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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 January 1914

.RU'ES AND OARRAJUNO AND DKNISOK ADVOCATB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, January 80tb, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel irom 10 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Please make an appointment with Mr C. B. Troof, dentist, of Sale. Phone 25. Cr John Widdis was absent from the council meetiog on Monday in constquence of having recently under gone a severe operation, from which we are glad to leain on enquiry that he is recovering. He is. in St. Helen's Private Hospital, Sale, under ihe care of Dr Hagenauer. Whose Back Is It ? A local coun cillor was heard to remark at the dinner table on Monday that he was going to protest BgainBt being kept waiting for the "mid day packing,'' through the council continuing on with the business after the appointed dinner hour. "My back w»3 BO weak for the want of dinner," he said, "that I coujd hardly walk down from the hall." The boat trip to Cunninghame next Wed...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Church Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 January 1914

Ohuroh Services. CATHOLIC CIIURCU. Roeodnlo 11. kIIURCH OF ENGLAND Rosodnlo. 11-and 7.80 Gormandalo 2 80, WillunR 11. PRESBYTERIAN CHUHOH Rosodnlo 11 and 7.80 N&mbrok 3, Flynu'a Crook 2.80. Denison 7.80

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS THEO. B. LITTLE AND CO. Beport: Fat Cattle-A smaller yarding than usual at Stratford ; good attendance of butchers, and everything sold at good prices. Morwell market well supplied, and a good sale. At Sale our peas full; everything disposed ol at prices equal to late rates. We quote: Prime ocwa £6/13/ to £7jloj, good df. to £6 medium sorts from £o/2 , steers £4/17/. Store Cattle-Some nice lines in at Stratford, which sold well. A large yarding and particularly brisk sale at Morwell. Store bullocks, and cows and steers very scarce, and good I enquiry. Forward springers £6 to £6 10/, others from £5/2/6, lines of 2 to i 3 year old steers £4., 2-yeai old beiters ; £2/18/6, heifera in oalf £8/19/, store ] cows in low condition £3/10/, poddies i to 24s. Morwell particulars not to i hand. i Sheep-Generally email yardings at 1 the weekly sales. Prices firm for all i olassea. Good enquiry for breeding i ewes and for wethers, and we have sold i a number of ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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AGED LADY Derived Great Benefit from Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment for Rheumatism [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

AGED LADY Derived Grent Beuefit from Com1 stock'a Nerve nnd Bono Lini ment for Rheumatism ! Tbe powerful, penetrating qualities of Comgtock's Nervo nod Bone Lini ment noting through the skin on the delicate nerves and musoles was never more foroibly illustrated than in a letter from a lady describing the great bentfit her aged.mother had received from its use, for Bheumatio Pains. Miss A. Mantle, of Eastern Terrace, Queens town, Otago, N.Z., writes : "I have pleasure in stating that my mother (Mrs Alautle) has received great "benefit from your very valuable Liniment for Rheumatism, after trying many others, and receiving more pain than benefit iD the Jasfrf 40 yeare. It is thdvonly one that" has really done good, and she is now telling it to everyone she meets. My moiber has suffered much for many years, being now 74- years of age, and is in better health than I have seen her for many years, for which1 I have to give you many thanks, and hope to see Com stock's Nerve and Bone Linime...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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PROSPECT RESERVE Ninety Mile Beach, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

PROSPECT RESERVE (From Our Oirn Correspondatt) J Ninety Mile Beach, Tuesday Large as tne attendance is at present at this favorite seaside resort it will be considerably increased during the next three or four weeks. Families are here now from Traralgon, Rosedale, Carra jung, Tinamba, Heyfield, Biiagolong, Sltatford and Maffia. They have their tents pitched along the south-west end of the reseive and all appear to be enjoying themselves. It is the first time many of them have been here, and although they had heaid of the place they had no idea it possessed so many advantages. They never ex peeled to find a reseive, upwards of 200 acres in extent, wiih free grass for their horses, and an abundant supply of fresh water at the tanks, and a store where they can purchase supplies when they ran out. The teacher, Miss Pattison, sent up by the Education Depariment to open a school a Prospect for the benefit of the campaigners' children, arrived yesterday. This is a great boon, and a la-gs n...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE RIFLE TOONGABBIE From Our Own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

THE RIFLE TOONGABBIE From Our Own Correspondent. ' The final shoot for the Hodder trophy was fired off at Tooi'gnbbie on the 17tli inBt., nnd resulted in B. Russell winning the trophy, a solid leather riile cover. W. Ii. Guyatt was second, and won a ball-bearing cleaning rod, donated by the club. Conditions-10 shots and two shelters optional, at 300, 5C0 and 600 yards. The following are the scores, with handicap included : .'100. 500. COO. Total R. Russell 17 50 43 140 "\V. H. Guyatt +0 4G 45 131 . "W.H.E. Goodwin 11 4G 43 130 F. H. Payne 10 47 39 12G M. G. Nippe 41 45 36 122 A. P. Molden 37 42 38 112 J. W. Gales (Capt)35 86 37 108 John Hilsly 24 43 41 108 A. R.T.Goodwin 28 31 42 101 A. T. Guyatt 38 43 (retired) 81

