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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 July 1915

eal or Woe There is no Woe in rj he 'Barb' WHEEL. IS so well built that there is nothing but the maximum of satisfaction to bo got out of it. Prices from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged, ? Sond for Catalogue, see tor yourself. Good Reliable Secondhand Cycles from £2 10s. Or we can supply you with a Motor Car. Price £165 Complete THEgiMETZ 10-12 H.P. The most economical and simplest to manage. K-IJNlLa^V BROS, " BABB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. W. B. HOARE, Local Agent. p. la- JVl'D^FF) Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter .. BEAUTIFY ffOUR HOME HIE 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 and Square Dealing:. \DDRESS-Wyndham Street, Sheppivrton, (New Promises Opposite Savings Bank), Or Orders may be left at this Office. TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE FOR IJOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery, hn Charleston's CYCLES. U....

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 July 1915

(Jhureli Notices. LDEE'S CHURCH OK July 11-6th Sunday after Tti:r'! :'v Dookie College, 9 a.m. ller'V Prayer Dookie, 11 a.m., Matins Pine Lodge North, 3 p.m. E\ SODg Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Even30D; ? Preacher-Thr BEcnk: Thursday, choir prnctice, S p.m. f Wednesday, 8.30 a.m., Ci.* Class in Sc. Luke's, Dookie. Sabbath School every Sun. noon. Confirmation classes a>»- ' k Pino Lodge North after Ev-n Next Vestry Meeting on Tur August 24th, at 8 p ru. - The following call to P«;r been posted in the rail\v»y *>.! stations in London " At twelve noon everyday k Remember in prayer The King and those in uu:h. k The soldiers ana suil^s Allies Ki The suffering and anxious k The sorrowful," It "The Lord our God be with C;!c He was with our fathers." b Historical parallels can be worisji out with great ingenuity and interi-f; and a writer in "The Times" ik' letter headed " The Modern Ca^l' age" wants Prussia to realise >.?: what model she has shaped htr::-k " She is already execrated by % wo...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Recorder. "Unwarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mere we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 8 July 1915

XLbe. IRecorfcer. Unwarped by prejudlae, Unbiassedby faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, justice meto we out impartially to all." THUBSDAY, JULY 8, 1915. Another nice fall of rain baa taken place, and up to 3.30 o'olook yester day 92 points were registered, 88 of whioh were reoorded at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, , Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1B fid. Editorial Note.-All aooounta in conneotion with this office having been aent out, we wish to respect fully ask for a prompt response. In common with all other Beotions of the community, we have had a full share of the depressed times ; and in thanking those who have aooorded us loyal support and assistance, we are hopeful of a speedy return to prosperity in all quarters. To-night, Mr. Oi Ham will deliver a lecture on " Sheep and Lambs," in the Victoria Sail, under the auspices of the local agricultural societies It is hoped that all interested will make an effort to be present, as a few new and...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Record in Paper Making. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Record in Paper Making. At a wood pulp ;ind puper manu factory at a small town in Auslri;'. the question was nskcil, "In bow short a time can you t irn a tree in to newspaper ?" The answer was given by actual trial. A notary public anil other witnesses were called, and at exactly 7.3fi o'clock in the morning opera tions were begun in a forest near the factory, by felling three trees. These were stripped, cut into pieces, and reduced to pulp by mechanical means. The pulp was thrown into a tub and mixed with the ingredients required to turn it into paper. The paste thus formed was passed through the rolling machine, and at 9.34 o'clock -one hour and 5'J minutes after the felling of the trees-the first sheet of paper issued from the machine. The paper was hurried to a print ing house more than two miles away, whore the type had already been set, and at teu o'clock, two hours and 25 minutes from the beginning of the experiment in the forest, a printed newspaper was turned out from the p...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Instinct at Fault. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Instinct at Fault. ; Tlio unerring insl 'net by means of which birds are ena'.'ied to time their arrival and departure at tlieir vari ous breeding haunts and to regulate their domestic arrangements is truly a matter of astonishment. Vet, in stinct is sometimes at fault, as can .'be proved e.-.eh breeding season by observing solans pathetically incu bating impossible eggs. In some ca.iea, .".iter the regulation six weeks of zealoi'.; sitting the birds become restive on til-: nest, and frequently mouth the eggs with their bills, im patiently turning llic.'n over and over and ploughing tiny fuirows in the mm!-!;* unod outer coating of the shells. l'"i;ial!y, they appear to re alise tiie futility of their elTorts in incubating an infertile egg, and aban don the nest. In these cases there is little doubt that the birds nest again, and have time to rear suc cessfully their solitary chick. On-the other hand, there are always a few tir.it appear incapable of realising the absurdity of their...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Charged by a Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

