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Pigeons in Warfare. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Pigeons in Warfare. It is not generally known that all the armies and navies* uf the world can fall back on ollicial pigeons, if necessary, and that the birds belong ing to the British Navy have their ollicial standing and numbers just us the handymen have. Diirinfr the Boer War our Army had lt« oarrier-plgeon system. The '>inN brought messages from all the towns beleaguered by the Uoer invaders, and when Sir George White's force was cooped up in Ladysmlth winged messengers carried several despatches from that gallant ofllcer to the iiifu who wero slowly fighting their wnv to his relle#. The first war In which piuiM>!i. wero used ns messenger* was t h. Franco-Prussian, and the birds car ried news Into and out of besieged Paris. A pos' was establish".! at Tours, and righi through the sii-tf regular mails woro carried bi-twi-i-i Paris and Tours by pigeons.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S COUNCIL OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

[ ===== (Jlmrcli Notices. . i ST. LUKH!S COUNCIL OF ENGLAND March 2] - 4th Sunday in Lent, Dookie College, 0 a.m. Dookie, 11 a.m., (Mattins) j Pine Lodge North, 3 p.tn. Annual ! meeting of parishioners after | the service. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Evensong, Preacher-Thr Rkctor. Wednesday, 8 30 a.m , Children's Class in Sc. Luke's, Dookie, We<ines«lay, 7.30 p.m , Kwd^iil'. Thursday, choir practico, 8 p.m. St, Luke'* annni! implmiuj «»t p:ui-itii»n. cr.* will be held in the Church «m March '28th, after cveu.-oug.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Blind Typists. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Blind Typists. Though probably ao person pos the full use of Ills oycflitrhf ca'i firm nny definite idea of the s»n r»l»» of those afflicted with Mind' iV'Ss it is open to all to admire, unci, in some extent, appreciate the won derful way in which sightless men ami women rise superior to this tor ril-le handicap. Almost everyday one comes across fjvsh proofs of the courage and pcr ^.'VWnnce of blind people. Mr. II. \V. 1'. Pine, .secretary of thf Ko>;tl Midland Institution for the I'.lind, states that two pupils of t H«* inst it utioh Jire now holding positions ii stenographers. one of ihes«* is employed at the olliees of the York ^hir" Education Committee, while tho . >ih«*r haa a post, with a London mer chant. Ho states that, these in«i hold their positions entirely on merit, and that ho known of a. num» h«*r of similar cases. AH these blind stenographers, iniys riiie, take down note? on y shorthand machine at the rate of about ono hundred words a minute, and afterwards type...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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PRESBYTERIAN CURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

PUESH\TKIUAN CuiJWH. Cushcl, 11 a.ni, Oos^rove, 3 p.tn. Youainnite, 7.30 p.m. Minister, Rev, .1. 13. Titylor.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facing Fearful Odds. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Facing Fearful Odds,' It is a fatal mistake for ft cost* iniiiiiltn' to (lespiriw tho army In front . if liiui, even though itrs numbers inny I !. much than his own, as the (lonmui general before Liege found tn his cost, and as Edward IT. lwirn c*<i nt Ufiiui''cMiuru. I 'rum classical times to the present, 'lay. victory lins by no means nlwavn (rune to tin- bi^ battalion". Garri lialdi and 1.i?? two thousand or so red shirts ina -ie the kingdom of Italy pussitilf, whili- she British Army !n< 111»t!ii11ur lnifr to show than t hp de nude in" Itorke's Jh-iit, when eiirhty ini'ii hi' the IMtli, with a. few mi'ii oi . . t hi.-:- iv^imeuls, ili-iVati.il some -3,<"i Zulus, ami sawd Natal. i tn- .if the hardest fought. battU-s of th>- l-'ranco- I'liissian War was Worth, u hi'i'i- tlio livneh were outnumber.1'! <<\ nearly three to one, but made -.mil a gallant resistance that tlieir in killed and wounded were tv»,.r than the Oertnans....

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

trar woods. e Deif uompeti' ft# BI16S Compare Our Prices witli Others. JViary Street, DooKie. A Rents for Mount Lyell Manures, Also National Mutual .Life Insurance Co. jjaiscr-use csG===»«c==r3ttcr=»K=r=M®* !es of the S£3S0fl! Nothing adds greater comfort to a man's appearance than a neat Shirt. You'll look ever so much smarter in a pleasing stylo from here. Your comfort will be in creased by wearing Shirts so acceptable at ours. Our Complete Range of Neat Designs reflect in their entirety feature« indicative of superior make and excellent finish. We've all the Latest Patterns and Shades - Oxford, Cambric and Various Plain, Call in and see them. McLENNAN'S, .' TOf of Qocd Clothing. " SHE?PARTCN Common weaitb J^Bank of Hustralfa HEAD OFFICE " SYDNEY Ml «4Bk It open for 111 clum o! GENERAL BANKINGS BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AIm »* Sydnpr, Cunbtrrc, Ad»]ai:l«, Perth, Ifoburt, lirhbano, Kocklnmpton, Trmuville, »nd Londom. Wh JMattUncM aud« to, itid draft*...

