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THE WONWRON RAILWAY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

THE WONWRON RAILWAY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-In the "Standard" (Yarram) -of Friday n tb, that paper states that at the Alberton council meeting Cr Power road a portioD of a letter where in the writer objec'ed to the proposal lo take in Carrajung in the Railway Construction area. I am the writer in question, and do you not think my action justifiable when such an in justice is contemplated ? Why should I as a resident 11$ miles from Won Worn terminus (not 10 miles as Mated by Railway Standing Committee) quietly submit to paying a tax for a railway which-all things considered is not of any more benefit to me than the present existing line at either Ttaralgon, Flynn or Kosetfale. I might also state thit a good portion of this intervening 11^ miles of loadway is absolutely the worst and a disgrace to the State in which it is situated. It is now about iS months since this "beauty spot" was taken over by the Main Roads Bjard, and judging by the progrsss made it will probably be...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

Theo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. B08EDALE, BALE, TRABALGON and HEYflELD. »na 457 BOURKE ST.. MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, Dec. 18 (TO-MORROW) THEO. B. LITTLE A CO. win hoid their next Sale in Kolly'a Yards, on Above date, when they will sell 330 Heart of Mixed Cattle (100 Sheep Acct Various Owner Young Pig3 8 Pi«s 20 Fat Lambs L'O Fat Lambs 10 Heilers 7 Fat Cows 1 Roan Cow, in milk BIG YARDIXG WASTED Further Early Entiirs Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will bo du)j advertised, or mny be mado with THEO B. LITTLE A- CO Traralgon Handy Paddock! ROSEDALE Friday, December IS (TO-MORROW; rriHEO. B. LITTLE and CO. will offer at . Kelly's Hotel, before their cattle sale, Oil above date, 012 account Thomas Waters, Esq., a VERY HANDY PADDOCK, being Allot. S, 9 and 10, Sec. 31, Township of Rosodale, containing 1J acres about, well fenced, opposite Railway Trucking Yards IK AXE BOllOt'CiH TABDS Saturday, December li> rilHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at J...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

PHONE 10 Family Butcher ROSEDALE. Ag-ent for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Invcstmont BomiBoa Annually W. Molloway Expert, on Motor (7ars9 Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedcde PUBLIC NOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on any portion of tho HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this diuo will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. I Dentistry I'aiMjKSs am> rr.itrjxr By a Now Mothod-no pricking o£ tlio noodle and no bad after effects. Every body Astonished. Why s«o to men who hurt you, when I positively aesuro you o£ ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON Visits ROSEDALE at Exchange Hotel JANUALIY 15 k 20 ALL DAY Mr C. Brunell Trood (Phone No. '25.) DENTIST. RAYM0ND_ST., SALE Mr Trood is your Local Dentist. A SET OF TEETH £2 10s. Repairs by Post will receive my Best Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. I'UIILIC XOVICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on .'Glen wood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACREADIE, Willung...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, DEC. 10, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

TH"E AND CARRAJUNO, DEKISON AND WILLUNQ GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUUBBDAY MOBNINO THURSDAY, DEO. 30, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, January IS and 29, sad may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. R. Farrin Webb, draws attention to the fact that he can supply in any quantity Massey-Hartis Red Star Binder Twine ; also machinery oil. Samples of oil and twine are on view at the Rosedale COURIER office, where orders for same will be received. The goats for local spoils on the 28th inst. arrived at Rosedale from I'aynesville on Tuesday. They appear 10 he pretty lively and will give the breakers-in a warm time of it. The j sports will be woith visiting this year. iii£ 5'& CSS isa ts: U3 "2a J_j We certainly have much pleasure in inviting the attention of our readers to L.J. Ridgway s Christmas announce ment which appears on our third page. After visiting the establishment can vouch for the truth of the assertion th...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

Cliurcli Services CATHOLIC CHDHCU. Christmas Day. December 2 at Kosodale 9.30 CIlORCn OF ENGLAND Rosedalo. 11 and 7.80 Flynn's Creek 2.30 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Christmas Services) Bosodalo* 11 and 7.30 Denison 3, Kilmany 2.30 Flynn 7.30

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always open for free discussion on public topics, etc, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by the writers of the letters.] THE WAKE-UP ROSEDALE POLICY AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATION TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always open for free discussion on public topics, etc, wo do not hold oureclvca responsible for any opinions expressed by tlio writers of tbo loiters.] THE WAKE-UP ROSEDALE POLICY AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATION TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-Allow me space in your va!u able columns to enler an emphatic protest against the newly formed local Progress Association's policy of "Wake Up Rosedale." What do we want Rubbish Tips for ? I find it most convenient topitch my empty fish tins, sauce bottles, etc., over my neighbour's fence. Rosedale has done without the . services of of a rubbish cart for 70 (?) years, so why waste money ? I am glad to hear that "Good Old Rose dale" is going to stick to Wednesday half holiday when every other town is going to give the Saturday closing a trial. That's right, don't, be carried away with any 1914 ideas. The ''great sacrifice"of the Rosedale Mechanics' in reducing the cost of the hall for a patriotic concert to be...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

