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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
"Let Bookie and District's Christmas Time he Ivlerry and Bright," says father Christmas. Everybody's Waiting for Him! '-- - i^Tj'i-jsyy Our dear old friend, Father Ghristmag anives. to faring Happiness into the . hearts of Old and Young, and to demonstrate the success we have attained i:i providing A Fine Assemblage of Christmas Presents and Novelties. It has not been i.n e-asy task, although wu made our Purchases for tho Christmas Trade some time baok, but we have succeeded with surprisingly good results, whioh will oreate a keen sense of satisfaction witb the people of tho 'listriot. when tho Finf Display is witnessed at our +mas Fair, © which promises to be one oi the most aueoessfnl events in our business history. We're not Down-hearted, not a b«t. Aa we have most sanguine hopes of' the fatnre, and we feel it is a duty to encourage and stimu late Christmas Trade, whioh is always associated with joyous anticipation and realisation. Heaps of Gifts for All! There's something for ev...
Dookie Race Club. Preparing for the Races. Now Scratching Board and Other Improvements Decided On. Entries Close Next Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
Dookie Race Club. Preparing for the Races. Now Scratching Board and Other Improvements Decided On. 'Entries Close Host Thursday. A meeting of the committee of the Dookie Race Club was held ; on Saturday ovening last at the Dookio Hotel. In the absence of the President (Mr. D. McLean), t vice-president C. A. Forer pre sided, and (here were also present [ Messrs. P. W. Ryan, M. Troy, P. I F. Lynch, C. Wash, R. Clark, J. j Barzen, T. Ryan, P. Moylan and Secretary Rowlands. After the reading of the min utes of tho annual meeting, It was resolved to have hand bills printed and distributed draw ing special attention to closing of entries, railway arrangements, sale of booths, etc. In reply to a question, the sec retary said that the 9 a.m. special train would carry racehorses as i well as passengers to Cosgrove from Shepparton, also the J 1.-15 a.m. train from there. Passen gers and horses from Numurbah j ! way could attend tho races, and I return home the same night, as I the ordinary an...
Yourang Murders. Inquest on the Victims. Butchan Singh Committed For Trial. Accused's Admission to Police. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
Yourang Murcl ers. Inquest on the Victims. Butclian Singh Committed For Trial. Accused's Admission to Police. The inoviest on the four victims of "the Yourang tragedy on lbtli December was resumed on Tues »] n' mI last week ut Ivatamatite, j1Pfore Mr. Curtis, district deputy coroner. Butchan Singh, who is t-ivtrpi'd with murder, was present '.Mwtodv. and maintained a very unperturbed demeanor throng li mit. An interpreter. Mr. 3 riteh nrd was e>o in ntlendance. Mr. Holme?. C.P.S., from Nmnurkah, rr,ol- down the depositions, wli'lst Inspector Gorki 11, of Sheppnrton, watched the proceedings on be half of the Crown. Tin; public hall, winch is used for court business, was packed. Among those present were r. number of Hindus, who appeare.l very sympathetic towards then C°A(rni"1''outset, the evidence of Drvid Pugsley. given on the first day of the innuest, was read over to accused, and was to the follow in# t'fject, David Pugplev deposed Am a farmer residing "at Yourang; the deceased...
CHAPTER XXIII. HOW LAWRENCE WAS NURSED. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
CHAI'TUR XX11T. HOW LAWRENCE WAS NI'RSKIl. As Lawrence lay, hardly jit'l&lt;? to comprehend what was taking place, ? there was loud laughing and talking, and the party stood for :i few mo ments a short distance from the tomii. " Dead enough, both of thrm before an ho*!r v.a.s ever," a voice exclaim ed in ; and then l.Uoy , I»:tni cm. without the Knowledge of I a party of men having been so near : producing any other feeling in the iyoung otlicer's breast than that of I pleasure. . It WHS otherwise, with those who were Irvine to ellect his rescue-Mel | ton and Jackson-who. punting with | their exertions, and bathed in sweat, . lay Hat ou the ground amongst the j ruins and the debris they had formed i trembling lest. They should he dis jcovered. | The> did not move till the party appeared to be out of hearing, then they looked tip ; the four one of them wielded was thruet into a crevice and both preyed against it, and dislod ged a stone, one which had resisted all their eff...
