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The Markets GRAY & SONS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

The Markets GRAY & SONS REPORT.; : A very good yarding of sheep was to hand on Saturday last and all sold except two lots. Crossbred ewes made to £2, weanersto 31s 5d and merino wethers to 32s. Sales were-made as follows:—a/c Thos Molony 50 lambs ; a/c Fred Perry.50 crossbred ewes ; a/c W. G. McDonald 228 extra good crossbred ewes ; 95 crossbred lambs; a/c Jas Boom 229 mixed sheep ; a/c J. Harty 110 merino wethers; a/c A. Lang 200 good crossbred: ewes: also a/c C. Dunn (3 bullocks ;.a/c A. Madder 1 cow ; a/c P; liogan 15 bullocks and 1 cow. Private Sales have been very big i and; include a/c, E. Beimetto 52 I merino wethers ; a/c W..G. Mac Donald 323 crossbred weaners ; a/c C.has Griffiths 250 crossbred ewes in lamb ; a/c E. A. Perry: 603 cross bred ewes in lambs ; a/c P. Haity ■•05 crossbred ewes in lamb ; a/c E. A. Perry 48 weauers ; a/c John Richmond 600 crossbred ewes, 5yrs, in lamb, 362 crossbred ewes aud wethers, 1 year, 300 crossbred aud comeback ewes, heavy iu lamb; ...

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

Stock & Station Agents, L^d, Finance & Commission Agents, Age"B'lt^Offi^Oa^e«onlITt,ng, ssfessf-sss: Clearing,S,^conducted in •bflsssbsanbss ., Murker j, ./r»,M141«; Money o Unlimited-:ftUibyniB of iiq* "ione* Ltu»o. ag as-vs sr°^- , Cn .|»|.«,Austin -and ^o-i Oew.ys, -'"V'' ,rocv lwnd station ,.r„l m-juu bro'-.eis,.ara-«.•* ■fnsuranco Oc. o ^e.v /ie.» t Tha Viowr.ua 1'jre ^ oi Tho Nfttionnl Pirn '"'ul1'1 " •:Sflv/.;!49rtla«<l. , ,. ,1U U'liding Busmes« .!!.;<••■ >!•-'.. I. • ■ , Waluf arms of ftocMcrii-Mai" »'•" md Soutli Aiiswr.V-!.. - g#- a.-iius v/i!i b" heM<" DONALD 'do"d stock sale. Saturday, March 13th ■% r. o u n '& a -it o s. »««?• : JL •••. instructions frot.n.tow««>'*' v- ; • i •til* 80(1^9' . . rj n l* ■vc Hmrnes. R«veiv-'Ct m-> <■ Watchero Stock. Sals, March 18 "T7GUNG BROS, will offer, u.ulcv iu JL ' stvuctions from owners, at I.jO 10 heifers, 2 cows, J Steer, 200 merino ewes, in laiI1k t0 Ivi...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pyramids AND THE RIVER NILE [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

The Pyramids AND THE RIVER NILE A correspondent has forwarded the folioiviosr quotation from ''The Brfcatli , of the Desert," by Clayton East, which had been forwarded from Egypt by one of our soldiers : TI-IE TOMB OF CHEOPS "We walked up,to the Pyramids. To my intense disappointment,, I felt, when I looked at them; t'liat I had seen'them all my life ; only,'by degrees, as I stood at the foot of the Tomb of Cheops, and .gazed up from the base to the summit, and down again from the summit to the base,' the immensity of it began to appal me. It was all power, all strength, all permanence, aud I, gazing up at it, felt myself dwind ling, shrivelling, until I was. no ( more than a speck, a mere grain of i the deserc sand. Yet the endless ness of its rugged surface, rising in tier upon tier ot great, uneven steps, the last one losing itself in the blue . of the sky, was it not a sign unto i men of the vastness of men's power ? The stoneswere standing yet, were not the thoughts—and brains ...

