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KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915

KILMANY From Our Own Correspondent There will be a considerable area | placed under wheat in the Kilmany dis trict the coming season. Nearly all the wheat crops grown last- season were successful yielding from 6 to 10 bags per acre. More loading accomadation will be i required at the Kilmany railway station as at the present time there is often a b'ock, and with the increased area under cultivation this should be one of the busiest stations in Gippsland. During the last three weeks the Nambrok farmers have been sending heavy loads of grain, chaff and pressed straw to the city, and to visit Kilmany station would confirm the opinion that this district is the granary of Gippsland. The weighbridge which was erected by the Government at Kilmany for the beet is being dismantled and will be erected at Powerscourt siding. The settlers' annual picnic was held on Monday last in beautiful weather.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915

Theo. B. Little & Co "Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYKIELD. and 457 BOUBKE ST., MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, Feb. 26 THEO. B. LITTLE A- CO. win hold tbeir next Sale in Kelly's Yards, 011 above date, when they will sell 350 Head of JIi.\fd Cattle 600 Sheep ENTRIES LEFT AT '?COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may be made with THEO B. LITTLE A CO Troralgon HAIiE BOllOVCn TAKBN To-morrow (Friday) rjiHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at I the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head of Mixed Cattle, including fatB SO Fat Sheep 'PHEO B. LITTLE and CO will hold JL Special Sales asunder LONGFORD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY !l Sale Sheep Sale TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Sale Horse Sale WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Stratford Sheep Sale WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 HEYFIELD Wednesday, February 10 THHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell JL as above, at 1.30 p.m., in tbeir Iley field yards 100 Prime Cattle 150 Prime Sheep TRARALGON Tuesday, February 9 THEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell a...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915

PHONE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Kutehei ROSEDALE. i{;ent Tor ROYAL F1KE INSURANOE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment Bonuses Annually W. Hollow ay Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale 1'UIIHC iVOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on any ?£~^- portion of tho HOLEY PLAIN! ESTATE nftor th'a JatowiU bo PROSE GUTED " E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry l'AINLKSS AMI I'MU'KCT By a Now Method-no pricking of tlic needle and no bad after efTccts. livery body Astonishod. Why to men who hurt yon, whon I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON Visits ROSEDALE at Exchan^a Hotel FEBRUARY 20 ALL DAY Messrs T. V. Trood (L.D.S., B.D.Sc.) Chas. B. Trood DENTAL SURGEONS RAYMOND ST., SALE Phone No. 25. I'UBLIC XOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACREADIE, Willung Wholesale Only-PETERSON & CO. I'TY. LTD., MELBOURNE When your children have croup, do no...

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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915

Church Services CATHOLIC Cnunoii. Cowwarr 9. CUORCn OF ENGLAND Bosednle - Morning Prayer 11, Evoning Prayer 7.30. Harvest Thanksgiving Sorvicos. Willnug 11. Denison 8. PRKSBYTKRlAN CHURCH Bosodalo 11 and 7.80 Nainbrok 3, Flynn's Crook 2.80* Flyon 7.30

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 February 1915

FUNERAL XOTICE THE Friends of Mr J. W. Turpin, of Willung, aro respectfully invited to follow tho remnioa of his dearly beloved wife, Surah, to their Inst resting pUcp, tho Rosedale Cemetery. Tho funeral will oavo his residence at Noon, THIS DAY f lhur» day), arriving at Rosedale Cemetery Road at about 2 p.m. F. L. GRUBB, Unilertnkcr.

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KILMANY PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

mum PICNIC ? ^ good crowd assembled on Monday, 1st mat. at the third annual Kilmany Picnic m,"1 heIti in Mr Harris's paddock! 0 sPDt ®lioscn was an ideal one /or picnic purposes, and presented a very pretty an pearance the hill overlooking '.he river being dotted with picnic parties, while nearer the river the committeehad a largo liiarqueo wTfrni'i"0 the'ttdies' committee worked hard, and deserve the greatest credit for tho success which attended tho refreshment part, everyone present being attended to. The sports arena, where a (,ooi programme was ran tff, was looked alter ty the follow T Ken,ledi'' M'Fadyen and I. Smith, handtcappeis ; Mr Tyler, starter : MessrB H. Filter, K. Goodman and Kerr judges j Messrs J. Biicli, J. O'Connell and H. Trew also being to (he front in rtnderinc assistance. Mr G. C. Lyndon made a most capable secretary, and had everything in wind f n I0-- as tre«»rer, was the trtendofall, and it appeared to give him as much pleasure to hmd the prize lo the winne...

