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MORAL TRIUMPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

MORAL TRIUMPHS. Ia floors or pavements upon which some celebrated incident has beet enacted we often find small brass tab lets let Into the wood or stone, stating:: "On this spot Becket was murdered." [ should like to see a similar tablet on the floor somewhere merely saying, "On this spot Mr. Phipps, of Margate, made a kind and tactful remark to his brother-in-law," or "On this spot Mr. Smithers, of 'The Palms,' Wimbledon, did not say something that he fell very much inclined to.". I urge, ir short, that moral victories should have some commemoration. -Chesterton.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BISHOP AND THE LIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

THE BISHOP AND THE LIONS. Tlie Rev. R. P. Ashe relate the fol lowing story o£ Bishop Ha.'nlugton, first bishop to Eastern Equatorial Afri ca, who, it will be remembered, was cruelly murdered by natives: Hannington had gone out with his gun, followed by his blackboy Baltit I, when he saw a small animal at some distance moving in the long grass. He i had no suspicion what it was; he raised his gun and fired, and the lit tle creature rolled over'dead. Instant ly, with a terrific roar, there sprang out two great full-grown lions, and they came bounding towards him. His gun was empty, there was no time even to re-load, so he turned and ran. The lions -were almost upon him, and as his pace grew slower and slower and more uncertain he heard the agonised cry of his faithful Bakiti, "Hapana, hapana, kimba" ("No, no, run!") urg ing him to swifter flight. He, how ever, translated it, "Don't, don't run," and Immediately faced round.""- The lions then stood still, lashing their tails and glaring...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEEP DIPPING ACTS, 1909 AND 1913 NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

SHEEP DIPPING ACTS, AND 1913 NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS This summary of tbe provisions of the Sheep Dipping Acts of 1909 and li(18 is iBBued for tbe information and guidance of sbeep owners throughout the State of Victoria : Sbeep and lambs, except those lambs it may be intended to keep as hogget?, are to bo shorn annually within tbe shearing time-1st July in. any year to 1st March next ensuing. Penalty £20. Erery sheep owner shall dip all bis sbeep immediately after shearing and directly from tbe shearing board in every year, and shall also at the time of dipping bis sheep dip all bis lambs, or, if they cannot couvenienily be dip ped from the shearing board, all such sbeep and lambs shall be ''placed and kept in a securely fenced paddock and dipped within sixty days of shearing. Penalty ;£20. Every eheep owner shall within one month after he has dipped bis sbeep | and lambs make a return to the Chief Inspector in the prescribed form (ob tainable on application to tbe Chief Inspector or...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE LONDONDERRY ROARING DAYS AT COOLGARDIE MR HARRY LINDSAY'S MEMORY IS STIRRED (E. H. Brewer, in "The Sydney Sun".) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

THE LONDONDERRY ROARING DAYS AT COOL GARD1E MR HARRY LINDSAY'S MEM ORY IS STIRRED (E. B. Brewer, in "The Sydney Sun".) Mr Harry Walter Lindsay, belter known to the fraternity of gold seekers as "Londonderry" Lindsay, sat in liia room nt Fremantlo the ether day with a newspaper in front of liim. He wbb deeply immersed in a «ay dream. Ho sat huddled up in a position that might have suggested regret, for the solid evidences of quiescent prosperity surrounding him fitted in ill with hia adventurous spirit. Ho longed for even an hour of the olden, golden days of the 90s, when every hectic 21 hours giw the phenomental changing of men's for tunes. Presently his eye extracted from the collation of black type in front of him the following sporting item : Traquette, the wonderful two year old filly, which has so far won every event pulling up, is the' property of Mr Jack Mill?, of Poivera Court, Gippsland. "Jack Mills I" Jack Mi/Is (" tjn cil iated Mr Lindsay, now stirred to a -liappj reminis...

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DICK AND HIS "DEN." [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

DICK AND HIS "DEN." The following Is a short story, w|i>. tho me; est suggestion of a moral foi mothers: - "Jack's getting as grumpy as a bear. 1 don't know what to ilo with him." His mother folded her hands with an air of patient resignation. Hei visitor ryttl her sympathetically. "My Dick was like that at one time. He used to spend Ills evenings stroll ing about the town, and even when h6 was at home he'd scarcely say a word to anyone. He'd never Join In any games with his sisters, or anything. But he doesn't now." "However did you cure him?" "Quite easily. I gave him a den gf his own." Jack's mother stared. "His bedroom had been nothing more than a room to sleep in, but I soon al tered that. I put a nice easy-chair in front of the fireplace, and gave liim a little table. Then I stood a book case in the corner, nnd put all his books in It. I hung some pictures up, the kind of pictures ho likes, you know." "What kind?" "Why, dogs and horses and that sort of thing. And when I'd m...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

