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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

SLEEPLESSXEgS .. Sloopiessuoss frequently arises from tho liver If the liver is out of; order it affects the nerves ainl.if yon v< nerves arc aiieoted you cannot sleo" Do not resort to nar cotics ; a course of Chamberlain's Tablets, will set your livot right and you will sooti i enjoy refreshing sleep Just because other remedies Ivave failed to relieve you is no reason yiju should «ive up hope "CUiuuboi'laiua Tablets are relieving ob stinate cases every day Solcl by Hannah Bros. For Chronic Chest Couiplaiuts Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Mr J. I^oiig, ofiDouald, is deserv ing of thanks for the uurnber of ti ckets lie disposed of for the Becb ham Art Union. During the controversy between "Vigilant',' (Mr J. Wardley) aud Messrs'Golding & La^nee, the former lodged ,£5 with us in support of his ;irguuicuLs..-:.v.'Mr. -AVardley has now ' d iiectud us to, liiiud .£LM.o lli.e .Sick dud \V>juuded Sdidieta' Fnnd,

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

re »ery lisfclc t<"> i 1 hey ii£<c i'.) 4/ft ir. *!i vtesthcrs School Children $ti 11 »«■■'« i 0ften i-lf.vin|s' u> ?;! iv jificwl ith we; left. Apart iWk' ffeif. art always 'ate r«> /.nc v.itk tiic rifk troir. inifctifp.—especially wken epiflcir.ics ot H'h.iopjnj; Meaflt!. Diprnheris. Influenza. ctt., are. .ibout. Moihtrf f't Scac.of Bf>>f £n«i Girif lic>v«\rrr trait be always tRlih c! ANXicTT if tiiey iure i luMtit <»I Bronchitis ^SsS in the if ««« w<t «{ thif Mtfliciae. at the. Urn iiuhcatio* ot' » 'Void' will it once aae. at the nipiftthe KihF what Blight «tEtemise pwitto te a serious ~p, " .>■$?■■ illnffs. Cork the fcottie up—the. rest writ fc«p. For Coughs s, Croup. he Chest /£$g» Of the Furniture that comprises our stock, the prices come as a pleasant surprise. Your notion of cost will be found to be woe fully extravagant if you have based your estimate on the prices charged elsewhere. We're always pleased to se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Coirmuveait!?^^ JBank«Itetalia ISKAli "ihTJCK SYDNEY '.i ;.'»r13i Gsasral Banking Business principai J CJTi£S cincj TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON ? ' to, und drafts drawn on foreign direrr. Fcrtiga tiljj • '£ . a>.•• i >:■>■ Lvitcr* of credit issued to anj part of the world. >£, 4 %'> I'ver.v denoription transacted within the Ccramoa^reuth, :7 Kr.,':,. 'tip! al>r?ad. Current accounts opeued. Interest paid on Sled depctitfi. e -\iit/.r;-; approve*} *ecunties. I Saving's Sank Department ^ the chief centres and AGENCIES at over ;• ... Post Offices Interest at *%o/ t •£<'«. 25SO'« Australia per annum 0/0 a 1 and Papua up to £300 g J.W.'.'.sTATK and ISTKUNATIOX.U. Savings Bank Facilirla £ »*y.. • j«nt. :m: nBNifi.-»x Lyric Pictures Under local direction. St. George's Hall. Every Saturday "^eht-, As. the management have made arrangements for fil;ns with the; leading metropolitan exchanges and are in possession of a first class' Pathe Biograph outfit, they wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

BLEEDING' PILES Cin~: - R.EXONA, THE K Al'U1 -~ "luy uusnaud suucre - bloedinj; piles for tea .7 Louisa Roid, 7 Jouss-itro--. -h was so bad that he , ' and sometimes be was , account of the pain, sbm to see him He tried aiwy^:; ■' ■ monts and lotions, but • I whatever I had a_i' "e * I that Kexoua Ointuiw got him a tin and ths I gave him great rcUet. Ik-1 ' the ointment, and i- <*1 - he-was'completely ui Uad the slightest rati - since, tmd w© can honc^'^ ;v* to aiiyouo suft'ennjv « f plaint ;ts ht; Kexou-a is sold in t v „ Slides ObrainaWe Iac-V11 Commissioner Sliau 1 * CatyQ and Watchem <M ^ « Mr Geo. Beckett's. °rl y iVIethodist district ciuri"" jh have prov^i f*ill "f l>mie ,F' evai^oiisE himself In" fjC hearts, af all who Im*1' K mcotiuijs, .-which '' r -VeuJllij, rX'.Vpl U,u( I" £

