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IN HONOR OF OUR HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

IN HONOR OF OUR HEROK3. Sir,—In your paper of the Sth iust there was a letter signed "Brown," suggesting that a meet ing be called to arrange with the present owners of the picture plant to run a show to raise funds to build a club m honor of our fallen heroes and others who have taken part in this terrible war. I am heart and soul with "Brown." and think it a splendid idea. I would suggest that some arrangement be made with the Donald Mechanics' Institute to sell th"• old building, and build a new club, institute, hall, and other, rooms for lodge and meeting purp oses. We could run a picture show and that would bring in sufficient rent to pay interest, &c. The rent of the present hail is £2 per night, or ,£104 per year. Say we raised .£1000 to build at five per cent— £50 ; we have still £51 to pay the expenses We shoull have a more up-to date hall in a town like Don ald. I have but.little money, but I'll give £r>,. and that is as much as ,£100 to ms. If anyone doubts my ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

-• v- - . g The close season for Ctpig ■geese terminated on Thursi|| There has been a fair Kg these geese on the Riciiitdsqi Mr <"ieo Goldsmith left Queeuslaud, wbere ia.futiiM reside, on Monday. manager for Mrs J a me? at Corack for some veirs, Jg| very popular. || Messrs Robert Henry DJ:g lie Victor Dti'in, Ti^HS Cnris l'roctor, StisiUy m James Canuard, Gaorgi ^ liams, and Hiroll de.V^; enliste 1 at DJinld daringti®| There are more to bi esi®^ Hospital .Suiidi}' at -^"jf cott realised approximiWg| including 13 bags wheat d«g| as against ,£10 Is 51 lasty-jpjj ready this seaso.i /u ^ raised by the Do:uld;« for the St. Arnaiul H3S?iW|j Messrs Young Bros specia' sheep sale Thursday. February 1<. good sheep will be °®ete .,;^ special sheep sale at Dons-:^ urday, March It. requested for the purpo- ^ advertising arrangements.. |gp Mr \V. A. Morgan, ii ^p| tion with Messrs \om:^ will conduct a c'san®f^ the farm of Mr JaJn-sT near Litchfield, on March Sth. Mr CailU1S ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

IfiHHElRWKS ggfeffe 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 "\ This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu faclurer is absolutely pre? pared to stake every ounce ~ of his Magnificent Reput- ' alion on the fact -that HEARNE'S m^jWk BRONCHITIS CURE is equally beneficial ir;z.^ to young CHILDREN, _ ^ ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR ' COUGHS and COLDS • i®/'. ' %m i| ~/p< -ill |""3 f"15""5 7f«3 |p$v | jh. M SkC** ^Us=3tf 1 'ECT10N o s 0 © Of the Furniture that comprises our 6tock, the prices come as a pleasant surprise. Your notion of cost will Be found to be woe fully extravagant if you have based your estimate on the prices charged elsewhere. We're always pleased to cee y@u on a vioit of inspection only, because our stocks always create ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Markets. YOUNG BROS.' SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

The Markets. YOUNG BROS.' SAU-). Messrs Yoitug Bros., of Donald, report having rfakl since January 1st:—-A/e Mr J. G. Nitschke, 100 fat wethers ; a/c Mr J. 1. Lee, 26 I wethers ; a/c Mr K. L-e, jun., 151 wethers; • a/c Mr M. LSurtou, o2 cross weaners : a c Mr P, T. Mil ler, 090 cross ewes ; a/c Mr J, G. Nitschke, -10" cross weaners ; a/c I J. D. Galviti, 200 cross weaners and 250 cross ewes ; a/c Mr A. Rankin, 25 fat wethers: a/c Mr J. Caunard, Lincoln ram, 200 ewes, LOO merino ewes, and 27 iambs ; a/c Messrs C. & W. O'Caliaglian, 103 iambs, -IT small lambs, and 183 cross ewes ; a/c Mr \V. J. Whelan, -10 meiino I ewes; a/c Mr J. Hall, 50 cross ewes and -10 cross wethers ; a/c Mr J. B. I Tonkin, 108 cross weaners ; a/C Mr T. McNaughton, 500 merino weth ers ; a/c Mr L. Naughton, SO fat wethers ; iu conjunction with other agents near Hchuca and Jerilderie, 1200 weaners, 500 cross, and 7<i cross ewes. Cattle:—A/c Mr P. pearse, fat heifer; a/c Mr J. M Borden, three fat...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

