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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Local and General News The cool change on Friday last had a semblance of mid-winter about it- Good steady rains fell throughout the day, and 80 points were registered by Mr W. G. Pearse at the B.»nk of Victoria. Mrs A. McDonald, of Donald, on Satin day received word that her son Private Duncan McDonald is in Cario Hospital suffering from a mild rash. Mr J. Watts, of Donald, is reliev ing Mr D. J. Oadrtermaine for three weeks, as electrician at the Wyeheproof power house. A meeting of the Donald P. & A. Society will be held at the Royal George Hotel 011 Saturday, next to~ consider the resignation of the £.ec-! retary, Mr J. A- Gardiner. Thi next mail for the Expedition ary Forces in Fgypt will be taken by the Khyber, and will close at the Melbourne post office at 5 p.m. 011 Tuesday, 8th February. Parcels must reach the Melbourne Post Office not later thau 10 a m. oh Mouday, 7th February. So far the frauds Department has been called on to deal with but few applications for lan...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Wife's Dishonesty. MRS ALLEN AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

A Wife's Dishonesty. MRS AU.KN" AGAIN. A farmer's widow, Mary Mig nonette Alleu, St Arnaud (who car ried an infant in her arms), appeared before Mr Goldsmith, P.M., at Prahrau Court on Thursday, charg ed with having on August 27th last, imposed 011 Thos. H. Richardson, clerk at the Chas. M. Read Stores, by means of a valueless cheque for .£■10. The evidence showed that the wo men purchased goods to the value of £1') 10s 7d, tendered a cheque for ,£-10 011 the L,eongatha branch of the Bank of Victoria in paymeut, and received £20 9s 5:1 change. The cheque proved to be valueless. Constable McPhee, who arrested accused at St Arnaud, said she had been convicted of threa similar of fences. Mr H. de Gruchy (instructed by Messrs Gilfillan and Mitchell, of St Arnaud), appearing for accused, said lier buslund, overcome by llie shame of her actions, had committed suicide, He died intestate, leaving an estate valued at ^loOO. Accused was entitled to one-third of the estate out of which she wou...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Empire's Appeal. CONSCRIPTION ADVOCATED [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

The Empire's Appeal. CONSCRIPTION." ADVOCATED liarl Russell declares that if con scription be introduced the glory of Great Britain will diminish. Bah ! "As sure as the suu will rise in the east to-uiorrow, Germany is after Australia," says Mr Elmslieto the workers of Victoria. "It is no use cheering for the flag," says Mr Elrnslie, M.P. If this country was worth holding, it was worth fightiug for. "I feel nothing but contempt," says Mr W. S. Manifold, M.I/.C., ''for those cold blooded, .cold-footed cowards who stays at home." Here it is ! The Chief Secretary says the proposal for the conscrip tiou of wealth is utter nousense. Oh, Mr McL,eod ! Admiral Kalan von Hofe, a Tirp itz tar, ridicules the idea that Brit tauia rules the seas—au empty boast. Gott strafe Jellicoe ! The etilistmeuls at Douald ate still below expectations.The en: listments to date are Messrs Peck. Cottingham, Nicol, Gilbert, and— who next ? The Archbishop of Canterbury believes conscription to be a plain, straigh...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIAN ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

T AS MAN I AN A'DVICIi. Orchardists and others whose crops are being damaged by the above pest will be interested iu the following letter received by Mr C. Freuch, Government Entomologist, from Mr F. H. Bnrbury, Richmond, Tasmania "When engaged iu fruit growing at Mildurasome years ago I had two acres of peaches at tacked by the Rutherglen bug. By the following simple aud inexpensive remedy I saved a fine crop of fruit, which otherwise \\sould have beeu ruined. Oil a day when a gentle breeze was blowing I made smudge fires at intervals among the trees aud sprinkled a little sulphur on them. Practically every insect was cleared out, aud I was not again troubled with them. Should sul phur be used fires must not be_ made too near the trees, otherwise foliage will b: damaged."

