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PROPOSAL TO WIDEN ITS POWERS THE NEEDS OF GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
PROPOSAL TO WIDEN POWERS THE NEEDS OF GIPPSLAND Out of the activities of Gippsland Shires and Boroughs Development Association (he Country Roads Board was evolved. The Gippsland As sociation. recopnising the good woik i hat is being pcrfonned by the Roads Board now seeks to widen the powers ( f the lioard, so that it-may lake over the control of subsidiary main,' cross and side reads in Gippsland district. At the instigation of Mr Mackey, M.L.A., a con/eience of municipal 1 edits interested in the proposal was called, and a meeting held in the Municipal Association's rooms, Collins stteet, Melbourne, on Friday, was at tended by representatives -fiom ten shires. There are in Gippslandiivcnty | municipal bodies that are affected or will be aflecied if the desired alteration of powers is brought about. The Chairman (Mr H, A. Cope land, "Warragul) said it was generally recognised that a lot had been done for Gippsland through the operations of the Country Roads Board, but it was desired...
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD COUNCILLORS CONFER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD COUNCILLORS CONFER At Ihe conclusion of the general Municipal Conference on Thursday, a number of delegates rEniained behind for the purpose of discussing ihe work and policy of ihe Country Roads ' l>oard. Cr Adams (President of the Shire of Newborn and Woodend) occu pied the chair. Cr Donovan (Newham and Wood end) moved :-' That a deputation wait upen the Minister for Public Woiks, and urge u| on him the necessity for having the Country Roads Beard Act amended to embody in it the main feature of the Act lately passed in Great Britian, in which a much greater measure of Independence is secured to the municipalities." Mr R. B. Brennan (secretary cf the Shire of Strall.fieldsaye) said that, judging from the expressions made oil the previous day, a great deal of mis apprehension existed as to the attitude ot the municipalities, firstly, towards the Roads Board, and, secondly, to wards motor traffic. Everyone recog nised that motors were a sign of ad vancement and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
Theo. B. Little &/ Co. Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYflELD. and 457 BOUKKE ST., SI KLBOUKNE Kosedale Sale Friday, Oct. 30 (XOMOKHGWJ mHEO. 13. LITTLE & CO will hold JL their next Sale in Kolly B Yards, on above date, when they will sell 350 Head of Mixed Cattle Acct Owners 20 Fat Cows 1-4 Fr.t Cows 600 Sheep Acct Owners 180 Comeback Wethers, c,ood qualitj 120 Fa-. Wethers, in wool 50 Fat Wethers -tO Fat Ewes yO Fat Evrca BIG YARDING WANTED Further Early Entries Inyited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIEK" OFFICE will bo duly advertised, or may bo made with THEO B. LITTLE 4 CO Traralgon furniture ROSEDALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 THEO B. LITTLE A- CO. win «eii for J. M. Walter, Esq., at the Bank ol Australasia, Rosedale, as above, Directly after the Cattle Sale Quantity of Good Furniture, Including-3 Beds and Bedding, Spring Stretcher, 2 Waahatands, 1 Wardrobe, 2 Chests Drawers, 2 Easy Chairs, Pictures, 3 Gipsy Tables, Dining Table, Snndry Tables, Fenders,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
ruoXE in C. F. Kleine Family lint die r ROSEDALE. Aicont for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, ? Sound Investment ..v;,.... ,, .r. ..Bonuses Annually W. Holloway Expert on Motor Oars9 Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale i PUBLIC NOTICE A NT PERSONS shooting on any portion of the HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this 3ate will ba PROSE OOTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry PAINLESS AND PERFECT By ft Now Method-no pricking of the noodle and no bad after effects. Every body Astonishod. Why no to mon who hurt you, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON ViBltB KOBEDAliB at Eiohonxo Hotel NOVEMBER 6th ALL DAY MrC.JBrunell Trood (Phone No. 25.) DENTIST. RAYMOND_ST., SAU Mr Trood is your Local Dentist. A SET OF TEETH £2 10B. Repairs by Po9t will receive my Best Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. I'UBLIC NOTICE ALL PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosccuted, without respect to persons R. ...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
AND CARRAJUNG, DKXISON AND WILLUNQ GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOBNINO THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 191d LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Totterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, November Gth, and may bo consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Good Grazing Properties Wanted at Once.-R. Farrin Webb, Traralgon. Although the October meeting of the Stratford and Nuntin Racing Club resulted in a loss of about £14, the "Sentinel" says, from a sporting point of view, it was one of the best held in Gippsland for a number ol years. Mrs A. Murren's pony, Lady M., was second to Prefix in the Novelty Pony Race at Ballarat on Friday. Mr D. G. O'Donnell, Labor candi date for South Gippsland, is reported to have withdrawn on account of illness. The State elections are to be held on Thursday, November 26th. Exit the German Band in Sydney. That noisy institution, which has worried every corner of the city three; or four days a week, has lately been ask ing for trouble so regularly that the...