MILK IN POWDER FORM I.'N" Ibeso liar.l times every honsawifr JL must economise. I find Trul'ooi Po-vderod Milk a blsssifi;.^ in our house : it is a real in moy saver. Thi'.s wrote, a grateful lady, and her experience has been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have bain using Powderird. Mill; for a considerable period. The sys tem by which pure cow's milk is converted into powder form may well be considered one of tV.e in irvellous inventions of mod-, ern times. Tlio p Ltent rights wer secured' by a Victorian Company, and the build ings and plant, were erected at Gdeuorruis-' ton fin the centri of the far-fanel Western 1 listrict) at a cost of about ^T59,0t)0. livery precaution is tsken to obtain pure fresh milk, and the sapply is drawn from a radius of aboii*; four miles only. ' Tiia dairymen deliver milk each morning and evening, and then within two or throo hours ttio milk is converted into powder. It is packed in tins ready for market; in this form, tiio milk rot...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCLUSION REQUIRED. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

CONCLUSION REQUIRED. To the ICclitor. Sir,—It appears to me that this controversy is now upon the waves, tossed here, buffetted there, and if some attempt ' at conciliation is not shortly made all chances of gaining either £r> note for patriotic fun :1s will be lost. The issues, it is pre sumed, at stake are:—"Which is the imst patriotic, "Vigilant" or Messrs Gliding and I/mce ? " and "Did Messrs Golding and Lance fur nish particulars to 'he reply accurate in every detail?" As botli wagers were made through the Times, the gentlemen should, as honorable men, endeavour to have the controversy satisfactorily concluded It appears in the light of recent events that Messrs Golding and Lance are en deavoring to shift the responsibilities upon the shoulders of Mesdatnes Smith and Broughton, which comes with ill-grace. "Vigilant" professes to know all about the matter; well, let the public know it, and if public opinion is so interested as some may think, they will quickly decide to to wh...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A REFUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

a refutation. The letters now being published on the above questiuti, which have appeared under the appellation of "Vigilant," have been credited to me. As I have no desire to take utito myself undeserved notoriety, I wou'd bs pleased if those respon sible for these assertions would 110 tice ibis emphatic refutation. -I | am, &c. PI A R OLD A. .l'RIDUR.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMELL OF AN OILY RAG [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

SMEU, OF AN OILY R.\G Sapper Vic Willey continues bis narrative, and tells of the reunion with his brother :—"I received the surprise of my life the-morning we arrived in EJgypt, when who should walk up and shake hands but Har old. I could not believe that it was him. I never expected to see him over here. He looks real well. We had a great old talk, and we were just like a newly married couple, {-happened to have some tinned goods, which I received at Jvcmnos, and as we were both hungry, we bad a good feed—the first he had had for a long time I can about live 011 the smell of an oily rag now, as we are quite used to having no thing to eat I was greatly sur prised to hear that Joe Iloare had been killed. I am sorry to hear it. I knew nothing of it until Harold lokl me. I had a chat wi'h Wally Wardiey the day he left the old pe ninsula, and he was looking real well. I know that he got away from the peninsula alright. I never s'aw any other Donald boys for months. Will liischolt is ha...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

At Mr W, H. Gray's special horse I sale on Wednesday, March 1st, Mr i Chas. Griffiths is sending iu eight pedigreed draught mares, colts and f|llies. Three of these mares are iu fqal to The Admiral. Other owners who have entered horscss are Messrs John Gilmqur, Wni. Coats, A. 1,011 titt, and J. Melican. These horses are mostly for unreserved sale, and are a very good lot. As a good ijutpber of buyers will be present, vendors are asked-to forward their [ entries their earliest, ! For Cttt'ouic Citiest Compiamts V?oo<V« (ireot Peptiarmlat Cute

