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Wayside Notes. THE EUROPEAN STRU[?] No. III.—By Derby C[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

Wayside Notes"! IHL, EUROPEAN ST^f No. Iii._By~7rbj ci j Tile late Herbert SpJ expressed the view tfc-4i"J maukiud is undoubtedly ethical advance from ptirf ditions the progress is sc. s!J over a thousand years is q^I attaining any marked aii.if improvement. In consist conclusion of the phiw£| uecessary to bear in taj^ J j provements in conditions oil I discoveries iu scieuce ai)i'| I accumulations of wealth, ajit trial or commercial piosprf quite irrelevant tothejaJ not a question of moral progies0. It is interesting question hmvJ; our civilisation is venter, J mUCh of the "old Ado™" •> ant, aud easily aroused. C|| Mankind in the bulki3lJ| judged either by the bigbei'S est types of hisspecies.STfc|P of war have long been i^jS mankind, even before the 'seer dreamed of a day should . turn their stmM plough shares and their sjs$| priming hooks, and it people of a nvilised catioajff site to attack aud slaugfr|l§ fellow creatures, but tfefi istic rulers, whose greed aJl§ tion induces...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Donald P. & A. Society. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

Donald P. & A. Society. THE ANNUAL MEETING. The anuual meeting of the Don -1 aid P. &. A. Society was held at the Royal George Hotel oti .Saturday, when there were present:— Messrs W. Sproat (President), HvS.JPope, G. A. Pope, A. Black, WJ'Cruik shank, J. L. Pearse, J. Adams, J. Black, E. S. Moore, C, HJ Wilson, A. C. Letcher, R. C. Hannah, T. Pope, and. J. A. Gardiner. ' The minutes were . confirmed on the motion of Messrs Pearse and H. S. Pope. The balance sheet was presented, and approved of on the motion of Messrs Sproat and H. S.. Pope. The balance sheet was, all things considered, very satisfactory. — Ejection of Officers. — Cr Sproat stated that he desired to thank all, more especially Mr Gardimer, for courtesy shown him during his presidency. Public duties had consumed his time, and he inti mated that he would not be eligible for re-election. Messrs Pearse and H. S. Pope, who regrettedlosing the services of Mr Sproat, moved that Cr 0. R. Basset, who was then ...

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

BLEEDING PILES CUBED BV R.EXONA, THIi RAPID HKALEIt. '•My husband suffered greatly with bleeding piles for ten years," writes Mrs Louisa Raid, 7 Joues-street, Pyrmout "He was so bad that Ue could hardly move, and sometimes he was unable to rest on accountot' the pain, and it was most pitiful to see liiin lie tried many different oint ments and lotions, but received no benefit whatever I had read the wonderful cures that Kexona Oiutment had done, so I got him a tin and the first application gave him great relief He continued with the ointment, and in about a week's time he was completely cured, and he has hot had the ^lightest return of his complaint since, and we can honestly recommend it to anyono suffering wi'h tho same com plaint as he had." Eexoua is sold in triangular tills at la.6d aud 3s Obtainable Everywhere Mr Alf Hines, of Trayiior's La goon, has enlisted. Mr Hines off ered for active service, but was re jected ou account of heart trouble. He then enlisted for home service...

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THE GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

TI-IE GENERAL MEETING. The,minutes were Adopted'on the motion of . Messrs 1'earse and I<et cher. Correspondence was read from the Chamber , of Agriculture, asking farmers to consider the advisability of assisting returned soldiers by the introduction of the share system.— Mr H. S« pope said he would em ploy a returned soldier in preference to any other, and Mr R. C. Hannah also expressed his willingness to ! employ a suitable man.—Mr Sproat asked the secretary to obtain the names of farmers' who were willing to take returned soldiers as farm bauds. • .. > ■ • ' " The St Arnaud- Agricultural^So-: ciety asked ;tbe society to support the movement in urging the Gov. j ernment to adopt bulk handling of wheat.—Mr Hannah liad seen the system work in America and? Cana da, and he considered that its intro duction would be a good thing for the State.—Mr H* S. Pope and moved that the representative out he Advisory Board, Mr Hepworth, be instructed to further the proposal as much ...

