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

CAN BE CONTKQJVJUS.^ During Summer mouths children are s<#bjvi\t £9 disorder of the bowels anil .1.01,(0 reACK/e car0ffl atteutiou. If loosbnc-sa of Ma bfftfejg ib -u^fcice^ dliati)'- I berlaain's Co.'c and Di!ii'rf,<;ea 1^01^9jy should be given. Children teething uuve more or less diarrhoea which can be con trolled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Di^rr!|;o''fl Remedy at once. Sold by Ifafcoab $roi. '

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Corack East News. RED CROSS LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

Gorack East News. RED CROSS LKAGITK Mrs L. C. Shepherd, secretary of fjja Copack East Red Cross league, reports as follgws;—The amounts being collected from July- Jst tQ f)a cember 31st are : — Miss Brennan, collected, 2s 7d ; procesds ball, concert, and raffle, .£11 10s; raffle turkey, lis 6d ; sheep girt, 10s; ba lajice' from i*all .& Welch, 2s 3d ; sajg of needles 6d ; kiosk, £9 lis lid; balance of oats raflje, 5s ; Mrs Barber, eoli&cted, JOs (id ; cheque sports, £9 18s 10<3; wooi and cqffcoij, 4s ; totol, £52 7s Id. T}onations :—Mrs K. Perry, seur., J 5 pairs eox ; Mrs J. S. Perry^pair pijlqvv cases and jtwo handkerchiefs; Mrs J?\ P.erry, .scarf ^n4 four hand jjer.cftfcfs ; ^fr$ J. Barker, two ting condensed ipjH; iud gld ljueu ; Mrs McNab, old linen, Material has been purchased, ?;>d the following articles made and sent away:—101 suits pyjamas, 16 pairs p^nty, 11 flannelette shirts, 36 flan nel sljtirts, uifdppflannels, 12 cho jefg. fyelts, ,8>2...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Donald Directory [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

The Donald Directory The following directory of busi ness' establishments should be cut out, and retained at baud for ready reference. We can confidently re commend these il/ms, and urge our readers to patronage them accord ingly. These firms are genuine :— — Merchants — Waddell & Co. Woods Street, and at Watchem, Mr S. J. Wortley, Woods Street, — bravery — Mrs M. L,amout, Woods Street, Miss Keau, tbe Popular Shop, Woods Street, Tylers, Bridge Street, Ballarat, Mr S. G. McPhersou, Woods Street —■ Taii.ors —■ Little & Worsley, Woods Street, and at Birchip. — Auctioneers, &c. — Young Bros, Woods Street, and at Watchem and Banyena, Mr W. A. Morgan, Woods Street, Messrs W. H. Gray & Son, Woods Street, and at Watchem, Mr R. A. Caldovv, Ouyen, Mepsrs Colbert Bros, Watchem, , Mr W. Willey, Woods Street, [ Mr W. G. Pitty, McCulIoch Street, i Messrs Basset & Son, McCulIoch Street, Mr J. Meagher, McCulIoch Street, — wool Buyers —■ Dalgety & Co, ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

Ti/.IO IIEAIVi'IlV MAN Indigestion means mpeifcct ijcifush rnent, and that moans poor health, lu theso daj-s o£ strenuous competition it is the healthy man who wins. Nothing Souh-Is Chamberlain's Tablets for cloaring tile Ltomuc!, of undigested food and pro moting a fow oi gastric jrjces which are indispensable1 iii' tile jjloiiess of digeaj.iou.. Indigestion always'produces a tendency to constipation and for this aldue Chaiu jy.erj.ain.'s" Tablets' are invaluable. Sold by Hannah lirQi. 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' For Chronic Chest Complaiut Wood's Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

Lyric Pief.ur«s Uuder local direction. St. George's Hall. Uvery Saturday Night As the management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges and ire in possession of a first class Pathe Biograph outfit, they will be enabled to put before the Donald ^public an up-to-date and liigh-class show. Moore's Poultry — Farm Xcxt Mr J. l!roujf!iloii's residence / of poultry for suit; at. reason able prices. 4 tgt. —~ "jgafouiijf ducks and chickens from a weel old and upwards. inspection Invi(eel IKJX'T MISTAKK THE" C.AUSK. "Manv People liave ICidnev '1'foiiWe Via! v Do Not Know It. Do vol. have backache ? \re you tired and worn out Y ('eel dizzy, nervous and dnpressed ■ Are tlie kidney secretions irregular ? Highly colored; contain sediment? Likely your kidncvs are at fault. Weak kidueys^jive warnings of dis tress. • :: ;:;v Heed the warning: don t delay — Use a tested kidnev remedy. Mrs A. Chambers. Walker St., Donald, £:—"For some time! was so bad with jjckaehe a...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Defence of the Empire SOME NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

