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A SOLDIER BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
A SOLDIER BORN. The Queensland section of the Div isional Ammunition Park had Tor their mascot a most popular member of tho corps-Honary-Lieutenant Pat Vidgen, aged six. "Little Fat" as he was aflectionately dubbed by tho men gamely ignored all the enlisting .regulations and even dodged the form of medical inspection. Attired ,in a neat Kharki uniform he pre sented himself at tho Enoggora mili tary camp, near BriBbano and whon the bugle sounded, solemnly fell into line and went through the manoe uvres. From this he became a regu lar attendant on the parado ground, and after acquitting himself with honour in the march through Bris bane was rewarded with the title of Honarary Lieutenant. riecognising the dignity of his office Lieutenant Vigden took great prido in tho eflo ciency of hia section. "Now then i now then bis child treble would pipe "not so much changing stop there ; that won't do you know. Step up there, Private Smith ; don't lag behind." Ho also felt responsible for the ti...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents under this heading.] Britain Will Not Let Belgium Starve. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not identify ourselves with tlw opinions expressed by correspondents under this bending.] Britain Will Not Let Bel gium Starve. To tlie Editor. Sir,-We have pledged our honor to restore Belgium. But Belgium is Dot a word-it is a people; and the Belgian people is starving. It we let it perish dur ing the process of restoration Jwe shall have grasped only the shadow of our task. Mr. Hoover, chairman of the neutral Commission for Relief in Belgium, and Mr. Francqui, chair man of the Committee in Brus sels, tells us that " at least a million and a half Belgians are now entirely destitute. With the rapid exhaustion of the meat and vegetable supplies, there will pro bably be, before harvest time, 2,500,000 Belgians who must bo fed and clothed solely by charity. The remaining 4,500,000 will get their pitiful daily allowance of bread through the Commission and will pay for it." And they add : " Will you help us to keep the destitute alive ?" This neutral Commission, m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
SUBSCRIBE TO T3a© Recorder 7/6 per annum, in advance. Posted to nny address in Australia, *" Users of ^ "ALFA" fewMTossJ J. BARTRAM & SON Ply. Ltd., |SS6 ItOURKE STREPf. V!:i '}-nrs. &lt;'jj [J c." 0 Off WITHOUT ALCOHOL *SffMULAN TANDA O.T. is a fruit and herb drink with a distinctive character, a delightful flavour, and a satisfying " bite " like spirits; it Improves all drinks 50 per cent. Gives Warmth Cures Colds ansi Indigestion O.T. may be taken in any quantity, as it can have none but beneficial effects on health. Its purity is guaranteed by The British Pure Food Society, the British Analytical Control, and Pure Food Analysts in all States. It appeals alike to Non-abstainers, Moderate Drinkers, Abstainers and Ladies Indigestion In thousands of cases O.T. has proved a good remedy for Indigestion. Simply sip a wine glassful neat after meals and you will soon appreciate Its merits for this complaint. Many a housewife always Iceepa a bottle handy for this very purp...
Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
Uhurch Notices. ST. LUKE'S C.IOITCN OF E.NGL!'OUJ July 4-5th Sunday after Trie: me Caniambo, 11 a.m. Matins. ou^ Nalinga, 3 p.m. Evensong. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Eveo3ons y Preacher-THE Bj-xw: . ] Thursday, choir practice, S p.m. -gn Wednesday, 8.30 a.m., GbiW-.J'. ClaaB in St. Luke's, Dookie. 1 n Missionary boxes sEill out be returned immediately, a= month is now olosed. If a sufficient number of tn are given in a Confirmation ' q0 will be formed in Dookie. P give your name and tige to Rector at your earliest opportur . Sabbath School every SuiiiJhv i D(m.- Mr. L. Rouvray, Su;* ' |. tendent.
Yabba v. Naring Dip. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
Yabba v. Naring Dip. Yabba travelled to Naring Dip to meet that team in oompetition. The roads were a quagmire-in an awful state, mud and water all the way. The visitors mustered a full team, and after a little de lay, the game commenced. Nar ing won the toss, and decided to kick with the wind. Yabba went off with a rush, and got a minor point-this being the only score for the quarter. With the wind Yabba did better than their opponents, scoring & goal and 2 behinds to nil. The third quarter did not make matters any better for the home team, and they again failed to score, while Yabba notched a goal. In the final term staring bright ened up, and endeavored to make up the leeway, but the Yabba defence was too strong, and the ball was taken back, and Yabba added another goai and a point to their score. Naring, however, re plied most determinedly, and be fore the bell went had two points to their credit, thus adverting " a clean plate " won game. The final scores were-Yabba, 3 ...
