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REAPER-THRESHER DEMONSTRATION AT ST. ALBANS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
REAPER-THRESHER DEMONSTRATION AT ST. ALBANS A demonstration of the new Nichol son and Morrow reaper-thresher was given on the farm of Mr Sinclair at St. Albans en Satutday, 19th inst. Amongst those present were the Minister for Customs (Mr Tudor), Mr Mr Fenton, and the Comp troller-general of Customs (Mr Stephen Mills). The special advantages claimed for this machine ate that it will cut a 10ft swarth with the same team, required for the ordinaiy harvester, which would cut only half that width ; that there is no "side draft," and that the machine will work under conditions in which the ordinary harvester could not be employed. The conditions when the demon stration took place were certainly un favourable, for with the intermittent showers the crop was tough and stringy. However, the cutting was clean, and the threshing was excellent. The essential differences of the reaper thresher and the harvester consist in the use of a knife behind the comb, such as that employed in a binder, an...
ROSEDALE SPORTS A GREAT SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
ROSEDALE SPORTS A GREAT SUCCESS The local Boxing Day Sports, liold on Monday last, passed oft voty successfully. Tho woatlier, although not too promising In the morning, turned out beautifully fine, and thoro was assembled on tho ground quito as largo a gathering as Inst year. The gato receipts amounted to £38. A splendid programme of running, cycling, chopping and sawing ovents, also a goat raco, which caused much merriment, got through in good stylo. Tho concort and ball in tho evening wan well oatromsoJ, tlio door takings amounting to £32/8/0. Some alterations wero made in tho prize money of sovoral of tlio events this year, which was very much criticised by a number of the public. Tho Sheffield Handicap was reduced from £10 to £30. but still tho entrance money was 15/in advnnco of last year. The prize money for tho wood chops last year was only £14, and the entrance moucy amounted to £fi/.:i/. This year tho coinmittco increased tho prize monoy to £20, with the result that £22/2/...
LONGWARRY SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
LONGWARRY SPORTS The Longwarry axemen's patriotic carnival was held on Boxing Day on the Longwarry recreation grounds. The weather was cloudy, but fine, and a large crowd gathered to witness the wood-chopping contests and other events. Results of the principal events : Maiden Underhand Chop (141a log) -E Eacott i, J Armstrong 2» Time, imin 4 2*5ssc. Standing Chop (tGin log)- C Wes ton i, A E Smith 2, L A Maeon 3. Time, imin 13 i-ssec Open Underhand Chop-J Larkia 2, A E Cole 2, C Weston 3. Time> imin 23sec. Double handed Sawing (i8in log) -M'Pherson and Larkin 1, Weston and Kendall 2. Time, 14 4 5sec. District Handicap (20-mile radius), 120 yards-J Ralph i, G H Cipps 2> W. Deveraux 3. Time, H3ssec. District Handicap Bicycle Race (20 mile radius), one mile-T Miller 1, G B Cameron 2. Time, 2min 1435 sec> Longwarry Cup, 120 yards-F Duffy, 12yds, 1; S A Dunn, 16yds, 2 G Gipps, 13yds, 3. Time, 11 i*5sec^ Handicap Hurdles, 130 yards-W. W Hardie, i6yds, 1 ; A Forrest, 13yds,. 2, Lo...
CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
CONCERT The following items were rendered -(Part i) Oveiture, Mrs Napper; song, "To Have, to Hold, to Love," Mr Spencer ; song, "Down the Vale," Mr M'Minn ; song, "Together," Miss Ethel Lidgard ; humorous Song, "Singing Master," Mr H, Wallace ; song, "Parted," Mr Geo. Gieig ; Song, Miss Love ; song, "Chip of ibe Old Blrck," Mr Napper; humorous song, Mr Joe Wallace ; song, "That Was Yesterday" Miss Ethel Lidgard ; song, :'The Deathless Army," Mr Adlard ; duet, "In Springtime" Miss Lidgard and Mr Napper. Part 2-Song-"A Bandit's Life," Mr Geo. Greig; song, "Pleading," Miss Ethel Lidgard j song, "My Old Shako," Mr Spencer; humorous song, "Foo the Noo," Mr Harry Wallace; song, Miss Love ; song, Mr M'Mwn ; duet, "It's grand to have a pal like England," Miss Love and Mr Paul Mooney; humorous song, Mr Joe Wallace ; song, "Tommy Atkins." Mr Adlard.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER*' Sir,-I see by a recent issue of your jouroal that the initiatory steps have been taken to establish a progress as sociation in Rosedale. It is history repeating itself, as I look upon such an organisation as a twin sister to a. debating class. I tefer to an associa tion which existed in a very healthy state for years during the middle sixties ar.d held its meetings in your Mechanics' Hall when the building was just opened and its dimensions were small. I will confine tr.is note to the result of one meeting. Donald M'Lood, of "The Ridge," in the chair, and accompanied by the late Hon. Allen M'Le.tn, who was a guest that evening at "The Ridge." The debate was opened by the reading of an essay, subject: ''Is Total Abstinence Just _ and^Philosophic," taking the affirma tive. The debate following was clevcr ly sustained! both the affiimative and negative, by Dr Simmons, Messrs John O'Connor, C. I. Du Ve, Phillipe, the chairman and others. What I now wish t...