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ALL SORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

ALL SORTS Says tlio "Mercury" :-"Mr M O'Connor, stationmaeter of Snlfii ibis week landed a perch weighing 71b. Soz. from tbo Thomson River, near the l'leuro Paddock. The fish was exhibited in Sale as a record, bub Mr Chas. Stowart, now of Rosedale, formerly wilh the firm of English and Peck, landed a perch weighing 8Jlb. many years auo. Thfl latter fiah was weighed iu Mr Hutchison's grocer's shop in Sale." The "Journal' says :-Mr G._ H. Marsh, butcher, informs us that just before Christmas he purchased a num ber ot fat lambs from Mr Robt. Draffin of Cullignee. They were the best Jambs he hag had for some time. Though only five months old, some of them weighed GOlbs, and the average was 45lbs. They were all Shiopshires. In the same paddock were a number of Lincoln lambs, but compared with the Shropshires they were in poor con dition. This demonstrate the eminent fitness of the Callignee country for the Shropshire sheep. Mr Draffin had I about 200 ewes and 150 lambs on the I property,...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

COURIER OFFICE FOU JOB PRINTING Temporary Loans TO BANK CLERKS, RAILWAY EMPLOYES, GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, and the PUBLIC Generally. Bills Discounted Daily. FROM £1 TO £500. Apply to "SECRECY," G.P.O. Sale. Striot Secrecy. raightf Uly what they say. (liu Pills must cure your Haekache, bladder, Kidney t>r L'rinaryTnmble>, or we arc obliged to refund your money. They must cure, or your money will be cheer-"' fully Voti are to Le the judge and jury. 1 Your word will he accepted as finalj.,', ; . vill he refunded without quibble i; <irr **.yg»iment of iriu'-kind if Ciiii P/lls do not effect Consider what this method of doing '? ->i is'that we have positive knowledge ol : properties of Gin Hlls. 111 lis tlml Clii I'ills"wil!'ciiVe 'A cnWi ol i:;tjcka.che, Kidney, bladder or Urinary Troubles ">i:t'of every 1WJ. AVe know that-know it positively. It also means that we have a large faith in the .? h imbed whu ha »mi Mere 1 i lie tormeiii,.! <i( Kidney, Isla-lue...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatierson, dentist, will visit itosedale on Friday, January 30th and may be consulted at the Exohange Hotel from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. wi,J' P°y you to linvo a talk with Mr 0. B. Trood, dentist, Sulc. The theremometer registered 100 in tbe shade at Rosedale on Saturday. The State schools resumed work on luesday, mush to the relief cf manv parents. J j It is reporte 1 that a detective em ployed to inquire into tbe fire in Mr Johns' wheat crop at DeaisOD, found a rag ID theoentre of the paddock which had apparently been keroaened. Entries for the Rosedale races close on Monday next, 2nd February. The Traralgon Racing Club made a Profit of over £ 150 on their meeting held on the Sth inst. Howover, the balance includes the receipts from tbe sale of members' tickels, which covers , admission to the Easter meeting, so really speaking half the ticket money (£94) should he credited to the Easter meting, which reduces the apparent profit on the January meeting. I The "Jou...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE STATE AND THE FARMER HANDLING OF WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

THE STATE AND THE FARMER HANDLING OF WHEAT Most people realise in a general way that to at least three States, Victoria, N.S.W. and S Australia wheat growing is a vitally impouant matter. Com paratively few, however, have gone at all carcfully in to the figures or know how much the cost of marketing ailects. and must affect, the area under culti vation. According to the report of the Royal Commision which considered the question, the price of wheat has during the last ten yeats varied from 2/9 to 4/2 per bushel; when the latter price is paid the farmer can afiord to pay for bags and for out of date methods of handling, but when the lower price rules the cost of marketing under utterly out of dale methods is ruinous. The report of the Royal Commis sion says that the cost of bags is from 6d to 7d, that the cost of handling them is a big item and that the usual method of weighing them is quite un jatisfactory. It adds, what all who are interested in the subject know, that the provision...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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FIRE AT ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

