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TO THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
TO THE KAISER. A bloodthirsty monarch sitting high oa his throne Causing blood to be pouring like ruin Plunging thousands of mothers to weep and I to groan See her husband and so 18 among the s ain If you pause jon will Bee the great pain yoq are giving "And the bill jojr poor subjects must piy Tht ruth esa ilestiuction you have caused to the living And poets will haunt you with-"Here's to the Day" I You order your out-throats to rush at the | gloaming To surprisn tlio brave Allies, who stand (inn to daie The result of it all Icivea your soldiers lay I moaning And the dread of your future makeB you haggard with care The thoughts of ray thema came to me at tile dswning The sky teemed cloudy as though it would rain Not a sound but the crowing of cocks in the morning Disturbed the sereneneas of that sweet fliwery plain Whit a contrast to the Hell in Europe I you're making Can't you bed Old Clootie, he's nndifing you on He wunts you under hitches in I Sloughchdbuaching To beeoma his fir...
THE "WALL" AUTO-WHEEL THE CYCLISTS' ENERGY SAVER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
THE "WALL" AUTO-WHEEL THE CYCLISTS' ENERGY SAVER What it is-It is unquestionably the greatest labor-lightening, speed increasing, lime-saving device ever invented for cyclists. The attachment consists of a strongly tyred 20-inch auxiliary steel wheel embodying a one horse power petrol driven engine. The complete unit only weighs a few pounds, takes up veiy little space, and can he easily fitted to a lady's or gent's cycle. So simple is the structure that anyone c*n tell at a glance how eveiything works. Touching a single lever with one finger on the hanclebar starts or stops the machine instantly. Moving the same lever a little further aside enables you to travel slowly or quickly just as you please What it dots-It ends the drudgeiy of pedalling and so prevents fatigue. A tninature, silent-running, self-oiling motor propels the cycle over rough roads, against strong headwinds and up tiring hills at sixteen miles an hour -while you sit in the saddle and steer. What it costs-£21 is th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
CHECKED AN EPIDEMIC "I have been periodically attacked with dysentery," says Mr Thomas Samson, Sus« s*x street, Grey Lynn, Auckland, F Z.t "and have never found anything to give me the immediate relief that Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy does ; it certainly checks the attack?. When 1 was in the .grocery trade I found Clnmberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem dy very popular amony the Maoris, it having done go'd work towards checking an epidemic of d)S*ntery among them" Sold by J. Williams, Rose, .dale bo deluded. Yon oanuot mit the vacant property by merely hanging a card in the window, or -advertise your wares by means of tlwj paint brush and the ink pot. The man who wants to catch Daino Fortune's smilo must do more thuu with tho liiely lady. Thousands have tried it. Hundreds arc at tho same game to-day, and will have no better success than you are having the fickle lady. Get down to business Ad vertigo your vjount pioperty and business, mid your wants in the ltOSKDALE COURIE...
PROSPECT Ninety Mile Beach, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
PROSPECT From Oar Own Correspondent Ninety Mile Beach, Monday. The season has set in" early, and the number of visitors at this period of . the year is greatly in excess of former years. Recent campaigners include Mr R. J. Cheny, chairman of trustees; Mr A. G. Holt, town-clerk, Sale; Mr Jas. French, shire secretary, Maffra; Mr I-Iu>sey, secretary Maffra Agricul tural Society. The latter expressed himself greatly pleased with this re sort, and now understands its growing popularity. Several houses have been built since last camping season. Amongst those ?who have erected dwellings are Mr C. Smith (The Heart), Mr Geo. Cartledge (Sale), and Mr Ccoper (Maffra). A grand view seaward ca'i be obtained from the look-out ere;led by Mr Jas. French. It is 23 feet high, and the stage will accommodate half a dozen people. Mr Irvine's accommodation house is in demand, and supplies a long want felt by casual visitors. The owner has added rooms to it, and they are not likely to be vacant during ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