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Conscription NOT NEEDED YET [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Conscription NOT NEEDED YET At the DjinicI Shire zGounoi! on Tuesday, the following letter, which speaks for itself,, was received iroui Messrs J. W. Billson,- Donald Mac kinuon, aui'■ Frank G. Clarke, "M's.P. :—- " "You have no doubt observed ir. the public press that there is a movement in various parts. of this State to- bring id conscription in some form I^ocal recruiting com mittees.and sergeants report to us that this talk' of conscription is det rimental to recruiting, in the first place because it gives those whu are \ looking tor-some excuse an oppor i. tunitv "f saying they are waitiug for conscription, aud, secondly, be cause it tends to make some mem bers of local committees relax their efforts. Those of us who are en gaged in this campaign know noth ing of conscription. We have been asked, and we have undertaken, to carry the work through on the present basis' which is voluntary, It is clearly our duty to do our best to make this campaign a success, however much our per...

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The Corack Channel DEPUTATION TO MR SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

i The Corack Channel ! I DEPUTATION TO MR SHAW. On Tuesday afternoon a large number "of Corack far naers awaited on Commissioner Shaw, of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commis sion, in regard to the excessively iigh rating of'property along the .Co.rack -channel. Qn themotion of Messrs *Reilly and Letc'der, C: John Meli-ven was voted to the chair, and introduced the deputation. Mr Letcher said the matter under discussion related .to the rating of property along the Corack channel. ■We feel that we are asked .to pay too much towards this water scheme, considering the little benefit the Co rack farmers were to receive from it. The channel was more a cause of annoyance than benefit. The principle trouble was that the rates had been considerably raised, and in some cases almost doubled. Th= northern people no doubt need the water, but we object, as we do not gain any benefit, and feel that we are asked to pay more than our due shire. - Instead of being a national work it has bseti ma...

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The Empire's Defence IS CONSCRIPTION NEEDED? [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

The Empire's Defence IS CONSCRIPTION NEEDED ? At th° meeting of the Donald Shire Council on Tuesday, the fol lowing resolution, passed by the Shire of Warragul, was submitted ; for consideration :— "That, this ; council feels that the tinic has ar rived when the Federal Government should adopt conscription-for Mili tary service as a means of fairly di viding the responsibility of defend ing our Empire and Homeland." • Cr S. J. Wortley moved that the letter b2 held over until next meet ing. He thought the present sys tem had not.yet been given a fair trial. He was glad to learn that the Donald sliire had furnished its quo ta and the first month's reinforce ments. Cr H. Greeu seconded the mo tion, which was carried.

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Morton Plains A MEMBER HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Morton Plains A MEMBER HONORED.: ~ ■ Miss Maycie CounellaT), a much esteemed resident and popular member of the Morton Plains Tennis Club, who was to be marriedShortlj' was tendered a social angj present ation on Wednesday evening, March 1st, by her fellow-members of the Morton Plains Tennis Club. .. Alter light refreshments had been partaken of, the chairman (Mr M. Naughton), acting on behalf of the members, presented Miss Connellan with a very pretty set, comprising brushes, comb and mirror. In making the presentation,.Mr Naughton spoke in kindly aud com plimentary terms of the guest. The club ,vas losing a valued member, who was asked to value the gift" only as a reminder that her: good qualities were recognised and admir ci by her fellow-members* who wished her a happy and prosperous married life. V Mr-Naughtori wa's^ably supported in his remarks by other members prcseut.. . ... | Mr F. Connellan,'bi'other of the. recipient, suitably responded) assur ing the donors that no such ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

BOARD OF HEALTH. Dr. Charles E. Fleming, St. Arnaud, reported that Dorothy Tieraey, Myrtle Spicer, s. Whit, ney, ana Eliea Situs were suffering froihi typhoid, or scarlatina.. .. Dr. Calhoun, m his report, sug gested that Miss Sims had pro bably contracted the disease from the drain at the rear of post office and court house. Dr. W. M. Lewis reported that he had a notificatiou of a case of typhoid fever originating on the premises of the Donald post office. After removal of tin: patieut to the hospital, the drains were -liisiu fvitted, a'-Ki ill tiectsaary uiev.\uv tiotts have been taken to prevent i:s j spread. The health of. the- district, is good. Dr. Lewis also' reported that he had received further notification' of. three cases of typhoid fever in Donald. He visited the premises, bui- could find nothing of au in sanitary nature. He would con tinue • to 'visit in order to ascertain j if it is necessary to remove the I uat'entfe to ah infectious' hospital.

