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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

Church Serylces CATHOLIC OuoRcn. Cowwarr 0. CHURCH OP ENGLAND Bosodale - Morning Prayer 11, Evening Prayer 7.80. Donison 8. 'Willnng 8. PRESBYTERIAN CHORCH Bosodale 11 and 7.80 Nambrok 8, Flynn'a Creek 2.80. Flynn 7.80

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ASSA[?]LT CASE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

ASSAULT CASE At the local court on Friday last (before Messrs 3as. Steel Lester and Ceo. Rintoull, J.'s P.) William John Robinson, selector, of Hiamdale, pro ceeded against Thomas Fleming for unlawful assault, at Hiamdale, on the 6lh day of February. Fleming pleadeil not guilty. In giving evidence, Robinson said on the evening of the 6th he was put ting horses in his paddock that he had let to Mr White for grazing purposes. Fleming's horse was amongst them and lie bad it put out. Fleming came up and gave trouble. Said he would put his horse in the paddock. Used strong language, blasphemy and filth ; also knocked pipe ou: ol his mouth and broke it. Witness picked up a bar of iron and went to strike defendant, but thought better of it. Said he would make defendant prove it in "black and white" at the court. To the Bench : Fleming throttled him and he (witness) fell and broke his pipe. When questioning Robinson, Flem ing asked him how many times he (Robinson) had been before the Rose d...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUNCHINELLOS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

PUNCHINELLOS The unpleasant weather was respon sible (or a very moderate house at Rosedale on Tuesday night. It did not, however, preveut this talented ccmpany from giving their lull program, .1 fact that should be borne in mind by the Rosedale public. What the audience lacked in numbers they made for in enthusiam. The whole program went with a swing that was irresistable and the choruses were masterpieces of refined wit and clever humor, while the individual numbers were accorded vociferous encores. Every artist seems to have made a speciality of their own particular work, and from the bright opening chorus to the laughable sketch at the conclusion of the entertainment, the audience were completely cap tivated. The company conists of six artists and there is absolutely no waiting between the items. There is no doubt a return visit of the Punchin ellos would be greeted with a packed house. They certainly deserve it and the public would be assured of a treat. We understand that the P...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

New Business MBS cTbORAM DESIRES to draw attention to the fact that she has Opened Business in LYONS STREET, ROSEDALE and has on Sale Fancy Goods Children's Clothes, etc. SEWING, etc., Neatly Done at | Moderate Rates A Trial Solicited .// Hidg'watfs DON'T MISS This Great Opportunity In order to Reduce our Very Large Stock of &23t&SXOP30XYE SECOHDS wo HAVE DECIDED to GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE one of these Beautiful Gramophones to Any Person who will Purchase 30 TWIN" HECQRBS ttt 3/ eao1'- Ever-v Record in Siock is a Picked One from all the BEST TITLES HARRY LAUDER HILLY WILLIAMS I'ETER DAWSON EltNEST PIKE WILL OAKLAND WILL EVANS COLIN & IIARLAN ADA JONES FLORRIE FORD CONCERTINA SOLOS ACCOUDEON SOLOS C011 NET SOLOS VIOLIN SOLOS BANJO SOLOS BAND RECORDS DESCRIPTIVE RECORDS 8A0RED S0N3S and MUSIC Over 300 Heeds io Choose froa AT L. J. Ridg way's DR. COLBECK'S CURATIVE SYRUP for All Stomach Troubles. Obiaitinblo locally from Mr John Williams, Merchant, or direct from C...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVANCE ROSEDALE! [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