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TRAVELLING SHEEP CASE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

TRAVELLING SHEEP At . the Toongabbie police court on Wednesday, 3rd insi., Infore Mr Hariis, P.M., T. C. Rowley, ranger of the Rosedale Shire, proceeded agiinst Roheit Slub ber, for failing to travel his sheep the required distance on' the 51b January. Mr G. H. Wise for informant, and Mr A. F. Rice for defendant. Evidence was.given for the prose cution by Messrs Rowley, Hodder and Miuchin, which showed that defendant failed to travel the six miles. For the defence Mr Rise staled all the facts for the prosecution were ad mitted, his defcnce was that his client had a lawful excuse for travelling slight ly less than *.be distance He arrived at Mr Minchin's and had his sheep dipped and drenchcd on the .fh January, and after consulting with Mr Mincbin, he intended taking the sheep to his own place at Heyfield and spel ling them a few days hefore putting them up for rale at Traralgon. When he had gone some distance he found two large mobs of sheep on the road in front of him, and as some ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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TO THE MAN OF BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

TO THE MAN OF BUSINESS Little bits of printer's ink A little type "displayed" Make our merchant princes And all their big parade Little tits ol stinginess Disregarding printer's ink Busts the man of business . And sees his credit sink Little bits of "ads." At our Moderate Rate Keeps the man of business Always Up-to-date

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THERE'S A LONG LIST [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 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. Iain's Cough Remedy is the mother's favourite and it can be given to any member of the family, from the eldest to the youngest, Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

Do Not Neglect position, oth competitive age everyone who hits to rely upon his own exerttons (or o livelihood, needs to be keen and alert. More than ever the battle I* to the strong. It should not be pure blood. Stomach, bowel and Jh Irregularities always lend to Impure Im poverished blood. Such conditions do not tend to Improve mental uctivlty. II, there fore. you would maintain a healthy mind in a healthy body, you will be well advised To Take value In most cases ol digestive disturb' ance. It Is impossible lor > ou to feel really well and to be at anything like your best. If you lack good appetite, sound digestion, and healthy regularity of the liver and bowels. Health con be promoted by the sensible use oi Betcham's Pills, which, being composed of specially prepared In* gradients ol vegetable origin and proved curative value are always reliable. A good aperient medicine Is a real necessity at times for everyone, and you cannot do better than have recourse to this world famou...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED Zam Buk's Sensational Healing Ends 29 Years' Disablement [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

POISONED AND ULCERATED 2am Buk's Sensational Healing Ends 29 Years' Disablement Badly crippled by poisoned ulcers cm her leg, Mrs E. Bohan, of 5 Maclag gan-street, Dunedin, N.Z., was threatened with permanent lameness until sbe got Zam Buk to draw out tbe corruption and perfectly besl the limb. "Fearful leg ulcers," said Mrs Eoban, "caused me 29 years of pain and Buffering. Tbe trouble'in tbe first instance resulted from a kick, but blood-poisoning which afterwards set in reall/started my long life of misery. "Tbe burning pain and irritation set up by tbe sores waa awful, and it gave ma no rest, either day or nigbt. "I attended tbe Hospital for seven months altogether and underwent two operations. But' the treatment mado my legs even worse and tbe crippling ulcers spread round the ankle. When hospital doctors bad failed, I began, to try all sorts of ointments and reme dies that were recommendei, bat they wire quite UBeleBS, ' At length I got a pot of Zam Buk, tbe one remedy tbofc wa...

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ROSEDALE RACES TO DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

