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Miss McDonald's Death. FROM BRIGHT'S DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

Miss McDonald's Death. FROM BRIGHT'S DISEASE. With expressions of regret we re cord the death of Miss Agr.es Ceci lia McDonald, wlio passed away at the St Arnaud Hospital ou 'I uesday afternoon. She was admitted to the institution last Saturday week, suffering from au acute attack of Bright's disease. From the date of admittance, Dr Fleming held but little hopes of her recovery, though all possible human aid was rendered to save the young life, which was slowly ebbing away. The late Miss McDonald was only 24 years of age, and her death is the more re gretted because she was thus in the prime of her early womauhood. She was a daughter of the late Mr Duncan McDonald (late of Ban yena) and Mrs A. McDonald, of Donald, and was a sister to Mrs Richards, of Donald. With the rest of the community, we deplore the Joss Mrs McDonald has sustain ed, and condole with her iu her be reavement. The remains were in terred iu the Roman Catholic section of the St Arnaud cemetery oi Wed nesday. A broth...

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

I ;-.n Unusual Coincidence I Ou November 5th a friend (on ti\e service) of Miss Elsie Pope, Currayoug, Donald, wrote a 7'ute, placed it in a bottle, atid tos d it over board before reaching .em mile. The friend informed <ss Pope of what he had done, but j£ never expected to hear further jout it. However, ou Wednesday emiig the letter duly reachcd the -< lung lady, accompanied by this ole —"Dear Miss I'ope. Enclosed ease find letter addressed to you, T'hich was picked up ou the Coor -g beach, South Australia, in a jttle, There was another letter itli it,® which we are sending to inr Scott at Cauiperdown. They - ere found last week by my brother id self. It seems strange that we ■Mould have picked these up, as ic of us was born at Donald, Ivake uioke, and one at Camperdown. ■.oping you will receive this safely. 7e would like you to let us know the sender is safe. -Yours respec liv. A. ;iud T. Avres, M'juingie, Avidia.-'

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

UNCHEASING MISE1U Kidney Sufferers Get Little Rest Or Com fort. There is little sleep, little rest, little peace for many a snfforer from kidney trouble. Life is one continuil round of pain. You cau't rest at night when there's backache. You suffer twinges and -'stabs" of pain, annoying urinary disorders, lamu ness and nervousness. You can't be com fortable at work with dirting piins and blinding dizzy spells. Neglect those ail ments and serious troubles may follow. Begin using Doan's Bickii'ihe Kidney Pills at the first sign of disorder. Thousands have testified to their merit. Mrs II. Le Couteur, Dou-ild, says: — "Pour Bottles of Doan's Bickaclie Kidney Pills cured mo of kidney trouble about twelve mouths ago and I have been quite free of the complaint 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 luring the day. f. was also troubled with lizzy feelings, and the secretions ware jomewhat diso...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 11 February 1916

LIST OF TEI,Kl>HONK STATION'S AND I'KES. Litchtkhl Massey Watchem Morton Plains Birchip Curyo Woomelaug Lascelles Kinuabulla. Ouyeu St. Arnauil A.ld 3 uiiii. S. (1. 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 5 0 6 0 9 " 1 6 0 '4 1 3 0 0 l'ee for first 3 uiin. s. d. 0 2 0 a 0 3 0 4 0 6 0 8 1 0 " 1 3 0 8 1 1U 0 4

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

1© When you ruu out of your pres ent stock of letterpapers, envelopes, rnemoforms, billheads, or any other I office stationery, do not fail getting I a quotation from the Tianss office, Donald. If the execution of your requirements in the printing line are entrusted to that old-established of fice, the work will be executed with the greatest care and promptitude, p.U'.l at jeasonab!^ charges, FOR QUALITY. WOllLD-5 AMED HATH. District Agents—W.U>I)ELI, & CO., DONALD. POl! I^UUAUJL AUSTRAL KEROSENE OIL ENGINES ark Tin; Strongest, Most Reliable, and Most Economic Engines on the Market. Tliey are specially designed by the actual Makers in Australia to suit Am. lialia.ii Requirements. They arc so siiuplu, solid, and.well made, tliat'lif" long satisfaction is assured without constant duplication of parts' or exnerfc attention. Tliey have tio high-speed intricate attachments or electrical fittings to get out of order. They use plain, safe kerosene, and do mi require lamp after s...

