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ROSEDALE S.S. FOUNDATION STONE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 April 1915
ROSEDALE S.8. . FOUNDATION STONE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-I noticed in your issue of 25th ult. a letter signed by one, William Allen, referring to a jar placed in the State school foundation a number of years ago. I am the contractor doing the remode'ling of the school, and in demolishing the old building, turned over the stone aud found the jar re ferred to. I did not open the jar just then, hut after the head teacher of the school came along I opened the jar, in the presence of my foreman and the teach; r The jar was closed with Portland cement, but had a couple of cracks, which evidently allowed mois ture to enter. On berng opened it contained a wad of tissue paper and a newspaper bearing date 1870, and a piece of paper with some wri.ing. The paper was all practically dust and could not be handled. There was no coin of any sort, although your corres pondent says^hey were placed in the said jar, -Yours, etc., T. E. IRELAND, Contractor. We, the undersigned, certify that ...
PROPOSED COMMISSIONER FOR GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 April 1915
PROPOSED COMMISSIONER FOR GIPPSLAND The Cabinet on Tuosdny considered (he application from Mr Mackoy, on behalf of tbo Gippsland municipalities, that a spocin! commissioner should bo ap pointed to oneure the propor development of the resources of Gippsland. It decided that to think of appointing a commissioner beforo it was more fully informed as to tho typn of man needed and tho charactor of tho work was premature.
SALE OF STOCK, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 April 1915
SALE OF STOCK, ETC. Live stock, elc., donated to the ! Rosedale Be'gian Relief Fund was sold by Messrs Theo. B. Little and Co. at their sale on Friday last, as follows: Mare and foal (donated by Mr J. W. Bowman)-\V, Piera, ^7/10/. Five bags chaff (donated by Mr J. \V. Bowman)-E. M. Eowmati £1, D. Lirkeiy 10/, J. Widdis 10/, A. W. Bowman 10/, S Rintoull io/, F.J. I M'Carthy 10/, Theo B. I.itile & Co. [£i, H. M. Campbell 10/, G.J.Hill 10/, Wm. U'iddii 10/, Robt. Bair ic/, J. S. Lester ^2/12/6. Total .£9/2/6. One bag potatoes (donated by Mr F. J. M'Carthy)-A. W. Bowman 8/, F. J. M'Carthy 6/, G. Shaw 6/, E. M. Bowman 6/, A. C. Rowley 5/, M. Feely 10/6. Total £2/1/6. Lamb (donated by Mr Wm. Widdis) -A. C. Rowley 15/. Wether (donated by Mr M. Feely) -A. W. Bowman Dr Hagenauer 1. T. C. Rowley 15/, A. Murren 15/, Ev. Hilltnan 10/6, Geo. Rintoull 10/61 Chas. Ayres 18/6. :Total £5/9/6. Poddy (donated by Mrs C. F. Kleine)-C. F. Kleine 10/, J. S. Lester ,£1/0/6, Jas. King 19/. Total £2/...
A BOON TO ATHLETES Found Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment Most Effective for Strained Muscles and Bruises [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
A BOON TO ATHLETES Found Com&tock'a Nervo and Bone Liniment Most Effective for Strninod Muscles and Bruises The powerful, ponotrating qualities of Comstock'a Neive and Bono Lini ment mut'e it inviluable for a strained muscle or bruise. Applied according to direction?, it very soon reduees a swelling from whatever cause. '.Being unfortunate at various lime?," writes Mrs E. A. Lang, of "Ox ford," Wollongongroad, Arnoliffe, "to meet with several bruises and over strain of muscle, sufiici-nt to render me incapable of fulfilling my ordinary duties witli satisfaction, I used only one brittle of Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment on each occasion, and was able to continue work very quick ly afterwards. On one important oc casion I wa? kicked by a horse in the thigh, and though the bruise was very painlul, causing a slight lameness, only half a bottle of Liniment was ae ccasarv to give relief, and ill a few day? I was well again. As a boon to athletes and skat>rp, for bruised lim...
RABBITS OR DAIRY COWS THE POSITION IN GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
RABBITS OR MIRY COWS THE POSITION IN GIPPSLAND (By "The Leader" Agricultural Reporter) Of late the invasion of Gippsland by rabbits has assumed alarming pro portions, and travellers along the local railway lines marvel at the abnormal number of crates of rabbits that are brought to stations. The season, while fatal to vermin in most parts of the State, has proved helpful to them in Gippsland, while the result that they are not only numerous, but in excellent condition. Their arrival in numbers in the rough and only partially clcared hills of Gippsland can only be regarded as a most serious menace to the great dairying industry, on which local farmers depend as a means of liveli hood. It is satisfactory to learn that in the great majority of cases the dangers of the rabbit invasion arc fully appreciated, and that active steps are being taken to cope with the pest. RABBIT EXTERMINATION LEAGUES The officers of the Vermin Destruc tion department are on the alert, and, in obedience to de...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
C. E. MILLER AM) CO. THE FUHNITURE ItEMOVEItS V.VIl STOUi:KS 317 COLLINS STREET MEL 15 O IJ li \ K Phones T AliGE NUMI3EK VANS countantly I 1 travelling country ; wo want Baok Loading. Write UB. If jailing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise StoreB, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current rates VANS KKTIKM\&lt;; At Early Dates from - Sale, Rosed ale, Traralgon, Camperdown, Wangaratta. Warragul Benalla, Ballarat, Albury and Ararat Back Loading Wanted ZAM-BUK BALM to-dny i ow. It may be to cheek i onal&ught of skin dUeate, heralded by *n itching: raih or in flamed swelling: perhaps to scothe £h OOU PRIZES JIOOO Mslbourna Eight Hours Art Unios Acknowledged to be one of the most genuine of alt the Aft 1/nJons ever held ;oth Year 59th Year A3 POPULAR AS EVER The Great Event of the Year 59th annivkrs.\rv EIGHT HOURS DAY GRAND FETE, BAZAARS: ART UNION In aid ot the Charities ("I own and Country) Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne MONDAY, 26th APRIL (Eight Hours DAY)...
SUFFERING MAY BE AVOIDED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
SUFFERING MAY BE AVOIDED Constipation brings many ailments in its train and is the primary cause of much sick ness. Keep your bowels regular by taking Chamberlain's Tablets and you will escape many ailments which make life a misery, constipation is a simple thin?, but like many simple things it may lead to serious con* sequences, Nature &lt; ften needs a little assistance, and when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken at the first symptom of any irregularity much suffering and distress may be avoided. Sold by J. Williams, Kosedale
ROSEDALE PICNIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
ROSEDALE PICNIC SPORTS The local picoic sports were beld once again on the Recreation Ground on Easter Monday, and Mr C. F. Kleine and his numerous astisUnts provided amusement for young and o'd-parti cularly the young folk. There was a very good atttndarce of adults, who aUays look forward to this annual social gatheiing and a most enjoyable day was disposed of, in ideal weather. The si orts showed a credit balance of £i/xt& which sum is to be handed over to the B.lgian Relief Fund. . Following are the results : Little Girls, under 7-Ivy Boorcr 1, V Boorer 2, H Boorer 3 ZFTC* Girls, under 10-WRowley 1,'V Boorer 2, F Murren 3 Girls, under 12- E. M'Kiy 1, E Graham 2, D Bateson 3 Little B ys, under 7-Roy Mooney 1, J M'Carthy 2 Boys-C Boorer 1, J Anderson 2, L Mooney 3 Boys, under 12 - A Mnrren 1, J Douglas 2, C Anderson 3 Boys, under 9-J Bateson 1, L Farley 2, M Mooney 3 Boys,, under 10-K M'Carthy 1, L Wil liams 2, W Boorer 3 Jockey Race-K M'Carthy and Jack M'Carthy I, W Boorc...
FAMOUS MIRBOO NORTH! [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
FAMOUS MIRBOO NORTH ! Mirboo North, liie place for big pumpkins, green gooseberries, coal and iron deposils, bush fires, and snake and fish yarns generally, has, accord ing to '.Oriel," a writer in the "Argus," become known to Der Kaiser, who sajs Ach, Donnerweuer ! Lieber Gott io Himmell! Mi in Fritz is fled. Go. tell de soldiers den, Varsaw he must be took st any cost, Und Calias, too, und London, Paris, 'Rome, Melbourne, MIRHOO NORTH, und Timbooburra, Vet dough ten million common Germans die, Sot dot der master of der vorld am 11 "Podargus,"in the Leongatha "Star," says the above is re-printed not as an advertisement for Mirboo North, but for the information of residents there'll. Mirboo Northites do not read the "Argus," that's why they always return a Labor candidate to Parliament, as selected ty the "Age." Let them now "blush to find their fame."
