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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 26 March 1914

irCSE 0 $ > 2 W > r r To he Held on DOOKIE RACECOURSE. Near Cosgrove, oh BASTER MONDAY (APR! L 13, 191-1). Proceeds in aid of R.C. Scliodi: GRAND NOVELTY CAllNIVAL. Horse Events, run under permission of V.R.C. PliOG It A M M15. To commence at 12.30 sharp. 1. Brush Rurdlc Rcce» T\Vo miles. Handi cap. For horses that have never won a race of £7 . or over. First*, trophy value £6 Cs ; second, trophy value £2 2s, gift of Mr. T. Ryan. Amateur riders. Minimum weight, lOst 71b. Entry, Gs. 2. Maiden Hack Race. Five furlongs. First, trophy value L4 ; second, trophy value LI. Amateur riders. Weight, list 71b. Entry, 4s. a. ,Mandioa|> - Novcliy >5" — - ' l'urlongs. First, trophy vnluo J.,4; soconil, trophy value LI. Height of ponies to bo sent with entries. Amateur riders. , Minimum «ai Weight, lOst 7'lb; Entry, -is; 4. Jiandicdp Mack Race. Seven furlongs. First, lady's bracelet value L5 5s; second, trophy value L2 2s. Amateur riders. Mini mum weight, lOst 71b. Entry, 5s. 5. Farmer...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 26 March 1914

tJlmrdi Sevvicos. St. Luke's Cwuucii op England Ciiniatnlio, 11 p.m. Niiliusu, 3 p."1. Dooltio, 7.30 p.in. Eev. E. F. T.icop.

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 26 March 1914

? Just what Bookie Wanted A HEAL UP-TO-DATE Dash anc! Family Butchery WITH THE GOOD MOTTO Cheapness, Cleanliness,Civility, Attention .. EDWARD TACEY .. MARY STREET, DOOIvIE. (Fnr 25 years in business in Surrey IIills, Melbourne ) Primest Merit Retailed r.t \Vholeo<ile Prices. Noted for Excellent Corned Beet. Orchardists nr.d Farmers Speoially Catered for. Try our Smisaffcs. •• Eides and Tallow Bought Whatever you want Go to J,WILSON'S For it. A long experience has enabled him to learn the requirements of this district perfectly, and he always has on hand a large stock to choose from in— Groceries. Jewellery. Silver and E.P. Ware. Guns, Rifles and Ammunition. Pipes of -ill kinds — Books for Sale or Hire. — All the leading papers, and latest Magazines. TOYS IN ALMOST ENDLESS VARIETY. A Largo Stock of Leather Goods, consisting of Ladies' Peggy and Hand Bags, Purses. Soap, Perfumes, Brushware, and all Toilet Requisites. Presentation Articies a Speciality. See them. The STATIO...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 26 March 1914

1 A F_ _ Woe There is no Woe, in ir> © g~< eT| ^ A—i y WHEEL, IS so well built that there is nothing but tho maximum of satisfaction to ho got out of it. Prices from £3 IQs, to your order. Terms arranged. Send for Catalogue, suu ior youraolt. Good Reliable Secondhand, Cycles from ±'2 10s, Or we can supply you with : • Motor Car. /l Price '"X £165 _ . , iv-. ®5- tr^s £. fJf/ Complete \ > THE M13TZ 10-12 E.P. The most economical and simplest to manage. fnjsilaT&V bros., "BARB" CYCLE WORKS, 23S EHizafcetii Street, & I "fcs o x"4 ra. e. W. B. HO A RE, Local Agent. F- la- |Vl'23UFF5 Housepainter 11. Paperhaager. I Sign/writer .. BEAUTIFY fOUE HUME THE BEST WAY TO DO THIS 13 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, Sheppitrton, (New Premises Opposite Savings Batik), Or Orders may be left at this Office. TRY TH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 26 March 1914

