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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

DO YOU KNOW. l)j you know that of all the minor ail ments colds are the most dangerous ? It is not the cold itself that you need fear, but the serious ailments it so often leads to. For that roason every cold should bo •^ofc rid of as quickly as possible. For this there is nothing bottor than Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It will loosen the cold, relievo the lungs, aid expectorations and enable your system to throw off the ec'.d. Sold by Hannah liros. Mr. McDonald atul Mr. Buchan an, Hon Secretaries of the Wyclie proof Hospital, ask us to announce that owing to continual raiu last Sunday Hospital Sunday at Corack Liast has been postponed until Dec ember, the 12th. For. Chronic Chest Couiplaiuts Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. |

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

LOCAL INDUSTRY. The keen advocate of deceiitrali satiou is . not merely a uian of wis dom ;= he is. one-of the State's bast assets.- The provincial newspapers are ever expounding the doctrine of deceiitralisa'ipn, and in the majority of instances they systematically practicewhat tbey preach. And we feel, veiy strongly, it may be said, antagonistic to those traitors to lo cal industry who buy in Melbourne goods that could be obtained locally at practically the same price, less freight.. This calls for strong con demnation, as we" justifiably hold that local goods should have abso lute preference over all others. We have a coinplaiut to make ourselves. Quite recently Donald was invaded by a printer's "ambassador" from Melbourne in search of orders. We do not know whether his trip to ['Donald Was good for much i "woj!" or otherwise, but we take the opportunity of reminding resi dents that there is no necessity to send printing orders to Melbourne. The Trjifis can remove that, as. our j...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

(HommoiuveaUf^fesBank °r Hustralta HEAD omcE ineiraS B CITIES and TOWN8 of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable ramiMance* made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placei direct. Foreign bills negotiated and coUectcd. Letter# of credit issued to »nv part of the world. Banking and Kxrh«nfr« limine:* of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, Undcd Kingdom and abroad. Current account! opened. Interett paid on fixed deposits. Advance* made against approved securities. Savings Bank Dejpairtrraent BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES At over ... . _ ^ Poot Officea Interest at ~v 1 Jm 2SaO In Australia por annum Q ; 1/ Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL fcaWnp Hank Fadlitir* jakbs kcll. i>ep.:tr corwr. ;««i. wis dfnis Gilfilhui & Mitchell Evan Gwynne Bom, IvX B. Barristers and Solicitors. DONALD And at St. Arnaud Commissions for taking Affidavits for High Court, Vic., N.S.W. and W.A. Mr William Mitchell, Notary Public Will attend Birchip and elsewh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

Cliiior arc very liable to catch cold. They have to jfo in ail ii e^ihei'S— often having to sit in ,[!:(,oi nlih v,et feet. Apart from this, they .-ire always face to fac v.:!!-i • rifk from infection—-especially when epidemics of Wiwojiins! (V:tit|h, Measles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about.. Miiilifrr-<hooi Boys and Girls however can be always FKIiii tlANXi;. i i il they have a bottle of y~| f&fP, *& il j_t~^ sdiJ. m •: list i-.oii?!', one dose of this Medicine at the )>?•! iiuiiraiior. of a "cold" n il! at once "nip in the irjjj" what might otherwise prove to be a serious illness. Cori. the bottie up—the rest will fceep. ?or Coughs, Group/ (jOIds on the The RUMKDY with '«ie Ki- PI TATTON. from at! CHF.MISTS aiid STORES W.G. MKAliNK & CO. Ltd., OH-:iov;. VICTORIA, :ac>. N.S.W., VVcllmjiiont N.Z. re — ■ v niei 4,,1${'(&, <%f, „ l f i -- - 4^/ "rrr\ Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. • ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

BOfLS ANI) CARBUXCLJvS. Boils begin as little pimples. If Dr. 81iolilou,8 Magnetic liniment is well rubbed iu afcthia time, they ivill disappear and give you uo furilier trouble. If a boil is developed, blood and matter must be squeezed out, aud the wound dressed with Dr. Sheldon':; Magnetic I/inimeut. Per sons suffering from boils slionld rub tliu affected thoroughly, twice a day with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liuiuiunl, This will prevent the yivnUi of a v. hulo crop of boils. Price, Is Ud and yj. Obtainable everywhere.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

