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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 January 1914
^O«ICILALC 4^OTTRIEI[* AND OARRAJUNQ AND DKNISON ADVOCATB PUBLISHED HVERY THUBBDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1014 LOCAL AND GENERAL A Happy New Year! Same to You ! And Many of Them. Mr Tattcrson, dentist, announces that he will visit Rosedale on Satur day, January 3rd, and may be consulted from 10.30 a.m. till 5 p.m. at the Exchange Hotel. A young man named Patten, better known locally as "Clarence the Spori," was arrested at Lindenow recently and charged with imposition. The accused;) who was for some months staying at j Rosedale, canvassed the district ostensibly as a pho'.ographic expert. He received many old photos-dead relatives and keepsakes in most cases -from a number of people in and about the town with an order to supply copies or enlargements, etc., and in almost eveiy case received a two-thirds deposit or the whole amount vrith each ordtr. As mere appeared to be DO photos forthcoming, those who had entrusted Patten with their kcepsakts became somewhat suspicious of the g...
SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEAD ACHES "1 highly recommend Chamberlain's Tab lets to anyone who suffers from headaches," says Mrs M. K Berry, Marlborough Road, Victoria Valley, Tasmania. "I suffered agony with headaches and tried almost everything. Nothing did me any good until a friend recommended Chamberlain's Tab lets and they socn put me right again. Now Iwculdnotbe without a box of Chamber lain's Tablets in the house." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale.
A SECRET [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
A SECRET Tbe world is doing better than it did some time ago. We've Jearntd some useful thing our grandsires didn't know. And by tbe information which exper ience has gained, A number of mysterious things are readily explained. Why did tbe flow'ret blush unseen amid the desert air ? Why have Eome sages lived unknown in attics chill and bare? Why is reward withheld from men both talented and wise ' The answer is plain as ' day-they didn't advertise. To merely lake the light from'neath tbe bushel will not do. You've got to keep it blazing where the passinc throng may view, No matter what your, trade may be, this fact you can't disguise: You'll drop out of the running if you do not advertise.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
THE STANDARD FAMILY MEDICINE Throughout Australasia Dr Morse's Indian Root l'ills are a household re medy, and the antidote for common ailments. In thousands ofhomes tha little amber bottle is ibe sole medioine chest, for whatever the complaint, the bowels must be Irept free, and the process by which the Blood is purified must be slimalated to thro^ oil' the poisons in the Blood, which is the cause of all disease, and many a serious illness may be prevented by the timely use of these Pills, checking the disease in its primary stage. Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are purely vegetable. They are a perfect Blood Purifier, and a safe and Reliable Remedy for Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, Headaches, Sallow Com plexion. Liver and Kidney Troubles, Piles, Pimples, Boils and Blotches, and for Ftmale Ailments. Nearly One Million Bottles sold an- ' nually in Australasia. IF YOU \ i)i7 "RUNDOWN" -suffering from Weakness, Nervousness, Debility, Neuralgia, Loss of Appetite, Sleeplessness, ...
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY (Written Specially for the "Courier") [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY (Written Specially for the "Ccuriet") Although the words Wireless Tele graph ore familiar er.ough, the amount of lethargy shown by the average person in acquiring even a smattering of knowledge of the methods by which it is produced is somewhat astonishing. A novice finds very lill'e difficulty in in describing an engine to an engineer simply because the engineer's famili arity will) engines enables him to make something of the description, even though it may be a crude one. To describe such a thing as wireless telegraphy to a person possessing no knowledge whatever of electricity or electrical apparatus without employing technicalities is not the easiest task imaginable. The first cardinal points to be learnt in regard to wireless tele graphy are the medium or mediums by which electric waves or pulsations are forced from one point to another, such as one station to another station or one vessel to another vessel. Admitting that the average person understands fro...
NAMBROK. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
NAMBROK. From Our Own Correspondent. The harvesters are having a very good run this season. They have had very little delay since they started. In about another week the majority of the farmers' will be finished for the season. The wind storms damaged some of the wheat and barley crops and as much as two bags were blown out and lost. As it was expected, the wheat crops proved very disap pointing. "What looked like going 10 bags early in theiseason are only harvesting about 5 bags. The sample will be fair. The barley crops are yielding much tetter than wheat, although the sample is not as good as last year. Owing to the low prices and bags being dear many of the oat crops will not be thrashed until prices improve. Mr Geo. Shaw has purchased an eight-toot reaper-thrasher this year, and speaks Highly of it. Five horses will work it comfortably. The absence of grain buyers this year is very noticeable. The two previous years there were several about at this time. It is very quiet and ve...
BEES AND FERTILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
BEES AND FERTILISATION. Thus an American writer on tht raising of alfalfa or lucerne seed: On one farm where no bees wero kept the yield of seed last year was two bushels to the acre. On anotliei farm on the same bottom, one mile from the first, where only three colon ies of bees were kept, the yield of lu come see** was between four and five bushels to £he acre. On still another farm where about twentj Jolonles ol bees were kept, the yield was seven or eight bushels per acre; and two miles below, without bees, the yield again dropped to two bushels "Did she make you feel at home?" "No: but 6he made me wish I wac."
