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Donald Coursing Club THE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

Donald Coursing THE ANNUAL mbbtbJ ■ The animal meeting of tV[,| aid Enclosure Cour-mir ^;| held at the Mount Jeffcott H,.'l Tuesday evening, wh;utliet|.? of oncers and the pres^ti;,'^ the balance sheet took place.'-" chair was occupied by Uul>-e.i (Mr F. M. Scarce). Tli;{0it^ geutlemen were also p;cv!;' Mes-rs J. h. Biles, i-'.Ciarv'i Gillies, A. Smith, F0,u. Bazeley, H. J. Cnley, a&jr WiUey- *| — Coruesi'oxdrsce. -r The National Coursing £ wrote stating" that iu regard til donated to the Belgians, Ms$ O'Brieu, of Kluiore, had sin^ the following amendment - ^ the sum of £25 be g'tveu to gian Relief Fund and £& t£ Sick, and Wounded Soldiers' The Footscray Coursing formed the club that the teg coffee service had been won G. Watson, of Footscray. 'f Mr H. Byron Moore, s;crets| the Victorian Racing Club, em® how much the clnh w *—^ I to war fimds.—Mr" '\vjife ■UUUi:-. [ that the amount was pi I Tte Watimal Victoria informed the club meeting would be held an borough on...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

' ^^7,'- ■ "i o A GOOD INVlvSTMJiN l'. You may have an aUiek nf diarrhoea dyseuieiy <?r pains in tho stomach one of the^e days and it y,il) ';e well to remember tho name o( a mudicino that will relieve you. Say it slowly—Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. What will bo stiil If,cjter—buy a bottle to-day ; it will bo Is wQ>il inyeu ed. Sold by Hannah Bro». The airmal meeting of the Don ald P, & A. Society will be held at the Royal George Holel on Satur day, March 4th. For Chronic Chest CQmplaiuts tyo.pd'? Great Peppermint Cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

| Qckan Ghovk Housh, near Queenscliff, containing '70 large rooms, all grouad floor, in two acres, overlooking bay. Families or parties of frieuds cau engage suites of rooms. Meals optional. Ideal spot for children. Croquet, tennis, , golf,' billiards,, fishing Terms strictly moderate. Phone or write for particulars to C'ais holm,—Ady^,' I'AINS. IN TIJE STOMACH, While this ailment is not dangerous it-is not at :yll pleasant atd anyone who is subject lo attacks of it will be pleased to learn how quick relief rnc^y be had. A dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in a little water is all that is necessary. It is an ideal remedy for this complaint for it always effects immediate relief and is plonsaut to take. Sold by Ilacnah lU'O:; Fpr Chronic Chest Complaints Wood's Great Pepper mi ut Cure

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The Primary Producer. NOTES ON SEED WHEATS. ARTICLE NO III. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

The Primary Producer. NOTES ON SEED WHEATS. Article No iii. The ..following notes on varieties of seed wheats, as written by Mr A.. E. V. Rich »rdson, now available for distribution, may be of use to farmers in the Donald district :— • — PENNY — This variety was intro luce I frotu Bitngarea, South Australia, by Mr E. H. I*ascelles, Geeloug. It has done remarkably well in the Maliee. Mr leasee lies grew it at Tyrrell Downs in 1912, aud averaged seven bags th the acre on a year's rainfall of 9.9 inches, the next best variety giving but five bags- In 191.4, though only live inches of rain fell for the year, the average yield of Penny was five bushels per acre, whilst no other variety gave more than 2}^ bushels. It is a strong upright growing variety, luiturin * rather late, an l Ioo'cs very - atiractive in the field. The hea is are well devel •oped, compact", beardless, creamy white in color, with rather densely crowded spikelets near the summit. It is likely to become a popular variet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

Cojniitonuvaltl^^:S5ank«M mv rn:.vh <>in< i: -vi>si:v fo?a1i General Banking: Business CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LOMJON Cable re:aiti;im-c<j made to, vi«! drstfi1 dr.m.i o;i r-.r-i^n plwe* «i:r«ri I'tmuii n^Miin!<•»! .t:i:i <•>.!<? I.vitor-i of <v.mu Uvcm ( , ?t.,y |»:»r« o/ the world Btukii'i: ami Kvju-jp- Cu-hiv^ «•/ civ.-y 'ie.v.-iuii.?:! tt:t 11k* VnlU-d Kii^dom ami ubm:.d. C'U. ►i'1- a'V'iniu:* oj.cru d Interest j».,id on lived dc;x)MU AUwuj'-cs jnxdt? ajruMM approved «e.:urt;c4. Saving's Bank Department BRANCHES in tile chief centrcs and AGENCIES at over 1- MDccot^t" 2550 -m AuftHflfa per annu.n 3 »/ Deposit ^ V and Papua up to £330 ISTKUSTATE *ml IKTEKNATIOXAI. SaviiiCs Ilnak l-V-iHliw J lyric Pict.MnBs Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Niglit As the management have made | arrangements for films with the ; leading metropolitan exchanges and J are in possession...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

