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DUNDEE CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
DUNDEE CAKE. This is generally very much liked, ami may be iced. Required : 3 eggB, 6oz. butter, 2 oz. chopped citron peel, Jib. each flour, ground rice, ; lb. brown sugar, lib. currants, 1 tea spoonful baking powder, milk for mixing. Beat the butter and sugar to a cream, add the beaten eggs. Mix the Hour, rice, baking powder, and (ruit together ; stir in the creamed sugar and eggs, adding a little milk if nccessnry. Beat well but lightly, and bake at once in a paper-lined tin in a steady oven. Leave the cake in the tin tor a few minutes before turning it out, and if you are going to ice it, cut the top level, when quite cold, and use the icing.
Alleged Turf Conspiracy. CASE OF HARDY FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Alleged Turf Conspiracy. CASE OF HARDY FRENCI3. The hearing was concluded iu the Court of General Sessions ou Mon day, before Judge Uoule and a jury, of the ciiso in which John Jordan, racehorse trainer, and Kichard Kil patrick, stock and station agent, were charged with ccnspiracy to defraud iu connection with the running of n. horse known as Hardy French on several Victorian racecourses. The animal was alleged by the Grown to be identical with Zoeller, a bluck gelding, 'which performed on race courses in Queensland some years ago. Mr. Holroyd prosecuted for the Crown; Mr. Bryant aud Mr. Cussen (instructed by Mr. Morrison, of Numurkah) appeared for the ac cused, Kilpatrick; and Mr. Sonen berg for Jordan. The Crown caso having concluded, evidence for the defence was taken. Patrick Grogau, station owner, in co-partnership with Thomas Kil patrick, at South Head Station, near Mareeba, 62 miles from Cairns (Q), gave evidence. He said that in 1909, the horse, which he identified as Hardy...
Womans' World. WHEN ENGAGEMENTS MAY BE BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Womans' Wo WHEN ENGAGEMENTS MAY BE BROKEN. A promise to marry in too oitcu u thing lightly entered into. People i' mlertake to spend their future In to to-.ether with a little earnest con sideration as if they were «***"*; .i partner for'a dance, and then they relent of their bargain, or see r.omc o-.e they think they would like bet ter, and so break off with as much ir.d'ificrence a pledge which is one cl the most solemn things anyone can possibly make. It is a thousand timeB better ne%er to malic an engagement than to break it. Honour forbids one to icicle the word one has once .-V-.'-n ami there is as much to be :;.:d 'in consolation to the man or man whose engagement has been '...;>Uer. by the other side, that they hV.ve probably had a lucky escape ;i person who does not under r.U'.'.ii the meaning of the words con and faithfulness. " But should an engagement, then, never be broken, whatever the cir cumstances ? So far from tins be in- the ease, it is sometimes more meritorio...
"An Revoir" to the "Boys." PUBLIC MEETING TO ARRANGE [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
"An Kevoir" to the "Boys." PUBLIC MEETING ARRANGE A public meeting was hi;Id in the Victoiin IIull last Friday afternoon for the purpose of arranging a suit ablo "send-off" to those who have enlisted for active service iu the war. Although tho attendance wns not very large, still the muttor was taken up enthusiastically by the ladies and gentlemen present. The president of the shire, Or. G. II. 0113501), who called the meetiiu', was unfortunately unable to intend, and Or. P. W. Eyan was voted to the chair. The Chairman briefly outlined the object of tho meeting, remarking that he hoped that whatever form of send ni'f the> meeting decided on it would bo unanimous. He thought there would bo probably 30 or 40 " b~ys " going from Cookie, and the idea wag to make arrangements to get most of them back to the town prior to their leaving the shores of Australia. He would like an expres sion of opinion from the meeting, and although a number of residents were not present, ho was sure they...
