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Discovery Day. COMPETITION FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 April 1915

Discovery Bay. COMPETITION FOB SCHOOL CHILDREN. To-morrow (Friday) " Disoovery Day " will be observed by the vari ous schools throughout Viotoria. At the Dookie sohool the morning instruction will be given as usual. In the afternoon, the following will be the procedure :- (a) Lessons treating on history and exploration of Australia, (b) Essays on Australia History, (c) Appropriate songs and poems.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Naked Despatch Rider. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 April 1915

Naked Despatch Kidei The ."Sunday Post," Johannes burg. South Africa, publishes a thrilling story of the adventures of Trooper Snyman, of the Im perial Light Horse, a despatch rider who, in ordinary life, is a Dutch farmer in the Orange Free State. Snyman had to carry three despatches, for Colonel Alberts, Colonel Yanzyl, and Colonel Roy aton respectively. It was neces sary to cross the Vaai, and the river was in flood. He removed all his clothing, ?which he made into a bundle and fastened to the back of hi? spare horse. Then he remounted his own horse and started to cross the river. The spare horse was swept away and drowned, but Snyman, on the other animal, reached the further hank. He rode naked through a hot day and well into a cold night, when he found himself in touch with the rebels. This rendered it necessary to hide in the bush all night. The next morning his ekin was peeling, and he was so cold that he could scarcely clam ber on his horse. The whole of that day he rodo thr...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dookie and District Red Cross Society. THE RECENT CONCERT. £30 SENT TO HEADQUARTERS [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 April 1915

Dookie and District Cross Society. THE RECENT CONCERT. £30 SENT TO HEADQUARTERS A meeting of the abovo was held at the A.N.A. Hall Inst week, when a statement was submitted of reoeipts and expenditure in connection with the recent promenado concoct held in tho local sbow erouuds. Tho re ceipts totalled £49 os 7.\d, whilst the expenses weio but £1 iOs 10d, leav ing a credit balance of £47 14s 9Jd. Of thi3 amount £30 has been for warded to the headquarters of the British Eed Cross Society, Mel bourne, the balance hoing held for purchasing material to be made up into garments by members ot tho local branch. Tho object was a laudable one, and the success with which tho efforts of the lied Cross band oi workors were orownod, must give o feeling of entire eatisfaotion to them. The following is the itemised list of receipts, eta : Refreshments £5 16 9 Sales of oakes ... ... 4 7 3 loo croam ... ... 2 9 7 Motor rides ... ... 0 14 3 Gates ... ... ... 6 18 0 Tickets 10 18 0 Badges 0 15 0 Donat...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 April 1915

it'? sad Prices of FG3 We Defy Competition In Gw< T O i if In Brapsry. In Boots and Shoes. Compare Onv Prices witli Otliers. LYNC Mary Street. Dookie. Agents for Mount Lyell Manures, Also National Mutual Life Insurance Co. r*r=x.-r.T.rcTcr-c r; Shirt Styles of the Season! Nothing add* greater comfort to a man's appearance than a neat Shirt. You'll look ever bo much smarter in a pleasing style from here. Your comfort will be in creased by wearing Shirt# so acceptable as ours. Our Complete Range of Neat Designs reflect in their entirety features 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. McLENMAN9S? " The Home ol Bond Clothing. " SHEPr-'/lRTCN. Common wealth .MfoBank ofEustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Ml Bsnk is open tor >11 r!»ws at GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS >t EQUITABLE BUILDJMG, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, C»nt.errfc, Adrfslds, Perth, Hchart, !*rt>M...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 April 1915

