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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
DB. ASHBURTON THOMPSON'S ' SCIATICA AND NEURALGIA CURE. An Eminent Authority's Cure j for all Nerve Troubles, 2/6, posted 3/. Obtainable locally from Mr j. Williams, i Merchant, or direct from CHALLMAN, I Chemist, TKARALGON. Nurse Thome's Private Hospital HARTLEY HOUSE, BEEVES STREET, SALE Comfortable Accommodation for Ladies Out C&bcb Attended Nureo Supplied Phone 134 C. E. MILLER AMI CO. THE FURNITURE KEHOYEItS A XI) ST01IEKS 317 COLLINS STREET M E L B O 1J H X E l'liones 027S- 9-^79 LAEGE NUMBEK VANS constantly travelling country: we want Back Loading. Write us. If railing, con&ign to as, Spencer Street, and advise Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current rates VA.\S HF/n KNI.VG At Early Dates fiom - Sale, Kosedale, Traralgon, Camperdown. Wangaratta, Warragul Benalla, Ballarat, Albury and Ararat Back Loading Wanted PHONE 125 R. J. Cherry SADDIiER Haymow Street, SALE IS prepared to MAKE SADDLES & HARNESS at Prices which will defy competition. Rep...
ROSEDALE S.S. FOUNDATION STONE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
IROSEDALE S.S. FOUNDATION | STONE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-In reading the "Courier" or March 4, I noticed, that while pulling down the local school building, the workmen discovered in the foundation stone 'a jar neatly cemented in. The jar on being broken was found, to contain a wad of tissue paper and what appeared to be a copy of "The Gippsiand Times," dated 1870. Well, Mr Editor, I am the individual who piepared and so neatly cemented that jir into the cavity in the stone and lowered the stone on to its bed, and the lale respected Mrs Essington King was the lady who well and truly laid the stone. Theie should have been found in that wad of tissue paper seveial small coins. There was also wrapped up in the newspaper a list of the shops and the names of the shop keepers in Roseaale and other items of interest about the town.* -Yours. etc., WILLIAM ALLEN, Toora, South Gippsland,
CRUSHING GERMAN TRADE PROPOSED PROHIBITIVE TARIFF [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
CRUSHING GERMAN TRADE PROPOSED PROHIBITIVE TARIFF At a meeting cf the Berwick Shire Council OD Saturday last, the fol lowing resolution was unanimously carried : ' That this council circularise all the municipal councils id Victoria with a view to getting their opinions on the question of the import of German goods to Australia, so that these opinions may be put before the Prime Minister at the eailicst possible date, with a request that a duty of at least 50 per cent, be placed on all goods coming into Australia from Germany, Austria or Hungary." Cr Henty, in moving the resolution, said it was time Australians supported their own manufactures. The Presi dent (Cr Carney), in seconding the motion, said the heavy duty should ap ply not ODly to goods coming direct from these countries, but also to all good manufactured by firms governed by German capita'. -.'Age."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
Theo. B. Little & Co "Stock arid Station Agents. BOSEDALE, BALE, TRARALGON and HEYt'IELD. »nd 457 BOUEKK ST.. MKI.BOUKNE Rosedale Sale Friday, March 26 TGEO. B. LITTLK A- CO; will hold their next Sale in KeUy'a Yards, on above date, when they will .-ell 850 Head or Mixed Cattle 000 Sheep Acct .Mr T. K. Waters 1J acres in Roscdnle, frontage streets RIG VARDIXt; N A.VI ED Early Entries linked ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may be made with THEO B. LITTLE CO Traralgon HAI,£ IIOHOUf-H YAK»N To-morrow (Friday) rilHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at JL the Borough Yards on the above date 12 Good Fat Bullock" 5 Prime Fat Cows 15 Fat Cows 100 Fall-mouthed Ewe* 70 Comeback Lambs Sale Horse Sale Thursday, April S rglHEO. B. LITTLE iV CO., in conjuue i tion with Messrs Campbell and Sons, ?will hold their next Horse Sale as above at 1pm. Stratford Sale Monday, March ..!!> THEO B. LITTLK A CO MORWELL SALE Tuesday, March :to THEO. B. LITTLE A CO TRARALGON T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
I'HOiNE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butcher ROSEDALE. &lt;*. front for ROYAL FIRE INS ORANGE CO. A.J1.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment Bonuses Annually W.Molltnvay Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND I'ETROL), REPAIRS _A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Roscdale l'ISIJfJC NOTICE A NY PERSONS shooting on any ?"- portion of cbo HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this date will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. OROOKE. 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 ? ESTABLISHED L'2 YK.UIS j J. J. BARTLETT,. Registered V.R.C., A.J.C., V.A.T.C. ; And Other Leading Clubs Member of Victorian Club, Melbourne Tatteraall'B Olub, Bj'dney COMMISSIONS EXECUTED on All Goverurauut Licensed Raceoouraea Sufficient Addreaa: J. J. BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Monumental Works TM-M'IGON (On Railway Reserve, next W. Macdonald 's Hhcds) W. BIRD, Jun. Monumental & General JIason. Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut and Repainted GENERAL REPAIRS ...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, MARCH. 25, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