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Donald Shire Council. THE MARCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Donald Shire Council, THE MARCH MEETING-. The March meeting of the Donald Shire Council' tvas ;;e!d on Tuesday,' when the following gentle men were in attendanceCrs. W. McNab, S J. Wortlev, J. I/. Pearse, John McEwen, I-I. Green. On the motion of Crs. Wortley and Green, Cji-Pearse was elected chairman. The,minutes- were adopted on the motion of Crs. McNab and McEwen. Gr'. Wortley apologised for the absence of Cr. Sproat, and Cr. i Pearse apologised for the absence of i Cr Basset. CORRESPONDENCE. The S'ate War Council, stating that at present there were no re turned soldiers suitable for farming on the lists.—Mr -McCraclren said one gentleman had asked him to ascertain if any soldiers were avail- i able for farm work. The Departmentof Public Works, referring to the petition prayiug for severance of certain area from the Shire of ■ Duriiauukle' and its annexation to the Shire of Donald. The Minister for Public Works de sired to know if the Donald Shire Council had any objection to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

1 OCEAN GROVE HOUSE The Ocean Grovk Housb, near Queenscliff, contains 70 large rooms —all on tbe ground floor, in two acres, overlooking the bay. Fami lies or parties of friends can engage suites of rooms. Meals optional. Ideal spot for cbildreu. Croquet, tennis, go If, billiards, ana fishing. Terms are strictly moderate. Tele- j phone or write for particulars to H. Chisholm. -Advt. Mr Thomas Young, dfDooboabe tic; has enlisted at St Arnaud. Mr George Bennett, eldest sou of Mr and Mrs Alfred Bennett, of Don ald, has enlisted. He is a member of the Donald Brass Band. > The eradication of the Bathurst burr is now being carried out in the sljire of Doijald. Three children of Mr Shersvell, of Donald, have contracted typhoid fe ver, and have been removed 1o (he' St Arnaud Hospital. Private Gey I,eea, iccompauied by Misi Us-!, left Doajcld. for Mfcl Pi»urns w Wednesday

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Donald Water Trust. MARCH MEETING LAPSES. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

Donald Water Trust. MARCH MEETING I/APSKS. On Tuesday-evening the Donald Waterworks Tiust was to have held its monthly me .-ting, but had to lapse, owiua; to the aosence of three members, which prevented the securing o( a quorum.^ 'Com missioners W li. Gray and J. Hannah were absent on business, and Commissioner -John Patterson, through illness, was unable to at j tend. Commissioners W. K. Thomson, J. Calhuun, M D., ancl S. G. vl'Pherson attended The business will be dealt with at the -April meeting. Mr H. S. Ruddock, veterinary surgeon, will visit . Donald next Wednesday. Mrs Ifelly, of Laen, had a nar row esca'pe froi# an accident last Tuesday. The horse becai#e res tive, and backed on to the footpath near Hannah's Stores The horse was thrown, and the harness and shafts of the gig were broken. Prior to going into camp at Beau fort, Private Will Duun, son of Mr and Mrs Cbi'J Du.au, uf LJ.:u liul oke, was p^esaplei with 4, i watch by Beaufort friends, j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

UIUUTY C01IES FiiOM WITHIN. It mutters not how beautiful the fea tures, how perfect the figure, or bow glossy or redundant the liair, no woman can look r-^afly pretty or attractive if her face betrays a disordered digostivo appar atus-. : A yellow sit klv face is; iucowpatable with any womanly charm There are cases known where ladios. have suffered in silence for yours from sickouing liver and "stomach complaints, simply because they wore uuabln to withstand €lie weak oiling and racking propensities of ,the ordinary purgative medicines In such cases Laxo-Tonic Pills<uiay be taken with utmost conlidiiiee, fo% ihey neither.,unduly purge 'no do they weaken. These PillB have been known to bring the rosea to: a. girl's cfeafcs Uvhiclv liad been absent for years. Pricols and 2s Obtain able Everywhere

