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THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 April 1914
THE RIFLE A meeting of the Roscdale Rifle Club was,held in the Mechanics' on Friday evening last. The following members were present :- Messrs Miller (chair), E Wilson, J. Ayres, P. Mooney, J. Kerr, W. Holloway, H. Ridgway, R. Barker, E. Shcil, C. Aytes, A. KeDyon, T. Kelly, G. Far ley, G. Carlson ana L. J. Ridgway. The minutes of the previous meet ing having been confirmed, a letter of resignation was received from Captain I. Pendlebury. Another letter from Mr W. King, offering a gold medal to the club for a trophy shoot, was also received. Officers elected to fill vacancics were:-Captain, Mr Miller; vice captaiD, Mr E. Wilson ; Mr A. Kenyon was elected on the committee. It was resolved that a letter of thanks he sent to Mr King for his geberous offer. It was decided that musketry practice commence on Saturday, May s, and a working bee was formed to clear the range, etc., for same, and the meeting closed.
ROSEDALE STOCK SALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 April 1914
ROSEDALE STOCK SALE iSo head of cattle and 250 sheep were yarded at the local sale on Friday last, and sold at full market values. Sheep.-Fat ewes, account Mr Disher. made 18/2 ; forward condi tioned 2 tli comeback wethers, extra well grown, account Mr Fawkes, 19/1, and fat ewes 15/; aged ewes, rather low in condition, 10/4; comeback ewes, small, 14/7. Cattle.-Fleshy cows made to £5/14/, Btore sows to £4/S/, springers to .^S/1 7/j 18-mth steers to £3/4/, 18 mth to 2-yr-old heifers to £2/18/, poddies from 17/ to 33/.
LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED Hospital Operation of No Avail Zam Buk's Healing Ends 29 Years' Disablement [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED Hospital Operation of No Avail Zam Buk's Healing Ends 29 Years' Disablement Badly crippled by poisoned ulcers on her legs, Mrs E. Rohan, of 5, Maclag gan-atreet, Dunedin, N.Z., was threat ened with permanent lameness until she got Zam Buk, to draw out the corruption and perfectly heal the limb. "Fearful leg ulcere," said Mrs Rohan, "caused vne 29 years of pain and suffering. The trouble in the first instance resulted from a kick, hut blood poison, whit-h afterwards set in really started my long life of misery. "The burning pa n and irritation set up by the sores was awful, and it gave me no rest, either day or night. ' 1 attended the Hospital for seven months altogether and underwent two operations. But the treatment made my legs even worse, and the crippling ulcers spread round the ankle. When hospital doctors had failed, 1 began to try all soils of ointments and remedies that were recommended but they were quite useless. "At length I got a pot of Zam Buk...
USED IT IN INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
USED IT IN INDIA "During 13 years I lived in India I used nothing but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds,bronchitis and sore throats, says Mr A. C. MacafF. care of Roberts and Sons, Engineers, Bendigo, V. 1 have given it with great success to hundreds of natives, both Hindu and Alahommedan, and in every case it has proved efficacious. Even natives of high cas*e came to my bungalow asking for a dose ot Chamberlain's Cough remedy, so I do not hesitate to recommend it in at] cases of cold and bronchial troubles." Sold by j. Williams, Rosedale.
PRIEST'S BICYCLE TAKEN REPLACED BY NEW ONE PARISHIONERS' SECRET EXCHANGE Sale, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
PRIEST'S BICYCLE TAKEN j REPLACED BY NEW ONE PARISHIONERS' SECRET EXCHANGE Sale, Thursday Leaving his bicyclo at tho gato of St Mary's Presbytery on Tuesday eveniug, tlie Rev FatherOorran was much con cerned a few minutes later to find that it bad disappeared. Returning to the Prosbytery to make injuiries, be was astonished to find in bis room a new bioycle witb a large paper parcel at inched. On opening the parcel be found that it contained a complete out fit, including cape, leggings and sun dries. The selection appenrs to have been made with the greatest care, not one detail being missing. Accompany ing the pare-1 was tho following un signed typewritten note: This machine and accessories are yours, left in tho sincere hope that you will deiive as much pleasure and satisfaction in using them as it gives your parishioners to effect the exchange. This bicycle, although the best procurable, is, we feel, not good enough for you. In making this exchange have no fear for the "ancient^OD...
