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Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

(Jlmrcli Notices. LUKE'S COUNCIL OT' ENGLAND April 11 - First Sunday after Easter. Caniambo, 11 a.m. (Mattina), NuliDgu, 3 p.m. Evensong. Dcolne, 7.30 p.m. Evensong. Preacher-TUB CUBATE. Wednesday, 8.30 a.m., Children's Class in St. Luke's, Dooltie. Tlmr.silay, clioir practice, 8 p.m. Vestry meeting (important) April 12th, 8 p.m., at the Kectory. Confirmation, Preparation Class every Wednesday, S p.m., Pine Ledge North church.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Settlement of New Norcia. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

Settlement of f!sw Norcia. j IDufhty miles noi'tli "! in 'h>* midsl of a l>rU10 ngrinilt ur.il ur.M known ft-s Victoria lMains 1 i'*s NVw Novda. in iho year JS-JG four Iti'ii-'difl inii^ -two monks and two l;iy ^ -laid tlie foundation of this littlJ j settlement. _ j The first Koin.il) Catholic ltisbop ot | Perth. Bishop Hrndy. knowing that there was n large encampment .ot blacks in this vicinity: warmly es poused their cause uiul on making an nppeal in Home for his in-v.- diocese attracted two Spanish monks lo of fer themselves for service. Hum Sal vmlo ami Pom Serra hail sought re fuge in tiie Abbey of l.a Cav^. near Naples, during- the upheaval of Spain's political affairs in ISlS.'i, While there Don Salvailo gained a great reputation as a musician, peo^ pie ilockiug many miles to hear him play the organ of the Abbey. Finally disparing of ever lifting nWn to return to their native land, th'-y deceVd III become missionaries. Al ter landing in Australia the two Spaniards rema...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

PllESUYTEKIAN ClfUHGH. Cashel, 11 n.iu, Katandra, 3 p.m. Congupna, 7.30 p.m. Collections in aid of Presbyterian Soldiers' Institute, Broadmeadows. Minister, Rev. J. B. Taylor. The frequently deferred world's championship boxing contest be tween .i.iok Johnson, the champion, and tbL- Kuhsus cowboy, Jess Wil lard, took place at Havanna, Cuba, on Monday. It was stipulated for over 45 rouuds, bu.c in tbo 26th round Willard administered a knock out blow, and the world's champion ship passed from the Mack to the white man. The Russian barque sunk iu the linulisb 'Channel was the Hermes, lO'Otona. The outriiye wuspeipe trated by a German submarine usiim h.unbs in Cutbe ine Hay, on tut; east side of Jersey. The same sub marine sank the British styamer Olivine, 63-1 tons, which was near by. Tno crews of both vessols were saved A report from Denmark states that Geimau Dreadnoughts are display ing activity in the Baltic Sea.

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"THE GREAT GOD—FASHION." [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

"THE GT113AT GOD-FASHION';" "Women came >rito the world with ; nothing to wear and has been in the I same condition ever since," is a , cynical criticism which has been pass- i ed upon the fair sex, mid which she certainly has done her host to justi- j fy "John, I have nothing to wear," j is so old and so frequent a plaint that one cannot be surprised at John j emulating .the story in which the boy cried "wolf" so often that when the tragedy occurred no v>nc came to his rescue. "John may have heard the cry so frequently that now hard times are upon us he will lend an unsympathetic oar to our need, and refuse to dip more deeply into a rapidly lightening purse. This is a tragedy it were best i o ignore ; and many million of minds j which a few months ago were engag ed in the all important hall in which Dame Fashion reigns, have now drop- 1 ped the tape-measure for the* sword ; and dress has been ousted for redress. 1 .fust as l'aris was deciding the mo mentuous question of the c...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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A Belated Birthday Ode. TO THE KAISER. (With apologies to "Old Father William") [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

