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PROSPECT RESERVE Ninety Mile Beach, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

PROSPECT RESERVE {From Our Own Correspondent) Ninety Mile Beach, Monday tutu you iiuvu a scuooi at jrrospect we cau come here and pitch our tents," said some of the campaigners. The children's education must not be neglected and as long as Prospect can supply a first-class teacher the parents are satisfied. The Education Department has sent a splendid teacbcr in Hiss Pattison, and there is an excellent at* tend&nco of boys and girls. On Friday evening last a Welcome was given to the tenchor in the hall, and in reply the teacher taid &ho would do her best to promote tho educational welfare of the chil dren at this seaside resort. Tho committee hive decided to erect a reading room ut the hall and tenders are re turoable on Tuesday ovening next. The annual cricket match between a team from Sale and Prospect players at the re serve on Thursday last-, r suited in an easy win for the seasiders. A concert and dance the same evening resulted in £6 being taken at the door. Th...

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

'Special Train; from MoT, Mirlioo ktli ud Bairnsdah IJosedale Racing Club ANNUAL MEETIHG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, '14 OFFICIALS. Patrons-Hon. K. J. Crooke, M.L.O., Mr Jas. Beonett, M.U .H, Cra A. G. Futcber, J. Widdis. G.N. Davis, Messrs J. W. Bowman, Theo. B. Little, Langlands President-Mr T. A. Umphelby Vice-presidents-Messrs A. W. Bowman, H. R. Anderson, 3. L. Bowman Judge-Mr T. A. tJrapliolby Starter-Mr J. Cairna Treasurer'-Mr C. 3T. Kleine Clerk oi Scales-Mr F. H. Ingle Clerk of CourBe- Mr S. llintoull Measurer oi Ponies-Mr A. Murrcn Handicapper-ilr A. H. Cox Timekeeper-M r T. Linton Secretary-Mr A. Allen Stewards-Messrs H. Shell. T. A. Anderson, A. W. Bowman, H. 15. Andurson, J. Widdis, A. Ulurren, X''. JMmics. PKOGEAMME : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of 10 Sovs. 7 sovs out ot stoke to goto second horse and 't sovs to third horse. About, but not less than two miles. Entry 10s, acceptance «£\. The winner ot Miy jumping race, ufter declaration of weights, to cariy a 7lb penalty ; two or m...

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

SHIRE OF ROSEDALE PRESIDENT-A. G. FUTCHER, J.P. SECRETARY-J AS. STEEL LESTER, J. P. . ENGINEER- H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS .ROSEDALE RIDING-"Hon. E.J. Crooke, M.L.C., A. G. Futclier, J.P.I and T. A. Umphelby DENISON RIDING-*G. M,Davis, John widdis, J.P., .and T. Kenevan TOONGABME RIDING-*\V. A. Lang,, D. Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, J.P. * Retires August, 1914 MEETINGS March 1G May 18 July 21 September 21 November 16 G-ive Your Job Printing to the " COURIER" OFFICE. FOR 191-1 February 16 April 20 June 15 August 17 October 19 December 21 Satisfaction Guaranteed ! Do you Subscribe to the local paper? YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT. Wholesale Only-l»r,TEKSO.\ k CO. I'I'V. I,TI> . MKLKDL'RXE 1 When your children have croup, do not | waste valuable time in experimenting with < untried remedies, no'matter]how highly they maybe recommended, but give ^Chamberlain's I Cough ^Remedy as directed and all symptoms [ of croup will quickly disappear. jsohitely r THE BAROMETER THER...

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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

+ TH-E J^OSEILALIE AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISOK ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, FEB. C, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Air TatterEon, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, January 27th, March 27tb, and April 24tb, and may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel from 10 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. The annual meeting of subscribers to tbe local Mechanics' Hall and Free Library, which lapsed for the want of a quorum on Tuesday 27th ult., will be held next Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. Subscribers please note. Three horses will be sold at the Rosedale Pound on Friday, February 18tb. When the adjourned ease, in which L. C- Pat ten charged with imposition on Mrs limbs, was called on at the local polioe court on Friday, Superin tendent Fowler asked for leave to set aside the caso for the time being as it was his intention to proceed on an information charging Patten with endeavouring to impose on several persons between certain dates. The Superintendent contented that whilst there were several com...

