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TENNIS GALLIGNEE V GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
TENNIS GALLIGNEE v GORMANDALE A team of Callignee players came across the hills to try conclusions with tbe local tennis club. After a pleasing and close contest, victory rested with the home team by 9 games. Tbe local players were late in coming to the ground which was hardly fair to the visiting team who had a long return journey. Results : Mens' Doubles-Messrs Anderson and Danne (G) beat Messrs R. Tanner and Bodjcomb [(C), 6-3. Ladies' Doubles-Mis Thomas and Miss O'Connor (G) heat Misses Daw son imd Beard (C), 6-3. Mens' Doubles-Messrs Thomas and Lucas (G) lost to Messrs Richards and Armstrong (C), 5-6. Mixed Doubles-Miss O'Connor and Mr Danne (G) beat Miss Beard and Mr Tanner (C), 6-1. Ladies' Doubles-Misses Gilsenan and Wykes (G) lost to Misses Dawson and Beard (C), 2-6. Mixed Doubles-Mrs -Thomas and Mr Lucas (G) beat Miss Dawson and Mr Richards (C), 6-3. Mixed Doubles-Mr Thomas and Miss Wykes (G) beat Mr Tanner and Miss Dawson (C), 6-3. Mixed Doubles-Miss Gilsenan and Mr Ander...
NOT TREATING IT PROPERLY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
NOT TREATING IT PROPERLY If you cannot get rid of a cold it is be* cause you are not treating it properly. There is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks or until some serious throat and lung trouble is developed, and it will not if you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Taken in double doses every hour after the first symptoms appeared Chamberlain's Cough Remedy would have counteracted the effects of the cold and restored your system to a healthy condition. Even after the cold has became settled in the system Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will give prompt relietand counteract any tendency cf it resulting in pneumonia. Sold by J- Williams, Rosedale
CORRESPONDENCE The New Willung Road TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
CORRESPONDENCE Tlie New Willunpr Road TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-Again I crave your indulgence in connection with the above men tioned matter. Waller Gray has come to light again, and is quite as free with his advice as of yore, for which I thank him. But there is just as much common-sense and sound logic in it.as his piior efforts. How very sensitive he is to the feelings of others, but, Mr Editor, I have not yet seen his apology for his maligning his | neighbors by casting reflections on their standing and bearing false wit ness. Until he does so he should re main silent on that point. He is certainly within his rights in going baldheaded for whatever pleases- him, but he is not within his rights in ridiculing another man's liberty in denying Walter Gray's authority to use his name or to credit others with in correct statements. Had he done this, perhaps his rights wculd have been more sacredly respected. Chas. J. O'Connor defends himself in a style peculiarly another's. ...
THE NEXT HARVEST RECORD YIELD ANTICIPATED 3.500,000 ACRES OF WHEAT OVER 40,000,000 BUSHELS EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
j THE NEXT HARVEST . RECORD YIELD ANTICIPATED 3.500,000 ACRES OF WHEAT OVER 40,000,000 BUSHELS EXl'ECTED A series of inquiries instituted by the Director of Agriculture with the object of ascertaining what the acreage of wheat sown in the State this season will be culminated on Tuesday in an announcement that somewhat of a record will ' be attained. It is estimated that well over 3,000,000 acres of wheat have already been put in; and 'there"will probablybe another half million acres added by tbe end of this month. This total will represent close on 1,000,000 acres more wheat than was sown in 1913) resulting in a record crop of 32,936,245 bushels. It is particularly satisfactory, in view of the gratifying increase of area sown, to be informed on the authority of the Department of Agriculture that never have conditions at this time of the year been favorable for obtaining a record yield per acre, for assuming that only the average yield is forthcoming, Victoria will, when the wheat is...
Human Callousness TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
Human Callousness TO THE EDITOB OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-I hope you will allow rr.e space in your paper to say a few words con cerning the treatment of poor dumb animals. For the past two days to my knowledge there has been a beast at the river bridge struggling as if in agony. If the owners of such cannot save them the least they could do is to put them out of misery, and so save such a painful and disgraceful scene. ?Yours, etc., HUMANITY.
