD, DOW UNO, and ' ' SEYMOUR will sell, at two o'cluck, -3000 sheep, including good lines of crossbred lambs, crossbred, comeback, , and merino : ewes and welhc-rs. Right Ages. THTRTR CATTLE I<| prime fat, 20 forward stores When in Donald Don't Forget to call at Da GILLItS, IBooiiwa ssJcesr Sielr and Wounded,' Soldiers' Fund FOR DONALD & DISTRICT. LADIES an* gentlemen interes ted in the formation of the above are invited to attend tbe I meeting arranged for next Friday evening at S o'clock at Mr W. A. Morgan's office. I Watciiem R-ed Gross Society [\ GRAND concert in aid of'the Ic V above will be liel'l by the loc |l Dandies, ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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SOLID PUBLICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

SOLID PUBLICITY. it would uot pay to produce the Times for a small circle of readers ; and the motto of every progressive newspaper is "Excelsior." We, therefore, in pursuance of the policy mentioned, are anxious to extend our large list of readers and support ers, and ask the aid of the public in achieving that end. The recom mendation and approving words of our readers are sincerely valued by us, and our ends can be very much furthered if those who appreciate our efforts will recommend others to do business with our office, ft is not worth a farthing au inch to have your advertisement in a paper that is never seen by the great bulk of the public—or in one that nobody has ever heard of—as the sole aim of advertisers is to secure sold pub licity. En this respect we can "Gil the bill," as the eternal Yauk ob served. We can offer au immense circulation and a creditable broad sheet as "the best attraction to ad vertisers.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Anomaly in Lands Act. MOVEMENT AT OUVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

Anomaly in Lands Act. MOV 15 NIK NT AT OUVliX. The Ouyeii branch of the Politi cal L'-ibar Council Ins brought tin der the oiotice of th; Djual.l Shire Council (who do not propose to support the movement) an anomaly ill the lyauds Act—one that acts di trimentally to almost every town in Victoria. Under the existing acts it is compulsory for persons tiking up land to effect certain improve-: ments, and put in a term of reai dence before the necessary tlocii- ?■ ments are issued making it nsgoti* able quantity. The one exemption is the sale of Crown allotments with in any boundary, au:l this is nf-t - only a drawback to the growth of towns, but the cause of trouble afi'l . worry to valuers. Mr D. Mcluues, secretary to the above brauch, states that at a recent-V meeting it was unauimonsly decMd to endeavor to have the Acts amen ded so that it will be compulsory o'J purchasers to effect improvement*' in the directioa of erecting hibit able buildings, or equal outlay, on a ■block" before...

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

News and Notes NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. A meteing for the formation of a fund for local sick and wounded soldiers will be held at Mr W. A. Morgan's office next Friday even ing. In this issue Mr W, A. Morgan announces that be will conduct a genuine clearing sale at Me-yef Street on Saturday next in the iutete.'.ts of Mr H. Hill, who is leaving the district. Attention is directed to the ad vertisements of Mr W. H. Gray and Messrs Little & Worsley, which appear in this issue. Mr W. A. Morgan desires to ac knowledge the following donations of sugar bags :—Mr Jv B. Tonkin, (51 ; Mrs Murray, -I ; Mrs W. Hau cock, 7 ; Mrs G. Weinberg, 9 : Miss Haswell, 9 ; Miss Bolger, 5 ; Miss Davidson, -t ; Mr A. Perry, 10 : Gent, 5 ; total 12-f ; IV. Sproat, 2-1 sheep skins. The chairman of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission (Mr W. Cattanach) states that the most effective way of dealing with the Ruthergleu fly pest is by the smoke produced from piling on the fires rubbish, manure, old ba...

