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THE SWANWATER YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

THE SWANWATHR YIlil^D. After passing through such a se vere drought (says a Swamvatei correspondent) as was experienced last year, one can scarcely believe that he is looking ou the same couutry. TI12 abundant harvest, now nearly gathered, is a striking contrast to the barren appearances of last season, Favored with splen did weather, and an immunity from lires and storms, stripping has been goiug on merrily for some time, and is almost fiiished. The results are very gratifying, from eight to ten bags per acre being the average yield. I,arge quantities of wheat have already b:eu carted to Cope Cope, where it has beeu received by the agents for L,ouis Dreyfus & Co. W. Crosby & Co, John Darling & Son, Dalgety & Co., James Bell & Co, and J. Malcolm & Co. Ltd> Upwards of 50,000 bags have passed over the weighbridge, and it is esti mated that nearly as much again has yet to come.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Primary Producer. THE WHEAT COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

The Primary Producer. THE WHKAT COMMISSION. Generally speaking, the farmers in the Swanwater district are satis fied that the wheat pooling scheme will work out satisfactorily, though the smallness of the advauce is not looked upon with much favor. Al most without exception growers speak in condemnatory terms of the interference of the Wheat Commis sion with individual transactions iu seed wheat It is considered that this should have been left out of the scheme, and a free hand given to those who had seed wheat for sale. According to advices received, be fore a farmer can dispose of seed wheat he must make application to the Wheat Commission for permis siou to sell, giving the name of the persou to whom he is selliug, and the amouut he intends disposing of. After due consideration of the case, the commission, if satisfied as to the genuineness of the transaction, will grant permission. The seller then pays three pence per bushel into the wheat po >1, after which he may consign th...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

JJO'4 THE COMPLEXION. | Jvvery-woman should taljo prido und do ligljt in her personal appearance, ami no woman can be truly beautiful without she has the bright eyes, rosy cheeks, and tlio fresh, clear complexion of health. Every woman may possess these clurras i£ she will attend carefully to her physical uoadltiou, and to accomplish this she will find Ivaxo'l'ouic Tills invaluable, for clean, blood means a clear complexion, and Laxo-" 'l'onic Pills taken as a tonj., will give" anyone clean, pure, red blood. Regular ' size, Is ; double, 2s. Obtainable every- 1 where. . .. | \fr 3; J Wortley, of the Mam- j njqth Stores, has §?ed oats for sale iij any cjuautity. For Chronic GUest Complaints Weed's Great Pepperigiat Cure,

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

DONALD HOTEL ff DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co. "j CoacUbuilcU'rs). N'i'v aud Up-to.date Premises now open. Si«acious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Klectric f Light, Hot and Cold Water I Baths. _ Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best. ^ Tariff Moderate. Good Stabliug, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCHBURN, Proprietor. |

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Donald P. & A. Society THE SECRETARY RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

