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THE GUN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
.THE GUN Twenty six nominations were re ceived for the Rosedale Gun Club's ladies' bracelet yesterday afternoon. There were four trophies, and Mr H. Brown (Rosedale) with 2 nominations captured the iat and 4'h trophies, and Mr T. A. Umphelby, 2 nominations, 2nd and 3rd. The sparrows were a good lot and were assisted by a fairly stiff breeze. A novice match, for a trophy, was won by P.'Mooney. Spar row and pigeon sweeps were also held. Ic a match been Traralgon and Rose dale, the heme team were the victors. Results : LADIES' TKOPHIES H. Brown, 1st trophy (spairows). 8 kills. T. U. Umphelby, 2nd trophy (spar rows).-7 kills. T. A. Umpbelby, 3rd trophy (spar rows).-5 kills. H. Brown, 4 h trophy (sparrows). 4 kills. NOVICE TROPHY P. Mooney, 6 kills (sparrows). TEAMS' MATCH (at sparrows) Rosedale, 23 out of 30, 1st. Tra'algon, 22 out of 30, 2nd SWEEPS 1st (sparrows)-A. Kenyon and O. Christensen, divided, 3 kills. 2nd (sparrows) - R. Meek. 7 kills. 3rd (Paeons) - P. F e'y and T. Kt^ly, div...
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.] FEDERAL POLITICS TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
CORRESPONDENCE ["Whilst "this column is always opon for froo discussion on public topics, otc, wo do not hold ourselves rosponsibln for any opinions oxproBsod by tho writors of tbo letters.] FEDERAL POLITICS TO TI1E EDITOl! OK TOE "COUIUEIl" Sir,-In a long letter to THE ROSE da-LE COURIER, Mr F. C. Minchin, of Cotvwarr, writes dealing with election matters. I regret to have to say that his article bristles with many, mis statements, that would occupy too much space to correct. Referring to "Preference to Unionists," Mr Minchin states Mr Wise said : "It was only a bogey, and required no legislation." Mr "Wise said : "There was no necessity for the 'Preference Prohibition Bill' be cause preference had already been abolished by the Cook Government." Surely that statement was plain enough. Mr Cook brought in a bill to abolish that which did not exist, as Mr Wise said, it was a fraud 1 It was admitted by Sir Wm. Irvioe that this bill only affected 2,000 temporary employes, but, notwithst...
WARDS IT OFF [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
WARDS IT OFF "Until I was recommended (o try Chamber lain's Cough Remedy I suffered continously with colds on the chest," writes Miss M. FUngan, "Cartermin," Wnrd-street, Kal goorlie, W.A. ''Now when 1 notice the slightest sign of a cold 1 take a couple of doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the cold is warded off." Sold by John Williams. Rosedale
Carrajung [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
Carrnf iingr The following is the rainfall as registered by Mr L. T. M'Dermott: 3rd 4th 8th 9th 10th Uth 12th 18th Uth 16th 16th 17th 18 h 19th 20th 27th 29th 80th Total 13 4 80 68 94 30 14 G3 112 68 42 88 10 8 22 21 4 6.86 July 1918 8.10 The rainfall at Carrajung for the 7 months for the past 4 years is as follows : 1911 84.20 1912 16.84 1913 28.22 1914 17.52
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF JULY Rosedale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE __MONTH OF JULY llosi'ilalo The following is the rainfall ae registered by Mr G. P. Qurren 3rd 8 4th 2 8th 18 9th 7 J Oth 89 11th 37 12th" 4 18th 52 14th 77 15th 51 16th ... ... 14 17 th 14 18th 7 20th 7 27th 5 30th 2 Total 3.89 The rainfall at Rosedale for the first 7 months of the laBt seven years is as follows: 1907 9.88 1908 7.90 . 1909 14.29 1910 8.21 1911 28.91 1912 8.82 1913 13.48 1914 10.92
CONSTIPATION Overcome by Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
CONSTIPATION Overcome by Dr Morse's Indian Eoot Pilla "I was troubled with that complaint, Constipation." writes Mrs Isabella Taylor, of Ebden-street, East Ballarat, Vic., "which proved the bane of my existence, and not unlike many other folks, tried several restoratives In vain -at least, that proved my experience after trying them. I received no per manent relief until I taken a few doses Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills' when to my great satisfaction and surprise I became suddenly well again, and I have no hesitation in writing Indian Root Pills are a perfect remedy for genuine relief to all sufferera afflicted as I was. I recommend them to my friends everywhere and have no objection to your using this testimony."
THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 August 1914
THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER Algernon C. Drail&y of Toowoomba had a pretty little house and a pretty li ttle wife, but, unhappily for the young couple, be was «b jealous as Otbello, though ebe was as innocent as Desdemona. She cured bim very cleverly and very profitably. One evening he noticed ber busily writing at the table ; and not only would she not tell bim who she was writing to but she took pains to conceal her letter. That was enough for Algernon. Next day, instead of going to bis office, he loafed around the pillar-box, and presently she tripped along with the letter in ber band. He grabbed it rudely. "Now Madam !" be hissed, "I shall learn your guilty secret!" The address was: "The Secretary, Eight HOUTB Art Union, Sydney," and Algernon looked several kinds of a fool when be read it. ? She forgave him, however, and he's never been jealous since. Their cup of joy was full when news came that the shilling thus invested had secured third prize in tbu Art Union-a diamond nec...
TERRIBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
TERRIBLE BURN- ON PALM OF HAND "One night I struck a match and the whole box went ofT Iti my hand and I had a terr'ble burn across the pa'm," says Mr J.RAVorsley, 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 Ba'm. I poured the Balm freely on my band and the pain quickly disappeared tnd I found the skin whole and the burn quick|y healed without even leaving rcai." fc-old by J. Williams, Rosedale
POLITICAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
POLITICAL ITEMS Speaking at Omeo, on Monday night' Mr J. ISennett, the Liberal candidate for Gippsland, said :-"It was all very well lo talk about the the wire pulling of Balaclava, but we could come a little nearer home. The Traralgon'Journal' had reported Mr J. Chappel to have said, when introducing Mr Anstey 'at the next election there would be a pledged Labor candidate against Mr J. Bennett.' " Nominations were invited latter and the ''Ape" reported that several nominations had buen received and a selection would be made at an early date. "Where is the Labor can didate ?" asked Mr Bennett. "Why has he not been brought forward ? Who pulled the wires?" Mr Quinlan (secretary P.L.C. Omeo branch) re plied :-"I ran tell you. He was with drawn because if he came forward we would only be making you a gift of the seat." (Lcud laughter.) Mr Ben nett: Exactly. I am much enlightened, and that is the reason why the Mirboc correspondent of the "Argus" stated that by a unanimous vote the branc...
COLD ON THE CHEST Take Peps and Conquer Hidden Dangers [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
COLD ON THE CHEST Take Peps and Conquer Hidden Dangers Damp, chilly nights are specially in jurious to throat and lung", and few escape tbo torment of a "cold on the chest." 'Ibis startB with a slight hoarseness or husliiness in the voioe, a dry tickling coiigb, piercing painB back and front, in the region of the lungs, or a feeling of heat and eorenees in tho chest. All or any of these symp iOuji* urn; Aji piuinpi ireutiueu' wxiu Peps. What is required is not only to stop the coughing bnt to give ease and strength to the chest. This is accom plished in a marvellously effective manner by tho unique Peps tablets. When Peps tablet is disolved in the mouth, the medicinal essences thus released arc naturally inhaled through the tbroBt and bronchial tubes to the lungs. They bathe the delicate mem brane, and carry a strenghening, com forting, and healing medicine right to the scat of the trouble in the chest, where ordiuary mixtures cannot pene trate. Tho inflamed and phlegm-clogged bronc...
THE FEDERAL FIGHT PLAYING WITH REVENUE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
THE FEDERAL FIGHT PLAYING WITH REVENUE TO T1IE EDITOR OF THE "COI/RIER" The cannon's diadly roar has announced Ihe opening ol a great war in Europe,and distant as ihe thunder is, it should convince the Australian people and their political leaders, that the utmost caution is essential in all matters of finance. Great schemes, glorious or inglorious, propounded by rival leaders and involving the expendi ture of vast sums, must stand over till peace is assured. To those un scrupulous folk who had hoped that the tariff would be thrown into the melting pot and recast in the old haphazard fashion, the greediest and most im portunate getting the highest duties from parliamentarians woefully ignorant of detail, this is a cruel disappoint ment. The cup seemed very near their lips. It has fallen to the ground. With a cynical indifference to their own fiscal beliefs, Labor members agreed that the manufactnrer should have just what mess of pottage he demanded in return for his vote. a'j.- &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
D. J. Hurley Piano & Organ Tuner FOSTER STREET, SALE LATK John Brinsmead and Sons, London, Pianoforte Makers by special appoint ment to H.M. the King 12 years sole representative toner in North Gippsland for Allan und Co., Melbourne, and Agent for Allan's Pianos, and Member of the Pianoforte Tuners' Association of Victoria Pianos Tuned Specially for Madame Melba, Clara Butt, Ada Crossley (4 times), Madame Dolores, Percy Grainger, Austra lia's Leading Player, etc. J. D. Hurley will visit Rosedale every Two Months New and Secondhand Pianos kept in Stock, and all Guaranteed Mamma's Going to Wash Me with. REXQNA SOAP I J>aby's chief charm lies in his soft and lovely skin. To acquire that purity and delicacy of .skin health, use J'rxona Skin and Facial Soap. Washing with Kexona Soap /ir.-st takes away all impurity and dirt, then .Wiens Ihe .skin cells and ads as a tonic upon the cuticle, so that the elasticity is strengthened, and the result jjives the soft bloom of health tha...
KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
KILMANY (From Our Own Correspondent) The Kilmany settlers have formed an Association, called the 'Kilmany Progressive League," and will meet at the State-school monthly. At their first meeting they elected their res pective officers :-Chairman, Mr W. Davis j treasurer, Mr O'Connell; lion, secretary, Mr D. Hopkins; commit .tee, Messrs II. Fixter, J. AshtoD, Dawc, Westrop, Goodman, and Schultz. The object ol the League is to watch the interests of the settlers in general, and also to try an introduce a social and mutual feeling among the new settlers. After discussion on some matters in regard to the land settlement question, etc., Councillor T. Kenevan was in troduced to the meeting by the chair man. Cr Kenevan had comc along so that ho might have the opportunity of meeting the settlers and to explain the position in winch the Uosedale Sliire siood with ti e Closer Settlement Bo.ird, in regard to making the roads, etc. lit: yavua llioiouj;!, ""&lt;J prualial explanation of th...
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.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
CORRESPONDENCE [?Whilst this column ia always opon for froo discussion on public topics, oto, wo do Dot liold ourselves rosporiBibln for any opinions oppressed by tho writers oftbo lottors.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-Referring to Mr Andrew New man's letter in your issue of the 6th inst, I would crave your space to make a few rematks. Your correspondent regrets that my letter, with which he ?deals, bristles with many mis state ments that would take too much space to correct. Yet he takes up a good deal of your space and does not succeed in correcting anything. Neither Mr Newman nor the whole of the Socialist Party can refute the statements which I put forward. This question of Pre ference to Unionists is a question affecting not 2,000 nor 40,000, but over a million of adult workers and of these about 433,000 are Unionists. Now it should be plain to the weakest intellect that if the Government of the Commonwealth afiirm the principle and enforce it in the Government depart m...
GOLF ROSEDALE v HEYFELD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
GOLF ROSEDALE v HEYFELD A very enjoyable game was played on the Heyfield links last Saturday. The result of the match was in doubt till the last hole was played, and finally Heyfield won by 4 aces. Following are the scores: ROSEDALE HEYFIELD holes aces h. a. T. Umphelby 2 3 J. Cummins o o H. L. Keys 1 3 A. Bethras o o J. S. -Lester sq. S. Henerson sq. J. M'Evoy o o W, Johnson 1 3 J. Lunney o o J, P. Tulloch 9 5 G. M'Kenzie o o R, Warren 7 5 T. Kelly 2 3 A. Cummins o o Total 5 9 Total 17 13 The return match will be played on the Rosedale links next Saturday. The Secretary's trophy was won by T. A. Umphelby, who finished 1 up on bogey. G.Lewis, who finished square, was runner up. Last Thursday, the ladies played for a trophy presented oy the President. The scores on the whole were very poor. Miss I. Douglas was the winner, with I23-32-91 a°d Miss G. Rintoull second with 116-24-92.' On Friday the ladies play for a trophy presented by Mr J as Steel Lester. There was some close scoring i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
For Cliest Weaknesses in Young and Old, give NEIFOLINE, -or Ohallman's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Glycerophosphates it is invaluable | CH&LLMAN, Chemist, Traralgoa Tf cult, torn, fcrnlict, «n1di, flapped traad«, chalior*, cold »ore».ciz:nt. (ad all Irrlitiiof and diiraatd condition* ot tlx »Vio. Zam-Bul It free bulb from raodd IiIj lad mineral p^itua Cwioj mid# L. eel/ .( (be ettraefs fros rar« b««(In( ptiali. ffj 3 l"l 19 kUbc4 that lb&lt; iWit» it at Kg ooca aerf ttttht* a hralltilcr lose, ftaibiaf It 10 bCAiiaj. looibiof. asd pvra ar ao bltklr )0tf miy rub lan.Uok la i» rub all pain, diui*e, *cd InJiailoo ouL ?Bold &lt;»t oil rhmuf* fl'id itorrt &lt;it I/O j trie;/ l#U«, 3/tf (((.ntaiNiaa nmrly four ua much) ., «ta# Vht fi" War War SLAUGHTER IN PRICES GREAT BARGAINS in aii GIassware Crockery Silverware Leather Goods Stationery Perfumes, etc., AT L. J. Ridg way's Corner HOUBS ROBEDALE Those Suffering from Chronic Colds Pulmonary Complaints Shoul...
ROSEDALE GOLF CLUB'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 August 1914
ROSEDALE GOLF CLUB'S PROGRAMME August 14-Mr Jas Steel LeBter'a ttopby for ladies. August 15-Matob with Heyfield at RoBedale. August - 19-Hod. E. Oroobe's trophy for men. AuguBt 20-Mr F, J. M-Cartby'a trophy for ladies. August 25, 26, 27, and 28-Kil many Tournament. September 2-Men's Bogey H'oap. September 8-Mr T. Kelly's tropby for ladies. September 10 and 11-Traralgon Tournament. September 16-Men's Bogey Handi cap. 8-ptember 17-Ladies' Doubles. September 23-Mr Widdia'a tropby for men. September 24-Hon. E. J. Orooke's trophy for ladies. October 7-MrT. A. Umphelby'a tropby for men.