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

PUBLIC NOTICE K are not going to say the Times is a popular paper, but we can refer .you to our advertising and ]et you .decide the matter, Listen! Advertisements in this journal will say move for you in one issue than all the politi cians born. Because everybody reads it; now, there's the secret of our suecess ! These advertisements pay for themselves because they are readable, and the paper is distributed over the wealth and breadth of the 1 Donald district, reaching the people ! who require your services most. It 1 is a truly local paper, the oldest, * and wants local support. Here is ! a contrast—our circulation in this ' district is the largest, and our } charges the smallest.- We have ' helped others can' we treat you 1 likewise ? ■ ANTO '3?* ANTO s EXTIBMIXATOR. ryillS preparation is a sure specific for 1 the wages of white anfi, and at the . same time preserves the timber from dry , rot, fungus, etc, and is'highly recommen- ' dud. Supplied to Victorian, New South Wales, and ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mechanics' Institute. THE ANNUAL MEETIING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 1 February 1916

The Mechanics' Institute. THK ANNUAL MliKTlNG. Tbe annual meeting^of the-Don ald Mechanics' Inslitute was held on Friday eveniug last, when the following officers were appointed for the ensuing year :—President Mr R. M. R. Skewes ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs W. E. Thomson and J. Dunn ; honorary secretary, Mr W. K. Thomson ; honorary treasurer, ,Mr A. S. Colby ; Auditors, Messrs K. G. Anderson and J. Henderson ; Committee, Messrs Skewes, Dunn, Thomson, Beckham, Patterson, and Colby. Tfoe retiring secretary, Mr H. G. Nicol, has .offered his serv ices to the Empire. We have beeu unable to secure a copy of the annual report and bal ance sheet, which, we understand, has been mislaid.

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

THE BIG ARCADE DRAPERS, TAILORS & CLOTHIERS, Bridge Street, Ball'arat ARE now showing all the latest ideas in SUMMER CLOTH ING for man or woman, boy or gitl. Everything you can wish for in holiday clothing will come to you mail free.—Send a post card and ask for Tyler's summer catalogue. Our Prices Fit Your — Pocket,. — THE TIMES—£1 YEAR POST FREE. wabbeMd as os SPECIAL BAEGrAIW S A WD COS CHILDREN'S [r^ G5> is* © © Is3 © We are "determined not to carry over any of these Hues, .consequently an early start lias been made in reducing these lines. The balance of voiles ..and cotton goods, and remnants will be greatly dis counted during' this sale. . . , eJDBlHn <fl The Una versa! Providers 'Perfect Bridal Portraits' No wedding nowadays is considered coniplelo without the bridal portrait, and no bridal portrait is considered satisfactory unless ic bears tlie name of Richards & Co. This name is a, guarantee that your bridal portrait will possess all the qual...

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

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kcan a Co. Coachbuilders). New and Up-to.date Premises now open. Si-ficious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and 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. o TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD At the request of several of our sub scribers, we again publish tlie fuli list oil their behalt. . Subscribers uud the public generally would do well to out the liBt out and keep ■ uiiu.8 for reference. _ 44 j. I,. Bales, Baker, \\ ood Street. 13 Haslet <t Sou, Commission Agents ; ami Private Residence. 59 C. I£. Basset & Sons, Woods Street DS A. S. Blundy, Builder, Woons Street; and Privato Residence, Woods St. 49 J H- Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Banyena Ed. 3ti P. Bourke, Farmer. L'3 Dr. J. Calliouu. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewellers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

milk IN-POWDER I'OKM U IN thesu hard times.'every houscwftE'g .'must • ecouotnUe. find Trufoopg Powdered Milk a blessing in our honsei^j! it is a real m^iiey saver. Thus wrofct s,?5;« grateful lady, and herexpsrHn'ce has bjajJS: endorsed by householders throughout;"^: Australia, who have been usiti£ IVwdatliSjj Milk for a considerable period. T!i» sy43?i tern by which pure cow's milk is c<mvi!r!ei;>y| into powdor form may wall lie iwasitWJjll one of the marvellous -inventions of ern times. The patent rights v.vr seerol'ij;? by. a Victorian Company, and llu Iraili^S iugs and plant were erected at Li!enarmir^,f? ton (in the ceiitre of the far-fanod \VesUB*$t$ District) at a cost of about ^"50,0iW. Kwjc'v precaution is tsken , to obtain I"'re milk, aud: tho supply is drawu fro* radius , of about four miles only. dairymen deliver milk each ui evening, and then withiu two or tliMj-ag hours ttie milk is converted inl-o powtesgS: It is packed in tins ready for m u-ketjiiffej ...

