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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 February 1915
.XZETE] J^OJICRIALC AND CAKRAJUXO, DKNISON AND WILLD.NO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURBDAY MOBNINO.I THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1915 ' LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedala ou Friday, February 2G, and may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel (rem 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Owing to the local hall being engagad to morrow (Friday) nfternoon. tho usual weekly meeting of the Red Cross Society will bo hold on Saturday afternoon at the usual time. All members aro asked to be present. Nambrok races and eports will beheld on March 27tlr. Mr G. Lewie, assistant to Rov R. Mitchell, has received notico to transfer to Lands* borough. He will commencc his new duties on first Sunday in March. His successor is Mr Mackenzie. , Extraordinary low prices in furniture, etc., at Leslie's-See new advt. in this issue. Applications are callod for leasing a pad dock of tho late J. Vinoent.-See advt. 103degs. in the shade on Monday last. The marriage of Mr Bert Lester, eldest 60n of our local sliiro secr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
D-Rr COLBEOK'S CURATIVE 'STR"DP for All Btomach Tronblea. Obtainable locally * from Mr John William?, Merchant, or direct from CHALLM AN,Chemiet, TUARALGON WORKER'S rnnrnm ACT State Insurance Office H. E. DU VE HAS been appointed Oovonimcnt ilepmcniative for ROSE DALE and TRABALUOK Uistricts, and .will bo pleased to givo all necessary inform ation regarding Compulsory Insurance ,4ddress-II. F. I)u Ve, ltosedale Li"ONS STREET, ROSEDALE HISHKS to.notify you that she lias j u=t returned from Melbourne with the Latest Styles, and is now pri pared to do - nil & CHILDREN'S CLOTHES All Cut by Scientific Methods Also all PlaiD Sewing done neatly and quickly Infants Woollen Things made to Order at any time COMS INQ GIVE HE1 2, TBISI. WILLI A 31 i DUBCAU The . " Photographer Raymond St. SALE SEAPORT.ON;C0JflMBA%&lt; ANDREWS'COOKING'STOVl SIHO FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOCUCI POSTED FREE. p L, AY TON BROS. The Satisfaction Store For Summer Comforts VERANDAH BLINDS Good Strong Canvas,...
S.S. PATRIOTIC NEWS Deaf and Dumb Work for the Empire [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
PATRIOTIC NEWS Deaf and Dumb Work for ths Empire Many of the examples of jouthful patriotism of young Victorians, which come directly under the ken of Mr \\\ F. Gates, M.A,, assistant chief inspec tor! one of the leading organisers, arc distinctly pathetic. Take one of icanyThe Deaf and Dumb School in St Kilda read, >n fhe metropolitan inspectorate of Mr ,1. J. Bothroyd, M.A-, Head Teacher Mr Cook has sent in a parcel of handkerchiefs, mitten?, gloves and nightingales to the Montague Depot for soldier?' use. '1 he\ery high quality of the work has delighted and surprised all who liave reen it," says Mr dates. Moie Splints Unfortunately Wanted I In thanking the Slojd boys of Vic toria, through their Director, Mr Frank Tate, for io,ooo splints,practically all of which have gone to the front, many of them with the Australian hospitals, Mr \\ alter C. Towns, o&icial in charge of the Red Cross Society, Government House, Melbourne, concludes his letter with: "May we ask ycur kin...