Football. Katandra Football Association. Marungi v. Katamatite. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
Football. Katandra Football Association. Marungi v. Katamatite. Our Kataraatite representative reports :-Marungi football team journeyed to Katamatite on Sat urday last to try conclusions with the locale. Tho weather from a sporting standpoint was simply perfect. . The locals had all tho best of the game, and won by 11 goals 10 behindo to 1 goal 1 behind. J. Jones, the well-known foot baller, umpired the game, and to say the leastj the association is fortunate in having such a cap able man as Jones, for he is un doubtedly one of the best umpires in these northern parts.
In Times of War. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
In Times of War, -""j; ?? - "When England 1b at war, the Em pire is->at war.*' The phrase tripB lightly oft the tongue. Yet how few among those Who U£o it stop to consider its full significance. More than one-fifth of the land sur face of the globo, and about one fifth of its population-21 per cent, and 22 per ccnt. respectively, to he precise- are included in this Empire of ours. Tho actual area is about 13,000,000 square miles, and its popu lation ia, approximately, 400,000,000. All these vast, far-flung territories, every single one of these hundreds o£ millions oi people, are open to at tack once Great Britain goes to war, Tha aea frontiers of the Empire, along which tho enemy's warships aro ablo to sail, and upon which, of course, it ia possible for them to de scend, G&tcncl 66,573 miles-consider ably more than twice the circumfer ence of the globe. The land frontiers equally valuable to the enemy's armies, are 29,470 miles in length. In addition, it must not be forg...
CARDS TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
CARDS TO FAKME1 During this week the Gove:.' -:-: Statist, Mr. A M. Liughton, wil; ?-' about. -10,000 cards to the lartr.rr? : the wheal mid oat growing with request that they will furr* the areas sowu with wheat acd -J for the coming season; and state ": quantity of wheat on the f-;rm on 30th inst. As it is a maifc.'r of interest to the public, and to rarm-'i especially, to know the total :i'«; under these two important cc.; eich farmer ia requested to fill ia card and return it immediately a!;': 30th June, so that thb inform may be compiled and pub!i^bt-j : o irlieafc possible date. It is pirtiK larly requested that the cards s-.ti" : farmers be returned, eien i: the cass whore wheat or oats bs#' beun sown. Schedules are also being " the Railway Department, ai:J ;i post to flour mills and stores, w,:: the view of accertaintng the quao*' ties of stooks of wheat and flour hand at the end of the month. Holders of wheat in built, wboca not receive a schedule, are request to oommunioat...
Australian Expeditionary Forces. Recruits Wanted Conditions of Enlistment. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
Australian Expeditionary Forces. Recruits Wanted Conditions of Enlistment. Age ... ... 18 to 45 years Chest Measurement, 33 inches. Minimum height, 5 ft 3 inches. Lieutenant ... 21sperday Sergeant ... 10s 6d ,, Corporal ... 10s " Private ... Gs " Separation allowance is paid to married members receiving less '.han 8s per day, as follows (a) For wife living at home, Is 5d per day; (b) for each child under 16 years of age 4%d. per day. A similar allowance as in (a) is paid to the mother of a member who is solely dependent on him for support. Pensions. Payable to widow on death of member of the forces or to a member on total incapacity: Lieutenant ... £91 per annum Sergeant ... £70 " " Corporal ... £68 " " Private ... £52 " " In addition on the death or total incapacity of a member, for each child under 16 years of ago £13 per annum. In the case of total incapacity the wife in addition receives half the rate specified above for the respective ranks.
The Australian Crayfish. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
The Australian Crayfish. The Australian crayfish has many interesting characteristics, one of them being the entire absence of any sympathy for the modern feminist movement. The equality of the sexes is here combated with old-time ar dour. The cray feeds on kelp and as the tide rises the males make inshore to partake ol their meal, the fcmaleB waiting until their lords and Blas ters have fed and the tide has turn ed, when they ore permitted to come in and satisfy their appetites on what is left. This habit is built on the same plan as tho aborigine'3 treatment of his gin. The man feeds and the woman takes his leavings and is thantlul. The cray forms 110 family tics. The eggs, when they are laid, are kopt on the under side of the female's tail which is tucked up under her body, and there they live and develop until they hatch out. Directly this process is complete they float up until they form a part of the living organisms which lie 011 the surface of tho sea. Then they travel with ...
