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The Markets. AND WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

The Markets. AND WOOL SALES Youughusbaud. Row & Co , Ltd., continued their auction sales on Mon day last, when thev brought forward a catalogue of 2154 bales, tbe feature of which was the exceptionally fine display of wools from tbe mountain ous districts adj icent to the River Murray and the Mitta Mitti. Many favorable comments were.-made by buyers as to the excellent ide.i of; marketing these wools on the same day. The clips from these districts for the most pirt opened.up in ex ceptionally dry condition and <>f nice color, but uutortu lately many were rather short iu staple and very, tender, notwithstanding these defects they realised very satisfactory figures : ,011 the other hand those owners who were fortuuate iu haviag.souad wools reaped the benefit/ owing to the fact that buyers (now that the season is drawing to a close) realise: the im mense shortage of this class of staple, consequently there was aa,excellent demand for these wools, at extreme rates....

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

Local and General News NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. Messrs Charles Edward Caunard   William Barton Trollop, and Henry Bell enlisted at Donald during the Week. Corporal Gillies visited Watchem ou Thursday. Some of the recent rejects are Messrs Louis   Dion, Joe Milburn (pr'oprietor of the Shamrock Hotel), John Bell, Joe Bren, D R. Hutton, Voldimir S.varth (a native of Finland), John Lever, E. S. Dunstau, and ljdwird Jones Driver Nelson, who has been on a holiday at Donald, returned to Melbourne on Wednesday, as, we regret to say, Mrs Nelson was seriously ill at Kensington. Driver Nelson attended the opening of the duck season at Lake Buloke, and secured a bag of nine ducks out of 11 shots. This genial, soldier, the father of 13 children, and six soldier sons, will shortly return to the war   zone. That he will be spared, as he has been at South Africa and in Gallipoli, to return to Australia once more, and enjoy the blessings of peace, is the wish of a...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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A Young Man Vanishes. A LOCAL CASE OF MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 18 February 1916

A Young Man Vanishes. A LOCAL CASE OF MYSTERY A case that has afforded the po-   lice much food for thought, and much exertion, has come under our   notice. On Sunday evening Percy   Moore, aged 21 years, disappeared     from Donald, and has not been seen   or heard of since. It appears that he and his mother were staying at   Avalon House, the residence of Mrs Wilkinson, in Hammill Street, and   had only recently came out of the St Arnaud Hospital. He was lay- ing on his bed, when his mother went out on the verandah, but on returning she found he had gone. A search was made without result, and the police were then informed. Senior Constable Mahoney and Constable Bowden searched around Corack, Jeffcott, and Lake Buloke, and all along the Richardson. They dragged the dams, and about two miles of the river, as it was thought he may have committed suicide, but neither the police nor ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

iAvoca Sale ■Thursday, Feb. 24 C1RAWF0RD, Dowling& Go will > offer 3000 store sheep, some splendid Jines, including lambs,, ewes, and wethers ; also 50 Fat Sheep, 50 Fat I,ambs, 40 Store Cattle. 30 Fat Cattle. • J. PHILLIPS Agricultural & Geueral Blacksmith (Next door to lilectiic I'ower Station) Good Work Reasonable prices When in Donald Don't Forget to call at D. GILLIES, IBoolbBim Silk:®!? Moore's Poultry — Farm Next Mr J. Brotighton's residence All classes of poultry for sale at reason able prices. Young ducks and cliickeus {rom a week old and upwards. .Inspection Invited : R A. CALDOW, OUYEN. AUCTIONEER, LAND AND GEN UK All COMMISSION AGENT, Loans Negotiated 011 Leasehold aud . Freehold Properties, ONLY TEMPOKA14Y AT FIRST Constipation is due to wjakiiffijs of the bowels, probably caused by indigestion, and in tlie beginning is only temporary. Drastic physics cause it to become chronic for they so weaken the bowels that they will not aet without assistance. N...

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Our Volunteers. LIST GROWING STEADILY. The following young men have enlisted at Donald during the present recruiting campaign:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

Our Volunteers, LIST GROWING STEADILY. The'-following young men have enlisted at Donald during- the pre sent recruiting campaign Bell, Henry Peck, Cyril ' Gilbert, Charles Scullie, Peter Woods, Arthur Baker, John William Cosgrove, Iiarry Ferguson, Henry Leslie .Emery, Ralph James Cole, Robert James Turnbull, Albert Ii. Ske.ves", John I-Ieniy Kofoed, Laurence Leonard Fahey, Daniel Peter . Boultby, Sydney Arthur Williams, George Marshall de Valle, Harold Gaunard, Stanley James Smith, Thomas • Dunn, Robert Ilenry D1.1111, Leslie Victor Cannard, Thomas Caunard, Charles Ivdivard Belleville, Augustine.P. Hage, Thomas Humphreys, William Walpole, Francis T.. Carlisle, Thomas Mayman, Thomas Walder, Lewellyn T. Leech", name unknown Richards, name unknown Baddoek, Donald Melville McIJrvale, Ivan Ten1 pie ton r Trollop, William Barton

