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

l"OIi THE COMPLEXION. l'.very woman should take pride aud de light in lier personal appearance, and no woman can be truly beautiful, without she lias the bright eyes. 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 menus a clear complexion, and Laxo Tonic fills taken-as a.-ton!v-will give anyone clean, pure, red blood. Regular : size, Is ; double, 2s. Obtainable every ' where. Mr P. Sullivan, of; Witch)pool, had the misfortune to lose his , draught stallion, Young Lord Hope Uoun, on Monday evening, the cause of death being iupture of the bowels." The animal was insured Australian Mutual ■ Insurance .Company, .of which Mr W. Willev is local agent. , Stockowners will do well to re" member that Mr W A. Morgan's] spccial sale of cattle will be held on.' Friday, February 25, when over 100 head of prime to s...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916. THE SCHMIDT BUNGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

The Donald Tirqe^ With which is incorporated the Donald Kxprrss-- and Lands borough Times. Editor, Harold A. Prider. Friday, February 18, 191o. THE SCHMIDT BUNGLE. At Tuesday's meeting of the Don ald Shire Council a letter was read from the Traralgon Protest Com mittee, asking the local municipal authorities to pass a resolution de manding an explanation from the Minister of Defence in regard to the Rudolph Schmidt bungle. Some months ago this German-Australian, who was employed at the Traralgon Post Office, gained an unenviable notoriety by his scandalous, lying sta'ements about our much loved Sovereign, whom he called a "weak kaeed drunkard." A.s soon as war j was declared, Schmidt lost uo op- I portunity to express his hope that j the descendants of Attila's Huns wsuld be victorious. His conduct became so offensive, that he wjs in terued ; but shortly afterwards this disciple of Kultur wa? released by George Foster Pearce, the Mini ster of Defence. The Minister has refused to giv...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Duck Season AT LAKE BULOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

The Duck Season AT LAKE BU-LOKE. " The duck season opened on Tues ilay morning under exceptionally favorable circumstances. Lake Bu-. joke was the rendezvous! Through nut Monday parties from Stawell,. Navarre, Duuolly, ,St- Ariiaud, Bealiba, and other parts were passing through Donald en route for the lakes, where they camped on Monday night. Besides these -' visitors, Woomelang, Birchip.; Charlton, Hopetoun, and Beulah were: repre sented, and with the local sportsmen it is said there were about 500 pre sent., Shooting commenced at an early hour, and- game was fairly abundant, though- the St. Arnaud visitors anticipated more, because of the fact that ^the ducks, had been' protected for practically two seasons. However, a good time was spent by all present. " The bogs were, of course, restricted to 15 birds, and we understand tliat Messrs Basset, W. A. Hearn, WVBandy,. and J.< h. Bales secured the limit, whilst a party of five secured 60 between tbein. It is said that one ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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STUBBLE BURNING DANGER [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

STUBBLE BURNING DANGER "Have the Council the right to prevent farmers from burning stubble before March 1st ? " This question was asked by Cr B asset at thg council meeting on Tueslay. Cr Sproat held that the council did not possess so much power. Cr Basset states that there is a consid erable amount of danger attached to the burnidg of stubble at this stage, as there was still a quiutity of wheat to be carted from the fields, and a large amount of hay had yet to be stacked. It would be an un wise to burn stubble whilst grain and fodder lies unprotected in the paddocks. Cr Basset said that last week be had noticed one faimer burning thistles and wild oats, and he thought it advisable to ask the Press to urge upon the farmers the wisdom of not burning off stubble before March 1st. Cr Sproat sug gested that the northern shires be circularise i, asking them not to burn stubble until after March 1st. Cr Green supported the motion, but thought burning should be allowed during the night.<...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Is It Patriotism? INTERESTING DEVELOPMENTS VATICINATED To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Is It Patriotism ? interesting develop ments vaticinated "To the Kditor. Sir,—'-Vigilant" in his latest let ter, appears to have at last decided on something more satisfactory and definite than a controversy in the public press. We welcome his sug gestion that the council (or a com mittee from that body ) be appointed to go very fully into the matter, and give their decision, which will be filial. The only question which con cerns us is : Have our statements been accurate? We are prcpaied (o prove that they have. Now, if "Vi gilant" is a man of courage, and is . prepared to disclose his real natne, we will negotiate with him at once, aud go right ahead with the inquiry at which, no doubt, he will "ignite" some of his "unexploded powder " Now, "Vigilant," you say that you have visited the promoters of the jumble fair, at our invitation, aud received their authority to give "an emphatic denial" to our statements. Well, iii the first place, we must say that you have been a very long ti...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Mr Frank Dickesou i£| a cricket bit and ball to .g Wounded Soldiers' Htl!M was won by Mr 1)10 jof competitions for | average. For Ciii'ouic Cliestl.'"'""" Woo-r« arret PePP".

