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FARM HANDS AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
FARM HANDS AVAILABLE The Immigration and Labor Bureau, 555 Flinders-street, Melbourne, desire to invite the attention of farmers, Graziers and other country employers to the fact that they have available for engagement, men, lads and married couples for employment on farming or other country work. The men and lads referred to, are most of them experienced in farming work, and it is hoped that farmerB will immediately send advice as to any opportunities which they may have.
SORE, SWOLLEN AND TENDER FEET Used to Cry Out With the Pain Zam Buk Heals, Soothes and Cools [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
SORE, SWOLLEN AND TENDER FEET Used to Cry Out With the Pain Zatn Buk Heals, Soothes and Cools '?After walking (or some time I used to auffer from swollen and tender feet, wbioh were very sore," Bays Mrs 0. E. Driver, of 48 Donald-street, Footscray, Melbourne. "The burning and aobing caused me much Buffering, and at times I UBed lo cry out with the pain. I bathed them and tried all Borts of things to get relief, bet nothing eased the smarting or reduced the swelling. "However, I tried Zam Buk, and this excellent balm soon drew out all the heat, healed the soreness and re duofd the swelling. Zam Buk. is in deed a wonderful balm, for I have never had any foot troubles since using it. Now I oan walk about in comfort, whereas one time I oould not evon bear a boot on. "I have also proved Zam Bnk to be a useful household healer for outs, bruiseB and sores, and we are never without a supply by us." Everybody who has not tried Zam Buk should obtain a supply at once. A pot should always be ke...
DISLOCATED SHOULDER Unable to Use Right Arm for Six Months. Comstock'e Nerve and Bone Liniment Affords Wonderful Relief [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
. DISLOCATED SHOULDER UDable to Use Right Arm for Six Months. Comstock'e Nerve and Bone Liniment Affords Won derful Relief "As I always believe in giving credit where credit is ilue," writes Mrs E. Maber, of "Nil Desperandun" Dart brook-road, Auburn, N.S.W., ''I am sending this statement in praise of Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment. Just twelvo months ago I dislocated my sbouldei and for about six months suffered continually, being unable to do any work tbat necessitated the use of ray right arm. I was treated by a doctor and also tried various Lini ment recommended by different chemist?, but all to no purpose, the severe pains still continuing. After being in tins state for about six months, I one day read and advertise ment containing some testimonials from people who had bemfited by the use of this remedy, and so decided to test it myself. After trying the first bottle I felt much relief. Iam now using my fourth bottle and find I can use my shoulder with considerably more ease...
GRASS POACHERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
GRASS POACHERS A man, named Jones, a drover, was fined £to, with ^2/2/ costs, at the Traralpon Pol'ce Couit on the 6th iDst., for nol travelling sheep the regulation distance. The poachers have been keeping the Rosedale rangers busy if late. On the 29th inst, four or five in« dividuals will be brought before the local court for breaches of the act, and one drover, who has been boasting that ho has ''scrapped out" all the grass around Rosedale district, is to come up on two charges. It is a well-known fact that the majority of the sheep on the roads are not starvers, but have been sent on to roads in charge of drovers (who are on a "good thing" provided they don't get ' "Dabbed")i by owners who have let their paddocks at a high rental for starving Block. Practically two thirds of the whole of the sheep in the State are at present grazing in Gippsland.
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB Annual Mcotine, hold 4th intt. Present: -Messrs T. A. Umphelby (id the chair), J. Cairns, W. Bready, J. Ayres, F. Onloy, A. Mnrren, H. Shiel, J. Kerr, T. Kelly, S. Rintoull, W. Anderson, G. Rintoull, 0« Watts, J. Widdis and L. J. Ridgway. Balance Sheet The secretary produced the balance sheet, shoving a credit balance of £125/1/4, and and same was received and adopted. The spring meeting on September 3rd last resulted in a profit of about £G. Motions Carried MessrB T. A. Umphelby, L. J. Ridgway, -That Mr W. S. Bready bo appointed on the committee. Messrs J. Cairns, T. A. XJmphelby-That A bonus of fivo guineas bo granted to tho secretary. PATRONS Tho foliowiog were appointed : - Hon E. J. Crooke, M.L.C., G. H. Wise, M.H.R., T. Livingston, Esq., M.L.A., J. W. Bowman, Esq., J. Widdis, Esq., and G. M. Davis, Esq. OFFICIALS The following were eleoted: President-Mr A.W.Bowman Vice-presidents-Messrs H. R. Anderson, J. L. Bowman and H. Shiel Hon. Surgeon-Dr H. Hagenauer...
CELEBRATED MIRBOO NORTH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
CELEBRATED MIRBOO NORTH Says the Mirboo North "Gipps lander" :-The township of Mirhoo North has the repuiatioo of being the most widely known country town in State. This fact is no doubt due to the advertisement it got by a portion of the American Fleet visiting here in 190S. Senator Findley, when he visited here recently, publicly made mention of the fact, and said that, in one way and another, Mirboo North was always prominently before the public, and no matter what paper one picked up, Mirboo North was always shining in it. Picking up a Melbourne "Herald,'' dated December 2^, which strayed in to the town, we notice Mirboo North again prominently before the notice of the public The following appears under the heading of ''Under The Clocks" : Suggested Christmas presents for some people we know The Kaiser (who is reported .!o be looking very haggard and downcast,) A pot of moustache pomade, and a file cf the latest Berlin newspapers con taining reports of defeats of the Allies. (Al...
