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

' 'Special Trains from Mslbourse, Mirboo North wd Burnsdala I^osedale Racing Club AHSUAL MEETIHG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, '14 OFFICIALS. Patrons-Hon. E. J. C'rooic, Mr Jas. Bennett, M.b .K , Crs A. G. Futcber, J. Widdis, G. M. Davis, Messrs J. W. Bowman, Theo. B. Little, Langlands Trwidetit-MTT. A. Umphelby Vice-presidents-Messrs A. W. Bowman, H. R. Anderson, J. L. Bowman Judge-Mr T. A. Urophelby Starter-M- 3. Cairns ^ Treasurer-Mr C. F. Kleinc Clerk of Scales-Mr F. B. Infjlo Olerk of Course -Mr S. llintotill Measurer of Tomes-Mr A. Murren Handicapper-Mr A. H. Cox Tmiekcoper-Mr T. Linton Secretary-Mr A. Allen Stewards-Messrs H. Slieil, T. A. Anderson, A. W. Bowman, H. K. Andurson, J. Widdifi, A. Murren, F. M Innea. PROGRAMME : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE ©I 40 Sovs. 7 EOVS out of stake to go to second horse apd 3 sova to th'rd horse. About, but not lees than two miles. Entry 10s, acceptance ill. The winner of any jumping tace, after declaration of weights, to cany a 7ib penalty ; two or more...

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

SHIRE OF ROSEDALE PRESIDENT-A. G.FUTCHER, J.P. SECRETARY-]AS. STEEL LESTER, J. P. . ENGINEER-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS ROSEDAI.P. RIDINC-*Hon. E. J. Crookc, M.L.C., A. G. Futchcr, J.P.iftand T. A. Umphelby DENISON RIDING-*G. M.Davis, John Widdis, J.P., and T. Kenevan TOONGADBIE RIDING-* W. A. Lang, D. Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, J.P. ?Retires August, 1914 MEETINGS FOR 1911 February 1G March 16 April 20 May 18 June 15 July 21 August 17 September 21 October 19 November 1G December 21 Give Your J ob Printing to tlie " COURIER" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed ! Do you Subscribe to the local paper? YOU CANNOT AFFORD . . TO BE WITHOUT IT. | p i | pm fill W i p i W P \viioicsnit' oniv - rkri;i{sox ,t t:o. PI v. i/rit., meumi k\k 1 When your children have croup, do not \ waste valuable time, in experimenting with [j » untried remedies, no:matter!how highly they | may be recommended, but give, Chamberlain s I Cough Remedy as directed and, all symptoms J of croup will quickly disappear. [j ^...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN, 29, 1914 Wanted—A Water Supply [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

*TI3L"E1 J^OSCTHTLC AND CABRAJTJNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURBDAY MORNINB THURSDAY, JAN, 29, 1914 Wanted-A Water Supply It is somewhat astonishing, not to say regretful, that after a scheme was devised for reticulating the township so as to provide water for domestic purposes, only three or four persons were interested enough to attend a meeting called to deal with such an important movement. Such was the case that happened at Rosedale not many months ago. It is certainly dis creditable to the residents that such a condition of affairs should be allowed to prevail. "That tired feeling" must be responsible for the laxity displayed in this matter and the people are evidently blind to their own interests in allowing to be perpetuated such an intolerable position. The dry weather recently caused some anxiety to householders in Rose dale, many of whom were ir. possession of empty tanks, and water carting was resorted to. The heavy rain that has fallen during the past few d...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Church Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 January 1914

Church Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. NJBUBCH OF ENGLAND Rosedale. 11 and 7.80 Nambrok 3, Ficon's Croek 2.30. . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bosedale 11 and 7.30 Deniaon 3, Kilmany 2.30 Flynn 8.

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ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 (Before Mr Harris, P.M.) VACCINATION CASE Constable Brown v John Dossett [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

?J I ? 1 -* ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 (Before Mr Harris, P.M.) VACCINATION CASK Constable Brown v John Dosnelt A further remand was asked for in this case, as the medical officer pro nounced the child still unfit lobe vaccinated. Adjourned until ist May next. ' DEBT CASE J. H. Bridges v L. C. Patten j Joseph H. Bridges prccecded against . L. C. Patten for the sum of £,6 for the use of horse and buggy m November last. Patten admitted owing the I amount and said he intended to pay | it. An order was made for the amount ! with 5/ costs. ! ENDEAVORING TO IMPOSE Information against L. C. Patten Dismissed L, C. Patten, who described himself as a traveller, and who was arrested by Constable Elliott at Lindenow at the instance of Constable Brown of Rose dale, was then charged with havinj? endeavored to impose on Sarah Timbs, at Winnindoo, by false verbal repre sentation, on or about ibe 20th » epteniber last. Accused appeared at the previous court to answer to the above charg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