FIRE AT ROSEDALE As the people were comiog out of the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday evening at the conclusion of Stag paole Family's entertainment they were startled at seeing a big flare up in the west end of the town towards the Backwater. It was found that it was the house occupied by Mr A. Bridges that was alight, and Mr Bridges and his wife and child were at the entertain ment unaware of the fact that their house was on fire. Those who first noticed the outbreak stale that it started in the front portion of the dwelling. Mr Bridges and his wife went to the'concert earlier in tbe even ing and left Mr Bridges senior asleep in one of the back rooms of the house. The elderly gentleman was awakened at about 10.20 p.m. by the crackling sound and smoke issuing from tbe front apartments, and luckily, too, for him as the whole place burst into flames a few minutes later. He at once shonted for assisiance and a number of willing workers were eoon on the spot, but owing to the hold the fire ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

SUFFERED AG DNY WITH HEAD ACHKS "I highly recommend Chamberlain's Tab lets to anyone who suffers from headaches," says Mrs M. K. Berry, Marlborough Koad, Victoria Valley, Tasmania. UI suffered agony with hcadaches and tried almost everything. Nothing did mc any ^ood until a friend recommended Chamberlain's Tab lets and they soon put me right again. Now I wcutd not be without a box of Chamber lain's Tablets in the house." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale.

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AN ESSAY ON SCOTLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

AN ESSAY ON SCOTLAND The following is said to be a school boy's essay on Scotland "Scotland is a wee braw land on the north of England. It has wa'er nearly all round it, and whisky over, a large part of .it. The population is 4J millions, including Mr Andrew Car negie. It possesses considerable mineral wealth, but very little cf it finds iis way out of the country. Gold has beeD discovered in certain parts of the country, as well as, in the pcckets of certain natives, but in boll) cases it has been proved difficult to work. The best known exports from Scotland are Harry Lauder and Scotch whiskey, though sufficient of the latter is kep: in the country to satisfy the needs of home consumption. The national dress of Scotland is the kil', a sort of short petticoat. In pattern it resembles a chessboard, though in cold weather it resembles a draught board. It is believed to have been originally invented because the aborigines were unable to find trouseis tig enough to get their feet throu...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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CRICKET ROSEDALE v. TRARALGON [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

CRICKET ROSEDALE v. TRARALGON An all day match was played at Traralgon on Monday last between teams from the Rosedale and Traralgon clubs. Both sides were strongly represented but owing piincipally to the bad slate of the wicket the scoring was low throughout. Rosedalo win ning by 43 runs. Tyler secured 13 wickets I or 47 and Wallace S for 36. The Rofedale players were royally entertained by the home team and a most enjoyable day was spent. Trara gon play the return match at Rosedale on 5th February. Following are tho scores : ROSEDALE First Innings Tyler, not out ... ... ... zo Keys, c Ryan, b Hunt ... ... o Wallace, c Ryan, b Hunt ... 1 Uniphelby, c and b Milligan ... 23 Rowlands, c Ryan, b Haganeur... 1 Walter, c Ryan, b Haganeur ... o Anderson, b Ryan ... ... 4 M'Evoy, b Ryan... ... ' ... 17 Gould, b Milligau - o Mooney, b Ryan... .jo Kenyon, b Ryan ... ... ... 21 Gadsden, b Ryan...' ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... 16 .Total ... ... ... 87 Second Innings Tyler, c and b Milligan ... ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

Commonwealth JfeBanh of Hustralta HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Thlt Ruik l< opan for til clutu of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS «t EQUITABLE BUILDINQ, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio »t Sj-dnajr, C.nb.rr., Adelaide, I'.rth, Hob.rt, llri.b.ne, lto.:kh«mpton, Town.rille, .ml London. °*bl%T,'.t!rC7 *n,,! '!"«.,-lr»-n on foreict. direct. Foreiirn bill. n.fotLt.,1 ..d SK n J- C,1 i' *"r I'"1 "llu nesoiut.d or forw.rdad lor .Jim IT I, I,ni?-lnsi,n E<'-lllnK* o1 evarjr d.xjription translated within the Common n I 'I1'0*'1' .ccouot. opened. Interact p.id on B"d Jtpo.it.. Adrance* nude *ppro?t<t aecurltUi. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offlc* : 317 COLLINS OTnCCT, MELBOURNE Bunchea In the .lion rid., ,"d 2,000 Ar«ncl«« it I'o.v Offl,.,, throuihout th» Comr.mnw.nHh. D.po.lt. from I/- to £100. lntor..t at 3'/ par annum. Dapoalta or Withdrawals maj b» m.d. «t »nj Rr.nch or Afencr within the Commonwealth JAUEH KKI.l. Ii.nit cinv.H.io., Janttcry, 191!.. llKMSON MII.I....