RAILWAY AMD TRAMWAY E¥2 E SHOULD USE MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 Gljden Street, East Brunswick, 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2/4/12 : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "!n December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, hut through taking the doctor's advice 1 live to-day. IIC advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as ' there was life in that medi cine.' When he said, ' life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I would have been in my last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had my v.'Ue paid £40 for the bottle she would have had good value. 1 have seen a lot of testimonials about CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, but what 1 find fault with is that every writer has utterly failed to give a proper value of that medicine. (Signed) CHARLES ROCK." This is ;i remarkable letter, hut then, Cl.J-.MJvNTS TONIC is a remarka...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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FIRE AT MAFFRA. ON CHRISTMAS DAY FIVE SHOPS DESTROYED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

FIRE AT MAFFRA. ON CHRISTMAS DAY FIVE SHOPS DESTROYED Maffra was alarmed at noon on Christmas Day by a fire which broke out in Bull's barber's shop, and before it. was extinguished had destroyed five of the business places in the heart of Maffra, including Lloyd and Copland's general store, Moon's tailor's shop, Buli's, Beech's stationer's shop, .Mr Jenner's residence, and the dreBS makiDg establishment of the Misses Mitchelmore. Mr and Mrs Bull were away, having left by the early morning train, and it ia not known how the fire started. The brick wall between Bull's and Lloyd anl Copeland's was not suflicent to prevent the spread of the tire, for the flames soon got over that, and there after, assisted by the strong wind, the way was easy for them until the de molition- of Beech's at tlk gap near 'the shire hall. There wijfe eveu tben some anxiety for the hall office owing to ibe intense heat. The want of a water supply, which the people'have dreaded for so long, was severely ffclt,...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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NAMBROK SHAW-WALLOPERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

NAMBROK SHAW-WALLOPERS (BY ONE OF THEM) After a loan period or quiitness Nam brok woke Vup to tho fact that nn association of some hind was required to look after tlio welfare of the district. A few ol the "heads" met and discussed the matter and decided to form a club, to be cn'l il lite Sliaw-walloperB' Club It was further decided to lio!d a smoke night in honor of the occasion. The Pines, after a heated discussion, was chosen as the meeting place and official headquarters of the Shaw-wallopers, it being the only place that all the Wallopers of the district would attend, and besides it was the centre of all the Liberal a.id progres sive thought, and all the roads of the Colony lead :.o there. At last the great nijjht came. Mr Graball, our worthy President, occupied the chair, having on his right our es teemed and popular councillors The President, in proposing the health of the councillors, said it was a great compliment to the Shaw-wallopers to havo those "gentlemen" present. lie...

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ROSEDALE BOXING DAY SPORTS OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

ROSEDALE BOXING DAY SPORTS OFFICIALS President-Mr II. R. Anderson Vico.proaidoiits-Messrs H. M'Cnrtliy, J, Cairns, T. A. R. Andarson Secretary-Mr L. J. Itidgway Treasurer-Mr O. C. Carlson Timokecper-Mr D. C. Anderson Starter-Mr T. A. Umphelby . Lnpacoror-Mr W. llolloway Juilfjo* (oyole events)-Messrs C. Ayres, A. Konyon, H. M'Carthy Judges (pedestrian ovents)-Messrs n. R. Anderson, Jas. Borroingham, \V. ESBOD, J. R. Williams ManoRor of Chops-Mr J. Cairns Disqualification Stowarda- MoaBrs A. Murren and A. Allen Kefereo-Mr T. A. R. Anderson Reforoo fcyclo ovonts)-Mr F. Anderson Rcforec (pedestrian events)-Mr P. Onloy Marksmen-Messrs P. Murron and J. Ayres Clerk of Course-Mr J. Lunnoy Board Steward-Mr T. Duck The Rosedale sports on Boxing Day were the most successful the club has had for years, and fully justified the changc from Easter Monday to Boxing Day. The change was made with some fear and trembling, and in face of a good deal of opposition, but practically all the members of th...

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COWWARR DEATH OF AN OLD PIONEER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

COWWARR DEATH OF AN OLD PIONEER One of the early ploucetB of the district, Mr Andrew Doorman, parsed away on Monday, 22nd lilt, at Ho advanced age of 7!) years. The remains were interred in tlio Toongabbie ceme tery on Wednesday, when there was ft largo following of friends of tho deceased and residents who had been acquainted with him for about iO years. The Rev. Mr Inghnm, Church of England clergyman of Hcyfield, conducted the service, and Mr F. L. Grubb, of Traralgon, had charge of the arrangements. The late Mr Doorman was very wi'ely known, iind just as widely esteemed. He was shrewd, and Isvel headed, ^and methodical to a degree, and strictly honest. He was a native of Kent, England, and came to Victoria 53 years ago, when only 2G years of age, landing in Melbourne. Iu the early mining days of WalliBlla he engaged in the carrying trade from Port Albert and the intermediate districts. He was on tho road about the same time as Mr W. Fogarty, Mr D O'Brien, Mr Majendie and others. ...