COLDS ON THE CHEST [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
COLDS ON THE CHEST "My little son was a great sufferer from bad colds on the chest, says Mr Gronow, Station-street, Seymonr, Vic. "At times he was so bad that he would be just choking for breath, all I tried for him seemed to give him no relief. I was recommended to trj Chamberlain's Cough remedy and in one night I noticed an improvement. Now I give it to him as soon as 1 see any signs of cold and he is soon alright again. I would not be without a bottle of Chamberlian's Cough Remedy in my home." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
A WALLABY RAID [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
A WALLABY RAID I i On Saturday, says the Traralgon "Record," Inspector M'Donald and Constable Phillips made a raid on several places for the purpose of detecting anyone having wallaby skins illegally in their possession. The resulL was that they "bagged" no less than 52 skins. At one place 30 were found, at another 17, and five at a third place visited. The police took possession of the skins, and the owners will no doubt be called upon to give an explanation regarding them in the near future.
VICTORIAN STATE SCHOOL PATRIOTIC LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
VICTORIAN STATE SCHOOL PATRIOTIC LEAGUE The Victorian Stato School Patriotic League, comprising tho thousands of State Schools, and tons of thousands of school children of Victoria, arc working moat aucoesBfully on definite lini?B, to render monetary assistance to lelief-funds and, to teach practically, something of tho lovo and duty owpd to tho Empire, by all Australian children na well aa adults. Already thousands of girls are at work making shirts, socks, nightingales, acarvea, cholera-belts, &c., for use in hospital or at the. fiont. llecontly, tho Hon. the Minister (Mr T. Livingston) and tho Director of Education (Mr Frank Tate, M.A., l.S.O.) visited the St. Kilda Park school. Ooo of tho large rooms was packet with war material-"A veritable warehouse of underclothing aod haber dashery," remarked Mr Tate. Both wore touched and interested with tho messages tho children had sent on the garments, otc. Cuffs and Balaclava helmets had tho namo of the giver, nni some measnga l...
NEVER HESITATES TO RECOMMEND THEM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
NEVER HESI'I ATES TO RECOMMEND . THEM "My daughter suffererd with indigestion :and tried many medicines without getting relief," writes Mrs E. J. Osbornu, Spensley St., Clifton llill. "Having Chamberlain's Tablets in stock 1 advised her to try them, which she did, getting immediate relief. 1 ?take Chamberlain's Tablets myself, and find they ate the best medicine of their kind that is possib'e to get." Sold by John Williams, KosedaW.
MISTAKEN FOR RABBIT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
MISTAKEN FOR RABBIT At the Maffra Court on Friday, the charge against a young man, named John Thomas Clarke, for having shot with intend to kill Roy Barber, oc cupied most of the day. Superinten dent Fowler prosecuted, and Mr Rice appeared for the defence. The defence was that Clarke mistook Barber's head for a rabbit. As no motive was alleged by the injured man and other witnesses, the Bench, without hearing evidence for defence, discharged accused. On another charge, of having carried fire arms on Sunday, Clarke was fined £l
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
>\ Rflr. CharScs Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years i has filled an important position in | the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. i Company, writes this Setter, which other officials can confirm, to This is a Document of special interest to all railway and tramway men. 42 Bladen Street, East Brunswick. 2/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "It was the end of December, 1911, that 1 caught cold and ..was laid up with pleurisy, which became very serious. The doctor thought it advisable to consult with another physician regarding my illness. For three days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUCH TAKING THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN THE LAND OF THE LIVINC TO-DAY. He advised my Wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. ' THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' I am convinced that when he said, ' Lifo in Clements Tonic,' they were THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I am sure that I would have been in my last resting place only for that grand medicine. My ...
