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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

TO SWKKTHN THE BRKATH^ To sweeten thy b-euth take ft c?dI>j. Chamberlain VlVibleU. Thoy able for the relief and jn-i:Vt3ntiot) orders of th<? stomach ;m<i ^ver' * 'cl eanse bad breath. They stituiu;!1^^ bowels to perforin their work, itig the svsfcow. Hy taking ona 0 ,.r;^ berlaiu's Tablets at regular interv y will never be troubled with b.w "r S •>jM by 11^*:!;^^ "r-i. |

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IS THIS PATRIOTISM? [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

IS THIS PATRIOTISM ' Sir.—In its issue of Jauuao' the St Aruaud Mijrccrv rid'CUf; Mr Mc3ratii, M.P., and said>. Conservatives of St George's. cloa, towered aboye him in of outlook,'in devotion to and to the liberty for which * country stands. However, ^: awful socialist has now enlisted, r" I'll guarantee that the iuan wrote that twaddle is still for holes iu other men's clotM'; I aui, &c. I,OVALIsT. Cope Cope, February Itli.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

A VALUABLE liliMIJDY. I'ilus arc a UfOgt t]^stressing complaint, anil should always receive prompt atteu tjoii. ttexona, tUfl R^piiJ I^eijer, ie a fumuiy specially prepared for tljo trcatr x meufc of p}J#s. It vill at once relieve and will be found ujosjfc effective, III every State iu Australia paople Ifayo testified to : the value of fte.tona for Pilus. Besoua is 1 sold at is ud- and Uj, Obtiiu^bltj every?

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SUGGESTION OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

A SUGGESTION OF PKACE.f Sir,—Knowing thatjyour paperfejj for many years been the advocate^ all matters of puDlic interest, | would like to make a suggestion 6| your readers and others, who bang the advancement of our towu^l district at heart. At present «| have a little squabble going oa-| nothing like the one in Iv.iropHg between our local townsmen c§ movies and patriotism. My suggsjl tioii is that a meeting be called raj the view of arranging, if possffi|| with the present owners of the p|| ture plant iu Donald, to bire it night a week, say Wednesday. can always make sure ofMrs.Mef~| treating us right re. the hire offe| The Council can supply the po;f%| perhaps frea. Locals, of whoffl^ have so many at all times could manage the show free S profits to be placed iu one of ourl^ cal banks, and some day we w-L-^ use them to build a sjldiers' club4a Donald, open to all persoi a'vj with reading rooms, billiard r and all that is desired by yaun® old, in honor of our fallen he^ and all ot...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Local and General News NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. Mr W. R. Pope, of Donald, lias donated 10 bags of wheat to the Sick and Wounded Soldiers' Fund. The Donald Brass Baud will ren der selections in the Donald Park on Wednesday evening. . Messrs Young Bros will conduct a special sheep sale at Watchem ou Thursday, February 17th, when over 2000 sheep will be yarded. St Patrick's Day will be celebrated at Donald on Wednesday, March 15th. The St Arnaud celebration will eventuate two days later. During the week 40 trucks of wheat were despatched from the Donald station. Approximately 70,000. bags are yet to be handled. Mr W. II. Gray will hold a special horse sale at Donald on Wednesday, March 1st. Melbourne and other buyers will attend this sale. The February meeting of the Don ald Water Trust will be held at the Shire I-Iall this evening, when the usual routine business will be tran sacted. The Methodist Conference will be opened on Monday, February 28th. It is understood that the Rev. R. Osbor...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"VIGILANT'S" COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

1' VIGII,ANT'S'' COMMl-NTS. | Sir,—Another reply to Messrs] Goldiag & Lance. Notwithstanding your kaleidioscopic twaddle, I re-f grel you characterise ine as uune&j essarily extending myself, subjects iug myself to mental worry, foolislM ly rushing into print, aud that I ami asking for information to deal witbj you. Will you read my letter onsj again ? You will see that I a-ig you to inform the public. I tolij you I knew. Your "writings majj be satisfying to yourselves, butdijj uot forget the public is to judge] I am in earnest after that £b forJ feit. I place you in the semblauc;| of a Richardson perch—very shy tof bite. But you have uuconsciouiljf nibbled, and I thiuk I can hooil you. If you look at my second letl ter you will see that I asked yo:| (not for myself, mind) who inform-! ed you there was not sufficient ware! to eutertaiu the public after 8 p.m;| Also to give the reasons why yo:| were advised to re-order your pro| gramme ? You religiously avoideit to to...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

