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

DONALD HOTEL ( DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co. Coaehbuilder9). New and Up-to.date Premises now open. 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 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 the full list on their behalf. Subscribers and the public generally would do well to cut the list out; and keep same for reference. ■M J. L. Kales, Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset l Son, Commission Agents ; and Private Residence. 59 C. K. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. 58 A. S. Blundy, Builder, Wooda Street; aud Private Residence, Woods St. 49 J. H. Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Banyeua Kd. 86 P. Bourke, Farmer. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew aud Wilson, Jewellers. 56 W. Cox, Residen...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

St. Patrick's Day FESTIVAL AXNl/AL GATHERING "Ceude Mille Failtlie" Wednes. March 15 ] JoiiaKl Racecourse OFFICIALS— President—Rev. J. Barry. Vice-President-.-!—Kov. l ather Oondon and Messrs T. tt. O'Brien and T. W. Ca-nt v.-ell. Treasurer—Mr O'Brien. Timekeeper—Mr X. Wilson. Starters—Athletic Events, Mr \V. Cauie I roa. Horse Events, Messrs XV. ]-I. Cray, W. A. Morgan, J. Meagher. Assistant-Starter, Mr M. Grillin. Protest Comuiittee—Messrs T. \V. Caut uell, T. 11. O'Brien, J. P. Morgan, J. Meagher, E G. Eamplough, \V. R. (Jrav, and \V. A. McPherson. ' 'lerk of Course—Mr M. Wliclan, Clerk of Sailes—Mr T. P. Connellan Oatekeem'rs —Messrs B. Jones, G us. Jones, W. i.'unu-orth anil 1'. Davison STEWARDS— Footracing—Hoys', Girls', and Married Men's Kace—Messrs F. Scarce, J. Griffin, R. Bunworth and L. Da-rev' 220 and 100 yards Handicap—Messrs' W. If-. Grav, C. Davison, W. Cameron, J. Pollock, V. li. Merlin, S. J. Wortley, W. Mahoney •fussing SI leaf, Caber, Hammer, and Dis tance Steppin...

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

THERE'S A LONG U-\„ There is a long list of uiairt community who will toll > <" ^ keep Chamberlain's OHU*hheu V I on hand. That they never il'1L x i* gefc u firm hold in their lion? ' ft have found that one or two i ■*" herlain's Cough remedv t«»e» f,S< symptoms will ward off the <«« ~|c Chamberlain's Gondii RompI1 „ fchor's fiivwito and it can k _ member of the family, from 1 •* tho youngest. Sold l>v ^ I The annual meeting of 1\ ■ & A. Society will ^ the Royal George Hotel day, March -kb,

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the Donald Express and LandsBOROUGH TIMES. Tuesday, February 29, 1916 THE PHU-OSOPHY OF STRIKES [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

The Donald Times With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands I BOROOGH TiMHS. Editor, Harold A. Prider. Tuesday, February 29, 1916 THE PHU-OSOPHY OF STRIKES Thk change which is now passing over the Commonwealth is a curious one. The militant workers are cre ating scenes which resemble a civil war or a foreign invasion, and one begins to wonder what the outcome of this strike epidemic will be. Al though they may cause universa alarm, anxiety, and irritation, these strikes must necessarily fail to ac complish the instigator's purpose. The fundamental principles of the strike epidemic is to secure less hours of labor, an increase in wages aud a reduction in the cost of liviug —in fact, we realise the malcontents are, unconciously, violating their own ambitions, and will eveutually discover, perhaps too late, that they are rushing head-long into the depths of industrial strife from which there is little or no emancipation. The militant section of the workers in endeavoring t...

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THE ATTITUDE OF A ME[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

THE ATTITUDE OF ME// f r> There is hardly a in out.... tliis greatest of ail waist'*" i been the matter of more cotiu^.sg,. thau the attitude which ther^ ^ States of America has take.!.,., connection with the great sH.,£ Hosts of apologists haveen'^;^ ranks in defence of Preside,^ sou's stand—in bis concepts position which his nation ( , Due allowauce and a certain- , of sympathy must be give- j scholarly leader of this heu.^1 ous mass of ninety-si\ mi--;.. / peoples, including, on mates, from twelve to t\vcTf,<|| lions of German-born otG- ^ descended persons. Ame.~-|g nation bide bound to tH;^| Doctrine and strongly a^;K|| participation in any l>nrope||| tioo, and possesses a pierfde.^ ly and professedly re!isnw-^p consequently antagonize to* || any form. The alKmiS^hsIp has always been the admi-Ag of this so-called liberty tion, and the temptatio.i quietly back, and rake :Fg| weaith of money at tU ex^|g| ; all that is higher and been, of course, a materialK;® dete...

