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CORRESPONDENCE A CORRECTION TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
CORRESPONDENCE A CORRECTION TO THE EDITOR OF TIIK "COURIER" Sir,-I beliovo that II win stated »t this meeting of residents and mombor of Road, Board on Monday Init, that myBclf and a number of mj neighbors would u*e tho road ^ throuxh "Glenwood" it that were taken over bv the Board. Well, 1 am only entitled to speak for myself ; and I mail eny no one had any authority to apeak for me. My viiilt to Konedale are only about annual ODC3, and the road in question ia of littlo or no interest. All cur interests lie towards Tratalgon, whero most of tho readouts hsro , ore interested in busings eonccrns, and do ; their business. Thcre'ore, pcrnor.ally, I i could not support ouo road or tho other. Vourt, do., TUKPIN.
LESS TO WORRY OVER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
LESS TO WOKRY OVER If mother never allowed a cold to run twentyfotir hours without attention there would be less sickness to worry over. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy should always be kept handy in the home where there are children. It is a perfect remedy for coughs, co ds, croup, whooping cough and bronchi is, and if given at the first symptoms will ward off the attack. Sold by J. Wi liams, Rosedale,
A VISIT TO THE MOSQUES OF CAIRO [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
THE MOSQUES OF CAIRO Mr C. W. Reed, who is with tho lit Aus tralian Division, writes Last Sunday, January 24, 1015, I had an opportunity of going through eomo of the mosques. Noel and I sot out for Cairo about 2.30 pm. On tho way wo mot two Korong Vale boys-the Hamiltons. Wo got half way in tho clectric tram-stood, for tho tram was crowded, so from Ghizeh wo went by oab to the oitadol. TbiB is an old garri* ion, you can look it up in bcok 1 sent you. Three mosques aro round it and through these wo wont. The newest mosque, erected to the present Sultan's great grandfather, is in tho citadel grounds. .The large dome at the entranco.is 200ft high and is snpportod by four great pillars of polished alabaster. The interior of tho dome is boautiful, being made of sandalwood, inlaid with ivory, ebony and silver. From the coiling hang hundreds of chains to which are attached thousands of lamps. The mosque is lit up only five times a year. On the floor aro beautiful carpets, big squares of de...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, MARCH 15 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
1 BOSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, MARCH Present : Crs Morgan (president), Crookc, Widdis, Davis, Henderson, ; Kenevan, Lang. Cr Umphelby was abseDt through illness. Ciirrcsiiondencc From Public Works Department, re | snagging t'lp I-atrobe, stating lhat there are no funds available at present. In regard to the council's remarks tlwt I it was a fat more important work than Yarra River improvements the Depart ment pointed out thai two municipal! lies were contiibuting £12,000 each towards the Yarra Beautification Scheme.-Received. | From Public Works Department, stating that the sum of £88 will be deducted (torn the Shire of Albeiton subsidy and added lo the subsidy Tor ] Shire of Rosedale.-Received. i From Municipal Association, asking for any motions that are wanted to be dealt with by the Conference to be sent on before May 31.-To be attend ?d to. I From J W. Bowman, stating that he did not wish at present to sell the stock camping ground at the lop of the Cutting.-Received. Frcm W,...
ALL YOU NEED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
ALL YOU NEED Much ill.healh is due to impaired di gestion. If the stomach fails to perform its functions the whole system becomes deranged.^ A few doses of Chamberlain's i Tablets is all you need. They will strengthen your digestion, stimulate your bowels, entirely removing that miserable feeling due to faulty digestion. Chamber I Iain's Tablets have relieved many i eopie I who have been acute sufferers from indi I gestion, so why not give tbem a chancc to j relieve you ? Sold by John Williams, Rosedsle
THE BELGIAN APPEAL GORMANDALE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
THE BELGIAN APPEAL GORMANDALE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Mr Chas. O'Connor, Gorman lale, writes: Sir,-I have forwarded the first in stalment of £20/8/2 to tlieLord Mayor, Melbourne, for tbe Belgiao Belief Fnod, and shall be glad if j-ou will publish the listjn your paper. On be half of tbe Gormandale Athletic Club I desira to thank tho Traralgoa Town Bind, the lady collectors, and the general public for their generous sup port to the collection taken up on tbe ground. I also thank Mr T. Standing (Mathieson and Divi?) for selling by uuciiou tha pig donated by Mr J. DosBfctt and myself. As there ara further amounts to come in this will be forwarded later. I am pleased wilb the Gormandalo appeal on behalf of those unhappy people. Belgium in one sense, bad absolutely no con ctrn with the war, yet she is the greatest sufferer of all. I trust it shall not be long before wo shall have tho Golden Rose of Peice. Collected on tho ground diy of sports, £18 17a 2d; J. Duckett £\, Walter Mor...