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Primary Producer. NOTES ON SEED WHEATS ARTICLE NO II. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

The Primary Producer. notes on.seed wheats Article No ii. The following notes 011 varieties of seed wheats, as written by Mr A. E. V. Richardson, now available for distribution, may be of use to farmers in the Donald district :— — COLLEGE ECLIPSE — This variety was evolved at Rose worthy from Carmichael's Eclipse— a variety very popular in the north ern districts of South Australia. It does not mature as quickly as Glu yas or King's Early, but is a good giowing variety of fair stooling ca pacity, and fairly resistant to fung us diseases. The ear is dark brown in color, almost beardless, and holds the grain well. Though somewhat unattractive in appearance, it has given good returns in departmental tests, and will probably prove a good wheat to grow in drier areas. — COMEBACK — This is ari early variety, of fair stooling capacity, moderately tall, with clean, hollow straw, and makes a very nice sample of hay. The ears are creamy-yellow, beardless and smooth, of moderate length, fairly...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Local Board of He[?] WATCHEM SCHOOL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

u Local Board of He| i i &amp;lt;» &amp;lt; w WATCrlEM SCHOOL C| : '. At the,Board of Healtk| on Tuesday, the Health OM Watchem, . Dr K. A. Ho!® ported'as follows :—"Haviii that a child had been "rem;® Saturday to St Arnaul, from scarlet fever, Ivia^ chetn, and discovered Uvoj al cases. These were tak:|j St Arnaud Hospital on |j •I left" orders for the proper® tive measures to be tate| homes of these children. Ij§ it well to close the school,#? done- this for an indefinitip disinfection to be carried "meantime. The immediate the outbreak appears to teg: tient, Myrtle Spicer, whig .the; disease two weeks, i'i| •beiug reported, or askicglf vibe. Her parents, I shon|| are liable to be fined, or|| should be severely reprinnsjf is to be hoped that the Sp taken will stop thi eoideiii^ v MrJ. T. Boles, hWdng reported that the school closed-by Dr Holland. || Cr II, Green protested^ people suffering from infeS seases travelling on train!|| to regulations. Me eniln'S remarks in a moti...

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

ComnuwcaltltfiMM - Himu i:; aw «•: i'i: i. yj»m;y t -fo?="n GonsraS. Banking- Bwsirsoss pAnctpU. \ CITIES and TOWNS or AUSVrTA'-A. Artd LO\iOM j (.'oMt; So. au«l iltJifl- •Ii*:r.v«» • for-'i,'.! l>!ae~« hi'.K | !i« ^«-i r-ti-: mi.i ]!• »•! -»l. l„"j ier-» of :»mim i.i vy •..n i of ih* w»»rl»J Uanki-.-i tv»l &amp;lt;>f -vorv 'r:i iwi'.liin tJu!nmonu,eai',i, - L unci km*;.! >'.»■ aIimiI (,'nr opftmi Intercut ou lUf«! ifeiHiNila Atlvancsa tn. lie v.ains! rt»pr'»\ tM w.:urM.:«:*. Saving's Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over Post Offices Interest at 00/ 1'- 2550 in Australia. per annum O Cl Deposit. and Papua up to i£3J0 INTKIISTATK and IST15ttN\\TI0S*AL« Savings Hank Facilities J1MF.S KF.:,'.. :»»pn*» r.nTrriKT. DKN'L", N m I I.f.K H. n-ternor JJ Lyric Picfcur«s Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As the management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges and are in possession of a fir...

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

are very liable to rait I cold. They have to go in all weathers— . often having to sit in siliool t%11ii rrel feet. Apart from this, they are always fate to i„.o »viih the risk from infection—especially when epidemics of V> hooping Conjjh, Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about. Mother.* of School Boys and Girls however can be always ol ANXIRTI if they have a bottlo.of if ir q in the house, ts one dose of this Medicine at the iirst indication of a "cold" will at once "nip in the hud what miyht otherwise prove to be a serious il'inpjs. Cork the bottfe'up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Croup Golds on the Chest f\w i,\\ ife THK BIG ARCADE DRAPERS, TAILORS &amp; CLOTIIIKRS, Bridge Street, Ballarat ARK how showing all the latest ideas iu SUMMiiR CLOTH ING for man or woman, boy or girl. Kvervtbiug you can wish for iu holiday clothing will come to you mail free—Send a post card and ask for Tyler's summer catalogue. Our Prices Fit Your — Pocket, — Hi I. tlj is* 4-, H Ml H ....