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The Markets. SPECIAL HORSE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

The Markets. SPECIAL HORSE SALES. Messrs W. H. Gray & Sou report a very fair sale of horses on March 1st. A large entry was received, and-nearly 70 head were sold at an average of £20. Mares made to (for a pair a/c Mr Chas Griff iths) and geldings £36 to ,£39 (a/c Messrs McGannon and Dickeson). Sjales were made as follows :—A/c Mrs J. G-reeiiwood, three geldings and two mares : a/c Mr J. McGan non, four draught geldings aud oue pony mare ; a/c Mr W. R. Pope, two mares and one gelding ; a/c Mr W. Dickeson. one gelding ; a/c Mr l?. T. Miller, two light geldings ; a/c Mr R. Tudor, one bay' mare ; a/c Mr C. Griffiths, four mares aud three geldings : a/c Mr P. Brennati, one bay mare ; a/c Mr VV. Blair, one gelding ; a/c Mr E. S. Moore, two. mares and two geldings ; a/c Mr B. Menn, three mares aud two geldings : a/c Mr W. Hogg, one mare : a/c Mr J. Crosbie, one colt ; a/c Messrs Oakley Bros, one mare ; a/c Mr J. Melicau, one gelding and three mares ; a/c Mrs O'Connor, one gelding ...

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

(tec "'.."A .. "Km. Op":, r ;• "\K\ : . . £?ca» 3u:.r=.; - CJTJS3 anci TO;I'M5' ©/ *;>.:*>. asu'c • Cr1»»c tvh.:c>'! -Iryv-i .. . '/iir~ : ji»i>11 'I »• »;.- «*: I.«»;>i ** t" •»,.iv t»>r i' •• >vrM Uankitcj: nwrk\"5::«:"j<; mm n\-i >.h »f.- • ... t'liil*! him! •'•.i*:—• r-nV«...'V-,» :.l -n, i 'Savings '..'Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centra --.nil AGENCIES -t 1'- 25-50 I. Ocposit ^ cvrtd Papua up to ?v:Oj INTKUSTATK and ISTJ'llNATIONA l< Savings Bank i-V.iuk JAMKB lir.J.t.. i.M.i'v r.,,r-r:t.T. June. Mi, J>ENia N uU.i.lli. ... Lyric Pictures Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday Night As the management liave made arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges and are in possession of a first class Patbe Biograph outfit, they will be enabled to put before the Donald public an up-to-date and high-class show. Local Sick and . . Wo mid ed Soldiers' . . . Fiuid. —— l^VONATIONS for the above fun...

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

J'V ■/ ♦*b?w &4 I'i ?"*? \:$v B R 8 fi $ !3 tUtfA liiLLill Liberal Cash Advances made upon ensuing Cilps, ®rad all consignments of Wool Grain, and Produce. SALES ON COMMISSION. Valuations, Highest Prices, Prompt Returns. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE C°- LTD South Ken sington Offices: William Street MELBOURNE i are very liable to eaten cold. They have to On in ail weathers— often hsving t</ s'.it in school with net feet. Apart from this, tliey are always iai;c to lace with the risk from injection—especially when epidemics of Vi hooping Cough. iUeasles, Diphtheria, Influenza, etc., are about. Mothers of School Boys am! Girls however can he always i'at'ili of AN5IETI if thev have a bottle of (p Q JuL '•£3/ kj* in lr.e 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, Croup, Golds on the Chest The...