ADVANCE ROSEDALE ! The local Progress Association is sending a circular as follows to the district farmers and graziers : ROSEDALE AND DrsTRicT GRAIN- AND PRODCUDE STOIIB COMPANY LIMITED DO YOU KNOW That it has boon suggosted that a Wool, Grain and Produce Storage bo ereoted at Rosedale ? That a Space will be allotted to yon, and will bo Guarded by a Caretaker ? That the Grain can be carted straight from the field into the grain shed in dry season ? That Insurance Premiums would bo much lighter than if grain were on farm ? That you can hold with safety until prices ire satisfactory ? That when sold it can be loaded at a moment's notice ? . That the Store will bo'Mouso.and Sj.turow Proof ? That you will not be limited to one share ? That you can let your sliaro if desired ? NOW YOU KNOW That a MEETING OF FARMERS will be held in the Rosedale Mec hanics' Institute on . THURSDAY, MARCH 18 That Mr Bready will attend and will be only too pleased to answer all your questions. Convened by R...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COWWARR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

COWWARR From Our Own Correspondent On Thursday last a meeting of ladies was held to arrange for a branch of Red Cross League to be formed here. There was a very good attend ance and Miss Ida Andrews was elected secretary. The district was divided into three divisions, Mrs M'Gregor taking the west, Mrs D. Morgan and Miss Morgan the central, and Mrs Minchin the east division. They are to collect one shilling monthly from every woman residing in Cowwarr, to buy material for making garments. A meeting will be held at an early d .te when sewing will be available for all who can help in that way. On Monday night a most enthusiastic meeting was held in the Mechanics' to decide what should be dene to help the Belgians. Mr Minchin was elected chairman, Mr Teuiby secretary, and Mr Pollock treasurer. It was decided to open subscription lists at the banks and stores and the people be asked to give a stated sum monthly. Mr Phil Boland told the meeting of the great success of the Newry race meeti...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSEDALE CEMETERY TRUSTEES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

ROSEDALE CEMETERY TRUSTEES A meeting of the above was held on Saturday evening, February 27. PresentMessrs G. Rintoull, A. Murren, J. R. Green, J. R. Williams, and the secretary, Mr Jas Steel Lester. Mr A. Murren moved and Mr Wil liams seconded (bat Mr G. Rintoull be appointed as chairman.-Carried. Mr Rintoull took the chair and wel comed the newly appointed trustees, Messrs Green and Williams, who suitably responded. The minutes of last meeting were then read and confirmed. Correspondence Fiom Messrs C. I. Du Ve and J. Green, resigning their positions, as they had permanently left the district. -The resignations were receive? with regret, and the secretary was instructed to write and convey the thanks of the trustees for their long and able services. (Mr Du Ve was appointed on 26th July, 1872-42jyrs-and Mr J. Green was appointed in October of 1S84). From Mr W. Allen asking for the balance of the money for the book of the cemetcry supplied.-As there ap peared to be some misunderstan...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALE OF STOCK, ETC, FOR THE FUND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

SALE OF STOCK, ETC, FOR SA THE FUND Donations of live slock, etc., to the Rosedale Belgian Relief Fund, were sold by Messrs Theo. B. Little and Co. at th;ir local stock sale on Friday last, and some high prices were realised. The fa; crossbred wether donated by Mr Geo. Rintouil, was sold and re-sold as follows:-Messrs C. Ayres £x, Geo. Sbaiv Xi/i/, C. F. Kleine £i, H. Sheil £1, W. Piera £i, Wm. King I (la'e Fl>nn) £t, H. H. Ingle £1. R Hair £i, Dr Hagenauer £r, W. Sheil £i, John Widdis £t/,0l> Harrap i £i, Geo. Ross (bootmaker) £t, H R. Disher £1, Geo. Cooke £i, J. VV. V/hittou 10/6, C. F. KleiDe ffiDal) 17. -Total £I6/IS/6 Tko bags of seed wheat were donated by Mr John Widdis, of Nam brok. One bag was first offered and changed hands as follows :-Messrs J. Woodheaa (Sjle) £1, J. Widdis £1, J. Widdis £1, Geo. Shaw 14/, Sher ratd n/, J. Widdis io/,«T Wiiidisio/. The two bags were then put up and were secured by Mr Geo. Shaw for Sijn/.-Total £7/16/. Two bags of seed oats, donated...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BELGIAN APPEAL PUBLIC MEETING AT ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

