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Katamatite and District. FOLLOW THE KING'S EXAMPLE. ABSTINENCE DURING THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Katamatite and District. (By Our Representative). FOLLOW THE KING'S EX AMPLE. ABSTINENCE DURING THE WAR. To promote the above a public meeting, convened by the Rev. W. H. Taylor, and Messrs. C. F. Barnes (O.K.) and J. Ailert (Sec.) of the I.O.K., Katamatite, was beld in the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday last. There was a representative gather ing, and Mr P. H. Devenisb, J.P., presided. After the National An them bad been sung, The Chairman explained the objeot of the meeting, and the Methodist Choir hud effectively rendered an anthem, Mr. Henry, organising secretary of the No-License Movement, moved " That this public meeting emphatic ally endorses the outspoken declara tion of leading statesmen, military naval aommanders, medical experts, journalists and others, that tbe liquor traffic is the most deadly enemy we have." We are convinced that many citizens outside tbe ohurobes and temperance organisa tions are strongly with us in the determination that something must be done to stop ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Schoolgirl Under Fire. AUSTRALIAN GIRL AT MONS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

S<rli«M>l«*'irl Un '<*r Fir« AUSTRALIAN" GIRL AT MONS. "I want to go back. I did not want to come away. I had seen so many dreadful things that all tear had been taken away from me," said a schoolgirl of 18, an Australian, who has just arrived in England from Belgium (says the "Daily Maill.") Her convent school at Mons was right in the midst of the battle of Sunday, August. 23 it escaped by a miracle when build ings surrounding it were shelled to atoms or burnt to ashes. She was brought away through the kind help of an American. On the morning of Sunday, August 23, the convent at Mons woke to the roar of guns. "We ran to the windows and saw British soldiers digging trenches," said the girl. "The battle came nearer and nearer, and our 'on vent seemed to be in the very centre of it. Bullets smashed our windows, and pitted our walls. The noise was terrible, and the house shook as in an earthquake. One shell smashed through a window and across a hall, but it did...

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

PBESBTTEHIAS CSR>0J; C.-?h-l, 11 l 21: Cosrff;,vr, 3 pm. YDU:>3 'uitr. 7 D 33. Mirier. R-<X

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

Recorder Office . FOE JOB PKINTING. T}ie Cheapest PI nee on JSartli

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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The Food Value of Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

The Ffxnl Value <if Cheese. The groat impetus in the de mand for cheese given by the war in the first place for its keeping and portable qualities, is now being based quite as much upon its recognised food value. A com parison of the food value of cheese with that of the other highly nitrogenous materials, goes to prove this. Eo kind of meat, ex cepting dried beef, carries such a large percentage of portein as cheese. Fresh beef as purchased has, weight for weight, a little more than half the food value of cheese in either portein or fat, and the same is true of practic ally all . other meats. Bacon or fat pork are exceptions, but their food value is mostly fat, which can bo, and is, replaced to a great extent by the carbohydrate of vegetables at a' less cost, and sometimes, perhaps, with benefit, to the health of the consumer. Or, to put. the matter another way, one pound of cheese has nearly the same food .value as two pounds of fresh beef, or any other fresh meat, as f...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. Dookie and district [?] Collection. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

MOOROOPNA Dookie ;uul District^;/,; Collection, i. The Llh-.vtz.- is :io2s :sTvr».-d; :.r!e fatdi Hospital (to dmi : ?f. Bsrzea P. W. 3yi2 Calkcuer .-.^J F..sr E. TjJrV ' Vwlscn P De-.n = D MoLsan T. J Benaeif G. T. tjaeb .J. BrasbiD W. A. BUir B. B. Macecni: , E. -Mvhurs: P. F. Lynch 1 H. Runge W, Xohle F ci\±nn '?<<. Garatnias *V. Gtii'ney Tort) ... . \V-> jriali remini ourIi" Ei" -i^ove list closes tin's1 'hois ivbj wish to ai" 5'; fully askea :j it-uJ in, oi the amount of ci'^ir c'-' however scmll, without siek and sutftfrins niu« c»| tiou, notwithsMniini: on Farther iics.Uions Irdged. The newspapers refer in eulogistic tM®5. n.o.,t R" justice shownV G^. her unvarying t'ea man prisoners, no j ^ the suffering endun prisoners in Gorman The King ha* ir , national turn; . t tnt ... Belgian neo: ; with a. hundred pou-uis. bo5; A Russian fleet ha> (: the Bosphorous ton-. jreat expic^joJts!