PROGRAMME: [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
PROGUAMME: The foil' wini» program nc for the annual meeting on February 11, with prize money amounting to £270, was adopted after consideration :- » HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of 50 Sova 7 sovs out of stake to go to second horso and 3 sovs to third horse. About, bat not less thin two miles. Entry 10s, acceptance £1. The winner of any jumping racc, after declaration of weights, to carry a 7ib penalty ; two or more such raccs a 101b penalty TRIAL HANDICAP Of 20 Sovs, 5 SOYS out of stake to go to second horse. For horses that have never won a race on the flat of the value of 20 sovs. Lowest handicap weight not less than 7at 7lb. Five furlongs. Entry 10a, acceptance 10s ROSEDALE HANDICAP Of 75 Sovs. 10 sovi out of stake to go to second horse and 5 tovs to third horse. One mile. Entry 103, acceptance 303. The winner of any open handicap after declaration of weights to carry a 71b penalty : two or more such races A 101b penaitv AMATEUR HANDICAP Of 30 80V3. 5 sovs out of stake to go to second h...
RABBIT DESTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
RABBIT DESTRUCTION (By "Mallee Root'') Re Ihc rabbit cur:e. Why risk bush fires aDd animal or human life by poison where the country is held in small holdings. I hold a niallee block wheie the curse sits round the fences when we are seeding, thinking of the joy days to come when the wheat be gins to grow. When seeding is over (and also at any other time of the year when time hangs heavily) we take the dray and load up a quantity of old bags and straw, a spade, some pieces of bags cut in squares about 12x12 inches and about rolb or jolb carbide, in lumps about pigeon'segg size. The jiieces of bag about 12x12 inches are placed in a bucket of water and kept soaking wet. We know from experi ence where all the burrows are, and procced thus :-Take a piece of wet bag and v.rap in it egg of the carbide, throw it into the burrow as far as it will go, then push in an old bag or some straw just in the mouth of the burrow and cover with earth to make air tight. Do this to every burrow you come ...
RULES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
RULES AND REGULATIONS Entries, accompanied in each c^se by the amount of feo as stated, will be received by the Secretary at tbe llosedale Hotel up to 8 p.m. on MONDAY, 1st FEBRUARY, and by Mr M. P. Coneidine, 491 Bourke-strret, Melbourne Handicaps due on Gth February, or &uch other date as the committee may direct Owners and trainers mcBfc declare ponaK ties to Clerk of Scales before weighing All entries must be made on the club's printea forms, which may be had on appli cation The Btakes in each raoe are provided by owners' subscriptions and payments, any deficiency being paid by tbe club Entries by wire must give particulars,nee, Bex, color, pedigree and confirmed in writing by first post The committee reserve the right to rejcct at any time any entry submitted to or for them N.B.-Only one pass allowed to each horse. Acceptance at scale V.R.U. Rules strictly ailhered to. Under new rules cash must accompany entry
RAILWAY TO BRUTHEN WHEN? [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
RAILWAY TO BRUTHEN"! WHEN ? Latest indications, says the Bruthen "Times," seem to show that the open ing of the line for passenger and goods traffic is a good way oft, as the Depart ment is averse 10 anythirg in this shape as it is alleged that it would interfere with the woik of building the bridges, which is proceeding jvry steadily. Some time ago ihe Tambo Shire Council decided to convene a public meeting of citizens to see what action tbey could suggest to bring about an early opening of the line. So far, this meeting has not been called.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
Theo. B. Little & Co. "Stock and Station Agents. 1ROSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYi'lELD. »nd 157 BOURK.E ST., MELBOURNE llosedale Sale Friday, Jan. 80 THEO. B. LITTLE A- CO. will hota their next Sale in Kelly'a Yard3, on above date, when they will sell :V>(» llenil of Jli.xnl Cattle &lt;>00 Sliec ji BIG YARIHXG \YA.\TEI> Further Early Entiirs Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will bo duly advertised, or may be made with THEO B. LITTLE & CO Traralgon MAtE BOROUGH YABDS T1LIS I>AY (Thursday) rj-iHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at X the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head of Mixed Cattle, including fats 30 Fat Sheep Sale Horse Sale Wednesday, January 20 THEO. B. LITTLE & CO., in conjunc tion with Messrs Campbell and Sons, will hold their next Horse Sale as above at 1 p.m. Early Entries Invited Sale Sheep Sale Tuesday, January 2G THEO. B. LIITLE & CO. will sell as above Early Entries Invited Stratford Stock Sale Monday, Ja...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
PIIONE 10 ?). F. Kleine Family Butcher ROSEDALE. JIG-TINT for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Soiled Investment Bonuses ANNNOLLY W. Holloway Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL .AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosetlcile I'UltfilC XOT1CE A NT PERSONS shooting on ANY portion of the HOLE? PLAIN ESTATE after this dato will bo PROSE COTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry I\U\LKSS AM) -IM'.ltrFXT j By a New Method-no pricking of the j oeedlo and no bad after ofTccts. Every- I body Astonished. Why tfo to men who j hart yoa, whon I positively assure you of 1 ! ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSOH Vieits ROSEDALE at Exchange Hotel JANUARY 15 k 29 ALL DAY ~ Messrs T. V. Trood 0 (L.D.S., B.D.Sc.) Chas. B. Trood DENTAL SURGEONS RAYMOND ST., SAIE Phone No. -5. PUBLIC NOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. JIACREADIE, Willung One's Reputation is what people Suppose it to be. One's Character is what...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MRNING THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