THE BELGIAN APPEAL PUBLIC MEETING 1 ItOSEDALE A public meeting was convened on Thursday night last by Rev. R. Mitchell for the purpose of devising ways for raising help for the Belgians. Present : Rev. R. Mitchell (in the chai'), Mrs Ri»tou"> Misses Hurren, Misses Nealy, Miss fi. Davis, Messrs J. Murren, G. Rintoull, J. Wright, F. J, M'Caithy, C. F. Kleine, J. R. Williams, R. Green. Rev. R. Mitchell read of the dire distress and position of starvation in which ihs iieigian people were placed. After a general discussion, it was agreed to collect for the cause, and the following were appointed collectors: Mrs Rintoull, Misses Nealy, Miss Dan's, Messrs J. Wright, j. R. Williams and R Green. Mr J. J. Murren promised a cow, Mr Rintoull a fat wether, Mr M'C^rtby I a bag of potatoes, all of which were to I be sold and proceeds given in. aid of) this object. I Mr R. Green was appointed secre- I tary and treasurer, and the next meeting was fixed for this (Thursday) evening to discuss the ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AD CREE ENTERTAINERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

I ADCREE ENTERTAINERS The popular Scotch comedian, Mr Ad Crec, is announced to appear in the Mechanics' Hall, Rosedale, on Tues day next, March 9, when an entiiely new programme will be submitted, Mr Cree's own compositions will figure largely in the bill. The Leongatha "Star" says:- "As a female im personator Mr Ad Cree excels. 'Jean McFarlane's Christmas Party' gives him full scope for his versatility as The Centenarian." His make up is per fect and the piece bristles with quaint humor." Several new artists will make their appearance on this occasion, Miss Dolly Stewart in songs at the piano, and Miss Muriel Binder, a clever girl violinist, and tho other sup porting artists b.-ing Mr R. A. Bartle mann, the popuUr baritone, aod Miss Jennie Cree, who will with Mr Ad Ctee open a new Scotch comedy sketch, The company will appear at Cowwarr on March 10, and will pay a return visit to Glengairy on March 11.

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DOESN'T SMART OR IRRITATE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 March 1915

DOESN'T SMART OR IRRITATE The mos' reliable remedy for scalds and burns is Chamberlan's Pain Balm. It is antiseptic and allays the pain of a burn almost immediately,does not smartor irritate and prevents blood-poLoning. If applied instantly after a bum Chamberlain's Pain Balm will generally prevent a blister or sore. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

WORKER'S MMTJON ACT State Insurance Office II. F. DU YE HAS been appointed Cjovcminenf It< prcM>n(a(>v<' for ltOSE DALK and I KAKALGOh* X)iatnctflf and will be pleased to^ive all necfcseai/ inform* Ation regarding Compulaory Inajiranoe /tddifs.s-If. F. l)uVe, ltotcdale /^.IVE YOUR CATTLE HACINATIC U PHOSPHATES or CHALLMAN'S CATTLE LICK, Olba ]/, 28lbs 0/3, 06lbs 1010, ? lowt 21/. CHALLMAN, Chemist, TRAHALGON R. J. ChesTy SADIDtelER Raymond Street, SALE TS prepared to MAKE -1- SADDLES & EARN ESS at. Prices which will defy competition. Repairs neatly executed and promptly attended to. BEST ENGLISH WHIPS AND SPURS always or> hand. Country Orders promptly attended to' D, J. Hurley Piano & Organ Tuner FOSTER STREET, SALE LATE John Brinsmead and Sons, London, Pianoforte Makers by special appoint ment to H.M. the King 12 years sole representative toner in North Glppeland for Allan and Co., Melbourne, and Agent for Allan's Pianos, and Member of...