/?. w 00 ^ c^rm. KE/jRHEig iKI 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 extrnsive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the facft that HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN, 'Sj -T-V if f^1^-4 THE BIG ARCADE DRAPERS, TAILORS & CLOTHIERS, Bridge Street, Ballarat ARE now showing all the latest ideas iu SUMMER CLOTH ING for man or woman, boy or girl. Everything you can wish for in holiday clothing will come to you mail free.—Send a post card and ask for Tyler's summer catalogue. Our Prices Fit Your — Pocket. — NOTICE /""10RRHSP0NDENTS are n spectfully notified that all li terary communications intended for publication in the Times ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

I THE TIMES—£1 YE Alt >;/ POST FREE. £TTBSCRJBE NOW 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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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

j OUR liOLL OF j HONOR v I • " The folicvviti«? is a list of the heroic soldiers who havi enlisted from the ' Donald district. Maity of them are now in Gallipoli or elsewhere in the Grin? line." We would be glad to in sert the names of those mjiiiteution ally omitted. A—R Allen, HAllenVw; Abbott; A Alien, S Aitkin, W Adlam. li—Lieut J 0 liarrie, R H Barber, J Barry, Ij Birclf, M Berry,- G Blair, W ~ Barnes, T Bliss, R. Bruce, D Barry, "A "lias:," P Bennett,. H J Beckham. H Baird, J Booley, J Bellevell", A \V Barber, RI Basset, A Bennett, A Uailes, C Byrne and • Vf Burge, J J Bray, B F Baird, i A ISrockensliire C—HjCsttniard, J Cleiiie.its, \V Cooiub3, ! J CantweiL J Cameron, J TCase}', A Chapmau, R Cruikshauk, F Oola, A* Cteary, M Caliir, J 1.,'avanagh. J Clark, Jack Clarke, .V <Jcttingham, X Caiina^d, W Crutefcsiiauk. ., D— C lyXiton, jX Pa Melker, J P D'Arcy, ; 0' Davej', W Pavidsou, R Dickie. It UillOB K—J Egan, J Etheridg&. 4- JS'seliolt,' AY i Kisclioifc, G E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

A VALUABLE KHMEDV. I l'ilos are a most distressing coaiplaiut ;iud should always ro^siye prompt atten' t'ion. Iiexoua, tin Rapid HeUer, is a ' romody specially prepirod for the treat- j went of piles. It will at onco relievo and will be found most effective, lu every State in Australia poople have testified to the value of ltexona for Piles, liuxoni is : sold at Is lid and Hp. Obtainibl'! ■ very wljere. ;

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Epistles to the Editor; WHEAT SALES TO MIDLERS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

Epistles to the Editor; WHEAT SALES TO MIDLERS. 4 To the Editor. Sir,—At the meeting of the Charl ton Agricultural Society ou Wed nea last, I moved that the secretary write to the Wheat Commission in quiring why the price of wheat to millers should be fjxed at 5.s 3}4d, iwhile .the; sales for export ranged from 5s 6d to 6s free on board. Un fortunately I had not seen Tuesday's Argus, or I would have seen pretty near the information the motion,* is seeking. Mr Hagelthorn made the admission to a deputation of master bakers that the Government is sell, ling: the farmers' wheat foi Gd a I bushel'less to millers than for sales made abroad. Mr Hagelthorn's statement was as follows "Alost people admitted bakers had made sa loss on their trade ^t the pud of last yeai;,' biiji he wanted to kuow what they'were doing now. If they would open their books for insDection. the Government would provide au im partial accountant to inform the public" what the position was. He was not using ai\y pressu...

