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

MILK IN POWDER FORM' IN these bard times every housewife must economise. I find Trufoo<3 Powdered Milk a blessing in our house it is a real mmey saver. Thus wrote a grateful lady, and hor experience has been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have been using Powdered Milk for a considerable period. The sys tem by which pure cow's uiilk is converted into powder form may well be considered one of the marvellous inventions of mod ern times. The piteut rights wer socurod )>v a Victorian Company, and the build ings and plant were erected at Gleuormia lou (in the c'entro of the fir-faned Western District) at a cost of about ^"50,000. Every precaution is tsken to obtain pure fresh' mill:, and tho supply is drawn from a radius of about four miles only.""The dairymen deliver milk each morning and evening, and theu within two -or three hours the millc is converted into powder. It packed in tins ready for market; in this l'orm, thy milk retains its freshness and p...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Epistles to the Editor. TAXATION IN N.S.W. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Epistles to the Editor, . " O TAXATION IN N.S.W. To the Editor. Sir,—Some days ago the new Lord Mayor of Sydney submitted a uiiuute to the City Council in favor of a uniform method of rating ou the unimproved capital value of land. It was referred to the Fin ance Committee. There is every prospect of the adoption of land va lue rating, as a majority of the new council elected in December have pledged themselves to support the principle. It may be of some inter est to your readers generally to know what has be ~ii done in New South Wales in recent years. For merly rates were imposed ou the as sessed aunual value of property. The man with a good house, shop, or factory paid a high rate, while the owner of vacant land was let off very lightly. But a great change came over the scene when the Car ruthers Local Government Act of 1906 was passed. That Act made rating oujaud values compulsory for not less "than one penny in the pound, and optional for the balance of the rate revenue require...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Corack Water Supply. NEARING COMPLETION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Corack W ater Supply. - NEARING COMPLETION. Cr J. W. Milburn interviewed the I Water Commissioners in Melbourne last week in regard to local water I supply conditions. In regard to a supply at Glenloth, Commissioner: Shaw stated that a well would cost about ;£f)0 and the Shires of Wyehe proof and Charlton would be asked to share in the cost. The chauuel from Corack to Wycheproof had been surveyed and the Commission intended to again ask farmers to tender for construction work at the rate of about 6d per yard, as soon as the busy season was over. A request for the supply of water to Nullawil would be attended to as the wa'er from Corack was well on the way to Nullawil on that day (Thursday), and would reach the northern districts at early dates. Commissioner Shnw stated tint ovv iug to men enlisting aud channels silting up the water districts were not being as well supplied as the Commission would like, nevertheless I the work would be continued while circumstances permitted. -Wyche ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

KOU THE COMPLEXION. livery woman should take pride and de light iu her personal appearance, and uo woman can bo truly beautiful without she has tho bright oyo3, rosy cheeks, and the fresh, clear complexion of health. Every woman may possess these charms if she will attend carefully to her physical condition, and to accomplish this she will find Laxo-Tonic Pills" invaluable, for clean blood means a clear complexion, and Iiaxo Tonic Pills takeu a3 a toni:, will give anyone clean, puro. red blood. Regular size, Is ; double, 2a. Obtainable every where. Mr W. II. Gray will hold a sjiecial horse sale at Donald ou Wednesday, March 1st. Melbourne and other buyers will atteu4 this sale. i

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Is It Patriotism? REPLY TO "VIGILANT." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Is It Patriotism ? RKPIA" TO "VIGILANT." To the Kditor. ^ir,—When one of our riflemen iu a competition lauds Iris bullet on the wrong target it is counted a "miss," and there is no use saying any more about it. This is "Vigi lant's" position. He accused us in plain words of lack of patriotism iu not giving up the hail to the pro moters of the Jumble Fair on Janu ary 22. We replied, giviug a full statement of negotiations re sam°, and referred him to Mesdames Broughton and Smith for confiruia tion. He admitted in his second letter that be was trying to hit someone els;, but we go* between liim and his target, but at the same time he sought further information' "to deal with us." He now writes a third letter asking more questions '"for the benefit of the public," (professing he knows all the circum stances personally), and implores us to answer them "in our usual .straightforward manner." Thanks, "Vigilant," for the compliment. The questions have already been answered, nnd we can only...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Pioneer's Demise. MR MICHAEL O'CALLAGHAN [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