j? ::t..... if; s i? M 5 * f' ? t * £> f, There is no Woe in Stf ,&>' ^:^.s 1,4/ <f|t ^ ?.V? ;r< v.\ .-. . .:,; w ?, k_^j cm jjj n_j> WHEEL j;-: so Well built fcbnt th^if iw ro'i,;.!,, i-, t u u '"""""" « Prices from f 3 10s. toJiZTorttr. Terms arranged, Send for Catalogue.; !0r your^If. Uaoa Reliable Secondhand Cycles from £2 10s, Or xw can supply yet? w|y} Motor Car. Complete THE., METZ 10-12 II.l'. The most economical ami simplest to mauage. m UNllaTSV EHOS, "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 ElizsJ3c3tiI'i Street, Ivl <31 fo o w. !". ra. e. IV. /J. HO ARE} Local Agent. L*. ivi'idiJFF! t v ?M Housepainter Paperhaaajer. 7l Signwriter .. lii * l ? K.t it ^ .c kfi ru» >r i M '? ilFTIFY' f OUR BEST WAY TO DO THIS 18 TO ENTRUST THE WORK TO THE ABOVE, WHO WILL GIVE YOU EVERY SATISFACTION, AND AT BED-ROCK PRICE. :Natss Given. Contracts Taken. m A DDRi Class Work and Square Dealing-. - Wyndham Street, Sheppartoo, (New Premises Opposite Saving...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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From Week to Week. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 April 1915

Week to Week. 3 SO: :ted io the adver on ion ircnt pa»o rs I'urchaso of woo! by ?'?y and Co. i'-p'n^l and Sons (Kirk's .1. JicNaiasr.i ;uid Go. they \v: 1 i hold =ppCiai rt'iu-ppaiLon and Tatura '-'?nd Friday, April 29th -vtly. Buyers and im sbc"ld make a note of thin,' Mr J, J, Murphy, who some two years ago occupied the position o( editor to this journal, has volunteered for service with tho A.I.F., and has joined a battalion at Broadtneadows. The most cheering feature of the last foitnight in pastoral and agricul tural circles wa.; tlx.- splendid rainfall, which it is hoped betokens the break-up of thu most disastrous drought in the history cf Victoria, if not the w 1 -'u Commonwealth. Benefit has I; -en derived in many of the parched areas of the State, and the replenishment of tauks and dams was the more immediate good re corded. From eomo parts, moreover, reports received intimate that Nature io ranking a quick response to the I more normal conditions, and that many paddocks a...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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The Recorder. "Unwarpad by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mere we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, APRIL, 24 [?] [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 April 1915

zrfoe IRcccr [ ' Unwarpad by prejudice! ; Ui)!>i;i«ei! l)y faction, Irrespective of ri.uiunaJity it ere*.!. f,u I'.trnciMr-i'rv?'v:? o-.ir itr^i *j.rtia.lly tc v' i. . .-N ! TMUHSDAY, APiU!.? 5..' th _.:m ; . ? . SOME fnw years as*o a h:. b the Australian Natives' A-.- a w-is launched in Dookie, 1 ' '. b only a very moderate ii-. - c benefit members, and ever .«". - c material increase has b- .. able in its ranks, for \vh : : ;i n is is hard to determine. i':"'.D tiio yciuiij men do not t ilw- . d seriously us to ever give :? - ;8 as to the possibilities of mee:.:.- J '?i serious accident or a proi.v!-- a noss; that they are, finanei.M;-. r pendent of friendly societies: ? :". .<j might look upon such or«:.un: as trivial and unneeiMswy- .; not knowing what a !n-;n-;i' and v;h;it irood thrv .. crdtr t.» i»«iuji Ihsj A.N7.A. p:.. . ivfoic iho ycunu nun rf rb: . Dublin the c ine Chief t'i esideni's "?J; "? ' 'l at tho recent Cu'.itel ne . ?' Fahy :- 1 " ('.ituin^ to a r&a...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Wild Orgies in Berlin. PRINCE HORSEWHIPPED BY A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Wild Orgies in Berlin. PRINCE HORSEWHIPPED BY A WOMAN. "Everybody in Berlin wants to forget tilings. Everybody seeks diversion aiul amusement. It seems as if the people were all, like Wagner's Seigfried, drink ing a beverage of oblivion. They are all doping their brains." This was the statement that was made to mo by a number of Germans just out of Berlin (writes E. H. Feibelman from Amsterdam to the "Daily Ex press.") I had asked thorn how things looked in the capital, and how the people were feeling about the war sinco bread and potatoes were getting scarce. They all said Berlin did not worry much about the war. It is not that the Berliners think that Germany will win; they have cheerfully given up that hope. They even try not to mention the war in their private conversation, and they refuse to take the war tragically. They seo tragedy everywhere; tragedy in the desperate face of their Emperor, tragedy on the ; battlefields, tragedy in families I where, as it has liappenod, 20 or ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