SPORT IN GENERAL CARRAJUNG SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
SPORT IN GENERAL CARRAJUNG SPORTS Favored with' a fine, bright and warm day, tempered with a cool breeze from oflf the Great Waste of Waters lying away on the east, the Carrajung New Year's Day Sports took place under most favorable conditions. The attendance, winch numbered about 400, showed a decided falling off on previous years. This is, no doubt, owing to the degeneration which has taken place during the last few years of these sports. However, judging by this occasion that period of depression has passed and tho constitution of the present committee (if maintained) will, 1 feel sure, before many years, set up a standard equal to or better than that which existed here a few years ago when these sports were famous throughout this portion of South Gippsland. With Mr D. D. M'Alpine, jnr., as President, the committee ate a happy family, The popularity and esteem in which the President is held is un questionable, and in Mr W. Peel they likewise posess a whole-hearted sport and a har...
FROM WOMAN TO WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
FROM WOMAN TO WOMAN. "It Is a great thing," remarked a kindly woman, "when daughters show an Interest and pride in their mother's appearance. "Too often, I fear, a daughter's criti cisms of her mother's'looks and dress are the outcome o£ a selfish impulse. The real motive is not so much filial affection as a desire that the mother may do tho daughter credit. "But even this might be excused if the hints to the mother were kindly and tactful. Mothers resent sour com ments on their methods of dressing, whereas they will often readily fall in with suggestions that show a loving Interest, and that come not as from daughter to mother ao much as from woman to woman. This is the truest relationship to assume in matters that ft fleet externals."
SWIMMING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
SWIMMING CARNIVAL The Rosedale Swimming Club held a very successful carnival at the public swimming baths on New Year's Day. The day being gloriously fine enticed a large number of spectators to the Latrobe's banks, and a good day's sport was witnessed. Tha secretary (Mr Clyde Stewart) was ably assisted by Mr C. F. Kleins and the committee in carrying out tha programme. Mr Chas. Weir was the starter in the various events, and Messrs C. F. Kleine and J! Lunny the judges. The following are the results : Filling the Bottle-Les Farley i, Ken M'Carthy 2, Clare Stewart 3 School Boys' Championship, 50yds -Willie White, iosec, I; A. Thor bourne, 8sec, 2 ; Archie Reed, iosec, 3. The winner led all the way and won by two yards. Time-37 sees. Open Handicap, 175yds-W. Weir, zosec, 1; C. Stewart, 20sec, 2; Stan Farley, aisec, 3 ; F. Caddie, 2ssec, 4. Won easily. Nine starters. Cigarette Race (First prize donated by Mr Chas. Weir)-J. Lunney 1, C. Stewart 2 Diving for Objects-Bob Allen 1 Youth's R...
WIDOWS' CAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
WIDOWS' CAPS. Why do widows wear caps? Per haps you may say because they make them look pretty and Interesting. But the real reason Is that when the Ro mans were in England they shaved their heads as a sign of mourning. Of course, a woman couldn't let her self he seen with a bald head, so she made herseU a pretty cap. And now, though the necessity of wearing it has passed away, the cap remains.
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING A number of members of the Rose dale Rifle Club look part in a competition at the local range on New Year's Day for a cash trophy donated by Mr J. S. Lester, which was won by Mr L. J. Ridgway. The conditions were 10 shots at 500 and 600 yards. The leading scores are as follows : Hep Score Tota' L. J. Ridgway 8 83 91 I. Pendlebury (cpt.) 8 79 87 M. Pendlebury 6 80 86 E. Wilson ... 8 73 81 W. King ... 12 62 74 C. Ayres ... 12 64 76 J. Kerr ... ,10 63 73 J. Ayres ... 8 59 67 W.Hodges ... 11 54 &lt;>5 P. Pendlebury 14 .49 63 P1 Hobson ... 12 48 60 A sweepstake, with 5 shots at 500 yards, was held after the above and resulted as follows; Hep Score Tota* A. Pendlebury 1 23 ' 24 L. J. Ridgway 2 22 2d M. Pendlebury 1 22 23 Jack Kerr ... 5 17 22 E. Wilson ... ' 2 jg 21 W.King ... i 6 15 21 P. Pendlbury 7 14 21 I. Pendlebury (cpt.) 2 : 18 20 J. Ayres ... .2 18 20 W.Hodges... 5 15 20 Chas. Ayres ... 6 14 20 P. Hobson ... 6 14" 20 The final round in the competition for...
TRY A LUNG BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
TRY A LUNG BATH. "Our lungs, quite as well is our bodies, need baths," said a well-known physician, "especially after we have sat for three or four hours In the stale atmosphere of a theatre or church. "Air, pure air, is the cleanser of the lungs. To bathe them the head should bu thrown back, and pure, fresh air should be slowly inhaled till the lungs are distended to their utmost limit. This should be repeated about twenty-five times. "Then the pure air rushes like a torrent through the lungs, and carries out with it every impurity. "Try a lung bath. You will be amazed to find how it will exhilarate you." .