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

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean 4 Co. Coachbuilders). New and Up-to.date Premises now open. Spacious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Batbs. 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- I scribsrs, -we again publish the full list on | their behalf. _u_ Subscribers and the public generally wcmU do well to cut the list out and keep same for reference. 4-1 J. L. Bales, Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset & Son, Commission Agents ; aud Private Residence. 59 C. R. Basset & Son*, Woods Street. 6S A. S. Blundv, Builder, Woods Street *, and Private Residence, W oods be. 49 J.H.Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bourke, Bauyena Rd. 36 P. Bourke, Farmer. !!3 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson, Jewellers. • 56 W. C...

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

GiUlM l.USIUSIiS i ■\Vhcii you liavo a bad cold, culture beds that favor the Development of g«nus £01111 in tlio tbroaL That is wliy a child is more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when lie lias a cold Pneu monia is also a germ diseasB and is con tracted 'ii a similar maunor The longer the cold hangs ou the greater the danger . Cliamherlain's Cough Remedy being au expectorant cleans out these culture beds, and m that way prevents pneumonia and » other germ diseases Sold by Hannah I Bros. t- For Chronic Chest Complaint Wood's Great Peppermint Cure IW, A. Morgan ! Auctioneer* ! STOCK AND STATION AGliNT, LAND ND. PilOPEIiXY VALUlili. Sole Agent for Dodge Bros' cars. The best car in the market at the ■ ' : price.'i::v Sales conducted in any part of the I'State. '■ • ■ 'V.'■ (-■ Rudduck's Veterinary .-Medicines always on hand. ■: ' From £5 to ;£50,0G0 toloan on. broad acres. . ■ ■■ District Agent for Patriotic Assurance Co.," eslablisiioil almost 100 vears. Funds .£3,500,0...

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

When you 11111 out of your pres ent stock of letterpapers, envelopes, memoforms, billheads, or any other office stationery, do not fail getting a quotation from the Tnn-:s office, Donald. If the execution of your requirements in the printing line are entrusted to that old-established of fice, the work will be executed with the greatest care and promptitude, aud at reasonable charges. i-j^iSprttE ? Su"',:"."fstv s1""'""" ,l,~~» —. ^S&rrisft •wcarnu'orjnf,'f,Vo ~ i c~*-cP"onaJ the end by always a,king !of\Voodiowl? VOK <-i UAL J TV. W'OiiLD-? ,'vMKD HATS. "W.'*-!*,,, i00sali) austB. KEROSENE 0118 enqinJ ""apy They are specfallv designed by the actual Mak/ ^ ^ ^ J,3't rahan Requirements. Tliey are so simple solid* ,Austra!« to ^ fittings to Sa£E'X\,rS "',«»»? 3 ^thf}%0b»RitntSspl5|f maters of engines Smith !?f ft*'"] KpeaaI Suur™iea, Kj N J —•" •«• ™«w™s s&asiss."" "*»%a Ronaldson Bro«. & Tinneiil H. A~SO MANOFACrURU ' r*"ll| gasr -resw,ck w" wuj Geel...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

LIST OF TELEPHONE STATIONS AND FEES. Litchfield. Massey Watclieni Morton Plains Bircliip Curyo Woouiel.-ufg Lascelles Kiuiiabuila. . Ouyeu St. Aruaud Add 3 mill, s. d. 0 2 0 2 0 3 -03 v 0 5 ' 0 6 0 9 1 6 0 4 1 3 0 0 Fee for first 3 mill. s.d. 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 8 , 10 I 3 0 8 V 1 10 0 4

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

Death.   DICKESON.—On the 9th March, at Hamilton, Bridget, wife of John Dickeson, jun., of Stavely,and daughter of the late James and   Cathrine Egan, of Byaduk.—R.I.P.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Corack Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 14 March 1916

