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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Names' of the Lads, who are asso ciate.! with the DoDald and adjacent districts, who have helped to defend the British Empire from the Huns. Allen, R. Jones, G - Alleu, A. Kerr, H Allen,. H. . Kofoed,. L Abbott,' W. Lee, A. A.itkiu, S. Liddle, N. Adlam, W. ' Loft, \V Barrie, J. C. Lamplougli, 0 Birber,-. R. H. Lambert, F. ' Barry. T. Lock, !• Birch, L. : Locke, Albert Berrv, Mark Leech, Robert Blair, G. Lees, Geo Barnes, W. Larkin, Jim Bliss. Theo, v Letcher, B Bliss, B. Levi;:, N Bruce, Roy ' ;v:cUj:ialii, A. .'■Barry, Dm Mci.io.sil, (t. Box, A iVUivm.m, T -m Bennett,. V. Mciifv.jle. I. '.-.Beckham, tf. " McDowi.il, Baird, 11. . Mills, G A. Booley, Jim McDonald, D. Belleville, J .McDonald, FI Belleville, Viu Muir, Leslie Barber, A. W. ■Muir, N. Basset, M. Muir, Arthur Bennett, A. McPherson. f. B&iles, Alf McLuug, ■) ■ Byrne; • C; - * Me.Conachy, L- | Burge, W; . Moore,. A VV. i Bray, ■>. Morrisou, C ; BairH, B. F. Mclntyre, H. j ■Brockenshire, A. McLichlan. D Baddock, Do...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Local and General News Portugal. Enters The War. —Germany, has declared war upon Portugal, who refused to accede to the demands as contained in the ul timatum issued from Berlin. Corporal Gii-ues visiced the St Arnaud races on Wednesday, and 'in company with Sergeant Ander son, button holed eligible men in a quiet diplomatic* way.. Mrs H. A. Prider, of Donald, is in receipt of news to the effect that her brother, Private Reuben Wea ver, has leit'the Alexandria Hospi tal, and has rejoined his regiment in Egypt. Donald Shire Council.—The March meeting of the Donald Shire Council will be held at the Shire Offices this morning. Donai,o Water Trust.—The March meeting of the Donald Water Trust will be held at the Shire Office this evening. The Dandies ivill five a concert and dance in the Watcliem Hall oil Wednesday, Match 22nd, when-Irish songs will be the feature ' of. tlie eutertaiumeut. A talented violinist and vocalist has been engaged for the occasion. "*& —X: A» •A X * * . ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

SJ.HEPLESSNKs'S Sleeplessness frequently arises from the liver J f the liver is out ot order1, it allects the nerves and if your nerves are affected you cannot sleon Do not resort to nar cotics ; a course of Chamberlain'* Tablets will set your livei ris»ht and you will soon enjoy refreshing sleep -Just because other remedies have failed to relieve you is 110 reason you should give up hope (Jh;unberlains Tablots are relieving n|j. btinate cases every day Sold by Hannah II105 For Chronic Chest Complaints Wood's Great peppermiitf Cure,

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Red Cross Society. THE DONALD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Red Cross Society. THE DONALD BRANCI-I. The secretaries (Mrs C. H. Wil son and Miss Miller) gratefully : ac knowledge the following donations : —Mrs S. G. McPhersou, bottle of coffee essence ; Mrs Morris, tin of. condensed milk, and one scarf j" Miss Miller, jelly crystals ; Misses Oakley, 25 yards flannellette ; Mrs W. Coates, milk covers ; Mrs Har ris, two pillows ; Mrs McDonald, bootlaces ; Mrs P. Bourke, mittens i and literature ; Miss Bolger, two pairs cuffs and scarf ; Mrs A. P. Schafer, literature ; and Mrs Cbas Mulligan, magazines. The following is a list: of goods forwarded from this branch to the depot at Federal Government House 'since November 5th 85 cushions, 17 flannel shirts (short sleeves), 95 sheets, 84 pairs pyjama pants, 56 cotton shirts, 466 pairs sox, -38 pairs underpants, . 59 flannel shirts. 30 cholera belts, 31 Balaclava caps, I 5 pairs slippers, 794 pillow slips, 90 I towels, 5 aprons, 128 pairs flannel I and flannellette pyjamas, 425 ban dages, 17 fracture ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wheat Scheme. ROBBING THE FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

