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YIELD OF CHEESE. AND FACTORS INFLUENCING SAME AS WELL AS MOISTURE CONTEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

YIELD OF CHEESE. AND FACTORS INFLUENCING SAME AS WELL AS MOISTURE CONTEXT. An interesting bulletin (No. 3S4), hnB recently been issued by the Cor nell Experiment Station containing a Btudy of some factors influencing; the yield ami the moisture content of Cheddar cheese, by W. W. FisK. The conclusions arc published hh follows : 1. Cutting the curd line causes a larger loss of fat in the whey than cutting the curd coarse. Course-cut curd increoHrc the yield of green and of cured chee.se and inert-asm the moisture content of the cheese. i! great care is not taken, and the pieces of curd arc broken, the result will be the same as a line cut. 2. Setting the milk at a high tem perature reduces the loss of fat in the whey more than Betting the milk at a low temperature. Setting at a high temperature increases the yield of the green and the cured cheese. This increase is probably due 10 the increased moisture content of the cheese. :i. A low acid at the time of re moving the whey iurreaseK...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Katamatite. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

Katamatite. (From our own Correspondent.) '('he nnminl meelins; of the Miiclc i'.'ili Turt Out> was lie til under fnvnrnlile wea tli.-r eowlitions isn Siituriluy Inst. I lie ut tOIIlJltllCU Wft.N lint lis 1100(1 R.9 of: |!:iSl CCl'll r.irm.4 and tIn- fieM* were mimll. uwiilij I>im bn.My to Kialln ifloes tlie .w Stipeii'linrv St'-'vurtl H. fl was present 1U Muckfltiih. nud w;l* very Imsy. There were three ;r"jiiiiif3, M"' 1 ji-"'? '>»'? !n ronneeiibn >vith Miss Willow »j'<fie'ri (10 the first n>C5 i-.nd cii lack to tlie'enclosure TheI'iikh IooKm! so -now.' Ilmt many people wi>heil t lu? owner ami y^;- - Others dimply paid 4,^oodhye." lb-re were three horses enuayd iri the race ne.<l tliev duiy ariived at the stariinn poM, AJM^iet-n M»1 MisS Willow (both .unniriL' in tne nomination of K Bing>»r) i.- il iCar-.y ftise. The helling v.jm odd,-i on \ii {iwru. *1 it, f rhe other*. Krom n s»j«rl, AiJ , Green and Easy b'isn bolted a n.i'e As liny lin...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FARM AND DAIRY. PAYMENT FOR BACTBRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

THE FARM AND DAIRY. j PAY 11HNT i-'OH BACTBRIA. "Cleanliness lias a market value. This is particularly true where Cleunliuess contributes to the quality of the food product. It litis always been recognised that cleanliness should have a most important place in the production of milk, but strange to say, until recently tile number of quarts of milk and its chemical composition were the only things ^on which prices have been set. N'o price was set on cleanliness'. The results of clean methods arc the banishment of dirt and the banish ment of bacteria from milk. As soon as the certified milln movement lie nan, prices immediately jumped f.»r certified milk from -id. to fid., then to "id. and now to lOd. per quart. The chief reason for this was the standard for bacteria which was set at 10,000 ex. by the Certified Milk Commission. In certified miik we have only one standard for cleanli ncss and one price. There are no de screes of exei'llrnce provided and iiu prices corresponding to the ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

Follow Who Can. For Quality sad Prices of Our Goods. We Defy Coiapejr&on In Groceries In Drapery. In Boots and Slices. Compare Our Prices with Others. LYNCH BROS, Mary Street, Dookie. Agents for Mount Lyeil Manures, Also National Mutual Life Insurance Co. Shirt Styles of 8kSeason! Ncil\a;- : ;V.1.*!a j'.ve:.'.rr co»r.(pi't U> a :u.'n- ucf.c.'si'nncc tlv.n r» iil;1' Shirt. Vou'J! look over *o much .in a pleasing ?»yle from Your comfort will be in by wearing Shirts to acceptable ourc. Our Complete Range of Neat Designs retted in their entirety features indicative of superior make nncl excellent finifth. We've ail the Latest Patterns and Shade* - Oxford, Cambric hnd Varlou* Plain. Cwll in and sen ihetn. McLENNAN'S, .* The Ho mi: of Cc d Clo'In'r.'j. " Sf-!0-**AHTGN. Commonwealth HEAD OFFICE : I ' - JSank of Bustralta SYDNEY Mtukliopinl.iiillclumn! GEN.iRAL SANKIN3 BU3INESS *t EQUITABLY BUILDI^O, COLLINS STREET, ME'.SOURNE AUo « Sj-dnej, Oaiilierr... Perth. Ilob»rt, lirMn.ie,...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