THE BEST IN THE WORLD lib Carton 4-to 5 lb Porce INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES r&a-"i3A I Hcrt to the Doctor ll COMES THE Curses' Opinion. A TESTIMONY TO TONIC Cobum. Vic.. 3 4 12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I know Clements Tonic is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited, and 1 gave her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change (or the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which made her a firm believer in Clements Tonic. Since, 1 have given it to many patients with the same good results, 1 am at a loss to know how we, who look after the sick, could get on without that splendid medicine. (Sianed) NURSE CARD." TliU Medicine is the best to he taken (orC nstipation, I'rk* Acid in the llloori, Weak Kidneys, IndiKrsiio». I.ow Spirits, Sick Ilca0;uhe ol Steep, l' > r A pi i*tiU\ or I'our Jdood. All STORKS ami ClIK...

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THE KILMANY SETTLERS' PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

THE KILMAXY SM'TLERS" PROTEST The objections of settlers on Kilmany Park Estate to tho condition in their lease, which rfquires that they shall devote a portion of their blocks to sugar beet culture, were laid before the Ministers of Land and Agriculture last week by a deputation in troJuced by Mr Li?iogston» M.L A. The deputation said it was high time the Government removed the provision which compelled them to devote 10 out of -10 acres to beet culture. Not only was the beet culture last year a direct loss to ewry pettier on the estate, many of whom lostaB much as £50, but the indications were that this yeai's crop would be an even worse fiilure. The *rea was not suited for beet cultuie, and that was demonstiated ia particular by the fact that the Government's own piois, which bad had every caro and attention, and on which a considerable amount had been agent, were almost a total failure. Both Ministers repeated in reply that they were about to make personal inquires iuto the nutt...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE SUGAR BEET INDUSTRY EFFECT OF DRY SEASONS VIEWS OF SUCCESSFUL GROWERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

TH E SUGAR BEET INDUSTRY EFFECT OF DRY SEASONS VIE\VS OF SUCCESSFUL GROWERS By tho. "Ago" Speoinl Bopoi'tor.) Tho sugar beet industry has reached a stago at which wiso notion by tho Stato will plnoo it on » pormnnontly sound tooting. It would bo a blunder if tho Government wore lo take much hood of tho muttorings hoard amongst groworB on tho Kilmany Park and Boisdalo ostatos. Tho periods of drought tlioso Bottlors havo experienced havo beon exceptionally severe, and somo of tho growers havo uttered cotnplaints which may load ill informed peoplo to imngino that beot growing in Gippsland is unpayablo. A Jittlo croaking goes a long way with a now I overprize No sano person now thinks of donouncing wheat cultivation in Vic toria, although it has brought disaster in a scoro of bad seasons. Coot growing, comparod with wheat growing, has tho disadvantage of not being an old estab lished industry in this Stato. But boot lias an advantage over wheat in that it | can be irrigated at a heavy p...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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CHILD FEARFULLY SCALDED When Hospital Treatment Failed Zam Buk Completely Healed. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

CHILD FEARFULLY SCALDED When Hospital Treatment Failed Zam Buk Completely llealed. "My little boy, Willie," sajs Mrs P. Morrison, of OS Wilson-street, Red fern, Sydney, "was fearfully scalded through a kettle of boiling water fall ing on top of him. 1 had been bathing the child near the fire and had just gone out to empty the water when I heard screams. I rushed in and found that lie bad pulled the kettle over and fearfully scalded hio neck and back. "The skin was dreadfully blistered and iDflammed, and the poor child's agony was dreadful to witness. At the I'rince Albert Hospital they lanot d tho blisters and dressed the scalds with »n oil. Willie was bad fully G months, and as I didn't feel satisfied with the progress he was making in the hospital . I took him to a private doctor. His ointment caused the sores to break out into white blisters. "After many other treatments had been tried without success I happened to receive a sample of Zam Buk. This proved so soothing to the child...