ALL SORTS HOW THE TIDE COMES IN. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
ALL SORTS HOW THE TIDE COMES IN. The silent noon is past; the tide hai turned; and now the sleepy »tinbeains 1111 with a new song of in-driving rip l>les, aB the waters begin to return frODi their long exile under the glitter ing southern slsy. Hustling together liko sheep at a gale, the low wavelets Journey' over the weed-strewn shore; and visibly, span by span, the wide fiand-acreage narrows before'lho eyes An hour ago the sea was a voiceless, indefinable thing, remote as the blue sky it merged Into on the far horizon; but now it Is suddenly near, and broad awake and eager-striding impetuous ly landward; strctohing out wide sand dunes that never again will drink at its sparkling rim. How swiftly the tide, comes in over these brine-sodden levels is difficult to realise, unless care ful watch bo kept. It is as though aotno bright sun-signal fell into the remoteness and the silence, and at once some Invisible barrier dissolved -away. The Incoming waters lift in long terraces one b...
HOT-WEATHER SKIN TROUBLES [?]chy Rash, Swellings and Sores Quickly Healed by Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
HOT-WEATHER SKIN TROUBLES Iicby Hash, Swellings ntiri Soros Quickly Ilerileil by Zam Bilk Heat lumps, prickly heat, cei'.oma, blotches, clialitigs. blisters, sore feet and other summer skin troubles should bo treated with Zam Iiuk. This unique balm has tho hap|iy knack of cleansing tho ekin's pores of nil im purities and moke tbo skin healthy, oool, and dear. Mrs M. Lane, of Larrngh-street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, pays: "One night, through thn overheating of my blood, I awoke with both my legs in a state of fearful irritation. I could have almost lorn the llesh. The itchiness was unendurable and I felt like going mad. "We always keep a supply of 55am Buk in the house, and my husband got up and made mo rub some of the balm well into my lfgs. It was wonderful how soothing and cooling 55am Buk was The excessive irritation went away im mediately, and I obtoined perfect ease. After that I dropped off to eleep, and 1 have never been trouble with the itching since." Zam Buk is GO reliabl...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS DU VE—COX [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
ORANGE BLOSSOMS DU VE-COX A wedding of local iutorest took place in St. Mary's Church, Caulfield, ou ChriBtmaa Day, botwoou Mr 'WentzBl Du Ve, of Miloe, Queensland, Bon of Mr C. I. Du VG, of Elsternwick, (formerly ot "Tho Wattles," Rosedalo) and Miss Addio Oox, daughter of Mr E. Cox, of Haw 1 thorn (late hoadnmBtor of Kosodale Stato school). Tho Rev H. T. Langiey, brother-in-law of tho bridegroom, wan tho officiating clergyman. Tho happy couple, who are at present on a visit to this district, will loavo shortly for thoir future homo in Miles, Queensland. Wa joio with thoir mauy friends in wishing them a bright and happy life.