OUR ROLL OF HONOE The following is a list of the heroic soldiers who have enlisted from the Donald district. Many of thein 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, II Allen, W Abbott, A Allen, S Aitkin, \V Adlaui. B—Lieut J C Karrie, R H Barber, J Barry, L Birch, M Berry, G Blair, W Barnes, T Bliss, R Bruce, D Barry, A Box, P Ber.nett, HJ Beckham, H Baird, J Bonley, J Bellevello, A W Barber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Uailes, C Byrne and W Burge, J J Bray, B F Baird, A Brockensliire C—H Canuard, J Cleuie.its, W Coombs, J Cantwell, J Cameron, J T Casey, A Chapman, R Cruiksliank, T Cole, A Cleary, M Caliir, J Cavanagh. J Clark, Jack Clarke. D—C D'Alton, H De Melker, J P D'Arcy, O Davey, W Davidson, R Dickie. R Dillon IS—J Egan, J Etlieridge. A Eischolt, \f Eischolt, G Iivaiis. * H H Floj'd, A Foster, N Fielding, J Fream, J J Faukner, A Fletcher, R M Ferguson, J Fislilock, G—A A Gillies, W Guil...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Notes and Comments. WOOMELA[?] STOCK TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

Notes and Comments. WOOMELA. t'j STOCK TRAIN. Mr. Achilles Gray, M.i?., Iris te ceived the following letter, dated November 30th, from Commissioner McClellaud :—"Advertiug to our conversation at the House during the progress of 1 lie Estimates in re gard to the provision of a live stock, train from Wootnelang on Mondays, I beg- to say that enquiry discloses that it is usual for the live stock to be consigned from - Birchip, Watch em, and Lritchfijld, audit is con sidered that it will be sufficient to run the stock train from Bivchip, and arrangements ivili accordingly be made for the provision of the train as from Monday next [De cember 6th—Ed] provided, of course, that not less than five trucks of stock are available for transport. May I ask that you will kindly arrange for an announce ment to be made in the .district. The train will be scheduled to leave Birchip at S a.m. on Monday."

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

HOII,S ANL) l51MPI(liS. Boils ami I'implus are Nature's effort to throw oil poisons which have formed in the blood, Chamberlain's Tablets cleanse the stomach, liver and bovrols, thus purifying the blood and refreshing the system until you feel a now being. Take a course of Chamberlain's XableU to thoroughly eradicate tile puisouous mat tar from the system and then make a pruclice of taking i>no at regular intervals and you will never again bo troubled with boils. Sold by Hautuili Bros. When at Donald recently, the President of the Chamber of Agri culture stated under the wheat scheme the farmer would not be called upon to pay weighbridge charges. The point was challenged immediately by Mr Bert Basset, but Mr Wood contended that the state ment was accurate. Mr W. G Pitty, however, lias received a let ter from John Darling .v Son in re ference to this matter, in which they remark :—'"We do not agree to such, and fanners will require to pay their weighbridge charges as heretofore,"<...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Miss Amy Castles ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

Miss Amy Castles ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE A vast audience assembled in St. George's Hall on Wednesday even ing tu greet tbe famous prima don na, Miss Amy Castles, wbo was 'making her first appearance before a local audience. The audience was enthusiastic, and the concert proved an unequivocal success. The pro gramme was of a generally popular kitid, but included titimbers which allowed the beautiful quality of the singer's voice and it" artistic culture to be displayed to the best advan tage. Miss Castles rendered Gou nod's "Waltz Song" from. Romeo i and Juliet with admirable skill. Zardo's "To the Angels," with a cello obligato by Mr Gladstone Ball, was given with almost rever ential feeling. In addition to the encores, Miss Castles gaVe d'Harde lot's "My.Message," and Conings by Clarke's "You Dear and I" as a bracketed number. Mr Harold Whittle's and Mr Gladstone Ball's mu'ical contribution, Rnbenstein's "Fiuale Sonata in D," was a defi nite source of pleasure. Mr Bell also played Sq...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Country Telephones. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

Country Telephones, The St Arnaucl Mercury says :— The representations of Mr Percy Holland to the Deputy Postmaster General in support of establishing telephonic facilities at Hodgson's homestead, at Darkbouee, of! the main St Arnaud-Banyena line, have been successful. A public telephone has been installed at the homestead for the receipt and transmission of telegrams and for public conversat ions. At a general meeting of subscribers held at Trayuor's La goon, complimentary references were made concerning Mr Bright, Deputy Postmaster-General, and Messrs S. Sampson, M.P., and Hans W. H. Irvine, for their untiring efforts in assisting towards the erection of the main St Arnaud Banyena telephone line. The com mittee decided that a letter of ap preciation be forwarded to these gentlemen. In a communication of acknowledgment under date Novem ber 26th, Mr Irvine says:—"lean assure you it was a pleasure to me, as it is at all times, to help worthy men who desire to help themselves, while i...