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

c rsi i .<rl a r n iifi .r.9 m jp "trr ^rr^j zr : ~'r ? . IKIfilf! ®:, T~ ?. /: ? 0 T' T":'T liifc iL^;% -, ;J ',: Z> 0 ,o "-? .j.. All Departments are Jntrmim-in : ^ : \v Goods, recen y arrived. A Choice Display of New Season' 31 ? = lirtery will be a feature of on. Opening Show. Having- engaged tlie Services of a First Class Milliner. we are now prepared to take orders for the coming- season. See our Winflow and Showroom display of the Latest Models. The new style Costumes, are showing in a Varied Assortment. F :? h : .. . n . A Dainty BIoum--, i-»r all occasions Latest Style in Furs. A Visit to Our Showroom should pro*re an unbounded pleasure in viewing the many delightful Fashion Ideas. Our best efforts have been put forth to make our New Selections so varied as to please every taste. What is More, OUR PRICES will Accommodate every Purse. Valuer Better Than Ever. Our Pine Variety of Hew Season's Fashions will surely appeal to every Lady of Taste. It is our Pleasure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

n n-i: a,I r [ f ' ~iif ^ i" nitlt K aal ar x Hi-1 J£»- mIi. WHEEL. k* f "" >v ''' 'l l'" "1ll» "?erG J'8 nothing but tho maxiirutn of !§*g sniififiictioij to be got out of it. f |wtPni s from ±3 IDs. to your order. Terms arranged. k-jfejlp1 ' ~en° ^or Catalogue, Bee lor yourself, 1 Ko liable Secondhand (Cycles from i t £2 10s. \Ci \ {'«ui snppiv yon ^Itli n Motor Car. EL Bit I& - A . .[SOS %;$-*r THi-. METZ 10-12 H.P. Tlu> most economical and simplest to manage. >r rnHla^V BROS, fe -BARB" CYCLE WORKS, f " 288 Eliza/betlx Street, L MeHbouLrxie. ~T U. B. HO A RE, 0/]L Local Agent. Ie if ft B tyfi.U Xi la. JVI'OUFF, Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter.. IFY mm HOMES JpfTi: JEST WAY TO DO THIS IS TO ENTRUST THE WORK ?0 THE ABOVE, WHO WILL GIVE YOU EVERY SATISFACTION1, ANT) AT BED-ROCK PRICE. Es 'matas Given. Contracts Taken. Ui^h Class Work and Square Dealing. I&IXD..1, - Wyiidhmii Street, Sheppmton, (New Premises Opposite j Savings Bank), Or Orders cn:iy be l...

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Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

Wool Report. Dalgety and Co. held their 15th sale of the season Jon Tuesday, when they-submitted a catalogue of CbOO bales. Considering the lateness of the season the cata logue was a good one, hut con tained a large proportion of wasty and hurry wools from the drought stricken districts. There was a good attendance of buyers and the competition was very general. Prices compared with those of the closing sales in March for good and superior wools were 5 per cent, lower, whilst inferior and hurry sorts were fully 10 per cent, lower. There will be fur ther sales held in Melbourne on the 3rd. 4th and 5th May. and as there are some good Queensland clips finding their way to this market the catalogues will be more representative.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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The Recorder. "Umwarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mere we out impartially to all." THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1915. From Week to Week. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 April 1915