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

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co. Coachbuilders). NftT aud Up-to.date Premises now open. Spacious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms Electric Ligbt, Hot aud Cold Water Baths. . Billiards, Table Accommodation a Attendance, Liquors, all 01 tne Best. Tariff Moderate. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCHBURN, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD At the request of several of our sub scribers, we again publish tlie full list on their behalf, ' Subscribers ami the public geuerauy would do well to out the list out and keep same for reference. 44 J.L. Hales. Baker. Wood btreet. ii Basset & Son. Commission Agents; ami Priv«te Residence. 59 C. It. Basset A- .Sons, Woods Street. 58 4. S. Blundv, Builder, Woods Street; and Private Reaidonce, Woods St. 49 J. If. Boldeii. Implement Mater, Woods St; and Private Residence. ^5 C. Bourke, Banyeua Kd. 3ti P. Bonrke, Farmer. 23 Dr. J. Callioun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewellers. 56 W. Cox, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean 4 Co. Coaehbuilders). Ne*v aud Up-to-date Premises iiqjv opeu. Spacious 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 ofSubscribers". TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD scribed wTagat pubtah t.eluU list on r/Kr^er.WoodSl veal 13 Basset & Sou, Commission Agents . amlPriv-te Kcsideace. £ ^ f Woo|l|trt . ' and Private Residence, W oods St. 49 J.H.Bolden, Implement Maker, 0 St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bour'ke, Banyeiia Rd. 3t5 P. Bourko, Parmer. •'3 Dr. T- Calhoun. ~9 Chellew mid Wilson, Jewellery. 56 W Cos, Residence, Houston St. ^ 54 H. Camming, Rich Avon W cat, nnt - 14 Diffey&Son, Flour M"'* \l Donald Hotel, (W. D.tohburn). 16 Flectric Supplv lower House. t »n & Mitchell M;-Culloch St. 39 Grand Central Hotel, (D- .B>rn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

St. Patrick's Day; FESTIVAL. ANNUAL GATHERING '•C'eatle llille Failtlie" YVednes. March 15 Donald Racecourse OFFICIALS— President—Rev. J.-Hairy. Vice-Presidents—Rev. Father Condon and Messrs T. !>' O'Hrien and T, W Cant well. Treasurer—Mr O'Urien. Timekeeper—Mr N* Wilson. Starters—Atliletie Events, Jit W. Came ron. Horse Events, Messrs W. If. Gray, W. A. Morgan, J. Meagher. Assistant-Starter, Mr M. Grifliu. Protest Committee—Messrs T. \V. Cant well, T. It. O'Brien, J. P. Morgan, J. Meagher, K. G. I.amplough, W. R. Gray, and W. A. McPherson. Clerk of'Seales—Mr T. P Connellan Gatekeepers—Messrs B. Jones, Gus. Jones, W. Bui; worth and P. Davison STEWARDS— ■Footracing—Hoys' Girls', and Married Men's Kaee—Messrs F. Scarce, J. Griffin, R. Bunworth and L. Darcy 1'JO and 100 yards Handicap—Messrs W. K. Grav, C. Davison, \V. Cameron, J. I'oIIoek, V. IS. Merlin, S. J. Wortley, W. Mahonev Tossing Slieaf, Caber, Hammer, and Dis tance Stepping—Messrs Jos Whelan, M. Sheridan, J. Patterson, T. ...

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Hospital Sunday AT MOUNT JEFFCOTT. A GENEROUS RESPON[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

—-==51 Hospital Sunday! AT MOU^^FC0,rJ A GKNKROUS RHSpoJl The weather 01 Sumkvf iittle warm, was excellent {'J celebration of Hospital Su^'l Mount Jeffcott. The maj« the ban'lsraeti were conveyedrl er by Mr A. D. Muir, andyl super-dreadnought clouds oil the trip would have bsen g^l joy able. The iollowiug bis'l made the trip -.—Messrs Difcil James, Worsley, Westmore, 1 Hearn, I/ucllaw, Carroll,'il ( Foster, Stephens, Watt/iyf ! Moore, and Vanslow. The*! I accompanied by .Messrs ]. paJj (secretary of the movement)! Roberts (bind secretary), ij| Heani (committee-man of J Aruaud Hospital), and nre«l a.niprea;| sentatives (Messrs C. H. \rl and H. A. Prider). | The band played 011 Mrli! property, at the foot of the | tain. There was a good attejj The band opened proceediugjg Ambrose Bourne's marcb 1 Moonlighter," and throngiJ afternoon rendered appropi'j! lections in good style. The J 1 opinion was that Mr Ditcbbsl no\V a promising score of J under his tuition. Cr J, I, if presided, and ...