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

TH 7j TIMS3-£l YE IE POST FKEE. >-iUBSO "?JBS NOW"

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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

OUR ROLL OF HONOR The following is a list of the heroic soldiers who havs enlisted from tbe Donald district. Many of them are now in Gallipoli or elsewhere in the firing line. We would be glad to in sert the names of those unintention ally omitted.' A—R Allen, H Allen, W Abbott, A Alien, S Aitkin, W Adlatti." 11-—Lieut J C Barrie, R H Birber, J Barry, L Birch, JI Berry, G Blair, \V Barnes", .T Bliss, R Bruce, 1) Barry, A Box, P Bennett, H J Beckham. H Biird, J Booley, J Bollevello, A \V Birber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Bailes, C Byrne and W Bur^e, J J Bray, B F Biird, A Brockonshire C—H Cannard, J Cleme.it.-;, \V Coombs, • J Cantwell, J Cameron, J T Casey, A Chapman, R Cruikshank, I' Cole, A Cleary, M Caliir, J Oavanagh. J Clark*, Jack Clarke, A Cnttingham, 'X' OaunarJ, \V Cruicksliank. D — C D'Alton, tl I)e llelker, J P D'Arcy, 0 Davey, \V Davidson, R Dickie. R Dillon II—J J Iifclierid&amp;lt;je, A E'suholt, W Eischolt, G Evans. F H Floyd, A Fistir, N Fiel-lins*, J Fream, J J Fau...

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Watchem News Budg[?] RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Watchem News ■^1 BudJ RED CROSS SOClljjy | Mrs W. D. Hait, secret 1 United Red Cro.ss .Society 1 that-the following o0-i u V re&amp;lt;i sent to Melbourne6 f0r >1 eiidiug- February ioth ■ I sox,' 37 pyj imi suits'35^ I nels; 11 fracture pads, etaftg cases, .four, pairs mitte-,s t°, f! I r>„ITj - ti'w.i l,lr«i - - vurctrjg cult, two towels, t.vo p;-.| caats, pyjinia pant-;, twosca|l hospital bigs, Balaclava cap, J ion?, and .quantity of literatarJ the Lrdy Mayoress' l'.itrioiicii ue, 38 saud bags. I ' .-;Iiist of donations.—MissJ Belleville, pair pillo.v a-,8| tiii boracic ; Vera Merrin,]! Oroales ; Motia Iiauscoai^ preserved fruit ; Dorothy Harjj pair sjxs ; A Blair, literati^! Rankin, pair mittens; &amp;. i pair mittens ; Miss;s Walfel socks aud Uvo picketj miil Miss Caimird, table centre;| Leaby? basket tomato ;'l Darcy, two Coiuena liusi!i| Rankin and M. Male, scarfs;| Lambie, literature ; Misssall and. E Skeives, two tius fel Mesdames Carne, six pactel crystals, tw...

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

UNGUIS A.SING MISERY Kidney Sufferers Gal Little ltsst Or Coui fbi-fc.' " . There is lifcllo sleep, little . rest, little peaoo for many a sufferer from .'kidney: trouble.' Life is oils eontiuuil round of pain. Vou can't rest at night whan there's bjckache. You suffer twinges and •"stubs" of pain, annoying urinary disorders,latna-; una and mrvousnoss. Vou can't be com fortable at work with dirting pains an j biiuding dizzy spells. Neglect these ail nioiKi and serious troubles may follow, llegia usi 11 lc [loan's Iiiekaelie Kidney l'ills. at die lust .sign of disorder. Thousauds have testified to thoir merit.. Mrs II. J,e Contour, Don tld,' says : — "1-V.tr Uollb* of Doan's lUckuelie ICiduey Pills curoil mo of kUlney trouble about t'.volve mouths ago and I have been quite fr?e of the complaint ever since. I was bid tor a long time, the constant headache being very trying, spoiling my rest at night and making me tired and languid during the diy. I was also troubled with diz«v feelings...

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Donald Shire Water Trust ORDINARY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Donald Shire Water Trust ORDIXARV MJUiTING A mailing of the Shire of Donald Water Trust was held at the Shire Mill on Tuesday, when the follow in4 were present : — Connuissioiiirs W. MeMdb i president), \V. Sproat, S J. Wortky, J. L. P-arse, and J. Mcliweii. The mimt'es were adop ted on the motion of Commissioners | Spro.it and Pearse, and tlis outward correspondence was approved of on the motion of C jminis-siouers Sproat and McEweu. ; The State Rivers and Water Sup-, ply Commission enquired whethei there was any objection to making 60 acres at JetTc'ott available forse lection.—Mr J. ' Meagher, thi pre sent lessee, lodged an objictibu'.T-It, was decided, on the motion of Com missioners Sproat and Pearse,. to-re • j fer the matter to tbe'Council. I Commissioner McK.ven said he had received another final-notice from the State Rivers and Water" Supply Commission about rates for water he had never used, and which would never be of any use to hiru. He entered a strong protes*- against ...