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TESTIMONY OF GROWERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

TESTIMONY OF UROWEHS . As an answer to the overdrawn pessimism of a few growers who have not cultivated ibeir holdings well or succe»fully, tbe testi mony of a few .Kilmany beet cultivators is given below Mr H. Trew "I hive a 120-icre block, and have 10 acres under beet. I sowed it on the 1st oi Augost, The weather was dry in September, and a cold snap prevented growth. I say the proper thing is to BOW the crop in Octobr, and rush tbe crop through by watering it. I think that is tbe only condition required to male* ib a success. The Railway department is very slow in providing u* with facilities on tho lino just built here, and although we will be lnr Citing pretty soon, no start bus been made to put up a ramp at the tailway station.' Mr A. B. Wilson : "As far bb tho con dition requiring us to grow beet is concerned, 1 have no ubjection to it-none whatever, we want some rain, an if we get irrigation we will be all right. I bave betwe n four or five acres under beet out of tbo 32 acr...

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GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

GORMANDALE {from our .own Correspondent). The ihundershowers recently have had the effect of freshening things up generally, besides replenishing the tanks and cbtcking the speed of fires that threatened to do damage. The Presbyteiian Church folk are getting ready for their annual tea meeting and concert, which are held to mset church maintenance expenses and repayments of loan and interest due on the church and manse On Wednesday, 2S-.I1 ult., the Cemetery Trustees held their annual meeting, when the balance sheet was preuented by the secretary, Mr J. Gilsenan. For the first time a credit balance, small to. be sure,, of £2/3/5 was shown. For s jtne years past the trustees have had to work on a p.n. from the tank. This year a canvass was made of a portion ot the district by Mr W. Missen, wiih the result that ^,5/1/6 was donated beside a special donation of 30/. This enabled the Board to pay off balance of p.n. and to carry out some nccessary improve ments, leaving the balance as abo...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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WELCOME SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

WELCOME SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION A wolcomo social to the Rev. and Mrff M'Evoy was hold in St.Mark's Parish Hall Inst niglit, when a largo number of tho congre gation wcro present, also tlio Rev. and Mrs B. Mitchell ami several prominent mcmbors of tho Prosbyterian Church. Kir J, S. Lester, on behalf of tho congro~ f;ation of St Mark's Cbureh, extended a. leavty welcome to Rev and Mrs M'Evoy, and trusted that their stay in Rosodala would bo lengthy, pleasant, and useful U> all. Rev M'Evoy thanked thorn for the kindly we come, and trusted that he would bo ab'o to do all that was hoped from him. During the evening, Mr M'Evoy, on be half of-the congregation and choir, presented Miss Cobb with a handsome silver-mouuted brush and comb, and to Miss W. Robinson a very handsome pendant and chain, and spoko very highly of their v&luablo services to the church. Mr E. Oox responded on behalf of the recipients, and said all they h .d dona was simply a labour of lovt. SoDgs were rondere...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, THURSDAY, 12th FEBRUARY NEXT 151 ENTRIES RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

I ROSEDALE RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, THURSDAY, 12th RbBRUAKY NEXT 151 ENTRIES RECEIVED Tho following splendid entries, 70 of which tiro from Melbourne, h»vc been received for the above club's annual meeting next lliurs day, and constitute a record. The lowering of the nomination money to 10/ in all events was a wise move, entries this year being about -JO in advance i f last year j HANDICAP HURDLE RACE R S Mawloy's br ra LA ANNIE J J Jensen's blk m POWERFUL R Heating's br g NORLEY G Collis's GLADIATEUR R Gilder's br g BUSH? Miss G Doyle's b u, WESSEX Miss Gardiner's CANVASSER E Brownie's PISTOL F B Bronnan's br a LION G M Davis's DOMUS J Mills' JACK WATSON B Steor's BOHEMIAN BOY R Scarlett's blk CHONUA J M'Cormack's blk g ORDEAL S 0 Neill's b g MOROKA . C Quinn's b g KILDEER | G Nixon's br g BROWN BIRD i F H Lewis's ch g ANDR1CULA D Scbiie's grey m LUCY BAR I TRIAL HANDICAP ' U Pruden's br g MILANIAN | K Heating's GNARROU ? J Breen'n cli m CASTILLE J Clarke's b m MUNA ' A S Sincla...

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TO DO OTHERS GCOD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

TO DO OTHEKSGCOD "I have been living in S.W. Queensland for 13 years," writes Mr J. R. Tindale Editor of the CunnamulJa "Watchman." ''During that time 1 hive been subject to attacks of Diarrhoea md have always found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. I can recommend it to anyone suffering from that complaint. You may use this letter as yoa see fit for it is written to do others good." Sold bv John Williams, Rosedale.