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A Watchem Hero. PRIVATE N. FIELDING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

A Watchem Hero. PRIVATE N. ■ FIELDING It is with profound regret that .we have to announce the death of Pri vate Norman Fielding, sou of Cr. and Mrs Fielding, of Watchem. The gallant sou of the respected council- I lor had been in the trenches at G il- \ lipoli for a long period', and although five of bis comrades were either killed or vvouuded by a shell he es caped without injury. It is, there fore, all the more sad to relate that later he contracted pneumonia,aud died in the Alexandria hospital about a week ago. Deceased was 24 years of age, aud was a sturdy built sou of Australia, and was respected by all wbo knew him. He was a fine athlete, b;ing one of the b?st foot ballers iu the district. He always played the game fair, aud so great a favorite was be with both oppon ents ani comrades in the Watchem team that he was always cheered for his brilliant dashes or his high-mark ing feats. Knowing the sterling straight qualities of our departed hern, vve kuow well that he also place...

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The Wheat Scheme. OUYEN INDIGNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

The Wheat Scheme. OtTYEN INDIGNANT. While farmers ss a whole in the Ouyeu district are satisfied with the pooling arrangeineut, it is held that the making of the certificates nego tiable is a huge mistake. It is held that this is playing iuto the hands of wheat merchants, who will buy up the certificates, and thus sccure the wheat as in former years, and get tli; benefit of the increased weight. It is also contended that the farmers' co operative companies should be included in the list of buying agents, as then the share holders would get the benefit of the profits.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

IF YOUtt GUILD IS FRETFUL. IE your child is bilious, its appetite puor and variable, if it is fretful anil "natter ing," rostless in its seelp, you may be [ sure that its stomach is out uf orilur. A fow doses oC Chamberlain's Tablets will quickly sot it- right. Sold by Hauuali liroi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

Official Game Laws. LIST OF OA MIC A X O NA'l'lVH OAMB PROTKCTiCD IN VICTORIA UNDER THR" S K 0 ON I) AND. T III li L1 SCIIHDCJLliS TO THIS HA.tfli ACT 1SDJ. : 'J'he \Vlio!r> Vi-nr. All Austra'i-in F.-Uiiv (with t!mnxeo> tion of sivkes) in the National t':;rks a»d Publ io 'i;tr'J>"iis. Mtoek Cockatoos,. Blai-c Sn-ans White Swans, Vflack-tailed oiv Rock-Pebbler P.-ivrot-, Hronire-wiuged anil other Wild Picons, Bastard or Wild Turkev, Califor'nian. Quail, Cranes (all birds 'known as Crpn-'s, such as Korons, E-rrets, &amp;c , except the X.ilive Companion or*Australian Crane). Cuckoos, Curlews, Wild Doves. Wild Out!: ami Teal, Rmua, Fan-tails, Ibis, Java Turtle Divs, Ulaulc faced or Malice Kangaroos, Large Grey Kangaroos, Large Red Kangaroos, Kiiiff" fislies (nil kinds), Larks, Laughing Jack ass, Mnllee Hens, Martins, Mopokes, Opossums, Owls, Swamp or Ground Para keets, Pheasants, Southern Stone Plover, Kobins, Spoonbills, Wrens. Since ^ 1 Hi above was ja^ led we have, recei...

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Epistles to the Editor. THE CALL FOR RECRUITS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

Epistles to the Editor. the caw; for recruits. To the Editor. " Sir,—If anything turtlier were needed to point the way to duty, surely the appeal for an additional 50,000 men will supply the-stimu lus. Every medically-fit young mau iu Donald and Watchem, that is, without responsibilities, who makes his presence necessary here should now earnestly consider his position, remembering that there are national duties which supersede all local claims or attachments. The verandah posts along Woods Street do not need supporting, nor were they erected to support youug men with '"cold feet." liven some of those in active work on the land and iu business are not wholly indispensable iu these occupations. Young fellows! Remember that your mates—your pals—are in the firing line, and urgently require your assistance—something which you would hasten to render if called for when you were altogether iu this district. Remember that enlistment means lasting houor, while non j enlistment means lasting d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