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

tfeal or Woe There is no Woe in -csS '1 he WHEEL. fr: =o well built that there is nothiug but the maximum of fiatiafaofc-iorj to ha got out of ife. Prices from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged. Send /or Catalogue, see lor yourself. Good Reliable Secondhand Cycles from £2 10s. Oj we ran supply you with a Motor Car. Price THE METZ 10-12 h.p. The economical and simplest to manage. jnjslla^V BROS., BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. W. B. HO A RE, Local Agent. f?. la- JW'JDOFF, jjfp^SBsS Complete Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter.. BEAUTIFY STOUR HOME THE BE3T 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 Square Dealing. ADDRESS- Wyndbam Street, Shepparton, (New Premises Opposite Savings Bank), .. Ot Orders may be left at this Office. TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE FOR JOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prides. Prompt Delivery. Dan Charleston's! CYCL...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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War of the Nations. RUSSIA (Part I.) [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

War of tlie Nations. [By " Europas."J RUSSIA (Part I.) Tho vast Empire of the " autocrat of nil the Ruaaians " covers an area of nino million square miles, equal, as the present ruler once boasted, to ooosixth of the land surfaoe of tbo world. It i3 customary to trent Asiatic Russia (Sibera) separately, but Naturu has made no such distinction The Ural mountains are a lint) ol low, rounded ridges which form no interruption to tho flora and fauna of the great plains rolling eastward and westward. Russia is an absolute and strongly centralised monarchy. Bibber ad ministration is represented by tbo Emperor, who unites the supreme legislative, exeoutivo and judioiul powers, lie has four distinct coun oils to advise him-(I) Committee of Ministers; (2) Council of the Em pire; (3) The Senate; (?!) Holy ?Synod. The members of the coun cils, with tbo exception of tbo Holy Synod, are nominated by the Czar. Tho Czar is not head of the Church -all religious legislation rests with tbo Holy Synod....

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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The Recorder. "Unwarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mere we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915. Starving: Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

tlbe IRecorbefi 36 Uuwarped Dy pcejudioe, lgb Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective cf nationality or creed, 3B Justice mete we out impartially to all.'" THUKSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915. am )e< Starving: Belgium. ^0 Idl How many of those, we wonder, ^ that read this article have ever know: e real irremediable hunger? Hc"la! many of them have ever faoed th: world with empty bands, and sli0a their hopes burned behind them' How many of them have faoed th; desolation of war and slaughter, Dc:,r", in newspaper columns, but ou tbe blaokened ruins of their own heart!)."1! unroofed to the steel-grey wiure:^' skies ? 80 stand the women of Bel ' gium ! A few months ago tbey b?.i hemes enriched by thrift and diii-al genoe. They had prosperous cities throbbing with trade, tbey had peace ful lives spent amicably amid those that loved them. Tboy had bus- ^ bands and fathers to care for tbeoi, sons and daughters to watch over' aud protect. They looked the world quietly in the face with the aaaur ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Drifting Sands. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Drifting Sands. Nature generally provides for hor dangers |>y supplying means o( avert ing or preventing them, and non-hen is this rule moro apparent than in her system of defending her coast lands by planting thereon a hind inn weed that will support the shifting sands. In Home parts of Australia, how ever, Hume Nature has neglected to make this wise provision and in these districts' it is only reasonable for the peo; lo to see that due precautions are taken. Where this duly has been neglected, sufllcient warning Ikis been given of the transitory nature 01 the sandy regions. I'sually the destruction of coastal districts is due to encrouchment of the sen, and nrany and gruesome iu'e tho stories told in England of vari ous happenings of this kind. One of the most often related is that of a village in Suffolk which was swal lowed up in the ocean in F/lward the Confessor's time. Seven churches a couple of gaols and a monastery all disappear^!, and the credulous be lieve that when st...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australia's First Cloth Factories. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Australia's First Cloth Factories, f tch *l' all know that Aus i ... i- the most important pro ducer of merino wool in the world, few of us realise our utter depen dence mi oversea manufacturers for our olcHhiii|{. Indeed, if outside commerce wero effecii ely stopped it is more than likely that would be quite unable Ici clothe ourselves with our own In international exchange goods in-.* exchanged I'or goods and it is thp 1;ic'm'which we gel for our row wool which enables ns to pay for the inaiiuf.ict ureel ;iri 'I he quantify of wool locally used lias considerably increased during re cent year:-. The past, decade has seen tie quantity of manufactured doih. doubled and there is still plen ty .a room for further expansion, it is encouraging to note that in on two cases lately Yorkshire cnid'al and skill lias been transfer red to Australia with every np|>eur a nee of success. I Wool manufacturing in Australia has hud a long?though chequered career. As far hack a-s 1801 the in dustry...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

