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SOUTH GIPPSLAND SPORTS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
SOUTH GIPPSLAND SPORTS ASSOCIATION Says the Yarram "Standard" Officers of Leagues may argue till all's blue from their own standpoint, but sports clubs in this part of South Gippsland are determined to stand by the district association. They have seen enough in the past lo justify a change. Big money has been offered, and "won in a canter" by some Australian an'elope, against whom local peds. had not a ghost of a show. The particular ''star'' in the athletic constellation usually appears with a number of satellites, who get the best odds possible ftom the unwary public. Handicapping is unsatis factory, and sooner than have a repetition of the past, district sports meetings will be run apart from the Athletic League. If the League is that good and useful association it professes to he ; fostering clean sport and having a father',y regard for way-back ^poits intc.ibgs, why does it not vary its constitution, so that while protection may be given to each club, handicapping is permitted ...
ST. LEON'S GREAT UNITED CIRCUS TO-MORROW NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
ST, LEON'S GREAT UNITED CIRCUS TO-MORROW NIGHT Mr Frank Bamfield, who arrived in Rosedale on Thursday last, is no stranger in Rosedale, he having brought some big shows this way previously. In a few remarks he made, this circus is evidently the best he has piloted through Gippsland, and from what the Sale, Varrani, and Trara/gon papers say, it must be so. The "Standard" (Varrain^ states : On Thursday night the tent, a very capacious one, was simply packed and the audience was delighted with the acrobatic feats of Honey, Chctiy and Chudge (the dummy, but whose abilities to keep on the back of good horses was ably demonstrated), the marvellous way in which Senorita Phillipina drove four horses, and the manner in which gocd old "Gus" per formed the clown business. Acrobatism is a great ftalure of the performance. The chef d'ovre of the evening, how ever, was Senor Phillipina's agility in lighting upon a beautiful horse, tumbling, jumping up and down, and generally revealing to a large ...
DID YOU KNOW [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
DID YOU KNOW Tbat goat races are to be held at Roscdale Boxing IJjy Sports on Mon day, 281b December next. That a goodly number of "billies" are already "in train." ' That Mr Kene van's famous goat, "Boxthorn," which is hot favorite for the Thcrnyhedge Stakes, has met with trouble. That while exercising in Kenevan Park the favorite came in contact with the "steel spikes" on the newly erected seats. That other trainers are requested not to use the scats as hurdles, but keep to the track. That a good many locals may be seen leading docile angoras to the Park at daybteak for an early morning canter. That it is said they have something up their sleeve. That five "Blackberry eradicators" have already been entered for the Rosedale Goat Cup. That as a result of goat racing at Roseclale, there is a sharp rise in goat flesh. That Mr Rowling, of Sale, quotes fat goats 9/, stores 7/. That St. Leon's Great United Circus will play al Rosedale to-morrow night. Tbat there will be a grand parade at...
WITH THE GREATEST CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
WITH THE GREATEST CONFIDENCE "It is wi»h great pleasure I voice the praises of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy;" writes Mr William E. McKay, Postmaster. , Koromiko. N.Z* "I have ai rways found it most effective in the treat ment of Diarrhoea and dysentery and always .liave a supply in the hou e for family use. When I.r/as shopkeeping I used to recom mend Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea , Remedy to my customers with the greatest confidence." Sold by John Williams, Rosedale
THEY KEEP ME FREE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
THEY KEEP ME FREE "I used to suffer considerably from indi gestion and liver trouble," says Mr J. Healy, "Yorkdene," Edeftvale-road, Mt. Eden, N.Z, "Having tried several so called cures with no good effect, .1 followed the advice of a friend and took a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They gave me immed:ate relief and I was soon rid of indigestion. Now I take them regularly and find they keep me free from my old complaint." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
GORMANDALE (From Our Own Correspondent) The rainfall for October was only 38pts, which constitutes a record low (all for that month. Since the month closed there has been a welcome fall of 39pts, and this has freshened things up once more. These showers, fol lowed by the warm and windy weather, have brought along the hay crops, and before long, apparently haymaking will be in full swing. The output at the local butter factory amounts to about 8 tons weekly. Prices for butter fat have kept up very ?well ho far, in spite of the uncertainty at times of the overseas trade. Share holders and suppliers are pleased to Inow that the quality of the butter still keeps to the fore, as evidenced by the success achieved at the Islington Show, Residents are glad to note that tenders are invited by the Rosedale Council for the section of the main road including Thcmas" Hill. The dance recently held here in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund realised j£$ 3s. The attendance was not up to expectations, b...
