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THE BEES AND THEIR PREY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
THE BEES AND THEIR PREY Just now, Bny8 the Traralgon "Journal/ Mr Bennett cccujms thb position of an io dividual who has ventured too near a hive of bees. The Opposition and its press ure not loBing any opportunity of stinging him with tboir pointed and loquacious tongues. Only so recently as Wednesday, 22nd, Mr W. Hughes let some of his baited arrows fly. On Friday night last Mr Tudor made another Attack 011 him, and on Saturday night Mr Findley laid himself out to damage Mr Bennett. Mr Thomas, tho ex-Minister for Kxternat affairs, is busy making all the capital he can out of the Hszchvood incident, with the view of influencing the votes of the Gippsland electors. Mr Ben nett may rest assured that these persistent attacks are proof that the Labor Party is vory much afraid they will play a tuneless second fiddle. If they reckoned on a soft thing they would not bother h m These organised and bit'er attacks on the chosen representative of Liberalism should make Liberals throughout the...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
TENNIS A contest between teams representing Canajung and Gormaudale took place on the court of the latter last Saturday, gnd lesulted 'in a win for Carrajung. Results are as follows : CARIU.JUNO Miss Lay Hiss Tjnll 6 Mr Russell Mr K. Lucas 6 Mr L. Wilson Miss G. Wilson 6 Mr W. O'Connor Mr R. Lucas 6 Mr L. Wilson Miss Tyrell 6 Mr Russell Miss Lay C Mr R. Lucas Miss G. Wilson 6 GORMANDALE Mrs Thomas Miss Wykes Mr Anderson Mr V. Wi son Mr Power Mrs Nl'Cord Mr V. Wilson Mr Walker Mr Anderson Mrs R. Hare Mr Walker Mrs Thomas Mr V.Wilson Miss Wykes Total games 42 Total games 28 The Shire Engineer (Mr H. L. Keys) has inspected and approved the tequest from the secretary of the Gor roandale Tennis Club, that the club be allowed to shift (lie front fence of ihe Recreation .Reserve a distance of 15 feet to allow a pavilion to be erected.
INFECTIOUS FAMILY COLDS Peps Give the Best Relief in the Quickest Time [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
INFECTIOUS FAMILY COLDS Pepa Give the Best Relief io the Quickest Time The rsmedy that comments itself most to mother ia the one that gives the beat relief in the quickest- time, without any of the unpleasant after effect of some household medicines. In the case of coughs and colds, that remedy undoubtedly ia Pep?, the wonderful tablets that prevent colds running through the house. When drugs occur inchest medi cines there is great danger of the heart's action being adversely affectad. Tois objection applies to many lozenge and liquid cough and cold remedies, "bronchitis cures," and lung tonios, but in Peps tbu objection has been successfully overcome. There are no harmful drugs in Peps.. The fumea given off by Peps tablets aa they dissolve in the mouth not only disinfect the air as it is breathed down into the lungs, but they destroy any germs that have got into the bitaihing passages. Pepa also allay ioiljmmatiou and soothe every bit of the tender membrane that lines the throat, b...
TOONGABBIE v GLENGARRY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
TOONGABBIE v GLENGARRY In the Fisher Competition_on Satur day at Glengarry, the Toongabbie team I defeated Glengarry by 7 pomls. Glen garry had ihe assistance of the pick of the Trara'gon team and they found the Toongabbie beys were too good for them from start to finish. No doubt Krank Alderson was ihe best player on the ground. A. Kinp, A. i Nicolson, B. Humphrey, R. Ferguson, Guyaft Bros., B. Wellington and others played a great g,->me and fairly had the home team baffled. Toongabbie is now two games ahead in the competition and has a good chance of winning. On Saturday next Rosedale will play a return match at Gormandale. ' The Rosedale footballers will hold a meeting to-morrow evening.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
Theo. R. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents.' BOSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYlb'lELD. and 457 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE BIG - SPECIAL SALE EOSEDALB To-morrow, Friday, July 31 THEO. B. LITTLE a- CO. win hold thoir next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on febovo date, when they will sell 500 HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE, including Fats, Bullocks, Steers Store Cows, Heifer3» Springers and Young Cattle Acct Owner 10 Prime Fat Cows and Heifers ' Acct Owner 8 Fat Con a Acct Own or 20 Extra Good Quality Springing Cows, all young, close up Acct Owner 10 Good Springers Acct Owner 12 Good Quality cloao up Springing Heifers Acct Owner 20 Springers, some tip-top cows Acct Owner 40 Ayrshire and Shorthorn Heifers, 2 yr-old, good quality, empty 1500 MIXED SHEEP, including Acct Owner 50 Prime Crossbred Wethers 50 Comeback Wethers, in forward con dition Acct Owner SO Prime Sbrop Ewes, extra quality Acct Owner 40 Prime Fat Sheep Acct Owner 22G Cropsbrcd and Comeback Wethers, in good condition, 2 and i-tooth, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
