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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 January 1915
PHONE 10 ?). F. Kleine Family Hutcher ROSEDALE. ATFCNt for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. I A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound INVOSTMONC J Bonuses A NNNNLLY W. Holloway Expert, on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale PUBLIC XOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on nny portion of THO HOLEY PLAIN E3TATE after this DATO will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry PAINLESS AMI PERFECT By a Now Method-no pricking of the needle and no bad after effects. Every* body ABtonisbed. Why ^o to men who hart yoa, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON Visits KOSEDALE at Exchange Hotel JANUARY 29 ALL DAY Messrs T. V,.Trood (L.D.S., B.D.Sc.) Chas. B. Trood DBNTAL SUHGEONS RAYMOND ST., SALE Phone No. 25. PUBLIC XOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACREADIE, Willung One's Reputation is what people Suppose it to be. One's Character is what people have Proved it to be...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 January 1915
TUTU J^OSCTLALC jfyttnrun. AND CARRAJUNG, DKNISON AND WLIXUNG GAZETTE | PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING ! I TH"UR5DAY, JAN. 28, 1915 j LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tattcrsoo, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, Januarj 29, | ami may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.S0 p.m. Mr R. Fanin Webb, of Traralgon, has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co, which is now holding fat stock sales weekly at New market. Mr Thomas V. Trood, who recently completed his course as a dentist and passed tbe examinations, has been taken into partnership by bis 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. The Patriotic Swimming Carnival to be held on Saturday, February 6, with fine weather, shculd piove the event of the year. The event is to take place at the Kiver Bridge, which is an ideal spot for picnickers, and as hot water will be provided, we are sure the...
A CERTAIN CURE EOR THE GERMAN MEASLES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
A CERTAIN CURE - EOR THE GERMAN MEASLES Mix some Woolwich Powders with Tinot, of Iron or Essence of Lead, and administer in pills (or shells). Have ready a little British Army (a little goe3 a long way) some Brussels Sprouts and French Mustered. Add a little Canadian Cbeeee and Australian Lamb and eeaBon with the best Indian Curry. Set it on a Kitchener and keep stirring until quite hot. If this does not make the patient perspire fteely, rub the best Russian Bears' Grease on his cbtst and wrap in Berlin Wool, Dr Cannon's Pres ctip. P.S.-The patient must on no account have any i^eace Soup until thf swelling in the head has quite disap peared.
SNAGGING LATROBE RIVER (To the Editor of the "Australasian.") [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
SNAGGING LATROBE RIVER (To the Editor of tho "Australasian.") Sir,-I wish to briDR beforo tho public nnd the Government a matter of great importance to tunny of this State, and porhnps in other pnrts of tho Common wealth. The subject in my minil is in connection with increasing our production nnd, fnced ns wo are at present with the difficulty of finding employment for tunny out of work, this is a splendid opportunity to do sornothing in this direction. I nm sure everyone must admit that if it is ne cessary to tako water to the dry areas, it is equally urgent to take tho water off land that is liable to flooding, The land I desire ; particularly to refer 'to is all that fertile and valuable valley of tho Latrobe River, in Qippsland proper, a short description of which appeared in your issue of December 12, In this locality the settlers have been struggling for years, surrounded by many difficulties but living in hopes that some day some thing would be done to relievo the great loss ...
ROSEDALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
ROSEDALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING Judging by the attendance at an nual meeting held on Thursday even-, ing last subscribers generally lake very little interest in the affairs of the In stitute. In addition to six of the retiring membtrs of the comniittee, the press representative was the only sub scriuer present. Those who attended were: - Rev R. Mixhell (in thecbair), Messrs C. F. Kleine, Jas. Steel Les'er, G. P. Hurren, C. Ayres, J. R. Greeo, and G. Carlson. Those present wondered if the absence of subscribers from the meeting could be taken as a compliment or otherwise. It would appear that they were satisfied with the way things bad been conducted during the past year, otherwise there would have been someone present to complain. Financial Statement The financial statement for the half year ending December 31, 1914, show ing a credit balance of £36 19;, was presented by the treasurer and received and adopted. Election of Office-bearers The following ivere elected: - Pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
THERE'S A LONG LIST There is a long list of mothers in your community who will tell you that they keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy always on hand. That they never allow a cold to get a firm hold on their home. They have found that one or two doses of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is the mother's favourite and it can be given to any member of the family, from the eldest to theyoungest Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale SILVI STAR STARC! THE BEST IN THE WORLD i" to 5 lb Parcel. INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES WILLIAM DUNCAN The . . . Photograph cr Raymond St. S -A. L E ilt ffiidgwms/s DON'T MISS This Great Opportunity In order to Rcduce our Very Largo Stock of GHiiEIOPBtONE RECORDS wo HAVE DECIDED to GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE one of these Beautiful Gramophones to Any Person who will Purchase SO TWIN HBCORBS at 3/ each. Every Record in Stock is a Picked One from all the BEST TITLES HARRY LADDER BILLY WILLIAMS PETER DAWSON EKNEST PIKE WILL OAKLAND WILL EVANS COLIN k HARLAN ADA JONES FLORRIE FORD CONCERT...
