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Dookie Police Court. Wednesday, 4th February, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

Dookie Police Court. Weduesday, 1th February, 1911. (Before Mr J. W. Beftven, P.M.) At the above court the principal case was one of Shire of Shepparton Water Trust versus William Gardner, Cosgrove, for illegal!}'diverting water from Black's channel. Mr W. M'Clure Abernethy ap peared for plaintiff Trust, and Mr John Sutherland for defendant. In outlining the prosecution's case Mr Abernethy said that there had been complaints abo.it the Cosgrove channel, which bad been blocked on three occasions. Defendant's pro perty was served by the Cosgrove and Black channels. The prosecu tion was for illegally diverting water from Black's ohannel. John Gibb?, sworn, said he was ranger for the Shire of Shepparton Waterworks Trust. Gardner had a dams that can be filled from Cos grove aud Black's channels ; was at his place on 27th December ; took a i stop out of Cosgrove channel on that | day, when water was going under the railway line into Gardner's dam j on two subsequent occasions passed I and...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Stormy Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

A Stormy Tale. The Rochester " Irrigator," in its report of a gentleman's ex perience in a recent storm in the Rochester district, says:—" Mr J. P. Doyle, who was visiting his relatives at Diggora, and who lives at Wangaratta, had a pecu liar experience. He was dn'vinfr along in a buggy when the wind arrived. Mr Doyle, who weighs only 15 stone, had a narrow es cape from being blown right away. The buggy was lifted right off the ground, and was then blown across the road and jammed against a fence. The horse was unable to pull it away from the fence, and the falling rain was driven by the wind with such force that it blistered Mr Doyle's face. He states that the side nearest the wind was shaved as clean as pos sible, only two hairs, which were in the shelter of his ear, being left. Whilst in the predicament of being kept against the fence by the wind he was astonished to see two tanks, coming from the direc tion of Mr Joyce's new house, bearing down upon him across a fallow paddock. ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

The Dookie & Katamatite rder Published Every Thursday.| Circulates largely throughout jtlie districts su rroun cl i i s g 1) oo k i e. There 18 no Business that catuiot !.<• n<-;..fitcd by jive, judiaiouj advertis ing. la oountry towns Hit.' people- i:: li r-onu'tinies say, "Why shonld I advertise ? Every Ixxly knows where I am and what I sell." But that is an error. It pan bo proved erroneous by the Railmiy and Coach manifests and tlic parcels po.st lists at any provincial centre ia whioh the local business men fail to realise tliv n.-vd for keeping the people in touch with all thov have to sell an<l how tliey soil it. It is safe to assert that by far the greater part of the goods thai come from the cities through m*i! orders could be obtained locally of ;tv g.xid quality and as cheaply as the ciij houses can supply. lint people nei<! t.> '»• (sliicatcd up to this, and it i* through the advertising column; ■>" •-«.-! Newspap...

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Obituary. MRS. DEAGAN, SENR. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

Obituary. MRS. DEA.GAN, SENll. On Saturday morning last there passed away at Waggarandall, in the person of Mrs Michael Deagan, senr., one of those kindly characters which typified the early settlement of Victoria. The late Mrs Deagan was born in the County of Tipperary, Ireland, 81 years ago. and arrived in Vic toria in 1856. In 1878 she first came to this district, and resided here continuously ever since. Thirty-six years have made many changes in this locality, but time does not wither the brave and generous chai-acter of men and women. The years leave their mark inevitably, but they but add to the respect and esteem felt for worthy citizens. About eight months ago the deceased lady showed signs of seriously-failing health, and it became evident that the end was near. Her death was peaceful, and apparently free from all pain. On Sunday afternoon a large number of friends followed the remains to Katamatite ceme tery, as a last mark of respect to the deceased, and as a mark of sym...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Mr J. Giddon's Forecasts. FLOODS IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