IRRITABLE AND CROSS A Sure Sign of Worms in Children. What a Kurrnjong Child Suffered [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
IRRITABLE AND CROSS | A Sure Sign of \V0rm3 in Children. I What a Kurrnjong Child Suffered The sufferings which a child pfllict ed with stomach worm?, has endured is told in this statement made by Mrs C. A. Madden, ofKurrajong, N.S.W. Her little boy, at the age ofl 6 months, became very irritable and cross, and the doctor attributed the cause to stomach worms. The child became so bisd that on three or (our occasions I u went ip.'o cQrmilMoBs and a'most choked, owing (o tne worms p25S'Dg up to the throat. Various treatments were t ied w;th prac'.ictilly no success, until Ccmstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets were used with the following satisfactory results. These are Mrs Madden's own words : - "For some six months," writes Mrs C. A. Madden, of KurrBjong, N.S.W., "my little boy, now aged one yetr and ten months, has suffered from Stomach Worms, which the doctor attributed to the use of impure water. Until he was sixteen months old he enjoyed very good health, tut subsequently he became...
ROSEDALE'S FIRST WHITE CHILD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
KOSEDALE'S FIRST WHITE ? CHILD The following Icitcr to hand yestei" day will be of interest to our old residents : - TO THE KD1TOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-I am supposed to be the first white child that was born in JRosedale, formerly Flooding Creek. My b'rth dating 29th May, 1851. My sister (now deceased) was born on the land . mark of Sale one year nine months previously. Could you kindly send me a "Courier." I am hale and hearty, and will send you my photo if wanted. My father's name was James Johns, who was lost in the Anderson's Creek gold diggings in the early days. There were only nine huts in Rosedale when I was born. My. mother was there on "Black Thursday." I am hoping some time to come up 01 a visit to have a look r&lt; und, when I shall call at the oftice Excusing me for taking the liberty of wiring to you, I remain, ")i ours respectfully, MRS E. SYMONS ro Paik Strce', Norm Williamstown
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
Dd Not Ncglect your opportunities. Some people hove many opportunities 0/ improving their position, others only have few. In this competitive age everyone who lm« to rely upon his own exertions for a livelihood, needs to be keen utul alert. More than ever 1 the battle i* to the strong. Jt should w>t be forgotten that mental vigour and activity greatly depend upon gent-rn! physical fit* ness. Everyone known the distractlug nnd depressing effect upon the mind o( recurrent small ailments. The brain, like every organ of the body, requires a constant supply ol pure blood. Stomach, bowel and liver irregularities always lead to Impure Im poverished blood. Such conditions do not tend to Improve mental activity. If, there fore. you would maintain u healthy mind In a licaltby body, you Mill be well advised an occasional dose ot Beechom's Pills* which are a remedy of proved and admitted value in most caaoa of digestive disturb ance. It Is impossible for you to feel really well and to be at ...
WOMEN IN SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
WOMEN IN SHIRE COUNCIL "Listen to this, dear ; hero's news.1' Such may be tlio greeting of many a lordly householder to his meek and loving spouso as he gathers in, with the morning porridge, the information that the Legislative Assembly has ac cepted an amendment to the Local Government Bill, the effect of which is to allow women to become shire coun cillors. The cute little housewife will probably rteeive the 'thrill' with op parent unconcern, and remark some thing to the c-fTect that "while wo have men like you, John, to attend to the affairs of the town, there is no need for women to trouble their heads about them." The sentence is perhaps punc tuated with a kis°, and John leaves for work thinking-"that's a sensible little women, that wife of mine," In the meantimo the little woman has probably rend n'tul re-rea l the news paper report, reviewed the whole vista of possibilities for the future, wonder ing what drees would suit her for a council table. For the poor bashful shire c...