PICNIC AND CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
PICNIC AND CARNIVAL The Rosedale Swimming Club is holding us second aquatio oarnival on Saturday next, February 27, r ear the River Bridge. Several handsome trophies Lave been donated and frill be competed for on that day. The following is the programme : 1 ROSEDALE CUt', 150yds 1st Silver Cup (donated by Mr G. P. Hurren). Must be 10 or more starters. Entry Is 2 MEMBER'S HANDICAP, 100 yds-1st gold medal, (donated by Mr F. J.M'Carthy), 2nd trophy. Entry Is 3 NOVICE RACE, 75yds-let 10s> 2nd 5/. Entry 6d 4 BARREL RACE -1st 5s. En tty Gd. 5 CIGARETTE RACE-1st trop hy. Entry Gd. 6 DUCK HUNT-1st prize, the duck. Entry 3d 7 POTATO RACE-1st bag of potatoes, (donated by Mr F. J. M'Carthy). Entry Is 8 RESCUE COMPETITION-1st 5s. Entry Gd 9 EGfl" AND SPOON KACE-1st trophy. Entry G1 10 BOY'S HANDICAP. 75yds 1st 5.1,2nd 2s, 3rd Is. Entry Gd. BOY'S MAIDEN RACE, COydB 1st troi-hy, 2ml trophy. Entry free. 13 WALKING THE GREASY POLE-In trophy, (donated by Mr L. J. Ridgway). Entry 6 I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
TTiEVERINE FOR INFLUENZA and All Feverish Colds. 1/6 bottle, potted 2/. Obtainable locally from Mr John Williams, Merchant, or direct from CHALLMAN, Chemist, TRABAL GON "IV*. ASHBURTON THOMPSON'S SCIATJCA AND NEURALGIA CURE. An Eminent Authority's Cure for all Xervo Troubles, 2/6, posted S/. Obtainable locally from Mr J. Williams, Uerehaut, or direct from CHALLMAN, Chemist, TUARALGON. Farmers TUa BEST Liua of Farm Implements Vt'e can supply you with HEADERS, HARVESTERS, STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, DRILLS (Hoe and Diso pattern), DISC PLOWS (Set and Stump jump). SPRING TOOTH CUL TIVATORS, ONE-WAY CULTIVATORS, IIAHROWS (Single and Double Gauge), or bdj other Implement you may require MOULDBOARD PLOUGHS in . set and stump jump patterns All Implements Made in Australia Write fur Catalogue Nicholson & Morrow MELBOURNE District Representative W. J. Pendlelbury BOBEDALB Help lie Belgians! PUBLIC MEETING TO-NIGHT A public meeting will be held in the Rosedale Mechanics' Hall to-night at S o...
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
THE RIFLE A large muster of shooters turned up at the lucal range on Saturday last to compete for Mr L. J. Ridgway's trophy. The day was not the bes: for big scores but some very good shootiug resulted. The distances were 300 and 500 yards, and the winner turned up in V. Wright, who reached the possible 100 with a handicap of 15-14. W. Miller (12-10) 96 being runner up. All the other competitors shot well up, only a point or two separating them. The spoon competition for February finishes next Saturday, the 27th. At a largely attended meeting held on Saturday night last, it was decided that an effort be made to t'yand get the range shifted into the racecourse reserve, which would be a far more convenient site. Efforts to get a range elsewhere handy to the town have not met with success, and mem bers are hoping that no obstruction will be placed in the way of getting a range cn the racecourse. An interesting comparison as to the shooting of members of the club will be seen by the fol...
ROSEDALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
ROSEDALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE MONTHLY MEETING The ordinary monthly committee meeting of the above was held in the hall on Tuesday evening last, when there were present :-Mr Kleine (president), Rev R. Mitchell, Messrs G. P. Hurrcn (lion, secretary and treasurer), J. R. Green, J as. Steel Lester, G. Carlson, W. S. Bready, \V. Matthews. Correspondence. From Rankini Picture Coy., de manding the sum of £5/13/2 for alleged breach of contract.-Held over. From S. Boram, applying for the use of the the hall from 8 to 12 every Saturday evening for a dancing class, -Held over. From secretary Rosedale and District Progress Association, ap plying for the use of the members' room one evening monthly, and asking that the committee fix a small rental for the use of same On the motion of Messra J. S. Lester and W. S. Bready the application was granted, and it was decided to charge the Association the sum of 1/ per meeting. From H. A)len, complaining about tbe unsatisfactory state of the back yard of...
WILLUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
WILLUNG. From Oar Own Correspondent A nice thunderstorm passed ovci here on Saturday evening. 42 points of rain fell in a few minutes, and put a little water in the dams. Nearly all the paddocks were short of water and several owners had to drive their stock to the precious liquid, so the rain was very welcome. Altogether CO points were recorded on Saturday. Of course more is wanted as the dams will socn go dry if the hot weather seta in again. The annual meeting of the Mechanics' Institute was held on Saturday evening and a large number of residents turned out. The balance sheet for 191-1 showed u debit bal ance of £3, which was considered very satisfactory, Mr Ern. Eillman wa* elected president for the ensuing year and Mr W. Harrup was re-elected secretary. I notice at the laet meeting of the council that the new Willnng road is at last going to have a little rone to it, and 130 chains of cleating to be called tenders for. The resi dents expected th-U, by now, the road would be ne...