ONLY TEMPORARY AT FIRST [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
ONLY TEMPORARY AT FIBST Constipation is due to weakness of the bowels, probably caused by indigestion, and in the beginning is only temporary. Drastic physics cause it to become chronic* for they so weaken the bowels that they will not act ?without assistance. No case of chronic con stipation has ever resulted from the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets do not do the work of the bowels, but gently stimulate them to perform their own functions naturally and voluntarily. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
CARRAJUKG From Our Own Correspondent Mr E. Lay, son of C. H. Lav, of Carra- | jung, met with a serious accident on Thursday last, being kicked by a horse on the leg, which caused a compound fracture, the bone protruding through the flesh. I)r M'Lean motored out and set the limb, and I understand the patient (who is now in TraralgoD) is progressing satisfactorily. The hills are still maintaining their fresh appearance, although a couple of high north windy days last week changed the aspect greatly. The school children's cantata post poned from December, will take place on February 10. The district ladies are kindly requested to provide for the ball following the cantata. A patriotic concert and ball is to be held here on Easter Monday, April 5. The annual general meeting of mem bers of the Carrojnng Hall Committee took place last Monday week, and was poorly attended. This is flattering to the committee, for if disatisfaetion reigned, a better meeting would have taken place. The new s...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
. TIAI'EJ AND CAISIUJUNG, DKKISO.V AKD WLLLONa GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THPBBDAV MORNING THUKSDAY, FEB. 4, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Totterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, Fnbruarj 26, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. A big load of sawn timber from the Holey Plain sawmill (Burley's) was despatched from the local station on Monday. The Rev. Pricke't, who was in charge of S:. Mark's parish, Rosedale, recent ly, leaves for the front shortly. He has enlisted with the "bantam1! regi ment (s-footers) now being formed in England. Mr J. Bermingham, ol Glengarry, arrived back from the old country on Wednesday, 27th ult., and was heartily welcomed both at Traralgon and Glen garry. Mr Bermingham is looking well, although somewhat thinner, lor his tiip, no doubt due to the hot weather on the voyage home. He states that the Bank of England, Post Office, War Office and other places are netted over to provide against damage trom bombs dropped by airshi...
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING THURSDAY NEXT, FEB. II Sale of Booths [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING THURSDAY NEXT, FEB. u Sale of Booths The publican's booth was sold at Sale on Friday last by Theo. B. Little and Co., and was secured by Mr Shepperd, of Geelong, for ^"46/10/, which is a record price. Entries Handicap Hurdle Race, of 50 snvs. -Peisian Light, Bohemian Boy, Sir Bohert, Cooma, Powerful, Red Ronald, Wessex, Sederick, Puzzled, Merry Monarch, Maggie Ford. Trial Handicap, of 20 SOTS.-Bar dalia, Majestic Maid, Miss Fife, Setam, Height, Bid, Sojer, Nimble Lid, Golden Action, Heather Maid, Caraere, L.K.G, Patey, Mainstiicb, Debut, Ramolh, The Marne, Highland Belle, Dream Man. Rosedale Handicap, of 75 sovs. Miss Roy, Persian Light, Bardalia, Eurobin, Bid, Lady Jane, Earl God win, Culwalla, Sequarious, Lynceus, Clinch, Julia B, Prince Aurate, Quarry Park, Little Slam, Odic. Handicap Pony Race, of 15 sovs. Ballshire, Detonator, Flossie, Fluten, Splinter, Skidoo, Cygnet, Blusb, Panic, Prosperity, Mirth, Problem. Amateur Handicap, of 30 sovs. Si...