A Belated Birthday Ode. TO THE KAISEH. (With npoloRioa to "OKI Father William'') You rue late, Kaiser William, the soldier cried, Now you can't have forgotten fche date, Kor y«m fixed on your birthday for Calais' downfall : So the cause of delay plea-e to fitntc. Then you failed your appointment in Paris to keep : And in London exactly the same. There was Chrifttwis - you said you were fipendiriL' with us ; Now pray who do you think in to Mam**? "When my lomnr* were dropped down/' Kaiser Wilhrhn replied, "And (he babies and women were slam, { feit .sure you'd he Jri/jliU'iied and on tilt; run : But it *eems that my efforts were vain.'* In tin? da; a of your youih yen tried h ud, Killer Hill, To ^-et roui'd the riuht side of Grumua. You prot-sed thi»t jou were the heir to her C'own, While t.h< (lernmu one came from Papa. In t in; duyfl of your ape, I'm afraid, Ivai^er Hill, 'i haj, your hc»d is be^innin«j to swell : Now if you were relieved from iho weight of u Crown, Don'...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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THE RIGHT METHOD OF WASHING LACE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

j THE lUHIIT jrETHOl) OF WASII ! IXC! liAOE. Dainty laces and veils are often . spoiled when washed in tho usual : way, or if not actually spoiled they have lost their crisp fresh look. 'Che ; follow iiiii" plan of cleaning them will j !,e found excellent, ami .should be (rieil before deciding to actually wash j them. | I'urcluse two penny worth of hen zoline ; this spirit is . highly inflam i limbic so should be kept away from ! iirtificial light or fire. Take two j uisins and into each put n little of ,'lhe benzoline ; b.v (hen all dirt will ; have dropped out. Shake the luce and it will dry in a few moments and look exactly like new. The reason why t lie lace, retains j its eris/mess is because the spirit i keeps the stiffening of the luce In ! tact, whereas water dissolves It, and I the lace becomes Hubby and loses its ' character. i The lace should be put in the air ' for a few moments uhih' the smell of benzoline passes away. If liked the . lace may be ironed, but there is no ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

Follow Who Can. For Quality ana Prices of Oar Goods. We Defy Competition In (Jrosenes In Br&pe*-y. la Boots and Shoes. Compare Our Prices with Others, if Vi! ft h~: vi ! U B s iAvtvy fit reel. K'ookie. Agents for Blount LyHl Manures, Also National Mutual Life Insurance Co. Shiri Mylesof the Season ! Nothing adds greater comfort to a man's appearance than a neat Shirt. You'll look ever so much smarter in pleading r.iylc from here. Your comfort will be in creased by wearing Ehiris ro acceptable as oura. Our Complete Range of Neat Designs reflect in their entirety features indicative of ?uperior make and excellent finish. We've pll the Lnte>t Pntterns and Shades - Oxford, Cambric and Various Plain. Call in and them. McLE'NNAi^ 's'5CA . r>f c.ctd Chi^sr.g. " Si'ii- T f- A?: 1 CNa Commonwealth of Bustvalia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY nil Bank Is open for si! c!*«-s o! GENERAL 'NANKING BUSINE8Sat EQU1TASLE BUILDING, OOLLlfiS STREET, MELBOURNE XIjo at Sydney, Canberr... Adelaide, Pert...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

Weal or Woe There is no Woe iii The 'Barb' WHEEL. IB BO well built that there is nothing but the maximum of flatisfuctioti to be got out of it. Prices from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged. --bend for Catalogue, bo6 zor yourself, Good Reliable Secondhand Cycles frolii £2 10s. Or we can supply you with r. Motor Car. TH< METZ 10 12 H.V. The mo&t economical and simplest to manage. BHOS, "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 238 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, W. B. HO ARB, Local Agent. J7. La- JVl'lDUFF, Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter.. BEAUTIFY FOUR 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 an<l Square Dealing. ADDRESS-Wyndham Street, Slieppu'i >n, t^--" Pikiihsi-k Opposite Savings Bii>>k), Ot Orders may be left at this Office. TRY THE RECORDER OFtflCE FOR JOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery. Dan Ch...