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WHAT HIS EX. SIR ARTHUR STANLEY DID IN GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

WHAT HIS EX. SIR ARTHUR STANLEY D1DIH GIPPSLAND (l""rom ''Punch") State Governor Sir Arthur Stanley, speaking at the Lend Mayor's luncheon recently, said thai he had just been seeing a great deal of the State, but what he faw and did he would not say-the Press would say that for him. His Excellency had been seeing the Gippsland district with a view to im prm ing his knowledge of Australia, nnd qualifying to speak as an expert on its nun, manners, customs, and institu tions. "1 want to see everything worth seeing," said His Excellency. "Then we'll show you a- Gippsland road," said the Oldest Inhabitant." "Kindly step this way. Cast your eyes to the right, follow the curious brown shape unfolding itself before you." "It looks like a cloud," said Sir Arthur. "It is a Gippsland road, Your Ex.," the Oldest Inhab. assured liim. "But I am posiiive it is a cloud." "Quite right-it is a dust cloud just now. It is a Gippsland road when it settles down. Our roads are as often in the air as on t...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

From Our Own Correspondent The weather has been very rough hore during the week, but Monday was the worst day esp'.rienced for sometime. A social and dance was held hero on Thurs* day niW lfl9t iD °' **18 School -Fund and the Patriotic Fund, and the sum of £7 103 was raised, including a few donations. The Church of England held a harvest thanksgiving scrvicc on Sunday. 'lhe cbareb looked very nice, having been decoratcd by the residents on tho Saturday. A Bftle of (lie tfifts was held on Monday night and realized about £4. At a meeting of tho Kilmany Settlers' Association held on Monday night last, it I was decided to canvass the district and seo if the settlers would agree to truck pigs to \ Melbourne instead of selling to tin local | dealers. Two canvassers were appointed and settlers who are willing to support the I movement will be asked to siga an agroo- [ oent to that effect. The trucking was abandoned some time back for want of sup port, and tho local dealers paying big price...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

-.-M.'vritlNE FOlt ISFLTJENZA and F A&I' Colds. 1/0 bottle, 03iea 21. Obtainable locally from Mr ^ i,n Willm-as. Morclmut. or dircct fit CHAPMAN, Chemist, TRARAL GON Notice Our Business Premises will be Open All Day Wednesday and until 9 p.m. Fri day, closing Saturday at noon G-reen Bros., ROSEDALE - ! Phone 11 $3idgw(if/'s DON'T MISS This Great Opportunity In order to Reduce our Very Large Stock of S RECORDS we HAVE DECIDED to GIVE ABSOLUTELY fhkb one of these Beautiful Gramophones to Any Person who will Purchase 30 TWIN RECORDS a' !i/ "d>. Every Record in Stock is a Picked One from all the BEST TITLES HARRY LAUDER BILI.Y WILLIAMS l'ETER DAWSON EUNEST PIKE WILL OAKLAND WILL EVANS COLIN k HARLAN ADA JONES FLORRIE FORD CONCERTINA SOLOS ACCOUDEON SOLOS CORNET SOLOS VIOLIN SOLOS BANJO SOLOS BAND RECORDS DESCRIPTIVE RECORDS SACRED SONGS and MUSIC Over M Records to Choose from AT L. J. Ridg* way's New Business MKS gTbOKAM DESIRES to draw attention to thi fact thai she has Ope»...

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ROSEDALE RABBIT DESTRUCLEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

ROSEDALE RABBIT DESTRUC LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' on Friday evening last. The attendance was fair. Present : Messrs H. Sheil (chair), J. Wrightjr, E. Bowman, F. J. M'Carthy, E. Watts, W. Watts, W. Lord, J.King, L. Murren, G. Rintoull, S. Rintoull, Secretary J. Donnison and Inspector E. O'Connell. In opening the meetiDg, the Presi dent (Mr H. Sheil) said that six months ago there were not many rabbits about Eosedale-at least that had been his opinion. Now they had increased greatly and every landholder should take the proper steps immedi ately to cope wiih the pest. They should not delay for an instant or they might soon have their district in the same deplorable condition as some other places. He did not think there was much non-infested land in the dis trict and rabbits were increasing rapidly, especially on the river and j backwaters. They should not ignore the inspecior's advice any longer, but ; get to work in grim earnest a...

