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NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
NAMBROK Last Friday being "Egg-day" at The Pines State school, Nambrok, the scholars collected 20% dozen, which were sent to tne Gippsland Hospital. It is interesting to note that the children from the above school sent tho highest donation to the Patriotic Fund in the Sale district. The girls and boys are now knitting scarves, etc., for the soldiers.
ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB DISAPPOINTED MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB DISAPPOINTED MEMBERS Members of the Rosedale Rifle Club are keenly disappointed at the decision of the Closer Settlement Board in not entertaining the club's application for permission to erect a rifle range on the Karadoc Estate, close to Rosedale. Recently word was received that the old range was to be closed. This range is situated over three miles dis tant from the town and the sandy ?ature of the roads only petmits vehicular traffic to travel over them to the range. The members in their en thusiasm put up with these incon veniences in the hope of securing a more suitable site to eiect a range. The site refused by the Board is an ideal one, and most convenient.. The members offered to erect the range at their own expense and, in addition, pay the Government the turn of £5 per annum for the right to shoot on the range. However, the offer was not entertained. The club has 60 active members and a promise of 100 if the range could be got as above. It may be state...
CAST UP BY THE SEA A MESSAGE FROM THE TROOPS FOUND ON NINETY-MILE BEACH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
CAST UP BY THE SEA A MESSAGE FROM THE TROOPS FOUND ON NINETY-MILE BEACH While walking along the Ninety, mile Beach on Tuesday, 17th iast. says the "Standard" (Yarram), in the vicinity of Shallow Inlet, Mr John Urquhart picked up a screw top sweets bottle, sealed with soap. Inside was a damp piece of folded paper, which was dried in the sun. It conveyed the following message from the troops: TO WHOM IT MAY INTEREST After having lost sight of Australia for some hours, the hills of Victoria are again in sight, so we are Bending this in the hopes that someone may find it. _ Signed T. O'Reilly, D.A.C., 1st Australian Division ; E. C. Mitchell,, driver B.A.C. ; R. G. Horsfal, gunner, 3rd Battery; Sergt. L. D, Walsh, D.A.C. Australian Expeditionary Foicer s.s. Argyleshire. Monday, 19th October, 1914. On the back was written : "All the boys fit and well. God save the King. To hell with the Kaiser. Wait till we get to Berlin."
USED MANY OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 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 gave him the slighest relief," Sold by J, Williams, Rosedale
A CHARITABLE APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
A CHARITABLE APPEAL Our attention has been drawn to a most pathetic case, in which a two year-old infant of Mr and Mrs Norman Cameron, of Maffra, has lost both eyes recently. Owing to an affliction it was found, after best expert advice had been obtained, that it was necessary to remove botli tycs cf the little sufferer. The operation was successfully carried out by. Dr Hagenauer, at the Gipps'and Hospital. The patents ol the little one are in very poor citcuinstances the father is a woodcarter. A fund has been' alie.idy opened 10 make provision for the poor child in the fu'ure, and ar.y sums sent to Mrs Hagenauer, Sale, will be duly acknowledged. In rtcogn:sing a subscription of ^1/1/ from a Rosedale resident, Mrs Hagenauer says:-Many thanks for the subscription for the afflicted wee girl. It is a cruel case and I never have her out of my mind. There are eleven in family and they are really poor-fancy at two years of age losing both eyes. It is bad enough to lose a limb, but eyes i...
WAR PUZZLES MADE PLAIN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
WAR PUZZLES MADE PLAIN To the reader who likeB to get an answer to the queries tbst arise daily from the war n«ws we strongly recom mend the four sixpenny numbers of "Life'3 War Guide." The third and fourth numbeis, just to hand, complete the set of these excellent war booklets. The idea behind "Life's War Guide" was to answer, in four sixpenny book lets, a thousand or more war queries, and this has been most effectively accomplisheii. The four numbers of "Life's War Guide" may now be ob tained locally for sixpence eacb. In addition to making ' Life War Guide" a compact and low-priced encyclopaedia of the war, each article by Dr Fitnbett, and several special articles,' aucb au "How is an Army Fed ?" "Is the Submarine In vinoible ?" etc. If unobtainable locally, the four numbers of "Life's WarGuide" will be stnt post free to your address if 2/4 in postal note or stamps is. sent to T. Shaw Fitchetf, 37G Swaustou-street, Melbourne. Simply give name anl address and state : "Send set of ...
PATRIOTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
PATRIOTIC MEETING, A well attended meeting of ladies was held in the Rosedale Mechanics' Hall on Friday, November 21; to consider wajs and means of continuing the work of providing necessities and comfoits for our soldiers. Mrs Mitchell presided, and ex plained the object of the meeting. The ladies were unanimous in their wish to carry on the v/ork, and de cided to contribute weekly to a fund to provide mateiials, etc. Miss Cairns was appointed secretary and treasurer. Miss IJdgard, a.visitor from Queens land, offered to arrange a concert to provide furjds. The offer was grate fully aecepied, and the initial steps were undertaken for ^carrying out the proposal. On Tuesday the ladies held another meeting, and a number of garments were cut-and distributed among the ladies for making up. All arrangements for the concert are well in hand. Several Sale friends have consented to assist, as well as m-st of our local talent. Miss Lidgard. (he Queensland soprano, will take a leading p.irt, a...
CITY V. COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
CITY V. COUNTRY (By VV. H. ReDwick.) The attack which some city interests are making on the Country Roads' Board is characteristic of the attitude -which a section cf the capitalists and others adopt towards the great rural in .dustries. As is well known the great main roads throughout the State are so much out of order that the labor and expense of carting produce is very great. To deal with the trouble the Roads' Board has had a certain sum of money placed at its disptsal, and it stems to be loyally trying to expend its funds so that farmers will have their troubles lightened as much as possible. If the money is frittered away by pay ing fancy prices either for plant or services, the roads wilt suffer in quality and the cartage of produce be increased in cost. One would think that while this country is passing through the present droughty crisis, everything would be done to help the farming industries by enabling them to to get their ma chinery and roads as cheaply as pos sible. '...
WOMEN IN SHIRE COUNCILS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
WOMEN IN SHIRE COUNCILS (MorwDll "Gazette") "Should women bo allowed to be oomo members of Shiro Counoils ?" Tbe question has lately been dis cuescd in our Legislative Assembly in ratber a favorable strain. To our mind tbo scheme is ridiculous. Many of the Rentier sex have a voice in electing councillors, find there their responsibility should cease. What does tbe average woman know about grades, side-cuttings, deviations and bridgc-bnitding, and ninny other departments muni municipal control '? Agiiii) imagine a council consisting of twelve women deciding the best means of pulling n shire out of nwkwnrd financial difficulties, which even our most l;:en business men would find extremely difficult. Then thi-re are many important isaueB to bo decided arising out of largo budgets of correspondence, which would bo far beyond the ability of a woman when one considers the trouble our Civic Fathers have now to deal with (hem. One could imagine tbo following happming at a meeting ofa Morwel...
WINNINDOO [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
A few days ago the settlers of the Winnindoo and Karadoc Estates were informed that Mr J. Doyle, the Crown lands bailiff, who has been acting as caretaker fur the. Closer Settlement Board over the estates above mention ed, was to be removed and another person placed in charge. This at once aroused the ire cf the settlers, who think very highly of Mr Doyle, because he has always shown by his actions that he is a practical, courteous and sympathetic officer, and has endeared himself to the settlers, who can never do enough for him. The secretary of the Winnindoo and Karadoc Settlers' Association called a meeting, and ! every ' settler turned up to a man, and A resolution was movsd aDd carried unanimously that a petition be drawn up and signed by the settlers and immediately sent to the Secretary for Lands, asking him as a favor to kindly reinstate Mr Doyle as caretaker over these estates, aa the settlers consider a great injustice will be done them if he should be removed, as he is r....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
Tlieo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. ROSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYt'IELD. and 457 BOUKKE ST., MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, Nov. 27 (TO-MOltKOV.V THEO. B. LITTLE A- CO. will liold their next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on above dote, when they will sell 350 Head of Mixed Cattle 600 Sheep Acct Owner iiO Fat Sheep Acct Owner 1 Pure Bred Hereford Bull, 2-yr-ola Acct Owner 12 Store PiRs 4 Fat l'ifjs li Small l'igs Acct Ownor 10 2-yeor-old Heifers 12 Fat Bullocks I t Fnt Cows Aoot Ownor it Coils No. 10 Black Wire "Under Instructions from the Mortgagee Allotment 1, Section 7, Town and Parish of Rosttlule, County Bulu Bain, containing A-acre, with Dwelling thereon BIG YARDING WANTED Further Early Entries InYited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may be made with THEO B. LITTLE & CO Traralgon Sale of Household Furniture, etc. AT ROSEDALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 (TO-MORROW) THEO B. LITTLE & CO. will Bell for E. Cox, Ef(]., at the lo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