A Pioneer's Demise. O Mr MICHAEL 0'CALLA.GHAN Another of the old pioneers of the district has passed away in the per son of Mr Michael O'Callaghau, farmer, of Boolite, who died last Friday morning. The old gentle man, who commanded the respect of all who knew him, had been a great sufferer from asthma for many years. He was one of the first to take up land iu the Boolite district, and resided there up to the time of his death. Mr O'Callaghan and his worthy wife reared a large family, every member of which is as highly respected as their parents, which is saying a great deal. The funeral, which took place on Sunday after noon, was very largely attended, over 50 vehicles and a number of horsemeu following deceased's re mains to their last resting place, the Minyip cemetry. Rev. Father Gleeson officiated at the graveside, and Mr J. H. Brady was the under taker.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

A GOOD INVESTMENT. You tnay have an attack of diarrhoea dysentery or pains in the stomach 0110 of these days and it will be well to remember the name of a medicine that will relieve you. Say it slowly—Chamberlaiu's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. What will bo still better—buy a bottle to-day; it will be Is 6d well iuves ed. Sold by' Hannah, Bros. j For Ctii-oulc Chest Complaints: qo-i'c (Jreat Peppo,-iuiat Ciivo ' i

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

CommonwealJfiJatife« lustralta llEAU OFKICT, SYDNEY &FS1 General Banking' Business p^lkai CITIES and TOWN8 Of AUGTRALtA, and LONDON C»b*e remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills n^^otiated ami collected. Letters of credit issued to aar part of the world. EanVIny-atid Kaohan^e Buaines* of evcrr description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Saving's Bank Department' BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over Poat Ofaceo intorcot at «0/ 1- 25SO In fluotralia per annum «»/„ i Do poo it and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE »nd INTERNATIONAL StvinfS Bank F*cilitics J1HK3 KSI.U H»PU-T Qnnnior. /«»«. ISI5 DBKIS'W MILI.RR. norermr f] — 1 1 ....... T^.. .... # Lyric Piofouws Uuder local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As the management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan ...

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

v i llliLAlliMllfe Liberal Advances ijmwt. upon ensuing Clips, ^sid all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce.' G^E SALES ON COMMISSION. Careful Valuations, ©UiKS AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE C°- LTD ith Kensington William Street MELBOURNE 52F — WISIHMEW5: 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 HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is a REGIS! ERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ouncc of his Magnificent. Reput ation on the fad; that ipi% mm HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE mm to young CHILDREN, ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS ' and COLDS THE BIG ARCADE DRAPERS, TAILORS & CLOTHIERS, Bridge 8tree.t, ^allarat A" RE now showing all the latest Xl_ ideas in SUMMER CLOTH-. [NG for man or woman, boy or iirl. Everything...

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

the times—£t ye\r post fkeb. i jfljbsorjbb NOW The plea of the patriot is for the introduction of universal service, or in other words, conscription of men, money, and material. The call for men has not been in vain, and thou sands are flocking to the colors, but despite this thousands more are accessary to redeem Australia's promise of 50,000. The present campaign has brought forth the following volunteers from Donald, and the immediate neighborhood :— Cyril Peck, H. G. Nicol, C. F. Gi'bert, A. Cottingbam, A. Woods, J. W. Baker, H. Ferguson, D. M. Baddock, R, Cossens, C. Russell, H. Cosgiove, A. Turnbull, R. J. Col^, R. J. Emery, J. H. Skewes, L. L. Kofold, D. P. Fahey. S. A. Boultley, G. Williams, The lisc is slowly mouutiug up, but it is yet a long way off the quota of 41. Thirty men must be obtained before Donald can be proclaimed a training centre for local volunteer?. REMEMBER GALLIPOLI ! FINAL NOTICE HAVING decided to leave the States, ALL ACCOUNTS owing to me MUST BE SETTLED...

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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

OUR ROLL OF HONOR —♦— M The following is a list of the heroic Ijjl soldiers who liave enlisted from tbe || Donald district. Many of them are fit now in Gallipoli or elsewhere in the if firing line. We would be glad to iu :|f sert the names of those unintention al ally omitted. | A—R Allon, II Alien, W Abbott, A Alien, iii S Aitkin, W Adlaw. i| li—Lieut J C Barrie, RH Barber, J Barry, ;J L Bircli, M Berry, G Blair, W S Barnes, T Bliss,' R Bruee, D (Barry, A Box, P Bennett, IIJ Beckham. H Baird, J Booley, J Bellevell", A \V Barber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Bailes, C Byrne and W Bttrge, J J Bray, B F Baird, A Brockenshire C—H Cannard, J Cleine.its, W Coombs, J Cantwell.J Cameron, J T Casey, A Chapman, R Cruikshank, F Cole, A Cleary, i\I Cahir, J Cavan,i£h. J Clark, Jack Clarke, A Ccttingham, T Cannard, W Cruicksliauk. D—C D'Alton, H De Molker, } P D'Arcy, O Davey, W Davidson, R Dickie. Ii Dillon E—J Kjjun, J Etheridge. A Iiischolt, \V Eischolt, G Evans. F U- Floyd, A Foster, N Fielding, ...