CRICKET KILMANY & NAMBROK UNITED v ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
CRICKET KILMANY & NAMBROK UNITED v ROSEDALE A match was played on ihe Rose dale Cricket Giound on Saturday last,, between the Kilmany and Nambrok United and the Rosedale Cricket teams, resulting in.a win for the former by 26 runs." The" recent soaich matches had the natural result of sharpening the visitors up in fielding, which was a distinct improvement to that showo at previous matches. The home team played well, considering it" was the fi st match of the season. For the United, Tyler played well (he hiving the distinction of doing the bat trick) and C. Weir, 33 not out,, was the top scorc. Richards stood out prominently for Rosedale. Lunch was served during the'interval, and a most, pleasant afternoon was spent. Scores were as follows : - UNITED Tyler, b Richards, ... ... ir Birch, c Keys, b Bowman ... 19 Davis, b Richards S Fisk: b Wallace, o Crick, cand.h Bowman..., ... 15 Kennedy, b Keys, ... ... o Weir, not out, ... 33 Miller, b Bowman, .- o Jtrdon, b Bowman, ... ......
MEN & LADS FOR FARM WORK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
MEN & LADS FOR FARM WORK The s.s. 'Indrapura,,'' which is due to arrive in Melbourne about Novem ber 24, is bringing to Victoria from .Great Britian a numher of men and lads who will be available for employ ment on farms or in other country work immediately upon arrival, The party includes 59 men and 108 Jads, and the Immigration Bureau of 555, Flinders-street. Melbourne, is now receiving applications from far mers or other country employers who may be requning labor, and will be glad to h3ve early advice of any openings available. The men are experienced in farm ?work and a few of them, who are mar Tied, will be available for engagement with thtir wives as married couples. It will pay you to have a talk with "Mr C. B. Trood, dentist, S*le.
SMOKING AT COUNCIL MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
SMOKING AT COUNCIL MEETINGS The attitude taken up by the Mor well councillors, saya the "Gazette," regarding smoking at tfae council table ia correct in the intereBta of strict decorum. Tbis question lia3 many timee been discussed by councillors right throughout the State (like the cupboard!), and nearly all have de cided against it. "The look of the thiDg" has always settled the argument. Yet, it cannot be denied that council lors, puffing away at their pipes, would (ft-times deal with the knotty problems they meet with greater precision, quickness and despatch. Calmness and firmness would emanate from the 1 smoke wreaths, and they would then j be fitted to abjudicate on those j problems with carefulness and without hurry and Hurry. As it is now, items that should be given grave consideration are sometimes passed over through eager hsste for a "smoke-ob.'' Many a logical con clusion baa been deduced from the calm and Eoothing saturation of a smokes cloud. Kon-smiking couuoil ior=" ...
