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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

J QUEENSLAND MWPRW Remedies I Tr>.ao bv Dr. T. P. LUCAS, ?..?111) lr.li iracticed 35 years in Australia. T"r. r/JCA5' PAWPAW C rSTKSr.'Tand PILLS ;.. . they need-no :u!wriiscmeii!.?. The n r.i.'.ii'.'H r.' >:>.i::i<. tut themselves, i'.iwUiiiinsunt is the lira at 11, >11' ;!:iy purpose, where an AtiiUoj'tic ll.'ajins Halm is re ;ir. LUCAS' PAWPAW X-';:,LO f..r Isidijcsi-'.on and l.;v.-r '.VuipUuts. Wholesale ACENTS: tnic?4 Drcfi., Lie?., S. I'Iof"n\in(j fi Co., Ltd. HcUi-i Bookie Baksry f iiiiii Forer, HA K i'A.rri.'YCOt'KS, & GEN Kit A I. MKIU-HANTS, J.M'Mamara dCo. AGENTS TOR i: . M; i i V. McKAY'S Hun.shine Harvesters Farm Implements, Petrol Enjyiiuis. !'??:v"ic:Jite=> cui always bo obtained !-. '.i; .J NO. C. SKINNER, UOSGROVE. General Blacksmith '.V.;.:EHLWRIGIIT, ETC., Shoeing' .*i Speciality. r,v. : f'T .M ;1 l-hcll I1-:- Cu'.-. Ill:pl<; J . I-r' HI--! V: IK'llI! :'-'t ,V Nt'W Cel. t;' Wl.iio ().' Kn-'rino s Federal R.-.i:- : |i»v ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

Jv' 0.!i,^V' Tir ?Iis Oaa. For Quality mil l?.viees at 0?J &00CS.8, IfifiJ ,v2ni6MtiQ21 In Groceries In Erspe^y. In Boots and. Shoes. Compare Onv Prices witli Others. R h I Mary Street, Dookie. A gen is for Mount. Lyell Man ares, j\\m National Mutual Life Insurance Co. ^5J!^^aE===a:i!C==33CC==2i)Ci=r==Jlil!t i i Shirt Styles of the Season! =5C®« Nothing adds greater comfort to a man's appearance than a neat Shirt. You'll look ever 10 much smarter in a pleasing style^ from Shirts to 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 PJntn, Call in and tee them. McLENNAN'S, .. The Home of Coed Clothing. " SHEPPARTOH (k: v, ;?:; u-od ibj i? jBmk«Hnstralfe } i: . -vd.vkv \ C.:mc:--d Business ?; cSTJsiS .-'..1-1 TOa of .-v-k.rrK.u.i, and LONDON ." :':.Mo jv»i.<t-' <!-::!* t u<i<i .«!>-.t.'l i -ji...

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

feal or Woe There is no Woe in The 'Barb' WHEEL,. IS bo well built that there is nothing but the maximum of satisfaction to be got out of it. Prices from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged. Send for Catalogue, seo tor youraelf. Good Reliable Secondhand Cycles from £2 10s. Or we can supply you with a Motor Car M THK HETZ 10-12 H.P. The most economical and simplest to manage. FUNlkTSV BROS, "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 238 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. W. B. HO ARE, Local Agent. J7. La Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter.. BEAUTIFY 5T0UR 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 and Square Dealing. ADDRESS-Wyndham Street, Shepparton, (New-Premises Opposite Savings Bank), Or Orders may be left at this Office. TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE FOR IJOB PRINTING Good Work. Reasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery, Dan Charleston's CYCLES. B.S.A. THROUGHOUT No. 1-£14 10s. No. 2...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Recorder. "Unwarped by prejudie, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mete we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

Hbe 1ftecorC>ei\ UriwiirptM by pEftj.nliCt, Ircasjiectivi; cf natiouulit> 01 crted, Jnstfrc nv.'it1 wo ov.t nni-.iruaUy to ilV" TUUHSDAY, JULY '22, 1915 A very plHusiiot uln-rnuon ««» spent at the Victoria Hull lust SatU' day, when a Bociftl wis given hy Mesuamus Sacb, MeLeau and Mo UVtlane, in iticl of tbe Presbyterian Church rW.HU.r_ which is to bo held next March. All tbe different church people joined in. and helped to make the social a BUCCS33, both by their presenoo and gifts, aod a very enjoy . J able time resulted. The following contributed bannnuv :- Pianoforte seleetion, Mrs MoLeao ; song, Mrs. D.Johneton; recitation, Miss Tacey; song, Mrs. 'Johns; i-eoitatiun, Miss Enid Darby; pianoforte si-lection, Mrs. Reneban ; song, Mis. Johnston; recitation, Miss Tacey ; pianoforte selection, Mrs. Cabill ; recitation, Miss Enid Darby. Tbe singing ol the National Anthem brought the tirst part of the meeting to s. close. Afternoon tea was then partaken of, ample justice being don...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

