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Yabba Rabbit Destruction League. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

Yabba Rabbit Destruction Loa sue. The president, Mr. J. Cummins, presided over a lar;;o meeting of members of the above rabbit league 011 the l!)th inst., when the matter of taking united action for the destruction of rabbits was fully discussed. Mr. D. C. Chilcott, in moving ... , 'ofe be fixed for sinml . . > «„:„ "tateci no con tansous poisoning, w. sidered rabbits were never .''101° numerous than at present Ho would suggest that days bo fixod at different intervals during the autumn for sirrtultaneous poison ing to bo carried out. Something definite would also be necessary to compel owners who were not prepared to assist in the matter. Mr. E; Jeffrey, in seconding the motion, agreed with tho mover as to the number of rabbits at pre sent in the district. Mr. P. Frewin moved, and Mr. R. Carroll seconded—That Mon day, 28th December, bo appointed a day for simultaneous poisoning. —Carried. Mr. Cummins moved^ and. Mr. Jef'frey seconded—That; Secretary advertise date in the "Record...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
All Rights Reserved. THE BLUE DRAGOONS. AN INDIAN SOLDIER STORY. PART 25. CHAPTKR XXI. FOR WHAT FATE? [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

Ail Rights Reserved. THE BLUE DRAGOONS. A?l fMDiflfj SOLDIER STORY. BY GEORGF! FiAN'VII.T.TC PKSN. PART 2:». CHAPTKR XXT. FOR WHAT l-'AT 13 ? Lawrence saw for a moment that | his companions were fighting like j lions, but his attention was tascn j up directly after by the fierce at tacks of those around, and he had to ; make his tulwar play fiercely round i his head to protect Alsa, who held j his left hand in hers, and faced in ! the contrary direction, her quick hand and keenly pointed danger sav ing the man she loved from more than one assailant, who tried to take him at a disadvantage. But the fight was too unequal. Lawrence struck, gave point, and guarded, till his sword arm fell like lead ; and then as he made a des perate cut, which laid an enemy at bis feet, before he could recover him self, the butt-end ' of a matchlock struct him full on tlie brow. He Btaggered into Alaa's arms, and then fell with the brave girl, ready from her knees to strike at the first comer ; but in a...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

" Let Bookie • &-ad Bistne«"& Christmas fia.e m Merry and BiigM,"' Ja&kor Christmas. Everybody's Waiting for Him! ~"ri "r.^7""""-J-*1 ~ Our dear old friend, Father Christmas arrives, to briny Happiness into the hearts of Old and Young, and to demonstrate li^i success wo have attained in providing A Fine Assemblage of Christmas Presents and 1'ovelties,,,^^ It hr.s not heen m> easy i.-sl-, iJ:lioi;«ri: ~n made our Purchases for tho Chri-t'-a.s Tcstlu Horn.; lime biscf:, but we have succerdvd with snrp'ininsiy gocd result?, which. will create <v kscn rudao of satisfaction with the poopla of tho district, wh-rc thy Fine Display is witnessed at <;:>r H#oand which promises to ho one of tho most successful events in our business history. We're not Down-hearted, not a b«t. As wo havo most sanguino hopes of the future, and we feci it is a duty to encourage and stimu late Christmas Trade, which is s.Iways associated with joyous anticipation ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND Christmas Day— [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

St. Luke's C^uitcri or England Christmas Day— Dooltie, 7.30 p.m. Anthen ; "His Narno is Excellent." Sunday, 27th December— Dookie College, 9 a.m. Dookie, 11 a.m. Pine Looge Nortb, 3 p.m. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Sunday, 3rd January—■ Ganiambo, 11 a.m. Nalinga, 3 p.m. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Preachef—Key. John K, Taylor.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. A.W.N.L. AMBULANCE. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

