Elephind.com contains 7,303 items from Rosedale Courier
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,306 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
PASSED AWAY MR. THOMAS RINTOUL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
PASSED AWAY MU. THOMAS IilNTOUL Wo regrot to havo to ngnin chronicle the death o! another very old, well known nod esteemed roBidentof Rosedalo district in the person of Mr Thomas Rintoul, of "IinvoDswood," who ptissod away in Sale on Saturday morning Inst. Docoasod had boon in failing health of late years and had undergone an operation for an internal complaint just recontly, bnt despite the best of medical attention the shock proved too much for him. The remains wero interred in the Rosedalo Cemetery on Sunday and Rov. R. Mitchell conducted the servico. There was a considerable following of mourners and sympathisers of tho borcavod family, the cortege including over -10 buggies. The Into Mr Rinioull, who would have been 71 years of ago noxfc month, was a native of Scotland. When a boy he left Lindoninthe barque Wanderer in the year 1854 and landed in Hobnrt. Aftor staying about threo years in Tasmania, ho came over to Victoria and for closo on 08 Years bad resided in and about Ros...
INDUCTION CEREMONY (Re-printed from "The Omeo Standard," 16/4/15) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
INDUCTION CEREMONY (Re-printed from "The Omeo Standard," 16/4/15 J Christ Church, Omeo, was crowded lo the doors on Tuesday eveuiDg to witness the ceremony of induction of Rev R. J. Rowell into the charge of Church of England parish of Omeo. The induction was made by Rev G. H. Devlin, the retiring minister, who has been appointed to the charge of the Rosedale parish, and after the ceremony an adjournment was made to the schoolroom, where the ladies of the congregation had prepared refresh ments. Mr F. A. Cine, vicar's church warden, piesenied lo Mr DevliD, OD behalf of the vestry and congregation, a purse containing subscriptions, which, he said, it was desired that Mr Devlin should use in purchasing (or himself some article as a token of the respect and esteem in which he had been held during his residence in Omeo, and rend out the inscription to be placed upon it. Mr R. Shannon, people's church, warden, presented to Mrs Devlin, on behalf of the Sunday School, the Sowers' Band and ...
CORRESPONDENCE NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
CORRESPONDENCE NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,--* Neutral ' gets moro comical the further be goes, but U far too modest when he likens him«o!f to "Harry Lander.'* Why he is a ''Gilbert and Sullivan," a "Billy Elton" nod a "Fred Leslie" all rolled into one. I admit it is all unconscious, because he is too angry to try to bo humorous. I have received a good deal of amusement oui of this business and havo no doubt that a great many of your renders havo dono like* | wise. "Neutral" eeeinR to have tateo it on I himself to champion the canso of all and ! sundry. First ho champions Mr Turpin, and now Mr Billmnn, as if he were the only | man competent to speak. I wonder if he got any authority to speAk on Mr Turpin'a ehulf ? I committed a crime, in "Neutral's" eyes, when I mentioucd Mr Turpin as a | likely user of the new road, without getting ; his authority to do so. Iherefore, I take it tint "Neutral" had authority as he would not 60 far forget himself AS mention ano...