Stewarton. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
Ste war ton. (From our own Correspondent.) Harvesting has been completed around nere some few wooks baok, and needless to nay, it was very poor. Those who got enough for seed are considered lucky. A good rain on Christmas Day re sulted in forcing along a good green picking for stock. A lot more rain is required, but what has fallen is very acceptable, as it has practioally stopped water carting, veiy few people not having to do so. Ploughs were soon brought into use after the rain, and those who hud feed on hand have already turned up a good deal of ground, which is getting hard very quick. In about another week's time it will be hardly known that it had rained at all. Tennis is a very popular game in this district at present. The looal players are practising constantly, and hope to have a few more games wish other teams before the end of i he season. The old year has gone-ono that will not bo forgotten very soon. What with the war and the drought, the year 1914 will long be remem b...
All Rights Reserved. THE BLUE DRAGOONS. AN INDIAN SOLDIER STORY. PART 26. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
All Rictus lleserved. &H INDIAN SOLDIER STORY. BY GEORGR i\l AN'VILLK FRXN. PAKT 2(i. Suddenly this was clarkrnrd witl cement and piecer, of sUtr.c driven fn IiiNe wedges so that now Hum din?: ?lull and distant came the Mows »>! iron har or-hammer, tin: dj^onliwit trumpets and tin.1 murmur of rhe crowd fading away into ivthin-tH'Hs. -And now cari'e the horrihlu i!ir>u;'h» -the stir was oxr'.i-d-.M. hovv K,;t Vuuld it be before s.ifio^atiou aA. in ? Fur a moment Lawrence felt as U he must te.'ir himself from dsn's arm.--, :ind i tin raging round the tomb raving fur help, :tml beating his ln-ail agai'i.si; the rough wall till lie Sell »fnsi:li'ss and died. Even already 1k> lei I choking. that the air w.is tic. and his senses reeling ; but he v;:is brought. I.!.>?:!> to himself Uy the .Voice of Als;». which, though :tl J:i. ears a'.nn st. sounded, in the intent" OiirkiH^s &lt;.! th-.i'. place, far n?! and feeble. "Freda," she said, gently "lay hie. down. ...
An Interesting Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
An Interesting' Letter. Mr. George A. Boyd, a member of the First Expeditionary Force, has sent homo the following jotter .Sunday. Nov. 2-. 1W14&lt; >ro doubt yon have been waiting anxiously for news from me. but un der the circumstances no news could |,0 sent to von because all letters ( after we left Melbourne were ecu- , sored. Tli«' only new. we were al lowed to vend was that we were well, and we did not know when they would reach you. We were not al lowed to put date, anything about boats, when we called or where we were going to-in uothinpr bc vond the fuel of being in healthy or side and asking the same after von. Well, 1 11,11 in excellent health and trust all over there iin>. We have just been in formed that we can write letters as usual now. To-day (Sunday) we nro five days out from . and expect to reach - pn Tuesday or Wednesday, 24th or 25tb. T will tell you all that happened since we left Port Melbourne on - and you will find it interesting. I sup poso you...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
t .%,a KL-tf' Follow Who Can. For nlit'? JMcos 'of Oar Goods.. We SMy - In Groceries In Brap&y. In Boots and Shoes. Compare Our Prices "\villi Others. LYNCITBROS!, Aliiry Street. Dookie. Agents for ?»lonnt JLyeI! Manures, Also National Mutual Life Insurance Co. a Shirt Styles of the Season! Nothing adds greater comfort to n man's appearance then a neat Shirt. You'll look ever 10 much smarter in a pleasing style from here. Your comfort will be in creased by wearing Shirts so Our Complete Range of Neat Designs reflect in their entirety features indicative of superior make and excellent finish. We've Ml the Latest Patterns and Shades - Oxford, Cambric And Various Plain. Call in and sec tliem. MCLENNAN'S, ] "The Heme oi Ccd Cloif-rg. ' SSSSPPAfiTON. ILT Commonwealth J"fefe$anl5 of Hustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY »ta B»nH. or»n for ill of G5K2RAL CAr:K!";G 3U3I?:2SS st EQUITABLE BU1LD1-JG, COLLIKS STREET, (VJEf-BOURNE lbs at Sydney, CatiWri., A.Mii.lj, pcr:li. Itol.ait, Iln-lnm-, It...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
eal or Woe There Is 110 Woe in The 'Barb WHEEL. IS 60 well built that there is nothing but the maximum of Batisfaotion to be got out of it. Prices from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged. Send [or Catalogues, sea lor yourself. Good Reliable Secondhand Cycles Irom £2 IOs. Or we can supply you with a Mot or Car. Price £165 j^^v'3^TmuT«Strss!^' Complete ' " THE METZ 10-12 H.P. Tlie most economical and simplest to mauage. PTlN^T^V BROS, "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. W. B. HO ARE, Local Agent. jr. la. jvi'idUFF, Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter.. 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. ContractsTaken. High Class Work and Square Dealing1. ADDRESS- Wyndham Street, Shepparton, (New Premise3 Opposite Sayings Bank), Or Orders may be left at this Office. TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE FOR JOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prices. V Prompt Delivery. Dan ...