Completely Run Down Owing to INDIGESTION Dr.Morse's Indian Root Pills Effect Rapid Change [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
Completely Run Down Owiog to INDIGESTION Dr.Morse's Indian Root Pills Effeot Rapid Change "I was suffering with indigestion for a period of eighteen months and found no benefit from many medicines used," writes Mr John Henry Yarwood, of Forest lane, off Barnard-street, Ben digo, "My health waB completely run down through want of nourishment to the system. I could take nothing into my stomach without retching, on one occasion I went four days without a bite of food. My appetite was gODe and I could not eat. In my sheer exhaustion en dispair I tried Dr Moree's Indian Boot Pills and can well remember it; an early improvement was discernible, and after taking a few doses I- commenced to make rapid strides towards my old condition. My appetite was soon restored to its nor mal etate, and I say Dr Morse's Indian Hoot Fills achieved a positive triumph in my recovery from Indigestion. I cannot speak too highly ol your great remedy which Btandd unrivalled in my estimation."
GRIM LOGIC [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
GRIM LOGIC , it1 d&lt;? wlsh'" obseryed Mildred, 'that Sanla Claus had brought me a new doll for Christmas." "But your old doll," her mother an swered, "is as good as ever,*' "So am las good as ever," the little girl retorted, "but the doctor broueh' jou a new baby." '
GERMANY AND THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
GERMAHY AND THE WAR j 1 he following article, which appear ed in the Melbourne "Herald," will lie of interest to Rosedale folk, as Mr Eldridge was, recently, for a short time, connected with the church at Rosedale : .. Germany was practising her mobili sation in readiness for the war six months before it came, says Mr Edwin Eldridge, son of the Rev E. Eldridge, Presbyterian minister at Boort. Mr Eldridge succeeded in leaving Ger many, where he had been teaching for two years. He enlisted on arrival in England, but his health broke down. "Six months before war broke out we were curious that everywhere troops were to be seen," said Mr Eldridge. "I asked a local authority what it meant. "Oh, the Kaiser is making a general inspection," he replied. "Now we know that it was a mobili sation rehearsal, in preparation for the war which Germany intended to force upon us." Mr Eldridge believes that German power will be smashed irretrievably. He points out, however, that the British people have...
CHILBLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
" , . CHILBLAINS .c,rcu[^f,10n is primarily thecauseof chilblains. This can be promoted by plenty of outdoor exercise, which, with external application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, Will work wonders. Chamberlain's Pain VIM - i!'s the itcl> and prevents the RolcdaT/ akins' bj J. Williams,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
Farmers The BEST Line of Farm Implements Are Made by We can supply you with HEADERS, HARVESTERS, STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, DRILLS (Hoe and Disc pattern), DISC PLOWS (Set and Stump jump), SPRING TOOTH CUL TIVATORS, ONE-WAY CULTIVATORS, HARROWS (Single and Double Gauge), or an} other Implement you may require MOULDBOARD PLOUGHS in set and slump jump patterns All Implements Made in Australia Write for Catalogue Nicholson & Morrow MELBOURNE District Representative W. J. Pendlebury ROSEDALE Wm. Morgan & Co ' 250-6 SWANSTON STBEET, Melbourne TELEPHONE 1006 Established 40 Yrs Manufacturers of Tents, Tarpaulins, Bick Covers, Flogn, etc. Also all of the Above can be had on Hire Yeraudab and Window Blinds Importers of Canvas, Duck, Twine, Earning, etc. Reaper and Binder Sheets Country Orders Have Special Attention SUBDUES THE INFLAMMATION Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the medi cine to relieve bronchitis. It removes the difficulty in breathing, relieves the cou^h, cases the pain an...
TOONGABBIE PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
[TOONGABBIE PATRIOTIC FUND I Toongabbie residents have reccotlv forwarded to ' the Lord Mayor' patriotic fund, £53 55 7d ; to the LvJ} Mayoress' fund, ^5 ; to the I!elgian relief ifund, £8z ; and to the State school pa'riotic fund, Xio-Totai £150 ss 7d. Other amounts have been sent privately. The Toongabbie school children have made and sent away 46 face washers, 46 handkerchitfs, 3* kit bags, 1 knitted scarf, 14 pairs knit, ted sox, 8 pairs knitted mittens. The ladies have sent lo the Lady Mayoress' fund : 23 flannel shirts 59 handkerchiefs, 6 paits knitted sox| 3 knitted scarves. A collection is made monthly (or the Belgian fund. Mrs Ries and Miss O'Meara are the collector-, Mr Sherri dan secretary and treasurer. A goodly sura has been raised for a roll of honor, to be placed in the Mechanics' Hall. A jumble fair will be held in the Mechan;cs' Hall on Saturday, June 19, to be opened at 3 o'clock by Cr W. Henderson, J.P. Mr \V. Christen sen will wield the bammer. Many substantial g...