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Our Banyena Bud[?] RICH AVON HALL[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

Our Banyena Bud| RICH AVON HAUl The hall at'Rich Avon \v| complies with the require® the Board of Health : but si provisions has bjen nudes extinction" of fire. This is i| which the B jard leave; § Council to deal with. Ts committee hold that as tig are covered with iron i® wood, and,'as" uulined tiel fire may be considered ascf

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A DANGER SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

A DANGKR SP0I.1 Jg 1 here is a small hill ou tfe j| Bauyena road, near Chatfiig is only.400 feet from flattop there is a rise of 9 feet Giscl steepest part of it being olf foot in fifteen, but owing to eg rise oil both sides motorisL'l oti the top are very close © before they can see each oti|| as: the track is uarrow, C|l ^some chance of a collision. S 2. feet 6 : inches were takejjg top and used for a ssnal! M ment at the bottom on each® cost would not be more tbjl ■£'15, aud the risk would ber|§ _______ M

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

CommonivcaifMIIBiiik - Australia IIKAU OlT'Ki: syd.\i;y - 5 General Banking Business p^' CITIES and TOWPtfS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON fj Cable roiuitlo. and .lra.fr,- dr.iw;j on place* Foreign hills (| n%'o!i.;K«! .iml Lwrer- of <vr.Ji; w-siip j f.«> n:.y j.ari of :•»*• world * Baiikinu'and Kvlia: *«p !*u--i:n.^« of "vt-rv dv»':ri;»t;on ; r.i isacied within lijo Commomve.il* S, Unittd ar;<t kbrmid. wounu opened Interval p;ii<l on fij;ed depotjju Advance made ftyrdUKi approved Saving's Bank Department branches in the chief centres and agencies at over Post Offices Interest at o-,. 1'- 2550 jn Australia porannuwO. Deposit and .Papua upi to £3D0 INTKlWTATi: and intkuxaTIONaIj Savings Bank Fuwlitic* m jKMKii KKU-. Jvyt ? G.ttw- . J-". Mr. DL'ViS .\ ii «P n.t.ff.ii"!'^.1 n.'f-mniJ1-1——r-; " * "■■ ..■-■■■ .'^Pl! i.. ■-■ 1 a.1— w l1 jww JLyric Picfiiaras Under local direction. 5t. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As the management liave made arrangemen...

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The Growth of Cotton. IN THE DONALD DISTRICT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

The Growth of Cotton, TN TIIK DONAI.D DISTRICT. To the Editor. Sir,—hi a recent issue-of your contemporary, there appeared a few remarks by tlie-Mount Jeffcott cor respondent coucerniug the growth of cotton in the Donald district. It is said that some years ago cotton was planted at Mount Jeffcott, and appeared to do well. Others con sider that this plant should do well in parts of the Wimmera and Mal lee. These districts are indeed cap able of much that has not yet been attempted, but we must not forget that ihe cotton is essentially a tropi cal plant. We certainly have tro-. pical days here, but whether cotton would thrive is a matter for conjec ture, and I would like to hear the opinions of farmers in this district through the medium nf the TimKS. There is no doubt that there is room for expansion of the cotton industry in Australia. The Northern Terri tory is singularly noted for the growth of cotton. Although not indigenous, it is found growing wild through tue jungles, and the...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDS-BOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1916. TWO GREAT DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

The Donald Tinje^ With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands boroogh Times. Editor, Harold A. Prider. i Tuesday, February 15, 1916. TWO GREAT DISTRICTS. Tnii harvest now being garnered is one of the best on record, and farmers In the Donald district have realised yields much above that which was vaticinated by even the most sanguine. This season has proved the capabilities of the Wim mera and Mallee districts as exten sive wheat-produciug areas to be beyond apprehension. The Wim mera soil is characterised by a splen did red, chocolate; or grey loam, and that it is eminently suitable for wheat growing is illustrated by the yields reported lhroughout the district this season. The average rainfall is from IS to 18 inches, and of the total wheat crop about -'7 per cent is pro duced in these areas. The rainfall diminishes from east to west, but the lime in the soil increases towards the west. The lighter loams of the Wimmera and Mallee have a greater percentage of available ...

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The Citizens of the World APPRECIATED SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

The Citizens of the World A P PIIKC r AT Ii D S Li R VIC IiS In appreciation of services ren dered in spreading the doctrine of the "Citizens of the World" move ment in South Australia, the foun der, Mr Yervnnt H. Iskeuder, has bestowed the lionor oi honorary lite ni'-'mbetsbip of the society on Mr Harold A. Prider, of OonaM, who received the passport List Thurs day. The certificate entities the holder to full membership of any branch of the society iti all foreign countries. The inscription reads as follows :—"To all to whom these .presents shall come, know ye ihat Mr Harold A., Prider has of this date been admitted to life member ship of the Brotherhood known as the "Citizens of the World," and you are desired and required in the Natne of our Common Father to receive and welcome him, and give him rill the help of which he may" stand in need. Given at Pitlochry, Scotland, under the Seal of the Brotherhood, on the 26th day of December, 1" 15. Signed, Yervant II. Iskender, founder ; ...