ricuJfnviil Colleges. J<cpor!3 "p"t'ivpo from iJie Do >kio aiut Longervn^nc: Colleges for the month of .February intim I-.-J: that although iii' /imht condi tions still exist the reserves of fodder on hand nre sufficient to moot requirements of the stock for a considerable time. At Longerenong 30 tons of silage had been made from amber cane during the present summer, and it was expee'ed to seenre a further supply from the crops now growing. 130 acres of land has been summer-fallowed. A full complement of students returned at the beginning of the session, and several applications for admission have had tn be held over until next session. . At Dookie a commencement has been ? made to sow 40 acres of skinless barley as fodder for dairy cows. etc. This crop is quick growing, sweet, ami nutritious, and with good rains any time during March, will give good autumn feed. It is intended to put in a'bout 20 acres of a mix ture of early manuring wheat and skinl ess barley for sil...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Padded Press. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

The Padded Press. "Billy T."--Although this is tho greatest war of all time, al though it is fought in the heart of Europe, within touch of the elab orate means of communication set up by the best-equipped civili sation the world has known, and although the wealthy papers of all the world have scores of bril liant writers on the fields, seeking out every trifle of news, the fact remains there has not been a war in two hundred years about which the people am so ill-informed. How little we know of the war! Columns and columns of cables aro printed every week. How little they convey! We get a mere; skeleton description of a battle which fifty or a hundred years ago would have decided the fate of nations. In a paragraph of an inch-and-a-half the story of a stupendous struggle is told. All this throws the war into a wrong perspective. We are looking at it, as it were, through the wrong end of the telescope. We see eveything in little, and oven when it is dinned into our ears that somethi...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DAIRY BUTTERMILK CALVES. AS A CREAMERY SIDE LINE—EXPERIENCE OF AN ONTARIO CREAMERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

THE DAIRY lU'TTIORMIU-C CALVE:--. AS A CREAMERY SIJDli LlNtC-KX I'EHTKNVK 01" AN ONTARIO CRKAMERY.MAN. Win. Newman, of Victoria Count). Ontario, writes in "Farm andDairj" 011 "Calf-rearing as a Creamery Side Line," as follows : The profitable handling of the but termilk from ? our creameries lias al ways been more or less i.f a pro blem. The best way is to sell it as a form of drink, which can profitably be done where tin- creamery is in a town, or oily. Another way is to feed it to hogs directly from the creamery, .or to sell it to fanners for that purpose. Cenerally when one is selling ii to farmers there will be times when the creamery is not able to hold all the buttermilk, because the fanner?, ?'! a busy season, do not. takci it a way readily, and it is allowed to go to waste. Again the hogs must, have pens, and it is frequently autioyiiu to the creamery to have the flavour of hogs in its atmosphere. 1'Vir some year* T hnve thought that: htitterniilk fresh from the churn would ...