A FRAUD "TEN YARDS OF SILK FOR TWO AND SIXPENCE" THE CEYLON SILK COMPANY EXPOSED DETECTIVES VISIT PREMISES Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
A FRAUD' "TEN YARDS OF SILK FOR TWO AND SIXPENCE" THE CEYLON SILK COMPANY EXPOSED DETECTIVES VISIT PREMISES ? Sydney, Friday Edwio Percy Liddell was before the Central Court to day on a' charge of having conspired with Robert Pearce Scott to defraud Mrs R. M. Burke and others of money. Sergeant Mankey said there was an advertisement in a newspaper adver tising a "sale of "10 yards of silk for 2/6," applicants to send their order to the Ceylon Silk Company, 173 Pitt street. Detectives visited the place ana found nothing to indicate that Liddell was engaged in a legitimate business. They visited his residence and found Liddell and his wife seated on the.floor, surrounded by letters, which the wife was opening. About 2000 postal notes (or 2/6 each were io the letters. A sum of £210 in cash was found hidden in the bedding in the room. Inquiries were made at the post office, and there the cetectives dis covered fully 10,000 letters, each containing a postal note, ami letters were coming ...
SOME OF THE BISHOP OF CARLISLE'S PRECEPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
SOME OF THE BISHOP OF CARLISLE'S PRECEPTS. There are two kinds of people In the world: One set who speak before they think-a big and bad set: and another set who think before they speak-a small and Rood set. I have uo hope for young people who like easy things to do. Both our success and happiness de pend upon our work; if we don't put our shoulder to the wheel of life we shan't make much out of life. It is only weak and foolish creatures who make a fuss when they are trying to do a big thing. It is not the things you see that are the important things in life. Your gifts are like a fire-unless you (ttlr them up they will go out.-"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
Swill Trains from Melbourne, Iviirbco 1'orth ni Bairnsdala Rosedale Racing OJub AMUAL 5IEETIHG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, '14 OFFICIALS . Patrons-Hon. K. J. Crooke, Mr Jos. Bonnctt, M.B .R , Crs A. G. Futcber, J, Widdis, G. M. Davis, Messrs J. W. Bowman, Theo. 13. Little, Langtands President-Mr T. A. Umphelby Vice-presidents-Messrs A. W, Bowman, XI. R. Anderson, J. L. Bowman Judge-Mr T. A. Umpholby ^ Starter-Mr J. Cairns Treasurer-Mr C. P. Klcine Clerk of Scales-Mr F. H, Ingle Clerk of Course- Mr S. Rintouil Measurer of Ponies-Mr A. Murren Hnndicapper-Mr A. H. Cox Timekeeper-Mr T. Linton Secretary-Mr A. Allen Stewards-Messrs H. Sheil, T. A. AnderBOn, A. W. Bowman, H. R. Andurson, J. Widdis, A. Murren, F. M'Tnnes. PROGRAMME : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of 40 Sovs. 7 sovs out of stake to goto aecood horse and a sovs to third horse. About, but not less than two railea. Entry 103, acceptance .fil. The winner of any jurnpingracp, after declaration of weights, to car/j a 7ib penalty ,* two or more ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
FIGURES TALK -II! 1,000j 000 Bushels* of j-TOieat were.carted,intoISidings within aixrmi 1 eaXof/Ar i'ah -Park NaSeW. thi s ? yeare>i .Ve.can offer landjinittiia 'famous Wheat District:from £4 per acre. Magnificent wheat.country, close*to.;Rail' and Railways under?1.construct ion. Rainfall 19-20 inches, well distributed over..-Autumn Winter Spring. Write^.for particulars to" ; T77EBSTER BROS AUCTIONEERS ARIAH PARK N.S.W. (LATE SHEPPARTON, DOOKIE, VICT.) Q-ive Tour Job Printing to the " COURIER" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed ! (Commonwealth r VfSanli ofHnstualta HEAD OFFICE - j' '.V SYDNtiY TO- lia..k li OPM for all &lt;w. of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUil-DlIVG, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE ?y&lt;tnpy, C;uilicrrn, Ncwastlu, A&lt;l«-iai&lt;N-, I'vrili, ISri-bane. TowrtsvHIaawl London* r«mii«:iitct-fr Tfiilr i*». run! &lt;ira\v:i on p).w» *i:r&lt;«*f. Knivltrii lillN negotiate!! and JiafUtti- :.iui l\VHM±N Li :jny forwarded...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 January 1914
TETE AND OARRAJUNQ AND DENISOX ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Man; events of public interest and value never reach tbe columns of tbe local newspaper. Tbe Press is said to have many ejes and ears, but it is not omnipresent, and does not tee and bear everything. Consequently we shall be glad if readers will assist us by sending reports of matters of public interest for publication in tbe "Courier." llr TatterEon, dtntist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, January 30th, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Tbeo B. Little and Co. will bold their next Rosedale stock sale on Friday, January 30. Vendors are requested to forward entries to this office or the office of the auctioneers at tbeir earliest convenience so that same may be duly advertised. The rainfall at Rosedale for 1913 was 25.04 inobes. Tbe average is 24 00 inches, Tbeo B. Little and Co. are holding their annual eale of sheep off shears at Traral...