CO IIRES P () X l) ENCE. [\Y(! <io not uur.^'lvcs with l)w opinions oxpriv>»;d !,y correspondents under this heading. A.W.N.L. AMBULANCE. [To Thi-: Kditoi'..] ri- /at- n ^"S Sir.—The Council, ^ .. tralian Woriion's National Longuo i has decided" to present li motor ariibulanco to tho military authorities for the use of our sick and Woiinded troops. With your, kind permission, I would like to appeal to the members of the Dookie branch for assistance. I believe the motor waggon will cost about £550, and as wo have 520 brflrichesi a little from each would bring the movement to a successful issue. From our mem bers I only ask for a trifle, as we would liko to be in this worthy movement. Donations sent to Mrs. Noble, care, of Mrs. Tacey, Dookie, may bo loft at the shop, and to be in not later than 15th .Tnminrv FLORENCE M. NOBLE, Hon. Sec. —Dockid brcnou-jf..VV.N. League.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A New Year Resolution, HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

A New Year Resolution, How to Puovide i'on the fitrrt.nnrcnf Is one of those ptoblems which faces most parents, and which often cIIU30S a deal of consideration and worry, a3 they watch tho small mem bers of their family gradually grow ing up around them. What is tho best they can do for thehi—how pre pare them for tho. future, for (bb fight among their fellow beings in the hurry and struggle for existence? Many parents would have been saved regret — perhaps even an aching heart—many tv child a disappointed career, if a little more thought had been given to tho future of the youngster by those, roanonsibl.o . for its existence. The dominant wish of tho parents is to see the children a credit to them, and the earliest pro vision for the child is a good educa tion. In these days of cheap school ing in Australia this is not usually a difficult maitor. School over, comes the' liioro important question of a trade, profession, or career for the boy, sonietimen even for the girl, bui sa are...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Dookie Races. Train Arrangements. The following time-table will be observed on Dookie race day, Wednesday, January 27th:— [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

Dookie Races. Train Arrangements. The following time-table will lie obsorved on Dookie race day, Wednesday, January 27th :— Shopparton to Cosgrove, !l a.m. and 11.15 a.m. Cosgrovo to Shopparton, 4."20 p.m. and 7.40 p.m. Katamatiio to Gosgrove, 11.30 a.m., rottirning at 7.40 p.m. Tho Nuiiuirk;ili ordinary and up goods trains will connect at Shopparton, with return special, j Horse boxes will ho attached if necessary, owners to notify tho 1 Department accordingly.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

Red Cross Society. At the last meeting of the Dookie branch of the above, the president being absent, Mrs. Stranaghau was voted to the chair. There was a good attend ance, and a large parcel of useful garments was sent away, con sisting of jj5 pairs of .flannel underpants and 14" cushions. Twelve of the cushions were made and given by Mrs. David Johnstone, a most useful dona tion, as these are used for placing under broken limbs. At the previous meeting 14 pairs of single sheets were sent away. These articles were pur chased from the proceeds of the show-day sale of gifts and col lections. The next meeting is to be held on 5th January, when members are asked to bring a pair of woollen socks each. Entries close to day for the princi pal events in connection with the annual sports meeting of the Tunga mah club, to bo held on New Year's Day. The nest meeting of the Sheppar ton Shire Cour i will be held on Monday,-ith Jiv iry. The quarteny meeting of the Yahba Farmera' Union and Agency ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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The Rainfall. For 1913 and 1914. The following figures may be read with interest:— [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

The Rainfall. For 1913 and 1914. Tlio following figures may be read with interest:— 1913. 1914. January 5 51 February ... 82 0 March ... 290 61 April ... 29 117 May ... 374 ' 147 Juno ... 344 32 July ... 50 89 August ... 130 47 September - ... 169 7 October ... 128 0 November ... 61 68 December ... 4 181 Totals ... 1686 800 Tho above figures wore obtained from Mr. D. McLean, who lceops a record at the local school. Of I course the 181 points recorded for December this year is to date. Last year's rainfall was short of the average, but this year's, as will be seen above, lias only been 8 inches, tho lowest perhaps on record for this district. Valuable vain felj.on Monday throughout tilt' greaior part of i-ho Commonwealth. Tasmania was the only State that reported no rain. Downpours \vero regis tered in the Wimmera, Western, Northern, North-Eastern, Gipps land and metropolitan districts in Vict'iria. New South Wales, southern Queensland, South Aus tralia, the Northern Teiritory and eo...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