TOO GREAT A RISK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
TOO GREAT A RISK It is loo great a risk to depend upon neighbours or sending for medicine in eases of sudden attack of bowel complaint. Think of the suffering that must be endured until medicine can be obtained. The safe way is to keep Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy alway on hand. It has never failed to relieve diarrhoea, dysentery and pains in the stomach, and has saved more pain and suffering than any other medicin* kn«\vn. hold by J. Williams, Rosedale.
VALEDICTORY PRESENTATION TO MR AND MISS KEAVY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
VALEDICTORY PRESENTATION TO MR AND MISS KEAVY After being in charge of tha Rose dale railway station for nearly 2^ years Mr M. Keavy has been trans ferred to Boisdale, to which he and his sister will remove to day. During their residence here both Mr and Miss Keavy mace themselves most popular, while the former made many warm friends by the curieous and obliging manner in which he discharged his duties, making things pleasant and easy for all doing business at the station. Although it was not known unt l a fen dajs ago that he was severing his local connections, the district was speedily canvassed, and the response was so geneious and spon taneous that a large sum was collected. A social was held on Tuesday last and was largely attended by residents from all the surrounding districts and a very enjoyable lime was spent in danc ing and songs. During the course 1 f the evening, Mr Lester, on behalf of the nnmerous subscribers, presented Mr Keavy with a handsome suit case and travellin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
"Theo, B. Little & Co ' Stock and Station Agents. B08EDALE, BALE, TRABALQOH and HEYJtTlELD. and 457 BOURKE ST.. MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, March 26 THEO. b. LITTLE A- CO. win hoia their next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on »bovo date, when tbey will sell 350 Head of Cattle &lt;100 Sliecp BIfi VAKI)IV(. \\ A.YTEH Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or tnay be made with THEO B. LITTLE A- CO Traralgan HALE BOKOUGH YA11DN lo-inorroM- (Friday) the Borough Yards on the above date 12 Good Fat Bullocks 5 Prime Fat Cows 15 Fat Cows 100 Fnll.moutbed Ewes 70 Comeback Lambs Account Mr P. Donohue 10 Young Dranght Horses Sale Horse Sale Thursday, April 8 11lHEO. B. LITTLE A: CO., in conjunc tion with Messrs Campbell and Sons, will hold their neit Horse Sale as above at 1pm. MORWELL SALE Tuesday, March:!(» THEO. B. LITTLE A CO rRARALGON Tuesday, Mareli 2:1 THEO. B. LITTLE and co win sell at their Traratgon Yards as above Acct Owner 6 Prime...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
rnoNE 10 £, F. Kleine Family Butcher ROS'EDALE. apront for ROTAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.ll.P. SOCIETY, Sound Invostment Bonuses Annually W. Holloway Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND l'ETUOL). BEPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale I'UHIAC VOTICE ANY PERSONS shooting on soy portion of tho HOLEY PLAIN £ STATE after this data will bo PBOSE OUTEP E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry PAINLESS ASH I'kiuect By a Now Method-no pricking of the Qcodlo and no bad after elfectu. Every body Astonished. Why ^o to men who hart yon, whon I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON Visits ROSEDALE at Exchange Hotel MARCH 20 ALL DAY Messrs T. V. Trood (L.D.8., B.D.Sc.) Chas. B. Trood Dim BUHCxEONS RAYMOND ST., SALE Phone No. 25. We go to school to learn to read, We work to win a prize ; We read to learn what others sell, Then why not advertise ? ° may be recommended,' but give , Chamberlain's ! 3 Cough Remedy as directed and all symptoms \ jj of croup wil...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, MARCH. 18, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 18 March 1915
ASP CARRAJUNG, DESISON AND WILLDNO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MoBKIND j THURSDAY, MARCH. 18, 1015 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, . dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, March 26, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Mr R. Fariin Webb, of Traralgon, has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co, which is now holding lat stock sales weekly at New market. A Sale of Gifts, in aid of the Church of England Building Fund, at Kilmany, will be held on the 28th and 29th May. DR. COLBECK'S CURATIVE SYRUP for All Stomach Troubles, Obtainable locally from Mr John Williams, Merchant, or direct from CHALLMAN, Chemist, TRARALGON The Willung annual picnic will be held on Thursday next, the 25th inst. Grand display of autumn fashions commences at Layton Bros,' Traral gon, to-morrow.-See advt on fourth page. Mr Qeo. Anderson's tender (£18) was scoeptod for the fencing at the local cemetery. Note.-Entries will be rtceive...