A SPECIAL COMMISSIONER FOR GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
A SPECIAL COMMISSIONER1 FOR GIPPSLAND Mr Hugh Cortland wriles to "The Warragul Guardian" :-Sir, it is grati fying to know by the papers that this impoitant matter ha-; at last reached the consideration cf Parliament, Mr Mackty has succeedcd in bringing the matur for Cabinet consideration, and that is a step we should all be glad of. Although shelved temporarily, it must not be allowed to drop, as it is only by persistent effort that the present stage has been reached. We can hardly understand why such an appointment should be put off any longer, as definite information could te supplied without much trouble in rrgrrd to what such an officer would be nquired to do. Royal Commissions have been brought into existence btfore row to unravel difficulties and enquire in:o less im portant requirements than the one the Cabinet put on one side last week. Given a good man. with a free hand, G:ppsland would supply the answer.
RED CROSS WORK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
RED CROSS WORK The Rosedale Red Cross branch forwarded its second box to the depot this week. Following is a list of the articles : g pairs sox, 2 pairs mittens, i pair cuff's, 2 pairs blankets, 24 kit bags, 12 towels, 11 pillows, 10 flannel shirts, 1 night, 1 cushion, 97 washers, 3 knitted scarfs, 3 white shirts, 1 bundle old linen, 22 pillows slips, 1 quilt, 1 bundle of magaz'nes.
ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
" ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB Great interest is now being taken by the shooters of the club. On Friday last a record attendance turned up to compete for a trophy presented by Mr Kerr and shot over 300, 500 and 600 yards range. Some new members put in an appearance and one of them, A. M'Minn, got into his stride right away and ran home second. The winner turned up in Percy Pendlebury, who shot consistently throughout. The scratch men were a long wny back. It is most encouraging to see the interest that is at present being taken in rifle shcoting here. Several new members have joined during the past fortnight and there are a good many others who have definitely decided to become members. To give every able bedied male in this district, who cannot volunteer for service abroad, a chance to join and learn the use of the rifle for home defence, the members of the club are holding a smoke social in the Mechanics' on the 2SU1 inst , and every man who considers it his duty to learn how to use the ri...
NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
NAMBROK From Our Own Correspondent A very representative gathering of local residents and a few visitors nTot at the Public Hall on Tuesday evening, the 30th Match, for the purpose of tendering Mr and Mrs R. Farmer a social evening on the eve of their de parture for N.S.W., where Mr Farmer has recently purchased an estate of 7,000 acres in the Dubbo district, and intends to take up his residence there shortly. Mr Farmer has not quite seveied his connection with the district, having some leased land which he is at present busy putting under crop. Mr and Mrs Farmer will be much missed from this district, where '.they have made many friends during the number of years they have resided here. Mr Far mer, by his enterprise and energy, has helped in ro small way to develope the district, which cannot afford to loose such energetic men as him. It is men of his stamp that every district requires-one that will develop the land and give employment to a large number of people. Mr Farmer has bee...
A MISTAKEN NOTION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
A MISTAKEN NOTION ""here is a prevailing notion that it is dan* gerous to stop diarrhoea r too suddenly. That may be the case where astringent medicine is used but there is not the [east danger of stopping it t* o quickly if Cham berlain's Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken. This medicine is not astringent and stops the diarrhoea by removing tile cause. As a rule only two or thru.' doses are re. quired to give permanent relief. Sold by John Williams. Rosedale.
THE RAINFALL. NEARLY TWO INCHES AT NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
THE_RAINFALL. NEARLY TWO INCHES AT NAMBROK Although Rosedale only benefitted to the extent of a couple of points from the thunderstorm that passed over the town on Monday evening and early on Tuesday morning last, it is very grati fying to learn that the adjacent districts received beneficial showers. We understand that a good fall oc curred at Traralgon, whilst at Cowwarr one inch, and 75 points at Heyfield were recorded. Nambrok appears to have been most fortunate, judging by our corres pondent's report, who says:-We had some very heavy showers during the early hours of Tuesday morning. The fall, was patchy, and some parts appear to have had nearly two inches, while not a mile away only about half an inch fell. They were very welc :me shower?, and much needed.
PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING TO BE HELD AT ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING TO BE I1ELU AT ROSED ALIO Tbe public meeting called on Saturday night 1-tst In the local Mechanics* Ball was well attended. The object of the meeting was to discuss tho advisability of holding cv combined district race meeting at Rose* dale racecourse ns a means of raising further funds for the Belgians. Those present were: - Messrs A. W. Bowman (in tho chair), G. Rintoull, J, Widdis, i\ Anderson, H. K. Anderson, S, Rintoull, C. Ayrcs, T. Kelly, A. Rowley, H. Brown, W. Shorrard, F. Onley, H. Sheil, H. Allen, A. Alltn, A. Murren, P. Donohue, G. Carlson The chairman, in opening tho meeting, eald it wae regarded in the . Old Country as ft duty to assist the unfortunate Belgians, and not as a charitable matter. (Hear, hear). IIo had not tho slightest doubt but that the British wero strong enough to defeat the Germans, but had it not bsen for the heroic Belgians they might have received a pretty hard knock. Messrs n. Sheil and J, Widdis endorsed the chairman's rema...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
Tlieo. B. Little & Co Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, 8ALE, TRARALGON and HEYfc'IELD. BDd «7 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, April 30 THEO. B. LITTLE A- CO. will hold their next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on above date, when they will sell 350 Head of .Mixul Cuttle (100 Slierp BIG YAKMM. WA.\TEI> Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT '?COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may be tn&de with THEO B. LITTLE A CO Traralgon HAKE BOIIOCGII TABD8 To-morrow (Friday) fJIHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at I the Borough Yards on the above date 12 Good Fat Bullocks 5 Prime Fat Cows 350 Good Cross Weaners, in wool Sale Horse Sale To-morrow Friday, April 0 f|lHEO. B. LITTLE A CO., in conjunc , tion with Messrs Campbell and Son?, tfill hold their next Horse Sale as above at lp.m. 150 HEAD HORSES. including some Snlendid Draughts, in great condition, acct Messrs Taylor &lt;v Baxter Also acct owners, at 2 p.m. Pony Stallion "Black Boy "and Draught Stalli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
PHONE 10 0. F. Kleine Family Butchei ROSEDALE, for ROYAL FlIiE INSURANCE 00. A.J1.P. SOCIETY, Sound Invostmont Bonuses Annually W. -Uolloway Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL), REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Itoscdale l'l'KLIC AOTICE A IiT PERSONS shootins on any partioQ of cho HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE nfter this date will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. OROOKE. We go to school to learn to read, We work lo Kin a prize ; We read to learn what others sell, Then why not advertise ? ESTAIIUSMKD YKABS J, J. BARTLETT, Registered V.H.C., A.J.C., V A.T.C. And Other Lending Clubs Member of Victorian Club, Melbourne Tatteraall'a Club, Sjdney COMMISSIONS EXECUTED on All Government Licensed Rttceoourses Sufficient Address: J.-J. BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Gippsland Monumental Works TPvMALGON (On Railway Reserve, next W. Macdonald's >hcds) w. mm), jun. ,Honu(iiciit;iI & &lt;>Kiicral Mason Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut and Repainted GENERAL REPAIRS Workmans...
THE Rosedale Courier AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APRIL. 8. 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
THB AND CAIIRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLTOG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APRIL. 8. 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,' April 28, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from D a.m. to 4.80 p.m. A Sale of Gifts, in aid of the Church of England Building Fund, at Kilmany, will be held on the 28th and 29th May. Mr R. Fartin Webb, of Traralgon, has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co., who are now holding lat stock sales weekly at New market, "Secrecy," care of G.P.O. Sale, has money to lend from £1 to £500. Strict secrecy. -rriEVERINE FOB INFLUENZA and All Feverish Colds. 1/6 bottle, posted 2/. Obtainable locally from Mr John Williams, Merohant, or direct from CHALLi&IAN, Chemist, TBABAL. GON '.Punchinellos" played to a very fair house at Rosedale on Easter Monday Ni...