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SAY IT QUICKLY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

SAY IT QUICKLY Read this quickly over several^ times : Esau Wood sawed wood with a wood-saw. But Wood's wood-saw would no: saw wood as Wood would saw wood. One day Wood saw a wood-saw that would saw wood as Wood's wood-saw would not saw wood. Oh, the wood Wood would saw with the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood as Wood's wood-saw would not saw wood ! Now Wocd owns the wood-saw Wood saw would saw wood as Wood's wood-saw would not saw wood, and all day long he saws wood with the wood saw . I If you can make this any'.ocger, you | are welcome to try. And now can you answer this r How much wood would a wcod-chuck chuck if a wood-chuck could chuck wood ?

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PETITION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

PETITION The stt'lers of Karadoc and Winnin doo Estates have drawn up and for warded the fjllowing petition to tbe Minister of Lands, and copies of same to other influtntial bodies: - To the Honorable, the Minister for Lands Sir,-We, the undersigned settlers on the Karadoc and Winnindpo E tates, having heard that Mr James Doyle is to be relieved from the super iutendance of the areas in the above estates would respectfully ask that he may be continued in the said office, as from his practical knowledge, attentive and impartial -treatment, he has earned the respect and goodwill of all the settlers in the above men tioned estates. Trusting that this may have your favorabte consideration, We remain, Yours faithfully, (Signed) Thomas Kenevan, Winnindoo T. C. Rowley, Winnindoo Peter William Pendlebury, Winnindoo William Sheil, Karadoc Harry Sheil, Karadoc H. A. Bateson, Karadoc (W. J. Bateson, Karadoc S. M' Donald, Ka adoc D, M'Donald, Karadoc ' M. M'Donald, Karadoc D. G. O'Donnell, Winn...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NOAH'S ARK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

A NOAH'S ARK "L's funny, ain't it, that everybody in our family's some kind of an animal ?' "Some kind of an animal, indeed ! What do you mean ?" "Why, mother's a dear, you know." "Yes, certainly." :'And my baby sister's mother's little lamb, and I'm the kid, and dad's the goat."

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW WAR BOOK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

A NEW WAR BOOK (By .Dr. W. H. Fitchett) The war. has been raging for over three months, and it is striking how (ew people can give, even in outline, a connected story cf those puzzling, world-shaking months. Therefore, many readers will welcome a shilling book from the pen of Dr W. H. Fitchett, entitled :'The First Three Months of the War." ' Since Dr Fitchett wrote "Deeds That Won the Empire," he has been -rvr-nanlzerl .is the most DODUlar writer in Australia ol Historical ana patriotic studies, and his' booklet, "The First Three Months of the War," proves that the claim is justified. In a series of graphic and stirring chapters Dr Fitchett tells the connected story of the war from the early days of August till the erid of the first three months-a story that, for clarity, lor insight, for happy phrasit g, and for swinging movement, it would be diffi cult to surpass. "The First Three Months of the War" is now ready, and sells every where for one"shilh'ng. It contains many full-page ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MAN FROM TEDDYWADDY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

THE MAN FROM TEDDYWADDY They were locking at the wireless stand near the Botanical Gardens, '.What is it, anyhow?" asked the man from Teddywaddy down for the Cup. "It's the wireless telegraph,'' replied his city friend. "Gam, yer puliin' me leg." ' I'm not. Why should I? It's the wireless telegraph all right. Ask anyone." The man from Teddywaddy winked knowingly, and hailed the next passer. "Hi, mister!'' he said, "would you mind telling me what that big post uith ali them' wires is ?" "Thai's the wireless telegraph," said the stranger. The man from Teddywaddy scratched his head and swore with sheer disgus'. '"Well, I'm blowed !" he snorted, "a plain wire telegraph has only one wire to a post. This one has fifty, aDd you call it wireless. That cove Mark Honey is a blistered fraud if you ask me."