sal or Woe There is no Woe in The 'Barb' WHEEL. . that thoro is nothing but th Batitjfftotion to be go'; out of it. 18 BO well built that thoro is nothing but the maximum of BBtlRfAnh'nn fn ka i _ t it Prices from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged. Send for Catalogue, see tor yourself, Good Reliable Second hand Cycles from £2 10 s. Or we can supply you with a Motor Car. Priee £165 Complete THE METZ 10-12 H.1J. The most economical and simplest to manage. TripBROS., "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 2SS Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. W. B. MO ARE, Local Agent. p. la- M'E>UFFi Housepainter Paperhaiiger. Signwriter.. BEAUTIFY STOUR HOME THE BEST WAY TO DO THIS IS TO ENTRUST THIS WORK TO THE ABOVE, WHO WILL GIVE YOU EVERY SATISFACTION, AND AT BED ROCK PRICE. Estimates Given. ContractsTaken. High Class Work and Square 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. Reasonabl...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Club Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

.Rifle Club Notes, Me:oo<irg of tiio Dookia R;5. j'lUMicyi'iJ to Kitundra nn S.t list '.nd fut-d r. mutch at 5(V GOO yuat Kaitmdni were « two c,[ thfir in-dt HhotS, Mi-gq,, Cummins and Huriy Inyli; >tood nut to the (ihunin*, D uiliit* did very thitu's considered, in "ettinj; i 45 p int* of the locals), who, i; lie said, flint extremely well ! muits The detailed ooorts under : K-itaudra. Putti'niinr 57 Siindn Ob ,ler Mnyln'i 54 Ourrio 53 M>it Mnylnti 5.5 Sands 47 I'rid-iiux 47 Po .vU s " 45 Do,; Srw r. u-er H1 i!«in< M cf'a»th Rinnfctt Smith Blair K tlvrny Knox 41?. At thi> conclusion of the m -pet-ch wns made hy Mr. Cuv in which he extended a wek"; i'h* Dookie team, and hNo i-xp (jl-jimuri! a: the club's re en 'be - auk?. Mr, McCarthy, uxptft'll ..| ' I ) inkirt team, suitinly re-p .hanking the Ivitandra club I hospitality imd j^nod aftorDomi ? On Saturday, 2Uth inst , a :. uid sweepstakes will b« shut ! .he Dookiu range ftt 200 ac: yurda. On Saturday,...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Recorder. "Unwarped by Prejudice, Unbiased by faction, Irrespective of nationality r creed, Justice mere we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, FEB 11, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

tEbe IRecorber. Utiwarpt-.d by iiicjudiQU, 'Juoi-i-ivM i>y Motion, 1 rrt i vi* of 'i.it Highly ->t cjret'd, TI i U K->! ),\ Y. FIJB 11, 1015 Mossih. Muutz Bros. notify two clearing sales in this issue. Next Wednesday they hold one at Shep pstrton on account of Matthew Krweii, and the other is ub Pino L'-dni (opposite the railway station) on hu-sda\, 18 h inat , on account of W. ,). Wright. Don't forget. "J.R." Nalinya.- Your request will receive attention next week. On Friday niyht last (wrires out Kitand'ii correspondent} the loom i lilt: oltih lads met >0 Hay »oiid-bye to one of their c .uradcs, Mr, PI. Ctl'iie, who tias joined the tomes and leaves f ii camp this week. The demand lor horses for military uid other pU'poSeS still continues \t the 13-n ilia Corporation Yards mi Woiulny, '22i.d I'Yhiua'V, Messrs M. Q Mc.Vimaia and Co (Henalhi) and Ca ph- II and lions (Jvuk's M.iziar, n: oo u ? lie) are holdini; a special sale nd will have hu\i*ff- present. for 150 " r*es, ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

