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Another Marvellous Prophecy. Prediction Of The Monk Johannes. Made In The Year 1600. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 22 July 1915
Another Marvellous Prophecy. Prediction Of The Monk Johannes. Made In Thu Year 1000. A correspondent writes as follows to an English paper: I received through the kindness of a Belgian judge, whom 1 met in Lon don a crpy in French of an excedingiy interesting prediction made in 1600, and evidently referring to the preseDt war raging on the Continent. As ft proof of its genuineness, I may say this gentleman assured mo he had n copy of this prophi oy as far back na the Antwerp Exhibition. Some of French words used are, I believe, very old, this being also indirect testimony to its age. Your readers must, ol aourse, allow for the religious misconceptions of the author, as altogether apait from this its precise detail is, to say the least, remarkable. Latin Prophecy made in tha Year 1G00, By The Monk, Johannes, The Antichrist. 1. Sevoal times has one seemed to reoognise him, because all tho slayers of the Lamb resemblo each other, and all tho wicked are the precursors of tbe Great Wicke...
Australia's Unqualified Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
Australia's Unqualified Teachers. 01 all the professions tbe unpopu lar one of teaching is most abused. Whether the fault lies with the pub lic or with members of the profes sion themselves it- is hard to decide. There is no doufct that many u'orthy persons who cheerfully pay a reason able-and sometimes unreasonable-^ sum /or the necessaries of li/e such as food, clothing, etc., regard their children's education as a lit and pro per point at which to practice econ omy. Consequently the competent teacher, who has given time anil money to acquirc a thorough know ledge of his subject, and expects a fair, remimition for the same, is in clined to pull out of tbe profession as occasion offers, and leave the tield free for hia Incompetent and shoddy confrere. The arts, particularly, sui ter in this way, for with the excep tion of Victoria anyone may put up a brass plate in this free land of l Australia, and gull the public. It poets are born ami not made, so emphatically- are tcachers ; an...
Forcibly Feeding a Snake. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
Forcibly Feeding a Snake. L,ast Spring, "Romeo," a huge snake, waB trapped in an Indian jungle and brought to the Lincoln Park Zoo ii' Chicago. Since then thousands of parkgoers who have seen him coiled up in a glass case In tho monkey house have thought the snake was dead. Hut 'Romeo' was simply onia hunger strike. Soma months passed and "Komeo" would not eat. His weight dropped from 300 to 210 pounds. De Vry, the ani mal keeper, got a mate for the rep tile, but "Romeo" remained discon solate. One day recently De Vry saw a picture of a gun used to feed sick animals, and lost no time ill pro curing one. When tho gun arrived it was im mediately put into service. Twenty keepers led the snake from the glass case and plunged it into a tank of hot water. There his summer coat was removed. The snake w then placed on a forty-foot board. Forty hands were required to hold him still. The "gun" was fastened at the head of the board. Twenty pounds of chopped pork and beef, railed with fresh pig...
FOR King and Country. ROLL OF ENLISTMENTS. From Dookie. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
FOR King and Country. ROLL OF ENLISTMENTS. From Dookie. K. Stevens J. Thompson E. Jewhurst II. A. Middleton P. Frawley H. E. Wilson W. A. Blair John Collins F. Forer Win. Knox W. P. Biggins A. J. Kyan \V. K. Knox F. Williams T. McSweeney G. J. Pease J. Hyhmds From Yabl>a. J. Cornford E. Murphy T. Gawne G. Spnggs . F. Spriggs T. Cornford L). Thompson From Katamatlte. P. Sprague F. Sidebottom J. Heyme p. Flynn J. Tate From Cosgrovo. Geo. Boyd P. Hoare From Dookle Agricultural College (Post Students). C. F. Newman H. F. Pillow Shillingford, G | Brown, M (W) Hickcy, J Bilsoii, LO ^ Tunbridge, W Taylor, J Keid, L Carey, G Nicholson, J Nicholson, T Dixon, F Wells, P I Wells, G McDonald, J K Wilcox, H L Guinness, J-I") Wallace, T Newton, I Murton, D Jamieson, K Stevens, L Mawhoou, J u Levick, II Sweeting, G Foxall, C Syme, N Ilarrett, K Tilley. J-(W ) Mackay, K James, K Flood, A Kuowles, E Taylor, U K Grist, A K-) MuUett, A B Crevilli. G Gillespie, K to-(«) Uolton, T-(«') Sellars, G Fin...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Grass stains muy bp removed from white clothes by tirst of all rubbing the soiled parts carefully with a lit tle fresh lard before washing in tiu usual way. After being treated in this manner the stains will have en tirely disappeared. The more water used in boiling cabbages, greens, etc., the less ob jectionable will he the smell given out by them. A piece of bread, tied in muslin and boiled with the cab bage, also mitigates the smell. It should, however, be removed after fifteen minutes'- boiling and burnt. If a room becomes filled with smoke, a towel dipped in vinegar and hot water and wrung out, then taken and thrown about one's head in the room, will remove nil smoke in a few moments. A small portion of vinegar in a little water is sufficient for the purpose. Soda should be thoroughly dissol ved in the washing water before the clothes are put in. Never allow it to lie about the clothes, as this sometimes causes ironmorld. Soda should never he added to water in ...
Big Bullocks and Big Prices And A Comparison. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
Bipr Bullocks and Big; Prices And A Comparison. Much intsrest was caused locally and abroad a fortnight or so back at tho spirited purchase, at the Newmarket saleyards, of three fat bullocks by Mr. E. Tfacey, of Dookie. The prices paid were considered a record, and much oomment was heard as to whether it was a true market value. As times alter for good or bad, so does the market fluctuate. In. Australia nt the present time anything in tho line of fat stuff is bringing fabulous^prices, as was evidenced by those paid by Mr. Tacey, viz., £43, £41 5s, and £42 5s., an average value for the three of £42 3s 4d. The bullocks when slaughtered and drossed turned the scale at 1210 lbs., 1236 11)0., and 1286 lbs.* being an average (if 1244 lbs. Last week, however, tho above prices were eclipsed at the Syd ney cattle sales, where fat bul locks made up to £46 per head. Whether the animals will surpass in weight those bought by Mr. Tacey we probably may never know. Whilst on the matter of big catt...
AN EXCELLENT WAY TO STEW APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
AN EXCELLENT WAY TO STEW APPLES. Peel the apples and cut them into small pieces ; then pvit in layers in a deep basin and between each layer strew some good brown sugar, a clove, a little ground cinnamon and a squeeze of lemon juico. Press the apples down firmly and place a sau cer at the top. Put no water, but a spoonful or two of cider or cheap claret. Bake in a very gentle oven. It will tako u long time to cook the apples. Stir occasionally, but do not reduce the apples to a pulp. If properly baked they should turn out as if they were preserved and be a beautiful red colour. Whipped cream sent to table greatly im proves this dish. The manner in which apples are cut is very important, and thiB ap plies not only to the recipe preced ing this remark but likewise to those used for puddings and tarts. If cut into quarters and then again length wise into smaller slices the apples will never be properly tender, but will develop into something resemb ling leather rather than apple. Cut t...
Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
Cliurch Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHUKOH OP ENGLAND August lot-9th Sunday after Trinity Lammas Day, Caniambo, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Holy Communion. Nalinga, 3 p.m. Evensong, and Holy Communion. Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Evensong. Preaoher-THIS RKCTOII. Preparations for Confirmation will be resumed during September next. If you desire to join the Churoh, and have not yet handed in your name, please do so at your earliest oon venienoe. Wednesdoy, 8.30 a.m., Children's Class in St. Luke's, Dookie. Thursday, elioir [iraolico, 3 p.m. Baptism by arrangement with Keotor.