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

Fis 1 lories Act. 1915 XOT1CE OF INTENTION RE SECOND SCHEDULE, FISHERIES ACT, 1915 IT is hereby notified, for general infor mation, that it is intended, after the expiration of one month from ilie date of tlin first publication of this notice in the "Victoria Government Gazette," to move Ilis Excellency the Governor in Council to wake a Proclamation directing that the fpecies of fish mentioned in the list fol lowing shall, from the date of such proc lamation, fce included is: the Second Sche dule to the Fisheries Act, lyio, and that the length less th;in which it shall be un lawful for any person to take, attempt to talta or consign, or have in his possession, house or shop, or under his control, Or sell, or expose for sale, fish, of such spe cies, shall be the length set opposite the name of each such species of fish in the said list. List referred to— , IJlacK-fisli (except those in stream I lioiving north from the Great [ Dividing Range), inches, lireani, S inches, liutterfisb, 7...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Corack East Mail. TENDERS NOW INVITED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

Co rack East Mail. TENDERS'NOW INVITED. Mr II. J. Perry, has received an intimation from the Deputy Post master General regarding the uiail service from Wycbeproof .uud Cor ack Hast, iri" Which" it'is stated that the Department will invite local offers for an alternate service,to and from Wycbeproof and Corack Bast, via Honiedale and Perry's twice or | three times weekly. Alternative tenders are required for the service to stait from either end for 12 months, commencing April 1st!916.. Tenders must bp sent in not later than February 29th. Forms, etc can be obtained at the Wycbeproof and Corack post offices. The annual meeting of the Douald Coursing Club will- be held -at tbe j Mount Jeffcott Hotel this evening. f Mr Percy Dunn, of Lake Buloke, is at present seriously ill with rbeu maticsjof the heart. He is under the care of Dr. Calhoun, of Donald Miss Taylor, of the Donald State School, who bad suddenly become ill, was removed to the St, Arnaud Hospital on Sunday. Mr \V. A. Morgan ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1916. THE LIVERPOOL MUTINY [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

The Donald Timeg With wliich is incorporated • the Donald Express and Lands borough Times. Editor, Harold A. Prider. Tuesday, Fkbruary 22, 1916. THE LIVERPOOL MUTINY NK\v South Wales is always ready to furnish not only Australia, but the world, with lessons as legards industrialism. Not satisfied with the extraordinary object lessons set be fore the world just now by the Bro ken Hill miners, 'who have struck against their employers, their fello*' unionists, the whole community, and the interests of th° -Umpire, the parent State has now afforded the disgraceful spectacle of thousands of men enrolled for the special purpose of protecting the welfare of the Empire handing themselves together and rising in rebellion against the authorities they have sworn under penalty of death to obey, and de manding shorter hours of training than the}' have to undergo. A little while ago the same men were insist ing on the right to travel free by rail whenever they got tired of the local beer and desi...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Cope Cope News Budget HARVEST THANKSGIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

Cope Cope News Budget 1IARVHST TI-IANKSGIVXNG. The Annual Harvest Thanks giving Services of the Cope Cope Presbyterian. Congregation were held last Sunday in the presence of full congregations. The splendid harvest yields were reflected in the hearty cbaractc-r of the sieging and the services genera]])'. The Choir led the singing and j rendered an anthem at the afternoon service while Miss Pansy Pope ren dered a Solo at night in an effective manner. The Church was tastefully decor ated with wheat sheaves, fruits, and vegetables by the ladies and gentlemen of the Church, and the Rev. J- D. -Walker selected suitable topics for his discourses. The collections which are easily a record are to be allocated to the cential committee in Melbourne for the wider work of the Church.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

PAIN'S IN' THE STOMACH. I WUlis CI;;?' ailment i« not dangerous it Is ' not at all aW anvone who is 1 subject to atomics of it jj'ill bo ploaa^ I to iparn how quick relief may had. A dosooE Chamborlain's Colin and I>iar»i,cc? Roueiiy fij a little water is all that is necessary. It js ifi) :d-*?l remedy for this complaint for it always effects jiymediate relief and is pleasant to Ufcji, $old by Hannah liroi;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