Tlieo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, SALE, TRAfiALGON and HEYiflELD. -»nd 457 BOUBKE ST., MELBOUI1NE Rosedale Sale Friday, Dec. 18 a^HEO. B. LI1TLE it CO. will hold their next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on ftbove date, when they will sell 350 Head of Mixed Cattle 000 Slicep BIG YAItDIXO WASTED further Early Entiics Incited ?X«F.J,. .AT "fiOIJBIEIl" jnaJe with THEO B. LITTLE i CO Traralgon NllE BOBOVGH l AKDH Saturday, December 5 fllHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at JL the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head oC Mixed Cattle, including fats 30 Fat Sheep 7 4'tooth Leicester Rams fin woolJ Sale Horse Sale Friday, December IS THEO. B. LITTLE & CO., in conjunc tion with Messrs Campbell and Sons, will hold their next Horse Sale as above at 1 p.m. Fat Stock Sale HEYFIELD Wednesday, December 16 XIHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell JL as above, at'i,30 p.m., in their Key field yards f Tuesday, December S THEO B, LIT! LE St CO. Sheep and Cattle TRARALGON Tue...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
PUON'E 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butcher ROSEDALE. iirent for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment Bodubcb Annually W. Il,oliu^*V Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND I'JETROL). BEPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale PUBLIC NOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on any portion of iho HOLEY PLAIN E STATE aftor this 3iuo will ba PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry I'AIMJKSS AM) I'KKFEW By a Now Method-no pricking of the needle and no bad after effects. Every , body Astonished. Why go to mon who hart yon, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON Visits ROSEDALE at Exchange Hotel DKCEMBER .1th ALL DAY JJ an. -^ (Phone No. 25.) I DENTIST. RAYMOND_ST., SALE Mr Trood is your Local Dentist. A SET OF TEETH £2 10a. Repairs by Po3t will receive my Best Attention. EX TRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. ITUMC .NOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACREADIE, Willung Whol...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, DEC: 8, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
TZETE J^OSCTLALE &lt;^ONRI AND CARBAJU.NO, DENISON AND WILLONO GAZETTE PUBLISHER EVERY THDBBDAY MOBNINQ THURSDAY, DEO: 8, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL "The Great Awakening."-A pro gres association has at last been formed in Rosedale. Mr Tattereon, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, December 4tb, and may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. tod.SO p.m. The booths in connection with the Rosedale Boxing Day Sports will be sold on Saturday, December 12, by Messrs Theo B. Little and Co., at their Mart, Sale, at 2.30 p.m. Entties Icr the Rosedale Boxing Day Sports (Monday, December 28) close on Monday, December 14. The first meeting of the Rosedale Progress Associa ion takes place in the Mechanics' on Monday evening next. All inteiested are asked to make an efitort to attend. Business important. Mr H. Roberts, of Cowwarr, who lived in Walballa as a boy, made a trip thtough~the ranges this wtek, says the "Chronicle," and renewed many old associations in the town on Wednesd...
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
GORMANDALE From Our Own Correspondent The recent rains have freshened up the watercourses and helped the grass and root crops We have had a slight frost or two .during the past week. The Church of England lea meeting passed oil successfully on Thursday last. O *ing to a good deal of sickness ?which is prevalent the a'.tendance was not q'lite as good as usual. Traralgon talent furnished the programme for (he concert. The annual meeiing of the spoits club was held on Saturday last. There was a good attendance. Mr C. O'Connor was re eiectcd president and Mr Wm. Thomas is once more re elected secretaiy. I am not in possession of full particulars, but the sports are likely to be held early in .March.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 (Before Mr Jas. Steel Lester, J.P.) Insulting Behaviour and Resisting Arrest [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
MONDAY, NOVEMBER ^Before Mr Jas. Steel Lester, J.P.)' Insulting Behaviour and Resisting Arrest John Foley, who has been working' in this district of late, was arrested by Constable Brown on Saturday night, and was brought before the court on. Monday to answer to two charges. On the first charge, for insulting, behaviour, he was fined £2 in default 7 days; on the second, for resisting arrest, he was remanded to appear at the local court to-morrow, Friday, December 4.
