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THE GUN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 September 1914
THE GUN Results of th'e shooting match held at Rosedale yesterday afternoon are as follows^:- _ Sparrow Sweeps ist.-T. J. Kelly, 5 kills. 2nd.-"James" and J. Allen divided, 5 kills. 3rd.-T. J. "Kelly, 7 kills. 4th.-T. A. Umphelby, 11 kills. Sih Outright Trophy.-T. J, Kelly. Clay Pigeon Sweeps ist.-T. A. Umphelby, 3 breaks. 2nd.-T. A. Umphelby and T. J. Kelly divided, 3 breaks. 3rd.-A. W. Bowman, 4 breaks. 4th.-T. A. Umphelby and J. Fryatt divided, 3 breaks. 5th.-T. A. Umphelby and J. Allen divided, 3 breaks. 6th.-T. A. Umphelby and J. Allen divided 3 breaks. 7th.-J. Allen, 3 breaks.
AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 September 1914
AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE Whatever bold assertion can do for a porty will be i-ccomplisbcd by tbo Labor manifesto issued by Mr I'isber a lew days ago. In it. the Loader of the Opposition asks some rhetorical questions. To whom is it duo that Australia can at short notice send '20 000 men, lulty equipped to fight tbo baitles of tbe Empire ? To whom is it due that the Commonwealth has tbe most powerful nntl nflective rmvy In the Pacific, excluding only .fapan s . And to those questions, Mr Fisher, re plies in the daring words : "To the Labor Party alone these things arc dU,To this vaunt Mr Cook has answered in detail, showing how in 1909 Mr Deakin offered the Empire a dread nought, or such addition to its naval strength as may be determined after consultation at Naval and Military Con fer'nee in London. He shows bow later in the same year, Mr DeaUm arranged by cable for the construction of an armored cruiser of the Indefatig- j able type, and of 8 unnrmored cruisers of the improved Bristol ...
SENATE CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 September 1914
SENATE CANDIDATES The following are the Victorian Senate candidates : LIBERAL Mr J. Hume Cook Mr W. H. Edgar Senator J. II. M'Coll Mr W. J. M'Lean Mr S. Mauger Mr W. A. Trenwith' LABOR Senator Russell Senator Barker , v Senator Barnes Senator Blakey Senator Findley Mr A. N. M'Kissock Polling Day- 5 th Sept. [G. C. Carlson, Lyons-street, RoaedaleJ The constant drip of water Wears away the hardest stone ; The constant gnaw of Towser Masticates the toughest bocc: The constant cooing lover Carries off the blushing maid ; Aud the constant advertiser Is the man who gets the trade.
A POUND IN THE PENNY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 September 1914
A POUND IN THE PENNY ID bad time we have ofteu enough beard of on aasianed or u. bankrupt I estate paying a Pinny in tbe Pound, [ But what price an investment which pays a Pound in the Penny ? That was tbe pleasaDt experience of a Bris bane lady who sent a letter one fine day down to tbe Secretary, Eight Hours Art UnioD, Sydney, enclosing One Shilling. Then she went on with her work and her recreation forgetting all about her investment, until-on another fine day-she woke up to find herself the happy possessor a grand father clock, value £15. It's some time since the writer left school, so he doesn't care to say offhand what per centage this bears to the sfJilling. Ask some of the smart girls and boys who know everything. But that wasn't all ! The lady, encouraged by her success, invested another shilling next year, and she won a diamond necklet and pendant, valne £450. This year she wi'l possibly annex the £850 prize. Her motto-"Excelsior."
AFTER THE POLL TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
AFTER THE POLL TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COUItlKlt'' Happily the Federal elections will be of tbe past before these lines appear in pfinl , happily too they have been con ducted without any material lessening of the kindly feeling, of the mutual confidence so essential in a "reat national crisis. Australians are now free to forget that they arc Liberals or ?Liabontes, to remember only that they are sons and daughters of the Com nionwealtb. And there is much to be cone in the immediate future in which to fail may mean destruction of all we value, and which can be successfully catried through, only if we are a thoroughly united people. That we I are united, the very failure of politicians in either camp to chaw the electors to gatherings at which they dwelt on mere party matters, was proof conclusive. Ihe greater has driven out the less; a grim determination to preserve our national life has temporarily ended disputes as to the better fashioning of the details of that life. Happily both M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
DIDN'T THINK-IT POSSIBLE "I didn't think it possible that such a wonderful mcdicinc as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy could be purchased at such a low price," says Air J. Burgis, Stanley, Vic. "I was attaclccd with severe pain9 in the chest with difficult breathing, but nothing I took relieved the cold. Having Chamberhin's Cough Remedy in stock thought 1 would give .t a trial and got relief at once. I give it to my children and think so highly of it, that I would not be without a bottle on hand." Sold by J« Williams, Rosedalc SLAUGHTER IN I'll I C E S GREAT BARGAINS. In nil - Glassware Crockery Silverware Leather Goods Stationery Perfumes, etc., AT TJ. J. Kiclg way's Corner House ROSEDALE R. J. Cherry! SAIDD&EI3 I(ayii\oi\d Street, SALE TS prepared to MAKE 8ADDjuE8 & HARNESS at. Prices which will defy competition. Repairs neatly executed and promptly attended to. BEST ENGLISH WHIPS AND SPURS always on hand. Country Orders promptly attended to ESTABLISHED 1858 ,33. Bayer ...
NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
FROM VARIOUS SOURCfcS. Who amongst the Indies 1ms not stood, first on one foot and then on another, for a wearying half-hour or more whilst a new frock was being fitted, There is a now invention that lias been patented by a well-known ladles' tailor here that, like the ubiqui tous hairpin, will bo a boon and bless ing to women. The invention con sists of a rubber pneumatic figure, by means of which, if you have one cos tume made by this tailor, you need not go to bo fitted again for any future , frock. For Instance, Mrs. D's pattern is cut, duly fitted and seamed up, and laid away in a cupboard. - Six months later the lady is in Sydney or Ade laide, or up on the station,'and orders a new frock from the tailor. Her pattern is taken out of the cupboard, inflated or blown up like a bicyclc lyre, and the dress is fitted on the pneumatic figure. After using, the air is let out, and the deflated shape Is put away until next time. This new Idea has been tried with great success lately, not...
ELECTION OF SHIRE PRESIDENT, MORWELL HEATED DISCUSSION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
ELECTION OF SHIRE PRESI DENT, MORWELL HEATED DISCUSSION Prior to ordinary business of the local Shire Council being proceeded with at last meeting, the Secretary (Mr Sin clair) slated that the time had arrived for the election of President for the ensuing year, but it would be first necessary to fix the allowance, which last year was ^40. ]"? Cr Radburn moved that the Presi dent's allowance for the ensuing year be the same as last year, viz,, £40. Seconded by Cr Ileesom and car -ried. On nominations for the position of President being invited, Cr Ealla moved, and Cr M'Donald seconded "That Cr Latter be elected President." . There were no further nominations. On being put the motion was duly carried. Cr Radburn was the only one who. voted in the negative, and Cr Kneebone did net vote. Crs M'Dona'd, Dunbar, Heesom, English, Buckley, Edney, Scanlon, ITalla, and Mr Sinclair congratulated Cr Latter on his election. Cr Kneebone said they all knew there had-been a breach among repre sentat...
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS TIIKO. B. Lixtle AND CO. Report: Fat Oattle-At "our Stratford market oa Monday wo yarded 22 bead and dispos'd of the majority. . Prime cows and hoifers sold at lully lato rate?, in ferior sorts were easier. Wo sold prime oows to £9/10/, good do. to ^0/16/, in ferior sorts from £4/12/6, prime light heifers £7/11/ to ^8/10/, light do, at £5/10/. Only light supply forward at Sale. Mr J. Simpson, junr'a prime heavy cows made £12, h s heifers at ^0/7/, accouut other owners light lieifers at £1/10/, cows from Morwell particulars not tohand. Store, Cattle-We had a fair yarding at Stratford on Monday and succeeded in disposing of nearly everything. Young an l store cattle, considering the dry weather, sold well, springers not in demand. Good yaiding at Morwtll on TueBdaj and a fair sale resulted Not many forward at Borough yarie on Saturday. We sold forward spring ers £5 to £6/4/6, springing heilers , £4/5/ to £4/17/, backward do, from £2/10/, store oowb £...
RHEUMATISM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
RHEUMATISM "1 had rheumatism and suffered so much that 1 could not sleep," say Mr B. Rowe, Cosnwall, Tas. ''After three years of suf fering a friend recommended to try Cham berlain's Fain Balm, and before using half a bottl® I was wonderfully relieved. Two bottle removed all pain and now I am quite myself again." Sold by J, William Rosedale
MY MOTHER USED IT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
MY MOTHER USED IT "When only four months old our little baby Frank was attacked with a terrible croupy cold," says Mrs C. J. Smith, Moot wingre Station, Euriowic, N.S.W, "MY motlier having used Chamberlain's Cougf, Remedy for me when I was a child, I at once gave it to my baby and he gotlm* mediate relief. I have adopted as our family Cough Remedy ; it has never failed me once I trust people .iving in the back country as we do, will benefit by our experience and always keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in their homes." Sold by John WillJams> Rosedale, s - - **,Ld ****£">* i r
FEDERAL ELECTIONS POLLING DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
I FEDERAL ELECTIONS POLLING DAY From 8 a.m. to closing time, there was a steady stream of voters to the Rosedale booth. The day was beauti fully line, and, as anticipated the poll was heavier than at the previous election. Several motor-cars were busily engaged iD bringing voters to the poll, and were responsible for gathering in Borne who were reluctant to exercise the franchise. Throughout the day groups of people stood about discussing the situation and the probabilities of the candidates, and at night a large crowd gathered, remaining in the town untii the early hours, anxious to learn the latest re sults. On Saturday the Divisional Return ing Officer (Mr G. W. Terrell) motored around the different booths and found everything working to a nicety. At Rosedale he commented favorably on the geneial arrangements made at the Shire Hall by the presiding officer (Mr Jas. Steel Lester), and stated that the local booth was much more convenient that the one at Sale. When the first count w...