APPLE CHUTNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
APPLE CHUTNEY. Boil a pint of good brown vinegai (pickling vinegar) with luili :i pound of coarse brown sugar and one and a half pounds of apples weighed af ter being peeled and cored. When these are reduced to a pulp turn the whole into a pan and when cool add a quarter of a pound of ssultanu raisins, an ounce of salt, half an ounce of unmixed mustard, a quar ter of .in ounce of ginger, u pincli of cayenne pepper, and two clove.-; of garlic well pounded. The mixture should be stirred dai ly for a week, then boiled, tightly corked, and kept in a cool, dry cup board. Use small bottles, or other wise small jars. \
Recruiting Campaign. MEN ARE STILL NEEDED. Article No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
Recruiting Campaign. MEN ARE STILL NEEDED Article No. 3. - -(By A.N.S.) When is the war going to end ? This is a question frequently ] heard, and truth compels the answer that the end is not yet in sight. Germany has been beaten so far as the objects with which she brought on the conflict is con cerned. She is not yet beaten to such an extent that she is willing to consent to the only peace terms that the allies will accept. Germany went to war for certain purposes. To attain these she has deluged the world in blood. She wanted to be the world power. Her word must be law through out the earth. She wanted not only a military and naval supre macy that must bo unquestioned, but also the position as a colonial Power hold by Great Britain. To these ends she wanted to annex Belgium and Holland, to hold the Northern portion of France-including Calais-so as to perpetually threaten the coast of England, and to take Australia and South Africa as the prizes of battle. Paris was to be seized as...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
Follow Who Can. For Quality and Prices oi Our Goods. We Defy Competition In Groceries In Drapery. In Boots and Shoes. Compare Oiir Prices witli Others. i vyp W fr " IYlary Street, Dookie. Agents for Mount Lyell Manures, Also National Mutual Life Insurance Co. r; ."-g-maiu i,ia» Shirt Styles of the Season S Nothing add# greater comfort to a man's appcAr&ncfi than a neat Shirt. You'll look ever so much smarter in a pleating 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 *11 the Latest Patterns and Shades - Oxford, Cambric and Various Plain, Call in and see them. McLENNAN'S, ' The Home of Coed Clothing, " SHEPPARTON. Co :i inioRivcalfbilJIlo J?ank Snstmtia 111-AI' ul 1 K i: " ^YDNKY £?'£li Qonera.1 Bars its r.g" Business p&c&i CITIES and TOVV.iS of AUCsY:\iALIA, and LONDON Culm* r&lt;-nii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
ea! or Woe - * -A b f:t I ho re is no Woe in Barb 9 WHEEL. s nothing but th be got out of it. JS H well built that there i8 notbiug but tbo maximum of satisfaction to bo got out of it. Pric.es from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged. . Send for Catalogue, see tor yourself. Good H el i a bio Secondhand Cycles from £2 10s. )]? v/e can uuj)ply you witli n Motor Car. THK METZ 1012 H.1J. The most economical and simplest to manage. PTIN^TSV BROS., »1URB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. VI/. B. HO ARB, Local Agent. jr. k. M'OUFF, Housepainter Paperhanger. Signwriter.. BEAUTIFY 5T0UR HOME IK BEST WAY TO DO THIS IS TO ENTRUST THE WORK TO THE ABOVE, WHO WILL GIVE YOU EVERY SATISFACTION, AND AT BED-ROCK PRICE. 'itimates Given. Contracts Taken. High Class Work and Square Dealing. .'DRESS- Wyndham Street, Sbepparton, (New Premises Opposite Savings Bank), Or Orders may be left at this Offioe. TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE FOR 1JOB PRINTING Gocd Work. Reasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery....
The White Leghorn Fowl. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
The White Leghorn Fowl. Quito recently, we have had the pleasure of inspecting a very valu able pea of white leghorns, the pro perty of Mr, J. A. Cnhill, postmaster, of this town; These birds have been bred solely from pedigreed egg-layere, tho fancy or show points being of secondary consideration. The mala bird, a fine healthy oookerel, i8 from a pen imported direct from one of the best known breeders in the United StateB, the home of the great egg-farms. Tbe hens, whioh are in their second season, were procured from the yards at Dookie College, and are direct deBoendants of a New Zealand competition pen and a cockerel bred from a hen whioh laid 278 eggs as a pullet. It seems hard to believe, especially to those who have taken no interest in egg-laying competitions, that suoh reoorda are possible, but, looking up tho official figures juBt issued by the Department of Agrioulture, we find that six white leghorns in the competition just finished at Burnley, laid 1699 eggs in twelve mo...