Coraek Telephone. ?.• Mr. A. Loutitt, • of- Corack,'has' receiver! au intimation. from Mr. Bradshaw, postal inspector ai Ben digo, :statiifg his willingness to in spect the two routes, proposed for- a' telephone'connectioh-between -~\Vy' cheproof and Corack East. Mr. ;Brii,dshaw.lfav6rs' a" 'date on or about March 22nd, but will make his visit' at a.time suitable to lScal residents.• ^fhe Cor'ack people are euthusiastic, and as there is sorns prospect of the matter bainu; thoroughly investi gated the -Wyclieproof tradespeople and others are requested to. attend a public meeting at the shire hall next Monday evening, at 8.30 p,m., to discuss the matter. As the matter is of vital importance a large atten dance is desired.

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

DONALD HOTEL f DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kcsn * Co. CoathbnildetS). Sew i;:d Up-t<vcatc Premises now ■ aoeo. Spsdous Dining-rooBK Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Billiards, Table Accommodation, • Attendance, Liquors, all of the Best Tariff Moderate. Good Stabling, Loess Boxes. Careful Groom. \V, DtTCHBURN, Proprietor. List of Subscribers. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, DONALD At tie request o? several ct our sub- I scribers, we again publish tbe full Usi on their behalf. v . • Sul'siiribers and the pjolic generally wenid do well to cub the list ocusud keep stcc Jor reference. _ ^ J.L. Kales, Baifr, Wooa Street. 13 Basset ± Son, Commission Agents: and Private Residence. ;9 C. It. Basset & Soop, Woods Street. 55 4 S. Biundy, Bsilder, Woods Stm*; sad Private Residence, Woods St. -3 J.H. Balden, Implement Miker, Woods St •, and Private Residence. Z5 C. Bourke, Banycaa Ed. ■ 3d P. Bourke, Farmer. 23 Dr. J. Calb a an. 9 Oheliew and Wilson, ]ewe«6is. 56...

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The Donald Tiems With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS AND LANDS BOROUGH TIMES Friday, March 17, 1916 FOR BRITAIN ALL THE TIME [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

The Doqalii Tirqe? With which is incorporated th. Donai.d Exprhss nnd Lands borough Times. Friday, March 17, 1916 j-'oR BRITAIN ALL THE TIME In the far too meagre reports flashed through the cables of our Prime Minister's speeches in Lon don are not only revealed the force, energy, and power of invective that so 1-mg has relieved the burden of his political campaigns, but ahly echoes and expresses the true senti ment of every loyal Australian. All who have read those stirring utter ances will note that not even the overpowering associations of West minister Hall have weakened Mr Hughes's individual qualities. He has been able to show the psople of the Mother Country some of the strength of purpose and the oratori cal vigor which in appropriate cir cumstances have convinced many who could not' always see eye to eye with him. Right' as far as is an nounced Australian's representa tive voices, " For Britain all the Time," being uncompromisingly anti-German, and claiming for the Empire,...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

MILK IN; POWDER FORM 7. i 23" these hard .-times* 'every Uousewif# ■ ran;: economise. I find. Tnii'ood powdered Milk a bbssiug in pur house itte& raai money saver. Thus wrote a grateful lady, and her experience has been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have beeti usiut; Powdered !\Iilk tor n considerable period. The sys tem by which'pure cow's railk is converted into uowder form may well be considered oil; pi the marvellous inventions of mod em Mates. The patent rights wer secured by a Victorian .Company, and thebuild 'iags and plant were erected at G leiioruiis ton (iu the centre of the far-faned AYVstern ..District) ;i.t a cost of aboiit ^"50,00(i. JJsrpry 'precaution is.tsken to obtain pure iresis ■ruilk, ami the .supply is drawa:'feom a radius of about four utiles only. The dairymen deliver milk eat'h morniiig aud evening, and thest. within. two or three hours the milk is converted into powder. It is packed iu tins ready for market; in this form, the mi...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Local and General News The Shire President.—Cr. 1. W. Cantwell, J.P., who has been an . inmate of a private hospital in Melbourne for some weeks, returned to Donald on Tuesday evening. .*** :• *** ' ***• Masskv Weighbridge.— \t : lie Shire Council ou Tuesday the In spector of Nuisances (Mr.William Cameron) reported :.tbat the Massey weighbridge had been retested, aud is now in good working order. Personal.—Cr W. McNab, of Corack East, chairman of the Shire of Donald Waterworks Trust, who has been indisposed, was able to at tend the meeting of the Donald Shire Council on Tuesday. Fatality At Charlton.—Mr Arthur Phillips, solicitor, of Charl .ton, was run over and killed instan taneously rat the. Charlton railway station on Saturday afternoan dur ing shunting operations. Mr Phil lips was standing clear of the line when the engine passed him, and it is not known how he got caught by the trucks. li:** %'■% . Accident At Mogg's Plains— Messrs G. H. Osborne and M, P. Kelly had a narrow es...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