'i It's Safe Time You Know What That Means. Oar Entire Stock of New and Stylish Summer Goods to be Cleared Out Regardless of Cost. All Who Grnml the Purse should Visit onr GREAT,.-^-' SummerjSale, which commences on Monday. February 1st, and continues for four weeks. The Following1 are Just a Few of the Bargains : Millinery and Showroom u> For 7 s Gd-Ladies Print Costume?, worth !2a 6d For ]2a oil -L'idits Floral Voillo Costumes, usually 21s For os lid - Ladies White one-pieae Robes, usually 10a 6d For 21a-La-lita White Embroidered uutl Sponge Cloth Goa tunics, usually sold fit -35s Dress Department,/-?5C> At la-Double Width Voiles, Crepea, etc , usually sold at 3s and 2s G i At 13 lid-IJouiilo Width Embroidered Crepe3, Eipple Crepes, etc., sold anywhere at 3a Gd At 4Jd-D-'Uble Width Cotton Cashmeres At 3a 11.f rti 5s I Id dcz.--Bnlauco of our Cotton Crepes, Poplins, Whipcord!', Crepona, und Prints, 'were usually 7}d to Is yard. At 7jd-Double Width Silk Alualins, usually la Cl...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Races to Come. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

5'aces to Come. i'WBKUAKY. 17 Violet To'-.'n Rano Club 18 IJchnoii U-iciiig Club 'JO Y-trroweya!; fuif Club MAKCfl. 17 Numurkah St. Pi'.trick'd Day Ruces 17 Kuioo, Racing Clnb 25 Iviiitioro Turf Olub 9.6 Kyiibram Turf Oiub APRIL. .f> Diircaicng and Mir- ' ' u - . tiict Tur£ Ol'-.';

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Yabba Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

Yubbii Farmers' Union. (From ii CInriI's-poiKiGiit), The monthly meeting of the above union was held on Tuesday, 2nd inst, a good attendance of members being present. A. II. Hassell, inanuro manu facturer and importer, wrote with reference to a report which had gained currency to tho effect that he was unable to supplv manure. Mr. TI asell stated ho has now a shipment on hand and another due to arrive tho second week in February. lie was also prepared to take legal action if ho could ascertain who was responsible for spreading the false report. The oifer of commission from A. "E. Date on sales of bis goods was accepted. The Secretary of the Railways Standing Committee intimated that the proposed cross country railway from Donkie to Betia'da Yarrawoiig.i lim* was the second last on the list of lines submitted for report to the Committee, and that it would bo a few months before they visited Dookio to take evidence.-Mr. Cummins moved, and Mr. Gunn seconded, that tho secretary write th...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
War of the Nations. SERVIA. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

War of tl\o Nations. fBy " Europas."] SERVIA. Although Servia has taken a comparatively unimportant part in tlie present war, j;. must, |)0 re. memoercd that in Sarajevo wore fixed (he three pistol shots that set the world on lira. The innate hate of Austria (hat, nliimhers in the blood of every Serb originates in the racial ha trod ol Slav U>r Teuton, hut has since 1878 been fostered by the memory of annexation of Bosnia ana Her/.govirr.v by the greater power in that year. Servia, to the north-west of the I i-iai/.an "eninsnlar, is a kingdom i of X8.7G0 sqOafn is «{ r<W<>n <«f rugged iuoiiiii.ain.1, !llc sides of wliicJj are clothed with forests of pine and lir, and, lowev i down,- with olive and myrtle, oak! and beech ; whilst, in tho fertile) valleys below we find thai tclme.co ' and maizo is grown. Fruit trees arc also cultivated, and tho national dr/ti'* '"slivovitza " is distilled from piums. The mineral wealth of the country remains unex...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Loan Question. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

The Loan Question. j The Shopparton " News " says : Or. P. W. Ryan, in accordance with his notice of motion, moved ilicit £3000 be borrowed for cx nenditure on works in Dookie Riding. Cr. Sheil : This is a matter that in my opinion might be hold over for a time. The Chairman: I think it would be wise to hold it over. < Cr. Ryan : I beg your pardon. The Chairman : I repeat that it would be a wise course to pursue to hold it over. Cr. Ryan: I think no time is like the present. It would be un wise to hold tho matter over further. Cr. M'Part.land seconded the motion. Cr. Green agreed with Ci. Sheil that it would be a bad time to enter the money market- at pre sent. Cr. Pinchbeck thought it would bo necessary to borrow money to acquire the quarry, but still hn was of iho opinion this matter might bo further adjourned. Cr. Phillips said there was a lot of money to bo parted with some way. The Main Roads Board seems to bo in that position that " we don't know where we are." Cr. ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Luke's Church of England. Harvest Thanksgiving Services. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