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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

I Local and General News i . Messrs W. H. Gray it Son will conduct a sale of furniture at the residence of Mrs T. A. Dodd in Meyer Street oti March 7th. ;(/ ;L[ -If *' ' S ' ' «! ' Sheep S.h.K.—Oil Saturday af ternoon, March 11th, Messrs Young Bros will conduct a special sheep eaie at Donald, particulars of which appear hi this issue. V V On Active Service.-^-Sergeant J. W. Neyland, of Birchip, but for merly of Corack Hast, is reported to be seriously ill in Egypt. He is a Bjetpber of the 1st Australian Re mount Unit, and saw service at the Dardanelles. "V' * ** ■»/'' T*rK Greatest Factor.an interview with the novelist, Mi Harold Begbie, the Russian Foreign Minister (M. Suzonoff) said it was his supreme political conviction that the British mastery of the sea is the greatest factor in the war. Cor ack turf ci.ois.—It is under stood that the Corack Turf Club will hold their annual meeting on Easter Monday. Illness.—Miss Sims, the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs H. C. Sims, of Donald,' ...

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WAYSIDE NOTES EVOLUTION OF RENMAR[?] No. I —By Derby Clona[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

WAYSIDE NOtSVil evolutionary. No. i.-By d^r0j, Ihe progress of the i t0 at Renmark, South Air-'--'' ^ indeed been a wonderful <• f i for it is not yet .30 year^0'^ site of this wonderful dUt?5 little more than a wildem settlers had a great fight tn the wilderness ; alio transport, and trade difficult "-1^1 a bar agaiust their progres i0a'^J"J| the rich sandy loam, equal j^lll best California land, could t: l"?'| ly cultivated, because it rt the moisture for a couuff ll time. The Murray water too ^ s tains much organic and^uS matter, and proved a useful k f7 ser ; so the wilderness put c 1 \ glory of a fruitful garden i'5 f<v f ert blossomed as the ro=e,t '•'* „ land laughed with gladue' „ 5 valley was filled with joy f % their Tastnauian fellow hortit ists, the Renmaric settlers'-JS flinched from the gigantic flip which confronted them. audj'Pp only after a superhumau euo the valley become jojtul :-u only after sucli trials tbttv i laud can be made to laipj ■ s...

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In Aid of Local Soldiers ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

In Aid of Local Soldiers ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. A public meeting, convened by the Shire President, was held at the Shire Hall on Thursday evening, when there were present :—Messrs Sproat, Oakley, Morgan, Wardley, Beckham, Willey, and Wilson, and Mesdames Broughton, Beckham, Willey, Wardley, Moore, and Miss Hourie. Cr Sproat presided, and explained the object of the gather- J ing. He read the minutes of the meeting at which the Beckham Fund was initiated for the benefit of local sick and wounded soldiers. At that meeting Messrs Oakley, Sproat and Morgan had been appointed to deal with the disposal of the land given by Messrs Beckham and Hart and they had decided to dispose of the blocks by art union. Mr G. F- Oakley outlined the ac tion of the committee. The sum of £22 13s had been received for the Beckham Fund, and the sale of tickets for Mr Hart's block at Wat - chera amounted to £1.3 2s. Mrs Beckham suggested that the name be changed to the Donald and District Sick and Wounded Sold...

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

Forty-One Needed. FOR THE COMPLEXION. Every woman should take pride and de light in her personal appearance, ami no woman. can be truly beautiful without she has the bright ay as, 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 means a clear complexion, and Laxo I'onic Pills taken as a toni:, will giv» myotic oloun, pure, red blood. Regular ize, Is ; double, ~s. Obtainable every where.: A bazaar in aid of the Watchem Red Cross Society vviil be held in :he Watchem Hall on Friday, March 24th.