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Church Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 February 1914

Churoh Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. VHURCH OF ENGLAND Rosodale. 11 and 7.80 Qormandale 8., Willung 8. PBESBYTKR1AN CnURCD BosedaJe 11 and 7.30 Deuiaon West 11, Nambrok 3, Flynn's Creek 2.30. Flyan 8.

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THE RAINFALL. ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

THE RAINFALL. ROSEDALE Tbe following is the rainfall for January as registered by Mr-G. P. Hurren ' - 82 12 13tb 19 h 20ih 26ih 27tb 28th 29 tb 2 01 1 59 1 Total 1.58 Tbe rainfall at Bosedale for January for the last seven years is as follows: 1907 .31 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1.12 1.22 1.65 8.18 .55 .85 1.58

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30-YEARS-OLD ECZEMA Skin Like Raw Meat Splendid Cure by Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

30-YEARS-OLD ECZEMA Skin Liko Row Meat Spleadid Oure by Zam Buk Telling bow Zam Buk proved equal to curing Eczema that for 30 years bad defied doctors and all other treatment. MrDix, of *1-1 Lower Street,'Leeder vllle, Perth, W.A., says : "For thirty years I suffered fearful pain and misery from an outbreak of burning, itching eczema, round the joint of my rigbt knee. The constant irritation was intolerable, and as I gradually got worse and worse. Many a time I bave scratched until theblood has run down my fingers and the skin looked just like a piece of raw meat. "All my efforts to find a cure were fruitless, and I bad doctors' treatment in Adelaide, Broken Hill, and Victoria. 1 had just about lost all hope of ever being free of this awful disease when a friend gave me a pot of Zam Buk. "I really used it to please him, but the applications brought such relief that I soon sent for another ) ot from the chfmists. I continued to apply Zam Buk to the Bores and it speedily put an end to...

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A SETTLER'S LETTER TO THE "LEADER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

A SETTLER'S LETTER TO THE "LEADER" bir,-As lar as lulmany Park 19 concerned, no satisfactory crop of beet baa been produced, not even on the Government plots, where the land is the highest priced on the estate. The higher return last season was not quite six tons to the acre, and this year the crops do not appear nearly as good as last. Kilmauy Park Ehould not be classcd »ith Boisdale as a similar olass of land. They' are totally different, and canuot be compared one with the other. However, the main point I want to emphasise is that no 6-ton per acre crop of beet; costing at least £10 I er acre, lo grow, can be considered satisfactory. .Yours, etc. ! r SETTLER Kilinany Scullj, 23rd January.

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THT DISSATISFIED SETTLERS' VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

THT DISSATISFIED SETTLEKS* VIEW . If tbe Government does not take notice of tbe mutterings of the settlers on Kilmany Park Estate it will not only outvie tbe Flinty Hearted Land lord, but will probably find a great part of the estate left on its baDds. It would not take compulsion to get tbe beet grown tbere if it paid, but tbe settlers say it has not paid either Gov ernment or settler. A9 for tbe bad season-tbey SBy it ia not a bad season for otber crops in these parts, aud the yields bear them out. It is also claimed that there is no justification for tbe suggestion that perhaps tbe complaints arose from tbo3e who do tbe least work. That is an old gag which is unfair to tbe hardworking settler wl-o is so hampered by tbe conditions that he can make no head way. The Kilinany settlers feel that their land is not equal to Boisdale, in any case for beet growing though even there they say that the department's backers have to produce Mr Noble on every occasion to prove what a splendid t...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT The repoVt of the sub-committee ap pointed by tbe first Walt Ministry to investigate matters in connection with closer settlement was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Tues day, tird inst., by the Premier. The board consisted of Messrs T. Livingston (chairman), J. Thomson and J. H. Owen (secretary). The following concessions, with recommendations attached to each, weie among those submitted : Clause GO is unquestionably a clause of serious dissatisfaction, and in some cases is imperilling settlement. 25-That we desire to impress on the Cabinet at an early date, . the most careful consideration should be given to the matter. In.1912, the settler'B on the Eilmany Park Estate were forced into specially plough ng and planting certain areas of their holdings in beet. The result was an absolute failure, and compared with their resources, a crippling loss. I The settlers had no voice in the matter, although the lateness of the season made it impossible that...