No tidings of the nii»ir;;y!,p Percy Moore, who di-".-I? from Avalou Housa, Djw-a £ Sunday week, liare been^ His fate is quite unhtoir' v\| Sunday a party consi tinjf b I Constable Mahoney, Coo=k St deo, Mr C. McCracken au' | S. Colby, searched arLU" Buloke, but the search wM' Whilst riding ia the -v'!'" tyootnelaug on S itiirday, Mr Ouiuu, of Wootuetot'" fell, and 'he rider hado:^ i legs fractqred. lie wa to ? I the Mount Jeffcott Ho'e' oa Sunday, and removed I Arnand Hospital on Motile - ^ ! A GOOD IsrVfiSTJHp' "*■. Vou may Itace an attack?.* dysentery or pains in tlio sS >■ " these daysand it will be well ft ' the name of a uiedicina that * you. Say it slotvly— Htid Diarrhoea Remedy, J still better—buy a bottla be Is 6d well iuveaed. Soldi* Bros,

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Local and General News NEWS FROM ALL PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

Local and General Newsj NEWS FROM AI,r, PARTS. Cotton Weed.—The Kara Kira Siiire Council has decided to obtaiu the views of the Donald Shire Council, and adjacent municip ili ties, as to whether the cotton weed should bi included iu the noxious weeds list of Victoria. Rejected Volunteers.—We | remind those who have volunteered, but have beeu rejected at Donald, that badges will be issued to all re jects who can show proof of haying volunteered for service at auy time since the commencement of the war. AVA' TVV' Pure Foods Act.—Recently the Pure Foods Inspector visited Cop? Cope, and obtained samples of the various foods. As is the custom, these goods were submitted for an alysis, and the Government Anal yst reports that the articles com plied with the standards. For Our Nurses.—Another button day will be celebrated next Friday. This will ba "Our Day," and the proceeds are to be devoted to a fund for sick and incapacitated military nurses. The Donald Red Cross Society will participat...

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FOR THE COMPLEN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

FOR THE COHPLM1'1 , Ev/sry woman should tikepr • light iii her personal appears'" . woman . can be truly baatit i slip lias thu bright eyo , io« c * the. fresh, clear complBM*"10" • Every woman may po c sti* * if she will attend carefully to h, , condition, and to accomplish '' ■ find Laxo-'i'ouic Fills im itaiw . blood means a clear complex""1 K Tonic Pills taken as a tour ^.,,v anyone clean, puro, red bloo size, Is ; double, -'s. Obtwtf1 ^ where. . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

MII/K IN POWDER l-ORM IN these hard times evmy housowifc must economise. I iiud Triffood Powdered Milk a bbssiug in our house it is a l'onl luiiiev savor. Tints wrot-j a grateful lady, and her experience has been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have been using Powdered Stillf fur a considerable period, The sys tem by which pure cow's u|ilk is converted into powdnr form may well be considered one of the marvellous invuntioiis of mod ern times. Tho intent rights wer'secured by a Victorian Company, and tho build ings and plant were erected at (jlenormis tm (in the centr i of the f-ir-faue I Western District) at a cost of about _£"5u,OGO. Kvery precaution is taken to obtaiu pure fresh milk, and tho supply is drawn from a radius of abaut four miles only. Tliii dairymen deliver milk .each morning anil evpniijg, and tlieu within two or throe hours the iijilk is converted into powder. It its packed in tins r'eidy for mu-Icnt; in this form, the milk retains its ' fresl)ues...

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Wheat Scheme Ma[?] DISCUSSED AT CHAR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

Wheat Scheme Mat ; DISCUSSED AT CKAf A meeting of the Charlto ■: caltnral Society was held a!"»: chauics ou Wednesday after^ - discuss several question-it1'' tion with, the wheat schem! president, Mr Alex Reid the chair. I" . Tn regard to the prop;rcji$ of wheat stacks, Mr J. ^ moved that a local comc^"= formed' to see that this properly carried out. MrlSf\" in secondiug the motion, of inferiorwheat was gonij- & stacks. The motion wa"c£"< Messrs C. Ii. Churchill Ewen moved that .Mr Hi ■*, be written to for po.ver to>«( committees from local a?r%j societies.—Carried. Itn*, J to circularise other socie'K ? iug co-operation. Messrs Olive and Mcliff.1 > that the Wheat Commis'io: ed to explain why wheat it- ^ sold to millers at i-> Id, f price f.o.b. was 5s 7'2^. ad < of sixpence. -Carried.