Important Announcement. M. HALPIN IS jAGENT FOR THE BEST MAKES OF ilfiotor Bicycles. DOUGLAS, NEW HUDSON, Eto. Sound, Hjtest, Eeliable Maohines At City Prices. Second-hand Machines taken in Part Payment. Call, or Write for Particulars. JUL. H2UL.PIN, Sports Depot, Fryers Street, Sheppurton. VIC I OR.'AN RAILWAYS. Dookie-Katamaliie Line Train. On find after Isl April the train at pre sent leaving Donkio for Katanmt.ite daily at, 1 p.m., an<! returning thoneo al p.mk, will not inn on TUurstlays. J. S. KKKS, for Acting Secretary. gHIRE OP SHliPPARTON. TENDERS, addressed to the President-, will bo n-ceivtd up to G p.m. of Saturday, 4th April, for the following woik :— Forming and gravelling for about one mile, Cookie Calleyo road. JAMES NUGENT, Shire Secret it y. s HIRE OF SLIEPPARION TENDERS, addressed to the President, will be received up to G p.m. oi Saturday, 4th April, for tho following work : — Contract 7/14—Erection of Post and Wjre Fence, Dookie (labor enly). Contract...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Recorder. "Unwarped by prejudice, Uubiassed by laction, Irrespective of nationality of creed, Justice mete we out impartially to All." THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 26 March 1914

The Recorder. " Unwarped by prejudice, Unbiased by faction, Irrespective of nationality or creed, Justice mete we out impartially to all." THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914.   Local and General News. On our fourth page will be found— Par?? in and Long Life, Catholic Federation, A Country   Correspondent's First Letter, Costly Stubble Burning, and other items. The privileges in connection with the Dookie R.C. Easter Monday races and sports were offered at auction by J. McNa- mara & Co. last week, when the following prices were realised :— Publican's booth, Mr. P. Hogan, £20 ; refreshment booth, Mrs. Conroy, 25s ; fruit and lollie stall and frankfort stand, Mr. J. Lucas,   £2 2s 6d and 27s 6d respectively. To-morrow ( Friday) at Cosgrove South, Muntz Bros. will offer for sale, on account of Mr. R. Trimble   (who is leaving the district), all his horses, cattle, sheep, imple- ments, furniture, etc. Everything has to go, and the sale co...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Items of Interest. Roferring to complaints that have recently been made concern ing the examination of emigrants to Australia, the Minister for Ex ternal Affairs (Mr. Glynn) stated that the High Commissioner's office had not been approached by the Agents-Genera! with refer ence to the regulations that had been made under the Immigration Act of 1912. Many of the com plaints were evidently duo to misapprehension, but at the re quest of the Stato Premiers the bringing into operation of these regulations had been postponed. The list of prescribed disabilities and diseases had been reduced from 11. to ii, and the form of ex amination had been made sim plicity itself. It was less inquisi torial than wore (he questions asked by insurance oftices. lie would have preferred no fees being charged, but lie found that Parliament had deliberately ex cised the provision that the fee pud by Hie emigrant should be I refunded on reaching the Com-' monwealth. The next best thing weaki," to l.'iko tho ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Gloves He Couldn't Change. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Gloves He Couldn't Change. Mrs Empson's first question was about the gloves. " Did yon exchange them ? " she asked. "No," said Empson, "I didn't"' "There," she complained, "I might have known you would for get it. How careless ! I told you, the very last thing before you left the house, to be sure and attend to it. Really, I don't see how men can bo so thoughtless! " " I didn't forget," said Empson. " I tried to change them, but they wouldn't take the gloves back." " Wouldn't —■ take — them — back ! " she said. " Why not'? " "They said they were soiled." " Soiled ! " she exclaimed. " Well, of all things ! If they are, they got soiled in their own shop. I didn't soil them. I have never had them on my hands. I couldn't get them on. They are half a size too small. Thev gave mo the w",s number. Why didn't you tell them so ? " "I did!" . " Whom did you tell ? " " The clerk and the floorwalker, and everybody else that would listen to me." " And what did they say ? " " They laughed." " The...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

