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Duck Shooting. AT LAKE BULOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

I Duck Shooting:. I AT LAKE BULOICK. On Wednesday morning a num ber of shooters assembled at I^uke Buloke at the invitation of the Douald Gun Club to indulge in a second opening of the duck season. Besides loral sportsman, there were rppresentatives from Bircuip, St Arnaud, Wychepr.oof, \Varrackna beil, aud Maryborough, and though game was plentiful in places, few "limit" bags are reported. This was no doubt due to the wide ex panse of water, and the latitude thereby allowed the ducks. •

Publication Title: Donald Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

YOUR - BRIDAL - PORTRAIT — Your Bridal Portrait Four Your Bridal Portrait .large Your Bridal Portrait dressing Your Bridal Portrait rooms Your Bridal Portrait avoid Bridal Your Bridal.Portrait delay veils Your Bridal Portrait ■ wreaths Your Bridal Portrait bouquets Your Bridal Por';iait buttonholes Your Bridal Portrait and IRicsSasfcitfesLs & Co gloves [lie latest Your Bridal Portrait style kept Your Bridal Portrait Uthc Your firidal Poi trait studio Your Bridal Portrait Your Bridal Portrait Appoint Your Bridal Portrait ments Your Bridal Portrait by letter Your Bridal Portrait wire or Your Bridal Portrait Phone 252 iVemake bridal portraits a special Italy, that is why brides from all arts of Australia sit to Richards & Our bridal portraits have a world-wide reputation. En hi rged Portrait's - Of Soldiers. — *£t us make you a beautiful perma ient enlargement of your soldier ion or brother. We guarantee sa isfactiou. The following are our sizes ana prices size Photo Mo...

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Fire at Bangerang. FLAMES CHECKED IN TIME [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Fire at Barigerang. FLAME3 CHECKED IN TIME Quite a Utile excitement was caused on Saturday afternoon when a stubble fire on Messrs Newell Bros', property crossed the fire break and entered Messrs McDou gald Bros'. and Wood Bros', pro perties. McDougalds' land was covered with thick, high grass, aud the flames spread rapidly until the road on - the north was reached. Fortunately on this road there was a well-beaten track with the recent wheat-carting traffic, and this promptly checked the fire on that side. On the east side was Woods Bros' , stubble paddock, but as the wind was choppy, the fire-fighters were able to keep the fite from spreading to a great extent, and only about 20 or 30 acres of stubble, was bur t.- Messrs Woods Bros, and T. Rice lent valuable aid with their plough teams, whilst quite a number of neighbors rendered splen did assistance in checking the fur ther spread of the flames. Four hundred acres of McDotigald's land was swept in addition to the area of Woods' st...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Employment For Soldiers WAR COUNCIL'S ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Employment For Soldiers WAR COUNCIL'S ACTION. The necessity for locaT organised effort to find employment for returu •• eti soldiers is referred to in a circular which is being- sent to town clerks' and shire secretaries throughout the Stsie by the War State Council. The 'circular states that as men ate !dutr.ing in increasipg numbers, - the necessity for arranging Jccally to ajaiVrt in providing- employment will tome more evident, and it is, of course, most desirable that men who enlisted in the country ,(aud others also) should be encouraged to re turn again to the country districts. Reiving on the support of municipal councils, soldiers who are being dis ciiarged are beirg advised that as sistance and advice will be afforded ilx-m at town and shire halls. The War Couucil invites reports as fo whether any returned soldier? are known to be out of employment in country districts, and whether committees are now constituted, as previously suggested, to assist iu finding work. The War ...

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Epistles to the Editor. LOCAL ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Epistles to the Editor. LOCAL, ART UNION. Sir,—Iti a receut issue you an nounced the result of the Beckham Art Union. Some months ago I purchased two tickets in an* art union for land at St Arn^iud, and I was informed that ' the result would be published about the end of February. Can you inform me of the result ?— -I am, &c. TICKET-HOLDER. . [To our knowledge the art union has not yet been drawn, but we understand that it will b2 so during this mouth. -Ed]