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

THE TIMES—S>\ THAR POST FKEE. LUBSGKJBiii l)iUW

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OUR ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

OUB ROLL OF honor-V; The following is a list of tbe heroic soldiers who'liave enlisted from the Donald district. Many of them are now in Gallipoii or elsewhere in the' firinjj line. We would be glad 10 in sert the names of those unintention ally jmitted. A.—K Alien, H Alloa,-W Abbott, A Allen, S Aitkin, W Adlaui. i!—Lieut J C Ba'rrie, RII Barber, J Barry, . fj Birch, SI Ben^-, G Blair, \V Barnes, T iiliss, R Bruce, D Barry, A Box, P Ber.nett, KJ Beckham. H Baird, J Booley, J Bellevell", A Barber, M Basset, A Bennett, A Bailes, G Byrne and W Blithe, J J Bray, B F Baird, X Brockenslme C—HcCami3.nl, J Clemeuts, \V Coombs, J Cantwell, J Cameron, J TCasey, . A Chapman, R Cruikshank, F Oolc, A Cleary, M Caliir, J Oaraiingb. J Clark, Jack Clarke, . A OoUinghaw, T Oaunard, W Cr'aickshank. D—C D'Aitou, J:I De lMolker, J P D'Arcy, O Bayey, W Davidson, R Dickie. R. Dillon Ji—J ligan, J Ktheridgo, A iiisclioit, W i'Jiscliolfc, G- Evans. . K li Floyd, A Foster, A" Fielding, J Fream, J J Faukuer,...

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Life at Sinai Peninsula A DONALD LAD'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

Life at Sinai Peninsula A DONALD LAD'S IyKTTKR j Mr and Mrs W. Willey, of Don ald have received another letter from their son, Sapper Harold Willey, who was then on the Sinai Peninsu la. We take the following ex tracts :— "lam still in the best of heaUb. •Last time I wrote'I was in Cairo on French ;leave.- As soon as we re turned to carapl I had to report to th® sergeant, who informed me that I was underopen arrest for breaking leave. However, I did not care a scrap, and am. prepared to put .up with the consequences. We left Tel-el-Kebir on January 24th, and entrained in trucks for Sinai Pen- j insula. We marched about two miles iu pitch :dsrkness, with full pack, up to one's knees in sand. This is the contents of my pack: — Two haversacks crammed with to bacco, two tins jam, two bottles ham and chicken,' tour loaves of bread, water bottle full, change of under wear, two sbirts, two toweis, two Balaclavas, hold-all, hussif, two tius salmou, four tins sardines, tin cocoa, .writiug ma...

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

MILK IN POWDER FORM IN Llicuo hard times every housewife must economise. I iiud Trufood. l-oivdered Milk a.bhissiujj; in our house it is a real money .-saver."Thus- wrote a Kiateful lady, and her experience lias been endorsed, by householders throughout Australia, who have baeu usini; Powrilerfd Milk for a considerable period. The svs tern by whichpure cow's milk is uonvorted into powder form may well be considered one of the marvellous inventions of mod era times. Xlio patent right's wer secured by a Victorian Company, and the build ings and plant were erected at Glenormis ton (in the centrn of the far-faued Western District) at a cost of about ,.£"50,000. Every precaution is tsken to obtain pure fresh milk, and the supply is drawn from a radius of, about four miles only. The dairymen'deliver liiilk each morning and evoniug, and then within • two or threo hours the millc is converted into powder. It is packed iu tius ready for! market; in this i'oriu, the millc rotains its freshnes...

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

A WOliU TO TKAVliUJvRS The excitement incident to travelling and cliauge of food and water often brings on diarrhoea, and no one fhould leave home without a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Hewedy The intenso pain which frequently accompanies this complaint will bo relieved by one dose, j while it seldom lakes more than a couple ' of doses to eomplotoly cheek the duirrliomi I Sold by HuuuahiJros

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St Arnaud Annual Races WEIGHTS FOR WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