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Is it Patriotism? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

Is it Patriotism ? To the Editor. Sir.-—We are pleased that "Vigi lant" has at last- disclosed liis iden tity, aud proves to be none other tliau our old friend, Mr J. Wardley. Now we may be able to reach final ity- Mr Wardley's very proper sentiments with regard to the war, so ably and fully expressed, clo liim credit; but such have really nothing to do with the issue between us, as we never challenged his patriotism, aud there is nothing to prove re garding it. Mr Wardley's' fetter5is a little difficult to' follow.' His assumptions as to expenses are quite erroneous, and from such false pre mises be comes to wrongful conclu sions • but these are only side tracks. The kernel of the controversy i* being wholly lost sight of. Shortly it is this. We stated 1 We had agreed upon request to give up the hall on the Saturday night referred to. 2—We cancelled our program mes, etc. 3—We were informed that the committee had held a meeting and decided that tliev wnylri not have enough wares, or...

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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 — 29 February 1916

Our Volunteers. LIST GROWING STEADILY. The following young men have enlisted at Donald during the pre sent recruiting campaign:— Bell, l-Ienry Peck, Cyril Gilbert', Charles Seullie, Peter Woods, Arthur * Baker, Johu William Cosgrove, Harry Ferguson, Henry Leslie Emery, Ralph James Cole, Robert.James . Turnbull, Albert H. Sketves, Johu Henry . Kofoed, Laurence Leonard Fahey, Daniel Peter . Boultby, Sydney Arthur Williams, George Marshall de Valle, Harold Cannard, Stanley James Smith, Thomas Dunn, Robert Henry Dunn, Leslie Victor Caunard, Thomas Cannard, Charles Edward - • Belleville, Augustine P. Hage, Thomas Humphreys. William Walpole, Francis T. Carlisle, Thomas Mayman, Thomas Walder, Lewellyn T. ' \ Leech, William Robert Richards, Thomas : - : > - Pickering, William F. Clark, Leslie Baddock, Donald Melville . Mclirvale, Ivan Templeton Trollop, William Barton

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

Wliilo this ailment ifl not dangerona it is not at all pleasant atd anyone who is subject to attacks of it will bu pleased to learu how quick relief may bo had. A dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in a litfclo water is ijll that is ijoeessary. It is an ideal remedy for this complaint for it always effects immediate relief and is pleasant to take. Sold by Hnnnn.li liroi.

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

TENDERS ARE invited aud will be received by undersigned up to March 13, 1916, for the leasing of the farm known as "Bray's Farm," situated about 4 miles from Donald, for 3, 5 or 7 years. The land is freehold, being part of Crown allotment 25, Parish of Donald, County of Kara Kara, and contains 316}4 acres, about half of which is cleared. The highest or any tender will not be necessarily accepted. Auy particulars required will be supplied by H. W. DUNKLEY, Solicitor, Napier St, St Arnaud.

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

CommonwealthJl^ Brnk*Strafe ukali oFkhk * -vii\kv fo?"! General Banking Business CITIEft arid TOWNS of* AUSTRALIA, »ncX LONDON Cable rf-micafi'-'v* U>% and drawn on ptaccs dinrrt.. .Fnivijfu nr^'diiaU 'S an.i .-.Mirc-i'Mi. of orMi; r.« any par; of tin.* world. >kif>sra'.<! Kx.-i*a»ij,o o! «nivv de*-i in! i.„i > r.^Mcjied uMhit, tiif <:oi.imo»iueal*S, United iiiti-dom »nd ah?**!. Cnrren'- open-i I„t«.roj.t paid on tlxeil deposits Atli'anct'!* liMiJv *yai»M appr.Aid Saving's Ban& Department BRANCHES in the chief centrcs and AGENCIES ai over ***" r~*±. Post Offices Interest at o-v 1 _ Minimum 2550 in Australia per annum O = 1 Deposit and Papua up to £300 fSTKi'.sTATK an,! INTKRXATIi/.VaJ. savii>e» tlink KiciliUc-j JaHEx KV:1.'., Iw tlUfri-r. V.n; DKN'S >.N MII.I.KU. Coventor ^ S Xiyrio Piefrs Under local direction1. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As the management have made I arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan e...