j£Tbe IRecorber. THURSDAY. APHIL 29, 1915. From Week to Week. A meeting cf the Dookie Tennis Club is cs!!eJ for to-ni^bt a: :nt Gladstone iiotel, at 3 p.m. sharp. The annual meeting of the Dooki Fco:b?.ll Club is called for to-ruo'row aiaht, a.: 9 o'clock. It is hoped ;hr-e will be a tinea muster, as some Very ?mp-irtant business is to be brought f -rward. in addition to the- h-ti .ner sheet and election r»f officers In a:I probability, if suS^i'-nt ciu'is are tr>'t^con)in-j to form at! association, with headquarters at Bookie, a ten C«in?a trophy will be presented f»v c n petition. If -\ver, we rv:p« ;o ? . li- --if old dis'.M t ana n- w -.ies, t:o, cr-rain.: f'ont ami:-. : . ii s y-ar. "AH \v-.:r k inci no piiv, a fkc5 life a :nonoton >us diudgery '' To day, Messrs. C-uuphell snd S^ns (Kirk's B'iz.v*') and -I. M'Xam ir-> nnti Co. hold a speci .?! h.;rse sale at "^hi-pp irt-;n ; ta-ii'o rthe same S tn< conduct a s\:r,sl->: ,it F-atura. At re litter sale, New ...

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PEARS FOR WINTER USE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

l'BARS FOR WINTER Hero arc two methods which may ho tried :-(1) Put the pears as they are into iin earth-Mi pan, and pom boiling water over them. Then cu\er ilit'iu completely with eahba^v leaved Keep the pan near the fire until th peril's look as i«* the peel could N' easily removed, hut do not pe-'l them. Pour off the water, and when the pears are rold put them in a stone jar, and cover tlvnn with the water in which they were scalded. Cover the jar with wet i.ladder, and tic down 'securely. Then tie brown paper over that. (2) Put the pears in a crock ; cover, and stand it in a boiler containing enough boiling wa- ' tor to rome nearly up to the neck of . the jar. till t he fruit i:; teii'M-r, | hut not soft, ami let the jar remain ' in the water till r«.ld. j Vinegar pla-ed in a bottle of drie-I-up A't'-e will moiotcn and make it liquid a^nin. V1G2.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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What to Spend on the Trousseau. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

What to Spend on the Trousseau. The sum necessary to purchase a !rousscuu is always a matter of <.Vs pute with women, and as it is a question which entirely depends on tin* position, tnsU'H, and require ments of life which is to be led, is one that can never Me satisfactorily settled. Miss Kdna Pucll, an American, who is heiress to a moderate estate recently demanded from her guardian the sum of £350 to buy her trous seau. The guardian protested that this was an extravagant sum to ex I..?iid, and called in a local judge tn arbitrate. The bride supplied a list of her requirements and insisted that she absolutely must have a wedding dress, four evening dresses, three wraps, six house dresses, four tailor mades, fourteen blouses, eighteen skirts, three pairs of boots, three pairs 01 slippers, three hats, three dozen pairs of stockings, twelve nightdresses, twelve sets of under wear and £5 for oddments. Tin- judge dodged the delicate tusk of mentioning what particular arti cl...

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WOMAN'S WORLD. "THE DRAGON AND THE DOVE." [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

WO RJI AH ; S~WORLDT ??Tin: i'UAi;o.\ .\M> 'i'lir, hj\ (no i;in'ji a lime Chan-.-cil >r Val keadun' strelied through the ni r.'ket I hi-.' ,.f i-vrcon. Many scowlin,; frliv.ivs followc.l him. f"r l... tv.:r.'~ .senlel Pani .h tyranny a,i.! U t I iiiii sumv.Ie.! in stain; iiijar out i .. j ,t :.1. rolit'llioii iiirjiiiist "Denmark's n.l.\ uv. had inn L.one far I lefotv his ro i . . eye was rapt nrc I by 1 iu' | i iim ;1:' II youm; L'.irl Ma'idjiu; K- Ml.' her frn't ;in I \ vgr- a'i] _? 3t .11 ], .'1) ? ;ij der fitr re, .violet ' eves, cr, and rose complexion and ijoi rn hair stirred his SJiiltejish heart, mid with a profound how he advanced to make n pnrcliese. The /;ir 1 nii.s arrotnpaiiie I by a e"i K'ailtic SII| r.Miifly uativ w.-m :n wii i met. the chancellor's nha:i-"i with ominous Hashes from her bla-k eves. b'luler the influence of e.\t!-eni" era cionsne.ss the "drarjon" gradually un bent and admitted that, the beauty was her daughter, and tii.n ti-ey had come from Holla...