St Arnaud Annual Races WEIGHTS FOR WEDNESDAY. The St Arnaud Turf Club will hold their annual meeting at St Arnaud on Wednesday. A number of sportsmen from Donald propose to attend. Mr F. Dower has issued the following handicaps:— TRIAL HANDICAP—5 Furlongs : Flash Bob ... ... 9 0 • Idle Boy, ... ... 8 12 ■ Hartoy . ... ... S-11 . : s Harvette ... ... 'S 11 Amberine 7 12 FRYING HANDICAP—5 furlongs Marylebone ... ,■ .. 10 5 Urasina ... ... .. 9 7 Princess Xeny .. s. ; 7' Rose vale .. S 2 Copperbolt ... ..- 8 2 Silver Voice ■ . .. S' 0 Brown Oats ... .. S 0 Diomed :. S 0 Ullina .; s 0 I he Retainer Amisdale : Flash Bob ... liarvette ... ... 7,. 12 ... 7 5 ... 7 2 ... 7 0 STARNAUD HANDICAP-1 mile Pan In ... ...' ... y 12 Urasina s 7 Golden Princess ... S 1 Roscvaie 8 0 Mel Bui 8 O Irish Boy 7 7 Posture 7 'I • Brown Oats 7 3 Ulliua - 7 3 NOVELTY PONY RACK—4 Figs Spooner Hart 9 12 Leanore S 0 Artist 7 1'2 Little Flush ; 7 12 Illusion 7 Golden Jewel ... 7 9' Devonclale ...•' ... 7 7 Little ...

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On Active Service. SAPPER VICTOR WILLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

On Active Service. /SAPPER VICTOR WILLIiY. Sapper Victor Willey lias written from Serapeum, Suez Canal, to his father, Mr W. Willey, of Donald, stating that he was iu the best of health, and was then camped on the Asiatic desert territory. Sapper Willey does not anticipate further fighting for some time to come. He adds :— "The sooner the attack comes off, the better. I thiulc there will be only one great battle when it does start. The graves of the Turks, who were killed in the last fray, are only a few hundred yards from here. I do riot wish the Turk any harm, but—well, I hope we will be able to fill a fe.v more holes with him,'as I reckon he had a fair cut over the other side." \ Thij Dandies. —• The Watchem Dandies will appear in the Institute Hall, Bangerang, on Saturday, March. 11.; The proceeds are in aid of the Watchem Red Cross Society. HorsK Sai.h. — Messrs W. II. Gray &' Sou advertise a special horse sale for Wednesday, March 22ud next, and would advice ven dors t...

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Lady Stanley's Fund. A POOR LOCAL RESPONSE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

Lady Stanley's Fund. A POOR LOCAL RESPONSE. At. the meeting of the Donaid P. & A. Society 011 Saturday, Mr J. A. Gardiner stated that in response to Lady Stanley's appeal for donations of wheat, the following had been received at Donaid and Litchfield by Messrs W. Moore and G- R- Basset Donald : Messrs C. R.: Basset & Son, 30 bags ; Letcher Bros, 20 ; R. Hancock, 20,; Ii: S: Pope, 12 ; G. Wieuberg, • Cruicksiiank Bros, J. H. Ruth, W. Hancock, W. R. Pope, and J. Adams, 10 each ; G: A. Pops, S ; A. Adams, Jun. 9 ; IJ. S. Moore, 7 ; T. Pope, 5 ; C. Bourke, 4 : J. A,. Gardiner, .3 ; J, Baensch' and R. Tudor, 2 ; R. C Hannah. 1 ; total 183 ba£s. Litch field—Messrs Richards & Sons, 18 ; A. Hep worth, sen, and M. Burton. 6 : C. Ecnouson & Sons, Mrs Tyson aud W. D. & A. Newell, o ; A. I Hepworth, jun, 4 ; Mrs O'Conuor, and P. Tellifson, 2 ; J. Muir, W. Malouey, A. Stephens, J. Hepworth and D. Cozzeus, I ; total 58 bags. ' Mr PI. S. Pope—The response i...