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

MlHEdRTlE. —... "lS —■— 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 fa&urer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce, of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fadt that HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE . ' is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN, |rf ADULTS and the W VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS find COLDS -t^y/ ml {['%>!>. JlML^jilk==r i TYLERS' j ti-ie big arcade drapers, TAILORS & clothiers, Bridge Street, Ballarat ARE uow showing al! the latest ideas ii) summer CLOTH ING for man or woman, boy or girl. Everything you cau wish for in holiday clothing will come to you mail free—Send a post card and ask for Tyler's itiuimer catalogue, Our Prices Pit Your — Pocket, — NOTICE r iorrkspondents are. V/...

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

THE TIIkJES—£1 YE \R J POST FKEE. | u ^so rib '} mw

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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

I OUii ROLL OF j HONOR The following is a list of the heroic soldiers who have enlisted from ,the Donald district. Many of them are now in Gallipoli or elsewhere in the 6rin? line. We would be.glad to in sert the names of those unintention ally omitted. A.—K. Allen, II Alien, W Abljbtfc, A Allen, S Aitkin, W Adlaui. H—Lieut J C Barrie, RH Birber, J Barry, L Birch, M Berry, G Blair, W Barnes, T Bliss, R Bruce, D Harry,. A Box, P Ber.nett, H J Beckham. H Baird, J Bonley, J Bellevoll", A Birber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Hailes, C Byrne anil W Burge, J J Bray, B F Batrd, A Urockenshire C—tt_Camiiird, J Cleiue.jts, \V Coombs, J Cantvvell, J Cameron, JXCase}*, A Chapman, R Cruikshank, F Cole, A Cleary, SI Cahir, J Oavanagli. J Clark, Jack Clarke, .1 Cr.ltingham, X Caiinard, W Cruickshank. D—C lVAitou, H Da Melker, J P D'Arcy, O Davey, W Davidson, R Dickie. R Dillon IS—J Kgnu, J Etheridge. A Eischolt, W Eischolt, G Evans. 1' II Floyd, _A Foster, N Fielding, J Fream, J / Faukuer, A Fletcher, ...

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GEFLONG WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

GEFLONG WOOL SALES. Dentiys Lascelles Ltd. report: — For the tenth and practically the closing sale of the season.2S23 bales were offered, our catalogue compri sing 1100 bales of wool, nearly all lots that had been passed at previous sale= throughout the season or faul ty sorts which have been selling ir regularly. There was a full atten dance of buyers, and prices for the few good lots whether fleece or pieces were up to the highest of the season. In many instances there was practically no bidding for inferior, burry, aud faulty wools, buyers evi dently not having orders for certain "sorts which perforce must be held for a few months when there is eve ry chance of a demand springing up.

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The Markets. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 29 February 1916

The Markets. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Youngbusband, Row & Co, Pty. Iytd. submitted a catalogue of 2636 bales at Melbourne on. Wednesday last which, with the exception of a few attractive clips, was comprised of useful wools drawn from many parts of the Commonwealth, while New .Zealand was represented by a small consignment of crossbred wooi. Tne weakness in tender and shabby sorts, manifested at the clo sing sales of last week, was very noticeable at Wednesday's auction, with the result that withdrawals were heavy, owners' interests being fully protected. This sudden fall in values was no doubt attributable to the scarcity of shipping facilities. The demand for good, "sound meri nos and crossbreds was still as strong as ever, and prices for these descrip tions are as high as at any time du ring the season. About 500 bales of scoured were included in the cata logue, and this met with excellent competition from all sections of the trade, especially from those opera ting on Americ...

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

A NIGHT ALARM Worse tlinu an alarm of fire ufc night Is the brassy cough of croup wiiicli sounds like the children's death knell, and it may mean death unless something is done quickly. Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds never fails to at ouce relieAe the worst form of croup. Small dose. Pleasant to take. Every bottle guaranteed. Price, Is Gd and 3s. Obtain able everywhere. j For Chronic Ch t Complaints Wood's intent purnrmint Qnra

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