To bo Held on DOOKIE RACECOURSE, Near Cosgrove, on EASTER MONDAY (APRIL 13, 1914). Proceeds iu aid of R.C. School. Git ANI) NOVELTY CARNIVAL. Iiorso Events run under permission of V.R.C. PROGRAM ME. To commence at 12.30 sharp. 1. Brush Hurdle Race. Two miles. Handi cap, For horses that have never won a race of £7 or over. First, trophy valuo £6 6s; second, trophy valuo £2 2s, gift of Mr. T. Ryan, Amateur riders. Minimum weight, lOst 7Jb. Entry, 6s. 2. Maiden Hack Race. Five furlongs. First, trophy value L4; second, trophy value LI. Amateur riders. Weight, list Tib. Entry, 4s. 3. Handicap Novelty Pony Race. Five I furlongs. First, trophy value L4; second, | trophy vaUlO LI. Hoinlili oC ponlon •-«.« Uo i«om. with ontrios. Amateur riders. Minimum wuigiib, iuso fiu. .iijijury, is. 4. Handicap Hack Race. Seven furlongs. First, lady's bracelet value L5 5s; second, trophy value L2 2s. Amateur riders. Mini mum weight, lOst 71b. Entry, 5s. 5. Farmers' Gig Trot. For maiden horses. In road gig...

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Mr Churchill Speaks To The Empire. [To The Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Mr ChuroliilJ Speaks To The j Empire. I [To Tho Editor,] Sir,— Mi Cluuoliiil, Minister for Ihe Navy, in a sp-'ech to the Empi'p, among other niii'.liM's lulogised the sentiments t-f tho Commonwealth and New /5 .'aliinil that the navies of the D.).i;iuioiis in tho time of Britain's ueiil should hi: under Hiitish con trol, in oth r words ho cilled to the scl-ho of action in titiu; of war. It is •.veil unaer-ito-jd iu the vntiouaDo minion < th it thsafety of Imp'-iiul ism liu-iiu the fact that- Great .Britain shc.ikl in-iiiriin tiio supremacy <f tho seiu. Mr Churchill advances the idea tli".t so long us tho alliance with Japan las'.*, tho Commonwealth and New Z alund have nothing to f?ar f-rn-ii .l.ip'.m. U'wlcr these circum stance!5 ill!! British Navy Lord thinks tha'. lhe; imies of the Dominions could bi.^t help Britain unci or 1 special exigencies in tho Home waters. Tiv-s't? ideas indicate the prohahility that tho Commonwealth Navy and tha New Zealand one may ...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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From The Tracks. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

From The Tracks. [By " Radnor."] Although the weather has been very unsettled during the past week good work has been done by the various racing' steeds at the Carinya training track. Be low is given some reliable (?) training notes, which should be very interesting to lovers of the | turf:— Fontenack is working early and pleased the touts on Tuesday by running three in 39. Stringhalt beat Gingernut over three in 39. "Francy's" team is looking well, especially when the three covers are on. Lady Eleanor has been break ing records, while Monte Marte is showing signs of the long rac ing season, and should be eased up. Gracile is improving, and, with luck, should break her run of ill luck. Clare seems to be a thing of the past after her recent perform ances. Astrakan is in the pink of con dition and will prove a hard nut to crack in tho near future. Hogan's Ghost looks well after his recent let-up and should win a race if well placed. Follow On and Amy Guide, the punters' hope, are comi...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Cruelly Driving a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Cruelly Driving a llorse. At Shepparton Police Court yesterday, before Mr Knight. P.M , a young man named i Morton was charged with having driven a horse in circumstances ; involving gross cruelty. Mr W. McClure Abernethy appeared to prosecute, and Mr John Suther land for the defence. Euider.ce was given by Mr Thistleton that in January last accused hired a pair of horses and bug~v to take a fishing party to Waranga. They came back the next day, and one of the animals, a bay mare, was in a bad state, being knocked up and its off hind leg cut badly by con tact with a bolt in the pole. Before handing over the turn-out he had told the driver that the mare was very free, and he wa3 not to use the whip on hev but the other one was _ sluggish and would need touching up. -The mare died ab ut half an hour bei"g returned to the stable. John Kendall, veterinary sur geon, gave evidsnce that he had examined the mare. She ap peared to have been over-driven, and there were wounds on the off leg i...