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Is It Patriotism? [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

Is It Patriotism ? "Too O'd to Fight," Donald.— All letters must pass through the Editor's baud, but strict secrecy is guaranteed. The name must always be supplied, not necessarily for pub j licatiou, but as a guarantee of good faith. — -Kr>. Times.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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In Memory of Syme. THE PEOPLE'S TRIBUNE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

In Memory ot Synie. THE PEOPLE'S TRIBUNi; "If there is a Gol, and if we are His pecn'e. T ci'vot please Him better tb^n oy -mp oying my talents towards tlie advancement and up lifting of that portion of'the race with which my lot is cast. —Syme. Eighty-nine years u^o there was born at Haddingtonshire, Scotland, a child (writes' Derby Clo.iard) who in later years was destined to be come one of the pillars of the State and the father of Protection in Aus tralia. This was David Syme, the -editor of Trrii Agh, who eight years j ago yesterday passed away at Kew. Plis parents came from Forfarshire to Haddingtonshire, where his stern father was schoolmaster of the North Berwick village. The days of David Symes' childhood were most unhappy. To him the bright world of the Lothians, due to par ental sternness, appeared a modern Iiades. The father was an excell ent Latin scholar, but his motto was rigid, and amounted to "Do as I tell you, and ask 110 questions." David Syme had 110 recollection...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HAPPY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

A HAPPY MEETING. Writing from the historic battle ground of Tel-el-Kebir, Egypt, on December 3], Sapper Harold Wil ley writes :—"I am still iu the best of health and spirits, and hope you are all likewise. I have been fortu nate enough to meet Victor. His company left Gallipoli Peninsula on December 20th, and arrived here on the 28th. I went through their lines, aud you might guess how over joyed we were at meeting. We had a real hearty haud-shake for about five minutes, but neither could speak for awhile with excite ment. • At last Vic managed to splutter out : "My God, * you: Bun ! I never expected to meet you here ! " After enquiring about all at home, we went to my..tent, aud - shared breakfast. Neither of us eat much, as we talked too much. After our meal was fitiished, I had to fall in on the parade, but as soon as there was a chance, we got away to a quiet spot, and had a real good yarn ; iu fact, we have not stopped yet. I expected to see him broken up a little, but you will...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Happy Meeting in Egypt THE WILLEY BOYS MEET AND TALK OVER OLD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

A Happy Meeting in Egypt THE WIEEEY BOYS MEET AND TALK OVER OED TIMES. Below we publish two interesting letters, received by Mr and Mrs W. Willey, of Donald, from their sons, Sappers Victor and Harold Willey. The former soldier, though young in years, may now consider himself * veteran warrior, for, with the ex ception of a short holiday at Lem uos, he has been in the trenches since the memorable Sunday in Ap ril, when the Australian soldiers landed on Gallipoli Peninsula : —

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL AT TEL-EL-KEBIR. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

ARRIVAL AT TEL,-EI,-KrjBIR. On New Year's Eve, Sapper Vic tor Willey wrote from Tel-el-Keblr :—"We are in Egypt, not at Ciiro, but away'out in the desert at Tel-el Kebir. There is only sand here, and we cannot get a decent feed. There is a little village about quar ter of a mile away, but this is out of bounds. I do not knqw what the fir^t division has done to deserve this treatment—after being eight months on the other side, and you have some idea what it was like, to get landed in a place like this J - I reckoj it is time the people of Aus tralia should deraaud that we should have a spell. The railway . liue is only 200 yards from here, aud it ; takes three hours to rea'ch JCairo; one and a half to Zag-a-Zig, and six hours to Alexandria. We are caniped qn the battle ground where the fate qf Egypt was decided, Thirty thousand Arabs were killed in this battle, but I do uot know Wolseley's losses. There is a large burial plice here, with any amount of British troops in it. If we dig ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD-BYE TO THE TURKS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 15 February 1916