The Recorder. "Unwarped by Prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mete we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
&lt;Ibe 1Recor6ei\ Unwaij ^ij t>; ^rcj-iiiiCc, Unl)us«&lt;«ii ti> t jotion, Irrespective of "miirnulity er or' t-d, Justtc'' mntr> we om mu-artialiy to ;iH." THUKSDAY, JANUARY 7, L915 Local and General News. Tenders close on Saturday fOr ex cavating a 1000 yard tank. Particu lars from Messrs. Watts, Turnball and Co., Dookie. Tenders close to-day for the supply of forage at tho various police and other stations in Victoria from 1st March, 1910, to 29th February, 1916 Tender forms, conditions, etc., may bo obtained at tho local police station. At tho morning service at St. Mary's R C. Church, Dookie, on Sunday, 17th January, the Sheppar toii ohoir will be in attendance, and assist in the singing. William Skeily and Co., auction eers, notify in this issue that the sale of the farm known as .John Ilealy's, has been postponed until Saturday, January 2'Std. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. McCarthy will he pleased to learn that their little son Leo, who met wit...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 7 January 1915
Tlianks. Mr., and MRS QUINANE, Cos fjrove, wish to Thank kind (rieuds and neighbors for their sym pathy and attendance, particularly Key, Father Rohan, Mrs. Keating, Mr and Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. Boyd and family, Mrs, Conroy, Mrs. Polan and family, in their recent Bad be r -avement.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 14 January 1915
TO-MORROW AND TO-DAY. They suy "To-morrow never comes," An adage oft deemed right ; But if to-morrow never comes, No end were to to-night. The fact is this, time liies ?o fast, Thnt ere we've time to fifty, "To-morrow comes"-lo and heboid I To morrow proves to-day. ! iM l/NKt.U- I !,U&lt;;!>. 1 Kvcfyniu' h.-cp a IjI«* r»:u&lt;,:v j In iht hou.i1 for immciliar »* n-&«» in &lt;msi of ImwuI ironMc. t'h-iin'ni! l.-iin's Co!i- :uiii , ))t in In»* i is nM^ptallnl lor lliis 1 c uiijti-iiMi. If jjivrn at llie first unu-u 1 loo-oiuis- of llto liowels the attack in:iy 1;*? } avoi'lod. Kv&lt;n in ih« mo^l sewre ami duu^orous vase- it has srver hft>n known | t) fail. Sold liy Callander and Forer, Ditokif and C'l^^rovo THE HEALTHY MAN WINS. Indigestion mean* import net/ nourish' merit-! and that means poor health. In th**se ilnys of strenuous uouipclilion it is the healthy man who wins. Nothing e&lt;jua s Chamberlain's T;iU**u j'or clearinu t...
WOULD TAKE ON ANYBODY. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 14 January 1915
WUl'lJi TAKE ON ANYBODY. The foreman was busy repairiuL* some pipes, in the presence of a small crowd of onlookers. After a time one of them, stepping up to him, asked : "Anv chance of a job, mister ?" "Yes," was the reply. "Can you run joints ?" "Hun Joints !" said the man, eager lj, slipping oiT his coat and sittimr . down to take olf his boots, "not 'art! Yes, I'll run Joints, or any other bloke you've got on the job."
Dookie Races. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 14 January 1915
Doolcie Races. A meeting cf the committee of the Dookie Eaeo Club will be held on j Saturday night lit S o'clock, at tht Gladstone Hotel, to make fuither arrangements iu connection with the annual races, and the appointing of the various stewards, gatekeepers, etc., will be made. Entries for the handicap events are filing up, aud close to-day. There is every prospect of tho Dookie races being as successful aa in the past. Messrs. Alexander and Torgrimson are pushing on as fast as possible with the improvements at the course, -and everything promises to be in apple-pie order on the eventful day. The booths, etc., iu connection 'with the races will bo sold by auction on Monday next at 3 o'clock, at Lynch's Dookie Hotel. Tbe good suggestion made by the secretary to the Shepparton folk, that their town observe Foundation Day on Wednesday th« 27th, instead of on the following Monday, thereby giving all a ohnnoe to come to the .races, does not seem to be favorabl) considered. As Shepparto...