IT \\ Follow Fc; «ui:i ho Can. of j. -'T-'p P&,Tl u.': uJ» aLfa *«/' «k»? 0"r ©roods. We Usiv '.iompetitioji In Groceries la Drapery. In Boots and Shoes. Compare Qui* Prices with Others. LYNCH BROS, lYlary Street, Dookie. Agents for Mount Lyell Manures, Also National Mutual Life Insurance Co. | Shift Styles of the Season! Nothing adds greater comfort to a man's appearance than o neat Shirt. You'll look ever to much smarter in a pleasing style from here. Your comfort will be in creased by wearing Shirts so acceptable as ours. Our Complete Range of Neat Designs reflect in their entirety features 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, " The Home of Cotd Clothing. " SHEPFARTON Commonwealth CfefeBank otBustvatfa HEAD OFFICE <"i SYDNEY VMs Bsnk Is open for all classy a: GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Abo at...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Dookie Quarry. A MUNICIPAL VENTURE. A PROMISING OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Dookie Quarry. A MUNICIPAL VENTURE. A PROMISING OUTLOOK. The matter of opening up a municipal quarry at Dookiejnear the show grounds, is evidently going to turn out an accomplished fact. It was resolved recently to expend a sum of £100 for the purpose of testing the stone at the site of the proposed opera tions. An excavation has been made in the side of the hill, ex posing a huge solid face of stone of the most serviceable quality. There is also no doubt as to the quantity of the material, and al though it may probably involve a little more expenditure to quarry, the life of the roads on which the metal is put will be sufficient recompense for the ad ditional cost of procuring same. Yesterday an official inspec tion of the quarry was made by the representatives of the Rodney and Shepparton Shires, those who were present being-Rodney, Crs. Lilford (president), J. W. Wilson, R. F. Mitchell, D. Mc. Lennan, D. Park, S. Lancaster, and R. Stewart, also Messrs. T. Martin (secretary), and ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BELGIAN MOVEMENT AT KATAMATITE. A SATISFACTORY BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

TOE BELGIAN MOVEMENT AT KATAMATITE. SATISFACTORY BALANCE SHEET. The general oommittee and collea tore met to receive a progress report from the secretaries, which disclosed the fact that a very gratifying re sponse had been mad6 to the appeal to help the starving nation. Mr. J. J. Richardson, J.P., presid ed over a large gathering of commit tee. Several accounts were passed for payment; the hall oommiitee made a big iebate for hire of hall. The boo. sec. (Rev. W. n. Taylor) presented the following statement: Receipts (per collection books) £62 7s 6d ; sale of needlewoik, etc., £12 83 S'J ; auction sales, £21 10s 3d ; door money, £7 7s 9d ; refreshments, £10 I83 3d; guessing doll's name, 14s 8d ; dance, £1 7s Gd ; total, £116 Ms 7d. There were £30 or so yet to come from auction sales. The meeting expressed its great satisfaction at the splendid result. The assiatant-seoretaty (Mr. P. Sprague) exprc-f-sed his dissatisfaction that bottles of brandy or whisky had been rallied on the nig...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dookie Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Bookie Kaee Club. | There was only a moderate attendance of committee at the meeting of th« above called for Saturday night. The president. Mr. ! D. McLean, was in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Messrs. Forer and Troy. Correspondence. The North Eastern District Racing Association wrote sug gesting the uf«e of a uniform sys tem of issuing tickets to horse owners and trainers patronising affiliated clubs.-It was decided to support the idea, on the motion of Messrs. Forer and Blair. The secretary Y.R.C. wrote asking the club to choose a date for its next race meeting.-After a short discussion it was resolved to apply for Monday, 31st Janu ary, 19i6. General. The secretary then read an approximate statement in con nection with the race meeting held on 27th January last. The receipis amounted to about £213, and the expenses to £210, with a few pounds outstanding. It was generally conceded that this was very satisfactory in view of...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dookie Assemblies. PROCEEDS FOR RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Dooku; Assemblies. PROCEEDS FOR RED CROSS SOCIETY. A meeting of gentlemea was held at the Gladstone Hotel on Tuesday evening for the purpose of arranging a series of socials through the winter months. Mr. J. Wilson was voted to the chair, and in explaining the ob ject of the meeting, said that it was proposed to hold assemblies in the Victoria Hall, and devote the proceeds . to the local Red Cross Society. As chairman of the Hall Co. he could assure the company that they would be treated fairly in regard to the use of the hall. He thought the better plan would be to hold a series of assemblies, dancing to be from 8 p.m. to say about. 2 o'clock, with all-night ball as a windup. He would give them all the support he could. (Hear, hear). Mr. H. A. Middleton was unani mously elected secretary and treasurer to the movement. Mr. P. D. Ryan explained that music could be obtained from Katamatite for £2 per social. Mr.: Wilson had offered the U6e, at a minimum cost, of necessary crockery, an...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Discovery Day. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