High Jinks in Gaol. PRISONS WHICH ARE FIRSTCLASS CLUBS FOR CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
High Jinks in Gaol. PRISONS WHICH ARE FIRST CLASS CLUBS FOR CRIMINALS. A State Prison Commissioner in America once called the gaols of his country "club-houses for criminal loafers," and a few of them certain ly justify hiB statement. Take the prison at Carson City, where the superintendent allowed the prisoners under his charge to play poker and other card games for money, although gambling is strict ly prohibited in the State of Nevada.' Then the inmates of the Perry .Muni cipal Prison complained they were so well fed that they Buffered from dys pepsia, owing to their lack of exer cise. The men imprisoned for their part in the municipal scandals at Pitts burgh presented a burlesijue in which tUcy guyed one another for the parts they had taken in the corruption. While a famous banker millionaire, who was committed to prison in consequence of his financial transac tions, entertained his wife to dinner in his cell. At another prison the governor al lowed friends of the inmates to com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Zeal or Woe liici'G is no Woe in r-S he 'Barb' WHEEL. IS so well built that there is uoihiug but the "maximum of satisfaction to be got out of it. Prices from £3 10s. to your order. Terms arranged. Send foi Catalogue, see lor yourself. Good Keiiablc hecoiiclliaud Cycles from £2 10s. Or we can supply you witli Motor Car. Price £165 (Mlil Complete Wmi THE METZ 10-12 H.1J. The nio&t economical and simplest to manage. inNkTJtV" BROS, "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 288 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. VV. B. HOARE, Local Agent. p. la. M'DUFF, Housepainter Paperhanger Signwriter . BEAUTIFY 5T0TJR 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. j|' ADDBKSS- Wyndham Street, Sheppurton, (New Premisoa Opposite Savings Bank), Or Orders may be left at this Office. TRY THE RECORDER OFFICE FOR IJOB PRINTING Good Work. Seasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery. Dan...
Katamatite and Dist[?] [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Katamatite and (From Our Rep I am pleased to be tbnt Mr C. Timothy, who jlV ' ; ft serious operation on Tsutivs r; is making good recover*. "; Mr. Jas, Gurney, one of $?,,& and popular '.esidents i= cc-C;.:' his bed suffering fr0m ^;V: attack of bronchitis. During last week 102 ? ?', rain fell. The country at the year never looked V: A milch cow was SM!q ..:f. lust week and realised cvii Mr. Robert Allen, who i0') residence; " Aahton Pits : Nuuiurkab, at the ripe years, was well known iB ;..'t ring as an exhibitor of drj. ' Elis sons Tom and .1.-^1: ticular fancy for hunteis ssd In addition to those alr^u*. tioned in tho " Recorder," tr.;' ing should appear :-Gorji/; ? (in hospital), H. Sidebottni: son (wo'inded, and front), T. Egt;n, J. T»it, A, Carmody, E. Cub.-.:'. Bliason, L, Barber, G, N Wilsiiier, M. Kenny, G. Toohey, W. Richardson, Richaidaou. Mrs. Gouldson receif.;: gram stating that her -on ' C. IIcyme, who has bt&lt;r. ..... to the ..vonnded at the fro: con...
The Recorder. "Unwarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mete we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
llnwarped by prejudice, Unbiassed by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mete we out impartially to ail." THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1915. It haa been decided by the Attor ney-General that with a view to economy a number of courts of general sessions in the country at which very little business ia at pre sent done, and which are at con siderable distances apart, shall be closed. Many of these, it ia stated, have been found to be of very little convenience, as fur as the oonduot of criminal court work ia concorned. By this course the payments to jurors and to other persons con nected with the oourta will be saved. A notification in regard to the courts affected will shortly be published in the " Government Gazette." The Dookie District Ladies Red Cross Society acknowledge the following donations :- Eed Cross Sooiala held in Dookio (per Mr. H. A. Middleton) £2 5s 9d; friends in Melbourne, £i 5s ; Mrs Koach, Is 6d; Mrs Lambden, Is; Mrs E. J. Cummins, 2s Gd; Mrs J. Knox, Cos ...