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAT CAUSES BAD FEET Nothing Like Zara Buk for Ending Pain and Soreness [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

HEAT CAUSES BAD FEET | Nothing Like Zara Buk for Ending Pain and Soreness All sufferers from chafings, blisters, and other hot weather foot torture will find speedy relief in Zam Buk. "For years," says Mr W. Bull, 15 Duke-street. Cbristchurfib, N.Z., "I was caused great misery by wbat are known as galled feet. In the hot months my suffering was almost un endurable. When heated my feet be came so sore and blistered under tbe toes and soles that I hardly dare put them to the ground. I had to limp about aud endure this agony until a friend induced me to drees my feet with Zam Buk. I first bathed them in water as hot as I could bear it, and then massaged and got Zsm Buk well into tbe open pores. Zam Buk was wonderfully cooling and soothing, and it very EOOD put an end to all tbe aching, burning pain. "Now, whenever I have a bard day's walking to do I use Zam Buk before hand, and as a result never have any of the old bother with my feet. Hot weatber Eczema, Pimples Bashes, Blisters, and ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

Good Goods that Maine for Goo tl Business TWO BIG PARCELS of high-class DAINTIES are just to band, and we will make a Special showing of them during DECEMBER at SPECIAL, PRICES Foster Clark's Cream Custards THE BEST IN THE WORLD, in 1 sized packages, from Id upwards Foster Clark's Jelly Crystals "'"V' Nothing better in flavor or appe.ranee; V also Foster Clark's Soup Powder, Bean Floor, Blanc-mange Powder, Lemonade Crystals, ttc., all of which will be found of tbi; bisbest qualify Peek' Frean's World-renowned Biscuit's ?*'' ' A magnificent assortment of the above goods in various eiz?d tins. Nothing better than these are ptocurable, and we should be pleased if you would call and sample a few varieties LAYTON BROS. High Grade Provision Specialists ijwportaitt TO Farmers of Gippsland 8$ Rosed ale District LYALL & SON CASH CHAFF, G HAIX AM) FLOUR STORKS SEED ANI,> OAT MEUCIIAXTS Victoria Markets, Melbourne FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR'-Best Roller Town and Country Brands BRAN, BRAS P...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE LIBERAL VICTORY SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITY (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

LIBERAL VICTORY SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITY (Contributed) Thursday's poll gave ibe Liberal Party a victory as complete as any judicious friend wou'd wish it. It is necessary to fight, and to fight vigor ously all along the line, yet the wise Liberal does not desire a Legislative Assembly as absurdly misrcpresenta tive of Victoria, as in the Senate of Australia. Sir Alexander Peacock re turns to office and to power with a two to one majority, a majority so over whelming that the Premier possessed o( it can know no trouble except such as is caused by those of his own house hold. The policy t f the State Liberal Party has been emphatically endorsed by the electors, it will be faithfully carried out. by the Ministers. The victory is a remarkable one. Labor entered on the campaign fully aware that it possessed at least one great advantage. The public mind was absorbed by consideration of the war and the drought, or, if that be a more accurate way of stating it, by anxieties which the war and th...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 December 1914

CARRAJUNG From Out Own Correspondent, During the pas', week we have been . favored with a nice rain. IJpwatds of two inches has fallen lor iue inomn. 'JKOIIowlbg'on an abnormally dry time this is haidly sufficient for the hills, but as the dioughty conditions seems to be passing away we miy again /all back into the old order, when a dry fortnight was an exception and not the mle as it has been during the past year. A working bee, organized by Mr T. S. Campbell for the purpose of clear ing a site for a new Stale school, took place here on Saturday, 21st ult. With ?2 ) able bodied hillsmen the wilderness was treated in a most contemptuous manner, and now a nice clearing exists ?where a few days ago it would be im possible to penetrate with logs and undergrowth of various descriptions, ?which clothe the hills in their piimeval stale. A cantata by the children ol the Carrajung State-school No. 3545 will take place here on the 16th December, -and given a fine night it is certain to be a ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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A HUMOROUS CROWD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

A HUMOROUS CROWD A Port Pirie (S.A.) undertaker, Mr W. H. Noal, made a cbcerful offer to b citizens' distress meeting recently by offering to bury free of cost anyone who d:.ed during the crisis. He bad no stisb to hurry any citizens along at all, but th«=y wou'd recognise that tbe act of djiiig WcS a cosil. alliir at ordinary times. jA voice;: , "You will want more than one hearse." Mr Noal: "I am prepared 10 slart right away, and 1 recently purchased another bearEe at an auction sale.'" The chairmar, in thanking Mr Ncal for hie kindness, said that Port Pirie ought to be a good place to die in. He hoped, however, the business would not get too brisk. A voice : "Is tbe offer extended to members of this committee only, or to the townspeople generally ?" Mr Noal (spiritedly): "To tbe whole town." A voice : "I intended leaving this place, but I think I'll stay here now. This ought to be good news for hospital patients, too." The chairman : "I wish those present would cheer up a little....