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SALE OF BOOTHS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

SALE OF BOOTHS The publicuu's booth was sold by Thoo. B. Little and Co. at their Mart on S&tur* (lay to Mr Hogan, of Prabr&n, for £10, and the luncheon booth to Mrs Sellers, of Traralgon, for £5

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ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE "I was inclined tc be constipated and was always compelled to tafce a laxative." * rites Mr Hugh McNaughton, Lubeck, V. "Cham berlain's Tabids w ere recommended to me and a f^w doses relieved me ol this trouble some complaint. I think so highly of them that now I take an occasional do?e which help to I- eep me in good health." Sold by J. Williams, kosedaie.

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THEY STIR THE LIVER No Remedy as Potent as Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

THEY STIR THE LIVER < No Remedy as Potent as Dc Morse's Indian Root Pills Tbe climate of Australia 13 such that tbe Liver gets out oforder quicker than any other organ of the body. When the Liver does gel out of order the whole system is upsft, and Con stipation, Biliousness, and Stomach Troubles follow speedily. Dr Morse's Indian Boot Pills reach tlie Liver in a satisfactory manner. Thfy open the clogged ducts, allowing the Bile to Sow which is essential to tbe digestion and assimilation ti food. Constipation Biliousness, Stomach Troubles and Sick beadeches are the result of Liver inactivity, and the remedy that "Stirs the Liver" will at one relieve these distressing complaints.

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ROSEDALE DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR SHOW 1913 CR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

ROSEDALE DISTRICT HORTI CULTURAL SOCIETY FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR SHOW 1913 CR Donations £12 ? 1 Door, afternoon and evening 13 14 9 Refreshment Room ... '5 10 11 Entries ... ..7 18 6 Loss on Show ... .. 1 12 5 -£4017 7 DR Prize List Mr Clieiseman Luncheon Allowance ... Mechanics' Institute ... Mrs Honecker (strawberries) Mr T. A. Duck (tables) "Courier" (printing) ... Mr Colvin (ice cream) Mrs Hodges (attendance) Hire of Cups and Saucers Petty Cash Mrs Mooney (cream) .. ^25 8 G 13 6 S 10 10 o 2 6 12 .3 £40 '7 7 Previous Balance in Saviogs Bank ... ... 24 16 8 Savings Bank Interest 1913 - 17 3 Loss on Show 25 13 11 1 12 s ^24 DONATIONS Hon. E. J. Crcoke T. Livingston, Esq., M.L.A Hon. Wm. Pearson Mrs J. W. Bowman Mr F. M'Carthy Mr J. Widdis Mr J. Hillman Messrs Green Bros Mr Hurren... Mr J. W. Bowman... Mrs M'Carthy Mrs Rowlands Mrs Kleir.e Mr Kleine Miss Cairns Mrs GEO. R'ntoull Mrs Wilson... Mrs Walter... Mr G.Carlson Mr Colvin £12 1 o

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BIG BLAZE AT GLENGARRY NINE STACKS BURNT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

BIG BLAZE AT GLENGARRY NINE STACKS BURNT On Saturdny night about 1*2 p.m., a big fire occurred on Mr E. Kyue'e pro perty nt Glengarry, when nine slacks were totally lestroyed. From what we can learn, Mr liyne ploughed a "break" around the stacks on Friday morning, as he intended going to the city on busiaess that evening, and was desirous of preventing uny danger to them in the event of a grass fire break ing out while he wss Absent. On' Friday night he proceeded to Mel bourne, leaving Mr R. Doheriy in charge of tbofarm. Oc Saturday night a young man returning home from the township noticed the fires break out in th? stacks, and hurriedly gave tlia alarm. Mr Doherty was souud aslnep in bed at tbe time, ani on being roused, was astonished to fiud the stacks on fire. A good numbtr cf residents of Glengarry turnd out, but beyond preventing the llames from setting fire to the grass, could do nothing to save the stacks. Those who first saw tbe outbreak s'atc that the flames appeared to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

the vords tj Pills xactiy it, and viiat they say. our Backache, Bladder, les, or we are obliged to money will be cheer* Kidney or Urinary Tr refund your money. They must cure, o: fully refundrd. Vou are to be the judge and jury. Your word will be accepted as final. Your money will be refunded without quibble orargu It means the curativ It means tliat Gin I'ills will cure 99 cases of Backache, Kidney, Bladder or Urinary Troubtes out of every 100. We know that-know it positively. It also menus that we have a large faith in the honesty of met; and women. Wc do not believe that a single man or woman out of one hundred who has suffered the torments of Backache, Kidney, Madder or UrinaryTroublea xlraordinary offer is made because of Kach Gin Pill contains all the constituents of a pint of the finest 3m combined with other diuretics by a new method and process, and form a remedy which effects cures in Wcases out of lit). Gin Pills are put up in glass bottles hermeti cally sealed, and we se...

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