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Dookie Amateur Turf Club. EASTER MONDAY RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. MR. T. RYAN RIDES FOUR WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

Dookie Amateur Turf Club. EASTER MONDAY RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. MR. T. RYAN RIDES FOUR WINNERS. The Dookie Amnteilr Turf Club hold its Buster meeting ou Mouday lust Under f " .ruble conditions. The proceeds '.vc . j it) aid of the lncul Roman C.itholio School, u ii d the large ormvd of visitors evidenced the interest ntid enthusiasm taken in this annual evtrnt. The siurioa lo< the different tnces, however, woic considerably less thp.ii on former occasions, hut this is not to be wondeied :tt, i>s the keeping of race horses uuder present conditions is rathe expensive. Thy president of ti:t elub, Mr. Jer. Moylan, together with the hrin. Hi-crctiwiefl. Mi'tAifi. W Liignins and Le~. ,'iloylnn, with a full complement of committeemen, must feel highly Ratified at tho very satisfactory result achieved. lhe gate faking* amounted to neiuiy £50. Owing piobably to numerous other race meeungo and counter attractions bein^ h«-ld at Easter time, that amount is much shcrt of last...

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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, APRIL 8, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

CTbe 'IRecor&cr. Uuwaiptril D) ^irr'judJCe, 'Juni.iss^ij tiy faction, Irrespective of nationality «r oreed, I ustice rii"te w»> ou: impartially to all." rUUnSUAY, APRIL 8, 1915 l'lic skuing rink at tnQ Vic! irii flsi.ll will he opened on Satu'iln .vt-niug, Apill 10, from 3 to 10 30, . nd i; the patronage warrants it ui.l i- kept going during the winter mouths. A grand carnival will fcs ....M on Saturday, 1st May, w.ht2 :hern! prizes will be offered for am petition. The rink has been ,-uch i success for severiil years that it i hoped its popularity will be as us ever, us undoubtedly it affords i pleasant evening at a very moderate cost, and even for non-skaters it is» good meeting place. The following amounts were col lected for the Mooroopua Hospital list year by Messrs Runge -mi Harzeti :-H. Ruiiiie £1, J. Barze: £1, Mrs J.Boyd 10s, Mr.Kns :l Od, M. O'Shea 5s, J. Barry 2- 61. Mrs. Turner 2s Od, E. Evans 2s til Geo. Day £1, Jas. Jeffrey 5s, R. £. Jeffrey 10s, W. H. Day £1...

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WOMAN'S WORLD. A REMARKABLE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD. A IlKM A KKA BLK \SKI>IHNO. ' j 'J'lii' I'liurch ,.f SI. 1 '..irnabas, lii'lli I liai (,'rt'i'ii, was i!h' .1' a most. . unusual ri'ivnioiiv iv-enlI\. At. imc , I'cll swoop four sisters took tin- mat rimonial J Tll>-,v wrnl. to thi: altar as: Kli-abeth Louise Bradley,' 25/ i Kmiiy Florence liradley, U." ; .lossu- Alice llradleyi 2) ; .lulia-Maud liradley, 1'.'. Their respective husbands wore : \V. II. Thomas. lift attendant ; Arthur IlelTeruon. labora' ; Thomas l.'Obb, hiUvvfr ; (.'oni'ii'O .Sirt'gg.s, lift att.oniiaai., - 'flit* neighbourhood naturally took a viwil interest in llto wedding and . the church \yo.s crowded with tin ex j cited and interested audience. Some 'anxiety was evinced as to the cor ! Toct assortment of the hrides. for tho i .'amily likeness is so marked that a 'mix-up. would have been excusable. |'flu- lieclarations of the contracting .partie:-: were made singly, but olher . wire tin- service was taken in ' com 1 iitv111.* , Two ot the hap...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