L)oi\aId P, & A. Society THIS SECRETARY RESIGNS. A special meeting of the Donald P. & A. Society was he'd at the Royal George Hotel 011 Saturday to consider the resignation of the sec retary. Cr C. R. Bisset, ser.ior vice president, presided, and apolo gised for the absence of the Presi dent (Cr W. Sproat), who was in New South Wales. The following gentlemen were present :—Messrs J. Crosuie, W. Cruickshank, C- Griffiths, R. C. Hannah, A. Griffiths, G. Muir, W. R. Pope, J. P. Morgan, H. S. Pope, J. I,. Pearse, C. H. Wilson,, aud J. A. .Gardiner. Cr Basset then read out Mr Gar diner's resignation, which was to take effect from the first Saturday in March.—Messrs H. S. Pope and J. Crosfaie moved that the resigna tion be accepted with regret, Mr R. C. Hannah and Cr J. h. Pearse supported the motion.—Messrs R. C. I-Iaunah aud Ii. S. Pope moved that Mr Gardiner be made a life member of the -society for services rendered. Mr Gardiner responded, and thanked them for the hono...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire at Mount Jeffcott. MUCH WHEAT DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Fire at Mount Jeftcott. MUCH WHEAT DESTROYED. On Sunday afternoon a fire oc curred at Mount Jeflcott, and on the property of Mr D. McCallum, where it originated, some -100 bags of wheat caught fire. The bags were ; ripped open immediately, and we I understand it will be possible to save | approximately 300 bags. The fire then burned through grass to the ' mountain, which presented an illu i uiiuatiug appearance on Sunday evening.. Tbe Donald people were ; first informed of the outbreak by Mr T. O. Guthrie, cf Rich Avon, who telephoned to Mr J. Turubull. A great number of fighters left per motor car tor the scene of the fire, : and worked laboriously iti the eu ; deavor to extinguish tbe fire.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Saddler Torney's Luck AT THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Saddler Forney's Luck AT THE DARDANELLES. Saddler Situud Toriiey, son of Nurse Torney, of Djuali. lias writ ten from Alexandria to bis sister, Mrs A. McQueen, of Rupmyup, as follows : — "You will hear long be fore this reaches you that I was wJuuded ou December 13th fightiug the niggers at the western frontier. I was only in the field two days when I got my kt—so did not see much of the game. Sunday was the first day, aud my lot fiuished up at 3 or 4 o'clock on Monday after noon. I was on my horse at the time with our farrier sergeant of the old 8th I/ight Horse. There were only four of the old 8th L,ight Horse iu the fighting- The bullet first entered my right elbow without touchiug the bone, aud through my side just near the back, and came out about the centre of my stomach, but uever hurt auy part inside of me. I was very lucky indeed. I had a rough trip till I got oil the hospital boat at 1J o'clock on Tuesday. We were carried ou stretchers for 1 l/i miles to the beach, put on a...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Established 1878. THE Trustees Executors and Agency Co. Ltd., 418 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. OLDEST and LARGEST Trustee Company (n : : : Australasia : : : Acta 03 Executor, Trus tee, Adminiotrntor and in other Trust capacities. ' Tpuot jPuncfo £9,000,000 jflo. dobhowman. m*naocd. fredk. A. LANG. a«6t. manaoid. W. WILLEY, Local aaaut, puaso coll or r/rlta for paaphlct. Consign your CREAM TO Wallace Co-oper ative Butter Factory LTD. £180,000 'SST™ to! Over 1700 tons of Butter manufactured. A11 freight paid. Credit Notes for every can received. Clioaues Fortnightly. TjlOR SALE, a MILDUKA IRRIGA JD TION ORCHARD containing 44 acres of which there are :— r acres Currants, 8 years old \6 acres Sultanas, 8 years old 3 acres Oranges, 8 years old 3 acres Oranges, 3 years old (planted with Lucern) 1 acres Gordos, 8 j-ears old 1 acre Apricots, 12 years old (planted with Lucern) 1 acre Peaches, 12 years old (planted with Lucern) 2 acres Pears, 3 years old (planted with Lucern) 10 acres not irrig...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD At the request of several of our sub scribers, we again publish the full list on tlieir behalf. ,, Subscribers aud the public generally would do well to cut the list out and keep same for reference. 44 J. L. Bales, .Baker, W ood btrcet. 13 Basset & Son, Commission Agents ; aiul Private IvCfculonce. 59 C. B. lJasset & Sons, Woods Street. 58 A. S. Blnndr, Builder, Woods Street, and Private Residence, W oods St. 49 J.H.Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; aud Private Residence. 25 C. Bourko, Banyena Kd. 3(5 P. Bourke, Farmer. 123 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, JewellerB. 56 W. Cox, BesidencP, Houston St. 54 H. Cumniing, Rich Avon West, ring — 14 Diffev & Son, Flour Mill. 42 Doiiald Hotel, ("\\ . Ditchburn). 16 Electric Supply Power House. -6 Gilfillan &■ Mitchell, MeCnlloch St. 39 Grand Central Hotel, (D. Byrne). 19 W. II. C^ray Auctioueor, Private Kesi denco; and Sale Yards. _ ^ 54 J. J. Grewar, Rich ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

601 Ghambsriaia's Cough ] prompt and effectual sa I compial/tt. It acts on the covgb, relieves i t.'czs ana &*<3t io a Remedy is the most] sdici.Be in use for tfjjj i3cJ«W5'e'ff pia/s, ioost&\ he itings, opens tffj ■ rc Co restore the syste$\ Printed by li.\Koi,n Ai.kxaxdhh Pridkr, and published by the pro prietress, Mrs M. K. Mukc.an, at the Timhs Office, Woods Street, Do'icld, Victr>ri?. Pay tor your new Pi-0 proceeds oE your next '''"J1' ; -m s mtional Harvester Co. of Au£«« all sizes, t to 6 furrows. 011 > balance February a Fully f!uarant<vii. Can I l>^"> elsewhere. Soui f^rpatlw'^1 * njj BrlB., Sra„ MelK, Adlac-.F*^ sM''

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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