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Large Wheat Stacks. AT VARIOUS STATIONS. The following table shows the number of bags of wheat stacked at the undermentioned stations:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Large Wheat Stacks. Yl' VARIOUS stations. 'Hie following table shows the ,, bcr of tegs or wheat stacked '"lK, undermentioned stations '<*"7 :5S;Sbo a::: Co i Cope ... , ,9:5.000 .. ... so,ooo ^utiierJanc! 'l, '2,000 ; nhvillcck .... 66.000 vaicbapga... - 62,000 , \Voomel3"il — •••. ",000 ' vVvdieprocf... 61,000 rSircliip - 5'SS ' Massev do,000 Sea Lake 52,000 £„eira ... - 49.000 S\vsn\vater ... -. 48,00.0...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Ccinmoiwcalti^l3Mot HugteKa cfki"-;: * sydnev .o?'lTh Genera5 Banking- Business prinl^ai CITltS ancJ TOWfiC of AUSTRALIA, and CONDON CaIjJp rr*d-.* to, and draft* drawn nr. pltcei direct. Foreign bills n« }: ••!«• »il m I ?•••>;. n« d. !.•?:? rr-« of orodit i*<ucd i.o ant part of the world. Ifcinl '•'« - ►*' t.A«-i.a.i^p «>.' ~very d^-»*rij>:ion transited within the Commonwealth, 2 ;*»,.• :v:»d a.'vr »ad. (Nirrrjj'. ar«:oi:nU openod. Interest paid on fixed deposits, ft A-ivaiM-.-. iv.. <i<- 9.Ka.\u< approved «?«:>:r::;ev | Savmgs Bank Department a BRANCHES In Ihe chief centres and AGENCIES at over 1 . Post Officca Interest at 2S5© in Australia Per annum itncJ Papua up to £300 INVKiWTATE IN'fF.UN a*1'1uN.\I. mlvui^s Hunk Facilities 3% Lyric Pictofis j Uuder local direction. j St. George's Hall. j Every Saturday Night; As the management have made j arrangements for films with the leading metropolitan exchanges and are in possessi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

— '•* H iil, it II4 ^ 1 c, O O iLiM .MJf] (■v v nnvnp r r" $ t ¥ Slife. Uul Liberal Cash Advances upon ensuing Clips, and all consignments of Wool, Grain, and Produce. A'--'.' sales ON COMMISSION. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE C°-1™. Stores: South Kensington : William Street MELBOURNE COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medicine to. Very Young Children and, in many cases the hesitation is quite justifiable; but the Public need not have any fear about HSARKE'S BRGICHIUS CU This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. \V. G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED' ( i :LVI!5T cf extensive experience, and the Manu facturer. is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce oi iiis Magnificent Reput ation on the fact that HE ARNE'S, BRONCHITIS CURE. . is equally beneficial to young CliiLDREN," ADlSL'iS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS TYLEt BA.LLA.IiAT — ARE OPENING THE — W11 ¥ M Out OS Di?g ? THE LATEST IS AT YOUR •"? RVI^F. NOTICE CORRESPONDENTS are r> spectfully notified - ...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Local and General News Passed In Melbourne —Messrs A. 6. Bennett atid Leslie Clarke, of Donald, who went to Melbourne on Saturday, succeeded in passing the final medical test, and will go into, camp at an early date. * , :jc # # $ * # * Rbcrois at St. Arnaud.— Among the recent enlistments at ~t. Arnaud, appear the names of Messrs Donald McDonald (Tray nor's Lagoon)) John Barratt (Tray nor's Lagoon), and C.. W. Bicker ton (Cope Cope). The : Mammoth Stores.—In this issue Mr S. J. VVortley, of the Mammoth Stores, .Donald, an nounces that all the latest au'umn and winter fashions are now on view at his stores. - ' '•"V"" .His Majesty The King lia= declared that by their exploits in France the Irish Guards have shown that tbe shamrock stands for loyal ty, courage, aud endurance in ad versity. Such a lofty compliment is much appreciated by Irishman in the Commonwealth. * * * * ■» * •* * . Mr. Hughes Eulogistic.-—A' a meeting in London recently; over which Viscount Bryce presided, the Prim...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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The Donald Times With which is incorporated the DONALD EXPRESS and LANDSBOROUGH TIMES. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916 "Made in Switzerland." TRADE AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

S The Donald TirpS : With which is incorporated the ■ Donai.d Express and Lanps j BOKOOGH TlMRS. i — Friday, March 24, 1916 "Made in Switzerland." TRADE AFTER THE WAR. In a recent issue of "Wimble's Reminder," the Printing Trades Magazine of Australia, there appear ed the following instructive and logical article:— Some time ago there was at Cir I cular Quay what they called a Trade j Fair, organised by the Chamber of I Commerce and others, to instruct out people how necessary it was to | buy German goods. Australians were to be educated up to say, when buying anything, "I hope you are not giving me anything manufac tured in Germauy." The process ! of educating the sua*'e gentleman behind the counter to say "Certainly not—'perish the thought!'' was not so visible. The Trade Fair was a great sue-, cess from the Free Trade point of view of its Chamber of Commerce sponsors. There wps a fine display of goods from every country but our own. America, Switzerland, Japan and China are all m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