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAT MADE HER LEG WORSE Zdm Buk's Wonderful Healing [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

HEAT MADE HER LEG WORSE Zdm I!uk'd Wonderful Healing Heavy duties at home and at busi ness, that tire fe=t and legs, frequently cause varicose trouble or other serious breakdown of the skin tissues and lead to painful ulcers end sores. Such a case wag Mre E. Simmio's, of 25 Fleminglon Koad, North Melbourne, but Zam Buk tfTected a completo cure. "Three or fouryeais ago," says Mra Siuimin, ' a varicose vein burst in my left leg, and naaty ulceration de I veloped. The pain was excruoiating, while in the hot weather the intense irritation and itching became almost unbeatable. Although I tried many remedies, the ulcer proved most ob stinate and refused to heal. At last I WBS persuaded to use Zam Buk, which (xerted its soothing influence in a mar vellous manmr. The burning [.urn and inflammation were ended, and the limb was eased and ccoled sp'endidly. The result ol the first few applications of Zam Buk were ?o gratifying that I de termined to persevere until the ulcera tion was compleiel...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES In his report for the month of November, tlie Principal of the Dookie Agricultural College (Mr l'ye) slates that the College bred wheat "Moira," a tall strawed variety, has so far yielded bes', viz, 9 bushels per aero. A few new crossbreds will probably exceed this yield and may produce as much as i.( bushels. A large demand for seed wheat has set in, but unlil the harvest is over the amount of seed available for distribution will not be known. The varieties most sought are Federation, Warden, Currawa, Improved Stein wedel, Commonwealth and Yandilla King. The sample of wheat so far harvested is very fair, the color good, and in the case of the Comeback variety the grain is plump. The husks caught from the harvester are steamed and fed to the stock. A number ol pigs have been sold during the the month, the highest price yielded being ^S/S/. Three consignments of 143 game cross chickens were sold '.n the open market and averaged 7/3 per pair, the maximum price be...

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PADDY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

" PADDY (From i\n Irish Pnpir) 1 vent into tho Talkin' Shop to see about tlio Bill ; The Premier 'o up and says: "We're waitin*-waitin' still !'' The Tories grinned, and Balfour strung our gamble Haman-high I outs into the street aeain, find to meaelf 8CC I : O it's Paddy this, and Paddy that, nn' **A cattle-driven' crew !" But 'twos "Murj/liy o' the Munstera !" when the trump of tattle blew When the wind < f battle blew, my hoys t/..{. when tho blast of battle blew It WAS Burke and Shea, and Kelly when we inarched to Waterloo I went into a newspaper to ask about tho land That bred the man that broke the sin that Bonaparte planned «. They'd room for cricket ecorea mid tips, and trash of every kind. But when I asked of Ireland's cause it seemed to be behind for it's Paddy this, and Paddy that and "Don't annoy us -Please !" But it b "IrUh ililles forward-Fast !" "When the bullets talk like bees When the bullets yawn like bees, my boys, when the bullets yarn like bees It's M...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE KAISER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

THE KAISER Kaisor Wilhelm-might of man ; Wlicro were you when the war. began ? Deepen shadow, or in tl\e van Of a dark and bloody carcer ?. - Spy of mankind-Allies foo ; Death ormes to you..where b'pr you.go j . Not till Oien shall yoVlearn to krkw ' That ydurGticlte "t ha o nV t d: fea r ". i? , in Henit of stone-slayer of men ; Bearded soon in tho lion's den ; Sword is mighter than tho pen Is what you bo ardently wish Stainful soul- Lover of blcod; Satihfied when it llows in Hood ; Defeat shall flower, now a bui ; A bud you shall not diminish Bocmer of guns-worthless knave ; To conquer worlds is what you crave; You wonM iiot turn your hand to save Hie world from your merciless field Dreamer of sin-hate untold ; Day by day your dark deeds unfold ; Before the end you shall behold Tho dull fafo to which you must yield Breaker of peace-untold wrong ; For blcody war you p'anned so long ; But very soon will sound tho gong, When you mutt from yourcloak emerge Faithless monarch -traitor b...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
URGENT NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

URGENT NOTICE Miss May Cox, organising secretary of the State School War Relief Fund, I is anxious thai the army of teachers and children throughout Victoria working in the interests cf the Empire, should be requested to urge on the completion of articles of clothing, and to forward as many as possible to the Montague State School Melbourne Depot as soon as possible. Shipments for the Second Ex peditionary Force can he made up to December 15 ; a'l wotk should there fore reach the depot not later than December 12. It is most urgent that all gloves and mittens should be sent by December 12 in order to reach the front during the cold weather. Blankets, which are urgently needed by our men in the trenches, will be most acceptable, and will be sent at once to the frcnt