A NIGHT ALARM . ! Worse than ail alarm of fire at night Is the brassy 'cough of croup which souuds like tljo pljildreu's death knoll, and it may ufeai> dcutlf tjnlo32 something is done quickly. L)r Sbeldqn's Ney Discovery j for Goiighs and Colds never fyijs fcp at j O^g felieAe the worst foruj of croijp. Sujall dose, pleasant to take, livery bjttle giiur^tifcoeijU Price, Is (Jd and 3s. Oljtaiif-. $l?le everywhere. J For Cqu-'omc Chest Conjplamts Wqsi'B Great Pe^§y«iat Cute

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Is It Patriotism? AN INTERESTING DEBATE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

k It Patriotism ? —.— AN INTERESTING DlJUATp To the Kditor. Sir,—I do not know whether i\ 1 is permissable for me to comment j upon the controversy raging^,! tween my good friends, Messrs | Golding and I/-iiiee, and "Vigilant;'. I who, I doubt not, is also a good I fellow, but the controversialists have interested me so exceedingly that any departure from the paths of literary etiquette may bj pardon able. In the first place "Vigilant" attacked the gentlemen named for a supposed lack of patriotism, audtV imputation was resented The matter would no doubt have ended 1 there and then, had uot a furlhei I letter from ' 'Vigilant'' crossed over j to another argument. The conse- f queues is that these literary lucubra. 1 tions are void, like chaos, and have! neither form nor meaning. Who! usay happen to be the most patriot- j ic concerns very few. OuecorresJ pondent wagers £r> on one matter, I and the others reply with a similar! wager on an altogether different arj gument ! For contra...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The March of the Brave YOUNG MEN MUST ENLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

The March of the Brave YOUNG MEN MUST KNLjIST. Colonel Abbott, M.P., is now in London, aud wains his fellow-Aus tralians that the Commonwealth has all at stake in this conflict. Sergeant Geo. Lorimer,' of St Arnaud, has been promoted to a lieutenancy. Lieutenant Lorimer has received many congratulations. Colonel Humphties states that there is room for 120,000 men in Victoria. Everything is ready, and there is plenty of equipment—men alone are now wanted. Sergeant Simon has been appoint ed recruitiug sergeant for Ouyen. Altogether 29 stated that they were prepared to enlist thete, and 81 stated later on. Captain Tom Parkin, au ex-presi dent of the Shire of Creswick, has enlisted. He is a councillor, aud fought iu South Africa. He has two.brothers at the front. Colonel A. H. Sturdee, of North cote, has been made a Companion of St Michael and St Georgi. He is a brother to Vice-Admiral Sir Freder ick Sturdee, the victor of the naval battle at Falklaud -Islands. Evidently this, column ha...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Sslt.YM.POO VOL'Ls. IIA. I It WITH RliXOXA SOAP. To shampoo or wash the hair with Rox onu Soap is au easy task, but the results arc startling. It leaves the hair in such a beautiful condition, the scalp perfectly clean and wholesome. Tile hair becomes light and UuiVy, waving abe"t the face in abundance as beautiful hair should always appaar. Rexona Soap leaves a delicate time, invigorating the roots of the , whicli prevents greyness. A few shaiupaos with Rexoua Soap etVeeti\*oly removes evory trace of daudruff or loose and falling hair. Ladies who use it for the hair say that Uexoua Soap is far better thauauy of the so-called hair tonics. !!uy a cake to-day from your chemist or store keeper. It is beautifully put up and sold at ls per tablet, or you can get it in boxes containing three tablets ill a box. Obtain able cs"orywhere. Have you anything worth sell ing '? Anything you wish to put to -the farmers ? Any goods, machin ery, sc., to place at the doors of the townspeople, farmers...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Epistles to the Editor. THE STIKE EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Epistles to the Editor; THE STIKE EPIDEMIC. [ Sir,—la the List issue of the M.ur, . there appeared the following com ! rnent upon Mr Fisher's remarks that the strikes are a most trivial incident when compared with Aus tralia's war accomplishments :—' It may be well for Mr Fisher to mini mise the 494 strikes which have ta ken place, but the Australian patri ot and humanitarian must wonder what the outcome will be." We all deplore .strikes, but is,it so crimiual an offence for men to; ask for what they consider their labor is worth ? The cost of living . is soaring up ward, the parasites of the commun ity are thriving, making huge pro fits out of the war, yet if the worker dare demand wages sufficient to feed and clothe his family respec tably the humanitarians brand him as disloyal aud.a traitor to society. Give the worker a fair deal—he is playing a noble part in the war.— I am, &c. ■ A WORKER.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Sensational Bolt. ONE WINDOW BROKEN [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