GUARD THE CHILDREN'S CHESTS A Famous Doctor's Message to Mothers [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
GUARD THE CHILDREN'S CHESTS Famous Doctor's Message Mothers Dr Gordon Stables, the famous Eng lish Medical author, pens a timely warning about the ailments that affect children's chests which should be taken to heart in every Australian borne. The doctor saya: "Do yon know that you arc crimin ally negligent if you neglect the very first symptoms of a cold settling on , your child's chest ? "Do you know that in Peps-if a box is kept handy-you have an ever pre- ' sent remedy of an most pleasant character, but certain and sure in its good effects ? "Don't neglect a cold then. Don't neglect a cough, for be what it may, "as light as it may, there is always a 'serious side to it. "Keep cool, mother, but do your duty. Don't hurry off to the chemist's shop for common lozenges and mix tures of peppermint and laudanum, or other daugerons drugs that may mean death to ycur boy. Just keep the boy in the house a bit, and give him Ptps." A box of Pe|>s in the home at this .time of the year may ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
Theo. B. Little & Co "Stock and Station Agents. ?ROSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYflELD. »od 467 BOUKKE ET., MELBOURNE Opening of Rosedale N ew Sheep Yards Special Sale Friday, June 25 3000 Store and Fat Sheep 250 Store and Fat Cattle Acct Local Graziers 60 2-toothEwes 140 6-tooth Ewes ICO G and S-tooth Comeback Ewes, ft nice lot 160 6 and 8'teoth Ewes Good Buyers BIG YARDI.XG WASTED Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "CODRIEK" OFFICE will bo duly advertised, or may be mads with THEO B. LITTLE &lt;S CO Traralgon FOR SALE IHEO. B. LITTLE »nd CO have lor sale ISO Bags ot Algerian Oats Important Sale at TRARALGON THIS DAY 3TAT CATTLE AND SHEEP STORE CATTLE AND SHEEP Outside Buyers Coming; 40 Fat Cows and Bullocks 30 3-yr.o!d Bullocks 19 2-yr-old Steers 36 Young Store Cowa " 15 Forward Springing Cows, in good condition 27 Forward Springing Heifers, good quality 12 4-yr-old Store Bullocks, good colors -Acct breeder 1 Pedigreed Jersey Bull, 6-yr-oId, bred by J. Eddis.hs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
rnoNE 10 0, F. Kleine Family Butcher ROS'EDALE. lycnt for DOSAL FIHB INSURANCE GO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, SONAD lavostmont Donusos Annnnlly W. Molloway Expert on Motor Gars9 Motor Engines (OIL AXD I'ETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, llosedale IT/SMC AOTlCi; ANY PERSONS shooting on any pDrtion of tho HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE nfter this 3iuo will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. We go to school to learn to read, We work to win a prize ; We teid to learn what others sell, Then why not advertise ? liSTAHUSHKl) 22 YkAIIM J. J, BARTLETT, Registered V.R.C., V.A.l'.C. And Other Loading Glitbs Member of Victoriun Chili, Melbourne Tattersall's Club, Sydney COMMISSIONS AI_ EXECUTED on AH Government Licensed Raoecoursea Sufficient Address: J. J. BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Hlonumental Works TRAfiALGON (On Railway Reserve. n-xt W. Macdi'inaWsMieds) W. BIRD, Jun. Monumental & Omcral Mason Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut nnd Repainted GENEKAL REPAIRS Workmanship Equal to Best Melbourne F...