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

THIS MOST P ATI EXT PEOPLE Must show aunoyaucu at times. Iiverpbody has their hour of trouble, but people having ^ny irritation of the skiu have many Inurs of trouble. Noth ing so annoying; ujthing so irritating. It's a hard and trying position. J,3ave it alone; nu<! you can hardly bear it. Iielief aud cure have come at last. People have put it to the test. Doau's Ointment cures skin disease. People are learning that this is so. Here is a case in point:— Mrs.W. II. Clarke, late of Wood Street," Donald, aud now living in Ballarat, says:—"I used Doau's Ointment for an irritation of the skin which troubled me off and on for some time, and this prepar ation cured it The irritation was very trying, but t eould never get anything to do mo any good, until I got Doau's Ointment at Hannah's store I aui very grateful for my euro." Five years later, Mrs Clarke siy3 :—"I have bean quite free of the skiu irritation ever since Doan's Ointment cured we, five years ago." Doau's Ointment ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPERIMENT AT STAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

EXPERIMENT AT STAWEIX. | A gentleman residing a few miles j out of Stawell trisd an experiment last week with a view to ridding a fruit tree (says the Stawell Nkws) of the Rulliergleii fly, which aboun ded in large numbers. He covered an apricot tree with a sheet, aud by burniug sulphur soon had the tree charged with sulphur fumes. This had the desired effect for the time, but the pest soon afterwards reap peared. The cover was left on the tree aud as an additional experiment carbide - fumes were tried. This proved very effective, and succeeded in clearing Ruthefglsn fliesjfroui the vicinity, and^ from prestnt appear ances it looks as if the tree is going to die. The orchardist now wonders whether the pest or the experiment is the worst.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Commomvcaltl)JJfe JBankc Siistealia iikad iUFKi: SVi)^EY General Banking Business p^lkai CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON CaUc reniii tangos mad*? to, and drafts drawn 0:1 forciyn places rfirccC. foreign bills ni'pJiiuicil ami t-olieiitcU. Keller* of cre<lit Usued to anr part of the world. Banking and Kvlian^e l!u»incss of eiery description transacted within the C'omniomt'eaJtb, T'nit.d Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. ' Advances made again*: approved securities. Savings Ba^Es Department BRANCHES in the chief ccntres and AGENCIES at over - _ ___ Post Offlcoa Interest at I _ 2S50 in Australia. per annum O .. » Deposit and pafJua up to £300 1STKKSTATE ami INTERNATIONAL Strings Bank Facilitifa [ JAliKS K!'.!.1.. I>pjiu*t OorfrnAf. June. W15 DK.VIS *\ JIH.U'K. (invert,a Mke SUMMER SALE — Bi-x.ixs To-I)ay At — MISS. KEAN'S Special bargains in ''Ueatly to Wear" Costumes, - including ereme Jap costumes, Tussore Si lie cost...

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

Liberal Advances ensuing Clips, and all consignments of Wool, Gram, and Produce. *% iriiA,0 A Lk MELB@U1SNE SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND // Valuations, A & FMAMCE C0, LTD' South Kensington William Street MELBOURNE are rery liable to catch T| cold. They have to go in all weathers— ==ss often haying to sit in school with wet feet. Apart from this, they are always facc to fate with the risk from infeclion—especially.when epidemics of W hooping Coui|h, .Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about. Moiherz of School Boys and Girls however can he always FREE of A NX IE IT if they have a bottle of <01 9 iU Cure in liie house, as one dose of this Medicine at the firr-t indication of a "cold ' will at once "nip in the hud" w hat might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Group, Golds on the Chest iR!; "W' r?M m h All Commissions Execute on government LICENSED Racecourses. Sufficient Address TOM...

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

JIUXONA Roxoiut, 111'.* Rapid llealur, is specially I ilosi"iiiiJ to tlio ucuds of sull'erers i from Eczema and oilier Skiu Diseases. If ' used ill lli<; ciirlv status it promptly heals and oven tliu nj'>=t uhstinalo cases will yield to liursuvLTiiitf U-eatmeut with liex oiui. Trice is lid -Mud 3s. OhtaiuaUe ^verywljcrc.