SEEING THE WAR THROUGH A TELESCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
SEEING THE WAR THROUGH A TELESCOPE The Editor of " Lifn " is pursuing Lis brilliant and successful policy of his magazine to a review of the War as a whole. Dr Kitcbett is particularly well equipped for dissecting "and esti mating the TBlue of the news tbat comes to us in diib? and drabs through the cable?. He knows every foot of ibe battlegrounds, and is familiar with both ancient and modern methods of warfare. Consequently, the five sections into wbich be divides bis review of the war in the April issue ol "Life"-just to band-are five com plete studifs tbat, together, make a perfect record of the operations during the mo: tb. It was a happy thought to combine with these an illustrated article describing "The Day's Work of the Minister of Defence," Senator George Foster Pearce. Senator Pnarce began his life as a carpenter, and by dint of close application and sound commcn-sense he acquired an ex ceptional knowledge tbat fitted him for bis present position. A review of "King Albert'...
STRATFORD & NUNTIN RACES EASTER MONDAY ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
STRATFORD & NUNTIN RACES EASTER MONDAY ENTBIES HURDLES-Busby, Cooma, Red Donald, Debut, Lux, Botany Bay, Surcatcp, Nine of DiAmondp, Toonia TRIAL STAKES-The Marne, SaBh, Coraroina, Sprccbal, Sojor, Coax, Yandora, Resemblcr, tirebrick, Cloudland STRATFORD &lt;fc NUNT1N HANDICAP -Sederick, Ooramino, Bamoth, Benita, Height, Sojer, Botany Bay, Eurobsn, Bella 13.1 PONY-Hivpona. Daisy, Tbo Squire, Qucenbird, Little Dandy, Sparkling Plug, The Whip, Britiun, Laureemo, Meg, Lady M, Norcen PUBLICAN'S PURSE -Gilead, Bid, Ooramina, Milanion, Menkawrab, Coax, Po la 14 a.u PONY-Skiddoo, Fairy, Tease, Dazzling, Flossie, Dad, Conemara, Splinter, Lady Cassie, Almira, Miss Argyle, Nellie, Lady M. WELTkR-Sederick, Loquacious, Cora mina, Ramotb, Bid, Beuita, Height, Sprechal, Botany Bay, Nine of Diamonds, Tooma
DOES YOUR CHILD SUFFER FROM WORMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
DOES YOUR CHILD SUFFER FROM WORMS Stomach and Intestinal Worms are tbo cauBe of nine-tenths of the crying, frctfulncss and irritability of children. The mere mention of worms makes one feel uncomfortable, and (heir pre sence in tbo system must assuredly cause such torture and agony that there is little wonder at tbo irritable disposition which is so often developed not only in children, but frequently in adults. Worms require a specific medicine, and there is no better rerno- 1 dy than Cometock's "Dead Shot" Worm I'ellets, as used by Mr W'ill mott, of Cooma, N.S.W., who states: "Hearing about the wonderful success of your Worm Pellets, I decided to give them a trial. I gavo my three children-Boy, Phyllis, and Horace d dose each, as they had all the symp toms of Worms. Tbo Pellets were taken at 0 o'clock in the morning, and at 10 o'clock Roy had passed a Stom ach Worm about twelve inches in length, and the other children passed quito a number of Thread Worms. ! Bince taking the pelle...