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A DRAMATIC LEAVE-TAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

DRAMATIC LEAVE-TAKING. From Buenos Ayres comes news o( the strange suicide of the young Mar quess Luis Almeida. The Marquess was one of the best-known young men about town. He was very handsome and very fascinating, and his many ad ventures showed that the fair sex were not able to resist these charms. Re cently lie invited seven of his most iu timate friends-men and women-to dinner. One of the best string orches tras of the Argentine capital was en gaged, the table was decorated with masses of the most lovely flowers, and costly wines and dishes out of ssason made up a banquet fit for the gods. The dinner was a great success; every one admitted that Almeida had sur passed himself. The guests were now sipping their Manaanilla, dreamily list ening to the soft strains of the muse, when the Marquess suddenly beckon ed a servant-a beautiful girl in a Gre cian costume, with a wreath of roses on her head-and whispered a few words in her ear. A minute later four men wheeled in a large cage...

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TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF "I am subject to bowel troubles which caused pain and inconvenience," writes Mrs Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Road, Auburn, V.» * but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a safe and cerUin remedy as Chamberlain'^ Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and always keep a bottle handy." Sold by Williams Roscdale.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

WEDDING TYLER-MONTGOM ERIE The marriage of Roy John, son of Mr John Tyler of Sale, to Erene (Daisy), eldest daugher of Mr L. E| Monlgomerir, Beechworth, was cele brated at Scots Church, Melbourne, on Wednesday evening, December 24, by the Rev. Dr. Mai shall, reports the "Australasian." The church had been very prettily decorated with Chiistmaa lilies and white daisies, and at the end of each pew hung a floral horseshoe, the icheme having been executed by Mrs Harvey Smith, of Beaconsfield, and girl friends. The bride, who was was given away by her father, wore a goivn ol white satin, showing at one side a panel of gold brocade, and draped with Brussels lace. The square cut train was lined with gold ninon, and her veil of hand-embroidered tulle was arranged with a silver hair-comb «hich had been worn by her great grandmother on her wedding day. A bouquet of orchids, carnations, and ' water lillies was carriod. The brides maids were Miss Lillie Montgomerie (sister) and Miss Win Reynold...

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SUBSTITUTES THE WORLD WANTS. Fortunes Await the People Who Discover Them. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

SUBSTITUTES THE WORLD WANTS. Fortune* Await the People Who Discover Them. Advertisers all and sundry are In Bistent in their advisory maxim "avoid substitutes." But there are certain articles In overy-day use which might with great advantage be replaced, and fortunes await the lucky individuals who can discover the right substitutes. First and foremost, an alternative for tea is badly needed. This bever age Is used by nearly everybody In civilised countries, and the United Kingdom is an easy flrst amongst tho largest users. Tea, while mildly stim ulating, is neither appetising nor dl i gestive, and therein lie its great dls I advantages. Next we want some vegetable which will take the place of the potato which now fills such an important part In our dietary. There Is no doubt that the potato is overdone-metaphorical ly, of course. Large areas in tho United Kingdom have been devoted-almost exclusively -to potato culture for a century or more, and most of this land is now thoroughly' ...

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FLYNNSTEAD SCHOOL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

FLYHH&TEAD SCHOOL CONCERT The annual Flynnstead Statc-school concett was held on Thursday i8 h December. The teacher and children decorated the school roum very prettily with colored paper and greenery. The evening was very fine, and a large number of people arrived from Rosedale, I.oy Vang, Upper Flynn and Flynn. The room speedily filled, the seating accommodation being '.axed to its utmost. Mr King make a very able chairman. He opened the concert with a few words explaining the object of the ?entertainment, namely, buying prizes. He said he hoped the people would give the children a good hearing, but he thought tba\ judging by previous concerts, everybody would be pleased .with the efforts of the children, who were so well trained by their teacher, iliss Stagg. He thought the paren'.ts - should all be gratified by the interest she took in her pupils, and for the time and care she had given them in preparing the vaiied programme he held. The concert was then opened with a d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