The Wheat Scherae. ROBBING THE FARMERS : At a meeting,' held at Charlton, protesting against the reduction in the price of wheat for-home con sumption, Cr John McEweu said that the Rev C. H. Wood, president of the Chamber of Agriculture, who represented Mr Hagelthorn at the public meeting at Charlton, told theni froniathe public platform that the wheat would be sold at the Lou don parity. That promise had not beeivcarried out and Mi" 'Wood, at the meeting of the board, seconded the resolution approving of the action in reducing the price. Ha could not see how these two actious could agree. Mr Hagelthorn might justify; himself after they were fleeced, but the Government had all .the wheat'now, and he could uot see where the justification vvould come in. ; They would not mind the poor people getting a cheap loaf, but they objected to being' fleeced by the general public. The lumpers struck for wages unheard of in any other -part of the world, and now they wanted a cheap loaf on top of...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Thistle Destruction Case CHERRUP FARMER FINED [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

ThistSe Destruction Case CHERRUP FARMER FINED I At the Wyclieproof .Police Court I last week Mr Charles Bish, of Cher I rup, was charged with having failed J to destroy-' Saffron thistles on his ! property; He pleaded not guilty. ' The Inspector- said that thistles were growing over about 100 acres of defendant's land, and that a few days' labor would have been suffici ent to cut them all. . About a half day's work on. January 25th would have sufficed to clear the lot. Mr Bish-said h™ went over his property within 14 days of notice, and cut all the thistles he could see, and on the roads as well. When he •received the summons, he was great ly surprised, and went to Wyche proof to ask the Inspector whether be had been prosecuted for cutting thistles or for not cutting them. He returned, and in three hours had cut and bagged all the thistles he then could see. The Bench considered the case proved, and imposed a fine of j£2 ' with costs.

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sports and-Pastimes. RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Sports and-Pastimes. RIFL10 SHOOTING The Annual meeting of the North Western Union was held last week at St Arnaud, -when the following clubs were represented :—Captain Cameron (Bealiba), Captain Brooks "rempy), Or Cousins (Murrayville); Captain Leech and . W. J. Wilton (b: Arnaud). • Letters of -apology were read from Donald, Dunolly, Avon Plains, Trayuor's Lagoou. and Weutworth. Captain W. I-I. Gaigett, secretary of the Union since"1911^'havirrg left the district, sent in his resignation, which, was accepted with regret and a heart}' vote of tliawiis was accor ded'him for past services. :The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing term : — President,—Mr J. W. Peuuing tou, M.L.A. Vice-Presidents,—Hon J. Drys dale Brown, M.L.C., Mr Oakley (Donald/, President Kara Kara Shire (Gr E- G. Bath, J.P ), Mayor of St Arnaud, and Mr W. J. Rowe. . Chairman,—Captain A. Cameron (Bealiba), re-elected. Treasurer,—Mr Fred. Steward, | (St Arnaud), re-elected. i Secretary,—VIr W. .1. Wi...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Sunday. AT COPE COPE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Hospital Sunday. 1 ■ L. ; AT COPE COPK. Oil Sunday afternoon' the Donald Brass Band was conveyed to Cope Cope by Mr. A. D.. Muir, and there: rendered a programme of music iu aid of the St. Arnaud Hospital. There.was a good crowd present,' and after Messrs. Kelly (President of the St. Arnaud Hospital com mittee) , G. H.: Osborne, and W. Hearn had-appealed to the people to give liberally to the deserving institution, the chairman, Mr. Wv' R. Pope, announced that the con tributions amounted to .626 1 Is Id,'-, which is-very creditable. We understand the band will visit Swanwater^on'Sunday, next.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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St Patrick's Day. SPORTS AT DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

1 St Patrick's Day. SPO 3.T3 AT' DONALn. St Patrick's Day will be celebrated at Donald on Wednesday, and it is vaticinated that the fes'iyal will hs. largely attended, aud the athletic events well competed for. The cele bration will be conducted at the racecourse, and the first event, the fl.A C.B S. -Handicap, is timed to commence at 1.35 p.m. In addition to the" athletic events, there will be horse racing, and; Scotch arid'Irisa dancing competitions . for juveniles. In the evening a grand national concert will be held in St George's lHall,; when the'following; ladies and gentlemen will contribute to the programme Messrs Eddy, Craike, Brice, Dawson, aud Misses Hardi man, Alma Wilkinson, McLean, Loie Ditchburn, Alva Dugan, Mac Ervaie. A. Davison, Connelly, and Dulcie Wilkinson. Miss Lena Kay. will act as accompanist.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