1'IIONE 10 C. F. Kleiiie Family JJiitcher ROS'EDALE. A.K°ent for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment Bonuses Annually W. Holloway Expert on Motor Cars9 Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale PUBLIC NOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on any portion of the HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this dace will be PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry PAINLESS AMI I'liitnxr i By a New Method-no pricking of the I accdlo find no bad after effects. Every I body Astonished. Why tfo to men who [ hurt you, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC- | XIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERMl Visits KOSEDALE at Exchange Hotel - DECEMBER 40i ALL DAY 3Tr C. lirunell Trood (Phone No. 25.) DENTIST. EArMOND_ST., SALE Mr Trood is your Local Dentist. A SET OF TEETH £2 10a. Repairs by Post will receive my Best Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. PUBLIC NOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecutcd, without respect-to persons R. M...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WTLLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 November 1914
TEC'S JJJOJJCTHILC ifyanvity. AND CAHBAJUNO, DENISON AND WTLLUNO GAZETTE PUBLISHED KVEBY TDUBBDAY MORNING THURSDAY, NO.V. 26, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tattorson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, December 4th, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 0 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. When replying to the question should hotels close at the same hour as other business places, Mr Lyoo, at his meeting at Heyfield,' related the fol lowing story :-"In Scotland the custom once was for hotels to close at 11.30, but now they close at 10 o'clock. Two Scotchmen were dis cussing the question in the street one day, when one said to the other, 'DoD't you think it a shame, Donald, if they close the hotels at 10 o'clock ?' 'Not at all, mon,' replied the other; 'if a mon canna get drunk by ten o'clock he's no fcryin'," You have cracked a nut with your teeth ? What was the pressure you exerted ? An American dentist who has been interesting himself in the matler, invented a pressure gauge which he ca...
TEN COMMANDMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
TEN COMMANDMENTS The last issue of the Victorian Store keepers' Journal has an article on "Ger many's Trade for the British Empire," and points out some wholesome truths, as to the folly of the British manufacturers allowing a large amount of the home trade to go to a foreign nation. It points out how different is Geinnny's attitude on this matter, and quotes the Get man's ten command ments which are worth repeating : 1. In all expenses keep in roiutl the interests of your own compatrio'.s. 2. Never forget when you buy a foreign article your country is the poorer. 3. Your money should ptofit no one but Germans. 4. Never profane German factories by usiDg foreign machinery. 5. Never allow foreign eatables to be served at your table. 6. Write on German paper with a German pen, and use German blotttrg paper. 7. German flour, German fruit, and German beer can alone give your body true German energy. 8. If you do not like German malt coffee drink coffee from German colonies. 9. UBe only G...
AN INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
M INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM An unfortunate altercation tcok place one night in a well known Rosedale cafe. One of the diners called for "Turkey without Greece," and the waitress rather rudely remarked, ''You must be a German." "No," he replied, "I'm Hungary." His friend nudged him, saying, "Be careful ; don't Russia, or she won't Scrvia." The .waitress retired, but returned again immediately, asking, "Do you intend to Koumania ?" "Certainly," the diner replied, "I want Somoa." Be coming anm yed, the waitress called cu', "Ring the Belgium, and I'll call Nancy. It will cost you a New Guinea."
Gormandale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
Ciormnndiile The following registered by Mr J 1st 3rd 16th 20th 22ad 28 rd 24tb 20th 26tb 28 h is the rainfall Gilsenan: S3 G 17 C 8 9 2 16 20 70 6 Total 1.91 For the previous 10 months 1G.82 pointB fell bringing up the total to date 18.78, wbioh is below the average.
Carrajung [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
Cnrrat ting* Tho following is the rainfall regiatered by Mr L. T. M'Dermott lBt 58 3rd 28 14 tli G 1 d tli ... ... 5 17th 4 20ih 6 21at ' 3 28rd ... ... 17 24th ... ... 9 a:>tn T4* 2Geli ... ... . 08 27th 7 Total 2.20 480pls fell for November 1918 Total for 11 mtliB. 1914, 22.82 Do. do do 1918, 48.15
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION FORMED AT ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION FORMED AT ROSEDALE The following residents attended the meeting in- the local Mechanics' on Monday night last, called fcr the purpose of discussing the advisability of forming a progress association in Rosedali :-Messrs C. F. Kleine (in the chair), L. J. Ridgway, W. Bready, G; Green, J. Cairns, W. Holloway, T. Kelly, G. Carlson. ! object ofthe meeting, ana alter several of those present had spoken strongly in 1 favor of forming such an association, Mr Ridgway moved :-That a progress association be formed in Rosedale, to be known as the Rosedale Progress Association.-The motion was second ed by Mr Holloway, and catried unanimously. Election of Office-bearers The following office bearers were then elected : President-Mr C. F. Kleine, on the motion of Messrs Bready and Holloway. Secretary-Mr G. Green, on the motion of Messrs Carlson and Cairns. Committee-All present (with power to add), on the motion of Messrs Ridgway and Kelly. Member's Subscription On the suggest...