CHURCH NEWS PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
CHURCH NEWS PRESBYTERIAN. The annual meeting of the Rosedale Presbyterian Church adherents was held on Monday evening last, Rev. R. Mitchell presiding. The balance sheet for the past year, showing a credit balance of j£iS/io/i, which, on the whole, was considered very satisfactory, was presented by the treasurer (Mr Ren. Green) and adopted. The Managers' report was read, dis cussed, and finally adopted. The Sunday School Hall Fund amounted to ^112 odd. Five retiring members of the Com mittee of Managers were re elected. Those on the Committee are:-Messrs C. F. Kleine, H. L. Keys, T. Duck, G. Carlson, J. Wright, J. Wiight, jnr., R. Green, G. Rintoull, J. Whitton, J. M'Alahon, E. Cox, M. M'Donald. Mr Geo. Rintoull was re-elected secretary, and Mr R. Green treasurer. Messrs G. P. Hurren and W. Bready were appointed auditors.
ROSEDALE SWIMMING MATCHER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
ROSEDALE SWIMMING MATCHER n Th? '""owing aro tho handi^P8 f.~ rstsroSKr,,';,1""" r.?STl?rs'cn"&lt;&TTi. AdJio Thorbouruo "* BCr W. Booror B^r Archio Rood '** 4 John Batoson *" 4 Kon. M'Cartby "* &lt; C. Shiel - 4 p.re»SS.HUDI0Ar'«^ ' A. Tborbourno M* Willio Boorer "* *Cr Archio Rood *" 6 Kon M'Carthy "M ® m.Fb4aidenrace'75^"* # Cliff Rosa 8C? F. Booror - **' 8Cf" A. Farloy *" ?« J. Gi'sonan ' ,cc 6. Farloy . *'* A. Tborbouroo ficr W. Booror *" ^ lOOyda HANDICAP "" 10 JBCK PorfiDBOD, Salo R. J. Bishop, Solo " Lod Choyne, Maffra 6 E. Kincaid, Maffra A. ShiHRlos, Maffra . W. Weir J. Siavens, Traralgon " ? W. Bishop, Sale Jj C Stewart 4,4 ® J. Farley *** ^ Cliff Boss **' ^ F. Boores **' ^ S. Fnrloy **' G Farloy *" J® T»*'S w Ji;.Bu9hop' Sal° ' fi W« Bishop, Salo r ® \v. $*u°' Trarn,KOn io C. Stewart "* ^ «J» Parley "* *6 Cliff ROBS **" B. Kinoaid, Maffra *" ^ Leo Chcyoe, Maffra A. ShiDRleB, Maffra w. WrirEA8T STB0KE- 100i'*« C. Stewart "** SCr J- Farley '** 4 Cli...
SPLENDID RECOVERY Disorganised Digestive Organs, Corrected by Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
SPLENDID RECOVERY Disorganised Digestive Organs, Cor rected by Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills "I was a great sufferer from Indiges tion for a period of two years," writes Mr Robert Pickering, blacksmith, of 119 Panton-st., Golden Square, Ken digo. "I suffered great pain after eating, my digestion was thoroughly disorganised, and I gradually lost weight, and fell away in condition. Having recourse to many supposed cures to no effect, and seeing a pamph let concerning Dr Morse's Iudian Root Pills, 1 decided to give them a trial. After taking a few doses a visible im provement for the better was dis cernable. I continued the medicine until I completed the bottle, and am pleased to say I was permanently cured of Indigestion. They are also good for tho relief of Constipation, and I re commend them to my friends and acquaintances as a remedy, believing they are unsurpassed for Constipation and Indigestion. You can publish this positive testimony if you like."
ST. MARK'S. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
ST. MARK'S. I The annual meeting of St. Mark's Church of England was held on Thursday, 28th ult, when a. fair at tendance mustered at the Parish hall. Mr N. J. Djnne, who is temporarily in charge of the Parish, presided. The Guaidians' report was read by the secretary (Mr J. R. Williams) and showed that a busy and fairly success ful year had been passed through. The h'alance-slieet was read by the treasurer (Mr J. S. Lester) and showed that the financial end had scarcely been maintained, the Vicarage fund being in debt and the Church funds io credit £6, leaving a net debit of ^165, which it is hoped to materially reduce this year. The Board of Guardians elected for the present year are :-Messrs J. S. Lester, J. R. Williams, J. W. Donni son, j. N. Birkley, Chas. Ay res, L. Cox, G. Linford and A. Doolan. It is expected that a permanent Minister will be appointed within a few days.