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The Wheat Question. DONALD COUNCIL'S PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 17 March 1916

.The Wheat>Question. DONALD COUNCIL'S PRO ' TEST. The actio 11 of tlie Wheat Com mission. in reducing the price .of wheat for home consumption has tnet with much adverse criticism in the Donald Shire. At Tuesday's meeting of the Shire .■.Council; Cr S •I. Wortley moved that the Shire enter an emphatic, protest against the action of the commission in izx ing the price of wheat tiudcr the I export-equivalent. ' " . •" " . Cr Wortley said the' action would do but little good, above showins> that the action was • resented. \ In Melbourne thev lose sight of what it costs to grow wheat, and when it is considered ■ that some farmers paid up lo £17 for horse feed, they must realise that despite the record harvest the average farmer will re quire three good seasons to recover from the drought. Cr John M'Evveu .seconded the motion. To some extent Mr Wood, iu his address at Charlton, convinced him that the scheme, was a good one, but he had now lost, all faith iu the Government He at lea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 March 1916

DONALD HOTEL DONALD. (Opposite J. T. Kean & Co. Coaehbuilders). New and Up-to-date Premises now epen. -Spacious Dining-room. Up-to-date Bedrooms, Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water Baths. 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 Bcribers, we again publish the fuli iisc on j their behalf. ' Subscribers and the public generally would do wen to cut the list out and keep nme for reference. 44 J. L. Bales, Baker, Wood Street. 13 Basset a Son, Commission Agents : and Private Residence. 59 C. E. Basset & Sons, Woods Street. 58 A. S. Blundy, Builder, Woods Street; and Frfratn Residence, Woods St. 49 J.H.Bolden, Implement Maker, Woods St; and Private Residence. 25 C. Bonrke, Banyena Ed. 36 P. Bourke, Farmer. 23 Dr. J. Calhoun. 9 Chellew and Wilson. Jewellers. 56 W. Cox, Etsid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 March 1916

MILK IN POWDER FORM 'JT, these liar J times every housewife J. must economise. 1 iiiid Trut'ood Powdered Milk a bl%ssiu£ in our house it is a real nniiev saver. Tims wrote a grateful lady, and her experience lias been endorsed by householders throughout Australia, who have been usin^ Powdered Mijfc for a considerable period. Tho sys tem by which pure can's milk is converted into powder forty 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 ings and plant were erected at Glenormis ton f in the centra of the i'ar-faned Western District) ata east of about ^"50,000. Every precaution it; tuhen to obtain pure fresh uiilk, and tho supply is drawn from a radius of about four miles only. The ' dairymen deliver milk each morning and evening', aud then within two or tliroa hours tho milk is converted into powder. It is packed in tins read;' for market; in this form, tho milk retains its freshness and p...

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The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 March 1916

The Markets Youne Bros report:—Ou Satur day March 11 tli we held a most successful sale of sheep at our Don aid \vkLs every line yarded except (■no lot being sold. Ewes nj;i(ie 3*s .^d, 38s, 34s; wethers 33s; wtaaers J 7s 6d, 28s ; small lot par iicularlv good 35s. Since last re pojt we have sold a/c W. Hayes, locrossbiea wethers, 107 crossbred weaners, 95 crossbred eWes, 6 wethers: : c J. F. McErvale, TO crossbred'wethers ; a/c D. Gal vlu, -50 crossbred ewes iu lamb to lu:coiii rams ; a/c G. Pope, 2 Lin coln rams; a/c S. Skewes, 110 fat wethers: n,.c L. Belleville, 10 fat wethers: a/c H. Ross, 236 cross ed ewes in lamb to Lincoln rams, IU crc^bied lambs; a/c F, T. Miller, JjT -i tii crossbred wethers, ■5Jo ! tli crossbred ewes, 29 cross bred weaners : y;c J. G- Nitscbke •550 merino ewes, 4 years, in lamb io Ideal nuns, 312 comeback ewes iu iamb to Ideal rains, 224 cross bred c-wes, (> and 8. tli, in lamb to Ideal rams, 59 merino wethers, 6 and 8 tli, 47 crossbred weaners ; ac A....

