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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
Messrs T. V. Trood (L.D.S., B.D.Sc.) Chas. B. Trood DENTAL SURGEONS RAYMOND ST., SALE Plione No. 25. Dentistry I'AIXLESS AM) PERFECT By a Now Method-no pricking of the noodle and no bad after effects. Every* body Astonished. Why go to men who hurt yon, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSOK Visits ROSEDALE at Exchange Hotel APRIL 23 ALL DAY U>o You Know it THAT WAY'S CORNER HOUSE IS T1IE Cheapest Place TO BUY G-lass & China Crockery, Cutlery, Fancy G-oods, Stationery, and Presentation Goods Y00 CAN SAVE MONEY By Shopping M Rklgwmfs Autumn & Winter Dress Materials AUE NOW ON' SHOW WE ARK ALSO OFFERING Bargains in Carpet Samples 14yds loog, all Good Patterns Millinery In Rtidy-to-wear Eats, we hava bought the Nowest Shapes and Shades G-ents' Dept. Ab usual, wo have a good Winter Stock of Itainpraof *ud Chester COATS, Felt a"d Fur Fell HATS, HOOTS aud SHOES ROSEDALE - Phone 11 DIGEST WHAT YOU EAT Du you er.joy what...
COMPETELY GONE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
CO.MPETEI.Y GONE A succession of colds, or even the neglect of a common cold, may cause inflammation of the mucous membrane to become chronic. This can be prevented by the prompt use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at the first symptom of a cold. A few doses of it and the cold is complete*)' gone. A medicine of such great worth and merit as Chamber ber's Cough Remedy should He kept in every home where there are children. Sold by T. Williams, Roscdale
STRATFORD & NUNTIN EASTER MONDAY RACES From Our Own Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
STRATFORD & NUNTIN MONDAY RACES From Our Own OorroBpondont Handicap Hurdle Race, of 35 sovs G.M.Davis's b g Debut, 9.1, ^ Lovell) 1st; Nine i.f Diamonds, n/j (E. Fullei) and ; Lax, 9.11 (O.K. Massie) 3rd. Time, 4 min. Handicap Trial Stakes, of 15 sovs D. M. Campbtll's br g Resembler, ;.0 (G. A. Lane) 1st ; Vandora, 7 .0 (R. Tucker) 2nd ; Coax, 7 2 (A.J.Mas, sie) 3rd. Time, 1 min 6 Hecs. Stratford and Nuntin Handicap, 0f 40 sovs-J. R. Whiibourne's br s> Eurobin, 9 2 (L. G. Hall) 1st ; Seder, iclc, 9.0 (G. Downey) 2nd ; Pells, 8.11 (P. Childs) 3rd. Time, 1 min 46 sees. 13.1 a.u. Pony Race, of 12 sovs-J, D. Campbell's b m Hippona, 7.11 (G, Downie) 1st; The Squiie, 8.u (G.A. Lane) 2nd ; Little Dandy, 7.2 (J. Jones) 3rd. TimOj 54 sees . Handicap Publican's Purse, of 20 sovs-A. Holloway's ch g P1T.1, ij,0 (P. Childs) 1st r Ooramina, S.i (K. Tucker) 2nd ; Gilead, 7.10 (G, Downie) 3rd. Time, 1 min 20 sees. 14 a.u. Pony Race, of 15 sovs-G. Swan's b m Connemara, 7 6 (G. Downie) 1st...
STOP CHILDREN COUGHING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
STOP CHILDREN COUGHING Stop the children coughing by giving them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. A cough racks and weakens the entire system and Suickly leads to serious bronchial troubles, hamberlain's Cough Remedy acts quickly in giving relief from coughs, colds or bron chial troubles. It is easy to take and tastes .good, and is safe for children for it contains T0"n,M^0tic5 of any description. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale. -ij -.3 £;j g&g
NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
' NEWS AND NOTES (By ' Tho Latnp-pOBi") TbeUosedalelProgrcss Association met with poor encouragement nt the bands of district farmers in the atfompt to bavo n granary established at tbo local railway station. Anyhow tliia WOB a matttr that required perhaps more thought than tbe Association bestowed upon it. Such a building would un doubtedly be of great benefit 10 those in a (»iition to U9u it> but could tbe demand justify tbo coat of erecting a j structure large enough to store tbo groin produced in tbfl district, ID face of tbo fact that tbo time will come when tbe bulk handling of grain will be in vogue. However the efforts of ibe Association were worthy of some coneMermion ot tbe bands of the producers and in common courtesy Bomo tangible result should bavo eventnoted. Tbo formation of tbo Progress As sociation agitated tbe minds and energies of a few of our residents for many years, and now that it is formed with energetic and progressive officers, it is hoped thai a email s...
SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
SPOTTING NOTES The Cowwarr Amateur Race Club have drawn up a programme of seven events, with trophies to value of ^40/8/. The meeting is to be held on Pine Grove course on Saturday, May 1st, and proceeds are to be donated to Belgian Fund. Cr D. Morgan is president, with Messrs H. F. Parker and R. E. -Pollock hun. sees. The Toongabbie Racing Club has fixed Fiiday, May 7, as the date for holding a race meeting, if the day is allotted to them by the V.R.C. A programme of £99 was approved of, including a ^,15 Distance Handicap Trot. The programme will apjear latter'on. The trustees of the course are erecting new buildings on the course, viz. a secretary's and stewards' loom, jockey room and weighing en closure, which will make it more con venient for the officials and the public generally.
CORRESPONDENCE THE NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
CORRESPONDENCE THE NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-"Neutral" seems to have taken my letter of March 25th very hard, especially for a disinterested party. It seems to me, had I been a little more didactic, it would not have done "Neutral'' any harm, as he appears to have a lot to learn about this matter. We all know that at the present time only three or.four people (not two or three) from' the west end use the present road, but "Neutral" and some of his east end friends lose sight of the fact that a toad through "Glenwood" and continued on to tho main road nould give a much better road to Rose dale for at least a dozen west end rate payers, and, at the same lime, place no hardship on east rnd ratepayers. "Neutral's" statement re rates is very laughable. If the S or 10 ratepayers at the east end were made responsible for the interest on the new road, I am afraid they would shut up shop and get. I say that the ratepayers-both east and west will have to pay, and as...
MONEY FROM BEES TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
MONEY FROM BEES TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-In reference to the success of Mr Salmon in the keeping of bees in the railway yard at Leongatha, and the large orders he receives for honey fiom the Ci'y, it is satisfactory to find that the residents of this district are realising that money can be made from tees, and propose forming a company to conduct an apiary on a larger scale. Bees will work for nothing and find ihtmselves by gather ing honey and tood from every flower within a radius of fully three miles, so that every farm and garden adds to the supply. Afier the first season the honey yield represents a profit on which the owner has expended nothing but a little time and attention. The following examples of the possibilities of money from bees are given in Gov ernment publications :-Mr , a City dweller, commenced brc (arming in 1906. He had no previous experi ence. At the end of the year he hid 50 hives. At the end of 191*1 he had 270, and received ^406/13/5. Mr - commen...
TOWN MATTERS TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 April 1915
TOWN MATTERS TO THE EDITOR OK THE "COURIER0 Sir,-I noticed a paragraph in your last issue, whereiu it stated the local Mechanics' committee-at their last meeting brought up about the ever failing gaslight. Now, Sir, I am told that there is nothing whatever wrong with the generator, yet since the com mittee decided to look into the matter the light has once again failed. Only on Saturday nigh1, while the towns people wire assembling in the mem ber's room to discuss patriotic matters, out it went again. Does the commit tee know that the library attendant always keeps a candle on the table ready to light up on the occasion of these "outs" ? Surely to goodness some move will be made to end this bother. While on the go, I would like to ask the Progress Association to draw Council's attention to the fact that the rubbish man has not yet put in an appeaiacce about the houses. One would think our worthy representatives in council would stand by their pro* mise given to the ratepayers. Many ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
WAS NEVER WELL Neuralgia and Biliousness Caused Untold Suffering. Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills Give Complete Relief Neuralgia is caused by poorness of blood, and a remedy that will [-urify lbs blood will overcome Neuralgia. Tbat Dr .Morse's Indian Root Pil!s°do tbis speedilyand thoroughly is proved by the following state ment received from Mr3 J. Hyde, of 26 Evelyn s!., Mel bourne, Victoria who writeB : "Just a few lines in reference to your Dr Morse'B Indian Root Pills as a medicine. DuriDg the past two ytars I suffered from Sick Headaches and Neuralgia and periodic Biliousness. In epite of dieting and medical advice, 1 was never well. I used to dread tbe days and nights of nervous agony and only women who have suffered from. Siok Headaches know what those nights wire. Some time back I was advised lo give Indian Root Pills a trial, but I did not do so at that time, for I had been advised to try so many medicines. But a fri nd who had suffered from Neuralgia, and whom your Pills bad...
ROSEDALE AND DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
ROSEDALB AND DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION There was only a small attendance at the monthly meeting of the above on Monday night last. Present : Mr F. J. M'Caithy (in the chair), Rev. R. Mitchell, Messrs G. RintouU, H. Allen, R. Green, J. R. Williams, G. Carlson. Correspondence From Post Master General's depart ment, relative to the desired Extension of the Rosedale township letter delivery, staling that inquiry would be made in the matter, and the result communicated through the Federal Representative for the distiict.-It was decided to draw Mr Wise's attention lo same. From Secretary Rosedale Shire, in reference lo the division of the ridings, stating that it was a matter for the ratepayers of the whole Shire to deal with, and not the council. The only way was for the ratepayers to petition the Governor in Council to subdivide the Rosedale Riding. The petition must be signed by at least a quarter of the names on the roll, and presented in the prescribed manner.-To be dealt with at...
