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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

THE OTCES—£1 Y&ARi POST PKEE. SUBSCRIBE NOW J J

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

;|;| OUR ROLL OP l!f'l HONOB .:V'i 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 firin? line. We would be glad to in sert the names of those unintention ally omitted. A—R Atlun, II Allen, AV Abbott, A Allen, S Aitkin, W Adlam. J>—Lieut J G Barrie, R H Barber, J Barry, Ij Birch, M Berry, Or Blair, W Barnes, T Bliss, R Bruce, D Barry, A Box, P Ber.iiett, H J Beckham. H Baird, J Booley, J Believe] 1", A W Birber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Bailee, C Byrne and W Burge, .1 J Bray, B F Baird, A Brockotishire' C—H.Cauuard, J Cleme.its, \V Coombs, J Cantwell, J Cameron, J T Casey, A Chapman, R Cruiksbauk, F - Cole, • A Cleary, M Cahir, J Oavanafjli. J Clark, Jack Clarke, A Cottingliam, T Cannard, W Ccuicksliank. D—C li'Altou, ri Da llelker, J P D'Arcy, " 0 Davey, \V Davidson, R Dickie. K UlllOU tC—J i£#m, J Etheri<l«fe, A E:sciioH, liiscliolt, 6 Evans. F H Floyd, A F-isfwr, X Fieldin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Field Trial at Laen. THE McKAY HARVESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

Field Trial at Laen. I THE McKAY HARVESTER. There was a good attendance of | farmers at the field trial of the en gine functioned McKay harvester, which took place at Mr A. McDon ald's farm, I^aen, last Wednesday. - The manufacturer was represent ed by Messrs G. McKay and A. Lawson. The work done was . in every way satisfactory. The sample of wheat produced was excellent, fiee from^cracked grain, and those present expressed themselves as be ing well satisfied with the quality of the work performed. The owner of the machine has taken of nearly 600 acres of cfop this season, and nearly 4000 bags of grain. Mr Mac Donald considers that the engine [ attachment is a great improvement, I and he is very proud of bis machine. Mr G. McKay made a short speech at-the conclusion of the exhibition, in which he uiged those present to support Australian industries, and keep the money i:i Australia, as it would all be needed to see the coun try through the present war. Very many of these labor savin...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

• liLlilliDING IMIiES CUHIOD »V REXONA, THE RAPID HEAUilt ."My ■.'husband suffered greatly with bleeding piles tor ten ■ vears. - writes Mrs Louisa lieid, 7 Jones-street, l'yrmoiit "He was bo bad that ue cuuid hardly move, and sometimes he was unable to rest on account of the pain, and it was most pitiful to see him He tried many different oint ments'and lotionsy but received no benefit whatever . T had read the wonderful cures that Rexona Ointment liad done", so I got hini a; tin and the iirst application gave him great relief He continued with the ointment, and in ahqut a weed's time he \Y*ls completely cured, and h« has not had the slightest return of his complaint sjnce, anc| we can honestly recommend it tq ivnyone suffering wiMi the same com plaint as he lwd." Itexona is sold in triangular tins at la 6d and is Obtainable Uvorywhore 'jMieaiimjal meeting of the Donald P. & A: Sooigty wiil bt> lield at the Royal George Iiotol on Satur day, March -Itli. Applications for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Primary Producer. THE WHEAT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

The Primary Producer. THE WHEAT SCHEME. Look Out, diii-, don' you laidersfcan'.?. Look out, dar, I'se ajjwine ter shoot The farmer is a long suffering ani mal, and the above couplet from an old American nigger-freedom song, about fills the position. The farmer is always going to do something, but generally (writes the Ouyeii ■ Mail,') gives the -other fellow such careful warning 'that before the necessary, action is taken all danger of anyone getting hurt, except the farmer, is past! From the inception of the present.grand wheat pooling scheme,, there have been sundry hits at the farmer: which made him squirm,N but the hitting back has been such that the blo vs reached only empty air. He saes his corn sacks accounts collected by- the Board at no cost, to the seller he sees his wheat going to China and •Japan, in the shape of flour, at a lower price than what it is sold-to his compatriots in Britain aud Eur ope. ; and nowhe has to stand a re-! duction for home consumption with out an...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