The Defence of the Empire i SOME NEWS AND NOTES Private Hughie Jells is now on a visit to his parents at Donald. Mr Sydney Sampson, delivered a stirring address at Mil dura on Thursday evening. Mr A. T. Ozanne, M.P., and the Mayor of Caul field have enlisted and passed the medical test. Sister 13. Smith, of St Arnaud, is lying: ill in the 3rd A ustraliau Gen eral Hospital. Gunner J. J. Tread well, of the Divisional Ammunition Column, of Wootnelaug, is reported ill. Private J. O'Connell, of Wedder burn, 24th Battalion, and PrivateJ. J. Murphy, Donald, 8th Battalion are reported ill. lieutenant-Colonel Hutchiusou, of Warrackuabeal, and- Major L,ov elle, of Rupanyup, are reported to be suffering- from illness in Egypt. The St Arnaud Mercury con siders that, as a recruitiug officer, , Corporal Alexander -Gillies will of great value to the Empire. The Buruaby Masonic Lodge, Donali, bas, it is understood, deci ded to iuvest the sum of .£100 in the Commonwealth War Loan, Lance-Corporal, L....

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co. Coacbbuilders). Nfv and Up-to-date Premises now ope u. Spacious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms. Kiectric Light, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best. Tariff Moderate. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. \V. DITCHBURN, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

BOOTMAKER. W. JJSBflEJS Begs o announuce to the public of Donald and dis trict that he has started in the above line, and by strict attention to business, hopes to merit ' a fair share of the public patronage. | WOOD STRKKT DONALD iF'OlfS EaJillLiISd ONE knitting machine, in good order. Apply Tx.iir;s Office. THE TIMES—£t YEAR POST FREE. oUBSGBIBS 'HOW IvBlrDi: SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE BLOUSES AND 'COSTUMES, CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND TUNICS. ETC We are determined not to carry over tiny of the.se lines, consequently an early start has been made in reducing* these lines.' The balance of voiles and cotton ,i»*oods, and remnants will be greatly dis counted (luring this sale. . . . n hlpT T? fT OjxioiLDJki] ufc 4 The'Universal Providers. Perfect Bridal Portraits No wedding nowadays id considered complete wiUiout the bridal portrait, and no bridal portrait is considered satisfactory unless it bears Uie itanio of Richards fc Co. This name is a t;ii;irantuo that vour bridal portrait will possess a...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

List of Subscribers.. © I TKLEPHOXK EXCHANGE, DONALD j At the request of several of our sub- I scribers, we again publish the fult list on their behalf. . Subscribers and the public generally would da well to cut the list out and keep same for reference. 44 J. L. Bale.?, Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset £ Son, Commission Agents ; and Private iiesidencc. 59 C. H. Basset & Sous, Woods Street. OS A. S. Blundy, Builder, Woods Street; and Private Residence, V, ooda St. 49 J. H. Boldeti, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence, j5 C. Hourke, Banyeim Kd. !10 P. Bourke, Farmer. ^'3 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Cliellew and Wilson, Jewellers. 56 W. Cox, Residence Houston St. 54 H. Gumming, Rich Avon West, ring 2. !4 Diffev & Soil, Flour Mill. | 42 Donald Hotel, (W. DHchburii)- i 16 Electric Supplv Powor Houae. j 26 Gilfillai) A Mitclieli, McCullocli St. J Ii9 Grand Central Hotel, (D. Byrne). _ j 19 \V. H. cyav Auctioneer Private Rest- i donee; and Sale Yards. i 54 J.}. Urewar, Ric...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 28 January 1916

In Memoriam McCREDDEN—In loving memory of my dear husband, Hugh McCred- den, who died January 27, 1914. Not gone from memory, not gone from love, But gone to our Father's home above. Rest in the Saviour, sweetly rest, They miss you most who loved you best. —Inserted by his loving wife and family, Donald.  