OPENING OF NEW CHURCH AT GLENMAGGIE A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION (Reprinted from the "Advocate") [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
OPENING OF NEW CHURCH AT GLENMAGGIE A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION (Reprinted from the "Advocate") The dow church at Glenmaggie was opened by his Lordship the Bishop (Most Rev. Dr Phelan) on Sunday, 19th nit., in the prescnoe of n largo concourse of peoplo, | who attended from many miles round the district. The Bishop, who wns nttonded by Eev. Fr. Shanahan, of Cowwnrr, the pnstor of the district, performed tho cere mony of blessing tho snored edifico just before 11 o'olock. and subsequently preached the occasional sermon,'taking as iiis text words from the 14th chapter of St. Mark's Gospel, "And he will show you n large room furnished, and tliero prepare ye for us." Dr Pholnn said that, before speaking to them on tho Church and its uses, ho desired to say a few words by way of introduction, |nnd ho wished to heartily congratulate the peoplo of Glen mnggio on tho completion of a church that would do credit to them,! their children, and their children's children. Thero were low functions that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
Temporary Loans TO BANK CLERKS, RAILWAY EMPLOYES, GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, and the PUBLIC Generally. Bills Discounted Daily. FKOJJ £1 TO £500. Apply to "SECRECY," G.P.O. Sale Strict Secrecy. COURIER OFFICK FOK JOB PRINTING Baby Boy's Bronchitis Quickly Cured by DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY. " My little boy Willie had Bronchitis very badly, ever since his birth," writes Mrs. Clara Donohue, 9 Smith St., Surry Hills, N.S.W. " He had a terrible wheezing, and when he coughed his little face would swell up and his eyes would nearly jump out of his head. He would shake all over, his cough was so hard. I was afraid it would settle on his lungs, it had such a hold °n him. I tried diffierent cough cures but he did not seem to improve in the least. Sometimes the poor little fellow could hardly speak, he was so hoarse. I was strongly recommended to try Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, and as it was my last ray of hope I got a bottle, and after taking a few doses he was quite a differeni child. It fixed...
Country Roads' Board. CHAIRMAN IN TRARALGON. INTERESTING OUTLINE. OBSTRUCTING LANDOWNERS. " NONE BUT BEST ROAD IS GOOD ENOUGH." [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
Country Roads' Board. HI " CHAIRMAN IN TRARALGON. INTERESTING OUTLINE. OBSTRUCTING LANDOWN ERS. " NONE BUT BEST ROAD IS GOOD ENOUGH." Mr. W. Caldcr, the chairman oi the Country Roads Board, gave a most instructive and interesting] address at the conference of the Gippsland shire' delegates in Tra ralgon on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Calder's remarks made quite a deep impression upon the rep resentatives, and the speaker was frequently applauded. The president ot the conference, Councillor Copeland, of Warragul, briefly welcomed Mr. Calder. He said that the Warragul shire had recently let the first tender under the new scheme, and lu: showed photos of the new and old road. He said that the board was going to do more for Gippsland than any previous body, and excellent results would accrue. He was very proud to know that the creation ot the board wa^ one result of the formation ot the Gippsland Shires' Association. Now that the board was at work in making the roads the association would ...
CORRESPONDENCE Whilst this column is always open for free discussion on public topics, etc, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by the writers of the letters.] QUERY? TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always opon for froo discussion on public topics, otc, wo do not hold ourselvos rosponsibln for any opinions expressed by tho writers of tho letters.] QUERY? TO THE EDITOR OK THE "COURIER" Sir,-Seeing that a query was re cently asked and answered through the medium of your valuable columns, 1 would be glad if any one would answer through the medium of the COURIKR the following :-(i) Is it a fact that Rosedale is one of the oldest towns in Gippsland, and what year was the dis trict first settled in ? (») Why is it that such towns as Mafira, TratalgOD, Yarram, and others surrounding Rose dale arc all progressive, whilst Rosedale stands still ? In reference to the fore going, I presume that there are several old residents of this district who could supply the desired information. Thanking you, yours, etc., CURIOUS.
SURELY! [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
SURELY ! Af'.er deciding recently to publish a niODthly paper at the Illinois (U.S.A.) State Penitentiary at Joliet, to be edited by ihe convicts, the prison officials were somewhat embarrassed not to say surprised-10 find that there was not one printer among the 1500 inmates of that institution. What good fellows printers must be, surely I
ELECTION OF OFFICERS, [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
I ELECTION OF OFFICERS, j President, Councillor Cullinan; vice presidents, Councillors Nixon ana Whittakers; executive com mittee, the president and the two vice presidents. It was decided that the next! conference take place at Leon gatha, on a date to be fixed in March, 1915. The president expressed the thanks of the conference to Coun cillor Whittakers for providing a meeting place, and also for en tertaining the delegates. This concluded the business.
MICROBES TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
MICROBES ! J TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-Whilst the fight is ragtag in the microbe and bubonic territory be tween "Parent" and others, might I be allowed a bit of a track to canter into this "Germ aigument." It is generally understood in reference to the Water Scheme for Rosedale, that the river will he tapped somewhere in the vicinity of the bridge. If that is so I would like to draw attention, to the fact that the swimming baths stand only about 200 yards distant from this spot. Apart from the ordinary sanitary point of view, any person suffering from a filthy disease may bathe in the water a little distance from where' the householders are to draw their supply, and the natural flow of the river carries the geims over the spot from where the water is to be pumped. No doubt Cunncillor Kenevan saw this danger when he suggested that the water be brought from the nearest point of the river to the town, but, might I say, be ing of a peaceful disposition, perhaps he did not wish...
