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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, OCT, 8, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
L^OSCTLNLC 4^0TTRIEI[. AND CAKRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLBSO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, OCT, S, 191-1 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on October, Friday 9th, and may be consulted at the Exchange "Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Good Grazing Properties Wanted at Once.-R. Farrin Webb, Traralgon. During the past week the "mercury" has been climbing to tbe roof of its cage. Yesterday was the warmest day of season so far. 85 degress in the shade And there are no signs of an early change. A big bush fire was going on Tues day oveoing and throughout jesterd»y 'ID the hill country to the south east of Rosedale-a remarkable state of affairs for this time of the year in Gippsland. A couple ol inches of rain at the present time would be very accept able. A special train arrived at Rosedale on Tuesday night from drought-siricken areas in the north, with a good number of horses on board. The animals were untrucked and taken out to tbe hill country...
NEVER HESITATES TO RECOMMEND THEM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
NEVER HESITATES TO RECOMMEND THEM ,4My daughter suffererd with indigestion and tried many medicines without getting rel»ef," writes Mrs E, J. Osborne, Spensley St,, Clifton Iiill. "Having Chamberlain's Tablets in stock I advised her to try them, which she did, getting immediate relief, I take Chamberlains Tablets myselft and find they are the best medicine of their kind that is possible to get." Sold by joha Williams, Rosedale.
WOODSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
WOODSIdE From Our Own Correspondent The annua! meeting of the Woodside Progress Association was held on Saturday evening last, a fair number of members being present. The fol lowing office-bearers were elee'ed : President, Mr J. Langham ; vice presi dent, Mr \V. Hall; secre'ary and treasurer, Mr T. Hutley ; asssistaot, Mr II. Lucas; auditor, MrC. Brown; committee, Messrs Carpenter, Condon, O'Rourke, Reeves, Avery, Lancaster, (Five to form a quorum). The secre tary read the balance sheet, which showed receipts .£24/19/6 and ex-, penditure £7/19/6, leaving a credit balance of £17, which was considered very satisfactory, and reflected great credit on Mr Hurley. A report of the works and doings of the association was also read which showed that the. Woodside Progress Association had established its name well abroad as a , live and energetic body. On the , motion of Messrs Carpenter and O'Rourke it was decided to give the secretary an honorarium of £2/2/. Snipe have put in an early ap pe...
PLEASANT SUNDAY AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
I PLEASANT SUNDAYA_FTERNOON Next Sunday afternoon the Traralgon Town Band will visit Rosedale. The band will take up a position under the pines in Lyons street, and selected airs will be rendered. Seats will be provided for the public. A collection will be taken up and will go towards the funds of the Rosedale Red Cross Society. Don't forget your purse!
WHEN LOVELY WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
WHEN LOVELY WOMAN Wants anything, ebo gets it. A. oase in j'oint is Bupplied by an iocident in the life of a lady reBident in Toowoom ba. Bbe wanted a grand piano badly not for herself or even for the benefit of her neighbours, who, it must be confessed, bad a prejudice againBt pianos. Mrs Ulano wanted it for her daughter, Gladys, who had got very tired of the rattle-trap of a cottage piano on whicb a generation of Blanos had been taught. Possibly the long life of this piano had something to do with the coldness of the neighbour's attitude. Well, Mr Blanc- one of thoBe uncouth persons who don't know a bar of music from a bar of eoap -wouldn't do nnything to further bis daughter's ambition. Mrs Blanc did. She wrote down to the Secretary, Eight Hour Art Union, Sydney, en closing h shilling, and a few months late, she had the pleasure of presenting Gladys with a "Code Melotone" worth £102. It only cost her one shilling, but Bbe was aB proud of her gift as if she had paid the full amoun...
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 (Before Messrs Jas. Steel Lester and Geo. Rintoull, J's.P.) NON ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 (Before Messrs Jas. Steel Lester and Geo. Rintoull, J's.P.) NON ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL George Freshwater was proceeded against on two charges, his children failing to attend school the prescribed number of days. Defendant, who did not appear, was fined 5/ in each case, in default 24 hours. . DEBT CASE T. A. Duck, contractor, proceeded against A. E. Ridgway, of Rosedale, to recover (he sum of £1/5/ due for material sold and delivered. An order was made for the amount, with 5/ costs. OVERDUE RATES Several rate summonses were with drawn, same having been settled.
STRATFORD RACES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
STRATFORD RACES The October mettingof the Stratford and Nuntin Racing Club was held on Thursday last. The weather was beautifully fine and there was a good attendance, the gate receipts being only a few pounds short of last year's. The fields were very good and the racing interesting. As to the officials, they all oquitied themselves well, and the meeting was passed off without a hi'ch, save a little delay through another set of scales having to he procuted early in the day. As to Mr Lewi?, the club's secretary, he sees little oi the racing, but is happy so long as he is able to give attention to ihe requirements of all and keep things in order. Mr Lett got all his fields well away, and Mr S. Farreir was prompt and correct with his decisions as judge. Results HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Of ^25. Abcut two miles. R. Gilder's bk m Loquacious, by The Chevalier-All Talk, 6 yrs, 9.3 (G. Massie) ... i J. Jensen's bk m Powerful, aged, 10.9 (J. P. Edwards) ... 2 Miss Doyle's b g Wessex, aged, 10.2...
GRINDING THE TEETH WHILE ASLEEP STRONG INDICATION OF WORMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
GRINDING THE TEETH WHILE ASLEEP STRONG INDICATION OF WORMS One of the moBt pronounced symp toms cf worms in children is grinding tbe teeth and suddenly starting up out of sleep. There are many BymptomB of this most dis tressing complaint from which notonlj children suffer, but adultB also. When there is a tendancy to pick the nose and the bowele are irregular, sometimes constipated, and other relaxed, the appetite variable, a copious flow oi saliva, and a swelling of the upper lip, there is a strong evidence of the presence of worms, and if their preBenoe is suspected immediate steps should be takdn to positively estab lish the fact,and when once established Comstock's ' Dead Shot" Worm Pel lets should be admiuistered according to directions. Worms require a specific medicine, and there iB no remedy so effective as these pellets. They kill the worms destroy their eggs, and dislodge their neste. Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets are a purely vegetable medicin al preparation for the...
THE LATE MRS GRAHAM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 October 1914
THE LATE MRS GRAHAM The funeral of the late Mrs Ann Graham, who passed away at Rosedale on Wednesday, 30th ult., took place at Rosedale on Friday, when a very large and representative number of relatives and friends attended the last obsequies. The remains were interred in the local cemetery, and Rev. R. Mitchell con- ducted the service. The deceased lady, who was very well known and highly respccted throughout this district, came out to Victoria with her husband (the late Mr R. J. Graham, of "Summerhill," Flynn's Creek) in 1857. They took part in several of the early gold rushes, and eventually came over to Flynn's Creek from Smeaton some 42 years ago. She had reached the good age of 82 years, and was the mother of J. J., R.A., J. W., H. R. Graham, Mrs Clues, Mrs Kleine and Mrs Wilson. IN MEMORIAM SERVICE At an in mercoriam service at Flynn's Creek last Sunday, conducted by Rev. R. Mitchell, he said :—"I wish to make some reference to one who lived many years in this district, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 October 1914
Coibeck's Curative Syrup j Cares Indigestion and checks Acidity and Kidney TroubleB You who suffer from Constipation | and Piles will obtain speedy relief Obtainable at Challman's Pharmacy | TRARALGON 2/ Bottle, posted 2/6 'THE CORRECTIVE PROPERTIES OF DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS Many people have no hesitation in taking a dozen bottles of medicine in liquid form prescribed ly a doctor, but view with alarm the suggestion to take a course of pills. This misappre hension is no doubt due to the impression that pills are merely purgatives, which may be corrrct in some instances. Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, however, are not merely puraga lives, acting upon the bowels only, but contain more im portant properties, which correct disor ders of the Blood. Stomach, Liver, and Kidneys, evidence oi which is not wan'.ing. Thousands of testimonials from all parts of Australia verify our statements of what Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills will do and are doing every day. You will find neighbors, frie...
GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 October 1914
GENERAL NEWS Mr Angus F, M'Donald, of Mor .well, has been granted an auctioneer's licencc. One day last week one of the railway officials at Nlorwell, says the "Gazette," found a quadruped with a candal ap pendage incarcerated in one of the tanks at the station. The actions of several people who hid been imbibing some of the "aqua pura" from the tank raised the official's suspicion that some thing was wrong somewhere, and investigation revealed an extinct canine in a well advanced stage of decomposition lying in the bottom of the reservoir. The animal must have been dropped inlo the tank by some despicable person. We consider it a "dog" of a trick. It was a "hair raising" experience for the official, who avers that if ever he unearths the guilty person he will "dog'' his steps for ever. A cotvesponden; to the "Times," ?writes:-Mr Joseph Keogh, ofYinnar, one of the oldest and most affable Gippsland sports, returned to his home on Wednesday last. To use a sporting phrase, the "evergre...
THE COALSTON LAKES IN QUEENSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 October 1914
.COALSTON LAKES QUEENSLAND Miss E. M. Bott, formerly of Holey Plains, Rosedale, but who has for some time resided near Biggenden, Queensland, in a recent letter to a friend, gives a very interesting account of these lakes in comparison with Lake Hewitt on Mount Wellington, Gipps land. She says these lakes (Coalstou) are not like the one on Mount Wellington. Mount) Le Brun, or the Lakes Hill, as we generally call it, seems as if it had been an active volcano ages ago, as the soil about here is volcanic, and there is a tremendous quantity of stone scattered around this district. These stones about the lakes are very light, and full of holes. Oue of the lakes is 20 feet deep, and is 12 acres in area; the other one is smaller. We live on the end of a plain at the foot of Mount Le Brun. The plaio contains ' about 30,000 acres, and all round it are hills. My father had a well sunk here and when it was about ten feet down, got on to solid basalt, and when down about sixty feet, came upon r...
SHIRE SECRETARY ANNOYED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 October 1914
SHIRE SECRETARY ANNOYED At the ordinary meeting cf the Al bertoti Shire Council held on Thursday, the Shire secretary (Mr Geo. Black) brought under the notice of the council the fact, says the "Chronicle," that a press report had been out that the secre tary of the Rosedale Shire had been instructed by the Rosedale Council to attend with the Government auditor in the adjustment of the accounts rendered necessary by the recent severence. He explained that the Al berton Shire had made the request that the adjustment he made at the time of the annual audit and the Public YVorks Department had agreed to the course. He ihought that the action would be a reflection OD thr Alberton Shire Council and its officers, and he would strongly object to such a procedure. Cr Bland stated that he took it that the Government auditor was the authority and the Council wanted no interference. Cr Power said lhat he applauded the attitude of the Secretary in respcct to the matter. He took it, as the Secret...
PERILS OF MIDDLE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 October 1914
PERILS OF MIDDLE AGE. By Arthur Salmon. People are npt to dwell upoa the temptations ot youth, lis special risk* and dangers, with an idea that when tills period Is passed life's greatest perils are over. lint youth has its own special armor, in some sense Us own safeguards. its own recuperative power Sometimes it. has. a power or goins through much without tak «t' a as 11 ng soil, and this Is a very bcmtlful and wouderfuj Quality. It cannot safely he cotintuu on, hut. it Hs'AfS and °Ilen raarv(;ll""sly evinces In any case, youth usually has abun dance of advisers and counsellors sometimes too many-to whom at present we may leave It. What about the dangers of middle age? Are they .hot equally real and pressing, and generally- far less fully recognised or guarded against? What, then, are these dangers? They are real and palpable. There is the danger of growing old, spiritual J^TT. sr",Z oId Physically is another matter. There Is the danger ot lost enthusiasm, of surrendered ideals of...
NEW SCHOOL FOR ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 October 1914
I NEW SCHOOL FOR ROSEDALE t - The following will be of interest to local paren'.s : Education Office, Melbourne, October 6, "14 Miss F. M. Cairns, Correspondent, School Committee, Rosedale. Dear Madam,-I have much pleasure in informing you that tenders for the remodelling of the Rosedale State Scnool will be invited next week. When the work 'is completed tile building will be one of the very liest in the district. It has been a long time coming, but when it is completed, the building will give ample accommodation and will ba a credit to the town. YOUTS faithfully, T. LIVINGSTON.