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AD CREE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

AD CREE Silas Snell writes : "Well, Tonald, hoo did ye appreciate Maister Cree and an', his bonnie ohiel tha ither niclit ?" IJ 'Mon alive, Sandy," wisn't they just gran'? Fu'o'wit an'humor, and sic gran'sirfgers. It wis jist like liein'in heeven. Their deleeneations o' Scot tish character were jist beriulifu.' Mon alive, but there's nae music or pooetry to compare wi' tha auld Scotch sangs and .ballads, what wi'Burrns au'a'tha rest o't.' 'Aye, but Sandy's Courtship and Tha* Propoosal was done fine an', no mistak. Did ye see Sandy Colville laugnin' wi' tha tears runnin' doun his cheek ? But Tonald. how. would ye hae liked 'Tha Land of the Leal,', or that soul stirrin' sang 'Scot's Wha Hae,' wi' tha bagpipes ; or hae ye oty favorite?' 'Weel, I dunno. For musio an' fire an' gran' singin' I'm nae sae sure I dinna prefer Scot's Wha Hae.' It rooses a mon like, and..brings sae ta speak tha whole heestory o' the Heilan's la one's mind's eye fra tha time since Wallace fout. But for soul sca...

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KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

KILMANY (From Our Own Correspondent) After a few very trying days a thunderstorm on Sunday evening brought about a delightful change and 27 points of rain were registered up to Monday morning, and a further fall o! 40 points on Wednesday made the fall for the month 92 points. The settlers here are very disap pointed at the failure of the beei crop again this year and there is talk of a number leaving unless the clause is removed from the lease. 1 think the one thing needed to ensure success on the estate in daiiying as well as other things is irrigation and the sooner the Government realise this, the sooner the beet factory will be a success. With out irrigation it is impossible to grow sugar beet. One or two of the settlers are busy ploughing for oats for winter feed, and intend to sow in about a fortnight's time. . The Minister of Agriculture is to pay the district a visit and ii is to be hoped he will personally.inspect the beet plots and have a personal interview with each indtv...

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BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK Eight Months' Fearful Leg Ulcers. Limb Saved by Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK Eiglit Months' Fearful Lrg Uloers. Limb Saved by Zam Buk As the outcome of a simple accident -u knock on tbe leg-Mr VV. E. Brown, of Dnrbam Street, Auckland, H.Z, was crippled with ilesb-eiting ulcers for eight months. Telling how tbe limb was made quite strong and sound by Zam-Buk's beating, Mr Brown says :-"Through knocking my left againBt tbe edge of a box I oue day buret a varicose vein. A atream of blood gusbed out, and it was some time before I oould stop the outflow. Soon afterwards tbe wound became angry-looking and ulcerous, and caused great pain. "I laid up and risted the limb, but it was no Us>e, for tbe bad place got worse and worse, and terribly inllamed. Then the treatment of a medical man was tried, but it failed 10 bring any improvement. For eight, months I was in fearful torinem. Tbe inflam mation spiead, tbe uloers got deeper -and bigger, and tbe leg was swollen enormously. "1 had often heard of Zam Buk so at laafc I decided to try it. I ex...

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"AND THE CAT CAME BACK" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

"AND THE CAT CAME BACK" - --» We mentioned recently in pur columns where a cat belonging to Mrf C. I. Du Ve was taken to Melbourne and found its way back to old haunts within a few weeks. The paragraph found its way into the Melbourne "Herald," whose poet writes thus: Oh, Melbourne town's a fine town, with ships'in'the'bayV ''' , And Marseilles tiks to gambol on, with other cats at play, And sewer-rats and rubbish bins and many a garden wall, But town life is not my life-I'm weary of it all. I cannot bear the Melbourne cats-a / caterwauling push! I want to tun the rabbit'in the distant i Gippsland bush: The butcher tries to pet me, and the milkman tries to coax, But I would earn my living, same as " other folks, It's back again to Rosedale-it's there that I would be, To stalk amid the dewy grass the bird upoa the tree : For City life's too easy when its spent upon a mat The Gippsland bush is calling to me, a Gippsland cat. I'd speDd a year in Melbourne town and never use my claws I'...

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THE SPINELESS CACTUS CUSTOMS OFFICERS' RAID [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

THE SPINELESS CACTUS CUSTOMS OFFICERS' RAID At Rochester last week, Customs officers, accompanied by a police oflicer, seized tho consignment of spineless cacius plants brought to Australia a few weeks ago by an American land seeker from California. After interviewing the owner of the cacius at Bamawm, where he is working, the party returned to Rochecter, and took possession of the plants, which had been pn pg led in tins, and had made fine growth. It seems tl at Eome mistake was made in allowing the plants into Victoria under the Noxious Weeds Act. The settler acted quite openly. The cactus plants are alleged to pass through by an error of the shipping agents' carrier with the settler's luggage. The consignment seized is the true Burbank spineless variety, secured after great trouble by the settler, who worked for two years on Mr Burbank's Santa Rosa nurseries to get experience belore coming to Australia. ' Other American land seekers would have secured samples of the spineless cac...

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