. MIUC IN POWDIJR FORM TX these liar.l limes every liousewifs JL must ecououiifie.' •••< I Hud Trufood .Powdered Milk.'a bbssing in our house it is a .rail money.-saver;-. Thus wrote a grateful lady, and. her experience 1ms'been, endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have been usinjj Powdered Millr for a considerable period. The sys tem by which pure cow's milk is converted into powder form may well be 'considered one of .the marvellous inventions of mod ern times. , The patent rights wer secured by a Victorian Company , and! the build-; in«js and plant were erected at Glenormis ton (in the centre of the far-faned Western: District) at a cost of about ,£50,000. livery precaution is tsken to obtain pure frosli milk, and the supply wis drawn from-' a radius of about four/ miles, only. The dairymen deliver milk each morning and : evoning, and then within two or three hours the milk is converted' into powder. It is packed in tins read-* for market; in this form, ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Great Train Service. BIRCHIP SHIRE IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

Our Great Train Service. |. BIRCH IP S HIRE IN ACTIO N. For some , months' the Birchip Shire Council have endeavored to j secure- a better passenger service on the Donald-Mildura line, but to all requests the Railways Commission ers have turned a deaf ear. Mr J. M. Kensley, the Shire Secretary, has now directed the following em phatic letter to the Hon. William Hutchinson, M.P. "Considerable dissatisfaction has been expressed here by the Council and by the residents of the districts at the unreasonable train service on this line. There is only one train per week passing through Birchip, and persons desirous of travelling to Melbourne on days other than Mondays are compelled to travel by the mixed trains, which necessitates leaving Birchip at 3 a.m. The first portion of the journey to St Arnaud, occupies 4)4 hours ; an average of 12*4 miles per hour. On the return journey, passengers from Melbourne arrive at Donald at 5 p.m., and arrive at Birchip—32 miles distance —nearly three hour...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Obituary at Gooroc. MRS CATHERINE McKEW. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

Obituary at Goo roc.' MRS CATHERINE McKEW. Death is ever busy in our.midst, and it is with" regret that vv'e record jtbe death of, Mrs Catherine McKew, of Gooroc. The,deceased lady was 64 years of age, and was a native of County Gavin, Ireland. The late Mrs McKew, arrived in Victoria in 1873. and was married two years later at Creswiek. She has resided at Goc^oc ever since. Mrs McKew, who was the soul of charity, has been ailing for some time, and has been u;i,der the care of Dr M. U. O'Sullivan (Melbourne) and Dr C. H. Fleming (St Arnaud). Besides 'her husband, Mrs McKew left the following family to mourn their loss :— Messrs Frank aud John McKew (Coiiooei* West), Mr Tim othy McKew (Conooer Bridge), Messrs Con, Bartholomew, aud Michael McKew (Gooroc), Mrs A. Bourke (Dooboobetic), aud Misses Elizabeth and Annie McKew, of Gooroc.

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Is it Patriotism? MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

Is it Patriotism ? MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING The Lvditor would advise corres pondents to use their best endeavors to finalise this long drawn-out con troversy, as it appears now to be developing into a personal issue. The usual period for a controversy, has already expired, and no finality has yet been reached. Therefore, we propose to close the controversy on Friday, March 10th.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

URIJM UISRASKS When you havo a bad uold, culture beds that favor the Development of gprms fouu in tl(o throat I'ljat is why a child is move likely to contract 4'phtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold pneu monia is also a germ disease and is con tracted ;n a similar manner The longor the cold hangs on the greater the danger Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bein^; an expectorant cleans out these culture beds, and in that way prevents pneumonia and other germ diseases Sold by Hannah $ros.

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Mulga Fred's Language LEADS HIM INTO TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

Mulga Fred's Language lylSADS I-HM INTO TROUBLE, At the. St Arnaud Pol ice ,Court on Tuesday, before Messrs R. Sloaue and H, T. lid wards, Mulga Fred, a ! Western Australian nigger, was charged with having used: insulting words in a railway carriage between Birchip and St Arnaud on Monday Mr Richard Hicks; conductor, de posed that the aboriginal boarded the train at Birchip, aud whilst wit ness was checkiug tickets between Birchip and Douald, accused was very abusivie, and made use of fil thy language within the hearing of passengers. He reported the matter to the Station Master at Donald, "and accused was arrested on arrival at St Arnaud. • • j . Senior Constable Willcox said I that this objectionable couduct was quite a common occurrence up the line, and it should be stopped. " Mulga Fred said he-did not swear much in the; carriage. However, the Justices fiued "him. £2, with 15s costs, or 14 days imprisonment. The fiues and costs were paid.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 3 March 1916

To the Editor. . Mrs James Broughtou, "Milford House," Donald, writes "Under the above heading in the Times on Tuesday appears a letter written, by Mr Golding, stating that he vvas 'iu formed by "they", that we had not enough wares to carry on Jumble Fair after eight o'clock. If I am included iu "they," I contradict the statement. F am not desirous of entering into the controversy, but I' feel that I must correct such an absurd statement on behalf of my daughter, Mrs Arthur Smith, who is iu Melbourne at present."^ " . Mr John .Wardley, Hammiil Street, Donald, -writes iu reply to Messrs 'Goldiug aud Lance '-—'-'In: Tuesday's Times I notice you'say— "Vigilant" has now disclosed his identity, and' proves 'himself to be none other than our old .friend, Mr John Wardley ; now : we may be able to reach finaiity." I-am puz- j zled to know why you designate me as.an old friend ; I would not know either of you it I met you. Yet, I am pleased, to know that you look upon uie as such. Hurriedly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Keati & Co. Coaehbuilders). Ne-.v and Up-to-date Premises' now open. . Spacious Diuijig-room. . ^ , Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water. '1 Baths. ■ Billiards, Table Accommodation, Attendance, Liquors, all of the ; Best. ' '' i Tariff Moderate. Good Stabliug, Loose Boxes. Careful Groom. W. DITCH BURN, 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. 4-1. J. L. Bales, linker. Wood Street. 13 Basset & Son; Commission Agents ; and Privote Kesidence. 59 C. K. Basset k Sons, Woods Street. 55 A. S. Bluudy, Builder, Woods Street; and Private Residence, Woods St. 49 J.H.Bolden, Implement Maker,Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. liourke, Bariyena Kd. 30 P. Bourke, Farmer. 23 I Jr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

LAME BACK Tliereis uo need of anyone suffering from a lauie back as prompt relief piay bo had by applying Chamberlain's Pain JJalm and massaging the parts vigorously at eauli application Lame back is caused oy rheumatism ot the muscles of the back ' und lor muscular rheumatism in any form : Chauiberlcin ,s Pain Halm lias 110 superior Try it and you will be convinced Sold , by Hannah Bros [ Owing to pressure ou our adver tising space much matter intended for insertion in this issue has consej quuntly been unavoidably withheld J'lllil Ui:ji isMtlc. ■ C limine Chest Comr.isiat'j 'Cqxe. t ST /george'S TTALL. t VTeorge's JljL all craTgs AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS Thursday, March 9 company OF established —POPULARITY IN — THE emotional DRAMA— "WEDDED, BUT —no wifej_" — POSTING AND — Livery : : : Stables QPLENDID opening for smart en ^ ergetic business man to ge riglit 011 tu the spot. About 25 horses with the same number of ve hides, including gigs, jinkers, bug gies, drags, lorries, &c, c...

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Robbery of the Farmers CR. J. L. PEARSE INDIGNANT [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

Robbery of the Farmers CR. J. L. PEARSE INDIGNANT At the meeting of the- Donald P. & A. Society on Saturday Mr J. A. Gardiner read letters from the Chamber of Agriculture and the Charlton Agricultural Society, in which the society was asked for an expression of opinion 111 connection with the reduction in the price of wheat for home consumption. Cr J. L. Pearse said be for one empha ! tically objected to the practise. Mr i Hageiihorn stated that ihere would I he no reduction in the price of [ wac-at, and the speaker did not think the farmer should be called upon to feed those who strike when they do not get what they want. The farmer obtained mighty little last year, and they should have the benefit of the good season. He most emphatically protested against any further reduc tion. It was robbery of the farmers. Mr R. C. Hannah said the Minis ; ter of Agriculture had broken his promise, as he said wheat would not be sold under the London parity. The farmers were a liberal cla...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