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St Patrick's Day Races AT WARRACKNABEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 March 1916

St Patrick's Day Races Y\- \VARRACKNi5BEAI,. On Wednesday St Patrick's races ,viJl !;i- held at Warracknabeal, and indications point to a very enjoyable meeting. We understand that a mimber of sportsmen will motor across from Donald. The weights are as follows — PONY RACE — Selrna ••• ••• • - 9 13 Scooner Hart- ... ... 9 .11. Gaalannngah .. ... 9 0 Xaissant ... ... 8 0 Leauore . ... 7 H Cavidor ... " ., 7. 9 Glen Bell ... ... ' 7- 0 Verdun 6 11 Laviuia 6 7 ■ST PATRICK'S HANDICAP; Xhigli»S ... 9 ■ 7 Merri Bridge 8 11 Lord Nap ... '85 Yatla 8 3 Spegleisen ... so Correction ... v 7 11 Kidman ... 7 0 Buick 6 9 FiashBob... ... . 6 7 Lonesome Pine ... 6 7 - PLYING- HANDICAP — lord Nap ... ' 9 0 Fair, Monica -8 .. 7 IVvreema ... 8 3 Lord Savin , 8- 0 Kidman ... ... ... 7 9 LadyAdlaine 7 5 Flasli Bob 7 0 Gaalannngali 6 7 Flash Pat ... i ... 6 7 Atcbica ... 6 7 - PUBLICAN'S PURSE — King ling ... 10 7 Merri Bridge 9 11 Lord Nap 9 '5 Yatla '. ... 9 3 Spegieisen ... 9 3 Correction ... • • , 8 U...

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HONOR'S ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 March 1916

Names of the Lads, who are asso ciated with the Donald and adjacent districts, who have helped to defend the British Empire from the Huns. Allen, R. Allen, A. .Allen, II. Abbott, \\7. Aitkin, S. ' AilKini. W. Bsrrie, J. C. 13 'rht'i", R. H. L'-irry. J Ijirch, L. ~ Berry, IsUilc Blair, G. Ban es. W. Bliss. Theo ' Bliss, B. , Bruce, Roy Barry, Dan Box, A.' Bennett; P. '' Beckham, H. Baird, H. Booley, Jim Belleville, J. Belleville, Vin • Barber; A. W. Basset; M. Bennett, A. Bailes,; Alf Byrne, C. Burge, W. Bray, .1. J. Baird, B. F. ' Brockenshire, A. Baddock, .Don Belleville, A. P. Boucher, John Boswell, Cbas Bun worth, J. Bell, Henry Baker, J. W. Baddock, Fred Bath, A. P. Burton, Frank Borden, R. Bennett, A. G. Cos sens, R. Clifford, Stan Cannard, H. Cantwell, Jas Clements, J . Coomb, W.. Chapman, A. Cruikshank, R. Cruiksbank, W. Irwin, Harry Jones, G. ■ Kerr. H. Kofoed, X,. Lee, A. ■ Lifiol?, N. Lvft, W : v Ldinplougb, 0 Lambert, F. Lock,E. Locke,. Albert. Leech; Robert Lees, Geo Lar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 21 March 1916

)iu;miNG piles cubed bv KKXONA. THK RAPID HEAL/EH nu.soKiiu suffered greatly with bleeding piles for ten years," writes Mrs Louisa Reid, 7 Jones-street. Pyrmont "He ■was £0 bad that lie could hardly niove, and sometimes he was unable io rest 011 account of the pain, and it was most pitiful to ate him lie tried many different oint ments and lotions, but received no benefit whatever I had read the wonderful cures that iiexona Ointment bad done, so I got him a tin and the first application ®ive him ^reat relief Ho continued with tuu oiuhuuut, auil ju about a week's time tie was completely cured, awl he lias not aad tlie slightest return of lxi3 complaint Juice, and wa can honestly recommend it to anyone suffering with tho same com plaint as he had." Ijtxona is sold in triangular tius at Is 6d and is Obtainable Everywhere -vlr T. Coiiroy, of Maryborough, | has accepted an engagement with ~r J. Hannah, of the Ballarat Stores, Donald. Mr Conroy will Prove a decided acquisition to the ocal...

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