(jommoiwcaltMili JBanfe - Bustefe UI.MI DJ'I'Jl'K SV1>NKV to?a"i General Banking Business prPnckaj CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON oroiiir i»5u«! io ativ put ot tile world. ..... • . ••• io 0,, commonwealth, p.ii<l on (lied deposits. 3% Savings Bank Department in the < 1- Mn^'notr 2550 Australia. por annum' « ooposit .?,id Papua up to £300 !STi:r.ST.\Ti* ui!*l IN i'KUN AT1< 'N aj, ."avj«^ Uwik FuciiUiv* .Newetffwr,'*J «wii .n-.Mi* ■ * « "■ *"*■» X,yrie Pictures Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday ISTight As the management have 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 . . Womuled Soldiers' . . . Fund. DONATIONS for the above fund mav be handed to MRS M. E. MORGAN", Times Office, Woods Street, Donald. Donations will be i acknowled...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Istt COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Mcdicine to Very Young Children and, in many cases the hesitation is quite justifiable; but the Public need not have any fear about CURE , This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is a REGIS 1ERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ouncc of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fad; that CURE is equally beneficial <|§|t? to young CKILDEFj; ||g? 1 ffl 1— H ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS and COLDS ■fir w /Si, TYLERS' THE 131G ARCADE DRAPERS, TAILORS & CLOTHIERS, Bridge Street, Ballarat ARIi how showing all (he latest ideas in SUMMER CLOTH ING for tnaii or woman, boy or Riil. Everything yon can wish for in holiday clothing will come to yon mail free—Send a post card and ask for Tyler's summer catalogue. Our Prices Fit Your — Pocket,. — NOTICE CORRESPONDENTS are ra spectfirlly- notified that all li terary communications intended for pub...

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Sights Worth Seeing [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Sights Worth Seeing Two things that impress people travelling' through tize Wiiuiuera and the Mallee are the immense quantities of wheat ,stacked in the station yards, or being carried ois• trains, and the unusual number of stacks of hav. Every farmer ap pears to have profited by his experi ence during the Jast two years, and co have determined to save sufficient hay to last for it least two seasons. It is the -exception to see only one haystack, and. indeed, three and more stacks are common. The great whaat stacks, from 20 to 30 bags high, in the railway yards, are a sight worth seeing, aud - day by day they are growing, though carting is nosv drawing to a close.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

LLiiliDING PILliS CUB15D HV • RJiXONA, XUJ-: RAPID HEAL UK ■■■ ■... ■■ ■ "•My uusnanrt suffered~ greatly with bleeding piles for ton years," writes Mrs Louisa, Koid, 7 Jones-street, Pynnont "He was -so bad that be could hardly move, and sometimes he was unable to rest on 'account; of tlie pain, and it was most pitiful to see him. He tried many .'different oint ments and lotions, but received no benefit 'whatever I had read the wonderful eiiresi •tliat Luoxona Ointment had done, so I got him a tin and tlie 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 not had the slightest return of his complaint since, and we can honestly recommend it to anyone suffering \vi*li the same com plaint as ho had." Iiexona is sold in triangular tins at la 6d and rfs Obtainable Everywhere OCEAN GROVE HOUSE Thk Ocican Grovk Housk, near Oueeuscliff, contains 70 large rooms —all on the ground lloor, in two acres, overlo...

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As Others See Us WIMMERA WHEAT HARVEST [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

- As Others See Us WIMMERA WHEAT HARVEST A vivid idea of' the magnitude of •the. wheat harvest in the Wimmera and the wav in . which it dominates life in' that district is .given by a visitor'from there - (says the Ballarat Courier), who states that tinker, tailor; -and* all the'rest of the old string of occupations have goue wheat lumping. He was unable to get a hair-cut because the barber had goue to help handle the wheat. No farmer there seems to have less than 3,000 bags of wheat, aud oue of the last he saw before he left the Witnmera was a farmer who had just finished: bringing in 9,000 bags •of .*• wJieat, ••.with uiue-horse teams, and was off to the .war.

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A Globe Trotter Arrives. MR MAURICE VANCAM. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

A Globe Trotter Arrives. j MR MAURICE VANCAM. i Mr Maurice Vancam, of Vancou I ver, Canada,- who has undertaken. | for a wager of ^7000'to walk round the world; a distance of 43,000 miles, in .seven.years, arrived in Donald on Frfday,. afternoon. .: He has been out siuce August 20th, '1911, and siuce then has covered 28,537 miles. He',informs us. that he averages five miles an hour. He walked, from Dunolly to St.- Arnaud, the time occupied being about seven hours, and from St Arnaud to Ditchburn's Hotel; Donald, ih'five hours.' As evidence that he is fulfilling the terms of bis.wager, 'AirVanca'm.gets. the Postmaster of each place be visits to date a stamp book, and where ever it is practicable he obtains the seal of the municipality as well as the signatures of business people. Oil liis journey he must not accept any voluntary contributions. He 'maintains himself by disposing of autograph postcards, and by lectur ing;; He lias, to return home wit h ,£2000 to his credit. He has alre...

