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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD CRITICISED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD CRITICISED At the last meeling of the Morwell Shire Council, letters were received from Shire of Strathfieldsaye and from Conference of Shires in opposition to the administration of the Country Roads Act, and also copy of minutes of conference thereon. Cr Kneebone said he thought a little j discussion on the subject would not be : out of place. Other councils -had not swallowed the Roads Board in a Jump like the Morwell Council, who up to the present had accepted everything the Board had done without demur. He did not care if all (he other coun cillors differed. with him, his opinion was that the Country Roads Board was going to be a curse and a blight instead of a blessing, and their work prove a burden to present ratepayers and to their children'long after they (present ratepayers) were in their graves. ID the Booiaria Riding a contract had been let for 1,300, and another would shortly be let at about ^2,oco. In short about ^4,000 would shortly I be expended, a...
BURNS & SCALDS Smarting Pain and Inflammation— Zam Buk Cures Mother and Daughter [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
BURNS & SCALDS Smarting Pain and Inflammation Zani Buk Cures Mother and Daughter By healing the mother's fearful scalds anil the daughter's burns, Zam Buk hag proved a real friend in the home of Mrs E. M'Donald, of 91 Thomas street, Ultimo, Sydney. "One day, whilst vre were living up at Newcastle," says Mrs M'Donald, "I was on with the cooking, when by some means a big dish of fat caught fire on the stove. The sudden sheet of flame so alarmed me that I upset (be scalding liquid all over my arm?. My dress caught fire, and my skin and flesh got fearfully turnt. In parts where the sinews were drawn up my arms presented a sickening appear ance. "Though I tried remedy after reme dy my fearful injuries went unhealed for six mouths. Then I happened to get a pot of Zam Buk, and the ease it brought was remarkable. Zam Buk soothed away the pain and irritation, and drew all the fierj feeling out of the wounds. As I persevered with Zam Buk the inflammation was thoroughly I got nd of, th...
ROSEDALE'S NEW SCHOOL IS IT TO BE AN EYESORE? [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
ROSEDALE'S NEW SCHOOL . IS IT TO BE AN EYESORE? Our attention has been drawn to.the plans and specifications re remodelling, the local State school. Besides in cluding several unnecessary items and extravagant methods of workmanship, the whole of the new portion of the building appeals as though it were to-be erec ed back to front. Entrance to the main room will be gained through doors leading from a sort of a skilliop affair which will face Prince-street. Why this skillio'n in front ?. Another ticklish job will b& the letting in of windows the full width of-'the north wall in the senior class room. One contractor is of opinion that the building will collapse if this were attempted. However, it is to be hoped the committee will look into the matter and, if it thinks fit, bring same, under the notice of .Mr Liviogston at once, as tenders close almost im I mediately.
NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
NAMBROK From Our Own Correspondent Wo aro suffering from tlio effects of the dry weather, liko most parts of the State, though not 30 bad. Wo have a little crop, in fact a fow will go at least 1.J tons to the acre. Thoro was a largo area under crop, chiefly whont and oats, with a little barley. Dart'a Imperial was tho principal wheat sown. Federation comos next, and a few farmers aro trying the new variety, Yandilla ICing. In some cases oats will probably go 2 tons to tho acre, but birley is not doing too well. 18 points ol rain loll on Saturday night and a good fall within a fortnight would greatly improve prospects. The cropB that wero sown thick and. looked tho best a month ago aro suffering tha worst. Tho poor land is holding oat much hotter than thegood land; the clay . being closer to the surface it holds the moisture better. This is regarded locally as the worst season since Nambrok was cut np for closor settlement. It haB been very busy at the local station trucking chaff. U...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