SHIRE OF ROSED ALB (PROCLAIMED 17th JULY, 1871) ' ' " " ' " ' ' ^ " 1 ~ ^ " "" " t . , svAXEsnasranr of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year Ending September 30th, 1914 A GENERAL RATE OF ONE SHILLING IN THE POUND TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1914 Riding Rcscdale Denison Toongabbie Valuation ,£22860 o o 24200 0 24900 o .£71960 o o Amount of Rate 1'43 1210 .12 45 £?.S9& o o Amount Collected 1143 o 1161 3 T245 o £3549 3 ° Amount Abandoned 48 17 o (Closer S't Area) £48 17 o Amount of At rears Nil RECEIPTS Balance Forward Dishonored Cheques Repaid Country R'ds B'd(maintenancc) CouDtry R'ds B'd(construction) Rates Interest on Rates Dairy Fees Dog Fees Commons Fees Pound Fees ... Pound Trust ... Rosedale Sanitary Toongabbie Sanitary . Contract Deposits Government Endowment " Licenses Equivalent Miscellaneous... Weighbridge Fees ... Tags and Chains Balance Bank £278 18 11 Outstanding Cheques 18 11 Total 39 10 367 8 130 o 3549 3 3 16 93 7 112 2 384 4 56 13 10 3 '2 3 56 5 73 >2 256 9 1000 o...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

BILIOUSNESS Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills Afford Relief Nurse Norris, of 19 Asbmore-s'reet, Brunswick, Melbourne, writes : "Three years ago I was recommended to try Dr Morse's In dian Root Pills for the relief of Billiousness, and I can state they have afforded me great relief, and consequent ly I recommend them to my friends, and my capacity a3 ladies' nurse at (Nurse Morris) Brunswick dur in the past 20 years, I have found them of late years, or since I commen ced using Dr Morse's Indian Root Pill?, that they are an excellent medi cine for my patients. You have my consent to use this testimony for pub lication." Probably there is no complaint so common as Bilious attacks. Men, women and children are sutjeet to them, and while tliey last life is made miserable. They are accompanied by Sick Headaches. The liver is not doing its duty. That is the cause, and as aoon aa the liver receives the proper assistance, the digestive organs move along smoothly again. For this com plaint Dr Morse...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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ROSEDALE RIFLE RANGE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

ROSEDALE RIFLE RANGE The following further communication in connection with ihe local club's ap p'ication for a site for a rifle range on "Karadoc" Closer Settlement area has been forwarded oti to the secretary (Mr L. J. Ridgway) by Mr G. H. Wise : Department of Defence, 4/12/14. G. H. Wise, Etq , M.P., Parliament House, Melbourne. Sir,-With reference to the com munication dated 26/ii/J.j submitted by you from Mr I.. J. Ridgway, hon. secretary Rosedale Rifle Club, relative to new site for a rifle range at that place, I desire to inlorm you that the Closer Settlement Hoard has been in terviewed by an ofticer uf this depart ment and it has been ascertained that, upon the expiry of Mr Bowman's grazing lease in May next, the block involved in the rifle ranpo site will be thrown open lor selection by the Board under C!o;er Setllement condi tions. The Closer Settlement Board further states that it cannot see ils way clear owing to the position of the ranee, to make the selection of this r...

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A REAL HOME LESSON Father's Torturing Piles, Son's Blistered Feet, and Daughter's Scalds Healed by Zam Buk. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

A REAL HOME LESSON Father's TorturiDg Piles, Son's Blis tered Feet, and Daughter's Scalds Hialfid by Zam Buk. The experience of Mr \V. J. Hart well, of Magilt Roid, Stepney, Ade laide, is a typical instance of Zim Buk's utility. "My eon David," eaya Mr Hartwell, ''suffered severely with bis feet. Little blisters would form ) on the surface, and bis skin became ho badly inflamed that it was difficult for birn 10 get about MaDy remedies were tried, but nothing did any good until Zam Buk was applied. In a short time the blisters were healed and new Ekin formed. "My daughter Myrtle ujiset a pot of boiling water overher foot. The agony she suffered was dread(u). We had to call in a doctor, but all his treatment did not give the desired relief, BO we tried Zam Buk. A few dressinos of Zam Buk drew all lire and inflam mation out of the wound and healed it perfectly. "Then I fell a victim of pile?. I WBB almost in despair of ever being cuied, for 1 had tritd so many remedies with out any goo...