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, APRIL 30 (Before Messrs Harris, P.M., and Geo. Rintoull, J.P.) Thistle Act Prosecution [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
1 ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, APRIL 30 (Before Messrs Harris, P.M., and Geo. Rintoull, J.P.) Thistle Act Prosecution T. C, Rowley, thistle inspector for Shire of Rosedale, proceeded against Richard Farnur, of Nambrok, for fail ing to destroy thistles within 14 days after notice had l)t .n served on him. Mr Wise apiiated for the Shire in spector, and Mr Rice for Farmer. Mr Rice said h;s client practically admitted that he had not complied "with the Act* but the case in question was one out ol the ordinary. Farmer had disposed of his property and bad been absent from horns a good deal on that account, and therefore had not l eeu able to give personal attention to the work. Men were actually on at the time information was laid, and Mrs Farmer had done her best in the matter. If the case were held over, his client wou'd satisfy the demands of the'Act and pay the costs in the ptesent prosecution. Mr Wise said Inspector Rowley wished to proceed with the case. Mr T. Rowley was then sworn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
& Co "Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, SALE, TRAfiALGON and HEYKIELD. nod i57 BODRKE ST., MKLBOUKNE Rosedale Sale Friday, May 28 rilHEO. B. LITTLE A- CO. will hold JL their next Snle in Kelly's Yards, on ?bovo dato, when they will sell 3f>U Head of Jlixnl Cattle ?iOO Slieep BIG VAKIHXf.' lV.lATEH Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will bo duiy advertised, or may bo made with THEO B. LITTLE A CO Traralgon »AI,E ItOKOt'Cai To-morrow (I'riilav) TIIHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at JL the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head of Mixed Cuttle, including fats 25 Fat Sheep 12 Fat Bullocks and Cows, from Sea combe Acct Executors late D. Phelan, Dargo 600 Nice (Quality S-tooth ComebacK Ewes, one mark, own breeding, in Iamb to Lincoln Rams Sale Horse Sale riirs i» vv THEO B. LITTLE & CO. Stratford Sale Monday, May 10 . THEO B. LITTLE d- CO Traralgon Horse Sale| Friday. May 7 rpHEO. B. LITTLE & CO., in con)unc-1 i tion with Messrs Campbell a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
PHONE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butchei ROSEDALE. Agent for BOYAIi F1BE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Invostment Bontnos Annually W. HoIIoway Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PET HO I,). REPAIHS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale ITItLIC \OTICE AST PERSONS shooting on boj portion of tlio HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this into will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. We go (o school to learn to read, We work to win a prize ; Wereid to !ea:n what others sell, Then why not advertise 1 ESTABLISHED 22 YEABS J. J. BARTLETT, Registered V.R.C., A.J.C., V.A.T.C. And Other Loading Clubs Member of Victorian Club, Melboumo Tatteraall'g Club, Sjdney Sufficient Address: J. J. BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Gippsland Monumental Works TMMLGON (On Railway Reserve, next W. Macdonald's imbeds) W. BIRD, Jun. Monumental & General .Mason Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut and Repainted GENERAL REPAIRS Workmanship Equal to Best Melbourne DUAL LOCALLY AND SAVE AGENTS' COMMISSION All Corres...
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING TDere was a lair attendance at the annual mretins rf the above on Friday night last. Mr A. W. Bowman in the chair. Finance The secretary produced tlie financial statement, showing a credit balance of .£172/19/5, which was received and adopted In coumientinu ou the healthy financial position of the club, the chairman said it was very creditable to the secretary (Mr Allen), who, to his knowledge, was the best secretary in the State (Hear, hear) Mr J. Widdis thought it was very crcditable to both chairman and secretary, and hoped the present state of affairs would continue Secretary's Honorarium It was moved by MrO. Ayres and seconded by Mr F. Onley, that the secretary be granted an honorarium of £15/15/. - Carried unanimously Train Guarantee On the motion of Messrs J. Widdis and C. Ayres it was resolved that the Rose* dale Racing Club advance the sum of £97/5/to the committee of the Rosedale, Kambrok, Kilmany and District Patriotic Race Meeting, suc...
THE Rosedale Courier AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
.riK'E AND CAUR4JUS0, DEMSON AND WtLLUKO Gazetik PUBLISHED KVKRY THORBHAY MORNINO THURSDAY, MAY G, 1915 ""LOCAL AND GENERAL Private T. Atkins, of the 8th Bat talion, Victoria, who was killed in action in the reccnt engagements at at the Dardenelles, was a resident of Boisdale, and a nephew of Mr Fixter, Albert-street, Rosedate. Mr Sherren, of Rosedile, received and official wire on Tuesday night, saying that his son Cyril, who is with the Australians at the Dar danelles, had been slightly wounded. Owing to high price of butter, two Yarram stores DOW have margarine on order at about lod per lb "TTiEVERINE FOR INFLUENZA and All Feverish Colds. 1/6 bottlo, postod 2/. Obtainable locally from Mr John Williams, Merchant, or direct from CHALLMAN, Chemist, TRARAL. GON The local Progress Association has been successful in getting the Postal Department to instal private boxes at the Rosedale post cffice. Those who have agreed to become holders of such bcxes are asked to kindly leave the fee (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, of 236 C? ? Street, Adelaide, S.A,. v.;t ,' crtnry of her terrible surtef ir- 12 12. Eight yeaft *U« v?as a r.ifi'.T to the agony of Eciema, until she received relief from the almost ceaseless pain of this awful affliction through the use of Hu-!:i ,1 |,y this condition. the tilooil V'j;ifyini» jiowets ol Clements Tonic hiv».M,i.»y averted. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " V^ar mcditine hat been a *reat lUuing to tut. 1 suffered with Eczema for years my legs were swollen to sh awful site and covered with blisters that would keep on \ All ibat time 1 was coo iirrj io my ltome, never being out when taken to the hospital. Thty declined lo tckc me in and pro 'mccti nc incurable. Your medicine rtcommcnded to me by Nurse £fdc&lt;\ wlto said it was a splendid bloo'l purJier, aud my. only hope was lo uel t:sy blood into good order. That 'Lrec years ago, and after taking a i&lt; > buttle* ol Clements Tonic the rllhi.j was reduced and the blisters .h- turned. I...