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 (Before Mr Harris, P.M., and Mr Jas. Steel Lester, J.P.) Drunk and Disorderly [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 (Before Mr Harris, P.M., and Mr Jas. Steel Lester, J.P.) Drunk and Disorderly John Brown, a stranger, was arrested by Constable Brown on Thursday,. 26th inst. Accused, who pleaded guilty to the charge, said he had woik (fern cutting) to go to op Bairnsdale way. As be had been in lock-up for the night, he was discharged with a caution. Failing to Enroll The following were called tathe court for neglecting to have their names placed on the Commonwealth Electoral Roll : - Jas. M'Ewan, excuse forwarded, but deemed not satislactory. Fined 2/6. Cornelius Maine, fined 2/. Matgaret Aird, case dismissed. Mary Ann Davis, case withdrawn. Richards n Stephenson, case dis missed. Joseph Freeman came from New Zealand ; was working at Gormandale wymg.-- Fined 1 /. Wil.iam Stanley o-iiu voted in the Yarram Yarram sub division at the recent Federal eli ctions, but was not now residing in that sub-divisioo. Fined 1 /. Irregular Attendance at School Isaac Pendl...
CRICKET RAILWAYS v. ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
CRICKET RAILWAYS v. ROSEDALE The above mBtcli was played at Boeedale on Saturday last, and after a good" game resulted ia a win for Rosedale by four wickets. Tbeir victory was chiefly dus to the Excellent bowling of Tylt-r, who t-ok most of the wickeis. A. Ryan gave a good display of batting for the railway team, and Messrs Bready and Tyler, batted well for the locals. Following are the scoris: RAILWAYS A. Ryan, c Bready ... . . 57 Higgins, c Mooney, b Tyler ... 0 White, c Tyler ...;? ... ... 0 Orr, c.sub, bllioney ... ... o Yule, b Tyler ... ... ... 2 Mossfitld, b Tyler ... ... 8 Swiudoo, b Bready ... ... 1 Hinds, b Tyler ... ... ... 0 Hansen, b Tyler ... 14 , M'Gregor, b Tyler ... .. 2 W. Clougli, not out 5 Sundries ... ... 20 Total ... ... ... 115'' ROSKDALK Tyler, 0 Ryan ... ... ... 8& M'Kenzie, run out ... ... ] Bready, c Ryan ... ... ... 42. Keys, not out ... .... ... 18 ! Anderson, b Yulo ... ... 0 Hilhnan, c Yule ... 0 Mooney, lbw" fc Higgin3 ... , 7 Uuiplielby, ijot...
THE GUN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
THE GUN Results of clay pigeon shoot held at Rosedale on Wednesday, November 26: Outright Trophy (donated by Messrs Dalgety and Co.) Conditions: 15. birds at 16 jards-T. A. Umphelby, 15 out of 15,1st; T. Kelly, 11 out of 15, and T. C. Rowley, 11 out of 15, 2nd. -&lt;arO»ccp-a.Vi yau, j. i oul Of 12. 2nd Sweep-T. Cone, 5 out of 6. 3rd Sweep-T. Cone, 7 out of 8. 4th Sweep-T. A. Uaiphelby, 6 out of 6. 5th Sweep-T. A. Umphelby, 9 out of 9. NoviceSweep-S. Fryatt, 4 out of 5 ' T. A. Umphelby made scores of 16 and 15 in succession. A strong wind blew across the ground and made the "birds" very difficult at times. The sparrow championship of Gipps land was competed for at the Traralgon Gun Club's grounds recently. The conditions were 10 birds at 23 yards and 11 at 25 yards. A keen shoot resulted in O. Christensen, of Glen garry, winning, with the possible 21 kills, S. Fryatt, of Flynn's Cieek, was " runner-up with 20 kills, and F. R. Meek, of Traralgon, 19 kills, was third man.
NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914
NAMBROK From Our Own Correspondent A young man, named W. Ryan, em plojod on Mr S Anderson's faim, met with a very serious accident last Thursday. It appears that a pair of horses attached to a load of hay started off, and Ryan, who was near by, made an attempt to stop them. In doing so he was struck by the frame of the waggon and knocked down, the wheels passing over the small of tho back. Ryan was promptly conveyed to the Gippsland Hospital hy Messrs Ander son and Murray, where, on examina^ tion, he was found to be in a serious condition, the spinal cord having been severed. Some incitement was caused on Tuesday, about mid-day. A large straw stack caught fire on the farm known as Hopkins's, now owned by Mr J. Widdi*. The neighbors around were quickly on the scene, and the fire was confined to the stack in question. The origin of 'he fire is a mystery, but it is supposed that a swagman was smoking while having a rest out of the sun, the stack bti ig within a few yards ofiheioad.' Ft...