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Epistles to the Editor. IS THIS PATRIOTISM? [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

Epistles to the Editor, IS THIS PATRIOTISM ? §| r-e* Sir,—At a reception to one of otirig brave soldiers, who receutly return^ ed frotn the Dardanelles, in tks§§ Watcheui Iiall, I noticed none oiff those so-called loyal and patrioticjSj citizens known as the Black Kaglal! present. What is the reason oflhiifg uupatriotic action ? Were thejp grieving over the Kaiser ? Was itg^ because some of the young fellowiS would be told by the youug hero,fife who had served liis country so nob-gg ly, that they would be taken froaita thtir mother's apron strings, au^ sent to the war ? Where was 's'7 representative of the Shire Council'*. Why did they- not roll up, aud gi\e " him a welcome aud banquet, ai i they have doue for others, wIiin service uever run theui into dangers —I aui, &c., TRUE. BRITISHER. || Watchem, January 26. ||

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Women Workers. IN IRRIGATION AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

f f*1" Women Workers, m IN IRRIGATION AR1US. If At the luncheon teudered to tfi» jl soldiers of the Bendigo military p camp in the Eiglehawk Town Hi|| Wi on Wednesday last, Mr Alf K. Chi-il vers stated that during last week hefe had witnessed in the Swan Hill dis- || trict women ploughing the soil in|| the irrigation settlements, thereby Hi enabling the men to get away. It|i£ was no uncommon thing to see women /working in the paddocks^ this year. He maintained tuat no j§| Britisher could witness this without p having a heart of cast iron. (wudU applause) He had had eight years^ in the Rangers,; and the term wa;|| one of tlfe happiest in his life. (Ap'gj plause) Within an hour he would|| enlist, but owing to au accident metjg| with matiy year^ ago he thought liste would, have to remain with tlieg? mayor (Cr Oswald). However, !i:gp had said "yes" on his card, anlf§ .wheu the authorities wanted himlup| would go. (Loud applause) Mrsf? Chivers subsequently offered his ser-jS vices, but w...

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An Appeal to Patriotism. A CHANCE FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

An Appeal to Patriot! sm, A CI-IANCIi FOR I'AR.MliRS. Some time ago au appeal \vas uiade to our farmers by the Donald P. & A. Society asking them to do. nate half per cent of their wheat yield to the Sick aud Wounded Sol- PS diers' Fund. There is probably a# fH more deserving fund existent, bat ! the response has not yet been a5 I large as was anticipated, although | several patriotic gentlemen have al. ready expressed their willingness to | contribute to this most deserving j fund. On Tuesday afternoon i\fc! II. S. Pope delivered 12 bags o! i wheat to the Donald Farmers' Grainshed Association for this fund, i Mr Pope is most interested in the fund, and in view of the fact that I the majority of farmers obtained! heavier yields than anticipated, he i considers it the duty of every farm er to contribute their share of hali j per cent, which, if all responded, would bring itf upwards of /TOO.} I It's an appeal to the patriotism oii I the farmers, and we have evidence | | to su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

FOU THE COMPLEXION. Every woman should take prido and de light iu her personal appearance, and 110 woman can be truly boautiful without she has the bright eyes, rosy cheeks, and the fresh, clear complexion of health. Every woman may possess these clurm.s if she will attend eavolully to her physical condition, and to accomplish this she will find Laxo-Touie Fills invaluable, for eloan blood moans a clear complexion, ami Laxo Tonic Fills taken as a toiii;, will give anyone clean, pure, red blood. Regular size. Is ; double, 2a. Obtainable every where. The death is announced from Swan Island of Mr A. Stevens, who was formerly a journalist 0:1 the Ararat Advkrtisur. He was em ployed ou the Ksseudou Kxi'RKss at the time of his death, For CUroute dual Complaints Wood's Great Peppermint <^luo •* * TT-WT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

FINAL NOTICE HAVING decided to leave the States, ALL ACCOUNTS owing to me MUST BE SETTLED BY MARCH 1st, 1916. J P. MORGAN, Douald, January 15.