AN OPENING FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 14 January 1915
AN OPKNING FOR HIM. The iMlitov oi ihis particular pup^r was busy. Mis temper is on" of the i best. ; hut In* did not lik»» the lo'»k of | the seedy individual with the hair, ! who hat! invaded \n&lt; -rinrfau nuau j imunced. "Well ?" m* snapped. "1 should like td know," be;.ran the ; stvtly um\ with dk'nuy. "Ms rh-.Tc an ' opening here 7" ; **Tlii-r is," interrupted th«» editor, j urimly. "An ingenious carpenu*r, j fi'ivsri-inu your visit, biia pruvid'.-l an ! o.xi-t-Ih ut oj^ninp. Turn the knob u> : the riurhi. ami mind you don't fall ov.-r t h&lt; mat as you go out."
Shepparton Races. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 14 January 1915
Sliepparton Races. The Shepparton Jockey Club' opening tneetius> this year was htlo on the Broken River Course on Bat U'day, 9th January, in fuvotabli Vftather, aud was very successful Mr. ?. H. Hughes, a stipendiar) Steward of the North-Eastern Asso elation, was present, Results ; Maiden Plate, five furlongs-E' Shannon's Hiss Cheaterman, 8.8 (W Chahners), 1; 1. Brittun's Taffeta .6.11 (J. Redfern), 2; W Muidtnent': Miss Chester wood, 8.3 (M'Loughlinj, 3. Won easily. Time, KG, Trial Handicap, five furlongs.-W. Miudmen'.'s Kalei.ua, 8 10(M'Louuh lin), 1 ; M. Lyons' Byock, 9.0 (Chal mers'), 2 ; R. Bihar's Miss Willow, cd. 8 4 (\V. Burke), 3. Won by a ; length Time, 1.4 2 5ths. Novelty Pony Race-.T. Long's 1 Sunnyland, 8/1. 1 ; \V. M'Cluskey's Levaute, G 10, 2 ; W. II. Evans' Myola, 8.9, 3. Won by 8 leui>ths. Jockey Club Handicap, one mile. -,7. Roche's Chalmers, 8.9 (\V. Chal mers), ! ; F. .louO i' Flavadore, h '2 (8. Waddup), 3; M. T. O'.Mciirn's ' Embrastne, 7.12 (J. Redfern),...
A CURIOSITY OF THE UPPER AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 14 January 1915
A C.TIiloSITY OK THE PI3 IMC II AIR. The reported ilryiiit: up of lakes in Switzerland, Germany, Hussin, and 1ms led to tilt' suggestion that the earth is becoming dessicated, and tin odd German theory is that the ultra-violet rays of sunlight are con cerned in the process. These rays slowly decompose water into hydro gen dioxide and hydrogen, the hitter, but no oxysren, being evolved. The action taking place in the air, hydro gen dioxide is found in rain, wliilo the hydrogen rises, and at 62 miles constitute per cent, of the at mosphere. This lightest of guses, moreover, is thought to be escaping into space.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 14 January 1915
Cricket. s A cricket mulch, the first uf the Q season, will m* pluyed on the reoreu 1| tion ground on Saturday next, when £ teams representing Married and H Single will oppose each other, This matoh creates u good deal of enthuBi asm, ftnd the rivalry-lor the after noon-is very keen. This match fans been thy inaugural t;la&lt;Ji:itoii:il couteBt by wielclers oi the willow for many seasons, and this year the meeting of those teams is being feverishly awaited. Participant;; in thi3 battle have been practising often, and we have hcnr-1 that this niiinii.-ii team have the match '-veil in hnod I already. Th..' f 'lowing teams have been chose", i, ss if any player is unable to attend, he is (.sited lo kindly ad viee tho respective captuii.s- - Married, ' H. On mm G. C. Henderson : A. McPartland A. McFarlaoo (opt. pro. tem ) J. Benehan j, 0. Skinner E. F Iv-'ily W. Bowyer W. Hansomc ?T. M. Waters 12. J. Cummins Single. K. r't!'].ihe:i9 ! i. G. WiL-r-n F. W. (r:pt , jira. tern.) R'i...