TENNIS CARRAJUNG v GOODWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
CARRAJUNG v GOODWOOD Miss Tyrell and Mr Tuckey (C) beat Mrs Proctor and Mr Robertson (Gjo-o. Messrs Tac^cy at&lt;d M O'Connor (C) beat Messrs Waits ar.d M Clellan (G) 6 3. Misses Tyrell and Lay (C) Miss Runsemfin and Mrs Procter (G) 6-3. Messrs Russell and L'jc.is (C) ost to'Messrs Collins and Robert son (G) 2-6. Mr Lucas and Miss Lay (C) beat Mr Cullins and Miss Runseman (G) 6-3. Messrs Tuckey and M. O'Connor (C) ben Messrs Walts and M'Clellan (G; 6-1. Mr Lucas and Miss Tyrell (C) beat Mr V»atr>and M*s Proctor (G) 6-3. Mr Lucas and Mr Russell (C) beat Mr Collins and Mr RobrtKon (G) 6-5. Total-Carrajung 44, GtO'lw od 24.
COWWARR PATRIOTIC RACKS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
COWWARR PATRIOTIC RACKS The amateur raco meeting, organised by \ocal residents in aid of the Be^iaus and which took place on Saturday laet, was a huge success. It is expected thai upwards oi £187 will bo cleared Beaults HANDICAP MAIDEN HACK RACK Trophy rallied £4. About 5 far.-Clite, 11.0, Kerr, 1; Neuhaven, 110, 2. OqIj etanera. Betting-8 to J on CIi?3. Wen easily. HANDICAP PONY HACK Trophy valued £5. About 4 furlong Flossie, 12.7, Andrew, 1; Skirtoo, 10.*. 2: Vera, 10.5, 3 Shamrock was the cnlv other starter. Hotting-2 to 1 Skidoo anl F.Oaeie. Time, 53secs BELGIUM CUP HANDICAP Trophy valutd £10. About 1 mile.-Uenila 10 3, Heywood, 1; Debut. 10.0, 2 ; Gtltee Moore, 10.5. Maiuatitch also started- Woo by (our lengths. Betting-IS vena Benitft. Time, lmin 4S*ec. PINK GROVE HANDICAP Trophy -rained £5. About 5 fur. -Mufl Toy, 10 8, Little, 1 ; tfedrona. 10 0, 2 ; Sa-h, 10 0, 3. I lias also ran. Betting-5 to i on Savls. 6 to 4 agat Muff Toy. Tims 1»hu':^:« NOVELTY PONY RACK, 14.2 » u Trop...
TIPS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
TIPS .'Stireito" fancies the fo'lows for Mon day's patriotic meeting at Uoaedalo : Antwerp Hurd'e-Sure Stop or Lai. Louvaiu Trial-The Marne or Re sembier. King Albert Handicap-Eurobin or Julia 13. Bookmakers' Patriotio Puree-Silver Gauntlet or Mercer. Brussels' Pony Race-Balshire or Dad. Publican's Liege Stake-Patrobas or Trawl. Novelty Pony Raco-If or Daisy.