TIHI'E J^OSCILALC jfyanrUy. AND CARBAJUNG, DEKISOK AND WILLUNQ GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOBSINO THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr TatterBOD, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, January 15 and 29, and may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. R Farrin Webb, draws attention to I tbe fact that He can supply in any quantity Massey-Harris Red Star Binder Twine ; also machinery oil. Samples of oil and twine are on view at tbe Rosedale COURIER cffice, where | orders for same will be received. Mr Thomas V. Trood, who recently completed his course as a dentist and passed the examinations, has been taken into partnership by his father, and they will carry on the profession at Sale as Messrs T.' V. Trood, L.D.S.B.D.Sc. and Chas. B. Trood, "dental surgeons. Mr Jas. Steel Lester has been ap pointed by the Acting Chief Justice a commissioner for taking affidavits of the Supreme Court of Victoria. This will be a convenience to residents dealing with all...
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, JANUARY 8 (Before Messrs Jas. Steel Lester and Geo. Rintoull, J.'s P.) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, JANUARY S (Before Messrs Jas. Steel Lester and Geo. Rintoull, J.'s P.) For short attendance of his daughter, Mary, at school, Charles Wykes, of Gormandale, was fined 2/, in default 12 hours. Defendant did not appear at the court. A commitment warrant was issued against Leslie VVeniyess, who was be fore the U cal court recently and fined the sum of £5 for not travelling sheep on the roads as laid down by the Act A dis'ross warrant was first executed, but as it was returned endorsed nulla bona, the bench issued a commitment wairant for the apprehension of Wemycss and to serve a term of one month in tl e Sale gaol.
IS UNEQUALLED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
IS ihNEQUALLED Everyone should keep a reliable remedy in the home for immediate use ia case of bowel trouble. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is unequal for this com plaint. If given at I he first unusual loose* ncss uf tl.e bowels the attack may be aroifed. Even in the most severe and d.inge-ous cases it has never been known to fail. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE Don't risk your life or take chances when j you have a cold. Neglected colds often [ result in pneumonia and constipation.' Chronic catarrh, chronic bronchitii, and all throat and lung troubles are rendered more serious by each fresh attack. Take Cham berlain's Cough Remedy at the first indi cation of a cold-it counteracts any tendency of its resulting in pneumonia, and leaves the system ;n such a healthy condition that future attacks are avoided. Sold by John Williams, Bosedale
ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB GENERAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
ROSEDALE RIFLE .CLOB . GENERAL MEETING Present- Captain Miller (chair), Messrs J. Kerr, H Brown, E. Wilson, W. Hodges, h Cor, J. Ayres, W. Holloway, J. Pluinmer, | G. Carlson and Secretary Bidgw ay. Correspondence Mr llarry H. Ingle, of "Inglenook," wrote to the club m follows"I beg to call your attention to and also protest against the practice of placing the red flag right on the edge of the trick crowing the rifle range, and which practically blocks the traffic, as no horde will pass EO close aud it is almost impossible to tuin off through the scrub. On Saturday last the flag bad been left there, which is the second time On the former occasion 1 complained thereof to Constable Brown. I would suggest that the dancer flag be placed at least, a half chain either one side or tbe other of tbo track in fixture/' The letter evoked a good deal of comment. It was pointed out that Mr In^le, in cross* 1 1 ing the range, was trespassing as althoueh thero WAS & road marked out tbrongh...
ROSEDALE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
ROSEDALE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING Tho following wore present at tbo month ly mooting of tho atove on Monday night last:-Mr C. F. Klcino (in the chair), Revs. R, Mitchell and Dhann, Messrs F. J. M'Cartby, W. Ilolloway, W, Bready, T. Kelly, 0. Carlson, J. H. Green. An apology was received from tho secre tary (Mr G. Green) for unavoidable absencc and Mr J. It. Green attended to the secretarial duties for tbo evening. [ The following matters were then deal* with: - Rules, otc. As Instructed, the secretary procured a book of rules, etc., from the Trarelgon Progress Association, and after same had been read out to tho meeting, .Messrs \V. Bready, F. J. M Oarthy and G. Green were appointed as a sub-committee to draw up rules on a similar scale for tho local ABsocia* tion, same to be approved of at the next general meeting. An Eyesore Attention was drawn to the fact that a number of pine logs (remains of trees removed from in front of the old Shire Hall some time &80) we...