A corr^r^'.i'^iit .vviI.:-L have had tar.il ; of per«.>'...» of your rw;;i It a tiwt t;> raoct will: j-.. t^rurivx interesting matt-.*!-. "i\w. arlU'I-.1 "A Man ICatiiu: . Grouodiiy w.i- ere-. ~.iy iv^i^Cvi l.y u ii'iC'int of jitiii'' \,Ih. lu.:I:; from Quo;\ur.r;<l. I to \v;:s f;itic0 cc::vinc-.nl of thf trnJ: 'o: the story-ii": fact, I think another whisky w«.uM luivo cmht.'-lrnoil him to u-jcImv that he Wr.P the victim. Tlip M i >ry iv-mind.-' mr "i an ad voiiMirr ol a friend of mine in Xe.v y.n.t] mv!, i I Mil ii ?iInorilaii'U: 1. He v.-cn fanner, and imported a priM bull. N'i'.withftamhng his unremit ting attentions and care f< ilie ii - fort of the creature, the ur,grateful ar.ir.i-.il one day charged him. lie J)n! to a tree for refuse, but before lie could get to the obverse side of it Chn hull was upon him and drove hic.'i-hfirp horns, not into the fugi tive. i-.lri-into - the tree, having my frin;-v! [-ii^nfd between the two horns, and v;'.: ?...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

THERE'S S>3MEffi[;:0 To t s as easy as A B C IMF iffpiseii iS ! '£ Yon Visit BilS & iiffiiF o i /?°^ © WfiTOli IMii 1P> ^b#'© © © Wliic!; commences on and Continues for THRU W1IKB OHLT. Kssuzsaxxssn Bargains of Exceptional Magnitude are being- offered in all Departments of our Drapery sections, Whilo the Flni* flies, wo are goiug to respond to the expecta tions of our Customers in maintaining our large and varied Stocks of up-to-date Goods fur next season, and to encourage the cycle of immediate oash circulation, we otter the surplus Stock of Fashionable Winter Goods at ridiculously low prices. JJcro ate some of the Bargains that are Irresistible : - Manchester Department. At Si, lO.'.d-Single Bed White and Grey Sheeting. At Is 3d, Is 6d-72-inch and SO-inch White and Grey Sheeting. At 3s lid, 4s lid, 5s lid per doz.- White Flannelettes. Ke r.vced prices. At 3s lid, 4s lid, 5s Gd-Heavy Stripe Flannelettes. These are cheap. At 1UJ, la Jid, is 3d, Is 6d-Unbleached Table L...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

REiElBER THIS We do Job Printing At Most Reasonable Prices. Mak;e LJs Prove It. TO ECONOMISE IN DRINKS Take a bottle of 'Whisky and a bottle of O.T. and blend the two together you will then have the same number of drinks as in 2 bottles of Whisky, but you will save over 3/-, thus: 2 bottles of Whisky - - (jive 32 drinks - cost 10/ 1 bottle of Whisky L, .. . . , . ... 1 bottle of O.T. J blended, give 32 drinks - cost 0/6 Approximate Saving - 3/6 . Or other Spirits Equal quantities of Whisky and O.T. make A LIGHT SPIRIT as against Pure Whisky, which is of greater alcoholic strength. The blend is weaker in intoxicating effects because only half the Whisky usually drunk is contained in each nobbier of the blend. Nothing is lost by this reduction of spirit, because the effect and satisfaction are made up by the charm and bite of the O.T. A similar result could not be achieved by water, because over-dilution by water would make Whisky insipid. Just as there are Light Wines and Light Beers...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Old Colonial Days. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Colonial Days. Every day we see notices of the death of "old identities," and so the death-knell of an interesting era o i Australian hustory is being rung. With the passing of this old colonial school goes many a tale of strenuous endeavour, hair-breadth escapes, and mighty achievements lived through . in the days when "the world was wide." On the inauguration of the Commonwealth, in the first year of the pres-jnt century the word "col onial"-which had somehow gained an undesirable meaning in English num!.-:--.y.-is dropped ami State or .Ansrmli.-i was substituted for it. Tiius wo driiil: "Australian" and not "i'ojonirtI" v.-iae now-a-days. State lieprescritntivcs! have taken tlie place of Colonial secretaries. Colonial treasures etc., while Colonial sport has been completely ousted by Aus tralian sport. Though the jugger naut car of progress has ruthlessly ridden down much of the old Colon ial spirit, some relics of it still re main. The mou of the old colonial school, .which Adam...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Katamatite and Distr[?] [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Katamatite and Distr (From Our Represents;? During last week 79 p.-' rain was recorded, and tii» try never looked better. It an abundance of grass, and? cattle are arriving almost: from southern parts. On Thursday evening Lis:. J. B. Ronald and Mr. J Af M.L.A., delivered sterlip; dresses to a crowded house,; speakers touched on mat:; great interest at the prose-: in connection with the defer this country and the mother; Their addresses were indeed, resting and instructive, and;: be the means of strength the confidence in the riKfc ness of the course taken bv] Britain, and increase our : initiation to assist the cac every possible way. They: not say too much for the *:. men who had done so muc'r Australia, and urged every-, man who could bear at to the front to replace those: have fallen. At the conclusion of hiss: Mr. Mitchell moved-"Tint meeting express its svmr. with the relatives of those have fallen in the war, an itself to act as a commit* secure sufficient recruits ;c:. the pl...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"COO-EE!" Australia's War Cry at Gaba Tepe. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