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 — 18 March 1915

taster sg§Mi3SL. Meeting. To be held on the Dookie Racecourse, near Cosgrove, on Sasfer Monday. J$pril dih, J9W. Proceeds in aid ol R.C. School. Under permission of V.R.C. PliOGRAMME. To Start at .1.30. Brush Hurdle Race, Handicap. About 2 Mile?. First, trophy value L6 6s; second, trophy value I/J 2s. (gift of Mr. T. "Rvan). Minimum weight 9sl 7lh. ftntry (is. Maiden Hack Race. Five furlongs. First, trophy value L-l: second, trophy value LI. Weight, lOst Til). Kiltry 4s. Handicap Pony Race. 14.2 a.u. Five furlongs. First, trophy value L4; second, trophy value LI. Minimum weight. flst 71b. Entry 4s. Easter Handicap. One Mile. First, trophy value L? ; second, trophy value L2 2s. Minimum weight. '.1st 71b. Kntry 7s. Novelty Pony Race. Handicap. Four furlongs. First, trophy value L4; second, trophy value LL. 12 yards allowed for every inch under ,14.2. Minimum weight, !>st 71b. Height of ponies to he sent with entry. Entry 4s. Handicap Trial Stakes. About <> furlongs. F...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Rifle Shooting. KATANDRA v. NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Rifle Shooting. KATANDRA v. NUMTJRKAFI. The Kuliindra pumcjtd to N'umuriinii one (iuy list weak iu:d lire.; a mutch with tint club nt the 500 niid GOO yti'd.-i ranuis. Kutundia >mr.in dipphiyed -^onti shoo!,in«, and bent their opponents hy 2fj points, Hivjieo us iirid<;r ; - - KtUandra. J. Moylan H. Pridenux M. Moy'an R. Tate .1. Cummins F. Sands W. Piidesvix H. Inglis Totals C. Weir J. Mupletoft, jr. Killeen G. Baker Kittson W. Teare W. Grant W. Bigneil Totiils 500yd9 GOOyds T'l. IM :!1 Go 32 32 G4 31 30 01 27 32 59' ?.!) ' 29 58 -29 2G 55 2G 20 51 21 24 4S 229 4G1 OOOyda GOOyds T'l. 33 32 Go 31 2G 07 20 30 55 27 28 55 33 32 55 25 2G 51 28 21 -19 25 '21 4G 227 20G ? 133 232 Numtirkab.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Wool Market. Dalgetv's held their fourteenth and concluding .s i!e of regular series on Monday, when they oliered 3051 bales. There were some good wools, both greasy and scoured, included, though the selection was generally speaking only a moderate ono. Com petition was keen and .M-nornl, and prices may be considered quite equal to highest point u smsuu. America was ".gain to thy fore for all superior sorts, while tcpnmking descriptions wen' engeily competed fur by both the .'lame ;;nd Continental trade. The best pi ice for merino was 1 -5J, obtained by Mr. Georgs Curlqiai.-ick, from Reedy Creek, in the south ec.-t of South Australia ; whilst sci-uu-d.-, of which there w:is a good selection, realised up to 2ijd fur fJ. Hughes' super combing hom Broken Mill, whil-j C. E. Bailey's liuckayinga, Heiicy, New South Wales, realised 24d.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Dookie District Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Dookie District Rifl The annua: meeting of the Dookic District, Kiilc Club was held in ilie A.N.A hail on Wed nesday evening. 10th inst.. when there was ;< lair attendance of members. The principal business of the night was the adoption of rules and the election of office bearers. It was agreed to adopt the rules as set out by the regulations governing rifle clubs (C.M.li\) "en bloc." The annual subscription being fixed at os. The following office-bearers were olected ; President-Cr. P. W. Ryan. Captain-Mr. J. McCarthy. Secretary-Mr. W. Allison Blair. Treasurer-Mr. L. G. Kouvray. Committee - Messrs. II. Fye (pro. torn.), B. Boyd, A. McFar lane and .T. Ii. Smith. At a committee meeting sub sequently held, Messrs. II. I've (pro, tem.) and Blair were ap pointed Deputy-Captains, and it was decided that the committee meetings be held fortnightly (every alternate Tuesday) at the A.N.A. Hall. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 23rd ; March. I Accounts totalling £11 0s lid...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Races to Come. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 18 March 1915

Ksices to Come. MAROri. 2o Kilmoie Tnrf Club 26 Kyabram Turf Ciub APRIL. 5 Dookio Aoiatour Turf Club 5 Dar^ivloug and Murchison Dis trict Turf Club 5 Longwood Racing Club 9-10 Waugaratta Turf Club MAY. 20 Rochester Jockey Club Thosu who wish to taise their own peach utiri apticot trees from the seed should tiy the following plan - Collect ail the peach and nectarine atones and put them iu a cool, shady place to dry. In I'Vbruaiy and Mu.ro h place them alternately in layors of sand in old kerosene tins, and staud then) in a oornei nf the gardou In September carefully turn the content.-; out. and you will find a splendid lot of peaoh kernels putting out their first roots. These should be planted out lino onions only a little further apart. In autumn they can be budded with pe'iohec, neoUrinoa and apri.*-'-:

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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To Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 25 March 1915

To Our Reader 8. Very ofton an interesting item may come under your notice, l'ou j may witness somo interesting oc i currence which would be of general I interest to the public and your dis ; trict. Wo invite you to send it I along, written in a short, crisp, j style, the criopur the better. j The editor will carefully peruse all communications sent, whether they be in political, social or othpr form, and they will bo treated as strictly confidential. All items must, however, be well authenticated, and from a reliable source. All commu nications will bo acknowledged in the correspondence columns. Newspaper clippings are also ac ceptable, and facts about people such as deaths, marriages, sooial events, etc ; in fact on all events, will be carefully read and, if suitable, pub lished. We wish to make this journal as interesting as possible, and you may help us if you desire. Give us your opinions on the current topics of the day-they may prove of interest to our readers. If you do not ...

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