NAMBROK RACES & SPORTS NEXT SATURDAY HALF PROFITS DONATED TO BELGIAN FUND OFFICIAL HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
NAHBROK RACES & SPORTS NEXT SATURDAY HALF PROFITS DONATED BELGIAN FUND OFFIOIAL HANDICAPS ShtiBfeld Hep, 2*20 Yards 130yds Hep W. Hartley 9yds 14yde A. L. Pinch 10J 16 W. M.Coloo II 17 A. W. Weale 11 17 A. Biggs 12J 17 T. J. Burley 12$ 19 E. M. Mallows 13 18 J. L. Wickham 13* 19 | W.M. Cnpit 14 20 A. Elston 14 21 I B. Martin 14 21 S. Hall 15 20 I J. Ryan 15J 22 j B. J. Barker 16 23 I \V. Turner 16 23 I C* Brawahaw 16) - 24 | W. H. TROUP, 1 Y.A.L. Handicappert Bflllarat. | Denison Plate Handicap-Earl Roslyn ' 10.7, Sash 10.7, Cliso 10.7, Lady Nymyh ' 10.5, Close Touch 10.5, Time Tide 10.5. Cedrooa 10.5, Yandora 10.3, Resembler ! 10.3, Prince Havoc 10.3, Calalu 10.0, Sir ' Robert 10.0. Devon 10.0, Dazzling - i Kiln:any Purae Handicap, 13.2 a.u.-The ] Squire 10.4, Teddy Bear 8.12, Petrel 8.12, I Tormor 8.12, Ivy 8.10, Queen Bird 8.7, Tell Talc 8 7 I Nambrok Cup Handicap -Pella 12 0, Bid I 11.7, Nine of Diamonds 11.7, D.bjtli.4,1 Imperator 10.7. Galtee More 10.7, lletta ' 10.4, ...
ALL YOU NEED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
ALL YOU NEED Much ill.healh is due to impaired di. gestlon, If the stomach fails to perform its functions the whole system becomes deranged. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They will strengthen your digestion, stimulate your bowels, entirely removing that miserable feeling due to faulty digestion. Chamber lain's Tablets have relieved many } eople who have been acute sufferers from indi gestion, so why not give them a chance to relieve you r Sold by John Williams, Rosedale
PUNCHINELLOS EASTER MONDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
PUNCHINELLOS EASTER MONDAY NIGHT All arrangements have been completed for the Katter Monday night, when the excep tionally clever company will j?ive one of their bi»r nights. The company's numbers, which include "Look at the Weather," "Nnrsery Rhymes in Ragtime," "Advice to Beginners," '* Down by the Koo la loo," "Monkey/ "Prophundo Basso," uWho Smashed Bill Kaiser ?" are absolutely jems from the musical comedy world, a *ide splitting finale will bo given, "Photography Illustrated." lhese sketched are guaranteed to send even the worst tempered people home in a good humor. It is unnecessary to extol the ability of the Punchinellos-it is the hall mark of perfection. "Good wine needs no bush," is the old sa/ing, and the Punchinellos, who have been here on oc casion before, have proved themselves right out of the ordinary. It is a treat to hear the individual artists in their respective numbers and when they get together in the company numbers it is a pleasure indeed, a? the manager rem...
THERE LET HIM LIE! [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
THERE LET HIM LIE! The primer's devil had evidently something to do with the appended Epitaph over the grave of an editor buried in Berkesley, England, church yard : - Here lies an editor! Snooks if you will. In mercy, kind Providence, Let him be still. He lied for his living ; so He lived while he lied ; When he could not lie longer He lied dcwD and died.
CORRESPONDENCE THE NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
CORRESPONDENCE j THE NEW WILLUNG ROAD I TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-In your issue of the 18th inst., I notice a letter signed by J Turpin, wherein, he states that "a new roaii through 'Glenwood' would be of no interest to him, arid that he did not authorise anyone to speak on his behalf." I mentioned Mr Turpin as a likely user of the new road, as I con sidered that anyone with the ordinary amount of common sense would use a good road in preference to a bad one. With reference to the discussion which took place at Willung on the 15th inst. in connection with the road I stated that about a dozen ratepayers from the west would use the "Glenwood" road, iind still adhere to that statement, and also say that more ratepayers from the west would use the road than from the east side, including ratepayers about the "Township." The uurnber from the west side fnot including Messrs Turpin, Brown and Murpheti) is 12, nearly all of whom were represented at the meeting OD the 15th inst. On ...