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

The Donald Directory The following directory of busi ness establishments should be cut out, and retained at hand for ready reference. We can confidently re commend these fu-tus, and urge our readers to patronage them accord ingly. These Arms are genuine :— — Merchants — \Vaddell & Co, Woods Street, aud at Watchem, Mr S. J. Wortley, Woods Street, — Drapery — Mrs M. Lamont, Woods Street, Miss Kean, the Popular Shop, Woods Street, Tylers, Bridge Street,; Ballarat, Mr S. G. McPherson, Woods Street — Tailors — Little & Worsley, Woods Street, and at Bircliip. ; — Auctioneers, &c. — Young Bros, Woods Street, aud at Watchem and Banyena, Mr W. A. Morgan, Woods Street, Messrs W. IT. Gray & Sou, Woods Street, aud at Watchem, Mr R. A. Caldow, Ouyeu, Me?srs Colbert Bros, Watchem, Mr W. Wiliey, Woods Street, Mr W. G. Pitty, McCulloch Street, Messrs Basset & Sou, McCulloch Street, Mr J. Meagher, McCulloch Street, — Wooi/ Buyers — Dalgety & Co. Ltd, G...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

UST OK THUvmoNK STATIONS ANMJ lUvli.S. for lirsi Aild J o mill. mill. s. a. S. (1. I.ilclitiulil (! 0 I Massoy 1) -J 0 2 Wat'ilieui (l 3 0 3 Mortou I'lains o a 0 3 Birchip (1 (i (1 5 Curyo (1 H' 0 6 Woowclaiig .. 1 0 0 9 Ivitscellcs 1 3 1 6 Kinniibulla, .. 0 S I) <1 Ouyen 1 1(1 1 3 St. Aniaud (1 -1 l) 0

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

DONALD HOTEL f DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Keau & Co. Coachbuiiders). N-rv and Up-to-date Premises now open. Sj acious Diuing-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, lilectric Light, Hot aud Cold Water Baths. Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best, Tariff Moderate. Good Stabliug, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCHBURN, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALDj At the request of several of our aub- I scribers. wo again publish the full list oil tlieir behalf. Subscribers anil the public generally would do well to cut the list out and keep Bamo for reference. 44 J. L. llales, Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset & Sou, Commission Agents ; and Private Residence, 59 C. K. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. 58 A. S. Bluntly, liuilder, Woods Street; and Private Residence, Woods St. 49 J.H. Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; aud Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Banyeua Rd. 30 P. Bourke, Parmer. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Cliellew and Wilson, Jewellers...

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Watchem News, —A FALLEN HERO— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 January 1916

Watchem News, * — A FALLEN HERO   'The late Corporal John Wallace   Walder, who died from wounds in Egypt on January 8th, was much respected in this district, and his la mentable death has been the source of universal regret. He was in the prime of early manhood, and was brave and fearless as a soldier. He played his part in the war, and lost a life, which undoubtedly had a brilliant future. The deepest sym pathy is extended to the young he ro's parents, who reside at Watchcm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

Sicfr and Wounded Soldiers' Fund FOR DONALD & DISTRICT. IADIES an-} geutlenien interes -j ted in tbe formation of the' above are invited to attend tbe meeting arranged for this Friday evening at S o'clock at Mr \V. A. Morgan's office. St Arnaud District -HOSPITAL ].miob7\tioners ; \ IMPLICATIONS are invited for j. -L.V. probationers at above hospit al.. Educational qualifications 6th L Class S.S. Merit certificate or its [equivalent. Examination for those not possessing this qualification will [be held in the Town Hall, St. Ar; hiaud on Thursday, 3rd February at j >■2.30 p tv. Applications close 2nd [February. Farther particulars may tbe.obtained from— I GEO. H. OSBORNE, I Secretary.

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London Wool Sales. THE DECEMBER SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

London Wool Sales. THE DECEMBER SALES. r.am'evson, Murray & Co.. Ban- I iugball Stieet, London, forward the j following report : — The eighth ! and last series of colonial wool sales ! for the current year opened 011 Dc f cember 71h. There was a good ' muster of buyers, and tirder active competition, it soon became evident that prices, were to show consider able appreciation 011 the previous sales values. The opening cata logues were chit-fly ccruposrd of Xew Zealand slips wools which sold at an average advance of 5 per cent. Merino coming wools also improved hy 5 per cent, while crossbreds ad vanced from 0 per cent to 10 per eut, the better sorts showing the most improvement. As the sales have progressed, the market has ; hardened for all descriptions of wools J• and (be catalogues are being well cleared at an average increase of 15 per cent over previous sales prices fault}' burry wools, especially those of combing length, fully participa ting in tbe general advance. High ...