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THE RIFLE UNION MATCHES TOONGABBIE From Our Own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

THE RIFLE UNION MATCHES TOONGABBIE From Our Own Correspondent. The Union Match, which was to lake placc on Salurday last at Toon gabbie w.th a le.im from Drouin, was forfeited to Toongabbie owing to Drouin not beirg able to raise a team, and places Toongabbie club 3 wins out out of 4 maichcs in connection with the summer trophy. The. club hod provided refreshments for the visiting team on the range and did not receive word that Drouin was not coming until an hour hefore the match was to take place. A set match was then arranged between teams picked by the captain and secretary and fired off on the same conditions as forfeited match, viz.-14 shots and 2 sighlers optional at 600yds and resulted in a win for secretary's team by two points. . The ladies looked after the shooters with the refreshments that had been provided for by the club. The following aie the scores with handicap included: - CAPTAIN'S TEAM SECRETARY'S TEAM A. P Molden 70 N. Gales 70 Capt" Gales 67 Secty. Nippe 67 H. G...

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SAN REMO [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

SAN KEMO Our old townsman, Mr C. I Du Ve> who is spending a few weeks at San Remo, writes: A very enjoyable holiday can be spent at this wateiing place in Westcrnport Bay, it being on the mainland west of Phillip Island, and is reached from Melbourne by a pleasant journey by tail to Sfony Point, thence by the "Genista," a small screw steamer, which plies daily to Cowes, Rhyll, Newhaven, and its home port San Remo. On the way from town ore can observe from the train the devastation caused by the late fire at Chelsea, where numerous nice villa residences were burned down, and only gaunt chimney stacks are left to mark the spots where happy homes existed. Arrived at Stony Point, the passengers walk down a long pier, while their luggage is put on trucks and wheeled away by the boat officials and placed on board the steamer. With a favorable wind, cr a calm day, the passage across to Cowes is very pleasant, but with a north wind, which invariably raises a choppy sea, it is the reverse...

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GLENGARRY v. MOE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

GI.ENGARRY V. moe A Union Rifle Match was fired between Glengarry and Moe on Satur day on the Moe range. The day was a pleasant one, and the visitors were kindly entertained at dinner hy the Moe Rifle Club. Glengarry shot one man shoit, but nevertheless won by three points. The following are the scores and handicaps: GLENGARRY Off Rifle Hep. Total D. Christensen 62 10 . 70 O. Christensen 62 10 70 G. King ... 61 8 69 R. King ... 60 S 6S F. Bermirgham 59 .18 70 A. Christensen 55 12 67 Counted out H. Christensen 39 20 59 W. Harrison 35 14 48 W. Humphrey 44 14 58 MOE. J. McGrath ... 61 9 70 J. W. Bohodattzer 57 14 70 F. Fricker 57 12 69 W. Lindlaw ... 56 13 69 A. Blair ... 53 14 06 E. Hunter ... 61 6 67 I Counted out J.Talbot ... 33 20 53 J. \V. Fickner 52 S 60 1F. Halden ... 58 7 65

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

7 f 1 - % !jJ /-"..> vs£*'^) _ / z, _ / !£&?:& 7~*% A -?& t ^ * > Cv-J'5'rJjf-vk s extraordinary offer it made txcause of facts: The known medicinal properties of Gin Pills ,nd the honesty of human nature. Kach Gin Pill contains all the constituents of a pint uf the finest gin combined with other diuretics by a new method and process, and form a remedy which effects cures in 99 cases out of ICO. Gin Pills are put up in glass bottles hermeti cally sealed, and we sell them to you with the absolute guarantee that i( they do not cure you we wilt refund your money. bottles at 1/6, than double the They are sold in two s rger bottles, holding limntity at 2/6, ,;e bottle at 2/6, and give them a fair two-thirds of the bottle, and if you feel not benefiting you, return your bottle to the Chemist or Storekeeper from whom you pur chased them, and be will refund you the money, or communicate direct with the Sheldon Drug Company, Ltd., 15 O'Connell Street, Sydney. Un...

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NAMBROK MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

NAMBROK MECHANICS' INSTITUTE The annual meeting of the above was held on Tuetday, February 3 There was a fair a'.tendance, Mr D. M. Davis presiding. The secretary pre sented the audited balance sheet for ihe year, which showed that the hall was in a flourishing condition. The total receipts from all sources for the year ending December 31, 1913, amounted to £79 16s 4d. The total expenditure was ^40 6s 4d,. thus leaving a credit balance of £39 ios. This reduces the debt on the hall frcm £175 17s 7d. at the end of 1912 to £136 7s 7d. One disappointing feature was the meagre support given to the library by residents. There is now a splendid collection of books in the library and it is hoped that a greater number of subscribers will enrol during the forthcoming year. The election of office-bearers for 1914 resulted in the following being un animously elected :-President, Mr M. Boland ; vice presidents, Messrs Shaw and Bunston ; hop. secretary, Mr N. W. M'Innes, re elected; treasurer, Mr...