In Blemoriam. KICICAHI).-I" lovint; memory of our dear Lizzie, wliu passed nwny on 23rd July, 19U : tU?o dear mother n:i<! sister jL'S-iil!. N'o ons- knows how much wo miss tli-tn, l'rii.'inls may think lli« wound is hi'alfd ; Rut, tin:y little know the siurmv, Uct'\' %viLhiji our injurt^ t'oui'iMltrd. - r 11 s*jrt*ul hy W.W., A W., N.W., N.NV., ,s \V.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERVIA'S MONUMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

SERVIA'S MONUMENTS. Servin is a country of monuments. Among the peasants a custom pre vails of honouring relatives slain in battle by the erection of a block of wood, on v.'liich is rudely carved a bas-relief of tho departed. These monuments are erected near the sol dier's home, when it is impossible to place them on the Held where he fell. Very few farms are to be found to-day in which at least one of these crude carvings is not to bo seen. They are usually painted in vivid reds and blues. Above the head of the wooden figure is an inscription (riving the soldier's name.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
When Soldiers Camp. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

When Soldiers Camp: When soldiers camp each unit in the force has its allotted position. Infantry are placed nearest the ene my, for they are able to immediately pick up their arms and make a stand in the event of a surprise attack. Cavalry arc of little use when troops are resting, hence they are placed in the rear of the infantry. Artillery squads arc also accomodated in a central position away from the fringe of the camp, for guns have to be carefully guarded agaiDst damage by night marauders. The water supply nearest to an encamped army has a strong guard placed over it. Day and night sen tries pace close to the stream or well chosen ior refreshing purposes. Telegraph tents are also guarded, for by means of wires stretched through the fields communication is kept up with headquarters. Every man in camp sleeps with lit tle fear of surprise, for the position is carefully looked after by numerous sentries posted round the outer edge of the camp and also well away from it. At dawn t...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

THERE'S SOMETHING DOING. It's as easy as A B C To SAVE MONEY If You Visit Callander& Forer's Winter Clearing Sale... Which commences oil Monday. July 5 th. and Continues for THREE WEEKS ONLY. Bargains of Exceptional Magnitude are being- offered in all Departments of our Drapery sections, While the Flag flies, wo are going to respond to the expecta tions of our Customers in maintaining our large and varied Stocks of up-to date Goods for next season, and to encourage the cyole of immediate cash circulation, we ofler the surplus Stock of Fashionable Winter Goods at ridiculously low prices. Here are some of the Bargains that are Irresistible : Manchester Department. At 8J, lOid-Single Bed White and Grey Sheeting. At Is 3d; Is 6d-72-inch and 80-inch White and Grey Sheeting. At 3s lid, 4s lid, 5s lid per doz.-White Flannelettes. Re dvcea prices. At 3s lid, 4s lid, 5s Gd-Heavy Stripe Flannelettes. These are cheap. At lUd, Is Ud, Is 3d, Is 6d-Unbleached Table Linens. See them ! At l...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
College Report. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

College Report. Mr. Pye, principal of the Dookie Agricultural College, in his re port for the month of June states that during the month good rains have fallen, particularly in the latter part of the month, a little rain falling every day [for a fort .night. All the crops are tillering very well, and are strong ", and healthy. It is rather late for general sowing, but the land is in good heart and is well drained, and by sowing Federation variety, which usually gives a fair yield even when the growth is very short, it should recoup as well for the labor. The total area under crop is 1067 acres, made up of 677 acres of wheat, 252 acres oats, 47 acres barley, 33 acres rape, 20 acres peas, 36 acres forage and:# acres flax. With the promising out look at present we hope to get in good supplies of fodder as well as grain. Including the experi mental areas 1167 acres are under crop, of which 750 acres are under wheat. Fallowing was started during the wet weather, and will be continued If ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Scotland for Ever [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