FOR OUR SOLBIERS. SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND FOR DONALD AND DISTRICT. WK desire to acknowledge the following douotious for the above fund :— Jtitnble Fair £20 0s Od J. Wardley 10s Od Mrs D. Beckham 5s Od . Onley & Beazley 5s Od Mrs Beansch 2s Gd

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February Market Report MR W. A. MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

February Market Report MR W. A. MORGAN. Mv Morgan lepoits the following sheep ?alcs for February only Ate Mr J. Byrne, 162 merino ewes, 12lJ xbred ewes and wethers, J3 lambs, and 121 merino ewes ; a/c Mr J. l'falla, 35 Lincoln ewes, 12 , sheep, -,r) Lincoln ewes, 20 Lincoln ewes ; a/c Mr P. Bourke, 185 2-th iambs ', a/c Mr J. Muir, 117 merino wethers : a/c Mr W Pope, merino iam : a/c Mr G. Muir, 2 lambs ; a/c owner, 23 xbred sheep. We also sold outside on account of various owners t>2S mixed sheep, making a total of 1547 sheep. Cattle. — During tebruaiy we held two special cattle sales, both fully maintaining our reputation as cattle salesmen. Both markets were under supplied. We sold 204 head for February A/c Mr J. Byrues, two beifers ; a/c Mr C. feeder, one steer, one heifer, three cows, and one bull : ; a/c Mr A. Hepworth, four heifers ; a/c Mr W. Bunworth, two cows, one steer; a/c Mr J. Han nab, two cows, three steers ; a/c Mr W. Crone, two heifers ; a c Mr \V. H. Lavery, fou...

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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1916 THE CALL TO ARMS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

The Donald Tinjeg With which is incorporated the Donald Express and Lands bo'roogh Times. Editor, Harold A. Prider". Tuesday, March 7, 1916 THE CALL TO ARMS Somu years ago Mr Rudyard Kip ling caught the popular, imagination with a song whose refrain celebrat ed:—"Fifty thousand horse and foot going to Table Bay." It seemed a large number in those days, even to the British with their tradition of warfare. Our own con tributions to the South African campaign, reckoned in thousands where now we have tens of-thous ands under arms, struck us as very creditable at the time and so they were. But conditions have changed and also our idea of what an army means ; we are now faced with the task of raising a force as- great as that which Britain originallj' thought would be able to settle matters in South Africa. And this force so far from being our only effort is an addition to the hundred and odd thousand soldiers who have'already offered themselves, and have in too many cases given tbe last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

BUAUTY COMKS I It matters not how tnr«s, how perfect tut . glossy or redundant the •.g can look r°ally pretty or.\S*-$ face betrays a disordered iv A yolloiv sukly with any womanly cB» eases known wliet® in silence for yours fro emilg ami ordinary, purgative me«' _ In such cases taken with utmost c0 neither imdulv purgo »' Thcs.; fills have heuu ^,i£J roses to a girl's chcoks ubseut (ot'3earrf I »blu ^YOiyv.^Hi

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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

Local and General News Personal.—Mr A. M. Randall, who has been engaged in the riiral industry at Swan water, proposes to leave the State at an early date. Our Boys'In. Bomhay.—Private advices state that Privates Andrew Fletcher and Norman Rodgers are now at Bombay, India. All's well. Notjcu To Auctioneers.—We desire to point out that from March 10th all paragraphs drawing atten tion to auction sales must be sup plied by the auctioneers. Major Harris.—It 5s reported that Major E. Harris, of Mount Jeffcott, has been honored with pro motion. Maior. Harris-is now hi Egypt. * . ' ■» ■ * * * >» » v Our Postmaster.—Mr and Mrs H. C. Sims, of the Donald Post Office, are now away.oifthe annual vacation., Mr Sims is relieved by Mr li. Davis. DonatJd Water Trust.—The March meeting of the Donald Water Trust will be held at the Shire Hall this evening, when the usual rou tine business will be transacted. Land - To Lease.—In this issue Mr W. A. Morgan invites tenders for the lease of 614 a...

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