USED MANY OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
USED MANY OTHERS "My little boy William used to get fright ful attacks of coughing at night," writes Mr Carpenter, Musgrave-street, North Rock hampton, Q. "Chamberlain's Cough Reme. dy was the means of saving me many a sleepless night for a couple of doses always relieved him when the coughing came on. Before trying Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I used many other advertised lines but nothing nave him the slighest relief." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
Tlieo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. ROSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYflELD. una 157 BOUKKE ST., MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, Nov. -7 THEO. B. LITTLE A CO. Will hold thc-ir next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on above date, when they will sell 350 Head of Mixed Cattle 600 Sheep Acct Owner 3 Pure Broil Hereford Bull, 2-yr-okt BIG YARDING "WANTED Further Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER1' OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may be made with THEO B. LITTLE A CO Traralgon NA1X BOKOUOH VIHIIH Saturday, November 14 rjlHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at JL the Borough Vards on the above date 50 Bead of Mixed Cuttle, including fats 30 Fat LnmbB Sale Horse Sale Tuesday, November 24 THEO. B. LITTLE A- CO., in conjunc tion with Messrs Campbell ? and Sons, will bold their next Horse Sale as above at 1 p m. Sheep and Cattle HEYFTELD Wpdnesday, November 18 TnHEO. B. LITTLF. and CO will sell JL as above, at 1,30 p.m., in their Iley field yards 100 Head Fat Cattle 150 Fa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
PHONE 10 O. F. Kleine ; Fam ily H it teller ROSEDALE. ' Ayrent lor ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment Bonuses Annually W\ Slolloway Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale I'liHLIC XOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on any portion of the HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this Jaco will be PROSE ODTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry . l'AI.YUSJ AM) I'EUFKW By a Now Method-no pricking of the needle and no bad after effects. Every body Astonished. Why go to men who hurt you, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTINC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON Visits IIOSEDALE at Exchange Hotel - DECEMBER lib ALL DAY 3'Ir C. Brunell Trood (Phone No. 25.) DENTIST. EAYMOATfl_ST., SALE Mr Trood ie your Local DentiBt. A SET OF TEETH £2 10a. Repairs by Post will receive my Beat Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. PUBLIC NOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACR...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
tzete J^oscihtlc s^/onvi AND CABaAJUNG, DenISON AND WlLLUNG Qazetxk PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY MOBNINO THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale OD Friday, December 4tb, 1 and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 0 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. A record of number of entries (2,012) has been received for to-day's Traralgon show. Mr J. W. Bowman,: of The Ridge received lop price (i3^-J> for comback wool on Tuesday. Other local clips commanded good prices. The programme, etc.,. of Rosedale Boxing Day ?ports appears in our advt. columns. Please make t>n appointment with Mr C. B Trooi1, dentist, of Sale. Phone 25 We understand that Messrs Burley, sawmillers, of Valencia Creek, will commence operations at Rosedale very shortly. They have acquired the timber along the Latrobe bank of Mr Clair Beck. Other river settlers, we are told, will probably dispose of their limber for milling purposes. "Even little Boolara has its swim ming basin," jays the "...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 19 November 1914
THE HOUSEHOLD REMEDY Melbourne Nurse's Appreciation of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills Nurse Isobel Fraser, of "Perizince," 43 Greig-sf., Albert Park, Melbourne, is a nurse of wide experience and con sequently the following statement re garding the merits of Dr Morse's In dian Root Pills that is published is deserving of attention by everyone who ia wanting a r> liable household medicine. Nursa Fraser writes:-'I I have found Dr Morso'a Indian Root | Pills an excellent remedy for the cure of Indigestion. My family use them also. Your medicine seems to provide for the many ills that afflict the house bold, and not unlike other households, finds a permanent place in our?. Hav ing been a nurse in Geelong, Adelaide, and Melbourne Hospitals, I claim to have qualified in midwifery nnd general nursing. I consequently say that in following my calling as ladies' nurse for the last eight year?, I am frequent ly asked by patients what reliable medicine I can rccommend, and bave no hesitancy in ...
THE KAISER'S AMBITION AN ECHO OF 1911 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 19 November 1914
THE KAISER'S AMBITION AN ECHO OF 1911 | I The following ate extracts from a letter written on Sept. JO, 1911, by a young man who worked as a ffttm hand at Moe. The writer is of German dtecent also bis friend wbo received it and forwarded it from South Australia to Mr Tom Cromb, on whose farm Bt Moe the writer was at one time employed. "Tue letter was written on board the s.s. Kroonland, of the Ked Star line, and accidently came to light whilst Mrs Cromb was turning out a desk full of old papers recently. In view of the recent happenings it is strikingly interesting, and reflects tbe feelings and oj.inion3 which existed on board tbe German boats. It ii plain from this, as well as numerous other B:urces, that the intentions of the Kaiser nnd bis military lo>de, wcro well known by tlio whole cf lhe Ger ninn nation, tho only discrepancy being in the year, which was either made purposely misleading, or the earlier opportunity appeared a more fuvorable one for the rr-iilipnliou of the ...