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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
D. J. Hurley Piano & Organ Tuner FOSTER STREET, SALE LATE John Brinsmoad and SODS, London, Pianoforte Makers by special appoint ment to H.M. the King 12 years sole representative toner in North GippBland for Allan and Co., Melbourne, and Agent for Allan's Pianos, and Member of the Pianoforte Toners' Association of Victoria Pianos Tuned Specially for Madame Melba, Clara Butt, Ada Crossley (4 times), Madame Dolores, Percy Grainger, Austra lia's Leading Player, etc. J. D. Hurley will Yisit Rosedale every Two Months New and Secondhand Pianos kept in Stork, and all Guaranteed 6/ sit Ridgwuifs DON'T MISS This Great Opportunity In order to Reduce our Very Large Stock of RECORDS we HAVE DECIDED to GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE one of these Beautiful Gramophones lo Any Person who will Purchase 80 TUTIN KEC0H0S 8/ eacl'- EverJ" Rec°r&lt;1 in Stock is a Picked One from all iba BEST TITLES HAltRY LAUDER 13ILLY WILLIAMS PETER DAWSON EllNEST PIKE WILL OAKLAND WILL EVANS COLLINS k UARLAND A...
PASSED AWAY MRS C. I. DUVE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
I | PASSED AWAY i « MRS C. I. DU VE The death of Mrs C. I. Du Ve, one of Rosedale's oldest residents,occurred at "Airdrie," 14 Seymour road, Elster wick, on January 1st. Ever since Mrs Du Ve left her old residence, "The Wattles," Rosedale,. and even before this, she had been ailing somewhat so that all wete quite prepared for anything that might sud denly lake place. Mrs Du Ve pissed away most peace fully in her sleep early in the morning ol New Year's Day. The funeral left St. Mark's Church, Rosedale, on Sunday morning, January 3-d, at 9.15 a.m., after a short portion cf the burial service hid been conducted in the church. The Venerable Archdeacon Godfrey Smith delivered the address and the Reverend H. T. Langley, M.A., conducted the remainder of the service at the graves:de. With the death of Mrs Du Ve the people of Rosedale will miss one of the oldest and most tespected of its residents-one who took a very active part in all the secular and religious movements of the town. The la...
THE RIFLE NEW YEAR'S DAY SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
THE RIFLE NEW YEAR'S DAY SHOOT A very large attendance of riflemen and visitors turned up at the local' range on New Year's Day. It is in deed pleasing to see that the^general public is beginning to take an interest in this most useful pastime. The need of rifle shots is being constantly driven home by such great men as Lord Kitchener and Lord Cutzon. Unfortunately the local club has in the past received very little support from the geneial public. However, the present war has shown the people that rifle shooting is not merely a sport or a pastime, but it is something of an absolute necessity if-our homes and those that are most dear to us are to be piotected. The ladies supplied afternoon tea, which was much enjoyed. The shooting wns of a high order and it was gratifying to see the im provement members have made' all round. With a little more practice Rosedale Kill be able to send out a team tt shois second to none. Of course the old difficulty as regards the range slill exists aDd...
SCHOOL MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
SCHOOL MATTERS A special meeting of the local State»school committee was held on Monday evening, 4th inst., to consider the h'gb ren'al of Mec hanics' Hall fixed by Mechanics Committee fur temporary school accommodation daring re-building oper&thn®. It was pointed out that the Government was spending about £000 on the new building and th&t such a high rent for temporary acoomodition would be likely to lead to there being no school held during the progress of the new work It was finally resolved to write to tlie Com mittee of Mechanics' asking them to re consider their charges. At a special meeting of the'Mechanics' Committee on Monday ovening last, it was decided to allow the Education Department use of the main hall at a rental of £3 per month, which sum the ' Department was prepared to pay. We learn that Mr Ireland, the successful tenderer for remodelling the local State school, will not commence the work bfforo the end of February and that Mr Matthews (the schoolm...
CRICKET KILMANY & NAMBROK v MAFFRA [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
CRICKET ! . 1 KILMANY i NAMBROK v MAFFRA The above clubs met at Snlo Crickot Ground on Saturday to piny thair match for tho North Gippsland Senior Competition. Kilmany and Nambrok could only get togethor a very weok team and whon play commenced tliero wore only eight men present, bot rather than disappoint Maffra who wero in strung force, it was decided to goon with the match. MnlTra won the toss and deoided to bat and were not disposed of until they had compiled 207 runs. Unklos nude 107 not out, ltyan 29, M'Oarthy 20, Nield 13. Kilnijny and Numbrok responded with 60 of which Tyler contributed 40 not out, hie batting being greatly admired by the cricketors present. Unklca secured, most of the wickets for Maflra. Umphelhy, Tyler and DjvIS done the bowling lor Kil many and Nambrok. A cricket mutch will be played at Rose dale on Saturday next betwoen Kilmany and Nambrok and Boaedale. Play will commence at 2.30 p.m. The team to play for Kilmsny and Nam. brok 'against Uoscdalo on Saturd...