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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 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 firiugr line. \Ve would be glad to in sert the names of those unintention ally omitted.; t A—R Alien, H Allen, W Abbott, A Allen, S Aitkin,- VV Adlam. 1J—-Jjienfc j 0 Barrie, RII Ruber, J Barry, Jj 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 Bellevell", A \V Birber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Baiies, C Byrne and \V Burge, "J J Bray,.'B F Baird, A Brockenshiro C—H Cannard, J Cleine-.its, W Coombs, J Gautwell, J Cameron, JTCase}*, A. Chapman,' R Cmiksliank, F Cole, A Cleary, M Caliir, J CavanngU. J Clark, Jack Clarke, A C'ttingham, T Caunard, \V . Cruiekshank. IJ—C D'Altou, tl De Melker, J P D'Arcy, O Davey, W Davidson, R Dickie. . K Dillon K—J Egan, J EMieridgo; A Eisoliolt, W iiischolt, G Evans. F II Floyd, A Foster, N Fielding, J • »• 'Freain, J J Fa...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Rutherglen Fly Pest. LOCAL DEPREDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

The Rutherglen Fiy Pest. I,OCAI, DliPREDATIONS. The Ruthergleu fly is still carry ing on its depredations in the Don ald district, and practically every garden iu the town is being, or has [ been attacked. The pest is not at a!! particular as to what kind of vegetation it gets its sustenance from—tomatoes, peaches, apricots, figs, in short, all fruits, vegetables, and flowers are alike to it, and it is even said that the past has drawn the honey from the flowering trees. So far, there is 110 sign of the fly making its disappearance.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Sales of Horses. SENATOR PEARCE'S NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Sales of Horses. SENATOR PEARCE'S NOTICE The Minister of Defence writes as follows :—"It has come under my no'ice that agents and dealers were j advertising horse sales at which, they stated, buyers of military horses would be in attendance. Such advertisements were not au thorised by the department, an 1 were misleading to the public, who sold uuder the impressiou that they were (,oing so to authorised Gov eminent buyers. The only persons authorised to advertise for horses for military purposes were the pur chasing officers of tbe Iiorse'Pur chase Boards operating in Victoria, and those officers were always pro vided witu documentary evidence of bona fides. The public was notified that any person who falsely repre sented himself-as acting on behalf of the department was liable to a penalty not exceeding £'20 or irn ; prisoument without hard labor for three mouths."

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Tragic Death in America AN EX-DONALD LAD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Tragic Death in America AN EX-DONALD I,AD. It will come as a shock to the tnauy friends of Mr R. Henson Broadhurst, Shire Engineer of Dun ruuukle, and formerly- cf Donald, and of hii, wife and family, to bear' of the sudden death by accident in America of their eldest son, Gecff rey. The tragic news was cabled to them during Christmas week, but it was only on Wednesday last that details of the accident were receive ! by letter. It appears that the young man, who was well known in Doa ald, and was for a time employed at the Wimmera Flour Mil's, Kupan yup, about two .years ago left Aus tralia to take up mechanical engin eering in America, and it was while employed amongst machinery in a large factory at Seattle that he met uis tragic death. He was caught by whirling machinery and mangled up to> the thighs, and during the two hours spent in extricating, him remained conscious, giving instruc tions how to be released. Tue poor boy, however, only lived two hours after being extricated...

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

TUB HEALTHV MAN WINS Indigestion means iuiperfnct nourish ment, and that liioans poor health. In these days of strenuous competition it is tha healthy man who wins. Nothing equals Chamberlain's Tablets for clearing the stomach of undigested food and pro moting a flow of gastric juices which are indispensable iu the process of digestion. Indigestion always produces a tendency to constipation and tor this alone Cham berlain's Tablets are invaluable. Sold by Hannah Bros. A meeting with the view of form ing a fuud for local sick and wouu ded returned soldiers, was held at Mr W. A. Morgan's office-on Fri day evening. There was.a large attendance, over which the Shire President (Cr T. W. Cantwell, J.P.) presided. Mrs Beckham requested the amalgamation of the proposed fund and the Beckham Fund, and the meeting then adjourned to con sult the trustees of the latter fund— Messrs G. F. Oakley, W. Sproat, and W. A. Morgan,

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The Markets. SOME COMING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

The Markets. SOME COMING SAI,I5S. Mr W. II. Gray will hold a special horse sale at Douald oil Wednesday, March 1st. Messrs Young Bros, aud Mr \V. II. Gray will conduct the next mar ket at Watchem on Thursday, Feb ruary ITtb, and not oil the IOth inst as stated in last issue. On behalf of Mr J. P. McMahon, Mr W. H. Gray will offer 355 acres of laud, situated at Massey, at the next Watchem market. Messrs A. J. Simpson & Co. will hold a sheep sale at St Arnaud on Thussday next, particulars of which are advertised in this issue. Owners of horses will do well to note that Mr W. A. Morgan's spe cial sale of horses will take place on Wednesday next at the Douald Sale Yards. This sale has been well ad vertised in the Northern prees, aud quite a number of buyers have pro mised to attend. Arrangements have been made to have buyers present who will buy all classes lit for war purposes. The sale will start at 1.30 sharp. Messrs Edward Trenchard & Co and Messrs Hancock & ...