PHONE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butcher koS'EDALE, Ajrontfor ROYAL F1BE INSURANCE CO. . A.XI.P. 800IETY, Sound Invostment Bonuses Annually , W. IJ olio way Expert on Motor (7ars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedcile ?UBL1C_ NOTICE ANY PERSONS shooting oa any portion of the HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this date will be PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry PAINLKSS AND Pkkfect By a Now Method-no pricking o£ tho needle and no bad after effects. Every body Astonished. Why g° t° mcn w^° hurt you, whon I positively assure you ol ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON Visits ROSEDALE at Exohantjo Hotel JULY Slat ALL DAY MrC.JBrunell Trood (Phone No. 25.) DENTIST. RAYMONB_ST., SALE Mr Trood iB your Local Dentist. A SET OF TEETH £2 10a. Repairs by Post will receive my Best Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. PUBLIC \OTICE. ALL PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenivood" will be Prosecutcd, without respect to persons R. 5IACREADIE, Willun...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
JJ^OSCTLALC &lt;^ONRICTJ. AND CARITAJUNO, DENJSON AND WLLLUNO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNINQ THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL It will pay you to bare a talk with Mr C. G. Trood, dentist, Sale. Mr Tatterson, dentist, will pay a special visit to Rosedale on Friday, July 31 (sale cay), and may be con ulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to s p.m. Editing a paper is a nice business. If we publish jokes, people say we are "rattle headed"; if we don't we are old fossils. If we publish original matter they say we don't give ihem enough selections j if we give them selections they say we are too lazy to write. If we remain in the office we ou?ht to go out and bustle for "locals" ; if we go out we are not attending to our business. If there are two parties in political field we have to try and please "three." If we wear old clothes they don't respect us; if we wear good ones, we are doing too well. Now, what are we to do ? Just as likely as not some will say we ...
FOOTBALL ROSEDALE v GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
FOOTBALL 310SEDALE v GORMANDALE A match was played on the Roscdale Cn'cket Ground on Saturday last between the above teams. Both sides lacked practice and system. Con sidering the short notice the home side got a good team together. Only five of the old Roeedsle Eighteen were playing, !beother thirteen beine mostly colts and a few new arriva's. Some of the former showed very good form, and, should they stay here, the Iccals ought to get a good team together next season and enter-a competition. The Goimandaleites are only a newly formed club, but with practice more should be heard of them. Mr C. Doolan uropiied the game. There suits for the quarters were : ist 2nd 3rd 4th T't'l Rosedale 34 1.0 0.0 23 . 6.7 G'mandale 0.0 1.1 o 4 0.0 1.5
REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS "I have great faith In Chamberlain's Pain Balm," s»ys Mr S. E, Hencock, J,P. Kapun da, S.A. "For many years I suffered with rheumatism in my arms and shoulders, brought on by a chill. Now a n application of Chamberlan's Pain Balm gives me instant relief and soon removes it. I recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm to all sufferers from rheumatism." Sold by j, \Villiam9, Rosedale
A Cruel Blow TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
A Cruel ' Blow TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir, - Re the annual "At Home" of ihe branch of the A.W.N. League held at Rosedale on the 15th inst. It is with regret that I read in your report of i6th, -ihat Mrs Thompson, the lady agitator for the above league, held that the policy of the Liberal stood for God and Country (the motto of the A.W.N.L.), and that the people could not expect the country to prosper un der the rule of the Labor Party-the Socialists-who recognised No God and No Master. Now, Sir, if Mrs Thompson is good enough for those she represents, surely such remarks as these are not endorsed or allowed to pass as the motto of the A.W.N.L. Is it any wonder that in every small town I chance to go into, there is little by little a class hatred springing up caused by false statements with the hope of gaining votes ? I am pleased to say that I belong to the Progressive Liberal party, whose motto is "The Uplifting of their Fellow Man and Woman," Yours, etc., F. J. MCCARTHY.
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.] Some Plain Facts TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always opon for froo discussion on public topics, etc, wo do not hold ourselves responsible) for any opinions expressed by tho writers of the lottors.] Some Plain Facts TO THE EDITOK OF THE "COURIEIt'' Sir,-Your correspondent, "Naratrok Far mer," has taken sorao remarks appearing ovor my signaturo as a text upon which . to hang a rather varied assortment of argu ments. With regard to Mr Dennett and tho question of the £3,000,000. which ap pears to be such a very sore point with the Socialistic Party, I need hardly say any thing more, Mr Bennott having gone fully into the question and shown that he was fully justified in attnsking the policy in question. Under the present arrangement tho Auditor-General merely asks for the E reduction of a voucher, and tliat voucher eing forthcoming, his duty is to certify tho account as being cprrcct. The Cook Minis* try proposed to alter this undesirable system by instituting a Committee of Accounts, whose duty...