Took Friends' Advice KIDNEY AND LIVER Troubles Terminated by Morse's Indian Root Pills [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
Took Frienda' Adyioe KIDNEY AND LIVER Troubles Terminated bj Morse's Indian Root Pills "I consider Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills a wonderful remedy for Kidney and Liver Trouble," writes MrB Lily Malthouse, of Clyde Lane, off AlcAr thur-street, North Ballarai. "I was a suffer for years and tried almost everything to regulate my liver, with out any success. Some of my friends adviBed trying Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, and with some diffidence I took them, and to my astonishment I be came rapidly well again and wouM not be without them in my house, and I Bpeak of Indian Root Fills as I found them an excellent remedy. In the case of my family I find they regulate the system and prevent many of the ills bo common with children. You can use these few lines for publication if deemed advisable,"
CORRESPONDENCE UNUSED ROADS, ETC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
. CORRESPONDENCE UNUSED ROADS, ETC. /Iro THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-Under the heading of "Un used Roads, etcin your report of last council meeting, and in answer to my enquiries, I understand it is the Shire secretary's dnty to report all closed roads every February. I also note that at the suggestion of Cr Henderson it was resolved thaf I be asked to assist the secretary in his duty in this mauer. I am sotry that my own business takes up all my time, but having always taken a keen interest in council matters, and wishing to as sist the councillors, I will be pleased to put Mr Lester on the right track of finding out unpaid closed roads if he will call at my office at any time. There is another matter that I noticed. Mr Lester informed the council that I had laid a pipe across the road without permission. This is not true. Having a great amount of this class of work to do in my busin s1-, from Warragul to the New South Wales border, I have always gone to the proper quarter for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
Theo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. B08EDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEY1TIELD. and 457 JBOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, Jan. 30 THEO. B. LITTLE & co. win hoia thoir next Salo in Kelly's Yards, on above date, when they will sell 350 Heart of Mixed Cattle C(M) Slieqt BIG YARDIXG WASTED I'urllier Early Eiitiifs Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER' OFFICE will bo duly advertised, or may bo made with THEO B. LITTLE & CO Traralgon Stratford Stock Sale Mondny, Jmirary 1 Nico Lines of Sheep and Cattle THEO B. LITTLE & CO Special Slieep gale Sale Borough Yards ?Wednesday, January 0 ryHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will hold 1 their next Special Sale in the Borough Yards, as above, after the arrival of mid day train, when they will o^er about 5000 Splendid Sheep including 1000 4 and G-tooth Comeback Wethers COO Crossbred 2-tooth Ewe3 250 Crossbred Wethers 360 6-tooth Wetliera, one mark, good order 500 Crossbred Fives 400 Good Lambs, in wool 500 Miie 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
PHONE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butcher ROSEDALE. 4i;eiif for .ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, ' Sound Investment Bonuses Annually W. ilolloway Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS 1 SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale PUBLIC NOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on any portion of the HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after tliia daio will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry l'AINLKSS A XI) I'KIIFKCT By a Now Mothod-no pricking of the needle and no bad after effects. Every body Astonished. Why tfo to men who hart you, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON VioitB KOSEDAkE »t Exchanfio Hotol JANUARY 15 k 29 ALL DAY MrC.JBrunell Trood (Phone No. 25.) DENTIST. RAYMOND_ST., SALE Mr Trood ia your Local Dentist. A SET OF TEETH £2 108. Repairs by Post will receive my Best Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. PUBLIC NOTICE ALL PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACREADIE, W...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 31 December 1914
TH"B &lt;^ONRICTJ. | AND CAIIIUJUNG, DENISON AND WILLCNa GAZETTE POBLianEP EVERY TnPR8DAY UOBNINO THURSDAY, DEO.. 31, 101-1 LOCAL AND GENERAL There will be NO ISSUE of the COURIER on Thursday January 7 ' With this issue the editor takes the opportunity of wishing one and all a Bright and Prosperous New Year. Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, January 10 and 20, and may ba consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 0 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. R. Farrin Webb, draws attention to the fact that he can supply in any quantity Massey-Harris Ked Star Binder Twine ; also machinery oil. Samples ot oil and twine are on view at the Rofcdale COURIER office, where orders for same will be received. Sheep owners and drovers are re quested to take notice of a Sliire advt, in this issue re travelling sbi'cp. We have heard a lot about the wicked Germans, but here is the mean est act of the present war. A young mdy knitted a pair of service jocks. They were beautiful socks that would I endu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
W I L L I .1 n The . . . Photograph er Raymond St. SALE LYONS STREET, ROSEDALE T7TISUKS to notify you tbat she lias just returned from Melbourne with the Latest Styles, and is now prepared to do - & CHILDREN'S CLOTHES All Cul by Scientific Methods Also all Plain Sewing done neatly and quickly Infants Woollen Things made to order at any time COME GEI1TB Ell & TR-T&T* PROKT& 125 R. J. Cherry SAID ID |£lIELR I(ayii\oi\d Street, SALE TS prepared to MAKE J- SADDLES & HARNESS at Prices which will defy competition. Repairs neatlj executed and promptly attended to. BEST ENGLISH WHIPS AND SPURS always on hand. Country Orders promptly attended to \7W ?> ia tffc 6*y ' Great Dread nouglit SALE 7 The Biggest Yet Lay ton Mros. Phone 7 TRARALGON IMPOHTAWT TO Farmers of Gippsland liosedaleDiatrict LYAI JJ_J CASH CHAFF, GKA1X AM) FLO IK STORES SEED ANtt OAT MERCHANTS Victoria Markets, Melbourne FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR-Best Roller Town and Country Brands BRAN, B...
CAN BE CONTROLLED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
CAN BE CONTROLLED During summer months children are sub ject to disorders of the bowels and should receive most careful attention. If looseness of the bowels is noticed Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy should be giten. Children teething have more or less diarr hoea which can be co&trolled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoen Remedy at once. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale