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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WLLLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED BY EVERY TUESDAY MORNING TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
?NANS 4^/onrit^ AND CIRRIJUNO, DENISON AND WLLLDNO GAZETTE - rp MunnhNU TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1916 UUVjAIi AMI/ UCiHrilVHli Mr W. J. O'Keefe, optician, will visit Rosedale on Thursday aed Fri day, July ig and 30, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel. Your local dentists, Messrs T. V. and Cbas. B. Trood, may be consulted at Sale at any time. Phone 25. Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, July 16, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 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 of G.P.O. Sale, liaa money to lend from £1 to £500. Strict secrecy. We are requested by the Postal Department to bring prominently un der the notice of the public that made up articles such as socks, etc., for members of Australasian Forces in Egypt are only accepted at letter rate, id per $oz, or special parcels...
A SNAKE YARN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
====== I A SNAKE YARN '! (By Bill the Splitter) .'Are snakes fond o' milk?" snorted Bill the Splitter, as he absorbed the third pint an unsophisticated traveller had purchased for him. "Well they are, an'hits me wot knows bit. Of coorse yous coves wot don't live in snake countries, an' hain't studied theer ways, mops up all you reads in the ncosepapers. Now, I hain't got no time for noosepaper reports-least a-ways, reports concernin' snakes, 'cos they hain't true, and nothink wot ain't gorspel true don't neevr happeal ter me. Well-'ere's 'ow, an' many on 'em 1 But ter perceed. Wot I'm goin' ter tell you is the stiaighest dinkum story I've hever toid, an' that's sayin' a lot. 'Bout three year ago I got a job on a dairy farm down Willung way. Part o' my wuik was roundin' hup the cows mornm' an' bevening. One warm mornin' as I was milkin' an bold cow -Strawbeiry 'er name was-sort of three-quarter-bred Hairshire she wos, an' a rare good milker. Well, I wos tellin'ye-Did je say 'ave 'not...
CHILBLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
CHILBLAINS Bad circulation is primarily the cause of 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 Bnlm allays the itch and prevents the chilblains breaking. Sold by J. Williams, Kosedale .
CORRESPONDENCE The New Willung Road TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
CORRESPONDENCE The Xew Williuip: Road TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-"Impartial's" entrance into the above much debated matter is hardly a success and his letter is just as impartial as his gener.il disposition will allow him. Why he should ea deavor to hide his light under a bushel is a mystery, especially so seeing that he charges me wi ll cowardice for a similar "offence." Perhaps "Impartial" is one o( those who thought the Progress Association beneath him, and neglected to give his valuable services when agitating for the road, and also failed to send along his donation. In any case lie should remember that "people in glass houses should not throw stones." "Katepiyer" has completely spoiled his previous literary effort, and one would now incline to the belief that his second childhood is not far distant, notwithstanding his egotistical leanings. His wanderings can easily be passed aver. That "Ratepayer," Waiter Gray and Co. are fighting lor their own selfish ends must be ad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
The Latest and Best Of &JI 'he new ducorerie» in medicaf science the mo»t .vnnrkahle in recent ycart ». one which has proved tnvalu. f.blc li> thou»and« of people, and which has taken the place f nil other remedies for the cure of coi^hi and coldj. The preparation U called Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Cou«h» Coldj, and U a scientific compound of great mrrit. It i» rmn* dealing to the lunps and throat, and cure* the cough or cold in A remarkably ihort timr. lcav.nZ no bad after elfecU. A* it contains no poisons of any kind it i* a perfectly 9&fe remedy for children, and it particularly coo6 (or croup and whooping cough. The dene u and it U pleasant to lake. I'nce, I16 an J 3,'-. DKCAN'S FINE ART STUDIO Raymond Street, Sale - STUDIES OF CHILDREN Speci.il Attention Given to this Class of Work HIGHEST CLASS PORTRAITURE DOME j P. Hl'NCAX begs t«iannounce th;»t he has secured the services of MISS LAL'K MARTIN, one of Melbourne's most noted Artistes. Her .,ur:&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
k ESS6BSRE TMMWAY OFHCXR writes litis LeSer. EV3r. Charles Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has fsHed an important position in the FtfleSbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes this which other officials can confirm, to *1 if if I ?i jl 'gj-Vhi n|i | If « ^ t \si N i! i"-i3 is a Document of special interest to aH railway anc3 tramway men. 42 Bladen Street, East Brunswick. 2/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "It was the end of December, 1911, that I caught cold and was laid up with pleurisy, which became very serious. The doctor thought it advisable to consult with another physician regarding my illness. For threo days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 101 DECREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUCH TAKINC THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN THE LAND OF THE LIVIMC. TO-DAY. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. 'THERE Y/AS LIFE IH THAT MEDICINE.' I am convinced that when he said, 'Life In Clements Tonic,' they ware THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I am sure that I...
CHEAP STREET LIGHTING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
CHEAP STREET- LIGHTING At the Morwell council meeting on "Wednesday last'-a .system of lighting was brought under notice by Mr Adams (representative for Quirk's Lighting Co.) The light is known as air gas, being produced by gS per cent of air and s per cent petrol-vapor. ID addition to lighting, the system can al so be adopted for heating, cookiDg and power purposes al the small cost of 1/9 per 1000 cubic feet. It was stated that the street and other lamps could be lighted and extinguished by simply piessing a button on the wall. Auto matic lighters could also be attached to street lamps, which would light the lamps and put them out again at any hour required for eight days without attention. In order to repeat the pro cess for another eight days, all that is required is the binding of a machine or clock. The machine is automatic, and only requires the winding of the weights once a day, which could be done in about five minutes. It was claimed that the light was far cheaper than ace...
ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
ROLL OF HONOR Id a recont New Zoaland casualty IUt appeared tlio name of Privato Nolan, of th# Canterbury Battalion, who died of wounds. Private Darwcnt Nolan was the only sen:! Dr Nolan, formerly of Rosedulc. Somt time ago, "Dorwent," with his parent* anj sistor, went to New Zealand ami took up land. The fallowing appeared in the tlAr^JQ5, about Lan>:e-Corporal Raymond Siade Thornton, who was killed in action rocrenM; and which was previously reported in the .'Courier" "Ray Thornton wasforsotne years resident at Healesvillo, where bii father was coustabla in charge of the police station. Raymond met with a gun accident in his school days, and, as a result, he tcit the sight of ouo eye. This, however, did not prorent him .?listing, and ho accepted as a wireless operator, and met his death at that post; He was employed b; the Postal department, and at the time he volunteored was on the staff of the Windier Post-office." Albert L. Pinch, tho woll-known ...... , rtica Bei*. Hopkins,...
ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY JUMBLE SALE A GREAT SUCCESS PROFITS WILL AMOUNT TO ABOUT £125 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY JUMBLE SALE A GREAT SUCCESS PROFITS Wll.L AMOUNT ABOUT ^125 The Jumble Sale litl ! in the local hall on Friday la;l, in aid of lun Is "! the Roscdala Utanch of British Rtl] Cross Society, was a great success. The function was arranged for in a very short period, and Rostdale and district residents acceded heartily j" furthering the interests of the venture with generous donations in cash and Mnd, The result of the eff m ivas em. ineutly satisfactory to all those accorded it iheir patronage and assist ance. In addition to ihe heavily laden stalls, which bore ample testimony to the liberality of the people, a large number cf rsffles was successfully negotiated, while numerous forms of amusement were eagerly pa'.ronised by sports of both sexes. At ahout ic.30 p.m. all remaining goods were put up at auction by Mr Harry Campbell (of Messrs Theo, B. Little and Co) and the bidding was keen throughout,^ everything being disposed of. The net result of the Sa...
FOOTBALL (BY OBSERVER) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
FOOTBALL OllSERVKIt) Sale created somewhat a surprise when they-easily defeated iSairnsdalJ on Saturday last in the North Gipp*" land Competition. The scores were: -Sale, ggls iobhds (64 pomis), Bairnsdale, 3gls iobhds (28 points). Traralgon ggls gbhds (&lt;5,! poi"1')' beat Maflra, SB'5 Cbhds (36 points) . The position of the (our cluhs J,s as follows t-Bairnsdale, won 5, lost 1 > Sale, won 3, lost 3 ; Traralgon, ko" }&lt; lost 3 ; Maflra, won i, lost 5. Maffra has withdrawn from the com petition owing to lack of i>ub.'c support.
ROSEDALE GOLF CLUB SEASON 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
ROSEDAI.E GOLF SEASON 1915 July 3-Mr J. S. Lester's trophy for men. July 10-Mr T. Kelly's trophy 'or ladies. July 17-Men's Foursomes. (Entries taken iu pairs) July 24-President's trophy for men. Jlily 31-Mixed Foursomes. (Entries taken in pairs) August 7 August 14-Men's Handicap. August 21 -Mr J. S. Lester's tr:>;hy for ladies. August 28-Secretary's trophy. Ho.ey play for mtn. September 4 - September ri September 18 l'lay starisat 2 p.m. sharp.
PROGRESS OF TOONGABBIE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
PROGRESS OF TOONGABBIE A steady' but sure transformation is gradually takiDg place in the l TooDgabbie district. Two or three good, methodical farmers have come in within the past couple of years, and they are settiog an excellent example to otners. By and by there will be quite a number of small, but thrifty farmers in the neighborhood, and the district will become more prosperous. Mr Sparks, who pur cnased i\fr Newman's sniali property, is working his place exceptionally well, and the amount of produce he raises has surprised seme of his neighbors. The place is so tidy that it is a picture. He goes in for mixed farming dairyiog, cropping and pig raising. Mr VV. Gales is another plodding, methodical fatmer, who is going on the right lines and steadily improving the farm. He relies on cropping, and is getting good returns off the land, thus showing the way for others. Mr W. Andrews and Mr Albert Ries are also improving their places, and working on right lines. A change is also takin...