A Sensational Bolt. ONli WINDOW BROKEN Bolting horses are nut uncommon, and oft times one witnesses stirring moments, but it is doubtful if local residents had ever previous!}' witnes sed such au exciting bolt as that which occurred ou Saturday morn ing. It appears that Mr Goldsmith was iti Hatiimill Street when the pony, which was attached to a sulky, became frightened, and bolted. Several men ess'ayed to check it near Mr Arthur .Smith's, but the pony, with harness and shafts attached, gained the footpath, and careered up the right footpath of Woods Street from near Miss Hearu's prem ises, where several ladies had a nar row escape, right past the Royal George Ho.el to Miss Meyer's resi dence. The event was stirring, and it was expected that the plate glass windows of the business esthhlish ments would have been broken to smithereeus. One window was bro ken at Miss Prentice's confectionary shop, and several articles were sca'tered broadcast near the general stores.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

JBankoi3«stelia HKA1> OFFICE tti Genera? Banking Business prinlipai C1TIEO arid TOWMO of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable reniTiianccs ni»dc to, and drafts drawn on foreign placei direct. Foreign bills negotiated ami collected. Letter* of orcdit i«ued to any part of the Korld. Bau'iinif ciul Kx<*han;;e Ruiines* of trtrj deftiriptlon transacted within the Commonwealth, United Ikiri^doni end abroad. Current account* opened. Ietere»t paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Sa^oirBgs HarsEi Oopartaefiit BRANCHES in the chief centre« and AGENCIES at over _ „ Poot Offlcoo ■J/- dSoobT «n Auotrslja Intorcst at t^o/ par annum <*/o and Papua up to &SOO INTERSTATE and IKTERNATIONAl, Savi-offs Bank Facililie® jaMR« KEI.«.. Ut ' {;«», tue. 19Ji DENIS *X U1U.EP. * J JLyric Under local direction. St. George's Hall, Every Saturday Night | As tbe management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges and are iu posse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Clips, consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce. SALES Valuations, Highest Prices, Prompt Returns. *^£ES2£ E^£IL.©©U®B*S ON. & Stores: South Kensington Offices: William Street iliE^RTir COME 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 HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE JuTUv. This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. \V. G. Hearne who is a REGIS 1ERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce of his Magnificent- Reput ation on the facit that HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is equally beneficial ADULTS and the VERY AGED. 6,. .--r' - % | V % ii I 0t/ 1 .1 V. V* 'Ps.- / IlK 1" '$$Si This BIG ARC AD 1; DRAPERS, TAILORS & CLOT1TI1SRS, Bridge Street, Baliarat \ RK now sbowins; all Ibe latest J\. ideas in SUMMISR CLOTH ING for man or woman, boy cr girl. lSverytbiug...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1916. A STIRRING APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

The Donald Tiiqe^ With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands borough Timss. Editor, Harold A. Pricfer. | Tuesday, February 8, 1916. A STIRRING, APPEAL. j The Right Hon. Sir Frank Mad den, M.P.i writes as follows:—Ten I years ago, at Kew, when speaking to the hoisting of the flag on Empire Day, and in the presence of the then Governor, Sir Reginald Talbot, I told the cadets present why they should devote themselves to become good soldiers. I told them there was a powerful nation in the North Sea which was determined to conquer England if she could, and to rule the world ; that if by any means that nation succeeded in beating the English navy on the water, then it was as certain as the sun would rise next day that Australia would immediately be invaded by the Ger mans, and that the cadets to whom I was speaking, and all other Aus tralian forces, would have ,to fight to defend the Commonwealth from a cruel and relentless foe. Sir Regi nald Talbot reproved me for saying suc...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