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A NEW YEAR RESOLUTION HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

A NEW YEAk RESOLUTION IIOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN Is one of those problems which faces most parents, and which ofteu causes a deal of consideriiiion unil woiry, as they watch tho small members of their family gradually growing up around them. What is the best they can do for tbem -how preparo them for the future, for the fiyht among their fel low bniiga in the l.urry nml struggle for existenco ? Many parents would have been saved regret-perhaps evi nan aching heart -nuny a child n disappointed career, if a little more thought had bern given to the future of the youngster by those responsible foi its existence. The dominant wish of tho parents is to see the children a credit to them, and tho earliest j.rovision for the child is a good education. In these days of cheap schooling in Australia this is not usually a difficult manner. Bcliool over, comes the more impor tant question of a trade, profession, or career for the boy, sometimes oveu for the girl but in a lees degree. There...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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TOONGABBIE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

TOONGABBIE The Toongabbie Rifle Club has commenced to shoot at the range again for local trophies. A. Ellissmith, Esq., J.P., has donated a gold Walt ham watch to the highest aggregate scorer over the following ranges, viz : - 300, 500 and 600 yards. Conditions-7 shoots and 2 sighters optional at 300, 500 and Gooyds, 10 shoots and 2 sighters optional at 300, 500 and 6ooyds, 14 shoots 2 sighters optional at 300. 500 and Gooyds. The following are the scores up to Saturday, 12th inst. : 7 shoots at 300 yards-J. W. Gales (captain) 31, A. R. T. Goodwin (secre tary) 30, W. H. Guyatt 27, A. P. Mol den 26, A. Nicholson 26, J. H. Sheri dan 25, J. H. Payne 25, P. Hilsly 11. Intending competitors are requested to turn up on the range on Saturday next, 19th inst., to put in their shoots, it being the last day to receive entries.

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THE RIFLE ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

THE RIFLE ROSEDALE The Rosedale Rifle Club has "come to light" again. A competition was commenced yesterday for "two ducks and a ham" and will be concluded on Saturday next. Now then riflemen Xmas is close up.

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LABOR'S FINANCIAL METHODS PASTORALISTS AND FARMERS HIT (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

LABOR'S FINANCIAL METHODS PASTORALISTS AND FARMERS HIT (Contributed) For two reasons ihe Labor politician is apt lo hit the pastcrahsts and farmers hard. HL- is generally a Unionist familiar with the city factory, the provincial mining field, but know ing little of the sheep lun or the farm. Politic.Vly, if he happens to be an M.H.I?., it is many chances to one that he owes his position to the vote of the artisan or wharf laborer, rather than to that of the small holder or the agricultural laborer. He knows little cf the Man on the Land and, as a member of Parliament, owes him less. It is not surprising then, that Sir John Forrest and other Liberal leaders had to poiut out in the course of the de toa'e on the Budget, that many of Mr Fisher's financial proposals are unjust to the pastoralists and farmers, whom the drought hps hit so hard. As Treasurer, Mr Fisher submits proposals under which he would take another ^1,240,000 from the pockets of the; big landholders in the shape of add...

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CARRAJUNG Monday [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 17 December 1914

CARRAJUNG From Our Own Correspondent .Monday Splendid rain is falling here at present with every appearance of a big fall. 5<spts was registered at it a.m., and gpts for yesterday. A thorough soaking would relieve the anxiety, although our worst is no parallel for the best in other parts outside Gipps land or the South-West. The Goodwood Tennis Club jour neyed to Carrajung on Saturday last and engaged the locals in a friendly gam", and the usual hospitality was ex tended to the visitors. A return game is to be played at Goodwcod after the holidays when Carrajung will visit this new and busy settlement. The fol lowing are the scores :-Messrs Lucas and Langier (C) defeated Messrs Heaih and Collins (G; 6 to i ; Mr Russell and Miss M. Tyrrell (C) de feated Mr Pearson and Mrs Pianta (G) 6 to i ; Mr Lucas and Miss Lay (C) defeated Mr Collins and Miss Wallace (G) 6 to i ; Messrs Lucas and Wilson (C) defeated Messrs Pianta and Heath (G) 6 10 s ; Misses Wilson and Tyrrell (C) defe...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 December 1914