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LADY DENMAN ADVERTISES GIPPSLAND NAME THE PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

LADY DENMAN ADVERTISES GIPPSLAND NAME THE PLACE Tbe Melbourne correspondent of the "Bulletin" fays:-Lady Denman le ctnily discovtnd a curious thing ID the Gippsland wilds. Riding with btr party ilirough a forest of bu^e dead timber, she pulled up for a drink of water at a cow cccky's place. As I remarked before, the timber every where was dead, and, in addition, there was tiot a patch of shade to be seen ; yet the prcfferfd cup of water, which the Bible asserts is tbe least hospital ity one can offer, \va3 not luke-warm, but ice cold. "Got it out of the tunnel," exclaimed tbe forest dweller. The "tunnel" turned out to be a cave juBt big enough at tl.fi mouth to admit a man standing upright ; at the far end was the sprirg ut which tbe cup bad b«en filled. Similar caves are close handy to every home in the district. It rfminds one of Donald Macdontlu's description of tbe tunnels at Mafeking. Everyman bad bis own private burrow to dive into when shelling started.

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THE COMING STRUGGLE IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

"THE COMING STRUGGLE IMPORTANCE OF ORGANI SATION Thei.e arc many Liberals who fail to realise.ilie importance of organisation. Labor is alwajs organised ; there are more than four hundred thousand adult Unionists in the Commonwealth, and the vast majority, practically the who!-*, ol the Unions are political bodies. Liberal organisation is difficult. The reason is simple, Liberalism stands for f eedom of the individual. There is no particular class interest nhich binds Liberals together as Trade Unionists are united by a desire to raise their wages. The suppotters of the Liberal Party are drawn from all classes, to preserve the highest traditions of the British race. At the present moment this question of organisation is of more than ordinary importance. There is li tie doubt that the double dissolution is comparatively near. Labor's victory in N.S.VV. has inspired it with the fighting spirit, A few months, even a few weeks hack it feared fight, but now, righ'ly or wiong ly, it think...

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GOT VERY WEAK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

GOT VERY WEAK "My boy Jaqk was very bad with Diarr hoea" writes*'Mrs M.Lee, Forbes, N.S.W "For quite a forthnight he WAS ill and got very weak. My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to our surprise one dose completely relieved him/' £old by Williams Rosedale.

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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.] BOOT-MAKER FOR ROSEDADE TO THE EMTOH OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always open for free discussion on public topics, etc, wo do not hold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by the writers of the letters.] BOOT-MAKER FOR" ROSEDADE TO THE EMTOH OF THE "COUWEIl'' Sir,- I was quiie unaware of the fact that the R'>stdale Shire Council con template making hocts for the coun cillors and ratepayers, but on reading over a recent is?ue of one of the Sile papers, I noticed an advertisement inserted by the Shite secretary, where he advertised for a "Boot-maker." I have at all liiv.ea taken a keen interest in the doings of the councillors, and must compliment jou, Sir, for your interesting and lengrhy reports on the animated debates, which take place in the council chambers, but I must fay up to the present I have failed to see one report or account of any descript'ou of a debate on "Boot-iraking," and 1 think that Lcfore instructions were given to the Shire secretary 10 advertise for a "Boot-maker, that the...

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DEVELOPING VICTORIA THE LIBERAL POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914

DEVELOPING VICTORIA THE LIBERAL POLICY To put men on the land and to af ford them no adequate means of reaching the maiktt is a refined form of cruelty. A selector who takes up a back block may work heroically only to find that all the profit that should be his is lost because he has neither railway nor passable toads. His land may he rich, his yield may be abun bant, market piices may hi^h, and yet almost the whole may be useless to him because he has to take the lightest cf loads over the wtrst tracks. In two respects at least the Liberal Party has done good woik, and pro poses to do still better as regards this matter of communication. It appoinled a Railways Standirg Committee. Son>c twenty years ago there was a scandal ous bribery of constituencies by the construction ot lines, some of which were obvious'y useless ; both in tbe city and in the country miles of rails laid in those days ol financial insanity have been allowed to rust. Then came a period of cheese paring almost...

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