fjjLIC NOTICE jjfrc not goin» to say the fr.ii:- is a popular paper, hut i.jriifr yen to our advertising awl let you decide the Listen! Advertisements i journal u ii. say inore for jck isiKe tfcnii ail the politi 1,31:0. Bccanfc everybody teads (litre's tl:e secret of our Lj! 'i'tee advertisements pay selves bftause tbey are anil tbe paper is distributed 1 xe wealth and bieadth of the ! fctiict, reaching tbe people j your services most. It J !«al psptr, tbe oldes-t, J |fi|sa!s iwal support. Hc-ie is : j^isji-cur tirctiJalit 11 in this ' a§jf> i? tbe lar'^tst, and cur ; ^,-i the smallest. We bave | li? tiers: can we treat ycu' .jj.% likewise? j ^"notice ! „ "0 F A ti IVIS. R. s ; ofr, after MONDAY NKXT i i4j rcntatives will be in at istj_ it the Doi'akt and Litch-j ts> » .;s to receive wheat on be- j Mi JOHN DARIAXG „v SON ! ^iitGovernmerU wheat pool. I ig-spt at Lit hfield will be j ^fi.Uleyer. ;eu| t'f G. PITTY,' J &amp;lt;U(1 .A re in At the I.n'CHHHLP. ! St — _ j *?WLD ...

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COMPLAINTS WILL ARISE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

COMPLAINTS WIU, ARISK. The Presideut of the Chamber of Agriculture, when at Donald last week, said it was impossible iu cai ryiug out a scheme of such magni. tuda to avoid couiplaiuts beiug made. Uuder uormal conditions, when a farmer was delayed at a railway station with his team, ow ing to congestion of wheat to be de livered, he made loud and long complaints, which usually ended at the station. Under the scheme many of these complaints will reach the Government. There will be other complaints iu regard to settle ment for wheat delivered. In some cases they may be due to mistakes of the farmers themselves, and iu others to the agents ; but it was hoped that, with the assistance of farmers, the scheme would, on the whole, work smoothly. Cause for complaints that must necessarily arise from time time would be ad justed as quickly as possible.

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Personal Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 December 1915

Personal Notes, The Misses Oiive, of Donald, are now ou a visit to Melbourne and Gippsland. The recent speech of Mr Sydney Sampson, M:P., in the House of Re p esentatives 011 the Murray Waters Bill has been received with much gratification among those who are i: terested in this great national q lestioii. Mr Sampson, who is the member for Wimmera, is one of the best informed members in the Fed eral Parliament on matters of truly national character. Mrs H. A. Prider, of Donald, has received information to the effect that her brother, Private Reuben Weaver, is ill at Leuinos Island. Private Weaver has been ill ever si-ice he left Frernautle six months ajo, and has now been granted ex emption from drill. Mr Cyril J. Robinson, son of Mr A. Robinson, of the St Arnaud TIMES, has been successful in the Melbourne University examinations for the second year Arts for Law. &amp;nbsp; The promising young student pas sed in British history, European history, political economy, consti tutiona...

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Personal Notes. NOTES OF LOCAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 December 1915

Personal Notes, NOTES OF LOCAL INTEREST The Rev. A. E. Goller, of Bir chip, conducted the service at the Presbyteriau Church, Corack, on Sunday evening. The Anglican Archbishop of Mel- j bourne will visit Donald on Wed- j nesday, and will conduct a coufirm- 1 ation service at St George's Church iu the evening:. Archbishon Clarke will conduct a similar service at Woomelang on Friday evening. The Rev. D. A. Cameron, M A., conducted the service in the Presby terian Church, Douald, 011 Sunday morning. Mr Cameron, who is the director ot home missions, is well known in Donald, where he was formerly stationed. During- his short visit to Donald, Mr Cameron was the guest of the Rev. J. Wal ker. Friday's Hkr.vuj announced that the condition of Lance-Corpor al J. Walder, of Watchem, who was reported in our last issue to be seri ously ill in Kgypt, has now become exceedingly daugerous. Senior-Constable Mahoney, of Brunswick, will, it is expected, ar rive in Donald within a few days to succeed S...

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Donald Water Trust. THE ANNUAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 December 1915

Donald Water Trust. TI-IK ANNUAL ELECTION. The annual election of six com missioners to the Donald Water works Trust eventuated ou Monday. The results were as follows : — THOMSON, William Edgar 430 PATTERSON, John 129 HANNAH, John 126 McPHKRSON, Sydney George 123 CALHOUN, James, ... ... 118 GRAY, William llaury, ... 92 WORTl,]vY, Stanley John, ... 68 The electiou was conducted by Mr C. McCrackeu, an:l everything went smoothly. The Trust will meet at the Shire Hall this evening.

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