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A GOOD INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

A GOOL) INVKSTMENM'. You ..may liivo tin attack nf diarrhoea ! Jyseulory or pains in the sl3uiacli ouo of I these days ami it will bi wjII to rem juiber | tilts namo o( a uudiciiio th it will l'elieve I you. Say it slowly—Chamberlain's Colic j and Diarrhoea Remedy. What will bo ' still better—buy a bottle to-day ; it will bg Is 6d wall invea ed. Said by 11 uitiah, Bros. Owing to pressure on our adver tising space much luitter intended for insertion in this issue has couse- ! quently been unavoidably withheld until next issue.

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Anzac Correspondence GUNNER BECKHAM'S NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Anzac Correspondence GUNNER BECKHAM'S NOTE la a letter to his mother,' Guuuer Harold Beckham, who was then at' Anzac, states that he is still in the bjst of health. During December he had rather an uneauuy experi ence. A howitzer .shell lobbed in the trench, aud blew up his dugout. He was partly buried, aud his nerves were badly shaken.- A sergeant had even a more narrow escape A shell burst iu front, aud lle.v al round his heads, without scratching hiui ! The shell that buried Gutin ner Beckham uuearthed a Turk, who was immediately searched for curioi. "GaUipoli," says the local soldier, "is a God forsaken, out-of the-way, long forgotteu place, not fit for a dog to live in.'-'

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Red Cross Society. THE DONALD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Red Cross Society, THK DONfALD BRANCH. • Thi* following report was Held over from last issue :—The monthly business meeting of the I/idies' Committee was hell on Tuesday, Febiuary 8th. Mrs T. W. Cautwell was in the chair, and the minutes of the previous- meeting were read and confirmed. ; ^The following accounts were read, and passed for payment on the mo tion of Mrs -Meyer and Mrs Mac L'iau-—J; Rovvefi: Sons, ^8 lis 6d; Ball &amp; Welch, £l 17s 81; S. J AVortley, -£l2 lis l^d : Hannah Bros/, £ 1I 4s 4d ; S. G. McPhersou, £2 • 10i 7d ; -Waddell &amp;' Co, .£10' lis 3d. A letter was then read from Mrs. B, M. Bassit, resigning, her position as treasurer. Mrs Basset's resigna tion was accepted with regret by all the members. Moved by Mrs McDo nald, and seconded by Mrs McLean that, the resignation be accepted.. It was then resolved, on the mo tion of Mrs Mcl^eau and Miss Miller, that Mrs Cook be elected in the place of Mrs Basset. The motion was car ried unanimously. The Secreta...

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Donald Shire Council USUAL MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Donald Shire Council j USUAI/ MONTHLY MEETING The usual monthly inset ing of the Donald Sliire Council was held on Tuesday, when Cr Sproat, in the absence of the President (Cr Cant well), who is seriously ill in Mel bourne, presided over the following attendance :—Crs Lavery, McNab, McEwen, Basset, Green, Wortley, and Pearse. The Shire Secretary (Mr C. McCrackeu) and the Inspec tor of Nuisauces (Mr W. Cameron', were also in attendance. CORRESPONDENCE. Mr A. F. Magill, of Nhill, for warded the following resolution, as passed by the Nhill Recruiting Committee :—"That this committee supports the claim of all Australian born British subject to the rights of every free man to enlist, and defend his country, and that the present restriction against natural born Bri tish subjects of enemy parentage be removed, as such restrictions are not warranted, and are detrimental to the recruiting movement."—Cr Sproat said though they were many Germans did not predominate at Nhill, but thought it ina...

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MILK IN POWDER FORM [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

MILK IN POWDUR FORM IX thesn hard Utiles every housewifj must economise. [ lind Trut'ooa Powdered Milk a ljl;ssiu^ in our house it is a real money saver. Thu-s \vroU> a grateful lady, and hot-exporienee lias been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have boeu iisiu;^ 1'owdoird Milk for a considerable period. 'L'lx-j sys tem by which pure cow's milk is uonvorl'uil into j:owdor form may well lie considered oue of the marvellous inventions of mod em timos. Tho. patent rights wer secure 1 by a Victorian Company, an I tho build ings and plant woreereeto 1 at (.4leuormis ton (in this centn of tho f ir-fano 1 Western District) ;il a cost of about JOvery precaution is tsken to obtain pure frosh milk, and tho supply is drawn I'roui a radius of about four miles only. Tim dairymen deliver mill; each morning and evonino, and then within two or Ihruo hours the milk is converted inLo powder. It is packed in tins re.id;- tor 111 irk.it: in this form, tha milk retains its freshness...

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