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

E4TABL18HED 1878. THE Trustees Executors and Agency Co. Ltd., 412 COLLINS STREET, P^ELDOURWC. OLDEST and LARGEST T rustee Company in : : : Australasia : : : Acts co Executor, Truo tee, Adminiotratorandin other Trust c&paeitloo, Tfftast Funds dS9,00,0,000 JAO. DORROWMflN. M*«*aro. FRCDK. ft. UANQ. fiOOT. MAItAOtO. XV. WILIvEV, Local flfloet Plejsso cell or *rrite for Pcophlet. Consign your. CREAM I TO Wallace Co-oper ative Butter Factory LTD. #180,000 * Over 1700 tons of Butter manufactured. All freight paid. . Credit Notes for every can roceived. Cheuues Fortnightly. FOR SALE, a M1LDUUA. IRRIGA TION ORCHARD containing 44 acres of which there are 5 acres Currants, 8 years old 15 acres Sultanas, 8 years old - 3 acres Oranges, 8 years old 3 acres Oranges, 3 years old (planted with I.ucern) 1U acres Gordos, 8 years old 1 acre Apricots, 1- years old (planted with Lucem) lacrePeaci.es, 12 years old (planted with Lucern) 2 acres Pears, 3 years old (planted with Lucern) • _ 10 acres...

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Epistles to the Editor. THE BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Epistles to the Editor. THE BELGIAN FUND. Sir,—People interested ill the lo cal fund would be glad to know what is being done at present. A n unfortunate impression was created some time back when it got about; that the fund was practically closed, and it appears the receipts have gone down from to about ,£1 per week, largely in consequence of; this report, I hear that many per-1 sons who used to subscribe, and are j willing to continue, are not now called upon by any collector, and J that at least one collector has left I the district, and has not been re placed. I am sure it is only neces sary to call attention to these mat ters, and thereby show that interest is not yet dead, to have them recti fied, as I cannot believe that we have so soon forgotten what Belgi um has done, and how she has suff ered for humanity. —I atu, &C, X Donald, January 31.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

MILK IN POWDER FORM IN these" liavd times" every ho ur must economise. I find Jrufev.;" Powdered Milk a btessing iu our it is a real raniev saver. Thus \\rof grateful latly, and horexporieuce liai'H endorsed by householders tluou Ii | Australia, who liave been using Ponds -g Milk for a considerable period. IlWi tem by which pure cow's uiilk istom« v| into powder form may well be consult^ one of the marvellous inventions of u orn times. Tha patent rights vera by a Victorian Company, and the I iugs and plant were erected at Gleuo ton (in the centrn of the far-faiicl Weit< District) ata cost of about ^"50t(WU. ^vi precaution is tsken to obtain puref milk, and the supply is drawn lr0;L~; radius of about four miles only daivvineu deliver milk each mwnu'rC~'/ evening, and then within two or tb"? ^ hours the milk-is converted into pJ si'"'^U{ It is packed iu tins ready for mirUt. this form, the milk retains its and purity. All that the householder®pgg to do is to fill a jug or o...

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The Terrible Revenge WAR IS WAR—AND HELL, [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

The Terrible Revenge WAR IS WAR—AND IIUij, The [ullowiug article, which has ba-n sent from Europe by Private GusCurrie, of Wyctaeprouf. appear eJ in John Bur.r, recently, and was written by the well-known war correspondent, Mr A. G. Hales-.— "War is war, and war is hell; We can't make it anything else ; the man who talks of Hague Conven tion tules in war time is a dreamer Real war lias no rules. Let us now wake up ; the German has made all the hell he knows ; let us make it merry hell for him. What would have happened at the Gallipoli p;u insula if the Australians and Maoris had not got there, I do not know; these two people make their own rules as they go along in a Bght. No more chivalrous than they if the enemy plays the game, but let him play the Devil and they find the brimstone to warm him, aud they find it in lumps. Their motto is, ' 'As my enemy does to me and my brother, so will I do uuto him, and a bit over for hick." It's — A Nice Ci,uan Motto — for a real fighter—-fair t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wool Sales GEELONG AND MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Wool Sales GKKLONG AND MELBOURNE Denuys I,ascelles I/td., repor'; :-r O wing to tire short tonnage available for wool the offerings in Geeloug on Jauuary 27th were limited to' 8,000 bales, of which our catalogue com prised 2644 bales, an excellent selec tion drawn chiefly from the extreme Western District, about Hamilton, Casterton and WarnambDol. As a whole we looked upoi this as our best show of the season and sales as the high water mark. There was a full attendance of buyers and com petition could not have been more animated and general for all classes of wool, except tender meriuos, which were bid for irregularly and did not share in the general advance which we estimate at one penny over last sale, with all piecas showing evesv a greater price, the irregularity of last week for these having given way to extreme buoyancy. The Australian Kstate & Mortage Co. Ld.. report:—We held our usual weekly wool sale on January 27th, and offered a catalogue of 2106 bales. The select...