RGSEDALE RAGES TO DAY Following are the Handicaps : Handicap Hurdle Race, of 50 sovs. -Powerful ri.i3, Peisian Light 10.12, Puzzled 10.7, Bohemian Boy 10.2, Wessex 10.0, Cooma 9.5, Sederick 9.5, Sir Bohert 9.0, Red Ronald 9.0, Merry Monarch g.o, Maggie Ford 9 o. Trial Handicap, of 20 sovs.-High land Belle 10.3, L.K.G. io.i, Heather Maid 9.12, Debut q.12, Bid 9.7, Nim ble Lad 9.7, Ramoth 9.7, Setam 9.5, Height 8.7, Caracre S.7, Dream Man S.7, Majestic Maid 8.5, Patey 8.3, Sojer 8.1. The Marne 7.12, Miss Fife 7.11, Golden Action 7.11, Mainstttch 7 .10, Baidalia 7.7. Rosedale Handicap, of 75 sovs. Earl Godwin 9.1, Culwalla 8.7, Euro bin 8.7, Clinch 8 6, Julia B. 8.5, Quarry Park 8.1, Lady Jane, 8.1, Per sian Light 8.0, Prince Aurate 8.0, Bid 7.10, Sequarious 7.9, Miss Roy 7.7, Lynceus 7.7, Little Slam 7.2, Odic 7.0, Bardalia 6.7. Amateur Handicap, of 30 sovs. Winnipeg 12.13, Styx 11.11, Debut 11.S, Barwidgee 11.6, Ramoth 11.o, Pella io.i:, Botany Bay 10.8, Cora mina 10.7, Ooramina 104,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

*rlt Riclgwatfs DON'T MISS This Great Opportunity lu order to Reduce our Very Large Stock of HKCQKDS we HAVE DECIDED to GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE 0lU' °f those Beautiful Gramophones to Any Person who will Purchase 3Q) TlflTEN" RECCJEEBS at 3/ each. Every Record iu Siock is ft Picked One from all the BEST TITLES ITAIiRY LAUDER HILLY WILLIAMS I'ETEll DAWSON EUNEST PIKE WILL OAKLAND WILL EVANS COLIN &? IIARLAN ADA JONES FLORRIE FORD CONCERTINA SOLOS ACCOIiDEON SOLOS CORNET SOLOS VIOLIN SOLOS BANJO SOLOS BAND RECORDS DESCRIPTIVE RECORDS SACKED SOX3S unci MUSIC DIGEST WHAT YOU EAT Do you enjoy what you eat ? If you don't, your food docs not do you much good. There Is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body exccpt by nourishment. There is no way to nourish the body cxcept through the stomach. The stomach must be kept healthy, pure and sweet, or the strength will go down and disease will result. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are the remedy that everyone should take...

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MAN'S TERRIBLE DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

MAN'S TERRIBLE DEATH A very sad accident occurred at Mr Burley's sawmill on Mr C'air Bock's properly, Rosedale. Mr James M'Ewan was wheeling the sawdust from the pit when a ditch of timber got away from the men at the breaking down saw and shot across the skids, and striking the unfortunate man ou the body, crushed the lefl side to a pulp- He only lived a few minutes. Mr Burley did all that was possible, and telephoned for Dr Hagenauer, of Sale, who was promptly on the scene, but said life was extinct. The unfortunate man leaves a widow and three children (the youngest being only three months old) at Tcongabbie, for whom great sympathy is felt. Air Burley had his men insured under the Workers' Compensation Act. The Inquest An inquest was conducted yesterday morning by the Deputy Coroner, Mr Jas. Steel Lester, J.V. Wiliiam Gilbert, carpenter, of Glen garry, said deceased was his sister's husband. . Charles Burley. sawmiller, Rosedale, said on ihe day r f the fatality he saw deceased ...

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ROSEDALE ADD DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

ROSEDALE ADD DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION The monthly meeting of the above _« held in the local hall on Monday Tvening last- Pre8CDt : ^r. C F" Klcine (president), Rev R. Mitchell, Messrs Geo. Rintoull, W. S. Bready, t R Williams, G. Lewis, T. Kelly, \V j. Pendlebury, L. J. Ridgway, J. d r.rppii. W. Holloway, G. Carlson and Secretary G. Green. Rules and Regulations As instructed, the sub-comn.ittee diew u,, rules and regulations and presented same for approval. After one or two minor amendments the fol lowing was received and adopted on the motion of Messrs J. R. Green and t i Ridgway .""" I That this Association bo callod ?<Tho Rosodalo and District Progroaa A"0Thiu°'it9 objects BIioII bo to watch over originate, and promote tho intorosts of tho Town and District generally <[ Tho ofticora shall consist of a Presi dent two Vico-Prosidonts, Socrotary and Tron'siirer (combined), and ft Oammittoo of seven (fivo to form a quorum) to bo elected at tbo annual mootin...