STATE POLITICS THE COMING ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
STATE POLITICS THE COMING ELECTIONS (By J. M'Master, Essendon) . ..Tow.ar?s end- of next month , Victoria has to elect a new Legislative ... Assembly, and if the right men are to be returned Liberals must exert them selves he limes. Those Liberals who fancy that they .can afford to take the State contest as a dress parade, inevitably ending in the triumphant return of Sir Alexander Jreaccck and his supporters, cannot be too soon undeceived. There is no reason to suppose that Labor will secure a majority in the next Parlia ment. There is every reason to fear that it will increase its strength. In the metiopolition area certain muni cipal issues, the taking over cf the tramways, the legislation re the Gas Company and so on will determine thousands of votes. A section of ihe Melbourne electors are dissatisfied with what has been done, quite unjustly blaming Sir Alexander Peacock and his colleagues, and the "Age" is fan ning (heir indignation. It is well that country electors should bea...
LAID-UP WITH ULCERS Crippled Limbs Made Sound by Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
LAID-UP WITH ULCERS Crippled Lrrnba Made Sound Zam Bilk Whet) through a knock, bruise or varico'e 'veins the skin tissues break down and slough away i> to ruuoing seres and ulcere, Zam Buk is the one bealtr to cleanse the diseased parts, Bub luo burning pain and inflammation, and promote soun3, permanent liealing with healthy new skin. "My husband, who is a driver," says Mrs M. Elliot, of 12 Bsillie-etreefc, North Melbourne, "knocked his legs whilst suffering from varicose veiDs. Soon after he was going though awful agony from ulcers. His limbs were fearfully inflamed and swollen, while the pain was terrific. My husband got worse and worse, an] at last he be came so crippled that he had to lay up. We tried all sorts of remedies, includ ing those tho doctor prescribed, but nothing brought any relief; in fact, theuloera beoame wotse and the paia increased. "He then commenced using Zam-" Buk, carefully dressing the open sores with this grand b»!m. The results were pleasing, for Zam ...
ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING A FARM LAD'S ADMISSION Trafalgar, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 October 1914
ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING A FARM LAD'S ADMISSION Trafalgar, Monday. In connection with the attempt made to wreck the 430 p.m. train to ?Sale, near Trafalgar, on 19th inst., an arrest has been effected. Constable Tatchtll, of Trafalgar, early this morning went to Mr M'Donne l's farm, some miles from Trafalgar, and taxed a lad named Leonard William Marlin with the deed.- At first the boy strong ly denied the charge, but eventually he made a full confession. He said his objict was "to see how far. a cow catcher would carry the obstacle." He was admitted to hail in two sureties of .£25, to appear at the children's court on 12th November. Martin is 16 years o'd. v.
A WAY WITH SOME WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
A WAT WITH S011E WOMEN. Jonw: "How is your wife this morn ftrown : " Vory happy, indocd I thank you." Jones: "Why, I hoard flhe w&lt;ia Buf fering from a Tory bad cold." Brown: " Oh, yes, she haa a bad oold, but she's not suffering. You sec, some time ago sho bought a bottle of cough mixture at a sale, and »h« was beginning to despair of erer having a chanoo to use it.
WHY NOT TELL ME? [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
WHY NOT TELL ME? Cyril ww sitting at tho Uble play ing with a salt-collar, and in * care leas moment dropped it, und spilt the cont&lt;mta. His father, rather provoked at the child's carelessness, said, "There, I know you would do it." Tho little eyebrows went up, and quick as a fU/ih camo tho astonishing answer; "How carelem of you not to tell me."
A LITTLE MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
A LITTLE MISTAKE. Wo nil of us make mistakes at time^ but this was a very awkward on©. Th&lt; gentle Elsie sits dreamily in the gloam ing in the front room. Sho is rerj miserable, for on the previous night sho had words with her own. and now she fears her haughty Harold will no! call. She hoars a stop, a ring,' a roic4 ..-ho knows, and someone is speaking U the servant in the hall. She will not wait until a li^ht ia brought, but gently calls " Come in !" The visitor enters, and. with a sigh of awful volumo, the fair Elsie casts herself into his arms and softly murmurs, " Oh, my darling, I'm so glad you're como. I haro so wanted to make it up and settle." And ho of the embraco remarks, 14 Well, misfl, it's very nieo of you, and I'm rtry Klad. too, that- you're going to settle up at last." It was the dressmaker's collector.