Carrajung [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 January 1915
Carratungr I The following is the rainfall registered by Mr L. T. M'Dermott: 1st .... ... *50 3rd 4 18th 9 14th 25 15th 78 20th ... ' ... 34 21st .... ... 8 22nd 16 24 th 12 26 th 58, 28th v.. . ... 4 29th 2 SOth ... ... 15 81st 52 Total 3.62 2G.45pta fell for 1914 14.27pts fell for 1918 As the rainfall for 1918-44.27 is just about our average, it will be seen what a considerable shrinkage occurred. Nevertheless, the bills are looking better to day tbap ihey did this time 12 months ago, when forest fires were springing up on all sides.
PAINFUL HEAT-RASH Itehy Soree, Blisters and Swellings Speedily Yield to Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
PAINFUL HEAT-RASH Itchy Soref, Blisters ami Swellings Speedily Yield to Znm Buk Summer is not without its perils for tho sfnsitive skin. Exoessive per spiration in the beat ; the dry, ptircliing effect of the BUU'S glare; and the clouds of dust nil help to aggravate cuticle trouble, provoking pimples, blotches, rashes, heat lumps, chafmgs, sore feet, and even more serious skin afl'eotions. All summer skin troubles, Bbould be treated with Zam Buk. This bslm has the happy knnck of cleansing the skin's pores of all impurities and making the skin cool, healthy and clear. Mrs J. A: Richardson, First Avenue, St. Peters, Adelaide, sajs:-"A rash, which I think was prickly heat, came out all over me, and painful hard lumps formed. While this lasted I could get very little rest, but on using 2am Buk my skin was soothed and I was very quickly eased of all irritability. Per sisting with Zam Buk I soon had the pleasure of seeing new skin form. Zam Buk completely cured me, ani removed every trace...
WAR DOGS AND THE BONE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
WAR DOGS AND THE BONE ?'The glittering prize held out to the United States is the foreign trade formerly held by the manufacturing nations of Europe. It is the under lying eau3* of tbe present war-tbe bone over which the foreign war-dogs are fighting. And the lean hound on this °ide of the ocean is preparing to escane with that boDe while the others are figbtipe." '-Congressman C. H. I Tavenner, U.S A.
A CURIOUS FACT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
A CURIOUS FACT During the past few years a great pBrt of the Birmingham sword and bayonet trade drifted to Germany. The trade has now come back to Eng land, but at the prcseDt moment British cfiicers are lighting at the front with swords made by the enemy with whom they are face to face. The next supplies will be British. -"Pro I gress."
ENQUIRED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
ENQUIRED The wife of well-kno>vii clergyman Dear Durham liad advertised for a girl for general housework,and waa allowing an applicant over the house. She had been very liberal in her promises of privileges-aftornoona off, eveningsout, eta.-and it looked as though tbo girl waa a suitable candidate, when she suddenly naked 'Do you do your own stretchin' ?' 'Do we do what ?' aBked the tnisteas. 'Stretchin',' repeated the girl. 'I don't understand,' 'Stretchin',' repeated the girl' a second time. 'Do you put the food on the table at dinner and stretch for it, or do I sbuftle it around ?' The family are at present 'atretohin'.' and will until they find a girl who is willing to wait at table as Well aa to cook the meal, Meanwhile, the clerical household vocabulary contains a new word.
WHAT RABBITS COST AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
WHAT RABBITS COST AUSTRALIA The rabbit is an expensive little an'mal. A return bas just been pre sented to llie Parliament of Queens land ebowing bow much the destruction of the pest has cost the State. The figure is a tidy one-£1,252,291. Untij the 'CO there were no rabbits in Australia. Then some malignant fate prompted a squatter to import a few for 6porting purposes. .These became the progenitors of countless millions, and the "rabbit plague" brought about the ruin of thousands of farmers. The prize of £f>,0l.i0 for an effective exter minator has never been won. Among those who had a shot for it waa M. Pasteur.