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Local and General News NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

Local and General News ISMiWS FROM EVERYWHERE. Miss Green, of Watchem, has bueu appointed head teacher of the State School at Whitton Swamp. Private D. S. Cousens, of St Ar naud, who has been reported missing since November 29th, is now report ed as having been killed iu action. 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 Donald Shire Council will hold its February meeting this morning, wheu the usual busiuess i will bs transacted. I Mr E. Grant, accountant at the St Arnaui. branch of the Bank of Victoria, and Messrs B Perry; S. Perry, and C.' Procter, of Corack East, have enlisted. Messis Young Bros will offer at the next Watchem market ou Thurs day, February 17th, 629 acres of freehold land on behalf of Mr D. Rankin, ot Watchenj. Mr Geo. Scully, of Donald, who his been seriously ill in the St Ar naud Hospital for some weeks with (&vtv, is. we are glad to report, now on the right path...

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ALLEGED UNFAIRNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

AW2GISD UNFAUNISSS. j Sir,—-Re controversy "Vigilant" versus Q-oldiug & J>uce, the latter were aqcused of not being patriotic "ay ..regards tUs full use of the lia!!, It seems as if there is a misunder standing somewhere, but my own feelings being always with the brave ones at the front, I feel it very un fair to them to think of young fel lows drawing two cheques on the Saturday evenings, while those at the front are fighting for them and a few more, who are too timid to ! face the real gun as shown oil the .screen. -I am, etc., TOO OLD TO FIGHT. Donald, February loth.

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News of the Moment NOTES OF LOCAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

News of the Moment NOTES OF LOCAL INTEREST The Dunmunkle Shire Council 'has requested the Governme"t to supply a truck, of drinking water for the Banyeua siding. Messrs Dines and Goodland, of the Survey Party, who have been in the Corack "district, for some months, have enlisted, and are now in camp at Royal Park. Miss Walsh, of Maryborough, has completed the making of 100 shirts for the Red Cross. Who holds the record among the Donald and Watchem ladies ? Do not all speak at once ! Mr Evan Gwynue Bona, of Mel bourne, is on a visit tp Donald, where he was formerly in business as a lawyer. Mr Bona was a general favorite amongst local residents, who were glad to meet him duriug bis visit. Have you auyllnng worth sell iug ? Anything you wish to put to the farmers ? Any goods, machin ery, &c., to place at the doors of the townspeople, farmers, and others ? If so, advertise it at once in the Donald Times, which is rapidly in creasing in circulation. At the Court of Industrial App...

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"VIGILANT" ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

"VIGILANT" 0NCI5 MORU. Sir,—In reply to Messrs Goldiug and I/iiice. In your last reply you say when oue of our riflemen lands his bullet on the wrong target it is counted a miss, and there is no u-„e saying any more about it. This quotation will suit your case, as there is no analogy between one of our riflemen and the point of issue in this correspondence. It suits your present purpose', perhaps, but it poiots out another factor of weak ness in }rour defence. Your epistle contains a deal of literary bye-play. In my last I pinned you down to two issues, viz :—Who informed you that there was insufficient wares to keep open the fair uutil after 8 p.m. and also to give the reasons why .you were advised to re order your programme You coquete around these two items, and religi ously avoid reply to them. How cau you say you have given a full reply now ? I will give a reply to one, aud wait to see if you will re ply to the other. At your invita tion I approached the promoters of the Jumble...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

FOK THE COMPLEXION. livery v,'Oin;j.ij sI;oi)!(| take pridoand de light in liar pursoijaj appearance, ancl no woman can ba truly ijoujtifijl v/itl|oi}t sho has the bright eyes, rosy cheeks, ,inc} the fresh, clear complexion of health. livorj' woman may possess these charms if she will attend carefully to her physical cqndition, and to accomplish this she will ijnd Jyaxo.'/.'ouie Pills invaluable, for clean ijfoqd means $ clear cqnyplexion, and Laxo 'JPonic Pilja taken $s a fQiij:, will give /inyoue clean, puro, r<j<J blood. Regular 81 iO, [§ j (Joijljle, 2$. Obtainable everyr where. Messrs Young Bros wili,, conduct a special sheep .sale at Watcheui on Thursday, February 17th, when over 2000 sheep v/ill be yarded.

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