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The Primary Producer. NOTES ON SEED WHEATS ARTICLE NO II. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

The Primary Producer. NOTES ON SEED WHEATS AimcuE No II. The following notes on varieties of seed wheats, as written by Mr A. 13. V. Richardson, now. available for distribution, may be of use to farmers in the Douald district: — — DART'S IMPERIAL — /This popular variety was originated 1)y Thomas Dart, of NliiU, Victoria, I •formerly of I/ic'mdale, South Au stralia aud is a selection from a pur-1 pie straw variety. It is one of the oldest varieties in gene-al cultivation at the present time. It is a good -all-round grain and hay wheat,- and is a very reliable vielder in most wheat districts. It is a tall-growing variety, with good stoo'.ing powers, but hollow stemmed, and possessing considerable foliage. The heads are well developd, square and compact, with broad, smooth, creatn-colored spikelets, somewhat crowded to wards the tip, giving the top a club ■like appearance. -' The' chaff is smooth, but possesses slight awns towards the summit of the head. • The grain is soft, white, aud...

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A French Point of [?] SEVERE ON THE H[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

A French Point ol f SEVIiRU ON THE Hr Interviewed a few weekl Von Kluck let fall one sentence:—"We shall win, ^ to our unbounded eapacfg work." A haunting sayi|f (states a French exchange)^ one is confronted by tbeo^ tiou of a warfare which pra:|f drag oil indefinitely. Havis-fl to strike their decisive Wotria the first months of the v.if enemy now woos victorj i taking of infinite pains. H^" of underground fortilica'i) J more ingenious and com * daily. Not a stone, not aa tion, to be nearer the man unturned' which might ■v purpose of destruction. Hi xiating gases are legion, ^ army of industrious eiFir vote all their euergies to at: the aid of which is a new « inal destruction of life. TL didly are the methods oF c' translated on to another was the thoroughness of l'% which made the German'' success in business, and tli the prosperous tradesmen ^ him still. He lauuches ac paign with all the boom n | —.of old—he would ha\eM new department iu a shop can beat- him at advsrti, neutrals...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

CommoitmltbittfeBnik«mvzm»< i;kaii vii'i-n -vio;.':v £?*"■ General Banking- Business CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRIA, .and LONOJN Cable reinillHiK-?-' uia>\' 10. n*i«i .i.af:- «irnu;i m:i for'-un | <tir-.\ P*»ri«;v* Ms; fc n^i;:aic«l »:••«} ••<.•<!. l.«*;trr»of»: ♦••IS: i i-. mv part o! t»K* vw.rlcJ Uankl::^ a.:«J i-it-s- <<f > vrr\ <K- —•» ii«( i«»n tr.i-i-wsM s I ":ii: '•(! .i:i<l nur.<i.<r <.v.r.-i»< l»iU-r.r.« pu>i >\u ti v«*f - Savings Bank Departmerst BRANCHES in the cl.ier centres and AGENCIES over 2550 Tn %\,??r%U p"™uf*3 I Dopoait *<"'u and Papua up to &3 JO lNTKUSTATK atul INTKllN ATIONAL *avin£> Hank Kuoijliirs ^ 1'^iiiiMininiil'i'm'''11 ii i'' i*r'i'"" ^ Lyric Pictures l Under local direetiou. | St. George's Mall. ! Every Saturday Night As the management have made arrangements for films with the leading metropol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

4 ffliliLjJKAiil Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Clips, and all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce. ME6,1@UBME. SALES ON COMMISSION. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE: Careful Valuations, Highest Prices, and Prompt Returns. U nre very liable to catch told. Hiev have to fjo in ail weathers — often having to sit in sil-.iiol with wet feet. Apart from this, they are always late to Ian- with 'he risk from infection—especially when epidemics of WfinopinjJ (louijh, Messiest Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are shout. Mother.* of School Bojs and Girls however can he always FREE ol ANXIhTY if thev have a bottle of in tiie house, as one dose of this Medicine at the first indication of a "cold ' will at once "nip in the hud" what might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cork the bottle up—the rest will keep. For Coughs, Group Colds on the Chest S§fi\ THE BIG ARCADK DRAPERS, TAILORS <t CLOTHIERS, Bridge Street, Ballarat ARE new showing ail the latest ideas in SUMMER CLOTH ING f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 22 February 1916

THE TIMES—£1 YE IR POST FJ&ES. *STJBSG ?J8B NOW FINAL NOTICE HAVTNG decided to leave the States, ALL ACCOUNTS owing tolme MUST BE SETTLED BY MARCH 1st, 1916. J P. M0R3AST, Donald, January 15.

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