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Bowls at Donald Park BIRCHIP DEFEAT DONALD [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

Bowls at Donald Park , ' BIRCHIP DEFEAT DONALD Oil Wednesday afternoon the IJircbip . bowlers trie! conclusions with the Donald eathusiasts, aud after an enjoyable game, the visitors woii by two points.. The scores were as follows * —< Birchu' — Messrs I^ockwoodHarvey, • - Lilburne, and "Peirce ... 16 Messrs Landrigau, Bleacowe,. . Reilly, and Burchell 19 Messrs McDouald, D; Byrne, Jenkin, and Coffey .... .25 Messrs Clarke, Williams, Car _lisle -and - Thonjpsou'. " ... 38 Total. 98. —• Don<\u> — : Messrs Tilliyer, W- M- Hearu, Dunne, and A. P. Schafer. 21 Messrs Cleverlev, Lamplough, James, and Mertens 28 Messrs Anderson, Thomson,. Cherry, aud Dr Calhoun 31 Messrs Scarce, Muir, Milburn, aud McKiunou ... ..16 Total .., '! %

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The Markets. BARARAT PRODUCE RATES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

The Markets. B ARARAT PRODUCE RATES • Oar correspondent reports:'—A fair business lias been transacted in farm and mill produce during the past week. Supplies are coming to Uiud. more freely, and demand for ! most Hues is steady. Prices are much the same as previously quoted and are as follows :—Wheat, 5s 3d to 5s 6d ; oats, 2s to 2s 2d ; Cape barley, 2s 9d to 3s 3d ; English bar ley, 4s to 4s 3d ; potatoes, short supply, £12 to ,£12 10s ; hay; chaffing sheaves, ■£-, manger £2 5s flour, association minimum. ^,12 iOs ; pollard, quiet at £('). A strong demand has set iu during the week for bran, and buyers are un able to obtain supplies, au advance on curren'- rate failing to procure stocks in any quantity ; nominal quotation £4 10s.

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The Railway Tragedy AT BIRCHIP THE ADJOURNED INQUEST [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

The Railway Tragedy AT BIRCHIP THE ADJOURNED INQUEST The adjourned inquest, touching on the death of James Patrick Kens- J ley, was held at the Birchip Court House , on. Thursday, at 10 • a in. before the Deputy Coroner (Mr J. Lockwood; J;P.) . Mr Thompson (Oakley. & Thomp son) appeared for tbe 'relatives of the deceased, and Mr Fitzpatri"k, traffic superintendent of the Mary borough-Mildura line, watchel pro ceedings on behalf of the' Railway Dopaituient. Evidence of identification lial been giveu by deceased's sou, John M. Kensley, Shire Secretary, aud he further deposed : That it was his father's practice.to visit the slaugh ter yard practically every evening, ' and in doing so lie would have to cross; the railway at the crossing where the accident occurred. His. father 'was hard of hearing. ■ ; Dr Holland said helsaw the de ceased at the. Birchip railway station after the accident., . He was uncon scious. He had a deep wound oa' the le't side of the back of the head, whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

i MILK IN POWDER FORM 1"N these l[ar4 tjujes every housewife JL must e(;oijOii)ise. ' I' find- ' Triifood l*u .vderotV~iviillt ;i",ljl>Jsbiti'y"in Jour "lioUSL'" ifc is a real luoney saver. 'Thus wrote a grateful lady, and liev experience has been endorsed by "householders tln'orijjbaut Australia, H'I'Q b'ave' tiaeij ijsing Pcnydorrd Mill: tor a considerable poriocl. The sys-' lorn by which pure uow's milk Ih oanverted into powder form may well be considered o.ne of the marvellous inventions of mod ern times. The patent rights wor seeurod by a Victorian Company, and the build ings and plant wore erect ed at 0Meuc,ni|i= Uti f in the centre of the hr-iaiied Western District)'at a cost of about /'5U,00U. livery precaution is taken to obtain pure fresh milk, and the supply is drawn from a radius of about four miles only, The ilairyi|,eu 4eiUer n,i:it uauh ii«0L-ning and evening, and then within two or three hours the mill; is converted into powder. It is packed in tills ready for mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

TUKRE'ri A LONG LIST. There is a lnii(j list of mothers in your community who will tell You that they .'.otl) Chamberlain's Cough Itemed;.' always tin hand. 'i'liat tiiuy r(e\oi i(l!-iv, a cold to get a firm hole) in thoii' lionio. 'That tliey have found that one or two doses of Cham berlain's Cougli reuiorly taken at tho first symptoms will ward off the soverest cold. I 'Q^aft^etiaJ'n.s Cough Remedy is tho 1110 fclior!s fi;vorjto and'it'can l)c to any miiUlbor of the faiuiiv, t'poii) the oldest to the youngest. Sold hv l|;um;ilj Bros, A bazaar iu a}d of the -Watcheni Reel Cross Society vviil be,! heid iu the Watchem Hall on Friday, March 24th. Mr W. II. Gray wishes to advise owners of faorses ror sale thai: tl;ere will be a large attendance of North ern buyers at his sale ou March 1st ne^t, and vendors can be assured of good competition. DIVORCER once and for all are Indigestion and all Stomach Troubles from the human body wlieu Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tabules aer brought into Price...