THERE'S A LONG LIST [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
THERE'S A LONG LIST [ There is a long '.ist of mo'hcrs in your community who will tell you that they keep j 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
AGED LADY Derived Great Benefit From Comstock's Nerve and Bone Linimint for Rheumatism [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
AGED LADY Derived Great Benefit From Com stock's Nerve and Bone Liuimint for RheomatiBm The powerful, penetrating qualities of Comstock's Nerve and Bone Lini ment acting through the ekin on the delicate nerves and muscles was never more forcibly illustrated than in a let. ter from a lady describing the great benefit her aged mother bad received from its use, for Kheumatic Pains. Mise A. Mantle, of Eastern Terrace, Queenstown, Otago, N.Z., writes : "I have pleasure in stating that my mother (Mrs Mantle) has received great benefit from jour very valuable Liniment for Rheumatism, alter trying many others, and receiving more jiain than benefit in the last 10 years. It is the only one that lias really done good, and she Is now telling it to everyone ehe meets. My mother has suffered much for many years, being now 71 years of age, and is in better health than I have Been her for years, for which 1 have to give you many thaakB, and hoj>o to see Comstock's Nerve find Bone Liniment contin...
STRADBROKE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
STRADBROKE From Our Own Correspondent Evidently the Railway Standing Commit tee has not forgotten us, as they favored us with a visit last week. They were showing the two new members through the district. They were welcomed at the titradbrook Hall by some of residents, and the ladies, not forgetting their pare, thoughtfully provided luncheon. No evidence was taken at the meeting, but everyone seems hopeful that this much needed link will eoon be put in. At last the formers think the welcomo change of the season has come. Saturday nigh: 75 poiuts of rain fell, and it bas fresh, eoed up the paddocks wonderfully. Water, holes have once more been replenished. Much to the relief of travellers, the sand I hills have cut dowu and a portion of tbe new I road gravelled. Grave doubts exist about the parts that have not been gravelled us old carriers say it will not stand tbe traffic.
RABBIT DESTRUCTION MEETING AT FLYNN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
RABBIT DESTRUCTION MEETING AT FLYNN Tho annual meeting of tho Lnv r Flynti'a Creek brunch of tho Rabbi/V"'-1 press.on League waa hold on the M L ?S"f at I'lytm station. There wn-n Hw" t S' J- FlU,ior Tci!''r T'n P £-5'' N' U'1,nno'- Lord, T l?I ' yon, P. Konyon, J Birklev p n lien* Stuckey, C. Faulkne'r. Jdo. And^,!"^ ,A James and JOB. Wtfght, and tho Zhh-? »po,tor(Mr E.O'ao"noil) wa. pro^' io' ^;oo'i,T0;ol^ni!i9rTctira"cd^nieJ Tho report of tho Iohruo was the motion of Mesirs Darr ,«j S tn Mr Whittakers w« re.o&^& the ensuing year, and Mr Barr hon n.t tary, on tho motion of Messr« r\lr> and Birkley. Tho membership fee, at one shilling per annum, on tha m r wnq ISSM ^'tStUCiey Rnd Jos- "Wfifillt0 '°rl waa decided that Fnday, March b0 ffirr'isr^ P nights, that is from tl,., 1 Bt of CoMmT! Mr O'Coiinetl, who addressed t>>" at some length, and whose £LarU 5 urged' the Cnieinben St" th^^'lf j^b^he D°J 17" t?Clear 0UttllQ rabbi?. it not wi-li to harrasa tho lando...
AUSTRALIA'S ELECTORAL SYSTEM MR WADE'S EXPERIENCE (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
AUSTRALIA'S ELECTORAL SYSTEM MR WADE'S EXPERIENCE (Contributed) The Federal Electoral Commission is collecting facts which show how im portant is that reform of the Common wealth Electoral System to which Liberalism has pledged itself. The Liberals of the 19th century fought for the extension of the franchise, for the establishment of political equality, ihey won their ultimate victory when the Constitution was drafted und adopted. But, no matter hew great the advance which one generation makes, the cround is lost unless the generation which follows plays its part. So to day there is a very real danger that manhood suffrage may give us a mis representation, hardly less grotesque than that of which successive reforms made an end. "With a Liberal franchise there must be safeguards," Mr Wade told the Commission. Years ago his Ministry realised that in New South Wales, as elsewhere the electors were falling into the clutches of wirepullers who forced there own nominees on a reluctant pa...