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NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

NAMBROK From Our Own Corrospondont The harvesting operations are nearly completed and the yields obtained have been very much better than was expected earlier in the season. The wheat yielded the best and in a few instances aver 10 bags to the acre were obtained. Some of the samples weie the best ever seen in the district. I3uyers (or grain and hay have bsen numerous of late and some very high prices were obtained, up to 8/ per bushel being paid for seed wheat. Several hundred bags were sold to Mallee farmers. Most of the hay and grain has been sold, but very little has been delivered, although a lot has has been sent from the station this last fortnight. The returns for last month of grain sent fiom the Kilmany station reached 7,000 bags, 3,000 being wheat. T his month at the present rate it is being sent away will easily beat the previous month. Wedtsday and Thursday last week a special train was sent from here, the ordinary being "unable to clear the station. A much better supply...

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MONEY MAKING—A NEGLECTED INDUSTRY BEEKEEPING FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

MONEY MAKING-A NEGLECTED INBUSTRY BEEKEEPING FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN (By. "W.E.M." for "The Rosedale Courier.") "The Age" correspondent writes <hat Mr Frost estimates his return from honej- for ihe season will exceed ^£1000. The wax alone (till return over £100. Other beekeepers are doing "ell. Thousands of pounds worth of honey (snd money) go to waste annually in our Australian bush, and on our farms and gardens, simply because bees are not kept in proper hives to gather it in for the owners. Australian honey now commands (op market prices, and ihe demand is in creasing since it is not put on the market in dirty kerosene tins, which damaged its reputation at the outset. "There is Money in Honey," to quote the cute Americans, who keep bees in their gardens and farms, and supply the world with honey and wax. The work is light,, interesting and highly profitable, giving an immediate return for very small outlay, and a little time and attention at odd spare moments. Heary...

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ROSEDALE SWIMMING MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

ROSEDALE SWIMMING MATCHES The annual sports in connection with the Rosedale Swimming Club took place on Saturday last at the river bridge. The attendance was very fair, and so far as the sports were con cerned ' everything passed off well, although the financial result was rather disappointing. During the afternoon Mr Douglas (in Highland costume) enlivened tlie proceedings by giving selected airs on the bagpipes. Results : MAIDEN RACE, 75ydB, Open to tboso who have never won a first prize, not in cluding boys' races under 1G years-1st 15a, 2nd 5s. A. Thorbourno. lOsec ... 1 Cliff Ross, scr ... 2 A good mco, won by a yard. Time, lmin. 2sec. SCHOOL BOY'S CHAMPIONSHIP, (for boys attending Rosedale S.S.) 50yds 1st trophy (donated by Cr A. G. Futcher), 2nd trophy. E. Mnrren, 1 Percy Mastars, 2 The two place boys swam lovel the wholo of tho distance, tho winner getting home by about ft foot. Time, 42sec. 100yds HANDICAP-1st 20a, 2nd 7s Cd. First Heat ClilT Ross, lGsec ... 1 Leo Cheyne, (...

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THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF JANAURY Rosedale. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF JANAURY llamilulo | |T1id following is the rainfall as registered by Mr G. P. Horrcn : 7th 8 h 20tb 22nd 23rd 28th Slat 106 49 17 18 10 9 16 Total 2.25 The rainfall at Rosedals for the let month of tbe lust five years is as follows: 1910 1.65 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 8.03 .55 .85 1.58 2.25 Carralungr The following is the rainfall registered by Mr L. T. M'Dormott : 1st 2nd 8rd 7th 8th 19th 20;h 22nd 23rd 28th Slst a n 12 88 21 o 81 82 10 Total 2.15 filontarry .Mr 0. 0. Moller, '-Meadow Ljndi," registered the rainfall as follows: - 7th 8th 2lst 22nd 28rd 28th Slst 64 24 28 16 4 6 10 Total 1.52 Xumbroh Mr J. Cunston, aenr., registered tbe rainfall is follows : 7th ... ... 118 8th 8 Slst 22 Total 1.48 Gormnndnle The following is the rainfall registered by Mr J. Gilsenan: 1st 2nd 3rd 7th 8th 20th 22nd 28rd 28th 31st 3 3 8 96 19 25 36 10 6 9 Total 2.15 Tbe showers have had the effect of keeping vegetation green and fresh. A good fall however would be wel comed, ...

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TO SWEETEN THE BREATH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 February 1915

TO SWEETEN TIIF BREATH To sweeten the breath take a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They are invaluable for the relief and prevention of disorders of the stomach and l»ver, which cause bad breath. They stimulate the bowels to perform their work, thus cleansing the system. By taking one of Chamberlain's Tablets at regular intervals you will never be troubled with bad breath. Sold by J. Wi liams, Rosedale.

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