TIER'S ^OJICTLALC AND CARIUJU.NG, DK.NISO.N AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PDBLI3BED EVERY THORSDAY MOBNIKG THURSDAY, MAROH. 25, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Your local dentists, Messrs T. V. and Cbas. B. Trood, may be consulted at Sale at any time. Phone 25. Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, March 26, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.SO p.m. A Sale of Gifts, in aid of the Church of England Building Fund, atKilmany, will be held on the 28th and 29th May.. Kambrok races and spoits next Saturday. -Handicaps will be found elaovvhete. Entries for the Stratford and Nuntin races on Easter Monday appear in to-day's issue. Willung annual picnic takes place at the township this day (Thursday). Mr D. J. Hurley, piano and organ tuner, etc., of Sale, will be in Rosedalo in about a week's time. Those requiring his services may leave word at the \ oueuh Oftico. Messrs Theo B. Little and Co.'s Rosedale stock sale to-morrow (Friday). The auctioneers will offer on accou...
SKIN LIKE RAW MEAT Scalp Sores Whilst Teething Zam Buk Removes Every Trace of Disease [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
SKIN LIKE RAW MEAT Scalp Sores Whilst TeetbiDg Zam Buk Removes Every Trace of Disease Sirs E. Davie, 87, Seventh Avenue, M»ylands, r'trlb, W.A., eaya : "Through teething irouble a naety outbreak of running sorc-s started on my boy Alfred's Bcal|\ Tlie disease 6pvead rapidly and the clr.ld'a skin got so fearfully influnied that it locked just like a piece of raw ,r,eat. I couldn't bathe the bad places for the child would start screaming as soon as he saw rue totting the wa:tr ready. I began to be ul.irmed, for all sorts of differei.t remedies failed to check the awful disease. "Then one day my husband told me to get a pot of Z'ltn Buk. The first few dressings of ihe balm greatly reduced tlie inflammation, cleansed the sores, and caused them to look healthier. '^Eventually Zam Buk healed every one of the sores perfectly, and removed every trace of the disfiguring out break." Evpd in obstinate cases of eczema, leg sores, ulcers, ringworm, and scalp aoree, Zsm Buk'a herbal juices pene t...
THE TOWNSHIP COW [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
THE TOWNSHIP COW At Bairnsdale the cows are in evidence, much to the disgust of a ratepayer, who gushes forth his griev ance in the following strain : I have got a little prievance And I'd like to air it now, It's about oar local council And its bosom friend the cow. How they pet her and protect her, And, like Brahmins of the East, Pay a reverential tribute, 'i'o their favorite bovine beast. ?She may wander at her leisure Through the Main street up and down, Like some mighty hero, honored "With the freedom of the town. In the bitter cold of winter She may find a cosy bed, With the asphalt underneath her ' And verandahs overhead. The footpaths may be likened To a dirty seething slough - In comparison it's nothing To the comfort of the cow. If she feels the pangs of hunger She can soon her wants appease 'With a aucculont refection 00 the ornamental trees. She may tear down garden hedges, And methinks I sec her now "With a gastronomic optic On some tender verdant bough. When one ponder...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
G-reen Bros. Again bring before your nolice the exceptionally good values they are offering in Ausunin Goods. During the present week we will be opening a nice lot of Autumn and Wintor Dress Stuffs which, considering the present unsealed state of the market, are a proof of keen buying. Don't go elsewhere to be Robbed Just I'ay us a Visit. ROSEDALE Phone 11 Farmers The BEST Line of Farm Implements Are Made by We can supply you with HEADERS, HARVESTERS, STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, DRILLS (Iioe and Disc pattern), DISC PLOWS (Set and Stump jump), SPRING TOOTH CUL TIVATORS, ONE-WAY CULTIVATORS, HARROWS (Single and Double Gauge), or an; 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. Pendlebury KOSEDALE DIGEST WHAT YOU EAT Do you enjoy what you eat ? If you don't, your food does not do you much good. There is no way to maintain the health and s...