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Boxwood Farmers' Union. (Specially reported for the Dookie "Recorder." [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

g£Bo*w ,'ootl Farmers' Union. mm ^/Specially reported for the Dookio & " Recorder. s#tsboV\ n Moudny evening lust. Mr. ft*!Grogan* (president) being in the siri»« «> ? «* T"b" °! ®#,8rocb?"«Sf atBonot of business & . pnr'fJ to have been transacted P;,-at009' for 8took , p:"n..'.r-,=t=,'hiiJ been secure J, YT,,iV'i Cs'alluded to by mem T' I"Mn-sir... .ooW. I» iH pro ;1?! !-. poiotw«e ic like ronnnet ID j'j, ;?.,???"?-.. hoi J purposes. n-Dii.^iiv wtu ruaci fr^oi a a- ' ' j including VV'oIoh, 'I (V ? ; Nicholson & * 'victim 1'iwlucrH; and 4' ,'i M-i "!l ;Wui«ntw Corpora -. J | , j . .,|| iveiu nnxious to do ?I Is thr^b tht Onion, stud 6Ur iTV,,.M,.nosed by members ut 'tii coi!*niisaioQ. ' V' Jin;;:l;a (Melbourne) and Mr ,t,,i (V ihh.i F trniers' Union) put ?j,tin)--, of ibe Farmers' aud ' g. f;., (ijMr,itUv Assurance Co. '.'"nwuiners, nod It W»S decided .ve JDUport. «. ." so)pie supply of maonre has % »u-cb?^d from the Viotorlan l^rca-ioU' Association. Those...

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New Discovery for Forcing Maturity. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

New Discovery for Fore- j ing [l/laturity. -t A great war naturally results in a scarcity of food-stufls and a tremen dous decrease in the male population ; of the world. With millions of men engaged in battle whose usual avo- ; cation is farming and food produc- ' ! tion, the food problem naturally be i comes a serious one. A chain is as | strong as its weakest link, and a na . tion is as formidable as its food supply. This being the case it is in . terestinx to r.ote the scientific dis covery recently made by Dr. Carey I'ratt McCord, of Detroit, Mich. A well-known and highly respected pathologist. In a word, this eminent authority claims that he has discov ered a food which eliminates youth ; or hastens maturity. By his method of feeding animals which have been born recently, and which, under or dinary conditions would not be ready I for killing for many months, may be 1 ' made available within a !?'.<' weeks. ' j The .same treatment applied to cliil- | I dren also hast...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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kamatite and District. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

fflgitamatits and District. Our Representative). :0t! lu.'-ilitv evening last a fare k-ncitJ wnf tendered Mr. Harold bouruL! (who his enlisted and' is Tin;; with the 3rd contingent early : tiionth), by the members of the *1 M.OI.O.O.F. Past Graud su-r hro. Dev^nish presided over H-.verv lar^e gutherin". Ifcnuihy programma was gone itiOuL'h. iho following items being .?ieoderc.t ir, a pkn.sin^ manner ; - .Opsnins pvertu-H, Miss M. Foristal (pjwt))v,id Mr \V. Foristal (violin); chorus Lcdue mnubera; son;;, Mks Jw J. Goald6on; recitation, Miss Lily SMeboUom; sonu, Mr Stan. Barber; '"(lea of the Boer Wur, Mr J. idsirett; recitation (oomic), Mr T. ; soni;. Mr L. Bails'-; reoi Mr Brc.dtitreef. SideboUcm wna presented ft wristlet v/atoh, aDd the Chair on behalf of his many friends, the course o's a most eloquent uotnpiimentad Bro, Side 'or ibs loyalty bo v;a3 show to his uctmtry, and wished him ihe mensss possiblo. RT. Sidebottom lnado a most'suit iylbn ein»ins; of the National An tra cotK...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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High Price of Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