A W.N.L. and Tyranny (Held over from last issue) TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
A W.N.L. and Tyranny (Held over from last issue) TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-In this turmoil of Party Politics it is indeed refreshing to note the neutral stand you are taking. Side by side in your last issue are reports of the A.W.N.L. and a letter signed "Nambrok Farmer," who is evidently a strong supporter of the Opposition. Your stand should be appreciated by all fair minded people. If every paper took up a similar stand and reported both sides and let the choosing of Parlia ment to the electors, much good would result. Now, Sir, I would like to draw attention to the remarks of Mrs Thompson, "The paid organiser," or agitator (as they are termed on the Labor side),of the Australian Wonieos* National League. This lady (if I may call her such, it makes me ashamed of my sex) is reported to have said " The Liberal Party stand for God and Country, the motto of the A.W.N.L.( and the people cou!d not expect the . country to prosper under the rule of the Labor Party-the Socialist...
Misleading Statements TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
Misleading Statements TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER1' Sir,-Regarding the remarks of Mrs Thompson at a recent meeting of the local branch of the W.N League, re working people recognising No God, etc., I beg t j state that this person at Toora last election also made use of some very improper remarks on the same subject. She said there were Sunday schoola in Melbourne where a catechism was introduced, and the first question ran thus:-"Is there aGod ?" | Answer, by the children : "A3 we havo not seen God, we believe there is no God." Second question : "Is there a Heaven?" Answer: "As we have not seen Heaven, we believe none exists." And so on. The absurdity of these statements is quite clear, for if the masses of the people absolutely declined any form of Christianity, it would not be necessary to build Sun ! day schools and print catechisms. They could let their children run wild, like the Australian blacks of a century ago, and their object would be attained. I feel sure that no memb...
ROSEDALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
ROSEDALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE The half-yearly meeting of sub scribers to the above Institute was held ?on Tuesday evening. The President (Rev R. Mitchell) presided, The financial statement for the half year ending June 30, 1914, showing a credit balance of .£41/13/4, was received and adopted. The subscribers' meeting then closed and the committee dealt with the following : Offer of Stage Scenery A letter was received from Mr T. A. Duck, ofTeriiig to the committee the scenery, painted at his expense for the recent concert of the vaudeville club, for the sum of £15; and further offering to ,&lt;aint an interior scene (plan was submitted) and fix up wood work, carriers and runners properly, and in an up-to-date manner with necessary riversible pulleys, ropes, etc., at an additional cost of ^7/10/. Same would complete the stage scenery with two settings-interior and exterior. Also stating that canvas and paints used in the work as offered were of the best quality. Mr Jas Steel L...
PUBLIC NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
PUBLIC NOTICE The proprietor of tlio "Courier" wishes to draw publio attontiun to the fact that suoh newspaper is not connected with the '1 rural gun "Joi.rnal"' (or any other paper), financially or otherwise, as stated at a meet ing in Bosedale recently. Any CIBBO of job printing can be dono on the premises, new appliances and machinery having been installed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
IS &RE-SO\iMENT ? A Mixture that Gleans Greasy, Grimy Hands as Nothing Else Can Miles Ahead of Soap No Aoida Will Not Injure the Moat Sensitive Skin Price 6d for a large tin G-reen Bros., ROSEDALE Phone 11 G-ot Your New Race Suit Yet P I High -class Tailors * PRINCE STREET Hose dale Will SUIT You Those Suffering from Chronic Colds Pulmonary Complaints Should take Newfoline orChaUman's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Lime and Soda Children Liko It. is 6d Bottle CM KM 1ST, TRAKALGON Nervous Breakdown Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FPJEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTE...
TIARA BOOM TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 July 1914
TIARA BOOM TO-DAY This was the popular version of the merry song and dance that tickled playgoers twenty years or so ago. At least it was a popular version in the family of Mr William Johnston, of Raglan, Victoria, when news came to him that he had won the the first p ize in the Eight Hours Art Union. "How did you maDage it" ? his friends asked him. "Easy as winking !" replied the jubilant Johnston. "I just put a shilling's worth of paper intoan envelope which I directed to the Secretary, Eight Hours Art Union, Sydney. Then I lay back and waited, and Luck did the rest for me. A diamond tiara worth ^850 isn't to be had for a shilling every day of the year. No, I don't wear tiaras myself, but I've a lot of use for it's worth. No wonder I sing Tiara-Boom-to-day! Put in your bob and you may bo as lacky as I." "Woods Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fai's, r/6
TERRIBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
TERRIBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND "One night I struck a match and the whole box went off ifi my hand and I had a terrbJe burn across the palm," says Mr J.R.Worsley, Margate, Tas. "The pain was something awful. I went into the store and looked for something to relieve and noticed the word "burns" on the label of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I poured the Balm freely on my hand and the pain quickly disappeared &nd I found the skin whole and the ourn quickly healed without even leaving teat*" Sold by | ]. Williams, Rosedale
TELEGRAM RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
TELEGRAM RECEIVED Mr Hughes telegraphs for press's in formation from Sydney :-"In pur suance promise given my meeting Sale, I wired Scaddan (West Australia's Premier) whether Government steamers carrying for Beef Trust. Scaddan wires statement absolutely without foundation. (Signed) Hughes."