Mr >J. Gicldon-s Forecasts. FJ.OODS IN MARCH. South Australia's well-known prophet is, as usual, up to ilato will) a forecast for 1914. Our readers will lind plenty of variety even to snow in April. It will be disappointing to find that we arc to have a poor harvest, though this is somewhat at variance with MrWragge's prediction made a few years back. whir!', listed three relatively dry .season;5, which ended last year, and four or five good seasons to follow. Here is • Mr Giddon's program:— l'Jn "New South Wales, Vic toria, South Australia, and Tas mania the year opens fine and ho', but the middle of January will experience a monsoonal de pression, accompanied with op pressive sultriness and thunder storms, after which it will be com paratively cool for a few days. " Warming up again, it will be fine and warm until the middle of February, when there will be wind and some cool showers. Fine weather will prevail during the latter part of February. " March opens sultry, but about i...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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[?]AL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

r0f- ' \U FIATES AND REGULATIONS O £i I i. ..ere the term "Tho Common wealth" is used in connection with tiie&o rates anil regulations it includes Papua, l,<uil llixvu island, and Norfolk Island.] LKTTiiRS. For evecy J ounce or fractiou thereof. For di-hver; within the Comniou « rj-lth . 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 Fo: delivery in the Now Hebrides, and Torres Islands ..0 2 F i;; '! - iv.vv in other places .... 0 2J Ll::l'l El! CAHDS. For d-lircry within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in t'.io British Empire (see ii^t oi ptiicer under "Letters")—Sin Itl. «itC I. Fur delivery i i New Hebrides, Hanks, anj Torres Islands—Single, ad. each. For deliver j1 in other places— Single, 21d. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Keply or doublo cards, each hall' of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon; may he transmitted to places «iiliin the Commonwealth, and to tlios'. olaces, enumera...

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MRS. MANGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

MRS. MANGAN. It is with regret, that wo report the death of Mr.". Mary Ann Mangan (mother of Mrs. P. W. Ryan, of Dookie), which occurred last Monday week at Bendigo. The cause of death was spinal paralysis. Deceased was 57 years of age, and leaves a family of five sons and two daughters to mourn their loss; her husband predeceased her five years ago. For some years the Into Mrs. Mangan resided at Tongala, and afterwards at Quambatook. She had been living in Bendigo for about three years, and was taken ill two months ago. The remains were taken to Quambatook on Tuesday and buried on Wednes day, Rev. Father Ryan reading the burial service. St. Luke's C.-rurtcii or engiaxd Dookie, 11 a.m. (^.C.) Pine Lodge, 3 p.m. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Rector R. P. Tacon. Phesbvtriuan Chukoh. Cashel, 11 a.m. Cosgrove, 3 p m. Youanmite, 7.30 p.m. minister, f?ey, f p, Tajlor,

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

Just what Bookie Wanted A REAL UP-TO-DATE Gash and Family Butchery, WITH THE GOOD MOTTO Cheapness, Cleanliness,Civility, Attention .. EDWARD TACEY .. MARY STREET. DOOK1E. (For 25 years in business in Surrey nills, Melbourne.) Primest Meat Retailed at Wholesale) Prices. , Noted for Excellent Corned Beef. Orcliardists and Farmers Specially Catered for. Try 0111* Sansaj^os. •• •* tiide9 nnd Tallow Bought Whatever you want . Go to ./.WILSON'S, For it. A long experience has enabled him to learn the requirements of this district perfectly, and he always has on hand a large stock to choose from in— Groceries. Jewellery. Silver and E.P. Ware. Guns, Rifles and Ammunition. Pipes of all kinds — Books for Sale or Hire. — All the leading papers, and latest Magazines. almost endless variety. A Large Stock of Leather Goods, consisting of Ladies' Peggy and Hand Bags, Purses. Soaps Perfumes, Brushwarc, and all Toilet Requisites. Presentation Articies a Speciality. See them. The STATIONERY DEPARTMENT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