LIST Ol' TKU'H'IIONK STATIONS AND l'KES. I'ce for first Add 3 3 liiin. uiin. s. .1. «. a. Lilcliiicld I) ? 0 2 Massty' . 0 2 0 'I Wal«:hi:iii 0 -3 I) 3 Morton Plains 0 4 I) 3 Bireliip 0 G 0 5 Curyo U 8 0 6 Woonidang .. 1 0 0 9 I/asccllcs ] 3 \ 6 KinuabulUt. .. 0 S 0 -1 Ouyeu 1 10 1 St. Arnaiul 0 '1 o 'o

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Accident at Rich Avon. MR CHAS SMITH'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 8 February 1916

Accident at Rich Avon. MR. CHAS. SMITH'S DEATH. The Angel of Death again hovers over the neighborhood. On Thurs day afternoon, whilst after cattle, Mr Charles Smith met with an acci- dent, which was attended with fatal consequences. Mr Smith, who was a butcher by trade, was employed by Mr E. G. Lamplough, of Don- ald, and on Thursday afternoon he was out for cattle for trade purposes, and it appears that when near Rich Avon the horse he was riding must have stumbled, aud thrown him heavily on his head, for he received severe abrasions of the skull. The unfortuuate young man had a few moments previously been having a cup of tea at Mr Pianto's, and it was Mrs Pianto who rendered first assistance. Mr T. O. Guthrie im mediately telephoned to Mr Lamp- lough, and the latter gentleman   sent Dr W. M Lewis post haste to   the scene of the accident. Dr Lewis rendered all possible aid, and the   patient was removed to the St Arn- aud Hospital, where his ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

W. A. Morgan Auction esri .STOCK AND STATION AGENT, LAND AND I'KOPKKTY VALUER. Sole A«ent for Docge Bros' cars. The best car in the market at tbe price. Sales conducted in any part of tbe Slate. Rudduck's Veterinary .Medicines always on band". From to ^50,000. to loan on broad acres. District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co.. established almost 100 years. Funds ./j.'oUO.OOO. Workers' Compensation, Fire, Hay stacks, Growing Crops, Hailstorm, Acci dent.—Insurances at Lowest Rates. I Consult me before receiving present policies elsewhere. HOESES YXT. A. MORGAN will hold a t V Special Sale of Horses on Thursday, February 24. Our nor thern buyers will be here in full force. Send your entries along at uuce. First J 00 booked. CATTLE / ilJRuext Special Sale of Cattle i * -' will be held ou Fi iday, Feb- ! ruary 25. 500 Wanted. SHEEP i \\TK will be holding a large Sale * ' cf Sheep ou Saturday, February 26. Please send partlcu I lars of lines at your earliest. A NICE list of town propertie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Have you anything _ wortu s" ing V Anything you wish to pi' r the farmers ? Any goods, iuac ,J,- *; - ery, sc., to place at the doors o townspeople, farmers, and 0. If so, advertise it at once in ' s Donald Tmics, which is raptf')' creasing in circulation. For Chronic Chest Coiup'8'' '•i'coi's Cr^il Vei'neftuiut

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

MELBOURNE' WOOL, SAU'S§ ! Sales were resumed at Melbourni ou February 7th, when Younglw band, Rovv & Co. Pty. Ltd. bitbffli! ted a catalogue of 2,527 bales, ani succeeded in disposing of -312 bale, iucluditig private sales ex preuoJ- J catalogues. Brokers were by the Commonwealth authority last week that the reimpositionoi.,,. the embargo on shipmeuts of cro=. bred wools to America and Ito'l was to come iuto force as from fe 7th iust. Naturally there was a cer- ( tain amount of uneasiness among?! growers before the sale as '3. what effect this would have o:i rJ'' ties, but those conversant u*itb nnrket did not feel any terpidati®: as to -any material change, ffotlf;" owing to the advanced stasie of tte:. ° *7 ■. ti., season the bulk of the wools suiw-".. for American consumption had be.* ,, disposed of, and secondly becaii.' competition on the part of It«^ (who bought heavily up to Chnit? mistime) has been a miuor fadofgj.,s in the m irket for some time on ac ' count of the ...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

LONDON WOOI, SAUiS. g : ' | : Messrs Sanderson, Murray & Co.j| report —The concluding series o!| Golouial Wool Sales closed on D;-|; cember 2.3 There was a good atojj dance of Home buyers throughout,^ and with support from reptesenta ci tives from Frauce, Russia, anda| few from America, competitioa^ ruled keen from first to last. This.} selection of wools was much infers ; to that usually offered at this tun*' of year, there not being the normal^ number of new clips available. To: catalogues, . however, which coa taiued a .great number of second..' hand lots were well cleared at whte mUst be considered satisfactory pri-w ces. -*Siuce our last report vatos-i have b2en fully maintained, confe -ing wool's of all descriptions bein ^ iii particularly-strong dem.uH am extreme prices.were paid for e tnfr good lots. Good scoured memo, came iu for-special atteutiou tb • better lots bsing secured for ku u account at exceptionally biahpr ; ces, ranging up to oS .3 j jcl for a ^ particu...