OUR ROLL OF HON Oil I | A—R Alien, II Allen, W Abbott, A Allen, i S Aitkin, W Adlaw. ; 13—Lieut; J C Barrie, RH Barber, J Barry, L Birch, SI Berry, G Blair, W Barnes, T Bliss, R Bruce, I) i Barry, A Box, I' Ber.nett, IIJ \ Beckhatu. H Baird, J Booley, J ? Bellevelln, A \V B-irber, M Basset, 4 A Bennett, A Bailee, C Byrne und « W Burge, J J Bray, B F Baird, °| A Brockenshire 5 C—H Caunard, J Cleme.jts, W Couiubs, | J Cantwel!, J Cameron, J T Casey, j A Chapman, R Cruiksliank, *F I Cole, A Cleary, M Cahir, J Uavauagb. J Clark, Jack Clarke, A Cr.ttingham, T Caunard, W Cruiekshauk. O—C D'Aitou, il JDb Melker, J P D'Arcy, O Davey, W JUvidsol], R Dickie. R DUlon E—J lig.vn, J Etheridga. A Eisebolt, \V liiecholt, (i fivatie. l< II l'loyd, A Foster, X Fielding, J Fream, J J Faukner, A Fletelier, R II I'ergUKon, J Fislilock, ) D Freeland, W J Franklin, G—A A Gillies, \V Guild. C B Gilbert, A H Uiraud, A Gaylor, V/ Gil christ, It Goodwin, 8 Greenwood, W Gray, P Gria^old, A Guyatt. ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Important Question. AFFORESTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

An Important Question. AFPORK STATION. "Ho that planteth a tree hath ; done a national gold," saitli the Indian proverb The Japanese ver sion is, "Hath not lived in vain." In keeping with these seers, the wise men oi our I^ands Departmeut con ceived the idea of encouraging tree planting throughout the State, an i with this object iu view inaugurated a competition in tree planting, ex teudiug over a period of three years. The State (says the Avon Plains correspondent of the' St Arnaud MKijcl'rv) was divided into different sections, with certain specific! areas to be planted, the awards iu the various sections for not less than eight acres to be /<>0 first, .£25 sec oud, and £\ r> third. The trees plaute 1 were to be suit able for timber, shelter, or ornament ation, and in all instances had to be protected aud securely fenced. The idea was an excellent one, and should have commended itself to all north era land owners where plain country abounds, and the lack of shelt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

MIIyK IN POWDER FORM IN theso hard times every housewife must economise. I hud Trufood Powilered Milk a Massing in our house it is a real unncy saver. Thus wrote a grateful lady, atul hoc experience iuis baeit endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have been usiu^ Powdered Milk for a considerable period. The sys tem by which pure cow's milk is converted into powder form may well be considered one of the marvellous inventions of mod era times. Tho pitent rights wer secured by a Victorian Company, and tho build ings and plant were erected at Glenormis tou (in ilia centra of tho fir-fanod Western District) at a cost o£ abont ,£"50,000. Hvery precaution is taken to obtain pure fresh milk, and tho supply is drawn from a radius of about four miles only. The dairymen deliver milli each morning and evoning, and tlieu within two or three hours the milk is convorted into powder. It is packed iu tins ready for market ; in this form, tho milk retains its freshness i and purity. Ail ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Assault Case at Banyena ACCUSED DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Assault Case at Banyena ACCUSi'. ) DISCHARGE0. At the St Artiaud Police Court on Friday, before Mr P. H. V. Elli gett, S.M., the young immigrant, William Tickell, was charged with iudeceut assault upjn a girl mder the age of sixteen years at Bauyeri on January 17tb. Superintendent Hewitt prosecuted, and Mr J. R. Kirkpatrick, of Ballarat, appeared for the accused. Mrs Anderson, of Banyena, de posed that accused was in the em ploye of her husband, and was en gaged sewiug bags oil the farm. The girl, who was unier her care, made a complaint to her, hue 110 word was said to the accused. The latter was always well behaved. Mrs Mary Bell, of Banyena. said she had seen "the girl on the parti cular day, and thought she appear ed strange in the eyes. The girl complaiue -3 of pains in her legs, and witness rubbed them with whiskey, as she thought the girl might have been bitten by a snake. Dr Fleming said he examined the girl, iu the presence of Mrs Ander son, at Banyena about midnight on the...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

tiu-;riv's a long vst. There is a long list of mothers in your community who will tell vou that thoy keep Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy always on hand. .That they never allnv a cold to get a firm hold in their home. That they have found that one or two doses of Cham berlain's Cough remedy taken at the iirst f,sywptoms will ward off the severest cold, tihambeilain's Cou^h Remedy is tho mo ther's favorite and it can be jjiven to any I member o£ the family, from the eldest to I the youngest. . Sold by Hannah Bros. j Here's some good advice from Sir johii Maddeu :—Everyman in Aus-r fr^Ua, \vl}o has} not lost an arm or'a leg, or \yho is uot otherwise dis abled, sliouW vQluytg?? at; oucq.

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