Australia and the Pacific Islands. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Australia and the Pacific Islands. The opening of . the Panama Camu givcB to Australian possessions in the Pacific an added value. A glance at the map will show how surely Commonwealth influence is gaining ground among the fertile Islands to the East of our continent. Papur lias come absolutely under Australian control ; Australian warships, man ned by New Zealand troops, have taken Samoa ; the Marshall Islands, the Caroline possessions, the Now Britain Territory, and German New Guinea have all passed to Australia. The strategic position is not the only value which these islands possess. They are remarkably fertile as a rule and capable of supporting a tremen dous number of people. Many years ago Sir Charles Dilke prophesied that the future of the Pacific Islands would be brilliant, and the opi'iiing of the Pauama Canal will be the first step in their path of progress. Al though there is often great difference of opinion as to the beneficial etfect or otherwise of missionaries labou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Wm. Day & Son. PATENTEE Steel Double & Single Geared WINDMILLS. SIMPLEST. MOSI 111' U \ tI. I". CHEAPEST. Steel Tank Stands. Stccl-framed Water Trou^li!-". Tanks, Taps, Pipinir ami Pijx- Killings Hose &lt;S." nil requisites for laying on Water always 011 liarnl at Melbourne Prices. Day & Son, Wyndhan^ St sheppartoisv: J. RENEHAN, GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT. CARRIAGE FACTORY. Horse Shoeing a Speciality. Best Workmanship. Prices Moderate. ... Horses with diseased feet carefully treated. Terms:-Strictly Cash Monthly. MOTOR CYCLES THE FAMOUS INDIAN From £59. DOUGLAS From £65. (..-.'STOCK AT SPORTS DEPOT, Ft y as s Street, Shepparton. m. us.iL.M2sr, PKOPKIETOH. "£jLECTRACYCLES, (KNITTING MACHINES; ^CENTRAL SHOWROOMS . £29*296 BOURKE STREfeT ^ (NEXTBUCKLEY&NUNNS), ' ttt'FFI CES&WAREH 0 USE 173 Wl LllAMSr ^miBOURN£Qppoirf/'!iwesHotel.\ European Agency. WHOLESALE buying agencies under taken for all British and Con tinenlal goods, inclu...
Record Stock Sale a[?] Shepparlon. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Jit'corcl Stock Sale Shepparlon. J. McNamara and Co. report holding a special sale of sheep and cattio at the Corporation Yards en Friday, 23rd July, when £17,000 worth of stock, auctioned in 117 different linos changed hands in less than three hours, not a lot being passed out. The gathering was one of the largest ever seen in the Shepparton yards, buyers hoing represented from all districts within a radius of 150 miles of Shepparton. The bid ding was spirited and keen, in j some instances several buyers i claiming the last bid resulted in a ' good advance being obtain-d on | being re-offered. Some of die] principal quotalioiis are as fol lows 500 well grown, well | wool led xbred weaners, 21s id ; 816 do, 24s; 570 .xbred weaners, fairly well woolled. 22s 2d ; 'JoO do, 21s (id ; 5 GO do, 21s (id ; 204 small do,' fair condition, IDs 9d ; 330 do, 18s 7d ; 251 do, 17s ; 750 cb weaners, very small, l(is 2d and lGs 3d ; 507 2-t xb wethers, 22s ; 81 2-t xb mixed sexes, 20s 3d ; 88 4-t v,...
The Harvest Conference. STATEMENT BY MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
The Harvest Conference. STATEMENT BY MINISTER. The conference of Ministers of Agriculture of the four wheat States-Victoria,. N. S. Wales, South Australia and Western Australia-to bo hold in Mel bourne to-morrow, tho Minister of Public Works states, will take into consideration a number of questions affecting the disposal of next season's harvest, and not only one, as the Federal Attorney General seems to indicate. The following are tho main matters'to bo submitted by the Victorian Minister :-1. The supply of corn sacks. 2. Transport to the sea board. 3. Storage of grain in bags and, if necessary, in bulk. These are the main questions that affect the States only, but the principal question to bo con sidered by the States in conjunc tion ''"h the Commonwealth is the |iping of the grain. The jattitude of tho Victorian Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Hut chinson) is that as far as possible shippers of wheat who have been conducting this business for many years in Australia should bo al lo...