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News and Notes SOME COMING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

News and Notes SO MLS COMING SAUSS. Farmers requiring sheep are re minded that Mr W. A. Morgan will yard 1-100 sheep at bis yards on Saturday. Included in the lots to bs offered are a splendid line of Lincoln ewes (studs) and a number of Lin coln lambs. Lines of wethers will be sold in lots to suit farmers. Two good srore pigs and 10 well-bred young pigs will also be offered. TO SWEETEN THE BREATH To sweoten tbo breath tike a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They are invalue able for the relief anil prevention of dis orders of tho stomach and liver, which cause bad breath. They stimulate tho bowels to perform their work, thus cleans ing the system. By taking one of Cham berlain's Tablets at regular intorvals you will never be troubled with bad breath. Sold by Haunali Bros. Mr W. H. Gray will hold u special horse sale at Donald on Wednesday, March 1st. Melbourne aud other buyers will attend this sale. THERE'S A LONG LIST. There is a long list of mothers in your community who will tel...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1916. IS IT PATRIOTISM? [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

The Donald Tinje? With whicb is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands eoroogh Times. Editor, Harold A. Prider. Friday, February 4, 191<i. IS IT PATRIOTISM ? Thkkk issues ago we published a letter, under the above heading, from a correspondent signing him self "Vigilant," and that letter was answered by Messrs Goldiug aud L,ance, the gentlemen whom our correspondent attacked for alleged lack of patriotism. This was foll owed by a rejoinder from "Vigi lant." We were certainly interes ted in the controversial aspect of the correspondent, but now we hear it said that the letter was written by either Mrs Morgan or her employes. We object to this insinuation. To the public '"Vigilant" must remain in coguito, unless he cares to reveal his name on his own initiative, for we acceptel the nom-de-plume in good faith, aud we propose to ad here to the accepted literary law. The proprietress aud editor of this journal have had uo more to do with the manufacture of these let ters th...

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Equity of Service. NOT A WAR OF CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

Equity of Service. NOT A WAR OF CLASSICS. Mr W. A. Watt, at a recruiting meeting at Armadale on Fridaj', said:—"To many in this country voluntarism seemed best ; but be did not believe in it. He bad believed for twelve months— since the war liad increased in in tensity—that it was the duty of a nation to introduce a system of con scription. A disadvantage of the voluntary system was that it left the waster in bis home. Conscription not only led to equity of Service, but he believed it was the only way the nation could ba organised to meet the enemy. This was everybody's war, not a war of classes. The poor man stood to loose what was more to him than . anything else—his standard freedom. All had taken their places shoulder to shoulder as privates in the great army of Aus tralia. There were some people who .still called out for peace. They ought to be labelled asses This was no time for peace. If we obtained it now it would be at the sacrifice of our own honor and liberty, and our chi...

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SENSATION IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

SENSATION IN EUROPE. Pkksiukn'T Woodrow Wilson has delivered an important speech at Ne^v York. He made a strong plea for military preparedness in the United States. He laid emphasis on the manner in which he had strug gled to keep the peace, but said that the liberty and honor of the nation wore more important than peace. He admitted that in his message to Congress he had said that the need of preparedness was not a pressing one ; but he had learned much in the meautime. Americans had a deep-seated passion for peace, but they were willing to light at any time for the vindication of their character and honor. They would at no time cravenly avoid a contest. They would rather surrender terri tory thau ideals. He desired to em pbasise tue fact that circumstances of the world to-day were not what tbey were yesterday. "I cannot tell you," he continued, "what the in ternational relations will be to-mor row, and I use that word literally. I dare not keep silent and let the country suppose t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

. UNCKEASINGMISIiUV Kidnoy Sufiferers Get Little Kest Or Com fort. 'I'llero is little sleop, • little rest, little peace for many a sufferer from kidnaj trouWg, Iiifo is one continual round of pain. Vou can't rest at night when there's b.'ckache. You duller twiuges and "stubs" of pain, annoying urinary disorders, lauio neas and nervousness. You can't- be com fortable at work with darting pains aud blinding dizzy spells. Neglect these ailr ments and serious troubles may follow, liegiu u3ing Doan's Hickaehe Kidney Pills at the first sign of disorder. Thousands, have testified to their merit. Mrs II. I,e Coiiteur, Donald, says: — "l'uur Uottlui of Doan's lUckaelio Kidney I'illa curod ma of kidney trouble about twelve months ago and I have been quite free ot the coinplaiut ever since. I was bad for a longtime, the constant headache being very trying, spoiling my rest at night aud making me tired and languid during the day. I. was also troubled with di/.zy feelings, and the secretions we...

