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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
Challman's Specials - - Cut THIS OUT. You will fmd it USEFUL, or better still, have on hand : Colbeck's Curative Syrup A never [ailing remedy for 1 STOMACH DISORDERS, ACID ITY, CONSTIPATION. 2/ por bottle, posted 2/0 For KIDNEY TROUBLE. BACK ACHE, Etc , use MEAD'S HERBS A. well-known resident of Flynn writes to say that he found "Mead's Herbs Excellent. Sixpence per packet. Forwarded to I any address on rcceipt of 7d in stamps. ' . NOTE ADDRESS Mm, 1I.P.S. Chemist Traralgon Telephone 3 IF YOU AEE "RUNDOWN" -suffering from Weakness, Nervousness, Debility, Neuralgia, Loss of Appetite, Sleeplessness, or Poorness of Blood* your System is needing a Tonic to tone it up. And the BEST Tonic is NATURE'S OWN REMEDY for all the above Complaints - LAY'S QU\U\\lE MID - \R0N T0N\C; - for it acts directly upon both the blood and the digestive organs-promotes end aids the digestion, improves the appetite, stimulates the blood, and gives strength to the whole system. If YOU feel ill, run- down, or a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
Do you Subscribe to the local paper? YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT. Wholesale Onlv-I»KTKIIS0.\ & CO. I'l'V. LTD.. MKLHDIKXE When your children have croup, do not \ waste valuable time in experimenting with > untried remedies, no -matter, how highly they 5 may he recommended, hut give . Chamberlain's I ] Cough Remedy as directed and all symptoms | ! of croup will quickly disappear. (. ® f SHIRE OF ROSEDALE PRESIDENT-A. G. FUTCHER, J.P. SECRETARY-JAS. STEEL LESTER, J.P. ENGINEER;-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS ROSBDALE RIDING-*Hon. E. J. Crooke, M.L.C., A. G. Futclier, J.P., and T. A. Umphelby DEKISOX RIDING-*G. M.Davis, John Widdis, J.P., and T, Kenevan TOONOABDIF. RIDING-*W.A. Lang, D. Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, J.P. ?Retires August, 1914 MEETINGS FOR 1014 February 16 March 10 April 20 May 18 June 15 July 21 August 17 September 21 October 19 November 1G December 21 Give Your J ob Printing to the " COURIER" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed I utely EPE? f THE BAROMETER THE...
How He Was Brought Up. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
How He Was Brought Up. A boy, passing a warehouse one day, 6aw In one of the windows a notice worded, "Boy wanted." Being in vont of employment him self, he tl.o'fht he would apply for the situation. On inquiring for the manager, he was taken to that gentleman's office on the third floor. The manager, on hearing the boy's errand, commenced to question him as to his charactcr, wages, etc. One of the questions the manager put was: "Have you been well brought up. my lad?" To which the nervous boy replied: "Yes-yes, sir; X-was brought up all right-in-in the lift, sir." The keystone of the Commonwealth Is the hearthstone of the common peo
"Twa Collies." [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
"Twa Colliei.' A Highlander who lived not vcr> far from Balmoral sent two beautiful collics as a present to Queen Victoria wlio knew him well, having cfii'i: driven past his house ami once o: twice stopped to speak to him and hi - wife, The Queen not only accept&lt; i! the collies, but told the donor that ii he ever found his way to London when she was at Windsor he was to call and see her. As it happened he had to go to London soon after. So lie went to Windsor and asked for John Drown, who had hoard what the Queen said to him. John Brown let the Queen know that her Highland friend was In waiting, and was told to bring him in. John took care to post the visitor in the etiquette to be observed; told him not to speak until the Queen spoke to him, and to be sure always to say "madam." The Highlander was then ushered into the presence of the Quean, who received him kindly, and asked aboul his family. But when she began to praise the collies and say what favor ites they had b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
TO DO OTHEKS GCOD "1 have been living in S.W. Queensland for 13 years," writes Mr J. R» Tindtle Editor of the Cunnamulla "Watchman." ''During that time I hive been subject to attacks of Diarrhoea rnd have always found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. I can recommend it to anyone suffering from that complamt. Yon may use this letter as you see fit for it is written to do others good." Sold a by Joha Williams, Roscdale. eiSwtfS» SIMPLY WONDERFUL "My little daughter Zelda suffered so con tinuously with croup that 1 beean to think that she wou d never Let better." writes Mrs Gauntlett, 169 Adelaide Road, Newtown, N.%, "Seeing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised I thought I would try it a»d could see a change 111 her straight away. It is sin.ply wonderful hew quickly Cham, ber ain's Cough Remedy relieved the child." Sold by j. Williams, Rosedate. Coach Painting Motor Cars a Specialty HAVING nocurcrt the Hervicea of a tirot clues tradesman from Melbourne, ...