WSCOY erv list. The -S'j=l it-,. : the terecc&B, sad i» f ibs bai ttid.br, y,» -per.fed with a sbon" the Spisiirds, Ihooi::; ca tasKe^E "S J and t'-6 Duts'a unittCi' ? 1 Uttdias oa the nv.sm ..'. .-.'?j Guii 'A Cirp*BtirUIS Trie Dutch tbiDkiciti»'^^j aid £.;.. fcubls about it. riS^I ins; *.h%n c«h Datnpi%T's dpl<Jt&ti<» coast; *.e= a. sew t*v %\ , acd Z'rihnj hj sV-' ; oaviaitor Tdsman ml I coT^rv, iiplcratiou v :bs feast coast {ram ( cQT^rV, ilDlcratio , I C - I Cap- r'7 Cap »iC ^ *nd the tits: ovstl J t ^ Howell, *ha crc d t Vi novr kcc.vn t. \\ Strait- InsS* sf| wards ths sE .sere made o t" tt fei Sydney. £? for a i==: "" 'i !/? the caslares "" 1 ~l* 0j Mt. Matar. ^o«a\tss|?. ?.bat etplorsr. £ fb% AastnJna 2ij *8\. ail day, and the jpersed with A^t-ilis: t DO=CC = -

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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THE THIRD PARTY CASE. TROY v. NICHOLSON. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

THE TIIIKD I'AUTY CASK. TKOY v. NICHOLSON'. Mr. Colien, for Mr Nicholson, said in order to shorten (lie case it. was proposed that His Honor should take the facts from the evidence already given. Mr Lewis asked lor the defence. Mr Cohen said the defence was a denial of breach of covenant; 110 notice of breach of covenant; that if the fence were broken it wns done liy the wilful act of some third party ; i>~ the fence was ill disrepair such disrepair was the result of time anil nature operating 011 such fence ; and a denial of nculiKf.nee. His Honor slated that be did not be lieve the breaking of the fence was the act of any malicious person, hut that the sheep K°t in themselves. After 1c(.m1 arguments His Honor re served juiluni-'uL. -Abridge! from Henalla "SUimlurd." Sul>~riini'iitly. ill till-, nliuve rase, Troy v Nic'lnilnim, iiia Honor kiivu Troy a ver dict for iMO. mill ordered Nicholson to pay Troy's used cost* in the case Dunlop v. Troy. ?