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Coming of Conscription. SIR JOHN QUICK FOR ECASTS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

Coming ot Conscription. SfR JOHN QUICK FORECASTS' - A highly enthusiastic recruiting meeting was held at Charlton on Thursday evening, vyhen seven re cruits Game forwqrd, and offered their services. Mr Achilles Gray, MtP., and Sir John Quick, delivered I stirring addresses on voluntaryism and couscription. • ■.. ' Mr Gray said it was not a pleas ant duty to advocate enlistment, but this was not the time; for seutl ment. The Charlton shire's quota was 35 and 14 monthly for reinforce ments. Wht;ii he considered the number of people in the sliire, the , wealth, and generous response dis played in the past, he did not thiuk it too much to supply the quota and reinforcements. Without the latter if cantaqioijnt to murder in sending men to the front. r-The man who would not fight in se!f-defe ico was no true born Australian native. There must be a iittle tiuqje of Hun blood in their veins. They could rest assured that if this campaign failtd, tUose at tbq would in troduce conscnptiou. Sir ...

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Fatalities and Accidents. A SHOCKING ACCIDENT MR CHARLES JAMES' DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

Fatalities and Accidents. a' shocking accident mr charles james' death A well-kuowt? resident of Avon Plains in the person of Mr Charles James was the victim of a'dreadful accident at Batiyena on Tuesday morning. - He had been .cartiug wheat, and, haviug delivered his load, was driving the (earn of horses and the empty waggon from the Banyeua railway station. A pass ing horse aud buggy startled the team, .which . bolted Mr James, unfortunately, was thrown under the waggon, his head being badly crushed, ; aud the right arm frac tured. The sufferer lingered fop some time, aud-spoke-rationally,'.to' Mr T. O'Shaimessy. Dr G. II. Fleming, ;of St Arnaud, was tele phoned for at noon, and immediate ly motored to Banyena, and" was on the scene in less than two hours, but lite was tlieu extinct. The matter has been reported to the Ru-: panytfp police, pending; an inquiry. Mr James was weU-kuowii in Dou ald, and leaves a widow, but there was no family. The remains were interred at Swamvaler We...

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Obituary. A COLONIST'S DEATH. MRS MARY JANE MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

Obituary.   A COLONIST'S DEATH.     MRS MARY JANE MOORE. The death occurred at Coonoer   West on Tuesday afternoou of Mrs Mary Jane Moore, relict of the late Mr Richard Moore, who is at rest in the Donald cemetery. The late Mrs Moore was born at Newton   Stuart, County Tyron, Ireland, in 1852, and came to Australia when only 12 years old. She lived two     years at Geelong, but the most of her life was spent in the Dooboobet- ic district. The late Mrs Moore has had a prolonged illness, and the sad event was to her a happy re- lease from pain. She was 64 years of age. The family consists of Messrs M., R, W. and L. Moore, of Coonoer West, Mesdames Opie (Coonoer West) and Rowe (Wat- chem), aud Miss Evelyn Moore. The remains were interred at Don- ald on Thursday, the obsequies be- ing performed by Rev. R. O. Cook.

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The Fate of Percy Moore MR M. BOLGER FINDS BODY IN A DAM AT BANYENONG. A SAD CASE OF SUICIDE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 25 February 1916

The Fate of Percy Moore MR m. BOIyGliR FINDS BODY IN A DAM AT BANYENONG. A SAD CASE OF SUICIDE The body of the young man, Per cy Moore, who disappeared oh Sun day, February 13th, was found by Mr M. Bolger in a dam at Banye uong onTWeduesday morning. .His body, when discovered, was in a terrible condition. The body was brought to Donald by Senior-Cons table Mahoney and Mr W. Bandy, and ou Wednesday evening an ia-, quest, over which Mr J. R. Horns ^>'1 J-P-t presided, was held at the Racecourse Hotel. Mr Michael Bolger, farmer, re siding at Corack, on oath, said he was driving into Donald oil Wed nesday morning, and when passing a dam near Bauyenong he. thought he could detect a peculiar smell. Her tied the horse to the fence, and walked across to the duui, wheie he saw the body of a man in the water face downwards. The dam was situated about 50 yards from the road. He made no examination of the body, but immediately drove to Donald, and reported the matter to Senior-Constable Maho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

— Died — Oil Active Service — OR IN AUSTRALIA — The following soldiers from the Donald and Birchip sbires 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. Adlam, Donald, I 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. Lilburne, Birchip Private Leslie McConachy, Laen, Private A. McCredden, Birchip, Private W. McElhinney, Birchip, Private C. Power, Birchip, Private G. Power, Birchip, j Lance-Corporal J Walder, Watchem NOTICE We 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 than all th...

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