Luke's Church of Harvest Thanksgiving Services. Tho harvest thanksgiving: ser vices of St. Luke's Church of England was held or Sunday at Dookie, large Congregations being present at both morning and even ing services. The church was prettily decorated by members of the congregation, and despite the failure l'10 l|ai'vest, a rather good display WaJ nlacie. r Special singing n-aa a feature 01 *'10 .s°r" vices, tho hymns chosen lot i..ie occasion being remarkably well 1 vondored, The thanks of tho vestry is duo for tho help given by Mrs. W. Matthews (who was a valued member of St. Luke's choir when residing at Dookie) and Miss B. Halkun, both of Shepparton. and who kindly came out to assist in j tho singing. j The Rev. John K". Taylor was j the preacher, and for tho morning I discourse iiiy text was taken from the 104th Psalm, 2Sth verse, "Thou oponest Thine hand." Tiio ch'Mr gave the anthem, " He waterotli the hills," tho solo being ably rendered by Miss . Annio Torgrimson, the quart...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

DOOK.1K AdUfCUIvriTKAl, 'fixtraatu from Fr ucipal's Report for -m ,",wn d-a *«4Ut Jnuui-y, 191o). I'i-viewiu:* ih» wo k done during j the y.-.ir in the various branches, consider int: the season, the results hsvn been very satisfactory FortU' nately ItiHt vrnr, when the crops wcru heavy. la-se tft-etvcB of fodder weie stored as HU insurance against a Ivad season, over 1000 tons of hay, erinili't"', etc . being laid by. By u-dng the binder and thresher also .*7 . were able to lay by a vary largo quantity of good straw, soim of wnioh has' been sold at ft satisfac tory price. Our system of fodder ..onaciv-.uon ag-.u'si wt.iuii soma 3 bus been le'.eiho has thu.-i justified itself. The liv.-rUK'k on the College lilt! tar too valuable to allow us to speoulate with the seasons, aud mr aim is to secure ua or.tra years | supply iu advance. Moid than average results were obi .lined in the cropping, 'about 1700 bushels o( wheat being harveBted in addition to 150 bushels from the ex perimental ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Devenish-Springhurst Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

I - % uevenisli-Springliurst I R:iilw:iy. Th»* al ov»« pro iS'iys th*4 Y;<rr-» » .. M-r«'ury ") was a^ain ^r-m . til un '? » tin; notice of thi* eoflneil of i!... V-trr Wohjjh A. und P. Associ Siuuroay, when Mr. A. A Mannui^ u;*i«i tii i' ft u previous? Mi».'etint' Mr. C J. Kv*<n lm<* *!rawn nuuiiionio h r»?port oi >i d< p'irnnental oftc^r, ui o hvl ni'd'* »i« in 8|JK'tiori of h line from SprihirhnrMt to 1 This mutter wa* l»rutiulit- ui« nt I lit* l)ookie conference, at -vhidli f liin Association wn« repr»*a»«nted hy Me^r K\nn, lewis unil limx^lf, hilt it wft jiL'r«'ed lo hllow the paint, o* connection with the li^nHtla-V iirMwon^ i line to be Milled hy the Hallway t)»«partm»'nt, the reason i)fing that wiuUt tli?* vari 'ti* hodh'^ wen* qurtfrwUii^ iiinmi th.» matter ih'-y niiuht Jom» tho lin(* altoi»eth»*r. Mr Kyan had moved a motion that the ^Rsoeia'ion vaite to th- Ynhi'u Farmer.*' Lea^n poiming out that there ha»l been a br«*;»o'* ol...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

TENNIS. A most enjoyable .lfternoon's ti'Uins whs played netweeri the Box wond anJ Ste'.varton eluhis on the uourta of the Utter last Saturday. After the luutuh, afternoon ton whs provided i>y the Stuwaiton Indies, ivhiuh '.van' muuh aupri oiated. The folio., inij uiti the scores : Messrs Kennedy Bros be-it Messrs Bemdt tin Lud^rmin, 12-7. Messis Gro^iin iind Fehitmnn beat .Wears Davis Ur.'s., 12-7. Boyd und Gillis heat Qiirhoy mid Ludeioan, 12-G. Messrs Cain and Boyd heal =rs Ryan and Corbny, [2-0. ,\liri<pn FuifV and Kennedy heat M: s. MePuttland and Miss Dodd, 9-1. Misses Williams and Kennedy beat Misses Trenuy and Boyd, 9 - 3. Mth. MjPartland and Mr. J, Lude man bent .Vliss Fuiey and Mr. .J. M.- nn.dy, 9-'1. 'IV:a!*- Box vood, 59 p;itm<-- ; Su;.'. 11.11, 6J, gullies. OUT KnUndr.i correspondent xviites - Katandiu tennis players journeyed to Muring Dip last Saturday, and, although beaten hy 14 ^ames, spent a most enjuyahle afiorti'ioa. Eighteen persons qua...