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Federal Income Tax. SOME INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

Federal Income Tax. SOME INFORMATION. This week a beginning will be made in sending out the Federal income tax assessments. Payment is due ivithin a month of the assess ment papers being received. The Act authorising the imposition of the tax was pissed by the Federal Parliament on September loth 1 15. No delay occured in issuing the documents. Kach person in receipt of £157 or upwards a year was re quired to make a return of income derived from all sources for the year ended June '30th. These returns, according to the original notice had to be furnished in each State by November .30th, but the Act was amended and the time extended From time to time taxpayers who experienced difficulty in giving all the complicated details asked for have beeu granted further extension. The number of returns sent out in Victoria (including those from the central office dealing with income in more than one State) is between 1.30,000 and 1-10,000, and in the whole Commonwealth, -1()0,000 pro bably, so ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

SHAMPOO TOUR HAIR WITH REXOXA SOAP. To slumpoo or wash the hair with Rex on» Soap'is an easy task, but the results arc startling. It leaves the hair in such a beautiful condition, the scalp perfectly clean and wholesome. The hair becomes light and fluffy, waving abo»t the face in abundance as beautiful hair should always, iippoiir. Rexona Soap leaves a delicate perfume, invigorating the roots of the hair, which prevents greyness. A few shampoos with Rnxona Soap effectively removes every trace of dandruff or loose and falling, hair. Ladie? who use it for the hair say that Rexona Soap is far bottor than any of the so-ealled hair tonics, liuy a cake to-day from your chemist or store keeper. It is beautifully put up and sold. uL Is per tablet, or you can gyt it in boxes containing three tablets in b box. Obtain able everywhere. For Cbt'owV. Chest Coni[jluiut Wood's Great Fe^nyiul yme.

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The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

The Markets. Oil behalf of Mr J. P. McMahou, Mr W. II. Gray will offer 355 acres of laud, situated at Massey, at the next Watchem market. G-ray & Son will also offer 150 acres, situated at Warmur, on behalf of the Estate of Henry Powell. The special sale of cattle to be held at Mr W. A. Morgan's yards to-day promises to be another suc cess. A good yarding is expectad, and buyers from all leading centres will be present. The special sale held by Mr W. A. Morgan in his yards on Wedaesr day last was a fairly successful one. The demand for horses by local far mers was very small. In all 25 good useful sorts changed hands, two trucks going to the northern Mal'ee. Mares and geldings brought up to ,£40 ; good useful sorts from ,£30 to .£36 10s. Another special sale will be held later in this month at the quest of northern farmers, who will want a lot of horses to put the crops in with. Mr \V. A. Morgan reports hav ing effected the following sales dur ing the mouth of January :—A/cM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

Commonwealth for'Su General Banking1 Business intho 11KAU OFFICE " SYDNEY principal CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances mule to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills ami collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Kankin;; and Kn':lia:i<;e Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, I'nited Kingdom and abroad. Currcu* accounts opened. Interest paid oa fixed deposits. Ad\ajK-es made against, approved securities. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGSNCIE8 at over ... . _ Poot OfUceo Intorcot at 1 255© 1" Auotralla Per 0 Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL SavinpB Bank Facilities * JlMKS H*;:,'.. m?Tj OuTtrnor. Jnne^tSti HEXI3>.V MILT-Kit. fiurcrnor I X,yric Under local directiou. St. George's Hall. Evary Saturday Night As the management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges aud are in possession of a first cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 4 February 1916

•KK H IT Tf\ f( ixsj ,-f^ r j" fN A $f. ml || II i fg/1 £Ss> *v £/ rJ^&A h f 4 Mk^J\ © <±^=3/ cUs MELBOURNE.. SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, Careful Valuations, iighest Prices, and Prompt Returns. COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Mcdicine to Very Young Children and, in many cases the hesitation is quite justifiable; but the Public need not have any fear about HEARNES BRONCHITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the facft that - HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE . is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN, ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS and COLDS ljt& rfe €3^ I ' ***. I rf %* '4 Sa «w fH ill km feiciz: jj5 TOM ELLIOTT Marvborouo'li All I Commissions Execute I on 1 Government Licensed g Racecourses. | Sufficient Address I TOM ELLIOTT { j Maryborough £ CO...

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