" Scotland for Ever -* A wounded member of the London Scottish (jives a vivid account of the now famous charge of that crack Territorial Regiment. "We were now near enough to see the fierce glare in the eyes of the enemy as they waited for us. We gave them one great volley, and then bayonets were fixed, and in a long line we charged down on their tren ches. "The madness of that charge I shall never forget. There was no time to think of fear or danger. We were mad drunk with excitement. The blood was coursing in our veins at express speed, and our only, thought was to close in the death grip with the foe. Some of our boys yelled out, 'Scotland for ever others were as silent as the grave. "Their lines were strengthened at every point, and they made a great stand against us, but we were fresh, and we slashed right and left with a will. "They weakened after the first shock and gradually fell back, fight ing inch by inch, but each step we forced them back their pace became quicker, and t...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The German Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

The German Officer; Yr.e arrogance o. the Geima:. tc»Wi-.r«Js a'ii-re civ\iun.= := Ur - cribed i" '-ne "ou-.'.ook" t'cp very painful but not cncb.trac .teristic episc 1>; will servo to lilv.s trite at once the relations betwee: &t ldior and civillian and tlie singula '(ode of honour' prescribed for otli c^rs. Certain tables in a popular 'sneipe'-i.e., tavern-were by cuatoir reserved for tbe use of the student." one being assigned to , the mern'.c. of each corps, and it '.vas a matte oi" unwritten law that no other cu: tomcr, military or civilian, Bhoub occupy these favoured places. Or. evening a young lieutenant, unfo: tunatelv just sufficiently the worr for drink to care nothing for custo: ami less for courtesy, strutted ini tbe-room, and, seeing a vacant tab! which, having been stationed a ye:, or two in the town, he well knew i. belong to the "white caps," Hun: himself into one of the empty cbairs: calling for liter. A buzz of expecta tion wont round the room when thr ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

PREBISITEUIAX CIIUHCH, Ushel, 11 a.m. Cosjjrove, 3 p.m. JLouunniite, 7 p.m. Minister, Rev. J. B. Taylor. "WochIb'*Great1 pIacl<inB Cough at night, Weat Peppermint Are, 1« 6(1.

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 — 22 July 1915

Uhurcli Notices. LUKE'S CWUUCII OF ENGLAND July 25-Rt, Jurats A.M.-7th Sunday niter Trinity. 11 a m. Epecinl service, Dooltie Col li-.;.- mul St. Luke's. Matt-ins and Holy Communion. Jnoksmi's " IV Dt-um Laudamua " In F, by St. Luke'a choir. A short Litany nf Inte'cession for Ollr soldiers and sailors now on active service.-(Music by F. A. Clarke). 3 ivj]., Pine Lod^e North. Even song and Holy Communion. I.Sf) p.m., St. Luke's. Evensong. The ReoesBion il will be sung. "Lorn God of l_Io!*ta, be with us yet, List v.e fjrg t-!i;st wij foruwt 1" Preueber-Tiiij Reotoe.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Best-dressed Royal Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

Best-dressed Royal Lady. An enterprising Belgian journal has made inquiries as to the amount ex pended annually by Royal ladies on their toilettes, and has found the following facts, says the "Evening Standard." Queen Victoria of Spain easily takes the .first place as the best dressed Royal lady. She obtains all her dresses from Paris, and haB to pay over to the great firms of the Rue de la Paix a sum of no less thaii .C.S,000 a year. The German Empress has all her dresses made in Berlin, at a cost not far below £1,000. An equal sum is expended by the Czar ina, who dresses in private very simply, and only goes in for expen sive robes on State and festival oc casions, which, however, ari not fre quent in view of the retired life of the Russian Imperial Family. The same sum represents the cost of dresses to the wife of M. Poincare. Queen Elena of Italy spends only about £3,200 a year, while the dress budget of Queen Elizabeth of Belgium does not exceed £2,000. Her neigh bour, Jueen Wi...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
State Parliamentary Recruiting Campaign MEN ARE URGENTLY NEEDED. Article No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

State Parliamentary Recruiting Campaign MEN ARE URGENTLY NEEDED Article No. 3. - -(By A.N.S.) There is a cry from Gallipoli as from Macedonia of old-"Come over and help us." Time after time comes the statement: We have not enough men. Is the re sponse to be adequate V or are our soldiers to fall for lack of proper support ? Victoria has re ' sponded well. In two weeks over 10,000 recruits have joined the ! colors. The scenes at the depots have been striking. Day after day there has been a constant stream of applicants anxious to servo the Empire. It would seein as if the urgency of the need had at last been brought home to the groat body of the people. Thoy come in all shapes and sizes, and from every class. The principal centre has been the Melbourne Town Hall, for many of the coun try lads make their way there from the railway station. Let us visit it. Outside there is a crowd of 200 or 300 men and women. In the balcony a band plays " Tipper ary." Animated arguments arise in the c...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prizes for Privates. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