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ST ARNAUD HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

st arnaul) hospital The rnouUly meeting of the St Aruaud Hospital was held cm Fri day evening. Correspondence re garding Hospital Sunday services was received from Messrs W. II. Gray and C. IS. Roberts, of Donald, the latter stating that the excellent harvest should be a factor in the di rection of minimising the financial difficulties of the institution. There was 12 applicants for the position of probationer, but no appointment has yet been made. The applicants included Mis? Annie Rankin, of "Rosedale," Watchern.

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Richards & Co's Exhibit. A NOVEL EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Richards & Go's Exhibit 1 A NOVEL, EFFECT. I The new exhibit opened by Rich ards & Co., the fatuous Ballarat photographer, on Christinas Eve, created unusual iuterest in the ad miring crowds who ..thronged the window and vestibule, to inspect the lates1, art productions, which aie eagerly awaited when a new display is announced. The Christmas show at this studio is always found to be somethiug ahove the usual average, and this latest effort is no exception. Mr Dearden aims at high artistic ability in the production of portraits as is shown by the manner in which the various subject pictures are handled. . The central study entitled "Cassandra," is a local young lady sustaining the character in Marshall Hall's "Trojan Women." The light and shade on the face, and aucieut costume, aud the posing, make this an artistic triumph. "A Young' Australian" is a large head study of a handsome little fellow iu fiae bold, careless pose, typically Aus tralian. A second large study ...

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The People's Bishop. THE CANON OF ST PAUL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

The People's Bishop, THE CANON OF ST PAUL'S. The Right Rev. Dr Green, for merly Auglicau Bishop of Ballarat, has many admirers in the Donald and Cope Cope districts, and the following comments, which recently appeared in the Mildura Tici.K 'grai'ii, should consequently be of interest to them : —"The Arohbish op of Melbourne has appointed Dr Green honorary canon of St Paul's. Dr Green will thus be able to use his great gift of acceptable preaching, which has aforetime given pleasure to many of the dwellers iu his late diocese of Ballarat who did not be long to his household of faith, but who always seized auy opportunity that offered of hearing what the bishop had to say on the burning questions of the day. We hear that Dr Green is going to devote himself, as far as health will allow, to out door pursuits—growing potatoes, or onions, vines or figs Should he be lucky enough to sit under his vines or fig trees, no doubt iu days to come his discourses will be flavored with thoughts of M...

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Egyption Methods. SOME OBSERVATIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Egyption Methods. SOME OBSERVATIONS, Private W. Wiltshire, of Ouyen, iu a letter makes the following com ments upon farmiug methods in Egypt:—"I am glad to hear the crops are looking well, but sorry to hear about the price of wheat aud bags. I am surprised at wheat be ing so low, but not at bags being dear, bccause I have seen thousands of bales waiting shipment at Alex andria for Gallipoli, and I suppose that is where most of the bags are going. All the trenches have sand hag protectors on them— even on the canal you can see tharn on tren ches that are not used, and are not likely to be used. Harvesting in this country (wheat, I mean) is just over. It is all irrigation, and they grow three crops 011 the ground each year, wheat, maize aud clover. Wheat crops average about 60 bushels, maize about 100 bushels, aud a fair amount of clover. A nigger who owns 10 acres here is a very weal thy man. Lmd is worth £S0 ati acre to buy freehold, but to rent it costs £7 an acre per year. The bag...