High Price of Fish. At the present time when tlie price of moat is abnormally high and like ly to become higher, the high price of fish occasions a. feeling of irrita tion. Here we have to our hands a food which drought is powei less to altect and yet it is not available. For some obscure reason there is a greater .difference in the price paid to tiie producer-in this case the fisherman-and that demanded hv the distributer than obtains for any other edibl> commodity. In a busi ness where the retailor Jinils it neces sary to charge an advance of per cent, on the amount paid to the fithorman it is clear that there is something wrong somewhere. The Director of the Commonwealth Fish cries has publicly declared that the Australian Bight possesses a supply of lisli as rich and inexhaustible as that of the famous Dogger liaak. yet with this vast food supply at our doors, which requires neither sowing, tending nor renewing our methods of garnering are as crude and primitive as when the l...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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The Dookie Quarry. SHIRE ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

Tlie Dookie Quarry. i 8HIEE ENGINEER'S REPORT. At the meeting of the Shepparton Shire Council on Monday, the engi neer (Mr. Blair MoKay) reported as follows on the Dookie quarry : Judging from the results obtained at the Dookie quarry, I estimate that with a suitable plant the Btone should be delivered CD trucks at about 3s 8d per oubio yard, made up as follow Quarrying 2 0 Transporting to crusher 6 Crushing and screening 1 2 Tola! ... ... 3 8 The figures in regard to the avor iige cost of the quarrying and crunh ing of hard basalt at large quarries are us follow - Quarrying ... ... 1 -i Transporting to crusher G Crushing and screening 9 Total (per oubio yard) 2 7 In comparison with these Ggurea it will bo Been that my estimate ia a conservative ono. Cost of Plant, eto. Two jaw orushara 20 x 10, £300 each £600 Elevator, Bcreen, etc. ... 200 Engine, 85 B.EI.P, (auotion gas) ... ... ... 1100 Cooler ... ... ... 30 Roak drilling plant ... ... 600 Hopp6r ... ... ... 150 Purchase of land,...

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Made in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

P.! 3 Li 0 I ? "i .* 1 ^ C!" cJ I! 3 . TIic ta«i or sR'.i.'iiit'r Australian preference for Aa?I s\.l»i3 jjoods is one which should occupy the nttcn tion of the Interstate autVuitie;) ; allhoiivh the prejudice asuinst los*al m.'iiiu'.v.'r.uiiis certainly tiyii.; there are stiii m?.:ty '-'ho t.'u'n!; nUm- the 1 old c.:m er.lioviHl lines and view with iloi.be and suspicion the products of our own country. Concrete evidence !ms proved that, many articles may 1 bo as well and better made here : than in the old world, and all that is wanted is a distinct lead from ; a disinterested and authoritative j source. It is encouraging to note ! that in 190S the value of the output from Australian factories was as much as iCDJ.OOG.GOO ; v.-l>i!e in 1U12 it had increased to £14S,i)i)0,'JU'J.

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Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 6 May 1915

(Jliurch Notices. ST. LUKE'S Cwuucn OF ENGDANII May 9-Filth Sunday after Blister. Ouniambo, 11 n.tn. (Matins). Nalinga, 3 p.m. Evensong. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Evensong. Preacher-THR CURATE. Wednesday, 8 30 a.m., Childien's Class in St. Luke's, Dookie. Thursday, clioir practice, 8 p.m. Baptisms every other Sunday at 11 a m. ac St. Luke's.

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