w Tt f fcCit H There is 110 Woe in m /CH% rS<3 I !<rii I I 1 WHEEL. IS so well built that there is nothing but the mnximum of satisfaction to be got out of it. Prices Lf-'^rde r. Terms arranged,. .' Good Reliable Secondhand. Cycles from £2 10s. Or we can supply you witli n Motor Car. J Price ^ X ,,va ^ V* ^ Complete \ ,; ^<70jf THE METZ 10-12 H.P. Tlie most economical and simplest to manage. £185 JTlMla^Y BHOS. ■BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizafoetlrs. Street, IWEellbot.uz'Ki.e, W. B. HO ARE, Local Agent. jr. la. IVl'oUFF, Housepainter Bignwriter BEAUTIFY STOUR HOME THE BEST WAY TO DO THIS IS TO ENTRUST THE WORK TO THE ABOVE, WHO WILL GIVE YOU EVERY SATISFACTION, AND AT BED-ROCK PRICE. Estimates Given. Contracts Taken. High Class Work and Scmare Dealing. ADDRESS—Wyndham Street, Shepparton, (New Premises Opposite Savings Bank), Or Orders may be left at this Office, TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE ! FOR JOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery. D...

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The Recorder. "Unwarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mete we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1914. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

Sbe 'IRecocber. U»warp«i<i by prejuihon, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality orereiui, lustico mete we out impartially to all.' THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1914. Local and General News. On our fourth page will bo found: Mr J. Giddon's Forecasts, A. Stormy Tale, The Crash Smash Sale, and other items. On the Dookie courts on Satur day last, teams of eight, repre senting t.ho --.i u— jennis ciubs, met, when a very enjoyable time eventuated, the visitors winning by seven points. Following are the scores, Dookie players being mentioned first in sach instanceJack and Forer v. Head and Newman, 6-5, 2-6 ; v. Fanstone and Carey, 6-3, 3-6. Deane and Borwick v. Fanstone jnd_.Carey. 6-0. 5-6: v.. Head and Newman, 6-5, 3-6. Mageii'nisand Dore v. Oswell and Peters, 4-6, 5-2; v. Levick and Hosking, 6-1, S-5. Martin and C. Cahill v. Levick and Hosking, 3-6, 2-6 ; v. Oswell and Peters, 3-6, 1-6. The totals were : Dookie, 68 ; College, 75. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies. Tank...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

STOCK SALE ST. JAMES. Tuesday, February lO. Green, manning co. win hold their next sale on the above date, when they will oil'er— Fat auct Store Sheep. Fat and Store Cattle. Pigs. Buyers attending for an unlimited number of stock of all classes. Green. Manning: tVr Co. Sale Fixtures : February 11—Clearing sale account J. C. McDonald, NVattville. February 25—Clearing sale aocount J. G. H. Clyne, Esq. March 4—Clearing sale account J. 0. Hamilton, Esq. GENUINE Clearing Sale WATTYILLE. WEDNESDAY, 11th FEBRUARY. GREEN, MANNING & GO., fa vored with instructions from J. C. M'Donald Esq. (whose lease has expired), will sell on the above date as under— HORSES : 1 draught filly, 3 years, all work ; 1 aged buggy mare ; 4 draught horses, 2 year3 ; 6 light horses; 2 ponieB. CATTLE : 11 good dairy cows, S in profit, all young, 3 springing ; 1 young Shorthorn bull; 3 young cattlo. PIGS : 1 sow and litter; 2 sows in young. MACHINERY, ETC. : 1 single furrow plough, 1 set 3 leaf harrows, 1 se...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Dookie Football Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

| Dookie Football Ground. , It will be remembered that the last meeting of the Dookie Football Club, which was held in October of last year, a committee, consisting of the president (Mr P. W. Ryan), Mr .T. Wilson, and the secretary (Mr F. Martin), was appointed to try and secure a suitable site for a sports and foot- ball ground. The committee, has at last been successful in its effort, and has secured an offer of a piece of ground, which will make a suitable place and at a very reasonable rate, from Messrs Callander and Forer. It is only owing to the urgent need of such a ground that the firm is making this generous offer. A public meeting will be held in a couple of weeks time, and it is desired that as many persons as possible make themselves avail- able on the night of the meeting, as a large attendance is requested.   A notice will appear in a later   issue stating definitely the date   when the meeting will be held.  