REBE1BER THIS gar We do Job Printing rCrK At Most Reasonable Prices. Make Us Prov® It, i ) 3 I u When You Want to Beach the AirVERT&SE I\ THE V EL^ %w/ E % Published fivery Thursday horning at Mary Street, Dookie. 7s 6d Per Annum in Advance. IPs Per Ar.nunr, if Booked. Posted to any n'Ulress in Australia. READ n^T) r<?^ The Dookie & Katamatite Job Printing A Specialty. !"h. -:f i« ivho docs not need Printing ?>f some Uind. !'i . i 1 >-i!j .' i|iiires the uuiiicmrs lilies thst nrp Oiim-d for in the :i->: >.' h:s ?ip!-::wions. lii i-itliti'in, if he ho live iijvti; ,:.p t»?. hi: '-hi- i-ii'i-iff.ire n>'l price lists to >'.iipp!rmi'nt his .II<".VS,;».i;h!: ndtvriisifiy j' i. : =. p:vst'»! and t« :osprrl ivt\ ill tiitirh with u'b.it m <in t.: :iin! 'I;*.' In- is il:.in ii. There is nr. business :h<it is mil stiscrpib'-. in tin ? mvcii I'i-fil; i:f I'rii:s Ink judiciously used. :i;n! ("iu-'f.-. 1» ii Jos, I'rti...

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Transforming Rational ideas. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

Transientnational luSSS'. "The ,ci»m<>n 01. Wells is gen- ] -eraUy worth a hearing, ami lOnglish-1 ..sspeoking people are given to listen- ! .ing 'with some. respect to his suirees- j tions or criticism. The contention ' put forward, by Mr. Norman Anfjell J that \v;:r .-must lie. abolished beciMist! it ;!o. s not i>tiy is openly ileride'il by , V.'eiis : "Whiii is the. good of this | l»uckf.£er"s . argument ?" he cries, j "Love not pay,, art does not j pay, honrsty is not the best policy, j generosity invites the j mi'.-Uitude of j the ine;ui. 'liven if war paid 12} per cent, . per ailanm for ever on j every pound it c»3t to wage, would it be any the less a siorenin;.' aiioSn- . yinntirm to every dawn* sou! ?" Ili ' jdeads for "r.o vile .argument te the j -pocket," hut appeals to the con mon sjnsc and common feeiinf; of humanity. To overthrow Uiif, tireati j mounter winch has hovered over in: tu»il.tty ever since .the won.' Mr. \vel!a s:'.;;:.e.sts that a c- nn.-.j....

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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An Epigram. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

I Ail Epigram. It seems to mo that war and sport are very much the same. And at the end the victory goes to the sido that plays the game. A monarch when ho broaks all rules earns an inglorious fate ; He cannot rule, for 'tis the rule all rnitTj must bo straight. And in this awiu! war we seo the two opposing schools, For while Britannia rules the waves, the Kaiser waives the rales. - London 1 Daily Mail." The sun gives 600,000 times the light that a full moon does.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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A Chinese Oath. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

A Chinese Oath. 4 A Chinese oath was recently ad ministered in British Columbia with all the ceremonial accompaniments that are observed in China when ar oath is taken in Court. Sever Chinamen were charged with rioting, and one Mob Quoiig, was to testify. The oath was taken 011 the lawn at th» rear o! the Courthouse, in the presence ni a full Court and many intereste-i spectators. It was writ ten In the Chinese language, to v.-hicl: the witness affixed his signature. The charge against the seven men was read to the witness by the in terpreter, whereupon the witness took the following oath "Being a true witness, I shall en joy happiness, and my sons and granrit-'.):;* will prosper for ever. If I law.ly ..ccuse, 1 si;;'.!! die on ths etreet, heaven will punish me, earth will destroy inc. J shall sufTer ad rsrsity, and all my offspring will be exterminated. In burning this oath, I humbly submit to the will of huaven, which b:!s bright eyes to see." After the witness had signed his name...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Fly's Sticky Feet. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

The Fiy's Sticky Feet, j Before the men of science terrified the world with their talk of germs, most people thought that, the house fly was .1 harmless creature, and very cleanly in his habits, since he seem ed to upend a great part of his time in cleaning his legs. But since pub lic opinion has turned against him, some, explanation lias to he found for his apparent cleanliness. . The fact that a i)y can walk on a jlaaed or slippery surface has long been a matter, of observation. It was at first thought that the hairs that cover his legs were so small that they could enter the pores ol the smoothest surface, and in that way hear the weight of his body. Later, it was thought that a -iticky fluid was secreted by the feet, which caused thcrn . to adhere slightly tc the wall. -The advent of the micro scope has made, it possible to ob serve the prcscise facts about the fly's unusual powers. It is true that the fly's feet secretc n kind of grease, but not in liquid form. Each leg has fro...