COWWARR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
CtfWWARR From Our Own Correspondent The harvest festival service at the Church of England waa well attended on Sunday last. Members of tho Toongabble Church choir drove over nnd the singing of the combined choirs was appreciated by the large congregation. The church looked very pretty with oaten ehcavc3 and maize de corations and the fruit and vegetables. The latter will be sent to the Gippsland Hospi tal. Rev Ingham conducted the service A meeting is to be held this (Thursday) afternoon at the Mechanics' Hall at 3 o'clock to discuss the forming of a branch of tho Kcd Croia League in Cowwarr. A good attendance is necessary, and all interested are invited to be present.
SNAGGING LATROBE SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
SNAGGING LATROBE SCHEME A further conference on the river improvement question will be held shortly, probably on Thursday, March ii, at Traralgon. A num ber of the district shire councils have already intimated that they will be represented, and the attendance should be large. It will very probably be the most imporiant conference yet held to debate this very old question, and it is most likely that a definite scheme will be adopted, and a plan of campaign decided on. Every resident in the district, and even outsiders . acquainted with the disastrous effects of the flocds, admit thai the river cban nel should be improved. It is also agreed that such improvements would very greatly increase the productivity o( thousands of acres of land at present returning' very little profit to the owner. It is even very likely that many landowners do not realise how great that increase would be, or they would be much more eager to see the improvement carried out. Mr Gluth, of the Public Works depa...
KEEPING ABREAST OF THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
KEEPING ABREAST OF THE Y/AR '.Life," the popular Australasian magazine, continues to provide a more comprehensive view of tbe progress of the war tlian any magazine we know.. The current (March) issue, for example coutains, in tbree section?, a masterly summary of tbe fighting of tbe month, by Dr Fitcbett, in which that brilliant writer describes (be warfare ill tbe tenches, tbe battles on the seas, and, finally, indicates io which direction tbe stream is running. To supplement this main statement of the position of the rival forces which, with its illustrations, occupies one-fourth of the total issue of "Lite," there are scoies of articles, pictures7 stories, and "explanations,"so that one feels after reading "Life," that he is kee| ing well abreast of the progress of tie tremendous stiuggle. Conspicuous amoDg "Life's" special articles are the following : "Snapshots of the Australian and New Zealand Forces in Egypt," by a special corres pondent ; "How the News is Gath ered from tbe...
PUNCHINELLOS RETURN OF THE FAVORITES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
PUNCHINELLOS - RETURN OF TUB FAVORITES On Tuesday evening next this pepular company will pay a return visit to the town. No doubt they will be greeted with % bumpor house. The programme simply teemB with humorous musical sketches-versatile and artistic. The following company numbers "Waste Not, Want Not," "Five Crows," "Fables Up-to-date," "Ten Raiding German Ships," and "LaughingEnsembles" provide endless amusement and laughtor. Mr Uish Dudley's latest hit, "Bolgium l'ut the Kibosh ou tile Kaiser," has won vociferous encores for the quaint and clever comedian all along the line. "Got to sing in Ragtime" and "Single Lnd Mairied" ato two most amusing musical sketches. ' The Actor's Dilemma" would evoke laughter from a sphinx. 'J he usual individuiU numbers will be sung by the artists. l'ho Punchinellos apparently liavo the knack of selecting items most suitable to public taste, a matter by no means easy. Maybe it has been their saving grace duriug these troublesome timeB. Prices are-...
KITCHEN MISHAPS The Daily Need for Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 February 1915
KITCHEN MISHAPS ' The Dally Need for Zam Buk Housework abounds with dangers, and prudoDt is the housewife who takes care to keep her homo supplied with soothing and healing Zam Bilk. Scarcely a day passes but what Zam Buk is needed for member of tho family. MrsW. Everett, 2G 1'arkes street, Rozelle, Sydney, says :-"About three months ago, whilst preparing a meal I kDOcktd n pot of boihng fat all over my leg and burned the limb in several places. The lotion and powder I got from the chemist seemed two strong, | for the sore increased in sire, and as the flesh liccame more eaten awnv, the ! agonising pain increased. I "Whilst the limb was in this dread j ful state my sister came and ndvised j me to try Zam Buk. So just by way : of a trial I decided to get a pot of the I balm. I ''Regular dressings of Zam Buk eub I dued the pain and inflammation, and as the treatment was persevered with, i it thoroughly purified the sore and caused it to start bealmg from the in ? s-ide. Every day that...