REMEMBER THIS |T We do Job Printing At Most Reasonable Prices. Make Us Prove It. n:okie Race Club. Aliiliated wiih i ]..• ,,n A.-.-ovixii,,!!. Annual Meeting-, T«i hit held <>:, ||i,- Cluli'i: Course, C'nsj»rov4*, i)ii Wednesday, January 27, 1915. £108 Stakes. £108 011'ii;c Hearers — I'f.-M.I.Mit, }>. MK-.j ; viropresi ■ It-n..-. (... A. I*oit*r find K. [{, Museums, rxp: I roaMirci iuhI tiuicikjM'iiur, (.). A. i'oicr, Ks.j ; \V. Uruttai), lvn ; handicappcr, W. Hill, lv,j ; al.irlt>ri i\ /-•'■'I : a-.-Uant starter, L. .N'ash, K-«| ; clerk of c-tmr.-r, ,1. liealy, Esq ; old): i>l scales, ),. KoiutjiV| ).\r, . nnt clerk of sc.jes, H. KejJv, K*,» • ]m/t ■yf1', |)r; Kelly; auditors, Messrs McLean and Cahill ; committee, foregoing oll-.eers am Jic«;r. .1. Lamrock,.l. |!,uz,^ 1 . K Moyltm, Moyhui, K. .IcwIinr.sL, I'.. nuinlan, M. Qiiinane, M. troy, M. McNiuiiara, T. llvan, .1. Cum. nutis, D. Cliilci.tt, U". Callander i; [r II. II,,,,,,.. K. -MnacniK. I'! I L. Mugemii...

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The Land Tax Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

Hie Land Tax Bill. In tho House of Keprebcu.—. last week, Mr. A. 0. Palmer, speak ing on the Land Tax Bill, said ;— Arising -out of the speech of the honorable member for Indi, there is a matter which ought to bo settled once and for nil, and that is whethor this additional taxation is to be put bh land for war purposes ? ■Sir John.ForrestNo; they say that it ia not, Mr. Palmer : The honorable mem ber for Indi has pursued a lino of argument under whioh he lias en deavored to show that certain land owners are not mean enough to ob ject to this additional taxation, be cause it means only a contribution to the war fund, In his Budget speech the Treasurer gave a direct negative to that statement. The ad ditional taxation is being placed on the shoulders of tho laud-owners to meet the ordinary expenses of govern 1 ment, which would'have been exactly tho same, if not larger, Jmtl there been no war, I do not know that Wo have much room to cavil at the other side tho power to do tlii They a...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Christmas Appeal. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

Christmas Appeal. To the Editor. Sir, — At the present critical moment when our National supremacy is more than ever de pended upon our armed Forces on land and sea, there is one import ant unit of our great and glorious Empire who by the very unobtru siveness of his services is liable to bo overlooked, viz., the Merchant Sailor. To him we turn in poace and war for the very necessaries of our life. By facing unflinchingly the porils that beset him day by day ho has made our vast seaborne commerce the greatest in the world. For tho transport to the Mother Country of tho splendid Colonial offerings of men and stores in the hour of our National need we are indebted to Merchant Jack. Yet thoro are hundreds of worthy seamen in bitter distress—old, blind, and crippled, who cannot obtain employment and whose case is hopeless in the extreme. Shall those be left to fight unaided their uneven fight with penury and misfortune. For nearly half-a-century tho Royal Alfred Institution has pro vide...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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AERIAL, MONKEY-NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