WHOOPING COUGH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
WHOOPING COUGH Never neglect Whooping Cough, for child* ren are often permanently injured by the awful straining of the cough. There is no danger from whooping cough when Chambtr Iain's Cough Remedy is freely given. It should be given at once, repeating the dose frequently. It liquifies the tough mucus, makes if* easy to expectorate, keeps th* cough loose and counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
KILMANY From Our Own Correspondent The Kilmany Closer Settlement Progres sive League met on Monday evening, 9th Inst., when a good muster was present. Owing to the busy time during harvest, & few meetings have lapsed /or want of sufficient attendance. The meetings are always held on tho Monday eve .kg nearest full moon. Several matters wero brought forward for diecaseioQ and much interest taken. It was carried unanimously that the secretary write to the Kosedalo Shire Coun cil protecting against the application from the Sawmill Co. to remove tho bridge erected over the Jjatrobe .River, near Miller's, after they had finished carting their timber over, as it would be of great convenience to tho ratepayers in general from the Kilmany and Denison side to get an opening to the cheap* er country oo tho other side for pasturing young btock during winter time. Also the meeting thought it wjs not an opportune time for the chief executive officers of tho Shire applying for an increase...
BALLARAT NURSE Highly Eulogises Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
BALLARAT NURSE Highly Eulogises Dr Morse's Boot Pills There lis no person who comes so intimately into the life of the sick as the nurse. She stands next to the doctor,watching and noting tbe effect of treat ' menta and med icine, Bnd be comes only se cond to bim as an author ity. Therefore, when a member of ibis noble profession re lates ber exper iences, they should receive serious at tention. The statement made by MrB S. Jenkins, Ladies' Nurse, of 412 Doveton street, North BaliarBt, should prove interesting to many people. "It affords me pleasure," writes Nurse Jenkins, "to relate my experi ence and belief in the use of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. Personal ly having ailed but little during my life, I have consequently never had recourse to many medicines, yet I found Indian Root Pills meet all the ills that have come my way, and my family also find theru equal to all re quirements. During the past fourteen years I have been a ladies' nurse in Billarat, and having occasion, in t...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
CRICKET The team to play for Kilmany and Nam brok against Stratford on Saturday next to be played cn Sale Cricket ground, will be choosen from H Wal'ace, H L. Keys T. Umphebly, R. 'lyler, W. Bready, J Birch! A. Bowmbn, P. Mooney, T. Smith, C. Weir, D. Davis, C. ]. Dennis G. Goodwin. Players are re,uested to be on the erou.id at 2 30. It is pleasing to notice th it the fine all round cricketer H. Wallace is playing for the Rosedale, Kilnnny and Nambrok com binatton on Saturday next, and should prove a tower of strength to the club. Wiih him at one end, and Tyler the other, good resu'ts should accrue. H. L. Keys. T. Umphelby and \V» Bready are also batting well. We wish the club every success. A friendly match was played at Rosedale last Saturday between teams representing Kilmany and Nambrok and Rosedale, and resulted in an easy win for tho home team.
HUMAN SKELETON FOUND SUPPOSED TO BE THAT OF FORMER ROSEDALE RESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
HUMAH SKELETON FOUND SUPPOSED TO BE THAT FORMER ROSEDALE RESIDENT While rolling some very dense li-trec scrub in Nankerville's paddock at Fakenham on 13th inst., Francis J. Tribolett discovered some human re mains. U is believed that they are those of Jamc-' Vincent, formerly a bootmaker at Rosidale, who dis appeared from tlie I'akenham Salvation Army Home on August iG, 1913. Vincent was last seen at midnight on that dale on the fringe of the scrub where the skeleton was fcund. The police and the public made a closc search at the time of the dis appearance. All were satisfied that the old man had perished in the scrub, and that his remains would sooner or later be found there. The relatives had offered a reward of £1 for the discovery of the body. Tribolett informed the police of his discovery, and Constable Slaher took charge of the remains, and reported the matter to the Coroner. Vincent carried on successfully for many years a bootmaking and repairing business in Prince street, R...
IS UNEQUALLED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
IS JNEgUALLED Everyone should keep a reliable remedy in the home for immediate uic in case of bowel trouble. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is unequal for this com plaint. If given at the first unusual loose ness of the bowels the attack may be avoided. Even in the most severe and dangerous cases it has never been known to fail. Sold by J, Williams, Rosedale
SHEEP ON ROADS GRASS GLUTTONS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 January 1915
SHEEP 'ON ROADS GRASS GLUTTONS At last meeting of the MafTra Sbiro Council the herdsman eoui|'laiucd with regard to people travelling largo mobs of sheep on tbo Sbiro roads. A systematic Bcbime was in operation to evade the Act. After some discussion it was de cided that the herdsman bo empow ered to see tbe Sbiro Solicit or and etnte a cnsc. -"Spectator."