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Our St Arnaud Letter. THE CALL TO THE COLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Our St Arnautl Letter. THE CALL TO TH15 COLORS. The recruiting meeting at St A.r naucl on Thursday evening (writes our correspondent) was a complete success,.and was productive of much good. The Mayor presided. Dr Carty Salmon, -delivered a splendid address. He said the name of Australia had been covered with glory by the magnificent acts of her gallant sons. Mr J. W, Pennington, M.I,.A., stated that he knew of cases .in the Kara Kara sliire 'where of families containing several, sons not one had yet enlisted. These were instances in which conscription was needed. Private Charlston, Coates, Woods ! and Tiemey, ail of whom saw serv ice at the Dardanelles, occupied 'seats on the platform. The former —who hails from New South Wales —pointed out that winter was com ing on, and th; demand for bear skins for men with cold feet was likely to be exceedingly large.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

FINAL NOTICE HAVING decided to leave the | States, ALL ACCOUNTS owing to rue MUST BIS SETTLED BY MARCH 1st, 1916. J P. MORGAN, Donald, January 15.

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Corack East News ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Corack East News ITI5M3 01' LOCAL JXTKRKST. A spleudid stream of water is now running; in the new channel from B ityo Catyo to Corack. The wafer iiaci pissed Corack last week, flowing in a northerly direction. Farmers are still very busy hat vesting. Messrs I,e I,eivre, Harty and Slakelum have been busy strip ping during the week. Although the viel j will 1); up to expectations several paddocks have been affected by smut. Mr J. Brennan has a huge waggon capable of carrying 140 bags to Wvcheproof, and he lias started carting. Mr McCarthy employs a traction engine to haul the wheat to Wvcheproof. After the harvest the farmers will be called upon to discuss tbe matter of taking definite action regarding a telephone connection with Wyche proof, either via.Thalia .or Wyche procf South. Mr W. McN it) is iii communication with Mr S. Sampson, M.H.R., on the matter, and when particulars of the cost of construction have been obtained a meeting may be called. An inspector of the Postal departm...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS AND LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1916. THE POSITION AT SWAN HILL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

The Donald Tiqe? With wliicb is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands ■ bokough Times. Editor, Harold A. Prider. Tuesday, Fkuruary 1, 1910. THE POSITION AT SWAN HILL Regarding the notice which is being sent to local recruiting bodies by the State Parliamentary Com mittee, the clause urging local bodies to use every endeavor to reach the farming class—that is anticipated to furnish large numbers of recruits— is engaging the attention of thoughc ful district residents. The Swan Hill shire contains an area of 3,0'>0 square miles., and every year thou sands of acres are being wrested from Nature, and subsequently placed under cultivation, Many thousands of bags of wheat are now neing taken from land that was a wilderness of mallee scrub two years ago. The pioneering work requires i ino.uy able-bodied young men, as the hardships are numerous, and the work of converting Victoria's otherwise waste area into wheat belts to supply the markets of the world is a most important one. A bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

BA.CKAC11K AND KIDNEY TROU151,K "MY KIDNEY'S WOULD THRO!!, AND SOME NIGHTS I. COULD NOT SLKKP AT ALL." "I suffered terribly from backache and Kidney Trouble for about six years, and at times the pain wai so bad tlnit I would groan with it," writes Mrs II. Uiirmeister, 12 Channel-Street, i'sallarat K„ Vie. -'At times my kidneys would \hrol>, for they were the weakest p-irt of my body. 1 was so bad at limes that I could not lie ou my back, and some nights 1 could not sleep at all, I felt so weak. I tried all kinds of advertised remedies, and pills, but none seomed to liolp me in tlio least, and I was really run down. A'kind friend recom mended mo to try Dr Slieldou's Gin Pills, which I did, and after the first few doses I felt they were going to do me good. I have only taken a small course of them, and feel excellent, I can sleep well, eat well, and do my household duties without a bit of trouble or pain, and I feel as happy as the days are long.'' Dr Sheldon's Gin l'ills are sold ...

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