FLYNHSTEAD PATRIOTIC SCHOOL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
FLYNHSTEAD PATRIOTIC SCHOOL CONCERT On Friday. 1,10 23r&lt;J 4Pril> a v0r7 »ucces3. nuttiotic concert was given by tho pupils ?.L rivnnslcttil Stato School, tho proceeds (£-ffBOil) to bo dovotod to tlio Belgian RThe Scholars had been practising .. luoU=|v (or tho pist month under tho tuition oI iMiss Stajlg, tho head tcaohor. Altlmiifih',10 eveninS bocamovcry gloomy, l.cveml sharp Bhowors of rain fell, tho r,.|ati»es and frt'onds of tliechildron J1' ,'Jv miks arom (1 rolled up li such inilcr-- ilmt, boforo 8 o'clock tho eoliool loom li'i'1 »lm09t n" many afl on forin&lt;!r j !>tTho0'toini Icoked gay with -flowers, nccncry. «'«. l,cinS docorated ty tho lficlier .in'' scholars. The concert was opened by Mr R. Barr, i o inwle a very anlo oliairman. In tho U1M! c[ a neat r-peocli lie told the nudienco the ot>jcct of illc concert, and was sure they fnj(,v tho concert as tboy liod all tho entertainments which tho Flynn scholars '"jiti'iir" t item on (ho program wa...
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
GORMANDALE From Our Own Correspondent On 28th May, a church social arranged by tho Anglican and Presbyterian Chnreli committees is to bo held iu aid 0/ the Organ Fund. On Monday evening of last week ft social and prosentation was tendered to two popular young iuen of tho district, Messrs Archie Hair and Geo. Aubrey, who have joined the Expeditionary Force!? at Broadmeadows.
ROSEDALE S.S, NO. 770 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
ROSEDALE S.S, NO. 770 A meeting of the S.S. Committee was held on Monday evening. Present-Mr M'Carthy, in the chair, Messrs Cairns, Doolan, .Douglas, Wilson and the Correspon. dent. Mr Mathews, the head teacher* was also present. The minute* of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, Mr Wilson proposed and Miss Cairns seconded that the re-opening of the school take place on Empire Day thus combining the festivities. In the discussion that fol lowed it was agreed, that, as the residents of Rosedale had so many calls on them for the various Patriotic moven.ents during the past months, it would not befiir to ask them to provide the money for a big demon stratlon i n Empire Day. Again* the school is nearing completion and it must be properly equipped if it is to be in line with other up-to-date schools in the State. Equipment means money. Again, and most important of all, is the desire of the com* mittee to ha\c a sloyd room built. All are agreed that it would be a very great adva...
GRAVEL FOR NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
GRAVEL FOR NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THH EDITOR OF THK .'COURIER1' Sir,-In yonr last issue tbore appeared a letter from "Willungite," suggesting that tho grarel for the new ro#d be obtained from the council p.t on the old Willuog road, Ab 1 have the interest of the whole district at heart, and would like to see thi be3t road procmable made to Willunp, f cannot lot this go by without endorsing "WillnuyiteV remarks about the quality of the gravel in that pit. He omitted to say, what 1 consider one 0/ tho main features, that there is abaodance of gravel th-re also. The whole hill is 6imply a bed of gravel and can be opened up very easily, hb the gravel i* within a fow inches of the suif-icp. - Voius, etc. W1LL0NG RATEPAYER
ROSEDALE, NAMBROK, KILMANY & DISTRICT PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING NEXT MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
ROSEDALE.NAMBROK, KILMANY & DISTRICT PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING NEXT MONDAY The following aro tho handicaps : ANTWERP HURDLE HACK o! Xoj Nino of Diamonds 10.7, Dismal 10.7, .lack Watson 10.0, Sure Step 10.0, Brown Bird 9.16, Cooma 9.12, Colonel White 9.1-2, GnUeo More 9.9, Dobut 9.7, Bohemia Boy 9.7, Chutida 9.0, Sedorick 9.6, I.as 9.0, Wessex 0.0 LOUVAIN TRIAL HANDICAP, £U -Heatberraaid 9.0. Giload 9.0, Mnjestis Foot 8.11, Majestic Moid 8.11,Sojor 8?, Tho Marne 8 0, Wnmby 7.11. La El perance 7.11, Convey 7 10, Ciirtana 7.6, Nimble Lad 7.6, Lumiero 7.G, Caros 7A. Resembler 7.2. Bon 'Johnson 7 2, Sylvine 7.0 KING ALBERT HANDICAP, of £35 -Enbulns 10.7, Linderc 10.2, Emobin 9.12, Julia B 8.7, Lucikoff 8.5 Trmvl 8 4, Silver Gauntlet 8 2, Nino of Diamonds 8.0. Glynne 7.10, Rnuioth 7.1, 1'atrobns 6.10, Golden Rest 6.7, Banlalia 0.7 BOOKMAKERS'PATRI01IC PURSE of j£25-Silver Gauntlet 11.8, Nine o> Diamonds 11. 6, Gilead 11.6. iToje-siic Foot 113, Majestic Maid 11.3, Raiuoth 11.8, Mil...