STOP IT NOW. If you . have a pain in von;: it you have «i lame back, ors iug back, stop it now. Font ber that backache is in'Iicar kidney disorders. It is a *py: there by nature to waruyc: your kidneys, need Lelp. 1 neglect the warning, stooi;: for it may be too late it ya: off. You ask how to stop it? * let this man tell you. Mr J. Morrison, Saddler, i Street, St Arnaud, says:-' some time I had serious troulk my kidneys, and was ofteas that I could hardly move. t&\ centered iu the small of ay just above the kidneys and w.\ ticularly severe if I stooped ore quickly. My rest at night turbed, and during the day! ! tired and languid, having no for anything. 1 was also si to dizzy attacks, but the cos backache was by far the worst? torn. One day I saw an adve' uieut iu the paper for Bs Backache Kidney Pills, and to' they might benefit me I gotf I was uot dissapointed, for: acted splendidly, six bottkstf ing me to perfect health, anil? been free of the to:tiua oi bicb and kidney ...

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Queen of Aquatic W[?] "NEFPTUNE'S DAUGH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Queen of Aquatic^ I "NFPTUXE'S DAUGKl|| There was a good s the I,yrie pictures in St Q.J Hall on Moudav cvenius,;; spectacular production, Daughter," was produced.'; wondrous beauty of the stsJ ten by Captaiti Leslie Pea:o: enchanting scenes anonfopj Bermuda Islands, witli tail reefs, mysterious submarined and gorgeous verdure, togefcl the vast expanse of the .tf formed a bawilderiagly t-i environment. The cumpa:;! prised over 200 actors, togeu 500 supernumeraries and rail by Miss Anuette Ksllerasl recognised queen o£ world. Iu this delightful:/ of the sea, Miss Kellermiij from her marvellous aquiil which she has many opposl to display, proved that afe powerful actress, a faschuihij cer, an expert swordswoEsf mistress of a thousand arts, all contribute to the suss production, which once sg never be forgotten. Tin si cent staging of the drama eF by the Universal Film Coap: New York. "Neptune's Dq|| cost 200.000 dollars to p:J|j Miss Kellerman aud a coe;J| 200 specially selected actos...

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Nurse Edith Cavell. THE STORY BY PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Nurse Edith'"Caveil. V THE STORY BY PICTURE, j Ou Saturday eveuing' the .Lyric Pictures will feature the " Martyr dom of Nurse Cavell at St. George's Hall. This drama is a story which will be told to generations to come, of a woman's love, bravery and devotion to her fellowmen— and the brutality, debasing, and unwordable atrocities of a nation whose1 name is unworthy of print ing—but whose name will last for ever as a symbol of what is even worse than Hell itself. The story portrays the innocent errin>s of this great woman, which led to her execution on that cold October morning, when with her back to the wall she fa.ce<1 death unflinchingly, knowing that what she had done, was done only iu the name of love and humanity. So ended a noble life given by God, to love all, to aid all, to succour the wounded and sick. It has been said of this crime.:—" If every son of Britain's blood shall run, until, as an ocean deep, this act will be aveuged." Miss ..Vera Pearce plays the...

Publication Title: Donald Times
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Current Topics. NEWS FROM ALL PARTS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Current Topics. N!5W3 1-ROM ALL PARTS The King's Congratulations. — Mr John Neyland, of Birchip, and formerly of Corack East, has ceived the'following letter from the. Privy Purse Office, Buckingham Palace:—"I have the houor to in form you that the King has heard with much interest that you have at the present moment seven sons serv ing; in His Majesty's forces. I am commanded to express to you the King's congratulations, and to as sure. you that His Majesty much appreciates the spirit of patriotism which prompted this example in one family of loyalty and devotion to their Sovereign and Empire." The Garden Ok Eden.—Mes opotamia—the valleys of rhe Euph lates -and the Tigris—uay well be on.i ui the "Teat prizrs of the great war. i here lies the fabled Garden of Eden, the crndie of the race, the store house of the ancie.it world ; there lie still the ruins of Babylon on the Euphrates, due south of Bagdad on the Tigris ; there rise still the mioarets of Bagdad, the city or Haroun al Ras...

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Red Cross Society[?] DONALD BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

Red Cross sm DONALD i!^;: The monthly busk^ ,j of the Doudd Cross Society was U-\ri i March 14th. The V(,'.|vl (Mrs N. McLean; chair. Miss Stella Miliar V.rs Mitchell S8CvJiid«i,' following acconnts btV: payment:— I. Rowe aiiU 2s: S. J. Worthy, /.-/J \Vaddell and Co., £\ Miss Keau, 14s. The correspondent read, including' a U-U;'"' Melbourne company, give an entertatument i-pf to take 50 per cent, asj. I travelling expenses, Uk : ' to have the other 50 ce: vertiss, and work up fn^. The offer, however, y,t,'.I cepted. A notice from t'ae wealth Button Fu«dv;as celve l, to the efcel t'ap.';': iast. was Lady Hena-css'l triotic Day, proceeds u'v voted to providing cotnfoitss soldiers in the trenches, votaries were requested too of these buttons, which graved with "For men." The following gratefully acknowledged;. Meyer. seur.,_?> pairs sox| clava cap: Miss W.Ta mittens; Mrs Mortis, milk: Mrs T. Resign,! Mr W. H. Gray, petrol cuJ Muir donated push cut -| raffle back to Red Cross.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