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Coming Events. MOIRA PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Coming: Events. MOIRA PICNIC RACES. . The second annual meeting of the Moira Picnic Kace Club will be held on the Dookie racecourse, near Cosgrove, next Monday, 6th April. Fair entries have been re ceived, and good fields may be expected in all events. The sec retary (Mr W. A. Blair) and the committee have made all arrange ments for the convenience of lovers of tho sport, and a large attendance may be assured. The horses which will be competing have been paddocked the time specified, and in all races the steeds will be ridden by amateur riders. The course is in good order, and if fine weather prevails, the success of the club's second meeting can be safely anticipated. The buggy horse race of five furlongs is for horses that have never won a race or a trophy, and shall be driven once round the course by a lady. This event is post entry. The officials are: — President, Mr C. A. Forer; vice-president, Mr G. tl. Gibson ; committee and R*«wur<lM. Moours X-. Nimh, M. J?. Troy,...

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Shepparton Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Slicpimrton Cattle Market. There was a moderate yarding of cattle farward to a gocd at tendance of buyers. Fat cattle were firm and sold readily at about late rates. Total penned 465 head, including 133 in the fat pens, mostly indifferent quality cows and heifers, c-dd prime cows and medium quality steers. Quotations : - Good cows L7 lis to 1.8 10s, good steers L7 to ! S.fair quality cows L6 17s 6d to L7 2s 6 i, me dium do L5 7s 6d to L5 17s Gd, inferior do L3 12s G'J to L4 153. green steers L6 7s 6d, to L6 12s 6d, gGod heifers L5 133 to L6 12s, mediumdo L4 13s to L5 8s, small heifers L3 5s to L3 17s, vealer3 3G3 to 59s, ac cording to quality ; heavy bulla for trucking L4 to L5 3s. Store cattle Including several lines of good store bullocks and steers. Also several lines of nice quality heifers. Almont com plete clearance of yarding ef fected. Sales as follows :— 14 4-yr-old bullocks, good colors., evon Jlne. at LG lis ; IS / do at'LG 10f, S steers 2 and S lyrs at L5 os, 22 2-yr-o!d...

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EASTER MONDAY RACES AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

EASTER MONDAY RACES AND SPORTS. Matters in connection with the big sports gathering on Easter Monday are progressing satis factorily. It is considered likely that the entries in all event-s will constitute a record, and people who have attended this popular meeting in the past know that there is something specially good in store. The recent rains have started the grass,, and in a fort night's time the course will be at its best. There is plenty of ex citement provided for the money at this meeting, and the fact that many of the horses likely to be engaged in the various events are locally-owned lends extra, interest.. The brush hurdle race, always an attractive item, should bring out a big field this time, as an un usually large number of horses have been tried over this class of obstacle, with promising results. The following entries are already to band : — Bru9b Hurdle Race. Gin«ernut Trn^edy Queen Plain Tom Ginger Mick The Midshipmite Arnairion c Hespshot Paceaway Easy Nell Gnank...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wheat Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

The Wheat, Trade. The Western Australian wheat ommission beiiews the time has arrived when (he wheat trade must be modernised in order to iive in competition with oilier countries where the bull; system is in ope ration. The increasing cost of bags it describes as b.'coming too ! great a t:ix on ilie value of farm- ! ers' products and ibe bulk band ling v.'oul d eliminate a serious waste. Insect posts could In? more easily controlled under bulk handling and a standard of excel lence could be attained and eon trolled. The bag system was be coming more and more, out. of date, costly, wasteful and slow, and the sooner bulk hurdling was installed the eheap?r would be the initial cost. As inspection and handling were inseparably con nected the commission was de cidedly in favor of State owned elevators. Its recommendations are that bulk handling and ship ping be gradually introduced ; that provision be made at once for the .surplus above the amount capable of being handled by pre sent ba...