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Yabba Rabbit Destruction League. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

Yublni Rabbit". Destruction l^eaprue. The annual meeting of the above I Leaeue was held on 0:h inat, Aft'-r Ih'. balance shoe! had been ro'ld and I adopted, and torriml buMnesU dis posed ill, lh"; chaiinmn (Mr. Jan. Cummins) introduced llr, Marshall, district rabbit inspector, who wi present a', tho invitation 01 the League. Mr. Marshall explained thut Gi"ing 10 different regulations bin visit to the (iintHcS had been delayed uboui two months. He it1'*,': and i fully 'rivHrtud tin-) «tni of rahiiit dPhiuint..:::,for thu <?«' <.' which ho Wu9 Heiu rcspciiMDh; by thu Ili-paitmenfc. fie haa . Cw " gang ,)f men etnuloyed if the di-tlci j Mild din not intend to ren.ove them whi u there riMMiiin d liny Work to: i them t1 j do. The asiistant Chief Inspector had informed him that he expected not a single burrow or 11 day's work to he left oil any properly Mr. Marshall in conclusion, thanked the League 'or thu valuable aasist ?mee it had given him in tho past, and trust...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 11 February 1915

TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST. The monthly meeting was held on Tuesday, at the conclusion of the Council business. Com. Fell (chair). CORRESPONDENCE. From J. Ryan, Katandra, asking to be supplied with the total amount of water rates collected annually for stock and domestic purpose by the Trust. The subject is to be discussed at the next meeting of the Yabba Farmers' Union, as to the desirability of urging the various shires interest- ed to borrow money for the construc- tion of the Nillahcootie scheme. The information asked for would give an idea what rate would be required to pay interest and sinking fund on the cost. — Attended to. From W. Ross, Pine Lodge South, stating that he noticed by a news- paper report that the chairman of the Trust advised holding public meet- ings to agitate for the Nillahcootie water storage scheme. All he had spoken to in his district favored the suggestion, and he desired to know on what lines they proposed to go. They had formed a Farmers' Union in the distr...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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THE LAND TAX BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 February 1915

THE LAND TAX BILL. Speaking <?n the above question Mr. Parker Moloney, M.P.. is reported in " Hansard" thus' J[r. Parker Moloiwyi I cannot al low tlie extravagant, statements made by smile honor-Able members oppo site, ami repeated fiy others in par rot fashioii, lo pass unchallenged. T'r.e honorable member for New Eng land apologised for what ho h:ul to say on tlio ground that he did not address the Chamber very often. 1 presume that lie would not have said spry much had lie not been afforded an opportunity »f reading the speeches which have already boon delivered by other honorable mein tois upon this Hill. ^>v. W. Elliot Johnson: Thn- is not; .fair. m 'Parker Moloney: His whole speech was a repetition of the state ments of previous speakers. Mr. \V. Elliot Johnson: That is nor happens, and is quite unavoidable, Mr. Parker Moloney: 1 suppose that he thinks it is ii^irood story, and. therefore, cannot be repeated too often. Honorable members opposite would have the co...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 February 1915

pitfcn&uEdrsuazHr.'OEirai; y?oiy Time You Know What That leans. 0nr Entire Stock of New and Stylish Hfmimer Goods to he Cleared Oat Regard Iesn of Cos'. All Who Gmcrd the Pur.se should Visit our which commences on Monday, February 1st, and continues for lour weeks. The Following are Just a Few of the Bargains : Millinery and Showroom For 7s (53-Ladies Print Costumes, worth I2s Gd For 12s Gd-Ladies Floral Voille Costumes, usually 21a For us lid-Ladies White one-piece Kobes, usunlly 10B Gd Fur 21s-Ladies White Embroidered aud Sponge Cloth Cos tumes, usually sold at 35s Dress Bspartmenu./^o At Is-Doul>!« Width Voiles, Crepes, etc, usually sold at 2s HDd 2s (id At la lid - Dju:.!1: Width Embroider:.i Crepsa, Ripple Crepes, ph?., sn'.i anywhere :if, 3s Gd At 'I'd-Double Width C >:um C.isiiaieri-s At 3s 11 1 to 5s 11il don. - Balance of our Cotton Crepes, Poplins, Whipcords, Crnpons, and Prints, were usually 7.',d to 1? yard. At7id-Double Width Siik Muslins, usually Is Cloth...

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