JJSTO "STANTO i:\tiumi\atou. r:^HiS pr-r3.r:it,ion is'a sare specific for i X '-'-i o: whste an*", anil at the I tiaw preserves the timber from dry r yi. fuiii'tii, etc, nncl is highly recoinmen Supplied £o Victorian,'New South Wales, and Cotniaonweaith Government. Sdd cases or t-vo -t-gal tins and 1-gal tius. -is-6d per gallon. . . PEKDO PERDO T::e Rabbit Destructor of tha Age. PKliDO is tiio latest production' for the dcstniu-tioa of rabbits and other ver ziis, bein^- ••"cwatiScally prepared by the J sia-. modern uj5u:h5n«ry. "Only the'best J iCiTctlwats -re tised in tha manufacture of | zhis article. This poison is so made that :• sisis readily with, water, and is varied •:i r'uuor, making it the most attractive :v.it. in tha process of manufacture this uris.c. receives a thorough mixing, which insues :iu evenness in strength through v.-.t, and 03n be bandied without danger r.i human health. Packed 24 two 2b tins iasc-ase—price ISs 6d. Order at onca, W. Willey. Donald, LOCAL AGEN...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dooboobetic News. —THE HARVEST— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Dooboobstic News. — THE HARVEST — The long harvest is drawing to a close. Most of the wheat is now in the hands of the agents. .Play cart ing is the chief work in progress at present, and will be for a week or two yet, large areas still bdng in the stooks. The wheat crops in most cases yielded much better than appearances indicated, though a fair percentage of the 1914 fallow crops were poor, this being due to dry fallowing. The average for the district could be safely put down at 8 bags per acre. Federation stands easily at the top as the best | yielder, though bag for bag it is not as heavy as other varieties. The weather For such a long period has been exceptionally good ; and there has been vety little, lost time owing to climatic conditions. We have also been very fortunate with regard to fires. With the exception of the one at Mount. Jeffcott some weeks ago, we have been exempt from the fire fiend. -V

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Names of the Lads, who are asso ciate.! with the Donald aad adjacent i districts, who have helped to defend j the British Empire from the Iiuns. : Aiier. R. ■ Allen, A; • Alien, j?.; ;; v:! Abbott. W. Aitkin, S. ; Adiani, W. Barrie. T. C. Barber/H: If. B.-.rry, J. Birch. J.. Berrv, :vU:ic Blair. G. Barn.es,' \V. Bliss, Theo Bliss, B. Bruce, Roy ; Barry, Dan Box, A. Bennett, P. Beckham, H\ Baird, H. Booley, Jim O Irwin, Harry Toiies, G. Kerr, EE. Kcioed, h> Lc-e.: A. Lkkiie, >:. Loft, W Lamplough, • Lambert, F. Lock,E. Locke, Albert Leech, Robert Lees, Geo Larkin, ilim Letcher, B ■ Lewis, N McDonald, A. McDonald, G May man, Tom Mclirvale, I. McDowa'l!, R. Mills, G A. Belleville, J. McDonald, D. Belleville, Vin McDonald, H Barber, A. W. Muir. Leslie Basset, M. Muir, N. Bennett, A. : Muir, Arthur. Bailes, Alt . McPherson, Byrae, C. " • McLung, J • Burge, \V. MeConachy, L Bray, J. J. Moore, A- W. Bairrl, B. F. Morrison, C. Brockenshira, A. Mclntyre, K Baddock, Don McLachlan, D. Be...