TENNIS A tennis match between Carrajung and Callignee was played on Gorman dale Court which resulted in a win for the former team. Thanks are dae to Gormandale Club for allowing tho match to take place on their court. Result : - CARBAJU.NO Mr Lucas ilr Langier 1 Mr Russel Miss M. Tyrell 8 Miss Lay Miss Tyrell G Mr L. Wilson MiBs Tyiell 1 Mr Luoas Mias Lay C Miss Tyrell Mies M. Tyrell 0 Mr Lucas Mr Langier 0 Mr LuoaB Mr L. Wilson 5 Mr Russel Miss M. Tyrell 6 Total 42 CALLIGNEE Mr Tanner Mr Richards G Mr Craig Miss Shear G Miss A. Dawson Miss H. Beard 3 Mr Boddioomb Miaa Beard 0 Mr Richards Miss A. Dawson i Miss Shear Miss Beard 0 Mr Tanner Mr Craig (5 Mr Tanner Mr Boddicomb G Mr Tanner Miss Beard 1 Total 88
ROSEDALE SPORTS CLUB GENERAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
ROSEDALE SPORTS CLUB GENERAL MEETING A general meeting of the above club was held last Friday evening. Present: Messrs H.R.Anderson(chair), T. A. Umphelby, A. Allen, J. Lunney, A. Kenyon, T. J. Kelly, C. Stewart, J Cairns and Secretary L. J. Ridgway. Day of Sports Mr T. A. Umphelby moved, Mr A. Allen seconded, that a sports meeting be held on Monday (Boxing Day), December 28.-Carried. Patrons The following were appointed : Hon. E J. Crooke. G. H. Wise, Esq., M.H.R., Crs A. G. Futcher, T. A. Umphelby, T. Kenevan, J. W. Bow man, Esq., A. W. Bowman, Esq., M. Feely, Esq., Geo. Harrap, Esq., C. F. Kleine, Esq.. C. L. Beck, Esq., Chas. Ayres, Esq., Messrs Lord Bros. Office-bearers President-Mr H. R. Anderson (re elected) Secretary-Mr L. J. Ridgway (re elected) Treasurer-Mr G. Carlson (re elected) Committee-Messrs. A. A'len, H. Alien, E. Allen, F. Anderson, T. A.R. Anderson, J. Cairns, \V. Holloway, A. Smith, J. Smith, C. Ayres, J. Ayres, J. Lunney, G. Carlsoo, H. M'Carthy, T. Duck, A. Mur...
TRIED A SAMPLE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
TRIED A SAMPLE "Some years ago I was subject to bilious ness from which I could get no relief," says Mr W. G. Miller, Grocer, Lindfield, N.S.W. "I was given a a sample of Chamberlain's Tablets and a few hours after taking them all traces of bHioumess was completely gone. Whenever there has been a recurrence of the trouble I have got immediate relief from Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J, Wil liams, Rosedale
FLYNN'S CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
FLYNN'S CREEK From Our Own Correspondent A. nice fall of rain occtirrod on Saturday evening, about 27pt« bonis registered.. Landholders wore iu hopes that a good rain wan imminent, but woro doomed to disappointment. Tlio grans is holding out well, but if there is not a goodohango soon tho spring, will be very short. Moat of tho stock ia in fair condition, although nonrly ovoryono is heavily etocked.conBidoring tho fioason. Woo! is again soiling woll, and this ia » matter for congratulation whou tho groat fall in shcop vahios is taken into consider ation. Tho dairying season will bo much shorter than usual. Several properties havoboen lot at high rentals to accommodato stock from tho starving areas. A fair amount of maizo and millet ia. now being sown. llay cutting has com menced, and a fow nico crops will bo cut. Tho Gormundalo and Flynn's Creek tennis clubs mot in friondly competition on Saturday last, when tho former woro victorious. An effort is being mado to liavo sheep trucking...