The Recorder. Uawarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mete we out importially t[?] THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
XLhc 'IRecotbet- .'"~v 1 Uawarped by prejudloe, Unbiassed by faotiont Irrespective of nationality or ere justice mete we out impartial!; t' THUBSDAY, JULY 29, 1915 A writer to the "Age" : im "The suggestion of Mr. to M.P., that members of ParlU-,"M: V w'1 should be exempt from war tor is surely the limit in brazen aV."'^ - eV' ity and indecency. Enja"i, DO salary of £12 per week, a frs5°l K' /«°° way pass and many other par.j-i.l. ' tb our Belf-saorificiog politici'ir- ' »re ways ready to tax the other |.VT and lecture him as to bis dm- " P'H garding enlistment, subsoribi^ ? ; r'01 wards patriotic funds, etu. »a« colossal "cheek" behind tfiB j": 8>:. posal is enough to take ontj'a b,:, : !*' away." c' To this wo say "hear, be, ' K Why not exempt our politician"! . tic all others in receipt of » ' oc "twelve quid" a week'? a. se' go 6ven further, and exempt vlft poorly-paid politicians from eri strenuous, brain-shattering work ih -: d' have to endure? If some of tC-- *°( wore to c...
POTATO SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
POTATO SURPRISE. Take some cold boiled potatoes, rub them through a sieve, or mash them carefully, so that no lumps remain. Season with pepper and salt, and line some greased patty pans with the potatoes. Have ready some peeled tomatoes ; cut them in half, add a good seasoning of salt ; put half a tomato into each patty pan ; cover with more nuished po tatoes, and bake a nice brown col our. A tiny hit of butter should be laid on the top of each patty. In all preparations of tomato a larger quantity of salt is required to sea son than for any other product of the garden.
Womans' World. IRISH POTATO PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
Womans1 World. IRISH l'OTATO TIE. Boil a dozen Urge potatoes in their skins putting plenty of suit in the water ; when cooked peel and mash the potatoes to a smooth paste using if you can get it fresh butter milk ; if that is not available use dissolved butter aril raw milk sea son liberally with pepper nnd salt. Put the potato paste at the bottom of the piedish wit.\ a little oiled but ter, then luy in a pieee of tender beef steak, -first beaten with a wooden mallet to break the fibre of the meat ; diiRl it on both sides with pepper, salt and dry mustard ; on the meat pat a eood layer of span ish onion, previously parboiled, and eut into rings, and over all place little pieces of butter rolled in Hour. Bake in a quick oven for three quarters of an hour, th :n brown the top before the fire, oi" tiso &lt;1 red-hot shovel, and serve at once.
NOVEL LIFE-SAVING DEVICE [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 29 July 1915
NOVEL LIFE-SAVING DEVICE The astonishingly large percentage of officers and crew rescued from the cruiser "Hermes" after the Bhip waB torpedoed in Dover Straits appears to have been due to a moat ingeni ous idea thought of by someone who evidently retained his presence of mind in the face of death. A supply of the liie-savine pneumatic collars ordered by the Admiralty had been expected, but the "Hermes ' had put to seu before these were received. When the vessel was torpedoed no assistance was at hand. She wa» settling down, and a great disaster threatened, when someone thought of petrol tins, of which 400 were on board. The order waa promptly given to empty the tins and screw down the stoppers, and on these tins scores of men who must other wise have been drowned kept afloat until help arrived. England sold Dunkirk to the French for 5,000,000 francs four years after It had been placed in the handB of Cromwell in return for the services of 8,000 of his Ironsides in the great battle ...