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Red Cross Society. THE DONALD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Red Cross Society. Tin; DONALD BRANCH. The Donald Red Cross Society desires to heartily thank Mesdanies Broughton and Smith, vthe organi sers of the Jumble Fair, held on the 22nd ultimo for amount received, also all those who contributed and gave their assistance at the fair. The following donations ate gratefully acknowledged :—Miss K Pope, literature ; Miss Jean Schafer, pair sox ; Miss Edith Schafer, two pairs sox ; Mrs \V. II. Lewis, doz yards calico ; Mrs F. G. Anderson, two pairs sox ; Mrs P. McPherson, I cusliiou and literature ; Mrs J. Mil I burn, '(> lb tin cocoa, and literature ; Mrs W. J. Murray, pair pillow slips and roll flannelette ; Mrs Tudor, pair sox'; Mrs Hancock, three pairs sox ; Mrs Jones, Sen., milk jug cov ers. Seven boxes of soldiers' goods have been forwarded to headquar ters during the week, and three large parcels fromCorack have been received to be despatched, The Collector (Miss L. Meyer^ reports the following donations: — Mesdanies Broughton and Smit...

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Is it Patriotism? A CHALLENGE RAISED;. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

, Is it Patriotism ? i ' A CHALLENGE RAISED;. To the Editor. Sir,—I n reply to Messrs Golding and Trance. Yes, gentlemen, I do claim to be patriotic—not patriotic in giving a percentage of my surp lus money in excess of my weekly wage, but patriotic in every sense of the word. If you have any doubt about the matter, place £o in the "liauds of the Editor of the TimKS, and I will do the same, and if I am not more patriotic than you, the t" 10 to go to the Sick and Wouuded Sol diers' Fund. If I fail to prove my challenge, the decisiou to be left in the hands of the president and coun cillors of the shire.' If you do not come up to the scratch, oyster re patriotism iu the future. Secondly, you say I am afraid to sign my name. Do not make a mistake ; every one has a reason for doing as he wishes. "Vigilant" came from quite au unexpected quarter. If you choose to come between my target and myself, don't blame me if the ball strikes you. You state I am in entire ignorance of the cir cumsta...

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Silence of Dean Maitland. A REMARKABLE PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

Silence ot Dean Maitland. A REMARKABLE PICTURE. St George's Hall will 110 doubt be crowded 011 Saturday eveniug, when the Lyric Pictures will feature that remarkable drama, "The Silence of Dean Maitland," which drew multi tudes to the pavilions in Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney some tour years ago. We reprint the excerpts from the deau's last sermon, which explains the picture :—"The three darkest blots upon the soul of man —impurity, bloodshed, treachery-r liave stained my soul Nineteen years ago, when in deacon's orders, I led au innocent youug girl astray. I was the tempter—I who fell be cause I deemed myself above temp tation. The father of this poor girl discovered my iniquity, and fell-up on me with violence. I11 the strug gle, I know not how, I killed bim. But even that is not the full meas ure of my iniquity. I had a friend —I loved him more than any mort al. Suspiciou fell on him through my fault. He ■ was tried for my crime, found guilty, aud sentenced to 20 years' penal ...

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The Donald Directory [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 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 firms, 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, — DuAL'KRY —■ 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. — Auctionkkrs, &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. Caldow, Ouyen, Me.=srs Colbert Bros, Watchem, Mr W. Willey, Woods Street, Mr W. G. Pitty, McCulloch Street, Messrs Basset & Son, McCullocli Street, Mr J. Meagher, McCulloch Street, — Wooi, Buykrs — Dalgety & Co. Ltd...

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

VISIONS 01' WKAI/m visit us all, at times, but are not likoly to come true witnout the good health which will enable us to grasp tbo wealth that continual striving brings. Nothing is so suro to pull down the vitality as the con stant Colds, ,Coughs, and Catarrh, which afflict so many people, and nothing will so surely prevent those weakening diseases as Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Cold3, that lemarkablo curative medi cines for all disorders of the Nose, Throat, 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 nose. It is guirauteed. Try it. Price Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. For Chronic Chest Coaiplaiuts Wood's Great Peppermint Cure

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