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Wedded, But No Wife! AN EMOTIONAL, DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

Wedded, But No Wife ! AN K MOTIONAL, DRAMA. Residents of Donald will no doubt be pleased to hear that the popular actor,- Mr Harry Craig, with his company of dramatic artists, will visit Donald ou Thursday next. re~lr j;;: uo dramatic combination lia e sr been more popular with pro.incial audiences than Craig's Australian Players, and no doubt a large audience will greet them at St George's Hall ou Thursday eveuiug, when they, will produce an emotional drama, entit'ed "Wedded, but no Wife," which is complete •with bright arid attractive scenery. Mr Craig will appear in a popular Scotch character. The members of the company are, one and all, well cast in this, drama.

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

.SLEEPLESSNESS Sleeplessness frequently arises froui the liver J f the liver is out ot order it affects the nerves and it your nerves are affccted you cannot sleer> Do not resort to nar cotics ; a course of Chamberlain's Tablets will set your livet rifjht and you will soon enjoy refreshing sleep Just bocauso other remedies have failed to relieve you is no reason you should give up hope Chamberlains Tablets are relieving ob stinate casta every day Sold by Hannah Bros Mr Geo Lees has enlisted, ami Mr W. A. Morgan will conduct a clearing sale on his behalf on March 11th. The sum of £L7 5s 3d was raised by the Donald Brass Band' at Litch field on Sunday for the St Aruaud Hospital. One bag of wheat \v?is also donated.

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The Corack Telephone [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

The Co rack Telephone The farmers of Corack and the Donald tradespeople have fouud the Donald-Corack telephone a great .convenience during harvest season, 'and the farmers are now anxious that a connection be established with Wycheproof. Two routes liave been mentioned, viz., froui Corack to Thalia to/connect with the Wyclie proof-Birchip line, or via Wyche proof South. The Corack to,Thalia line would be about eight: miles in length, and would be about half the cost of that via Wycheproof South (16 miles), but would serve only two or three farmers on the route. Wycheproof South line would serve a greater number of farmers, but would be, more expensive. The Corack people, as a result of com munications and inierviews with the Postal authorities, are interest ing themselves in the matter, and will hold a public meeting in the Corack Mechanics' Hall on Wed nesday, with the object of having an officer to inspect and report on ue cost aud estimated revenue of both routes. It will, theref...

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A Blaze at Burrereo. ESTIMATED LOSS OF £75. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 7 March 1916

A Blaze at Burrereo. ESTIMATED LOSS OF ^75..; Messrs Mutphy Bros.' homestead: property at Burrereo was tbe scene of a destructive fire last Tuesday everting, when q, large spacious barn of galvauised iron," lined with timber, was burned to the ground. The'fire was caused, it is .thought, 'through the explosion of a kerosene lamp, which had been left burning by a Swede, and which apparently fell to the ground. Messrs Mur phy and the employees were then at tea, and were unconscious of the fact that the barn was then almost reduced to ashes. The owners esti mated their loss at £60, whilst the Swede lost clothes and ^15 in notes.

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FEEDING THE COW. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 10 March 1916

FEEDING -'THE COW. Efcry caw has her maximum yield of I milk, and may be she is capable of pro ducing six gallons of milk a day, or it may bo two gallons. Tliis figure is lier limit, and no amount offending- will in-' creasy this maximum. .It is, liowevcr, very common for a cow to be yielding less than her maximum through, insuffi cient feeding. It -is licrc, you;should see a big response to increased feed jng. it Jo co nun on knowledge to every farmer that, of the, food, consumed by a eow, so mucli is consumed for the. maintenance of animal life, that is, the supply of lieat and energy and for the formation of new tissue, to supply the' " wear and tear " that is constantly. going on. It is only after these needs liavo been supplied that the'formation of milk can be considered. It will be seen that a dairy .cow has "to receive a food that supplies these needs and leaves a s'urplus 'for the production of mill;. A good dairy cow that receives only a bare maintenance ration is go ing t...

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