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Dookie to Devenish Railway Connection. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Dookie to Devenisli Railway Connection. In a letter to tho Shepparton " Ad vertiser " Mr S. W. Martin writes as follows legarding the Dookie to Devenish railway oonneetion:— " Tho Government has in the past been frequently urged to provide cross country railway facilities — Dockie-Devenish for ono; and To cumwal-Finlay for another. The lat ter is shortly to be opened for through traffic, and it will be a big advantage to residents on both sides of the Mur ray. Now, since Sydney prejudices have been overcome, and Riverina producers are to have a ohoice of market3 and the boon of shipping from the nearest ports (Melbourne or Geelong), is it not up to the Vic torian Government to fill in the Dookie-Devenish gap of 13 miles, and so provide facilities for cross country transport and passenger traf fic? It is spending £25,000 at the Benalla railway junction, and a new railway from the hardwood and root country (Tatong) is coming into Benalla—an important railway cen tre, Another line, the...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Nalinga Bridge. OPEN FOR TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Nnlmjya Bridge. OP EX FOR TRAFFIC. The engineer for the Shire of Violet. Town, Mr Crowther, and several mooibors of the shires (Shepp" " riui Violet Town) interosto.'. inspected the new bridge at last- week. The bridge is now open for traffic, and the whole way is complete, with the exception of tin? fencing to the approaches and the removal ol'ihe old bridge and sundry legs and snags from the bed of the river. The eiu'irerorts that he is well satisfied with the work, which reflects the greatest credit on the contractor, Mr J. H. Dainton, of Shepparton. The sur vey for the land purchase from Mrs Martin for straightening out and improving the approach on the Shepparton ride has heen car ried out. The total cost of the work, including extras, additions, and land purchase, will be less than £1000. The engineer's es timate was £1150. Councillors P. W. llyan and G. H. Gibson /Shewarto1L„ shire)..,.and^ Black themselves as vory pleased that this work, which has been 0:1 the boards for mor...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Dookie A. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Dookie A. ami P. Society. A fair number of members of the Dookio A. and P. Society attended the meeting of that body held at Lynch's Dookie Hotel last Saturday night. The president (Mr. A. M'Part- ( land) was in the chair. Correspondence. A circular was received from the Director of Agriculture (Dr. S. S. Cameron), pointing out that an altera tion had been made this year in re spect to lectures. In lieu of a grant of a series of four lectures, payment had been provided at the rate 2os for each lecture not exceeding four, and application for classes or lectures to be sent in as early as pos3ibIe. It was decided to have lectures on wheats, agriculture, veterinary science and viticulture, and to be ;■ given in that order; also when apply ing for dates suggest moonlight nights. It will be remembered that at a meeting of the society on 22nd Nov ember, 1913, there was considerable ; discussion regarding whether, if a beast was entered in its wrong class, it was the steward's or tho judges...

Publication Title: Dookie And Katamatite Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dookie and Katamatite Recorder — 2 April 1914

Just what Dookie Wanted A KEAL UP-TO-DATE Cash and Family Butchery WITH THE GOOD MOTTO Cheapness, Cleanliness,Civility, Attention .. EDWARD TAOEY .. MARY STREET, DOOKIE. (For 23 years in business in Surrey Hills, Melbourne.) Priraesfc Meat Retailed at Wholesnle Prices. Noted for Excellent Corned Beef. Orcbardist9 and Farmers Speoially Catered for. Try our Sausages Bides and Tallow Bought Whatever you want Go to J. WILSON'S For it. A long experience has enabled him to learn the requirements of this district perfectly, and he always has on hand a large stock to choose from in—• Groceries. Jewellery. Silver and E.P. Ware, Guns, Rifles and Ammunition. Pipes of all kinds — Books for Sale or Hire. — All the leading papers, and latest Magazines. TOYS IN ALMOST ENDLESS VARIETY. A Large Stock of Leather Goods, consisting of Ladies' Peggy and Hand Bags, Purses. Soap, Perfumes, Brushware, and all Toilet Requisites. Presentation flrticies a Speciality. See them. The STATIONERY DEPARTMENT Is rep...

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