SUFFERED AG">NY . WITH HEAD ACHES "I highly recommond Chamberlain's Tab lets to anyone who suffers from headachcs," says Mrs M. K Berry, Marlborough Road. Vicioria Valley, Tasmania. "I stiffen d agony with headaches and tried almost everything. Nothing did me any good until a friend recommended Chamberlain's Tab lets and they soon put me right again. Now I would not be without a box of Chamber lain's Tablets in the house." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale. THE BEST IN V. . .1. .-ar INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES IF YOU ARE "RUN DOWN" -suffering from Weakness, Nervousness, Debility, Neuralgia, Loss <>f Appetite, Sleeplessness, or Foornessof Blood, your System is needing a Tonic to tone it up, And the BEST Tonic 13 NATURE'S OWN REMEDY for all the above Complaints - \ROU Tome, - for it acts directly upon both the blood and the digestive organs-promotes and aids the digestion, improves the appetite, stimulates the blood, and gives strength to the whole system. If YOU feel ill...

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All He Knows. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

All He Knows. 'Girls is a queer kind of varmint, ivrote the little boy at school who had been ordered to write an essay on Girls. "Girls is the only thing that has their own way every time. Girls is of several thousand ltinds, and sometimes one girl can be like several thousand other girls, if she wants you to do anything. Girls is all alike one way-they are all like cats: If you rub 'em the right way of the hair they will pur and look sweet at you, but if you rub 'em the wrong way they'll claw you S'long as you let a girl have her own way she's nice and sweet; but just cross her, and she'll spit at you worse nor a cat. Girls is also-like mules, they're headstrong. If a girl don't want to believe any thing, you can't make her. If she knows it's so she won't say so. Girls is little women, if they're good; and if they ain't good then nor when they get big, they're vixens-that's what father said mamma was once, when she chased him round the kitchen with a red-hot poker, 'cause she was ...

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WHOOPING COUGH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH .?My litt'.e boy had whooping cough very badly," siys Mrs Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgen Rd., Morninjton, N.Z, "1 tried several cough medicincs without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy and he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by me and recommend it to everyone," Sold by John Williams, Rosedale.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

-Special Trains from Melbourne, Mirboo M asi fiairasdah Kosedale Racing Club AHRUAL HEET1HG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, '14 OFFICIALS . Patroua-Hon. E. J. Crooke, M.L.C., Mr .TAB. Bennett, M.H.K , Crs A. G. Futcher, J. Widdis. G. M. Davis, Messrs J. W. Bowman, Theo. B. Littlo, Langlands President-Mr T. A. Umphelby Vice-presidents-Messrs A. W. Bowman, H. R. Anderson, J. L. Bowman Judge-Mr T. A. Umphelby Starter-Mr J. Cairns Treasurer-Mr C. F. Klcinc Clerk of Scales-Mr 1\ H. In^le Clerk of Course - Mr S. Rintoull Measurer of Ponies-Mr A. Murren Handicftpper-Mr A. H. Cox Timekeeper-Mr T. Linton Secretary-Mr A. Allen fltowards-Messrs H. .Sheil, T. A. Andorson, A. W. Bowman, H. R. Ainlurson, J Widdis, A. Murren, F. M-Innea. PROGRAMME : HANDICAP HURDLE RACK Of 10 Sovs. 7 £ovs out of Htrvke to go to second horse and .*> sovs to third horae. About, but not lees than two miles. Entry Ifla, acceptance XI. The winner of any jumping race, after declaration of "weights, to cany a 71b penalty ; two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914

m:M ^ ?? ;'';- . . . . .."-= /v fV' ^ tys£L&i|r;- ?' FIGURES TALK -III 1,000,000 Bushels/.of «Wheat were carted.into!Sidings within six"mileB/of/Axiah Park N.S.W. this'year. , «\] ,'We. can offer landjinithia. 'famous Wheat District from £A per acre. Magnificent wheat country, closeito/Rall' and Railways under,; construct ion. Rainfall 19-20 inches, well distributed over. Autumn Winter Spring. Write, for particulars to" ; TO5BSTER BROS AUCTIONEERS ARIAH PARK JT.S.W. (LATE SHEPPARTOK, DOOKIE, VICT.) Give Your Job Printing .. to the " COURIER]" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed ! ^emmomvealtb Bank oriHustrntia iir.choH are open lor the transaction of Qonaral Banking Ousirtoes thniugnout Australia AV South Wale«-Sydney and Canberra Victoria-Mis1»ourne. Queonnland-Brisbane and South Australia-Adelaide. Wootorn AuKtraJla-IVrlh Taomanla-llobart. And at Kjsypl Home, SO-US New liroud Sfeet. London .b; i«-nilunr.ce.« innde to, mid draft" drawn on foreign place* direct. Foreign f;TU&...

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