AERIAL, MONKEY-NUTS. He was a very, very unknown avia tor. Nevertheless, he had built a machine entirely on his own, and could tall you exactly how many yards of canvas, lengths of wire, hun dreds of nuts, etc., were necessary in its construction. He had mode one or two little trips towards the sky, and now be wanted to take up a passenger. By way of experiment towards this, he took up his pet monkey. But some thing happened. Down came the aero plane—crash ! The birdman picked himself out of the wreckage,, and then began to sort out the remains of his machino in an effort to discover, the cause of the sudden descent. At last he found it. His monkey had eaten all the nuts ! How had ha got them out ? Why, with a moniajy-'wrench, of course.

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The Yourang Murder. THE INQUEST ADJOURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

TImj Yonranp: Murder. / . THE,/'INQUEST ADJOURNED. Tlijt . Hindu, Butchan Singli, wlip)Vt,vas arrested by Constable Slater;t of Dookie, in connection with trie shooting of Mrs. Lucinda .Pugslejj-, and hor three young children (wife and family of David Pugsley, farmer, of Your ang, noar Katamatito), as re ported in these columns last week, was escorted to Melbourne Gaol on Friday afternoon last by Con stable Cantwell, of Shopparton. It is rumored that the accused man admitted having committ;- ■ the crime, but whethor this is a i fact remains for the future to dis close. An inquest was opened 011 Thursday afternoon before Mr. Curtis, deputy-coroner, of Cobram, when evidence was given by David Pugsley, and formal evi dence by Dr. Ratz. The inquest was then adjourned to Tuesday, 29th December, at KatamatiteT" The burial of the bodies took place at the Tungamah Cemetery, the funeral being very largely attended. We might here mention that, although various reports made it appear that Cons...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

follow Who Can. For Quality aad Prices of Our Goods. We Befy Competition • In Ciroeeries la Drapery. In. Boots and Shoes. Compare Oiir Prices witli Others. L [r«5> J Alary Street. Dookie. Agents' fc'ov Mount Lye]I Manures, Also National Mutual Life Insurance Co. p=" Sltsil Styees of ihcbsssofi! 0j£f& Nclliiuf; adds gmr.tcr comfort to a man'* appcarancc tlu;n a neat Shirt. You'll look cv«.r so much smarter in a pleating style from here. Your* comfort will be in creased by wearing Shirts to Our Complete Range of Neat Designs iv fleet in t'uir entirety features indicative of superior make an«J excellent finish. We've Ml the Latest Patterns and ch«>dis — Oxford, Cr.mbvio and Various Plain, C«H in and s..c them. McLENNAN'S, 1 The Home of : c d Clotha?. " SKt-'P; kI'ICH. (Tonunonwcnltb J;;'o33ank of Hnatralia HEAD OFFICE C.YDNEY *Wi Bank !• open far all of GH MTRAL DAPJKING BUSINSSS at EQUITABLY 3"JiLDJ:-jG. OLLIN3 STREET, iViH-SOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canltm, Hohart, Uri-Hane...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

Weal ©r Woe Tliere is no Woe in The'Barb 9 WHEEL. Send for Catalogus, sgg tor yourself. Good Reliable Secondhand Cycles from £2 10s. Or we can supply you with a Motor Car. Price £165 Complete THE METZ 10-12 H.P. The most economical and simplest to manage. JrHSlLiTKV BROS, «BA3B" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizalbetlx Street, Melbourne. W. B. HO A RE, Local Agent. J7. ia. IVI'dUFF. Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwrmer BEAUTIFY 5T0UR 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 Sauare Dealing. ADDBESS— Wyndharu Street, Sbepparton, (Now Promises Opposite Savings Bank), Or Ordera may be left at this Offioe, TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE FOR JOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery. Dan Charleston's CYCLES. U.S.A. THROUGHOUT No. 1—£14 10a No. 2—£12 10s. No. 3—(B.S.A.) }£10 10a. No. i—(Pattern), £8 10s. No. 5—(Pattern), £6 10s. e; w. henn, C/o. Miss e. W...