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Donald Water Trust. THE FEBRUARY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Donald Water Trust. THIi FEBRUARY MKlU'ING The ordinary monthly meeting of uie Donald Waterworks Trust was held at the Shire Hall, Doualrl, 011 Tuesday evening last, when the chairman (Commissioner \V. E. Thomson) presided over the follow ing attendance :—Commissioner W. II- Gray, T. Hannah, J, Pattcsou, S. G. McPhersou, and 'j. Calhoun, M.D., and the secretary (Mr C. McCracken, C.E.). The minutes were adopted on the motion of Commissioners Hannah and Calhoun. The Secretary of the Waterworks Trusts Association wrote asking for any motions the Donald Trust were likely to submit for consideration at the next anouilsession of the Water works Trust Association.—The mat ter was held over until next meet iuc. The Secretary reported that the amount of general rates collected siuce date of last meeting, and paid to the credit of the account at the bank, is £97 15s 9d. The General Account is now in credit to the amount of ,£504 9s and the t,oan Account to £~ 15s (id. The pumper (Mr G. Lovett...

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

THERE'S A LONG LIST. There is a long list of mothers in your Community who will tell vou that they keep Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy always on ham!. That they never allow a cold to get a' firm hold in their home. That they have fouutl that one or two doses of Cliam berlaiu's Cou^h remedy taken at tlio first symptoms will ward off the severest cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the mo ther's favorite and it can be given to any member of the family, from the eldest to the youngest. Sold by Hannah Bros. The Castleuiaine I^k.-vdhr, an evening daily, has suspended publi cation, owing to the high price of news paper and other material, caused by the war. At the Birchip Court of Petty Sessions 011 Thursday last, Mr1 Jonathon Bennett, of Watchem, was granted a carrier's liceuce. j For Chronic Chest Cooipkiuta 1 Wood's Great Fe^pen&iut Curs

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PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

PAINFUL ACCIDENT. A painful accident happened to Mr J. J. Hodgson, of Swamvater, oti Sunday evening last. While ridiug a spirited horse on the farm, he was thrown heavily to the ground, owing to the animal suddenly start ing bucking and the saddle giving way. Mr Hodgson sustained pain ful injuries, the muscles of the neck being badly sprained, and the left arm broken just above the wrist, while he was otherwise severely shaken. The sufferer was motored into St Ainaud by Cr E- G. Bath for treatment. Mr Hodgson is pro gressing satisfactorily, • and hopes to to be able to return to bis home in a few days.

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Cope Cope News Budget. RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Cope Cope News Budget. RED CROSS SOCIETY. The following articles have beep forwarded by the Cope Cope Red Cross Society to the Red Cross De pot, Melbourne, from September-1 st to December 31 :—49 flannel shirts, 85 pairs sox, 61 pillow cases, 41 handkerchiefs, 47 cakes of soap, 22 packets of envelopes, four bars of velvet soap, two sticks shaving soap, six towels, two pairs knee pads, 15 suits flannelette pyjamas, five scarfs, 24 face washers, two sealskin vests, four cholera belts, six nightingales, five Balaclava caps, one pillow, 13 writing pads, two rolls stationery and envelopes, five packets matches, 10 tins co coa, nine tins tobacco, 163 packets' cigarettes, four plugs tobacco, two bundles bootlaces. 35 bandages, 15 cards of safety pins, 66 lead pencils, seveu pens, 15 kit bags, two pairs slippers, 30 packets jelly crystals, 12 packets maizena, and one bottle coffee essence. To the Lady May oress' Patriotic Fund—144 sugar bags, eight sheep skins, and 12 hus sifs. Donation to ...

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

D Young1 Bros. AUCTIONEERS Stock & Station Agents, Lard, Finance & Commission Agents. Head'Offices—BOBHIiAM, HAM ILTON AND NT-UU.. Ageut at Watchem—Mr 1'. E, MIDGLEY GsT Brfinch Offices—Cascerton, Terang, Murtoa, Minyip, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Rupanyup, Diixiboola. Donald Goroke, and Ararat. Aoknciks at Strathdownie, Lake Bolac, Banvena, Penshurst, Balmoral, A Hope toun. Auction and Clearing Sales conducted in all parts of the State, LAND SALES A SPECIALITY. CS'Truekins: arrangi ueuts maJe for Fat Stock going to L'allarat and Melbourne Markets Unlimited amounts of Trust Money o Loud. AGENTS FOK— Donays, Lascelles, Austin ,ind Co.: wool and grain brokers, stock and station agents, Geelong and Melbourne. " The Ballarat Banking Co. Limited, The South British Pire and Marino Insurance Cc. o New Zealand. The Victorian Fire Insurance'^o. The National Fire Insuranco Coy. >f Now Zealand. Business arranged with all «he Leading firms of Auctioneers m Ntnv South Wale? aud So...

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