LESS TO WORRY OVER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
LESS TO WORRY OVER If mother never allowed a cold to run twenty-'our 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 arc 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, Kosedale.
ALL SORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
ALL SORTS Willis: Where have you been ? Gillis: In the hospital, getting cen sored. Willis: Censored r Gillis : Yes, I had several important parts cut out. Our beastly ciimatc again I Mrs Ross, of Talbot has just celebrated her looth birthday. She is quite hale, and frequently attends church. Her home has been in Talbot for over 60 years. Ninety-five per cent of Australian mothers claimed the maternity bonus, when entitled to do so, in January. The claims for the month were 1993 above the average. Lady (purchasing alarm clock): Never mind, thank you. 1 won't take one if they've been made in Germany. It would be sure to play some dirty trick. Go off in the middle of the oight, or something ol that sort Said a Russian bombarding Przemsyl: "It's no use for you blighters to grysl. When we've got to Vienna, You'll be in Gehenna, And we'll sit down and laugh while you frysl." Cape of Good Hope-Sweet Sixteen. Cape Flattery-Twenty. Cope Lookout-Twenty-five. Cape Fear-Thirty. Cape Farewell-F...
NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
NEWS AND (Uy "Lamp posi) There are many visible signs of the progress made by Rosedale during the past couple of years, and there are also indications of a better time ahead, providing the war and the drought leave us any foundation whereon to work. In the town itself the buildings constructed in the period above-men tioned, and those now in course of ereciion, have added to the architectur al beauty of the town, and go topiove that Rosedale is not the decadcnt village that some would have us believe. There are many evidences of progress throughout the Shire. Firstly, the territory has been increased by the acquisition of a large slice of the Alberton Shire, for which the COURIER worked rather zealously. Our roads have improved in all directions, and there are many more miles of good melalled roads now than two years ago, and the offices of the council compare more than favorable with others throughout the State. A few years hence, the benefits of having the more important works con...
BEEKEEPING A PLEASANT & PROFITABLE INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
BEEKEEPING A PLEASANT & PROFITABLE INDUSTRY (Written for the "Rosedalo Courier," lwtl" by w. E. Matthews.) Bcckccpios ^ one of the most fasci natine and profitable of our home in dustries, and in these parlous limes when many women are so anxiously set king for some means of earning their own livinu it is surprising to find thai they do not turn their attention to home industries which not only afford a means of livelihood, hut of indepen dence and freedom from the "ties' of the typewriter and monotonous office routine at a salary only sufficient to rmintaio a "shabby gentility. Around the suburbs of Melbourne rmticularly in the vicinity of public cardens bees may be kept successfully, and have been kept by enthusiasts for ars A few colonies of bees in the Lrde'n or on the farm not only provide a most palatable, healthful, nourishing food for the family, and pay well for .heir care, but also serve an important office of fertilising fruit and other crops* Io America, gardener...
THE BELGIAN APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
THE BELGIAN APPEAL Mrts Mitchell wishes to announce that she will rcceivo, on behalf of the Belgians, any old clothes, etc . (hat any local residents may feel disposed to give. A bag of apples, donated by Mr J. Turpin, of Willung South, and raffled by Mr Stan. Rintoull at Rosed&'e on tho 20th inst., realised the sum of £2/13/, and will be handed over to the lecal Belgian Fucd. An amateur race meeting is to bo held at Cowwarr on latMay for.the Belgian Relief Fund, and the priro money of £40 has al ready been promised. Mr G, O'Brien in forms ua that a good coarse has been found in Mr "W. O'Brien's paddock near the rail way, and tho V.R.C's permission is being sought. It ii about 14 years since races wore held at Cowwarr, Australia is xesponding nobly to the appeal from Belgium in her agony. We have to thank the brave little nation almost for our exist' nee and it is not asking too much that wo should give generously to assist in maintaining her starving people. Is it asking t ...
MAFFRA BEET SUGAR PROPOSED CO-OPERATIVE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
HAFFRA BEET SUGAR PROPOSED CO-OPERATIVE The Minister of Agriculture wag recently asked by^ Maflfra sugar beet growers whether, io face of the drought, he would consent to relieve growers of their contracts to supply the beot to the factory, and sell the crop for fodder at the enhanced price of £2 per ton or more, with the proviso that all money received over 23/ per ton (the price to be obtained at the factory^ be retained by the Government as a nucleus to provide capital to begin n co operative com pany to lease and work the factory. Mr Hutchinson asked the deputation to call a meeting of the growers. A largely attended meeting was held at the shire hall, Maflra, on Friday night, and the matter was discussed from all points of view. No finality was arrived at. The factoiyhas now commenced work.