Red Cross Society. Dookie District Ladies' Branch. What It is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
led Cross Society. nf Dookle District Ladies' ||| Branch. What "it is Doing. «,r. .vjcj- to place before your S» ; .. the position of the, Dookie rn , r,0!:S Society, which no ?S-tt ;;e the means of em ?«& t),e great- need for th«? i?r.* all the assistance SiL . a. t>» >-ee]J us going. jtoKl our nicbimgs xort W,},!:- 'iiul after each meeting a tfeV'of .roods is sent away, fc, worker puts 3d in the .box §|&lt;:up "f lna&lt; whi0b 'f Pr&lt;?v,ded fg wo hi dies, thus keeping a iLcomini? into the funds, p'lu, 'l'acov donated a cushion, Igwl', she ruffed, bringing in £5 ll and as she wished this to go SiUs-atA a donation, it was flbkdto Egypt to buy misquito 11L for our sick and wounded. Kr appeal for pyjamas resulted MtS ij «uits coraing to hand. The feln»il for old linen lias been feleraliy responded to, the result !|^ing liu-ee-quarters of a hundred wk\yi\\ the public continue to Slv'round us? We are eager Mm! anxious to work, for the sake Hloar b...
The Line Association. Devenish v. Lima. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
Tlie Line Association. Devenish v. Lima. Devenish team were "at home" to Lima lads last Saturday, and though the former were not fully , represented, they succeeded in easily accounting for the visitors, the scores being Devenish 8 goals 17 behinds, Lima nil. The game was played in a very ' friendly spirit throughout, and was thoroughly enjoyed by play ers and supporters alike. Though the scores show that Devenish were much superior, the game was not altogether one-sided, and Lima kept pegging away, and although they failed to score, kept the home team going to the finish. Lima, it may be mentioned, is only a new team, and have some very good material, so that with a little more experience may be counted on to give a good account of themselves. Devenish were strengthened by the inclusion of some new players from the de funct Dookie and Thoona clubs, and should give the best of the other teams some tough games before the season is finished. The match was umpired by Mr. Pat Polly, and...
FORESTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
FORESTERY. r~ Of all the States Victoria is lead ing the way ill the protection and development of her forest wealth. Within the next three .yearn between £300,000 and £100,000 will be spent in securing the forest against the devastating fires which have done so much injury in the past. Old decay ed and unmarketable timber will be cleared away and trees which com paratively soon wHl become a valu able asset, will be planted. The magnificent hospitality of the soil and climate is shown by the forest giants of Gippsland and the Euro pean ftiecimens which have grown no successfully at Macedon and Kern tree C.ully. The wood supply of the world is getting perilously limited, primival forests have vanished be fore the woodman's axe in a fairly miraculous way. Railways Have in vaded regions once deemed inaccess ible, and steam sawmills have eprun:-; up and exerted their jnsatiable de mand for wood for the embryo tov.-iin. The supplies oi the United States, Canada, Norway, Sweden. Finland a...