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MILK IN POWDER FORM [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

MII^K TN POWDER FORM- | 2& XN Uie.se hard times evevv housewife t£j must economise. I tiud TnifooJ gg Powdered Milk a bh3siug in our liou=e: it is a real mmev saver. Tint) wrotJ ;i ^ grateful lady, and herexp^riaiiue Ins b.'ea rf oudorse I by householders throiwliOJt Australia, who have boeu usini; IV n 1 rrd i aji|t for a considerable period. Ih9»)»- m tuiu by which pure cow's milk iscanvcrtfrl w-; into powder form may well be considerftl is; out; of fcho marvellous in volitions of g oni times. The patent rights wer seiinwl ^ bv a Victorian Company, ivtid tlis bniW- #}. in^'s and plant were erected at Oienoniiii tin (in the centra of the f ir-faue 1 Western r|J; District) at a cost of about /.'5U,O K). Krcry precaution is tsken to obtain |> i ^ fr 1 milk, ami the supply is drawn f-.-o-iM ir.dius of about four mile; on'y. Th= dairymen deliver milk each m irniti^®1"' cvoniiu;, and then within two or tlire-J j??; hours tlio mil); is converted into p.J-.vder. !« is iwck*»l i...

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Tobacco for the Troops "SOUTHERN CROSS" FUND Sir D. V. Hennessy, Lord Mayor of Melbourae writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

Tobacco for the.Troops! "souriiuRN QRoss" fund Sir D. V. Htnii?ssy, Lord M;ivar of Melbourae writes The Overseas Glub, of which His f Majesty the King is patro 1, has eag. i erly s.ized the" great ;opp3rtunitses I for Imperial work which this terrib.- f le struggle has brought.' More par. j ticularly has it asserted itself i(i tbe | interest* of thfr'yariuus oversea con- | tingents on active service. O.ie of j its most notable achievements is the j Tobacco Fiiiid for Soldiers and Sat- j lors 0:1 Active.Service, began imm:« ! diately after tlie outbreak of war. It ; is well known that men on active I service smoke far more than under j ordinary circumstances Of all gifts j tobacco and cigarettes are mostap. preciated in the trenches, and it is ! the comfort almost invariably askei j •for iti letters home, . j — The Chief Chanxkl — I ^lhe "pips" of tlie-'"fighting forces i is enormous. _ To provide our sol. ! diers and sailors, now on active ! service, with even a very moderate \ amou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

JE5S3 nPE&E SWM J5.KT O) READ TIHIE3 TIMES FINAL NOTICE AVING decided to leave the States, AL,L ACCOUNTS owing to me MUST Bi£ SETTL,liD BY MARCH 1st, 1916. J. P. MORGAN, Donald, January 15.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

XI IK MO.ST I'AXIKNX I'KOI'Mv Must; show uiiiKiyaucu :ifc times. Ivvurplnuly lias their hour of trouble, but peoplo huving iiiiy ii riUiliou of the skin have many h Mirs of trouble. Xoth itifjf so annoying; 11 itliiuj; so irnbitin" It s ;l liiiru Mail trying pisitloti. I.yave it alone, M-ii'l you can li irilly bear it. I{»lief iful cure hive iMiiiu at lust. Pooplo have put it to the test. Doan's Ointment euros skin disease People arc learning that this is so. IIon* is a casa in p"int:— Mrs W. H. Clarke, late of Wood Street, J D-makl, anil now living in Ballarat, says:—"L used Dean's Ointment for an iiuUitiim oi llus .^kin wl;icl. troubled me off and on fur some timi\ and this propir ation cured it The irritation was very trying, but L could never got anything to d> m» auy v;ood, until I >j«>l Down's Ointment ;it II lunah's store" I a'.n very grateful for my curt'." Vivo ye irs 1 itnr, Mrs t "lark.? siv;:—"! have l)o]n quite free oi the skin irrit.it;-in qver aitico Dean's O...

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