AN OLD BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
AN OLD BABY. One of the most remarkable charac teristics of Sir Joshua Reynolds was the rapidity with which ho worked. Sir Thomas Lawrcnce, his rirnl, was rer* alow. Orer his portrait of Lady Mox borough and her child he took an uu roascionable time. Promise after pro mlso was made, and at last Lord Mex* borough insisted on fulfilment. " Well." Baid Lawrence, 14 if Lady Alexborough will kindly bring tho baby oncc more, I will really finish." " Well, Sir Thomas," answered hit patron, "my wife will be happy to jfive you another sitting whenever YOU like, but the baby's in the Guardsl"
THEY KEEP ME FREE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
THEY KEEP ME FREE "I used to suffer considerably from indi gestion and liver trouble," says Mr J. Heaily, "Yorkdene," Edenvale-road, Mt.Edcn, N.Z. "Having tried several so called cures with no good effect, I followed the advice of a friend and took a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They gave me'immediate-relief and I was soon rid of indigestion. Now I take them regularly and find they keep me free from my old complaint." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
HAD NEVER HEARD OF ANANIAS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
HAD NEVER HEARD OF ANANIAS " I Bliould like to ask you a question or two," said the old man who sat next to the door in a Seventh Avenue car. " Very well," replied the man ad dressed. " Is there a man in this town named Ananias P" " I never heard of one." " But was there ever such a man any where P" " Yes, I believe there was. He lived 'n olden timoa." "What did he do for a living?" " He spont most of his time in lying, t believe." "In lyingt Waa the old fellow h liarP" " Iho worst kind, IVo heard." " By thunder, then, that explains it. I waa telling somo fellows down by the bridge how many acres of potatoes 1 could dig in a day, and one of them winked and blinked, and said 1 Ananias bad como to town.' He didn't believe mv story ?" " No/ " Took mo for an old liar ?" " Yes." "And wasn't afraid to tell me so!" "No." " Well, what a chump I am. Hf stood right there with his hands down, and I could have knocked him liead Dver-lieels and then outrun the crowd, but I felt tickled over bein...
WITH GOOD CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
WITH GOOD CAUSE). "Goodness!" exclaimed the reporter, looking over his account of tho wedding in the paper, " that bridegroom will be mad when he sees this!" " What's the matter?" asked the sub editor. " He owns an old family estate in the country somewhere, I believe, and he told mo to say 'the young counle will reside at the Old Manse.' Tin ?viper's got it ' Old Man's.' "
Frequently laid up, owing to BILIOUSNESS Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills Effect Speedy Recovery [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
Frequently laid up, owing lo BILIOUSNESS Dr Moree's Indian Boot Pills Effect Speedy Beeovery "BeiDg a sufferer from Bilious at tacks some years ago, and frequently laid up," writes Mrs Lillian Jacobs, of Daaiels-atreet, St. Just, Long Gully, Bendigo, Vic., "I was recommended by my friends to try Dr Morse's Indian Boot Pills, and am pleased to say the headaches that were previously so bad were soon dispelled, and I was able to , carry out my household work. I think Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are really very good for the relief of Biliousness, and have much pleasure in recommending their use to other sufferers."
RULES, BY-LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR "COCKIES" HAVING SHEEP SHORN (Posted up at a shed by a shearer last season) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 November 1914
" ROLES, BY-LAWS REGULATIONS FOR "COCKIES" HAVING SHEEP SHORN (Posted up at a shed by a shearer last season) 1-No cocky shall speak disrespect fully of the (a) A.W.A., (b) the Labor Party, (c) Andy Fisher, (d) the cook, (e) the shearer.', (f) the shed hands. 2-A'l cockies, l;efore coming on the board, shall have their whiskers trimmed, as the shearers consider lhat seme cockies' whiskers are as danger ous as barb wire entanglement. 3-No cocky shall bring any seed ?wheat on to the board. 4-In the event of a shearer or shed hand asking a cocky fcr tobacco or matches, the cocky shall instantly produce same, and shall stand in a respectful attitude till the shearer or shed hand shall have filled nnd lit his pipe. 5-The cocky shall not stand in front of a shearer for more than five seconds. 6-The cocky mubt not complain about the cut, as cockies are not judges of a cut. 7-When a cocky speaks Io a shearer or a shed hand he shall do so with the greatest respect. 8 - No cocky shall come on ...
CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM BUK Mother Says There's Nothing Like it For Sores and Wounds [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM BUK Mother Bays TlierB'9 NotliiDg Like it For Sores and Wonnda Zam Buk is a boon to mothers. Whether a child bas out or burned it self or cnught infectious disease like ringworm, or scalp eoies-the best thing to do is to apply Zam Buk. Children ask for Zam Buk when any mishap befalls them, because they know that tbe balm Btops Emarting pain and doeB them pood. Poisoned Knee.-Mrs A. Lombard, Macleggan-street, Dunedin, N.Z. lays : -"My little boy, .Tames, fell and cut his knee npen. James'leg was so bad that he could scarcely move about. I applied Zam Buk to tbe child's knee and it purified and healed the wound in very short time." Scalp Sores.-Mrs M. Warner, Webbers Rd., Carlton, Sydney says: "One of our children suffered from an attack of scalp disease which defied all the usual methods of treatment. We tried Zam Buk and it speedily cleared away nil trace of the outbreak." Burnt Hand.-Mrs L. Stevens, of 8 Seacomb-street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, says:-"While ironing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
Mamma's Going to Wash ivle with REXQNA SOAP i 1 [i.'.ltv'i chi^f &lt;?!:;»rn\ in hU .«»ft ami lovly skin. To acquire that purit; ;11111 dfh'i i' -, .»! skin health, use Kexona .Skin and Facial tSoajj. W'iisliini; uith Kexona .Snap firnt takes mvuy all impurity and dirt, then soft/Mis tin- .>km cells and acts as a tonic upon the cuticle, so that the ela-sti'it is strengthened. and tin? result gives the soft bloom of health that vo see in early vouhi. Nothing so promotes and maintains the purity of the complexion, hands and hair, tinder all conditions, as does Kexona Skin and Facial Soap. Ji excels in purity, delicacy and fragrance, for it is medicatcd on the same principles us Uio famous Rexona Ointment. Price, 1/- per tablet. To Stand thin Season at Nambrok, and travel tho surrounding district, the well-known blocd stallion ASKELON is u Bay Horse, 8 years old, 15.2k high, by Grafton (imp.) out of Etjuipose, by Trenton, dam See-Saw by Chaudos from. .London Prida (imp.) by ...
COWWARR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
COWWARR From Our Own CorreBpondeDt The Traralgon Town Band provided a musical treat for ihe residents of C^wwarr on Sunday, by giving a recital. The object of the visit was in the interests of the Patriotic Fund, and despite the unpleasant weather, there was a large gathering which must have been pleasing to the band. The band played on the stage in the hall, and every item on the programme was played in a manner which did credit to the bandimen. Mr F. J. C. Min chin, in a short and well thought out speech, explained the object cf the band's visit, and the need for liberal contributions to the funds. He also congratulated the bandsmen on their noble work, playing in various centres, giving up their Sundays, without re muneration to themselves, but in order to swell the funds of the town visited, which are being collected for their countiy's need. On behalf of the resi dents of Cowwarr he thanked them for their visit and the fine programme of music they had given. Misses E. Hammond, ...
CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 November 1914
CARRAJUNG From Our Own Correspondent Tenders for the erection of a State school atCarrajung have been accepted by the Public Works Department. The building is to be finished early in the new year and will be quite an ornament to this out-back settlement. The Hon., the Minister for Education, is deserving of the goodwill ol '.he people for his successful endeavours on their behalf. It is hard imagine why this country has been held up as it has been, posessiog as it does land of excellent quality, with a high average rainfall, free from the evil consequences which follow in the wake of those distracting and heartrending droughts which (periodically) plays its pranks on some of the much Loomed and "spoon-fed" portions of the State. Residents of the hills who have lately visited Traralgon must feel highly gratified at that piece of work (now nearing completion) on the Flynn's Creek hill, Traralgon Shire, under the Main Roads Board. What land holder would refuse an extra rate to have suc...