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Dookie Tennis Club Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 5 February 1914

Dookie Tennis Club Concert. There was a fair attendance at the above club's concert, held in the Victoria Hall on Dookie race night. A first class programme was gone through, and in most items the singers were encored. The Shepparton Orchestra, which has splendid new talent, provided excellent music, and it is very seldom that Dookie residents have an opportunity of hearing such a fine body of musicians. Those present at the performance went away fully delighted with the evening's most enjoyable enter- tainment. Disappointment was   felt when it was learned that the comedian, Mr Jack Daish, was absent under unavoidable circum- stances ; Mr James filled Mr Daish's place. Mr Hodges, as humorist, kept the audience in a very good humor, and all his songs were applauded and en- cored. Miss Broad's singing was   greatly admired and pleased the audience, while Miss G. Webb, who sung " A Wedding in the Jungle," and also took part in a duet with Mr Long, kept the pa...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 February 1914

Items of Interest. The shiro secretary is in re coipt of a copy of the amended Thistle Act that will find accept tance generally from clauso one to eight, but clause 9 is certain to ho hotly opposed by shiro coun cils (says Benalla "Independent'';. This House proposes t) give the G\>. . join-Council povvor to pufc on labor to destroy thistles on I Crown lands at the expanse of the j neighboring shiro councils. ' Benalla lias always strongly op posed such moves, and secretary Knox has written to the Parlia mentary representatives to oppose this clauso with such a sharp thorn in it. TICKKIlil.K HKA.DA011K3. " I nm a bootmaker," writes Mr. Krdc* rirlc Miller, <_!rent Kin),'street, North Dhii N.Z., " and fur many years suffered friim terrible lieadaehe-S and inedibility of (■lie bowels due In my sedentary life. After Inking oni; box of Chamberlain's Tablet* t w.isi ^really tjcnoliliul, ami t.bey .S'joii eil' eetett my cure. Ujioa the slightest symp tom* tif eon-ii|>atii...

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Melbourne Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 February 1914

Melbourne Wool Sales. Dal;<ety A Co. Lid. report linger date of 2nd inst. lmvitifi ht:!<l their 13t!i sale of the gotmon (last of tho regular weekly serie-n, when they offered a largo and attractive o.itn lnjj'.lQ of close oil ">000 hales. There was a large attendance of buyers, and irampetition was animated through out, at values quite equal to advanced rates'uoticeahlo at tho previous sale. A good clearance of tho catalogue was effected, making tho Company's sales in Victoria for season to date close on 100,000 bales. 1'rido nf place wa9 secured hy a choice Tas mnnian clip branded Cleveland, the property of Gellibrand 13ro<?., which realised up to IGd per lb. for fleece, and averaged lid par lb. for the whole clip. There waa a good de mand for scoured, which sold to 22{d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 February 1914

i I' NFA'KK KAILS. •• For years we havo Keen usin^ (Jlmm !t<ti J:iin'> i.jh Kemini\v? s.ivx Mr. liorb. II. \Vuni!!ii.:i'l, \V»'ii t wori li, N.S.W. " \Ve ,-;x .'liiltiuMi, ami ncv<-r u<e anything else tor I'ni ire tmenl ot eoii^lw, eoMs, ,-iiiii hrs>iK*lii<*;i) complaints. 1 tronli-Iorit ly I'mmuiJ'Mul Chamhurhiiu's Cou^li Kemwly Id everyone, more e.-pueially to pumas who, like h.ive younj; chiMren'.s heal th (.» s ife^n it'ii. It never fails to »ive r-Jief in all eases.1' Sold by Callan der Korer, I >onkie and Cos^rove.