BEET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
BEET NOTES Operations at the Mtffia Beet Sugar Factory have settled down to a steady grind cf approximately 150 tons per day. The management informs us this is not as fast as thty hoped, for they are prepared to handle 200 to 250 tons per day. This is rather un fortunate as at the present rate they cannot expect to make the same financial showing as if they bad a full supply. Outside of coal it costs ap proximately as much to put through 150 tons a day as it does 250 tons. Mr Dyer, says the ''MafTra Spec tator," informs us he has a communi cation from Mt. Gambier and that there has been appointed a committee to visit Maffra to investigate the Beet Sugar Industy.
SUFFERING MAY BE AVOIDED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 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 thing, but like many simple things it may lead to serious con* sequences. Nature . ften needs a little assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets are' taken at the first symptom of any irregularity much suffering and distress may I be avoided. Sold by J. Williams, Kosedale
STOP CHILDREN COUGHING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
STOP CHILDREN COUGHING Sto."> the children coughing by giving them Chamberlain's Couph Remedy, A cough racks and weakens the entire system and quickly leads to serious bronchial troubles. Chamberlain's Cough Remeay acts quickly in giving relief from coughs, colds or bron* chtal troubles. It is easy to take and tastes good, and is safe for children for it contains no narcotics of any description. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale.
PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING MONDAY, MAY 10 IN AID OF BELGIANS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING MONDAY, MAY 10 r AID OF BELGIANS A general meeting of ihose interested in lhe_ "Bosedale, Nambiok, Kilmany and District Patriotic Race Meeiing" was held in the local hall on Saturday night last. Present : Messrs H. R Anderson (in the chair), J. Widdis, F. Anderson, G. Rintoull. \V. Bready, A. Murren, G, Watts, J. Cairns, H Allen, P. Onley, S. BiDtoull, T, Kelly, P. Donoliue, Kerr, G, Carlson and Secretary A. Allon. The following business was dealt with : Correspondence From Traratgon Racing Club, re " Gippsland Benefit Meeting to be held at Tiaralgoo on 28th inst., and asking for -support.-It was resolved that the patronage of Rosedale Racing Club be granted to same, ard secretary to inform Traralgori Club that Rose dale and district were holding a race meeiing in May mxt in aid of the Beleian Relief Fund. From "'Age" Office, agreeing to in seit pr gram advt. of Patiiotic meeting at half rates.-Received. From "Argus" Office, stating that* the management could ...
THE BRITISH FLAG ITS SYMBOLISM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
THE BRITISH FLAG ITS SYMBOLISM Few people or" acquainted with tbe Bymfcolism of tbe British flap, and DO time than the present could bo moro opportune for us to provide that information. The British flag has no ecclesiastical significance, but has come to us through the old ous tom in tlie Navy of dividing the ships of war into three squadrons-the White, tbe Blue and the Red. Many nations (including France, Russia, Holland, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Batavia, Bulgaria, and Servia) have national flag? with the triune colors, red, white and blue in bands, either horizontal or vertical, while other nations also use the same colors in various combinations. Red (or gulee) denotes military fortitude and mag nanimity, White (or argent) denotes peaco and sincerity: and Blue (or azure) signifies loyalty and truth.
FLYNN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
FLYNN From Oar Own Correspondent Splendid rains have fallen during the last few day*, and although not enough to fill all the dams, will do an immense amount of good. Flynn's Creek, Sheep wash and Loy Yang i Creeks wero drier than mostofihe resi dents have e»er seen them, but the thunderstorms hare filled up the holes. Ploughing and sowing is general. Dairying is vety slack, and the present season has probably been one of the worst known, the productions being very low, although high prices for butter, cheese, etc., have in a mea sure made up for the deficiency. Chaff is slill being despatched from the district, but very few stacks remain. Although grass has been very Bhort throughout the district, dry stock until recently, have" done remarkably well. At the Newmarket sales on Tuesday, 200 two-tooth Shropshire wethers, bred and fattened on the native grass at Loy Yang by Mr James Fithie, made the splendid average of £1 5s. Misa Hilda Stuckey youngest daughter of Mrs Stuckey of "Fair...
VARICOSE ULCERS Terrible Trouble Caused by a Knock Zam Buk makes Leg Sound Again [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 April 1915
VARICOSE ULCERS Terrible Trouble Caused by a Knock Zam Buk makes Leg Sound Again Mr VV. E. Brown, of Durham-street, Auckland, N.Z., writes:-"Through knocking my left leg agm'nst the edge of a box I one day burst a varicose vein, A stream of blood gushed out, and it was some time before I could BtO|> the outflow. Soon afterwards tbe wound became angry looking ai d ulcerous, and started to cause great pain. "I laid up Bud rested tbe limb, but it was no use, for tbe baJ place got worse- and wors= and terriblyjinflami d. Tben tbe treatment of a medical man was tried, but it foiled to bring any improvement. For eight months I was in fearful torment. Tbe infl immation spread, tbe ulcers got deeper and big ger, and the leg wai swollen enor mously. "I had often beard of Zam Buk, BO at last I decided to try it. I experi enced splendid ease almost as soon as I used tbe balm. Zam Buk soothed away the pain, greatly reduced the swilling, and caused tbe leg to have a much better appearance. Tb...