Census and Conscription. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Census and Conscription. Tho Commonwealth Govern ment refuses to admit that it is ?introducing conscription by pass ing tho War Census .Bill, no doubt because it does not want to frighten a. people . which still clings to the tradition of the volunteer days. Thatis-a fine tradition, and it is to be hoped that there will be no necessity for its abandonment. Nevertheless the War Census Bill is a first step towards conscription. Otherwise, what purpose can there be in re quiring every malo citizen of fighting ago to give an account of his physical condition and mili tary capacity ? The Government is not going to compile a register of Australia's fighting resources merely for the sake of giving Mr. ICnibbs and his assistants some more work to do, or for the bard satisfaction of having a register. It is preliminary to. something else, but what? Surely, after classifying tho returns ,and mark ing' off those who on' their own showing arc fit for active service, something will bo dono. Once...
Are the Allies Realiy Winning? [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Are tlie Allies Kealiy Winning- ? Once more in " Life " for Aug., Dr. Fitchett gives us a wonderful review of the fighting for the month in Europe awl on the Sea. In the course of one section of this review Dr. Fitchett frankly admits that the month has been one of disappointments. In his usual vigorous and pic turesque style Dr. Fitchett then outlines the fighting of the month on hoth fronts and in Gal lipoli. Having done so, he pro ceeds to point out the brighf spots in the landscape and to analyse the disappointments. The result is that ho shows us very clearly that in reality the balance during the month has tipped in the Allies' favor. It is a practical and heart ening pronouncement that gives the reader a wonderfully clear eyed view of the war. Readers of this August issue of " Life " wijl notice that the editor is by no means devoting his entire spaoo to the war ; on tho contrary, wo find such illustrated articles as " Morrissey of the Snakes," illustrated with some remarkabl...
Church Notices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Church Notices. ST, LUKE'S COUNCIL OF ENGLAND August 15 - llth Sunday after Trinity Cuniambo, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer. Pino Lodge North, 3 p.m. Ever. song Dookie, 7.30 p.m. Evensong. Preacher-TIMS KECTOK. Thursday, choir practice, 8 JUII. Wednesday, 8.30 a.m., Children's Cluss in St. Luke's, Dookie. Vestry meeting, August 21th, at 8 p.m. Bass voices wauted. Apply, Choir master.
UNDER THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
UNDER THE TRAIN One very dark morning ' years ago, I had to pass »-^|g level crossing of a had just got off the train- 6^^; round, I saw to my horror, train I had travelled oil wa* on top of me. jfify There was no time to -*&lt; . the way, and the engine down between the metals- . .-r ;. never forget my sensation * train parsed over me, ' little while I was none tbs ' f. . mg adventure. |.
Harvest Labor. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
Harvest Labor. High Heaven, in response to earnest Prussian prayers for the total impoverishment of the Bri tish Empire, is sending Australia, with other parts of Greater Bri tain, what promises to bo record crops, but Australia has con siderably over 100,000 young men in the field of war in one shape or another, and this means that the cornfields must suffer some neglect. You cannot take 100,000 workers out of a small population like that of the Commonwealth, and expect our native industries to be carried on as usual. But what can be expected at a time like this, when the usual striving for personal enrichment gives placo to a holy effort for tho sal vation of the State, that every man capabio of a day's work will contrive to give his services with the object of averting tho serious mischief that may result from tho failure of ordinary farm labor. One hundred thousand means a big hole in tho ranks of sorvicable workers in a community of only fi ve millions ; but thoro are suffi cie...
FIRING FROM ENGLAND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 12 August 1915
FIRING FROM ENGLAND FRANCE. Feed me well ami i ntt I'll send a ball to ais ( j Even though "Queen nn j Pocket Pistol," the w bears these words, was a ei* its time, the statement ci rather an exaggeration, lor has yet been invented th;it a shell from Knyland to Vr.i N'o matter how well it how clean it were kept, 1 fashioned camion would r.c sent a ball more than a tea" way towards Calais, despite '? that it stood 300ft. hisb % Dover cliiis and was 20ft. . Rven one of the famous ->:: guna of the Germans von': ' iib'.o to accomplish the (e:U. ? tnry eipert says that for a reach England from Franco have to be thrown twelve the air. Although the faa:-' man lTin. weapons couM :: shell over Mont Blanc, not hope to hurl a -;; mare than three-quarter? >-? from Caluis to Dover.