AMUSING INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
WTVTU3IT5G INCIDENTS. There wna a man named ConochM Hilow, trying to sell people a new kind o£ harvester. Conochie was not doing badly, but hn was ambitious, and hun' gcred to do more. He said his patent fidlt-acting harvester should be in everj home, becauso when not harvestlna it could \&lt;t used for a hen-house, a meat-safe,"a baby-minder, a .'knife polisher, a''summer-house, or a chick en-coop. Conochlo pressed all Lho farm ers to buy the machine, and as a press or ConocMe had few living equals. It was said that he could tain till » tombstone fell In a nt. Naturally a man like that has a pull on the com mon or rarden agriculturist. When Conochie decided that a man must buy his harvortcr, and settle on him, so to speak, that man had only two means of escape-he could kill himself, or he could kill Conochie. Getting rid of Conochie in any other way short ol buying his astounding agricultural im plement was quite out of the question. Conochie bad resolved that Edward Dill m...
A Veritable Poultry Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
A Veritable Poultry Farm. "If there la ono tiling which fetches me out of bed in the morning quicker than another it Is the savoury smeil of frying bacon floating up the stairs," said one of n group who were.discus sing the eternal question. "I guess you'd have been out of bed at express speed If you had smelled the ham and bacon coolclng at thai fire at Jones's, the grocers, the othei night," said a member of the local fire brigade. "Ah, I suppose it was served up with fried eggs?" said the first speaker, facetiously. "Not a bit of it," replied the fire man. "You never saw such a sU?!i: In your life as that which met our eyes when we broke the shop-dim open. The shop was simply swarming with chickens-hatched by the heat, you know!"
WHERE DICKENS OUT HIS CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
WHERE DIUKENS OUT HIS CHARACTERS. When Mr. Hemy was painting the "Barge-builders," an old man named Parera used to go and sit with him and tell stories of the sea and ancc I dotes ot Admiral Napier, whom ht. persisted In calling the artist's uncle Ono day ho suddenly aslted Mr. Homj if he know Charles Dickens.' "I only saw hlra once," replied Mr Hemy, "and did not know hiiu per Fonally." "But you have read his books?" "Yes, I have read them all," was th» reply. "Well, what I have got to say about Mr. Dickens is that he weren't no gen tleman." "Oh," said the artist, "I have always understood that Charles Dickens was 1 most affable and amiable man." "Yes; he was a nice-spoken man. ..\nd smoked good cigars-but not sc liood as yours, sir. Thank you, I wi'.l lake another. But still ho weren't no gentleman." "What did he do to make you say that?" "Well, lie came down here maUins books, just as you have come down making pictures, but he went awa* and put me into ono of Ills books. :>m! ...
CRICKET TRARALGON v. ROSEDALE LARGE SCORE BY ROSEDALE H. WALLACE GETS A CENTURY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
. TRARALGON v. ROSEDALE LARGE SCORE BY ROSEDALE II. WALLACE GETS A CENTURY , Tho return matoh against Traralgon yas played on the Rosudale ground? last Thutsday resulted and in an easy win for the locals. In thcirfirst innings Rosedalo put up tlio fine scoro of 251 with practically . the loss of 0 wickets, due largely to the fine display on the part of Wallace and Tyler, Traralgon were all disposed of for 70 leaving Rosedala winners by 184 runs. The following are the scores : TRARALGON H. Campbell, o Keys. I) M'Evny 8 HolligaD, c Tyler, b Mooney ... 21 L. Bell, o Bowman, b Mooney ... . 0 L. Coupar, b Tyler ..." ... 18 Driscoll, run out 2 Milligan, b Tyler 1 Hunt, b Tyler . . 2 Hoaken, b Wallaco 9 Ashman, b Wallaoe 2 Cleveland, notont ... ... 4 Wobb, o and bTyler ... 8 Sundries " Total ROSEDALE Wallace, ratired Keys, b Coupar ... Tyler, run out Rowland?, retired Gould, run out Qillman, o andb Hoakon Anderson, st., b Driscoll Mooney. b Driscoll Bowman, b Coupar ... Uraphelby, not out ...
KING ISLAND SALE OF LAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
KING ISLAND SALE OF LAND On the 26th Jannary negotiations were concluded for the sa!e of about* 3000 acres of the Yambacoona Estate King Island. Trie vendors were Messrs. Stephenson and Gunn, and the purchasers were Messrs Strickland and Macarthur, of Warragul. The negotiations were conducted through the agency of Mr D. L. Yates, ol Collins atreet, Melbourne. The actual purchase price has "not been disclosed, but it is understood to be in the vi;mity of ^30,000. Owing to the type being in book form, we were unable to insert the handicaps of the local races in this issue. Mr R. Farmer, ofNambrok, has lost 50^.incoln cross ewes between Traral* gon and Toongahbie. See advt. The Shire of Rosedale invite tenders for a number of contracts. The Hen. E, J. Crooke invites tendeis, returnable on Monday next, for 227 chains of gravelling through the Holey Plains Estate. Particulars at Shire Hall.
CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
OARBAJCJNG The following is the rainfall at Carrejung for tbe month of January as registered by Mi 8th 18th 19th 20th 26th 27lh 28th 29 th L. T. M'Dermott: Total 1.64 Corresponding month 1918 ... 65 99 points fell during ^last week, but was wholly inadequate to be of any great benefit. A fall of 3 inches would be much appreciated throughout the disli-iot.
THE DANGER OF WORMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
THE DANGER OF WORMS Stomach find Intestinal Wo'ins are one of the moat cammon oomplaints throughtout Australasia. Indigestion is a pisniary cans*, or they may be produced by Constipation, or through tlio rating of tainted food or food im properly ccokal. There is also the possibility of their introduction into the sys'tm i" the form of cysts or perms in fruit and meat, bo that, all classes of the community, irrespective of age, are liable to this complaint. It is not alont! the irritation and aunoy ance caused by these parasitical animals that, infest the stomach end bowrl?, but Urn more serious con sequences which follow that must be kept in view. From the highly organised and sensitive parts which tliey cccupy. Worms give rise to great constitutional derangement3, and |>ro duco a variety of symptoms, more particularly affecting the stomach and head. Many casts of convulsion?. Epilepsy, Hysteria, St. Vitus' Dance, Melancholia, Nervous Diseases and even Insanity, have resulted fr...
ROSEDALE SWIMMING CLUB AQUATIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
ROSEDALE SWIMMING CI.UB AQUATIO SPORTS The following ia the programme for the above olub's sports to be held »t the local baths on Thursday, February 2Gib : School Boys' Events-Longest Dive . . under water, 1st Is, 2nd Gd. ? Filling the Bottle, 1st IJ, 2nd Gd. Di7ing for Objects, 1st. Is, 2nd Gd. Entry free. Bovs' Hand cap (under 1G), 60yds. 1st 2/6, 2nd Is, 3rd Gd. Entry free. Maiden Rac?, GOyds, 1st 4?, 2nd 2s. Entry Gd. 100yds Handicap, let 03, 2nd 2s, 3rd Is. Entry G1 Rossdale lliudicap. 150yds, 1st 10s, 2nd 2/G. Entry Is. Brt-aat Stroke. 100yds. 1st- 4*, 2nd 2j". Entry Gd. Egg and Spoon. 60yds. 1st trophy. Eniry G i. Neatest L>i\v. 1st 8a. Entry 6d. Cigarette lUce. -10yds.' 1st trophy. Entry 3d.
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, FEB, 12, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 February 1914
T TZEC-ES J^OSEILAU s|O«NQ. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, FEB, 12, 1014 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale ou Friday, January 27ib; March 27 th, and April 24th, and may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel from 10 a.m. to- 4.30 p.m. Mr Cbas. B. Trood, dentist, of Sale' begs to state that he is always at home. The goods to be offered by public auction at the Huge Crash Smash Cash Sale on Monday and Friday, 23rd and 27th inst., will be on view on Thursday next, i9'h inst in the Mechanics' Hall. L. C. Patten, who was arrested on a charge of imposition at Rose'dale recently, and discharged, has again been arrested on a similar charge. Constable Elliott, of Lindenow, again effected the arrest and accused has been remanded to appear at Clyde, South Gippsland, at which place the information was lodged against him. The ladies of the local Presbyterian Church are busy preparing for a bazaar to be held in the Mechanics' o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 19 February 1914
That's a plain, straightforward statement, and the words mean exactly what they say. Gin Pills must cure your Backache, IJladder, Kidney or Urinary Troubles, or we are obliged to refund your money. Thev must cure, or vour money will be cheer full> refunded. Vou are to be the judge and jury. Your word will be accepted as final. Vour money will be refunded without quibble or argument of any kind if Giti Pills do uot effect' a cure. Consider what this method of doing business means. It i L of every 100. Wo know that-know it positively. It also means that we have a large faith in the loncsty of men and women. We t belie : that very KW will joyously adn This extraordinary offer is made because of these facts The known medicinal properties of Gin Pills and the honesty of human nature. Kach Gin Pill contains all the constituents of a pint uf the finest gin combined with other diuretics by a new method and process, and form a remedy which effects cures in y.1 eases out of ICO. Gin Pills ...