WEAKENED BY DIARRHOEA [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
WEAKENED BY DIARRHOEA c "I had a bad attack of Diarrhoea with . severe pains which made me exceedingly week." says Mr Archibald King, Eskdale, N Z. "1 had been suffering in this way for eight or ten days when a friend recom mended Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and I found it gave me immediate relief; m fact at the end of the first day I noticed a wonderful improvement in myself." Sold by J. Williams, Roscdale
ALL SORTS THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL. Which is Often Forgotten and Neglected. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
ALL SORTS THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL. Which Is Often Forgotten and Ncglcctcd. There is no sort of cartlily affcction that is equal In purity, strength, and unselfishness to that of a mother'!! love; and yet it is a sad but nevertho. less true fact that such love Is often least appreciated, and most easily for gotten. Maybe this is on account of the fact that^It 1B taken so much as a matter of course. In their childhood days, a son and daughter naturally learn to turn to their mother for help and guidance, and as they grow into manhood and womanhood they still as naturally expect her to care for them, and attend to their welfare. But children are not always grate ful for, or even mindful of, the lovo and caro which Is so freely bestowed without asking. When they go out into the world, and perhaps fall vic tims to tho wiles of Cupid, they are apt to neglect and forget the value and greatness of their mother's love, and how much their well-being has rested upon her. They may boast of the...
ROSEDALE DIVISION VOTE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
ROSEDALE DIVISION VOTE At the conclusion of the county on Monday, the following was the position for the Reps. Bennett 431 Wise 275 (Informal 4) For the Senate, the figures were Barker Barnes Blakey Cook Edgar Findley Mauger M'Coll M'Kissock M'Lean . Russell . Treriwith . (Informal 12) 204 211 205 486 493 210 489 490 205 495 220 480
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING PATRONS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
ROSEDAI.E RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING PATRONR Don E, 3. Crooko, M.L.C., Jrb. Bennett, Esq., M.EI.R., T. Livingston, Esq., M.L.A.t J. W. Bowman, Esq., J. Widdis, Esq., and G. M. Davis, Esq. OFFICIALS President-Mr A. W. Bowman Vice-presidcnts-Messrs H. 11. Anderson, J, L. Bowman and H. Bhicl Hon Surgoon-])r H. Haccnnuer . JudRe-Mr T. A. Umphelby Starter-Mr 3. Cairns Handicnppor-Mr A. H. Cox Treasuror-Mr F. 0. Kleine Clerk ol Boalcs-Mr F. Onley Measurer of Ponies-Mr A, Murren Timekeeper-Mr T. M. Linton Clerk of Course-Mr S. Bintoull Hon Secretary-Mr A. Allen Stowards-Messrs H. Sfaie), T. A. Ander son, J. Widdis, A. Murren, H. B. Anderson, T. A. Umphelby and W. Sliiel. The local club's spring meeting was run off on Thursday last, in favorable i weather conditions. There was a very | good attendance, and the special trains from Melbourne, Mirboo North J and Baimsdale weic well patronised. Gae receipts totalled ^69/15/6, book I makers' fees ,£23, and proceeds from I sale of programmes ^13/...
INCORRECT DIAGNOSIS Tonic Prescribed for a Well-known Sydney Man who had Lost Thirty Pounds in Weight— Worms the Cause [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
INCORRECT DIAGNOSIS Tonic Prescribed lor a Well-known Sydney Man who had Lost Thirty Pounds in Weight.- , Worms the Cause The striking cast) of Mr G. B. Hen ton, of 1-1 Sir John Young's Crescent, Sydney, N.S.W., and connected with a well-known George streot wallpaper bouse, illustrates two tbingB: One,that doctors are not infallible, and the otber that adults are troubled with worms just as children are, and that Com stock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets are a most effective remedy for this most unpleasant complaint. The letter of Mr Renton is purely voluntary and freely given, and simply states the facts, which he will at any time con firm. "Some time ago I begun losing weight in an alarming manner." writes Mr iienton, "so much so that I went to see a doctor, who examined me and came to the conclusion it was due to overwork and worry. I continued to lose weight and EO suffer from peculiar internal pBins. I became very anxious at the continued loss ot weight, and thinking I might be goin...
MADE A NFW MAN OF ME [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 September 1914
MADE A NFW MAN OF ME "For some time I suffered with livcfr attacks and biliousness," says Mr I. H. Mathieson, Constable, Havelock, N.Z, "At times I would be quite dizzy, and would hardly know how to walk down the street, Brownlce and Co. advised me to try Cham, berlain's Tablets, which I did. Previously I had tried Dearly everythingand can honest ly say that Chamberlain's Tablets were the only medicine that did me any good and they have made a new man of me." Sold by John Williams, Rosedale