AKE "WE DOWN HEARTED ? XMASn-»i::AS USUAL The KAISQE will probably be Annoyed, but that doesn't matier Let U9 help_ you make a Selection wben Buying" youi Xuins needs. Oar Display is Largor than Ever WATER SETS ELECTROPLATE AT ALL PRICES TEA SETS JAPANESE YASES, Etc. Toys Toys AT ALL PRICES FOR ALL AGES Ladies' /i andher chiefs A Marvellous Purchase at Exceptional Prices Full Range of Napery, Collarettes, Bags, Perfumes, Etc. Don't Forget Him TIES, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, SHIRTS, etc., in the Latest Fashions Something for Everybody at the Big Store Put LA YTON'S First on Your List Phone 7 TRARALGON IBaS>ORTua3JrT TO Fa rmers of Gippsland <V RosedaleDistrict LYALL & SON CASH CHAFF, GKAIN AM) FLOI U STORES SEED AN1J OAT MERCHANTS Victoria Markets, Melbourne FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR-Beit Roller Town and Country Brands BRAN, BRAN POLLARD, POLLARD Best ia Sugar White Rose Kerosene Oatmeal, Plain and Flaked Table Salt Oats, whole or crushed Chaff Maize, whole or crushed Linse...

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THE WAR AND ITS LESSON [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 December 1914

THE Y/AR AND ITS LESSON Every liout's fighting for Eupremacy between tbe Allied Forces and the German Army brings us nearer to a new era tbat will ultimately dominate tbe future policy of tbe Anglo-Saxon races ; in fact, of tbe entire world. Tbere is one great lesson to be de rived from this gigantic conflict, and it is tbat tbe nation most effectively (quipped and defended in perfect arms and scif ntific knowledge of tbe art of war will be successful. Tbere are otber wars than tbose carried on between nations fighting for some grrat goal. Tbere are battles fought daily in other Bpheres. Tbe health of the general army is an essential thing, and is the health of each individual member of tbe fighting lice. Thousands of tbe bravest and best of our soldier manhood aro now leaving our shores to serve their country, and their kits would be more fully equipped if they contained the ever-reliable nerve and blnod remedy, Clements Tonic. In these nerve-tensioned times this medi cine asserts ...

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THREE MONTHS' EMPIRE WORK IN SCHOOL AND OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 December 1914

THREE MONTHS' EMPIRE WORK IN SCHOOL AND OFFICE The accountant of the Education Depaitment, Mr Wliitton, i; treasurer of the Schools' Patriotic Fund. He speaks most enthus:astically of the splendid result already achieved by the children, parents, teachers and cfficers. "The total amount received by me to date," he staled to an interviewer, "is .*£8:83/0/1 - a really magnificent re sponse." All interested may congratulate themselves on the fine result. The statement is to the nth inst. The final payments for 1514 are yet to come in. One thing is certain that Mr Whitton will look after that odd penny as assiduously as he will the eight thousand odd pounds. Mr Tate, the director, is delighted with the nobly loyal, and truly British response.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18 (Before Messrs Jas. Steel Lester and Geo. Rintoul, J's.p) SHEEP DROVING CASES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 December 1914

"ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18 (Before Messrs Jas. Slcel Lester and Gen. Rin'.oull. .I's.P.) SIIKV.i' i\t; CASKS Leslie Wemyess, a sheep drover, was charged at the Iccal court on Friday last with not dining a mob sheep in his charge atjiast six miles a day by the mcst dirtct route to their destina tion, as prescribed by the Act. There was no appearance of defendant. Arthur Allen, road ranger for the Shire of Rosedale, was duly sworn. Witness said lie saw the sheep leave camp on the Rosedale toad at 7 a.m. on 3">ectmber ist and come a distance of 3 miles 32 chains. He saw the defendant in camp, who admitted that be was in charge cf the sheep. The sheep, in his opinion, were in a fair travelling condition. Hugh M'Donald, langer for Shire of Traralgon, gave similar evidence. He had had the same mob cf sheep under observation for a week previous to the day in question. Delendant was fined the minimum penalty, £5. A similar charge was preferred against Victor Wemyess. Defe...

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ALL SORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 December 1914

ALL SORTS The Director, Mr Frank Tate, M.A. I.S.O.. has urged each child in tho State to do something himself or herself for the Empire. In tins connection, Miss May Cox, organising secretary, tells a pood story : "Eighteen senior girls of Nillumbik school, No. 1003," she says, "bound a few people to secrecy : borrowed a room and a sewing machinsfrom a sympatheifclady and worked for three months preparing a Jnile bazaar to aid the Belgians. Ihe day before the show, the head j teacher tvas enlightened as were the townspeople. Result, nine crisp bank notes for £1 each. After this," says .Miss Cu, "dare to tell me a women connot keep a secret." Soda and whisky is their favorite poison. The whisky kills, but with soda it kills with a slow effervescence which takes some of the fire out of the spirit. Still they like the mixture, nnd as the Kaiser by invading Belgium has set up the price of such drinks to ninepence, and their war chest only showed one shilling they decided to use a little...

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