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Wheat Ready Reckoner. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 February 1914

Wheitfc Ready AJeckoner. The following s'nows nt a giant e how farmers nuy nrrive at the num ber of bushels of wheat contained in a given loud:— One cwt equah 1 bushel 52 lbs. Two cwt equals 3 bus 44 lbs. Throe cwt equals. 5 bus 315 lbs. Four cwt equals 7 hus 21 lbs. Fivo cwt equals 9 bus 20 lbs. Six cwt equals 11 bus 12 lbs. Seven owt equals 13 bu3 4 lbs. Eight owt equals 14 bus 56 lbs. Nine cwt equals 1G bus 48 lbs. Ten cwt- equals 18 bus 40 lbs. Eleven cwt equals 20 bus 32 lbs. Twelve cwt equals 22 bus 24 lbs. Thirteen owt equals 24 bus 16 lbs. Fourteen cwt equals 26 bus 18 lbs. Fifteen cwt equals 28 bus. Sixteen cwt equals 29 bus 52 lbs. SevoDt-uen cwt equals 31 bus 4-1 lbs. Eighteen cwt equals 33 bus 3G lbs. Nineteen cwt equals 35 bus 28 lbs. One ton equals 3? bus 20 lbs. Two tons equals 74 hus 40 lbs. Th ieo tons'equals 112 bus. Four toil3 equals 1-19 bus 20 lbs. Fivt) tans equals '303 bus 20 lhs, Si:; tons hi'i-Us 2"2 1 bus and .so on.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Kialla Races. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 February 1914

Ivialla Races. The above races wore held at Kialla on Wednesday last, when there was a large attendance of the public. The day was very warm, with the result that the publican's booth, which was con ducted by Mr Hogan, was well patronised. Results:— Trial Handicap, about 5 fur longs.—M. Lyors's Byock, 8.5, 1; D. Quinlan's Chester Nan, 7.10, 2 ; S. Pidgeon's Jadfer, 7.7, 3. Only starters. Betting.—3 to 1 on Byock, 3 to 1 agst Jadfer, 4 to 1 Chester Nan. Time, 1 min. 6 sec. Handicap Trot, 1 mile. — W. Raftery's Home Rule, scratch, 1; — Langtry's Albert, 50yds bhd, 2; ■— Gleeson's Wakeful, scratch, 3. Imitative, Clarionette, Emma Huon. Rockfeller, Tarboy, Sal valico, and B H also started. Bet ting.—2 to 1 agst Albert, 3 to 1 Home Rule, 5 to 1 Tarboy or B II, 10 to 1 others. Time, 2.41. Kialla Handicap, about 1 mHo. :—W. Fowler's Lacly Mona, S.5, 1; — Hayes's Aramain, 6.12, 2. Only starters. Betting.—5 to 1 on Lady Mona. 4 to 1 agst Aramain. i Time, 1.48. ; Handicap Hack Race, 5 fur i l...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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St. James Races. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 February 1914

St. James Races. There was a good attendance at tlio abovo meeting on Saturday woek. Fields were fair in each race, but the way tho scratch ings went through in some instances indicated that ownei'S had not paid tlieir nominations and had 110 intention of bringing horses to tho meeting. Mr Hog.in, of Mel bourne, conducted tho publican's booth, and had a very busy day. Tiie stewards again saw nothing calling for enquiry, and tho only protest during the day was a frivo lous one for interference. Re sults:—■ Trial Stakes.—D. H. Brown's Espergirde, 7.!), 1; W. Quinn's "Renamed, 8.-1. 2: J. Kennedy's Watergate, 8.1, 3. Betting.—-i's agst. winner. Four started. Pony Race. — J. O'Meara's Gentle Annie, G.12, 1; D. Chi 1 cott's Guiipop, 7.10,2; M. O'Brien's Miss Rangi, G.12, 3. Three start ers. Betting.—6 to 4 on tho win ner. 2's agst. Ganpop. 5 to 1 Miss Rangi. St. .1 air.es Handicap.—T. Kelly's Crimson Line, 7.3,1; W. Christie's Blank Cartridge, 8.2,2 ; J. Byrne's wi,;«o;. 'Jfiv.-:. ajist....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 February 1914

Read Tlie Recorder 7/6 per annum, in advance. 101 pec annum, i£ booked.

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