THE Rosedale Courier AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
THE J^OSCTLALC AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNQ GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MOBNINO TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr \V. J. O'Keefe, the well-known ophthalmic optician, of Hawthorn, may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel this day (Tuesday)-See advt for further particulars. Your local dentists, Messrs T. V, and Chas. B. Trood, may be consulted at Sale at any time. Phone 25. Mr Tattersoo, dentist, will visit Bosedale on Friday, June 18, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Mr R. Farrin Webb, of Traralgon, has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co., who are now holding fat stock sales weekly at New market. "Secrecy," care ot O.P.O. Sale, has money to lend from £1 to £500. Suict secrecy. WEAR OUT'BODY AND BRAIN Indigestion and dyspepsia wear out body and brain, for owing to imperfect assimi lation of food they do not receive the required nourishment. Constipation ensues and the victim becomes ...
WILLUNG SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
WILLUNG SOUTH Prom Our Own Corresponaont A successful school picnic was held at the Willung South State school on Friday, 4th June, and a very enjoyable dance was held in the school room that evening. The weather during the morning was very unfavorable but cleared up beautifully in the afternoon. The following is a list of the events : Boys' Race, under 14-Keneth Kent 1, Albert Pearce 2, Robert Hanson 3. Girls' Race, under 16-Alena Pearce i, Hilda Field 2, G. Howard 3. Boys' Race, under 12-Fitz Howard 1, Albert Pearce 2, Keneth Kent 3. Girls' Race, under 12-Annie Hanson 1, Eva Somers 2, Clarice Kent 3. Thread the Needle Race-Miss Power and Mr L. Wilson r, Miss V. Pearce and Mr P. O'Connor 2. Young Mens' Race-L. Lay i, P. O'Connor 2, J. Lay 3. Young Ladies' Race-Miss Ella Pearce 1, Miss Power and Miss G. Howard tied 2. Collar and Tie Race-Mr Pearce and Miss Wyltes 1, Mr P. O'Connor and Miss Pearce 2. Married Ladies' Race-Mrs Willis I, Mrs Hanson 2.
COWWARR RED CROSS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
COWWARR RED CROSS SOCIETY The Cowwarr Branch of the Red Cross Society has only been established a short time, but there is now a good membership, and all are most enthusiastic. The second box of goods sent away from the branch went on May 31, and it contained the following articles:-12 flannel shirts, 5 flannel undershirts, 10 pairs sox, 38 face washers, iS handkerchiefs', pair of bed sox, 2 pairs of cuffs, 2 cholera belt*, muffler, 6 yards butter muslin, 6 yards mosquito netting, 1 fcusb/O ), 6 pairs pyjamas, 14 pickets of cigarettes, 3 tins cocoa, 4 packets of jelly crystals, 1 tin of boracic acid, packet maizeua, 1 tin of condensed milk, tin of Nestles food, old linen, magazines and papers. The following ladies gave donations : -Mesdames M'Gregor, O. Martin, Hawes, Allen, Rayner, Minchin, Andrews, Murphy, D. Morgan, Mor gan senr., Misses Mulcahy,Storey, Fraw ley, Hammond, Clancy, Andrews. The sewing and knitting was done by Mesdames Roberts, Smith, Minchin, M'Gregor, Blee, O. Mar...
ILLUMINATING COMPARISON [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
ILLUMINATING COMPARISON She emered the department and complained about a lamp she had purchased, demanding that it be laken back. "What's the matter with it, ma dam ?" "It has all the faults of my husband and none of his virtues." "Please explain yourself." "Well, it has a k00^ deal brass about it; it is not rtmaikably brilliant, requires a great deal of attention, is unsteady on its legs, flares up up occasionally, is always out at bed time, and is bound to smoke."
FOOTBALL TRARALGON V ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
FOOTBALL TRARALGON v ROSEDALE (BY OBSERVER) On Saturday the above teams met | in a friendly game on the local ground. The weather was very cold, with a strong westerly blowing down the ground, which made it almost im possible for either side to score at the west end. Rosedale were without most o( their best players, only three of the old Eighteen (F. Onley, G. Anderson and C. Ayres) playing, the rest being made up ol juniors and couple of new comers. Had the local:, their full strength it would have been a poor lookout for the Traralgonites. In the opening quarter Traralgon had the wind and scored 5.1 to Rose dale's nil. The locals, although lacking training, put up a good fight against their opponents who handled the ball splendidly. With the second quarter, Rcsedale had the wind in their favor and registered no less than 4.^, while Traralgon scored 2 behinds. The third quarter ended with Traralgon 4 goal?, Rosedale 2 behinds. In the final quitter Rosedale added 4.3 and Traralgon I...