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Australian Mutual Provident Society. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Australian IWutu il Provident Society. The annual report and financial statement of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, affords always interesting reading. The latest of these documents, which relates to 1!..t'i'ins during lSi4, ?dthoi';r:i 'o '"i'ising head way, is in i.-eriaia (joints less satisfactory than its immediate predecessor. But, all things con sidered, the record is a good one, and, after all, what insurance office, in what part of the Empire, did not experience an unusually trying time since the outbreak of war? Large figures are required to express the extent of the Soouty's activities. NVw poli cies issued in the ordinary branch totalled 23/22S, representing L6, 563,369 assured. Claims paid ran up to LI,051,549. It) the depart ment mentioned, there was a net increase of business in force of 11,881 policies, assuring L31I8746 raising the aggregate of the for mer to 300,128 and the amount assured to L100,194,139 with bonus additions. In the indus trial department t...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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PRIZE FOR BEST [?] DISCOVERY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

PRIZE FOR REST DISCOVERT D^-*0 A kindly disposed gej&Vii oce who takes a ken " children's oomp=tiii-.j J:' literary work, bis kir;;;] be given as a p-ize forty-J! . on " Discovery Dij." ..ions icn pssed aie asfcfof-'-^" 05 stric'.iy sbserved: 1. Ei-s.iys r>: not to be j.iainly wntwa ca caf" " paper only. .2. The competition is w,] ten under U ywsof sail the district .-ohL-j!-, a:d t:. _u reenter subscribe:* taiiOJ corder." 3. Ei-^ys must be ths t competitors: andtobe<", under the >at>»rvi;io2c!,-c:i ny the Heaii I'eaclis:. ' i. \ll 10 U i... .' Recorder '' OSoe, 03 «i ' Apri! 3>nh. 1915, a--d a Competition." 5. Tht- narjs a::i a.lire= d to he -vrittcn on tie corner oi the la.-', sheet oitijil The essnys will be; winning one P'jbiisbei if J 6th '-l -.y Other c::' ;{ deemed cf su&is:!: .tl>o he panluhea.

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Trespass of Sheep. £150 DAMAGES CLAIMED. £40 AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Trcspaw of Sheep. £40 AWARDED. at tue of the Benalln Lty Court on Wednesoaybefore L/wasleV ana ft jury, George Kolop. °E Baddagiunie, proceeded kinst M P- Tioy, of Dookie, to iover *150 damages for trespass I defendant's sheep on plaintiff's (d Mr. L. Cussen, instructed by I " H Clarke, appeared tor the fentiff, and Mr. S. Lewis, instruct !'by Messrs. Morrissy and Deane, [tbe defence. fclr. Cohen, instructed by Mr. I\ Brown. appeared for the tbird Itv, M'gV.McI Nicholson. ImV Cussen said he did not see fere the third party came in. Tbey fclil settle their mutters after this Lewis said it was necessary j lhave tbu issues determined. J ' is honor said he would not have case mixed up for the jury. The | Frd party aud defendant could .e their case come on after. Jr. Cussen said that the plaintiff j j a farmer at Baddagiunie, and iendant was a farmer at Dookie. it year Dunlop put in GO acres of | crop adjoining a paddock beiong to A AIcI. Nicholson. ID NO Siber the erop was short, but j ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Commonwealth Financial Position. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Jiisioinvpnllh Finai^ci;!! J'osition. The financial position of the Commonwealth, as disclosed by tho Federal Treasurer on the re opn.u'. s of Parliament, is one which ought to make the com munity thoughtful. For those who had closely followed the de velopments since the outbreak of the war, and who were quite cog nisant. of the seriousness of what Mr. Fisher persists in ier.ni''.g a " Ht 11 o drought," the statement made by tho Treasurer was not an unexpected revelation of the state of affairs. It was patent that there was a drift which could not he made pood out of revenue raising resources. The enormous expenditure upon the equipment of the armed forces, which have been and are still being sent to the seat of war, could never he mot. except, by extra-ordinary met hods of finance. And, likewise the effect s of the drought, besides being a heavy tax upon a particu lar section of the w"-re such as to account for a consider able loss to the country. It re sulted in an almost complete...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

I I Church Notice j 6r, LUKE'S C^UKCH C? |^V;I May 2-Fourth Ss&K, Ea-irf. J j Dookie C>lle^e, 9 i: f D3oklr, 11 * m , M1 - Pice Lodge Sortb, Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Preacher Wednesday, 3 30 Glass in St. Luke's, Thursday, eboir priori;*' k Confirmation clisses at Pine Lodge North >' *" every church Sandsy. bers who wish to enroll ed to hand in their as pasiible. jK-.H

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