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR BUDGET FACING THE COST (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

THE WAR- BUDGET FACING THE COST (Contributed) Thursday last was aa evening which will live in the history of the Common wealth Parliament. Mr Fisher read a Budget statement which shows esti mated expenditure lor the current financial ytar of £37,583,715, estimated revenue of £24,495,401. In other words the Treasurer anticipates a deficiency of over ^13,000,000. But in addition to outliningexpenditureona scale hitherto undreamt of in Australia, Mr Fiiher laid on the table of the House the schedule of the new Tariff. Much more remarkable, vastly more important than the Budget figures, startling though they ate, incomparably more significant than any change in the Tarift, is the mood in which the com munity received all the Treasurer had to tell it. In the House, apart from a few almost inevitable interjections, most of which resulted from Mr Fisher's reference to the drought as "a small one," there was a silent and al most sympathetic interest displayed by members of the Oppoiition, a...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

WANTED KNOWN.-Job Printing executed on shortest notice, at moderate rates, "Courier" Oftiee. --GIFTS Presents for Ladies and Gentlemen Toys for Boys and Grirls 0\iR "VON BJO.MR Undoubtedly the Finest and Cheapest Collection of Toys ever seen. Every New Toy is here. No one Forgotten. Something for Everyone 1001 TOYS TO CHOOSE FROM Dolls Dressed 1/0 2/0 3/6 upwards Undressed Dolls Gd 1/0*2/6 upwards Balls, colored, Gd 1/ 1/9 Doll*' Push Carts 1/0 2/0 3/11 up to 10/0 Picture and ABC Books -all prices Dolls' Beds 1/2/ with spring muttrass 3/ Building Clocks Gd 1/ 1/0 2/ 2/0 Tea Sets Od 1/ 1/0 2/0 3/G to 7/0 Toy Guns of every kind fid 1/ 2/0 2/ Teddy Bears 1/ 1/0 1/11 3/11 Motor Cars Od 1/ 1/11 and up to 5/ Fur Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Amma'sof all descriptions Engines, mechanical and steam, from ]/ to 7/0 Railways, Stations, Tunnels and Semaphores Noah's Arks Od 9d 1/ 1/0 and 2/0 Aeroplanes 1/2/3/ Jack-in-the Box Gd andl/ Mechanical Toy* in endless variety Horse and Cart3 1/ 1/0 2/0 4/0 Whe...

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BALANCE SHEET ROSEDALE RED CROSS SOCIETY'S PATRIOTIC CONCERT RECEIPTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

BALANCE SHEET BOSEDALK RED CROSS SOCIETY'S PATRIOTIC CONCERT RECEIPTS Takings at Door .. Sweets (Miss I. Rintoull) ,. (Miss H. Kelly) .. UiBs Lidgard (tiokets, sweote, badges) Tiokets Dance .. .. EXPENDITUE Motor Car Printing Removing Decorations ., Hire of hall (reduced) linlunce in hand.. 6 6 6 1 0 10 19 0 12 0 9 1 11 0 3 7 0 £25 14 1

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THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Nambrek [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Xambreh Mr J. Bunston, senr., registered the xainfall ib follows : 3rd 4 14th 17th 24ib 25th 26ch 26 17 18 80 82 Total 1.22

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ROSEDALE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 10 December 1914

ROSEDALE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION The newly formed Rosedale Process Association held its first meeting in the hall on Monday evening last. Present: Mr Kleine (president). Mr G. Green (secretary). Rev R. Mitchell, Messrs J. R. Williams, G. Carlson, F. J. M'Cdrthy, W. S Bready, J. Cairns, T. Kelly, H. Brown, G. Rintoull, E. Wilson, G. Le* is and L J Ridgway. The first matter brought up'was in regard to the forming of rules, fixing membership fee, and the general management of such an association, etc. The suggestion of ihe President, that the secretary write to Traralgon Pre gess Association for a copy of their rules and other information was thought a good idea, and this course was decided upon. Same will be p'aced btfore the next monthly meeting Members then indulged in a quiet talk over matters of interest to the townspeople. The question of dis posing of household refuse occupied a. good deal of time. The majority thought the council should appoint a dayman to go around the town once ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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