M'GUFFY VISITS WALHALLA [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
M'GUFFY VISITS WALHALLA (From the "Chronicle") "Ayel" said M'Guffy to the Com. mercial Traveller on Tuesday momine, as he lounged luxuriantly in a first class carriage and unconsciously dis played the top half- of a second class ticket protruding from his waistcoat pocket. "Aye ! A've spent a week an' ower rouckle siller as iveel, in yon vil.age. But A'll no say A'm glad tae coom awa. Ye ken ye'll get as guid whusky in Walhalla for sixpence too, I but .fa nion sticks tnc his nalteral an' £!nP(er J ' A canna see there is ony call tae be extravagant in the matter o refreshments. A'll thank ye for a Jill o ma pipe, Aleester." The Commercial handed over his pouch and resumed hia speculative M'CnT °f,lhe t0ivnslliP Erica. hllnjfu? uf ,arge bow,ed P'Pe and himself to a small handful which he added to the contents of half a tin of Havelock produced from his pocket quite unconcerned about the sour looks of his travelling companion who caught Mowinsadenseclold a the Wsmokwg" s,Rn on the car ...
PURE SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
PURE SEEDS. The following resolution was adopted on the motion ot Coun cillors Kennedy and Von Horn: " That this conference re-al firm the resolution carried at last meeting, urging the Government to provide effective legislation so as to ensure the sale and dis tribution of pure agricultural seeds." Members of the conferencq generally expressed dissatisfaction at the absence ot the parliamen tary representatives, and it was re marked that they could have ob tained useful inlorma,tion about the province first hand. .
A REPLY TO "PARENT" TO THE EDITOR OR THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
REPLY TO "PARENT" TO THE EJD1T0K OK THE "COURIER*1 Sir,-Ke letter headed "State School Controversy" and signed by "Parent." I would like to ask : Why did that in dividual rush to the Press to make enquiries from the local school com mittee instead of waiting on or writing to such body ? Is it because he is not the man to show himself that he uses a nom-de-plume ? There have been' some nasty things said about the com mittee on different occasions, and most of it is only personal bitterness. It is hard to understand why some people are so interested about the condition of the school, when they could not find a few spare minutes to attend the meet ing of parents at which the present committee was elected, yet behind a mask find time to criticise without reason those who were appointed. '.Parent" says that he did not criticise the committee. Well, what does he mean by saying the minutes of the meetings should published for the benefit cf all concerned. To all ap pearances it would seem ...
TOONGABBLE RACES TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
TOONGABBIS. RACES TO-DAY Following are tbe handicaps: TRIAL STAKES L.K.G. 10.5, Mercer 8.10, Stogan 8.6, Gilead 8.6, Swifty Joe 8.6, Digneas 8.6, Strabane 8.2, Haateaway 8.0, Royal Arms 7 10, Sojer 7.10, Counter sign 7.10, Setam 7.10, Debut 7.7, Swivel 7.7, Parther 7 G, Nimble Lad 7.G, May Dawn 7 0, Landy 7.0. PONY RACE I Cygnet 11.0, Flossie 10.0, Longford | Lad 0.8, Sosso 8.8, Quilp 8.4, Fairy 8.2, Skidoo 8.0, Runaway 7.12, Mirth 7.10, Tease 7.10, Queen Royal 7.10,! Connemarra 7.8, Cyreno 7.8, Glenroy 7.5. Signature 7.5, May Flower 7.8, Rainbow 7.3, Pearl Shell 6.9. TOONGABBIE HANDICAP Coral Fisher 9.2, Pell* 9.2, Gunfire 8.0, Julia B. 8.9, GlynneS.6, Bid 8.2, Sederick 7.10, Surestep 7.8, Benita 7.0. Coral Fisher 12.5, Guufire 12.0, Sederick 11.2, Galtee More 10.10, Benita 10.8, Digness 10.8, Persian Light 10'1, .Loquacious 10.4, Debut 10.2, CUunda 10,2, May Dawn 10.0, Cootna 10.0, Golden Action 10.0. NOVELTY PONY RACE Menkawrab 12.0, Cygnet 11.0, Cider 9.12, Wee Pat 0.10, Longfor...
KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
KILMANY (From Our Own Correspondent) The weather hero is still very dry nnd grass and crops arc not making -much growth. Beet harvesting is about finished, tho settlers will not bo sorry to see the last of it.' A harvest thanksgiving service was held hero on Sunday, Slay 3, bj' tho Church of England. There was a largo attendance, about 50 being present. Tho church was nicely decorated with the gifts of fruit, vegetables, grain, etc., and looked really nice. All conncctei with tho church worked hard for the success of the service. The gifts wero disposed of on Monday night, and very high prices ruled for everything. Mrs J. Tyler died here on Monday morning last, and much sympathy is felt for tho husband and family.
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 7 May 1914
GOLF All hough the season has not yet been officially opened in Eoscdnlc several enthusiasts may often bo seen doing the links. Next Wednesday the boys are to play for a golf club presented by a well known townsman and aro looking forward to a keen contest. The annual meeting of the golf, club will be held in the Mechanics-' \ on Saturday night, at 7.30 p.m.