FATHER AND CHILDREN CURED Festered Ankle, Grazed Shin and Piles Zam Buk is Always Dependable [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
FATHER AND CHILDREN CORED Festered Ankle, Qrazed Shin HDII Piles Zam Buk is Always Dependable Mrs B. Winefield, 10 Calder Road. Darlington, Sydney, says:-"Some time ago my little girl, Vera, full on to a broken bottle and cut her ankle to the bone. Within a day or two the wonnd festered and inflamation spread so badly tbat we began to fear that the child's leg was poisoned. "Vera was erippled and in great pain, and the nasty wound showed no signB of healing until we began to apply Zam Buk. ' This soothing halm eased the child's pain wonderfully, and drew away the infhmation, and thoroughly cleansed the nasty place. As I continued to use Zam Buk the wound began to rapidly heal until now Vera's foot is quite souod again. "My son, Keith, was also cured of a bad shin, got through stumbling up against a stool. The place discharged matter, and wa3 badly swollen. We again got Zam Buk and U3ed it with splendid effects. Bssides causing the paioful swelling to BubBide, it stopped the discharg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
WANTED KNOWN,-Job Printing executed on shortest notice, at ! moderate rates, "Courier" Office. Mamma's Going to Wash Me with REXQNA SOAP I I3al»y'* chief charm li'-i in his «i»/t ami lowly -kin. To acquire that purity a;;d (I'Oirai'y nf .ikin health, use He.vona .Skin an'l Swap. \V:t>Uin^ with >S&lt;>ap fix-t takes away all impurity and dirt, tlen tin- -kin cells ami actH a* a tonic upon tho cuticle, so that the elastic-it v is strengthened, and tlie result phVs the soft bloorn of health that wo see in early y»»utti. Nothing so promote* and maintains the purity of tho complex hands and hair, under all conditions as dues Rexona Skin und Facial Soap. It exc-U in purity, delicacy and fragrance, for it is medicated on thf> eamo principle ;.s 'lie f::tm&lt;ii-i l!e.vna Ointment. I'rice, 1/- per Uiblet. C. E. MILLER V.\I> to. FURNITURE KEHOYEUS AMI STOUKUS HIT COLLINS STREET MELBOl! R N E lMiones 027S- 1)270 LARGE NUMBEK VANS constantly travelling country; w...
MUNICIPAL RANGER'S POWERS LEONGATHA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
MUNICIPAL RANGER'S POWERS LEONGATHA, Tuesday. . In the local court to-day, before Mr P. Cohen, P.M , Arthur John Pyers, of Minjip, charged R. F. Bishop, ranger 10 the Woorayl snire, with having illegally impounded 1950 sheep on 31st December, for the re-" lease of which he had to pay £16 5s. Ccmplainant. in evidence, stated that his drovers had put the sheep in a lane on the township boundary prior to driving them to a paddock. The defence was that the driver of the sheep would not travel them when told to do so by the ranger. The P.M. contended that the sheep were not impounded illegally, as the council's ofiker had a right to see that they were moved on. The case was therefore dismissed. [The above i= a quicker ami better remedy than police court proceedings, and a btnofit to the shire funds. Unlike the recent travelling sheepcases nt Hosedale, where the shire goes to all the trouble to bring the offenders to book and the Crown collars all the fines. -Editor, "Courier"]
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 A Heal in Chaff Department of Agriculture v. Richard Farmer (Before Mr Harris, P.M., and Messrs John M'Mahon and Jas. Steel Lester, J.'s P.) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
BOSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 A Heal in Clmff Department o( Agriculture v. Richard Furmor (Bcloro Mr ilnrriB, P.M., and Mesera John M'Mahon and JOB. Steel Lester, J."a P.) Patrick rower, Inspector under Depart, inent of Af?rictillltre, proceeded against Hiclmrd Ktirmor, fnrmer, of Nambrok. for a breach r f "10 Chaff and Stock Food Act alleei»l! Ihat defendant sold clufl to one, lolin Williams, BUch chjfl not being hay chaff nnil thorn being no agroement botweon the parties for tho sale of othor chaff. A second charge was preferred against Fanner, 'hat on or about 23rd October, 1911 at Rosedale, being iho vendor of stock 'eed 'to wit, 1 ten of chuff, defendant did ncciect to give tho produoer an- invoice as required by tho Chaff and Stock Food Act, ^Mr Freeman reprofented the Department, Farmer wus defended by Mr Serjeant. Farmer pleaded not guilty. Mr Freeman in outlining the case said that under Section .! of the Chaff and Fodder Act any chaff sold must bo hay chaff, unl...
BLIND CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915
BLIND CONCERT The Blind Concert and Picture Co., is dow on a tour in Gippsland, and will give a performance at Bosedale on Tues day, Febiuary 9. The object .of the entertainment is a worthy one, and the company deserves the patronage of all. Mr H. L. Keys has undertaken the duties of hon. secretary tor the entertainment, and desires the co operation of all to make it the success so well deserved. Mr Keys will be pleased to hear from any friends willing to givo hospitality to the performersidnriug their stav in Bosedale. There are three blind and two normal sighted people in the company.