A WORD TO TRAVELLER. The excitement incident ta travellin-r mid change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea, and no one thould leavo homo without a bottle of Chamberlain's Lolic ami Diarrhoea Kemedy The intense pain which frequently accompanies this complaint will ho relieved by ouo dose while it seldom takes more than a couple ot doses to completely check the diarrhoea Sold by HannahBros

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The Corack Channel EXCISION OF AN AREA. The following report was held over from last issue, owing to the late rush of advertisements:— [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

The Corack Channel EXCISION OF AN ARLSA. The following report was held over from last issue, owing to the late rush of advertisements A. conference was held al Doualct last week between Mr Shaw,; of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, members of the Don ald Shire Waterworks Trust, and a number of Corack ratepayers, re garding the proposal to excise terri tory from the trust,, and place it un der the commission in connection with the Corack channel scheme. A largely signed petition was sub mitted opposing the excision. Messrs Bunworth, Cockfield, J. McKenna, C. and J. Bish urged that they be allowed to remain in the old trust, which had treated them well for 30 years. They were afraid, they might not get the same treat ment under the commission. Commissioner' Shaw said that when the first survey was made they came to the: conclusion that the only ground that could be served* was along the line of the channel, and he therefore said the laud to the east and south woiud not be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

UliRM DISEASES Wheu you have a bid cold, culture beds that favor the Development of germs t'oun in the throat That is why a child is mure likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold Pneu monia U also a germ disease and is con tracted ;n a similar manner The longer the cold hangs 011 the greater the danger Chamberlain's Cough Remedy being an oxpeetorant cleans out these culture beds, and iu that way prevents pneumonia and other germ diseases Sold by Hannah Bros. Miss Gladys Farrell, of Laen, as sisted with the music at St Patrick's dauce at Miuyip ou Friday. The Traynor's Lagoon branch of the Australian Women's National League have donated £5 to the Milk Fund for Soldiers. The Morton Plains weighbridge has returned £54 duriug the past mouth in wheat fees. The Donald Red Cross Society desires to acknowledge the follow ing donations : — Watchem Red Cross Society, .£10 ; Mrs Cruick shaiik, £1. Messrs Ernest Richardson, Albert K. Locke, and Arthur James Ran kin have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

UIUUTY COMES FROM WITHIN It matters not how beautiful the fea ture, how perfect the figure, or how flossy or redundant tho hair, 110 woman naii loot r»ally pretty or attractive if her face I jet ray 3 ;i disordered digestive appar lltllF. A yellow sickly face is incoinpatable with any womanly charm There are ^ases known where ladios have suffered ill silence for yoars from sickening liver md stomach complaints, simply because ihev wore unabla to withstand the weak ening and racking propensities of the jrdinary purgative medicines In such cases Laxo-'fouic Pills may be .itken with utmost conlidenci,-, for they wither unduly purge "o do they weaken. L'liese Fills have been known to bring the •oses to a girl's cheeks which had been ibsant for years Price Is and 2s Obtaiu ible Everywhere

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NEWSLETS [Newspaper Article] — Donald Times — 24 March 1916

NEWSI-ETS Wor. Bro. E. V. Moaotti (St. Arnaud) has been invested as a Grand Herald.of the United Grand Lodge of freemasons of Victoria. Bro. Jones, P.G..M. of the Donald lodge of the YLU.I.O.O.F., is now in Melbourne,! where he is acting as delegate at the Oadfellows' Annual Conference. Bros. J. Worsdell and F. £)ower, of St. Arnaud, also at tended the conference. Mr Charles Walker, of Boolite, has passed the medical test at Horsham, and is to go into camp on April 12th.. Recently Miss Lottie Franklin, of Carron, raffled a. case of grapes for the Watcheru United Red Cross Society, and Mr O. Wasen, of Ivitcbfield, was- the successful due. The raffle realised £o lis. Miss Franklin will be obliged if Mr Wasen would call at Carron and claim his prize. Horses owned by Mr Tim Nolan, of Mount Jeffcott, won the maiden hunters, open hunters, and high jump at the St. Patrick's sports at St. Arnaud on Friday last. At the Birchip Shire Council re cently a motion in favor of con scription -was s...

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