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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—ESCAPES FROM FIRE— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

— ESCAPES FROM FIRE — There were two instances of narrow escapes from fire during the progress of a thunderstorm some weeks back. A. small clump of bull-oatc trees standing in the middle of a high ciop, with grass all round the butts, had one of their number struck by lightning, a furrow being scarred right down the tree to. the ground. In the other instance, about a mile from the same spot, a stook of hay was burned up, the fire spreading 110 further. By a miracle the wind was blowiug straight for the mount,1 and a fire occurred on the south side about three miles distant., Had the wind been in any other direction the conflagration would have bee.-i the biggest iu the. history of thi. district, and the most disastrous As it was, 300 hags of wheat were destroyed and a few hundred acres of grass. Ahout 300 men did yoe mau service and kept the fire cou fined to the mount.

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GRAND NATIONAL CO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

GRAND NATIONAL,C(M I. In the evening a gr^na i concert \*as he:d in Si C< Hall. There was a goods® and taking tlie ti.iv as s T. Roger O'Bria::, as'ts should reel very gr.ttided '<■'■ suits. The overtures vrsre: by Misses-Aggie DavisosaJ Wilteinsoa. 5lr Kddy applauded for his vocal s|l and the recitations of McErvale, of Watcheai, appreciated. Misses Harcfc|| McLean, of Bircbip, weBifij received. Messrs Betas P:if Brice, and Craike, and M ^ Wilkiusou, Loie Ditccb nelly, Isa Muir, and also contributed excels Miss Lens Kay presii-,; , piauo. Miss Merritc ssi H: Ditchbitrn assisted with ^-* pauimeuts.

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The Recruiting Campaigin DONALD OBTAINS QUOTA. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

The Recruiting Campaigin DONALD OBTAINS QUOTA. Though at the commencement of the campaign the prospects tor raid ing the quota and reinforcements i;: the Donald shire were none toa bright,time has proven that ther • were no grounds for pessimism. \V.: were optimistic,.>for we, with many others, were in the position, to kno v that as scion as the harvest had b:e.., garnered the recruits would core.: forward'at a good rate. Corporal Gillies has done admirable work, and up to Tuesday 5? recruits ha.l been obtaiued-at Donald..

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St Patrick's Sports, AN ENJOYABLE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

St Patrick's Sports, AN ENJOYABLE FESTm,^, .The local Roman Cp.'.Ikv^ brated St. Patrick's Dayon^j nesday in '.'delightful ' 1 large crowd' assembled oii' ^ Donald racecourse, whirs js events, athletics, and dancing a*"5 indulged in. The majority^ Irishmen were 'in attttidauci, ; did honor to tlie memory 0f patron saint of Erin, fbe was orderly, and it is p note that neither Senior Maloney or Constable Bowde occasion to reprove any person unseemly behavious. Tha ft dent (Rev. Father James and Rev. l"at;:er Condon down from Watches:, a«<j' coursed with many ot parishioners. Mr K. T as secretary, had all at; working smoothly, and fa serving oi a meed of praise fc: efforts. The representative oi journal would like to the many courtesies shown bv Crennan and officials generally, Mr W. Cameron acted as si; for the athletic events, and ir horse events Mr \V. Mult SlkJ position to the satisfaction oi concerned. I\Ir Mick Wi: carried out the duties of ' course, and Cr. I>L Bir...

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