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Church Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, 27th January— [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

CJiurcli Services. PliBSm'TKKIAN ClIUKOH. Sunday, 27th January— Cushel, 11 a. m Cosgrove, 3 p ni. Youanmitc, 7.30 p.m. Sunday, 3rd January— Congupun, 1L a.m. Katandra, 3 p.m. Victoria Hall, 7.30 p.m. Minister, Rov, J- B. Taylor,

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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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, DEC. 24 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 24 December 1914

tXbe flecorber. Unwarp'Hl by prejudice, ITnbiuss' il by faction, Irrt-'vectivi: of itatiir.a'ity r,r if t<1, THURSDAY, DEC. 2d 1914. With this issue wo presaat our subscribers wiih a 1915 Calender. We huve endeavored to nv.ike it as attractive as possible, and hope that our efforts in that direction will bo appreciated. At the same time, we would again remind our readers that there will bo no publication of this journal on Thursday next, 31st. In closing our first year of labor among the residents of Dookie and district, wo take this opportunity of thankiug our subscribers, advertisers and con tributors generally for the able sup port accorded us, aud looking to the future for brightness and prosperity, wo wish all the compliments of the season. According to yesterday's "Age" there appears a possibility of the curtailed train service between Dookie and Katamatito being more effectively arranged, or the five trains a week being re-instated. Probably Mr. Carlisle has been p...

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A REMARKABLE PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915

A REMARKABLE PROPHECY. (hi April 27 i'T l:»>t year (.says (lie "S':' day I'iliic.-"). we jmbliir a |. i-,\ "I1 tin1 present .urea! in (tT!i;i; mil.1 J which was made by .Ml'. (I. P. Stone, of Peter -haui. Al the time it attracted a ?_::rat deal ? >I" attention, nwint: to the . ompleleno-- with which the prophet hail worked out the details uf the war. .mil ihe countries 10 he involved. In 111. prophecy Mr. Stone Ljnve Ihe dale I'.ii' I he -tar! of the hi;.' inter national war a.- .July, 101-1. IJe iiu-nli...n-ii (iennany anil Austria as I In- principals on line side, and l-'ranci- a1 :d Kns-ia as |he principals UM ill.' oilier. So ^reai has tieen j l In- inicrc-t manifested in ihe pro i piiery -iaei- ihe outbreak of the war. I and so many have heen the inquiries j for copies of ihe paper eontainin;.' tin- prophecy lhat we republish here i.-.- i; was published on April 27. j I1::: "The loiaj looked i'or j'.nro | ]ii-a11 war will break out in July of I :!c\i year. Krniiee will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915

TAKING RANGE for SHIPS' GUNS. The luminous nightyhell that tbo British Admiralty has been tostinR lias .screwed to its bane a cylinder of illuminant that bursts into flame as the gun is iired. The missile is very brightly lighted through its wholo trajectory, greatly aiding the Run ners in estimating range, hut pro sentinK a atrouRe and -weird appear ance. REMEMBER THIS Make We do Job Printing At Most Reasonable Prices, Us Prove It, Send V- in Stamps and receive 1 lb. sample of PLANTATION" TEA Why pay more than our prices for "Tea 9 Cobram, Mav, 1914. rrcivrd ba\ of Tra.wht'-! iMiptr otnt. 1 Iti's T'm a »!h. CliCM ?J»«. Ol'N acM»r<l !.'. \iU\fd l - . MA 1 * :.! X Plantation Toa Compr. ny, WORTHCO'F, Freight Paid noarost Ratlway Station. FREE!! A Chance for Everyone. X We arc giving away free a Beautiful All-over I^ace Blouse Len^tli Willi each of niir parcels of Iieautiful Lace and Insertion of Different, Widths und Lovely Designs, sent l'ost I'~ree on receipt, of I'.N. f...

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