" COO-EE ! " Australia's War Cry at Gaba } Tepo. " Cooeo 1" from hill to hill, Hark to its echoes still, Long shall they roll 1 They who went forth to die Kn-'V, -lit one battle-cry ; Kan;:' '-'.ive it swift reply, 0 strong of soul ! Once, in the days of old, Where wattles shed their gold, Peaceful its call. Now its proud war-note swells Loud us alarum bolls Over the Dardanelles' Stern rock-bound wall! " Cooee 1" the answer came, Ringed round with fire and flame, That glorious day, When they that knew not fear f Blood of the pioneer, Bone of a bygone year Led, led tho way ! Charge of Australia's race, Thine hath the pride of place, When all were brave. Have we some laggards still ? Harken ! From hill to hill Voices their soul shall thrill, Words from the grave ! "Cooee!" Dead soldiers send Greetings to absent friend : " Come, do your part. Come for Australia's name, Come for Australia's fame, Come that no blush of shame Blister her heart! " " Cooee 1" They como, they come! Hark to t...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Straw for Hats. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Straw for Hats. The greater part of the straw em ployed for making summer hats comes from ' Italy. To obtain suit able straw for this purpose the wheat is sown as thickly aB possible, in order that the growth of the plant may be impoverished, as well as to produce a thin stalk. The Italian wheat blooms at the beginning of June, and is pulled up by the roots, when the grain is half developed. Should it be allowed to remain in the ground a longer time, the straw would become too brittle for its purpose. Uprooted straws, to the number of about five dozen, the size of the compass of the two bands, are firm ly tied together in little sheaves and stowed away in barns. After that the straw is again spread out to catch the heavy summer dews and to bleach in the sun. When the pro duct has been sufficiently bleached it is put into small bundles find classi fied. The last step is to cut it close above -the first joint from the to]), when it is again tied up in small bundles containing sixty st...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Recruiting at Dookie ENTHUSIASTIC MEEING. STIRRING APPEALS, THIRTY MEN RESPOND. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Recruiting at Dookie ENTHUSIASTIC MEEING. STIREING APPEALS, TIIIRTI* .MEN" EESPOND. from a discussion nt a noting of tho lock! branch Australian Native' Association, ' - i;, meetin" wns belli at liyan s ; EIoteFlast Thursdny night it wis unanimously decided '"'f'rrangements should bo made , -eciuititi" meeting at ?0°^e' selected being Monday "^Vh' "< kors were Messrs. J. .T ' v. j, \ . Captain Herring / ...-uion). and Private Yictor . , . recruiting a»GDt8. Jtl|] was packed with an u'e of ladies and gentleman '7',;and tl'o meeting was pre sid'r-d' over by Mr G. H. Gibson, president of thj Shepparton Shire ^"'.'proceedings opened with the j,."jIi;, oi God Srtvo the King, which lustily given by tho assemblage. Xi,o Chairman said that before culling upon the principal speakers orenicg bo would just like to t,v i few words. Ho mentioned 'recruiting had languished in n.her routes, and very few knew the : j - ihrouan which the British Eruuirp was passing, and tho strious m..&am...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australian Expeditionary Forces. Recruits Wanted. Conditions of Enlistment. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 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 ... 21s per day Separation allowance is paid to married members receiving less than 8s per day, as follow^ (a) For wife living at home, Is 5d per day ; (b) for each child under 16 years of ago 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. 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 j child under 16 years of age £13 per annum. In the ease of total incapacity I the wife in addition receives half the rate specified above for the respective ranks. Sergeant Corporal Private 10s 6d " 10s 6s " Pensions.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Schooling Beecher. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Schooling Beecher. Henry Ward Beecher used to tell this story of the way in which his teacher of mathematics taught him the virtue of self-reliance : I was sent to the blackboard, and went, uncertain, and whimpering. "That lesson must be learned," snid my teacher, in a very quiet tone, but with terrible intensity. All excuses and explanations he trod un der foot witli utter scornfulness. "I want that problem. I don't want my reason why you haven't it," he said. "I did study two hours." "That's nothing to me. I want 'that lesson. You need not study it at all, or you may study it ten hours. Suit yourself, but I want that lesson." It was tough for a green boy, but it seasoned me. In less than a month I had the most intense senBC of intellectual independence. One day, however, his cold, calm voice fell upon me in the midst of a demonstration-"No !" I hesitated, and then went back to the beginning, and on reaching the same point again, "No !"-uttered in a tone of conviction-barred my pro...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