"SAUERKRAUT" WANTS THE "THRUT" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 March 1915
"SAUERKRAUT" WANTS THE "THRUT" "The Pitts worth Sentinel" (Queensland) has not been giving satisfaction with its war reports, as the following editor's nolo will show ..We have received the following letter* and judging by one previously received from the same source, can only conclude that our war items are unpalatable to the subscriber in question. We publish it to show that the lot of an editor is nob altogether the 'bed of roses' considered by many of our readers" Turallin, Queensland. Editor, Pitfsworth Sentinel, Sir, take notie that I dond want your dam paper iny moar, so dond send it again. Yours truly, J C. Dahlelmer. go and lern to publish the thrut first, and lern two sides to iferyting. J.C.D. Probably the following oilici&l statement, writes the editor, which created much en thusiasm in Berlin, regarding the two Turks, who attacked a trainload of civilians at Bruken Hill, may prove of interest to this dissatisfied subscriber-it 1b certainly a view of the "other B...
HEADS COVERED WITH SORES Zam Buk Removes Every Trace of Disease [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 April 1915
HEADS COYEKED WITH SORES Buk Removes Every Trace of Disease A striking example of Zzm Buk'a healing properties is given in the fol lowing narrative by Mrs E. Roberts, of 28 Steven's-street, Adelaide, who says :-"While my little boy JameB was teething abscesses to the number of eighteen broke out on hie bead, face and hands. The doctor precribed a course of treatment, which, however, did not ease the pain. The child fell away to a shadow, and pain seemed to drag him down in constitution. "My huBband, who bad had practical proof of the healing power of Zam Buk, said we should try ihis balm. We obtained a supply, and the dressed the sores with it. All bad matter waa drawn away in every case, and the healing process set up. We oontinued with Zsm Buk until ever7 abscess was healed. "My little sirl, Alice, had an out break of sorts on her head. Hor head had to be shaved. We carefully bathed the crusts with hot water, and then applied Zam Buk. Zam Buk drew all the matter from beneath, and ...
TOONGABBIE From Our Own Correspondent RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 April 1915
TOONGABBIE From Our Own Correspondent RIFLE SHOOTING The following are the progressive re" suits of shco'.s (or the gold watch presented by A. Ellissmith; Erq., J-P*: Conditions-1-7, 1-10, 1-J4 shoot at 300, 500 and 600yds. Two sighters op tional. The hightest scorer off the rifle to be declared the winner of the watch. Results 10 date 300 500 600 Ttl A. R. T. Goodwin (socty) 67 75 71 21S W. H. Gayatt .. 66 78 56 195 J. W. Galea (Capt) .. 64 61 59 184 F. H. Payne .. 60 59 58 183 A. P. Mo'.den .. 64 67 48 179 W. H. E. Goodwin .. 68 61 55 179 J. B. Sheridan .. 52 55 40 147 A. Nicholson retired B. Bussell retired P. HilBly retired The 14 shoot at 300,500 and 600yds is not >et shot oft. So far Secretary Goodwin is in the lead. "BARNES CUP" Conditions :-1-7 and 1-10 shoot at 300, 500 and 600yds. Two sighters optional. (Handicap shoot). The following are the results of the 7 shoot, including handicaps 800 500 600 Ttl A. P. Molden .. 33 28 28 89 J. H. SheridaD .. 30 27 24 SI A. B. T. Go...
FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE Writes This Letter Stating the Good Received from Clements Tonic [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 April 1915
FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND AKMIDALE Writes This Letter Stating the Good Received from Clements Tonic The Rev F. W. IIARRIS-WALKEK is one of the best known workers in the Church, and is at present associated with one of the leading churches of N S.W. His labours in the field extend over 25years. His letter, every word of which is worth reading, car ries conviction by reason of its earnestness and the desire expressed in it that good may result, from ;ts publication. Thy reverend gentleman writes from his Sydnee home, 69 Corona Avenue, Waverley, 4/8/14. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. I "Having for years used Clements Tonic, 1 1 bear testimony to its value &lt;ts a House | hold Friend. "A friend induced me to try Clements I Tonic, and although sceptical as to its 1 merit, I was so gratified with the result of its use that I have never since been without it. ] found it a splendid medicine to regulate the system, also a Tonic bracing 1 the nerves. Having d...