The Rainfall. A Comparison. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
The, Rainfall. Comparison. following figures, obtained m Mr. D. McLean, head r Doiikie State School, s a comparison of the rainfall the. first six months of the ars 1(JU and 1915, registered '"?ally Januury February Harch "April May June Totals Thus it will ho seen that this m'S figures are just about throe hes and twenty-five points in vauce of last year. 1914 1915 i ... 51 60 i ... - 31 ... 61 - ... 117 96 ... 147 261 ... 32 283 408 731
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
YVattSjTurnbuii & Go. " r If ?023i, M©2?th QK SALE iJSEY'S YARDS, i" to be Fixed. Entries invited. WATTS, TURN BULL & CO., Dookie and Benalla. JDOOEOiEJ STOCK SALS Date to ho :? ixed. Watts,TurnbuH & Co. Dookie, Benalkt, and Brunches. R. MAGENNIS, Dookie Representative St, J.-mies Market. Duto 10 ho Fixed. Y^ATTS, TURN BULL & GO. V V will hold their next sale on the ahove date, and every fourth there,ift t. Cuttle, Sheep, Pig*, Horses, Etc. Good attendance of buyers for all citisses of stock assured, Prompt settlements. Entries invited, WATTS, TURN BULL & CO., Land ana Stock Salesmen, Benalla and branches. DAVID Gajihlk, Loonl Representative. bEVEXISli STOCK MARKET. Dato to ho Fixed.' TTTATTS, TURNBULL & GO. VV will hold their usual monthly Stook Sale at the Devenish yards on the above date, when a'full supply of SHEEP AND CATTLE Will he yarded. mmz BROS., Auctioneers, Grain Merchants ..&lt;?!' and Cattle Salesmen, AMI . COMMIS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
v> Vs- ^2=" There is no Woe in cf- .??! £a 1 Il^S, or Woe lie barb* WHEEL. well built that then- iH nothing but t,uu maximum of satiefactioij to be get out of it. r from £3 IQ$, to your order. Terms arranged. Seud for Catalogue, nee tor yourself. 1 KeliaM- Secondluind Cycles from £2 ,1.0s. ivecau sfif r>/' von u . i&lt;;1. , ;sr thh - METZ 10 12 H.P. Tlie most economical and simplest to manage. BROS, | "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. W. B. HO A RE, Local Agent. FT. I*. M'DUFF, Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter .. BEAUTIFY fOUS, 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. j tas Given. Contracts Taken. High Class Work and Square Dealing:. -Wyndham Street, Shepparton, (Nh« P . >in.-n t)up iti Savings Bank), Or Orders may be left at this Ofliue. TRY 'LJ ? 2C0BD1. omoB FOR JJOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prices. ;^ & jmpt Delivery. 'hn Charleston s s'"...
From Week to Week. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
From Week to Week. WANTED.-At the Victoria Hal!, to-Digbt, 60 to 100 couples, to enjoy themselves at the Dookie Assemhlics third sooinl to augment the funds of the local branch of the Red Cross Society. Good musio, good floor, good refreshments, and-good causo. Now, all that's wanted i3 a good attendance. So, come on, lads, bring along your sisters, but if you can't do that, well--bring along someone else's. Attention i3 direoted to an adver tisement of the Manufacturers Bottle Company of Victoria, Pty Ltd., which appears in our advertising columns, giving notioe to bottle dealers and others, that all bottles with the trade mark and Brand " M.B. over G.V." in a spade moulded thereon, are their solo property, and when the contents are onoe used, the bottles must forthwith, on demand, be re turned to the Company or its duly authorised against. O'er all there hung the shadow of a fear, A sense of misery hia visage haunted, Which said as plain as wh:sper in the ear, " With 'flu ' he's h...
The Recorder. "Unwarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mere we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 1 July 1915
Zhc 1Recori>et\ 1 Unwarped by projudloe, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or arced, lustioo mote we out impartially to ail." THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915. There has been a very serious de crease in supplies owing to the severe drought in Australia, but same would have had little effect upon prioes in a year of normal consump tion. The drouht has certainly beun a staggerer, but wo have not fully felt the effeots yet. The 191415 clip was a comparatively poor one, but not only will the coming clip show an enormous decrease in volume quite possibly 400,000 bales-but the general growth, soundross and char acter of the clip will be such as to 'make it one of the very worst clips, more especially from a producer'u point of view, ever shorn in Austra lia. With 25 per cent of their grown shoop dead, practically no lambs, and the surviving shutp outting, say, 2!b. of wool per head less than last season, the flock masters iu the southern half of Australia are indeed in an unenvi ...
WHEN TO LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 July 1915
WHEN TO LEAVE. A golden rule (or every woman who?o affairs lead hor to r. . man'H oiiicc is invariably to bo the lirst to rirr v.'i'.rn tlio business discussion is over. Very few persons really knoiv ^v!u&lt;n io get out"; and tliis ccia nun and previous fault plays havoc v.'ith a business man's time, t.ho lirs'hit of overstaying one's time is "not confined to women ; and men, \v:;r. nrc mind to business methods, an,! vhi'uld not fall into this particu lar trior, are frequently offenders. The ii:ne to leave a man's otlice is th:- miaiite you have stated your rrr;i:i;I concisely as possible, and when 1:3 has given you his answer, nhv.-iy.s be^the first to realise that the interview is over and do not wait for a warning in the polite form of the picking up of a paper pen nr pencil.