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Newslets [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Newslets Mr J. 13. S. Mitchell left Donald for Mildura on Saturday to join the Telegraph staff. He will be suc ceeded at the Times Office by Mr J. Mitchell, of the Maryborough Ad vertiser. Some time ago the Mildura Shire Council discussed the advisability of putting in weighbridges at Mildura, jrymple, and Merbein. It mriy be of interest to councillors to know that the Donald Shire Council is talking of taking out two or three ten ton weighbridges with a view of putting in larger ones to accommodate the heavy loads of wheat which are hauled in to the railway stations now-a-days. Possibly a satisfactory bargain could be made with tlj.d D ) nald Shire for these bridges, provi ded they are in good prder.—Mildu? ra TEifEGKApii,

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Neptune's Daughter THE MODERN VENUS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

• Neptune's Daughter THE MODERN VENUS On Mouday 'evening next "Nsp time's Daughter" will .'be. screened at St George's HaU by the Lyric Pictures. The New York press says "Neptune's Daughter" is the jmost marvellous . photo-play ever filmed, and that Miss "Annette Kel lermau proves her right to .be styled the Modern Venus, as she disports herself as a mermaid and her histri . oinc abilities as a mortal. In many respects the; Australian girl is inoie perfect than either Venus de Milo or Diana, the goddess pf the chase. "Neptuue s Daughter" cost a power of money to produce, and it had a run of .300 • nights at the Globe theatre, "New York.

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Epistles to the Editor GLOBE TROTTING FANATICS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

I Epistles to the Editor GIvOBli TROTTING FANATICS " To the Editor. Sir,—On various occasions I have come across strong able-bodied men walking .".round i!)l- world for wag ers which oit;n runs into some thou sands of pounds. TL<e stipulation is mostly that they must complete the rediculous feat of endurance in a given time, start with absolutely nothing iu their .pockets, and live on the little moss, which now and 'again follows a rolling stone, gath ered on tli£ road. Some years a^o I met one of this species, who called himself captain, and pranced about with a. D ^.O. dangling to his name. He was to walk across the Ninety Desert of South Australia for a wa ger, and was alleged to have did so in remarkably quick time. The guard oil the Melbourne express, however, proved that thisjrnposter boarded the train at Keith, and de trained at Cooke's Plains, and from there walked to Tailem Bend to claim the reward ! Six months la ter he was in Millthorpe (N.S.W.) i gaol for poul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

DON'T KISK PNEUMONIA It is absurd to allow a cough to liaug on and sap your vitality whun Chamber lain's Cough Remedy will - relieve you You don't know where n persistent cough will land you Xou can't afford to allow your throat and lungs to become diseased when it is such a simple thins to step into a chemist's shop aud get- a bottle ot" Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Sold by Hannah Bros A National Danger. —Hon. J. Drysdale Brown, M.L.C. lias written to the St Arnaud Borough Council, approving of its protest over the r.-aste of public money at the opening of the Qrbost railway. He concluded--'-'Waste of money at this .time is a national danger, and extravagance is a crime."

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Nurse Edith Cavell, A SAD PICTURE COMING [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Nurse Edith Cavell, A SAD PICTURE COMING As announced in our last issue,: "The Maityrdotu of Nurse Cavell" will be shown at St George's Hall, Donald, by, the Ivyric Picture Com pany on Saturday, March 25th. It is a Belgian war^rirama, taken fiom real lite and bjsed on historical iacts, and is a tribute to tbe^ Iinglisli Joan of Arc; This pathetic picture carries aninterest, peculiarly^ its ; own. ■ ^ e know the sacrifice this gallant woman made to assist the Allies. Nurse Cavell's last words Were :—"Tell my friends I give my life willingly for .my country. I have no fear of shrinking. X have seen death so often, it is not fearful or strange to me." The character is portrayed by Miss Veia Pearce. The Rev. G. C. Percival thus refers to the picture :—"From every point of view it is calculated to make a profound impression. The entire presentation is well conceived, and the sacred features are treated with befitting reverence. The effect on all sections of the community sh uld be distin...

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