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BALLARAT PRODUCE SALES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

BALLARAT PRODUCE SAUisl Supplies of farm produce, with | the exception of potatoes, are com-| ing to hand freely. Thrashing is | gradually; being completed (writes | our correspondent) and returns are, | in most cases, highly satisfactory, | Mill products are becoming more.| plentiful, and a good demand exists | for bran and flour. Pollard has steady inquiry at the reduced figure,! Current prices' are as under :-jj Wheat, 5s 6d to 5s 9d for feed lines:5 oats, good supply, Is lid to 2s 2d ;J barley, Cape, 2s 4d to 2s Gd, Eug.| lisli 3s 6d to 3s 9d ; potatoes, firut and scarce, ,£13 lOd to .£14 : hayj chaffing: sheaves, £2, manger 45s flour, steady, at .£12 10s ; brau, u| good request at 10s ; pollaril steady demand at £6, a reductioaois 10s taking place during the week, c

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS AND LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916. APPEAL TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

The Donald Time?' With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands BOROOGH TlMBS. Editor, Harold A. Prider. Friday, February 11, 1916. APPEAL TO FARMERS. The committee of the State War Council to provide laud for returned soldiers, sat at the Lands Depart ment last week uuder the chairman ship of the Minister, Mr W. Hutch inson. He was authorised to issue an appeal to owners of land through out the State to seriously consider for the bsnefit of returned soldiers the question of devoting selected portions-of their property to farming on a share system. Remembering that the soldiers had made great sacrifices, and had risked their lives in the defence of national interests, the claim they had on us should be acknowledged and honored. The landowner in that way had the opportunity of showing a generous and patriotic spirit. He couid in most instances provide the land, the working plant and the home. He would benefit by the labor of the returned soldiers. The share agree ment would...

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The Markets. GRAY AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

The Markets. CRAY & SOX'S REPORT. Messrs W. H. Gray & Sou, of Donald and Watcliem, report a very keen demand for she-;p, and recent sales were as follows :—A/c Mr p Hartv-, 1.30 fat comeback welhers '■ a/c Mr M. Griffin, 150 bigcrossbred wethers, 100 merino and crossbred ewes, and -15 lambs ; a/c Mr Joseph Litcbfi-ld, (0 merino wetliers, and 2lM crossbred ewes and wethers a/c Mr J. V. Colbert, 150 crossbred lambs, 176 crossbred ewes ; a-c I Messrs A. D. & D. Griffiths, .319 crossbred and comeback wethers • a/c Mr A. Richards, 1-10 crossbred ewes, and 41 crossbred lambs; a/c Mr II. T. Learcuouth, 80 crossbred ewes ; a/c Mr John Dickeson, 300 merino and crossbred wethers; a/e Mr Peter Tellefson, 91 fat crossbrel ewes and wethers ; a/c Mr D. Hodge, 88 fat sheep; a/c Messrs Rogers Bros, 126 crossbred ewes, and 126 lambs ; a/c Mr W• R. Pope, 1?) crossbred lambs ; a/c Mr W, G, McDonald, 48 ewes and wethers; a/c Mr C. Tucker, 12 working -bul locks ; a/c Mrs Moore, s...

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Local and General News NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Local and General News NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. Interesting letters from Sappers Victor and Harold Willey will ap pear next issue. The Commonwealth War Loan now totals .£21,581,820. Mr W. G. Hearne, of Hearue's Bronchitis Cure fame., contribted ,£10,000 Mr J. S. McGintiiskiu, of Hope toun, has obtained a good average of over six bags, or-2,500 bags from an aren of 400 acres. A baziar in aid of the Watchem Red Cross Society wiil be held in the Watchem Hall on Friday, March 24th. The Dandies will appear in the Watchem Hall ou Saturday even ing. Proceeds are in aid of the Watchem Red Cross Society. Messis Young Bros will offer at the next Watchem market ou Thurs day, February 17th, 629 acres of freehold land ou behalf of Mr D. Rankin, of Watchem. Osving to pressure on our adver tising space much matter intended for insertion in this issue has conse quently been unavoidably withheld until next issue. Mr James Willey, of Bridg'ewater, via Inglewood, and brother to Mr W. Willey, of Donald, h...

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