GOOD-BYE TO THIi TURKS. From aboard the transport "Ca ledonia," on Xtnas Eve, Sapper Victor Willey writes "I am still iu the laud (or water ?) of the liv ing, and may state that I am feel ing pretty couteuted o-i it, as the day before we left Lemnos I had two more parcels and a Xmas billy 'landed to me. I have therefore ieeu liviag very high this last week >r so. I suppose you knuw that we lave evacuated the peninsula'" It vas wonderful how we got off the peninsula, as I believe tbat..we had mly one casualty iu the whole ev icuatiou. I must give somebody credit for it, though everyone did iheir little bit towards getting off as juiet as possible. We didn't feel ■iafe there the last week or so, as practicallv all of the infantry had jone. I do not know if the Turk knew that we were leaving—per haps he didn't want to know—but, it any rate, we are all off now, with the exception of those poor fellows who'll never return. I hope we are finished with that part of the war. [ don't thin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

N When you ruu out of your pres ent stock of letterpapers, envelopes, memoforms, billheads, or any other office stationery, do not fail getting a quotation from the Times 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, EJid at reasonable chargw. AUSTRAL! KEROSENE OIL I ENGINES! ARK THK Strongest, Most Reliable, Most Economic Engines on the Market I They arc specially (.lesigiititl by the acfcuul Makers ill Australia to suit^l tralian Requirements.. They are so simple, solid, and well made, tbaUil loug satisfaction is assured without coustaut duplication of parts or r attention. They have no high-speed intricate attachments or ek>< fittings to get out of order. They use phwu, safe kerosene, ao'l . require lamp after starting under any conditions of load. Thev aie fully governed, and nevor carbonize in piston or other parts. J hey a...

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LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

LIST 01' TJSLKPHONli STATIONS AND FEES. Litchfield Massey Watcheui Morton Plains Birchip Curyo Woouielang . Lascelles Kinnabulla. . Ouyeu St. Aruaud Add i iniii. s. d. 0 2 0 2 0 & 0 3 0 5 0 6 0 9 1 6 0 4 1 3 0 0 Fee for first 3 luin. s. d. 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 0 ■ 0 8 1 0 1 3 0 8 1 10 0 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

— pied — On Active Service — OR IN AUSTRALIA — The following soldiers from tbe Donald and Birchip shires have lost their lives in the defence of the em pire. "The path of duty leads but to the grave."—Gray's Elegy. Private W. Adlain, Donald, Private Dan Barry, Donald, Trooper A. W. Barber, Laen, Private Harry Blanch, Birchip, Private A. Bailes, Donald East, Private Raymond Bennett, Birchip. Private W. Coombs, Corack East, Private N. Fielding, Watchem. Private A. Guyatt, Laen, Private W. Gilchrist, Watchem, Private James A. Hoare, Donald, Lance-Corporal J. Lilburue, Birchip Private Leslie McConachy, Laen, Private A. McCredden, Birchip, Private W. McElhinney, Birchip, Private C. Power, Birchip, Private G. Power, Birchip, Lance-Corporal J Walder, Watchem NOTICE Wc are not going to say the Times is a popular paper, but we can refer you to our advertising columns, and let you decide the matter. Listen! Advertisements in this journal will say more for you in one issue thau all the politi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Sean a Co. Cocehbuilders). New and Up-to.date Premises now p open. Spacious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Batbs. Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best. Tariff Moderate. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. \V. D1TCHBURN, Proprietor, T.ist, of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD j At the request of several of our sub- I 6crib#r9, we again publish the full list on ; their behalf. Subscribers and the public generally would do Well to cut the list out and keep aams for reference. 44 J. L. Bales, Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset & Son, Commission Agents ; and Private Residence. 59 C. E. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. 58 A. S. Blundy, Builder, Woods Street; and Private Residonce, Woods btr 49 J.H.Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; add Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Banyena Rd. 39 P. Bourke, Farmer. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewellers. 56 W. Cox, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

IF* Off? gJOB - PRINTIMG TIMES OIFIFZG3. 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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