JUMBLE FAIR AT TOONGABBIE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 June 1915
JUMBI.E FAIR TOONGABBIE From Our Own Correspondent The Toongahbio Jumblo Fair, in aid of tlio Dclgain Belief Fund was oponodat 3 p.m. on Saturday, Juno 19. in tho Mechanics* Hall, by Cr W. Henderson, J.l\ Un fortunately tho wcRthor was not very favor ab'e for an attendance from the. outlying distric s, but the township and immediate residents lurnod out in force. The school children opsnod tho pro ceedings by singing tho National and Bel gian Anthems and other patriotic songs. It was orMcxit they had been HO]J conchod by tlieir teacher. Miss King, 6i Toongahbio, was an efficient accompanist at tho piano. Masters Stowaifc Ferguson and Reg Sherri dan looked very bravo in their uniforms as Belgian toldiorp. GeolT Fryer and Kevin Moriarty ftro to bo recommended for their recitation?. . Cr IJcndorson, in a few well choeon words eulogised thoBelgains for their heroic dofcnco of their country. Our indebtedness to them was very great. Who could say what poution wo in Australia would havo be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915
The Greatest LABOR SAVING DEVICE Of the Day Are you taking advantage of it ?, TI1E BOOM IN* OIL POLISH Continues, . every day briuging us fresb Customers sent along by previous buyers who are delighted with the results. Wo have In slock " No-Dusta " O' Cedar " Punch i ! 5s Gd 8s 8d 8s 6d And will be pleased to demonstrate tbo possibilities of these wonderful contrivances Also, Oils for re-charging the above, Is 6d bottle Lay ton Bros. THE UP-TO-DATE STORES Phone 7 TRARALGON Also at GormaDdale and Tyera IMPORTANT TO Farmers of Gippsland 8f RosedaleDistrict LYALL &} SON CASH CllAFF, GRAIN AND FLOUR STORES SEED AND OAT MERCHANTS Victoria Markets, Melbourne FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR-Best Roller Town and Country Brands BRAN, BRAN POLLARD, POLLARD Best la Sugar White Bose Kerosene Oatmeal, Plain and Flaked Table Salt Oa's, whole or crushed Chaff Maize, whole or crushed Linseed, whole or crushed Fowls' Wheat Wheat Screenings Barleymeal Shellgrit Oilcake Branning Star Branning Rocksalt - ...
Toongabbie [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915
Toonptbble Mr Elliaamitb registered the rainfall .1th :. &lt; .2 7th ... - ... 6 8th ... , ? .;. ? :t8 i i 9th ... .. ... , 51 21st ... ' 84 .. 22nd 5 23rd ... ... 25 21th ... ; ' 1" i 25th ... 14* ' 26th 89 28 b ... " ... 26 30th 2 Total' 2.18 8.06pts fell since January 1
TROUBLES OF A BRIDEGROOM CONFUSION CAUSED BY CONFETTI [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915
TROUBLES OF A BRIDEGROOM CONFUSION CAUSED CONFETTI All Melbourne is laughing over the story of a discomfited bridegroom, which is published in one of the so ciety papers. The bridegroom, it appears, is an accountant at a city hardware store. lie is a staid load of individual. The wedding was a quiet one, and he warned the few friends who were invited thai he certainly would i not appreciate any such attention as cc-fetti or rice-throwing. Rather would be look with disfavor on such a pro ceeding-it was too playful for his liking. The quests agreed to meet the re quest, but they were not to he cheated of their fun. A conspiracy was soon on foot. By some covert means probably a relative was in the joke entrance was gained to the room where the going-way attire of both bride and bridegroom was kept in waiting for the time when the newly-married couple should seize the opportunity to slip away and change from their wed ding attire and depart on the honey moon. Slits were made in the seam...
Carrajung [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915
Carrafung The following ib'the" rainfall »« registered by Mr L, T. M'Dermott: For last month 400pts fell For the quarter ending June 30th, 1914, 10 48pta M.SOpts fell for 0 mtbs 1914 10 6ipu fill for 6 months 1015 You will observe that we have had almost an much tain during the quarter just closed, as we had during the first 0 months of last year. The winter is very severe this year and quite a contrast with the winter of 1014. 21 19 18 76 15 19 29 18 8th 9th 18th 17th 20th 22nd 23rd 2ith 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th 32 Total 4.68
Gormandale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915
Gormnndule The following is the rsrat&u registered by Mr J. Gilsenan: .111; 6th 7th 8th 9th 12th 14th 15th 17 th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24tU 25th 26th 27th 28th 39th 50th Total 76pta fell for Jane 1911 Total for 6 mtbi. 1915, 12.81 Do. do do 1914, 6.65