(Jlmrch Notices. LUKE'S OJDKCH OF ENGLAND July 18-7th Sunday after Trinity. Caniambo, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer. Nalinga, 3 p.m. Evensong. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Evensong. Preacher-THE RECTOR. Thursday, choir practice, 8 p.m. Wednesday, 8.30 a.m., Children's Class in St. Luke's, Dookie. Sabbath School every Sunday after* noon. Next Vestry Meeting on Tuesday, August 24th, at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 25th-Celebration of Holy Communion (with special in tention) Dookie Gollega and Sr. LukeV, oombined, at 11 a.m. Special sermon, at morning service. "He'd seen his duty, a dead sure thing And went for it, thar and then And Cbiist ain't goin' to be too bard On a man that died for men." (The " Mississippi Pilot.")

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tungamah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Tunganiali Shire Council. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday last week, Cr. Cummins (president), presiding. The " Herald," Melbourne, soli citing council's support in the campaign now being carried on by the " Herald " among the em ployers of Victoria, asking them to promise to keep opc-n the places of employees volunteering for service, and, all things being equal, to give preference in future to men who have served their country at the front.-Co-opera tion granted. Shire of Shepparton intimated that it would co-operate in repair ing east and west boundary road between the properties of Messrs. Johns and Sutherland.-deceived. H. Robert, Youanmite, asked that a box culvert be placed across road west of railway line, You anmite, to convey water from the north to south side of road.-Pipe culvert to be put in. John Callaghan. St. James Nth, drew attention to flood waters drained from its natural course on to the north and south road be tween his and Mr. Wren's pro pert...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ice Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

ice Experiment. + If a small lump of ice it; phircJ a plate and light allowed l:> fall or it through an ordinary reading gl isi so that the burning focus come; within the ice, a very interesting thing may be Been. The ice will be gin to melt inside at the point of focus. As ice shrinks on melting, a space will be left on account of the melted ice not taking up so much room as it did when it, was ice. This space is almost a vacuum, and is filled with watery vapour of very small pressure. If the piece of ice he left in the sun to melt from the outside in, as it usually does, the walls of the pre viously made hole get thinner ami thinner. As the pressure of the at mosphere is lifteen pounds to the square inch, and as the pressure in side the hole is very slight, there will' come a time when the outside air pressure will collapse the ice with an explosive sound. The same phenomenon is apparent when an electric bulb is broken, people say it explodes ; but as a matter of fact it is cru...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

PliEfiByTEIUAN CnuncH. CoDgupna, 11 a.m. Katandra, 3 p.m. Victoria Hall, 7 p.m. Minister, Eev. J. B. Taylor, Can You Say "PzremyBl"?-Most readers are puzzled to know how to pronounce a great raauy of the names that appear in the cables. "Every lady's Journal in that interprising Australasian magazine f"r women is about to do double service. It has arranged a picture puzzle competition that will provide amusement for its readers extending for over some months, aud also tsach them how to pronounce war names. The July issue by the way, is one of the varied and brilliant numbers yet issued. The football match advertised in laBt issue for Wednesday 21st at Knta matite, in aid of the patriotic fuuds, has been postpoued. Another uate is to be chosen, and will bo notified later on. Crushing Plant.-The shire oouncil committee, with Cr. Gibson, met at the Shire Hall last evening, and de cided to oall tenders for a crushing plant,

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Tungamah Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 15 July 1915

Tungnmali Water Trust. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday last week, the chairman (Com Fell) presiding. Resignation. A letter was received from Com Condie, tendering his resignation as Government nomineo on the Trust, owing to continued ill hea'th.-The resignation was accepted with regret, on the motion of Coins Deagan and Whitty. It was further resolved that a letter be forwarded to Mr. Condie, expressing appreciation of his services us Commissioner of the Trust. On the motion of Coins Mulquiney and Whitty, it was resolved that Mr. T. Allat, J.P ! be recommended to the Govern ment for appointment as Mr. Condie's successor. Rates. Mr. Timothy reported collecting during the month rates amount ing to £84G 3s 4d. Engineer's Beport. Mr. T. Kelly, C. E. reported as follows: I have inspected the creek at Mr- D. Sheppard's Katamatite, and find that a portion of the bed of ci'CC'k required by Mr Sheppard is part of the storage in use for the town, consequently I cannot reco...

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