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FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE Writes This Letter Stating the Good Received from Clements Tonic [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND AKMIDALE Writes This Letter Stating the Good Received from Clements Tonic The Rev F. W. IIARRIS-WALKEK is one of the best known workers in the Church, and is .it prcsont associated with one of the leading churches of N SAV. His labours in the field extend over 2jyears. His letter, every word of which is worth reading, car ries conviction by reason of its earnestness and the desire expressed in it that good may result from *ts publication. Thy reverend gentleman writes from his Sydnee home. 69 Corona Avenue, Waverley, 4/8/14. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD ..Having for years used Clements Tonic, I bear testimony to its value as a House hold Friend, "A friend induced me to try Clements Tor.ic, and although sceptic*! as tu its merit, I was so gratified with the result of its use that \ hav« never since been without it. I found it a splendid medicine to regulate the system, also a Tonic bracing the nerves. Having derived such great benef...

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THE DANGER OF WORMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

THE DANGER OF WORMS Stomach and Inteslial Worms are one of the most common complaints throughout Australasia. Indigestion is a primary cause, or they may ba produced by Constipation, or through the eating of tainted food or food im properly cooked. There is also the possibility of their introduction into the system In the form of crysts or germs in fruit and meat, so that all claesjs of the community, irrespective of age, are liable to this complaiDt. It is not alone the irritation and annoyance caused by these paraeitical animals that infest the stomach and bowels, but the more serious conse quences which follow that must be kept in view. 'From the highly organised and sensitive parts which they occupy, Worms give rise to great constitutional derangements, and pro duce a variety of symptoms, more particularly effecting the stomach and head. Many CBSI-B of Convulsions, Epilepsy, Hjsteria, St. Vitus' Dance, Melancholia, Nervous Diseases and even Insanity, have resulted from this caus...

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ROSEDALE AND DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

ROSEDALE AND DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION Monthly meeting held Monday last. Present '.-Messrs C. F. Kleins (chair), Q. Green (secretary) R. Groan, G. CarleO'i, F. J. M'Carthy, G. Bintoull, W. Holloway, W. S. Bready, L. J. Ridgway and H. Allen. Private Postal Boxes Tho association moved in this matter at the previous meeting and the reply received from the Postal Department was considered very unsatisfactory. The Department wisbo! to know how many boxes would be required, but did not state whether the night mail would be sorted in the event of the boxes being installed at the local post office. * It was thojght that in an office where three hands were employed one conld spare the few minutes required to sort the night mail. As the memb.-rs did not wish to have "cold water thrown on the projest" the fecretary was instructed to again write to the Department and in the moiutiuv! lnve an advertisement inserted in .'CouTisi'* inviting applications for at least 12 boxes. Weighbridge for R...

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THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 March 1915

THE RIFLE Seven members of the Rosedale Rifle Club journeyed to Stratford on Saturday last, to take part in the Sale Uoidn Shoot held at Stratford. There was a large muster of riflemen from MafTra, Sale, Briagolong, Bairns dale and Stratford. Our boys found matters a bit difficult on a sirar ga rifle range. The elevation and chang ing light, together with an intermittent fishtale wind, all helped to keep their scores down. Despite these draw, backs, two of our men, in C. il Pendltbury and H.Brown,shot into prize money. The former also carried off a silver spoon for the aggregate score. To show how d fficult the conditions were it may be mentioned that only one man, in Clements, of the Bairns dale Club, got on a possible for the day. Crack shots in S. Cartledge and Hogg, of the Sale Club, failed to reach the coveted score. The lesson learnt is that our mem bers require to go away from home to gain more experience from the seasoned shots ana be able to adopt them selves to the differe...

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