Prizes for Privates. War is not usually regarded o.s a r " . . ..aking business, but for nil tu- : "Tommy" now and then getB a chance of a prize. During the Boer War, Canada cup plied us with a useful contingent, and some patriotic citizens of Mont real subscribed a sum of £1,000 for the lirst member of that contingent who won a Victoria Cross. This was won at Wolvc Spruit by a gallant member of Lord Strathcona's Horse. Five thousand francs was offered by a Parisian Han merchant, this to be given to the first French soldier who captured a Gorman standard. This prize was won within three weeks of being ofTered, at Sainte Blaise, in Alsace, where a private in the French army took a German flag. The name of the winner has not, however, been divulged. The biggest prize of the kind is one which has been collected in Petrograd by the sale of flags. The sum is ?C20.000, and it is to be given to the first. Russian soldier who enters lier lin. In some armies-not British-head money may be won...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Man on The Land. SHEEP MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

Tlie Man on The Land. SHEEP MANAGEMENT. A week or so back arrange ments were made by which Mr. Ham, an expert of the Depart ment of Agriculture, was to give a lecture on "Sheep Manage ment," in the Victoria Hal], under the auspices of the local agricul tural society. Owing to adverse circu instances (particularly the weather), the attendance was so small that the lecture was post poned. For the benefit of those interested in the sheep industry, we interviewed Mr. Ham on the subject, and from that gentleman we obtained the following infor mation : It was the desire of the Depart ment to get the flocks of the State ! clean, in the interest of better! breeding. It had beon proved that dipping was very beneficial, for when the sheep were free from lice and ticks bettor results were obtained. The sheep were bettor, the wool was bettor, and Iambs wore better in every respect. If the sheep were healthy the lambs got more milk, and they grew ac cordingly. In the northern dis tricts they wer...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LUCK IN GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

IJUCK IN GAMBLING. One of the most note. l.y char acteristics of the Jewish race, which disproves Cnrlyle's assertion that Jaws are lacking in a sense of hu mour, is their capacity for enjoying a joke at their own expense. Indeed, they are inventors of most "Jew" stories and best audience for them. The other evening a Jewish friend, with whom 1 W.-ir playing bridge, told a story of a co-religionist who was exceedingly lucky at cards but very unfortunate on the turf. His wife wondered and. complained. "Why is it you always win at poker," she asked, "and always loso when you back horses ?" "Well, my dear," came the genial reply, "I don't shuffle the horses." The key of a man's heart usually fits liis moueycheat.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
In "Out Back" Patriot. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

Qr ''Out Back" Patriot* 4 lividc-nce of the remoteness of some of the "outback" stations in Aus tralia ivat exemplified by the receipt in Melbourne, on September 2nd, of the following telegram Alarming war news just received. Money a great factor in war or peace. Have little, but wiring you herewith .£10 for ft war fund ; which if not yet started, perhaps you will originate ; this place on frontiers of "nowhere," but for how long ? The Empire must remain intact.-C. A. Dempsey, Boorooloola, Northern Ter ritory, 19th August. It took twelve daya for this mes sage to reach the telegraph station at Camooweal, in New South Wales, and there is no doubt that the bear er of it had a hazardous cross-coun try ride. The telegram speaks vol umes for the patriotism of the men who are doing pioneering work in Australia to-day. Cut of! from all communication with the outside world, and dependent for news only on the postmau who penetrates to these lonely outposts, it needed but a whisper of the war...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
German Treachery to Australians. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915

German Treachery to Australians. Stirriug narratives of the Dardan nlles fighting aro related by wounded French and Australian soldiers in Alexandra. All the wounded Aus tralians describe the fighting ns a " great game-the best game we have ever had." " We made them run," said one Australian, " soreech ing and howling before us; but we run better.". The Australian troops began the attack at Saribair (Western Gallipoli) Once on land they did not wait, and took three ridges in succession in a headlong rush. Wo had a running bayonet- fight for three miles," said one of the men. " Many of our men went down, but nothing could stop us, and many a German officer met his deserts." " The casualties among our officers wore heavy. Many had been picked off by German snipers. Some of our men spotted one of these fellows, and seven were told off to round him up. He was behind a small hillock, and we oould see his head bobbing up and down. That German met hia death by seven bayonet thrusts ! Our R...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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