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Tungamah Shire Council. Monday, March 29, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

Timgamali Sliirc Council. I * i Monday, March 29, 1915. Present-Crs. Cummins (presi dent), Deagan, Feil, Stokes, J. Ryan, Wadeson, Ford, Hodge, Mulquiney, Kelly, and D. Ryan. Correspondence. Front Under Treasurer, for warding account for £376, tho amount payable for tho year 1915, re annual payment under the Licensing Act.--Attended to. From same, forwarding account for £900, being proportion of the endowment of municipalities pay able for the year ending 30th June, 1915.-Received. From Department of Lands and Survey, asking for. a report on road in the parish of Waggaran cla.ll, and asking whether it could be sold without injury to public interests.-Referred to engineer for report. From W. Ellis, Cobram, com plaining that tho township of Cobram was infested with wand ering cattle and pet sheop, and asking if owners were permitted to allow their stock to wander and annoy residents by tho de struction of gardens, troes, etc. Inspector of nuisances to be in formed that wandering stock...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

Agricultural Colleges. ! At t'no monthly meeting of the Council of Agriculture! Educa tion, held on the 3lst Marcli, n. report dealing with the agricul | tural college reserves in the north eastern part of the State (contain I nig an area of approximately ; 2500 acres) was submitted by the committee which recently visited j the locality. One of these areas when obtained by the Council some 20 years ago was badly in fested with briars, and the land was let at a nominal rental with improvement conditions, with the I result that what was practically | useless country has now been converted into productive land worth at least L6 an acre. The Council has now decided to take action in regard to the improvement of one or two of the other areas under its control. The principal of the Dookie Agricultural College in his re port states that the experimental areas are being prepares for sowing, and the following will be j the approximate areas devoted to J the cereal experiments :~Largor plots ...

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Tungamah Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

] Tungamah Water Ti-nst. i~ IJIVIH) J.Q &bo\ £. wis jj/'ir} or1, jvlonuny o: last week. tha chairman, (6cm. Fell) presiding. Correspondence. From C. C. \ oung, Dunbulba iane, asking' for permission to place a small bank across the Baal i (Jreek to conserve a little more water in t]jo hole opposit" his property.-To be informed { , st,ch work could not legally be done, owing to agreement with iV'.imurkah Trust. ^ 1' 10m secretary of public meet ing held at Pine Lodge, forward ing copies of resolutions agreed | to, viz. (1) That the landowners ; ot Pine Lodge and district con sider that the time is ripe for prompt action to secure tin- Nii lahcootie water scheme, and that steps be taken to assist other bodies to frame ;i workab1" scheme to pur, before the Minister! (~) That tho chairman of the loca' water trust be asked to convene public meetings throughout tho | trust area to ascertain 1 he f*v' i mgs of tho whole of dip rate i payers in regard In (he scheme - Received. From Y...

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War Items. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 April 1915

War Items. It is reported from Copenhagen that the German steamer Grete Hemsoth, 2457 tons, struck a German mine in the Baltic and was sunk, the crew of 26 being drowned. Another Gorman steamer sank in the Baltic in similar circttm j stances. Tho destruction of the vessels is attributed to the melt ing of ice having loosened mines which were anchored below the frozen surface of the water. A Russian barque was sunk by a torpedo in the English Channel. The crow was saved. The collier City of Bremen was torpedoed and sunk off Land's End. Four members of the crew were drowned. The New York "Press" in an article commenting on the Ger man campaign of submariqe piracy, asks if "Admiral von Tir^ pitz, the German Minister of the Navy, has definitely abandoned naval warfare, inasmuch as tne German submarines are giving oncmy warships a wide berth, and hunting for excursion vessels and fishing smacks. The journal asks how Marshal von ITinden burg would contemplate an order that lie should use ...

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