TOONGABBIE RACES TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915
- TOOHGABBIE RACES I TO-MORKOW I Tho following aro thn weights TRIAL STAKES-Giload 9 a, 80;t 9.0, H0tttliermniJ8.il, Tho Marti? ij La Esporancc 7.12, Itciombler 7-' Nimblo Lad 7.7, Bill Peppor 7.7, Print'j Havoc 7.5, Bolliuou 7.0. Kint; o! thollil'i 7 0, Sft3li 7.0, Sylvone 7.0 TOONGABBIE UANDIOiP-Sal« rick 9.3, Batnoth 7.10, Benita 7 0, Ooldn Rcst6-7, Mainstiti-h 6 7. DISTANCE HANDICAP TROT MambrinoLady, Ebony Girl, acr; Ga!sV; 10yds bhd ; Nicol, Littlo Aster, SQydsbM' Our Girl, lODy'da blid ; l'lnnot, lUOvds bhd; Jim W, 150,yd» blid ; IIappy S'aa 170jds bhd; Red Cloud 200yds UI] ; Euchro '230yds blid ; Lady Melro'.e 250yds bhd ; Emolio 330yds blid ; Ger ston 840yds bhd WELTER HANDICAP-Earl Roi,H0 9.0, Bid 8.12, Dftbul 8.12, Iltntlif-rniiil 8.12, Bonitn 8.9, Monkwrnb 8.7, Lily Do mar 8 7, Codrona 8 0 NOVELTY PONY RACE -CJRCE; 9.12, Cidor 9.10, 1(9.5, Tho Squire 8.1^ Chooky 8.0. Hippona 7.12, Cinderolh 7.12, SyHI 0.12, Noreen 0.12. Daisy 6.1J, Jimmy Watte 0.9, Deoidfi 6.9 FLYING HAN...
HEADACHES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 May 1915
HEADACHES Many women habitually suffer from head aches which make life a daily purgatory. Frequently they are caused by indigestion and to relieve them permanently you must remove the cause, For indigestion, bilious, ness, constipation, disorders of the stomach and liver there is noth/np better than Cham berlain's TnbUt*. Htadache cannot exist when Chamberlain's ""ablets are taken. Sold by J Williams, Rosedale
ROSEDALE LETTER DELIVERY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 May 1915
~ BOSEDALE LETTER DELIVERY Geo. II. "Wise, EFq., M.F., received the following communication from tlie Act ing Deputy Formatter General, and forwarded tome on to us for publication : Sir,-With reference to your representa tions in cmnection with a communication received /rem Mr Gordon Green, hon. BCO. Rosedale Progress Association, applying for an extension of the letter delivery ut that ulace, 1 beg to inform you that arrange merits ur» being made whereby the afternoon deh'viry will be extended to infce in tho resi dence? of the following persons, viz., Messrs .7. Smi'h, J. Heed, (J. Unford, M. Murren, M. £ii:beelc, A. Young, J. Lawreuco and Miss Cairns. TJic above facility can also bo naado avail* able to Messrs Ayies, Williamson, Mooney, J. FnrVysnr, J. Fat ley jnr and Mrs 3h> bourne provided they place boxes for the Tcccption of their correspondence on the boundary of the extended d» Hvciy in Macfcay street. The residents concerned aro being ccinmunicated with in record to thi...