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TO WASH LACE. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

TO WASH LACE. In these days when lace is used frr everything, and on everything, it it necessary to know the beat wav to wash this delicate fabrio, for soiled lace is iatal to the appearance of any gown, however exquisite. If a worn D values her lace she will wash it herself; it is no trouble, and the result is, eminently satisfactory. The lace article should first be gently shaken to free it of all loose dust, then plunged into a basin of warm water with a little borax. It is a great mistake to rub lace, however gently; it is so apt to tear the fine stitches; it is best merely to dab it about in the water until it is quite clean- When all the dirt has come iway il should be thoroughly rinsed in pure water, and if a cream or dark ihade is desired, it must be passed through water in which some coffee issence has been pat. Having obtain ed the exact tint, the l.ice must be gently pulled out and wound round a Dig glass buttle, taking-care that the tight side is on the outside. If the a...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDUCTION SERVICE ST. MARK'S [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

INDUCTION SERVICE ST. MARK'S The induction of the Rev H. Devlin took place on Tuesday evening, when there were over 100 persons in attendance at the church. The service, which was very impressive, was conducted by the Ven. Archdeacon Smith, from Sale, and who delivered a most elo quent sermon. After the service, a reception and welcome was held to introduce Rev and Mrs Devlin to the members of the congregation, and other friends of Rosedale. Mr J. R. Williams introduced Mr and Mrs Devlin in a neat speech, and the Ven. Archdeacon spoke at length on the respective responsibilities of the minister and the people to each other and the church. The Rev Mr Mitchell, on behalf of the Presbyterian Church, wel comed Rev Mr and Mrs Devlin to the district, and trusted that their stay would bo long and profitable, both to the church and themselves, and promised his hearty co operation in all church work. Mr Lester, on behalf on the Boari of Guardians, also welcomed Mr and Mrs Devlih, and trusted...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ART OF SHOPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

THE AKT OF SHOPPING. Too many of us start out on a shop ping tour with but vague ideas oi what we are to get. We foolishly fancy that the sight oi the goods -will bring inspir ation. This mistake is our undoing. Wihen our purchases are finally spread before us in the quiet of our own homes, and we examine them at leis ure, we discover that they aro not what we want. Whatever good qualities they may have to recommend them they do not suit our own particular needs. The lamp which we thought such a beauty is decorated in colours which jar with all its surroundings. The dress goods which seemed so attractive on the counter is too heavy or too thin, too light or too dark, as the case may be. Then comes a -weary, and often un successful attempt to make exchanges, and in the end we have spent an in credible amount of time and strength upon an apparently simple matter. As the heroine of a recent magazine cari cature exclaims: "It is not shopping which tires us, but exchanging the gcods alte...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

GARRAJ8HG From Our Own Correspondent The ladies of CarrajuDg held their annual ball in the local hall on Friday April 16. The weather being favor! able, people came from all around the district. The hall was tastefully decoratcd by some of the ladies. Music was supplied by Miss g! Wilson, and the cateiiog was in the hands o(.Mr Murray, of Gormandale. Mr B. Willis and Mr A. Somers carried out the duties ol M.C., and the secre taries (Misses O'Connor and Milne) left uothing to be desired. Following is a list of the dresses : - Mrs Somers, lavender satin Mrs G. Wight, tussore silk Mrs Knox, white silk Mrs Faulkner, navy blue cloth Mrs Hodgson, navy blue satin Mrs Freeman, white embroidered dress Mrs Watley, cream silk Mts-G. Wykes, floral voile Mrs Williams, white silk blouse and brown skirt Miss N. M'Alpine, tussore silk, over dress guipure luce Miss V. M'Alpine, white embroider ed diess Miss A M'Alpine, white embroider ed dress Miss V. Tanner, pale blue satin, overdress pink ninon Mi...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO PLEASE HER. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

HOW TO PLEASE HER. A woman likes to be truly loved anc to bo told so. Sho likos somo noble, honourable mat to bo thoughtful of her, kind and con* siderato of her welfare. When well and becomingly dressed, a }uiot notice of it is always appreciated A word of praise for a nice dinner 01 supper often moro than compensate! her for the worry and work of prepara» tion. She want* her husband not only~tc 10 her supporter but her companion, fotneznbering that it is the kind wor4 that often brings her greater happiuesi than a now set of dishes, though pre sents like the latter ore always welcome. Sho likes to be mado to realise thai she is good foi something besides a mere household drudge. Sho likes to be petted occasionally; but not in public. The little private ">cfc names are very dear to a woman't i0*rt. SHOULD WIVES HAVE SECRETS 1 As husband and wife are one, Ihej should have no secrets one from another A wifo can never rightly and safely dc anything which sho would not like hej husb...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

SPORTING NOTES May I -Cowwarr Amateur Race Meeting, in aid of Belgain Rc'i-.f Fund. May 7-Toongabbie Races. May 10-Rosedale, Nambri 1; and Kilmany and District Patriotic Race Meeting. The.first football match of the season will be played on the local ground next Saturday between N\>.m biok and Rosedale. A charge of six pence will be made at the gate ard the proceeds will be donated to the bcal Belgian Fund. Melbourne Sports Depot's prict- list for this season's football goods will be found on our front page.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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WOMAN'S WORLD. THE WOMAN WHO MAKES THE HOME? [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

WOMAKfa WORLD. THE WOMAN WHO J1AKE8 THE HOUEP Educate hor as wo may, bat do not take from hor tho highosl attribute hor greatest privilege, nor sacred dutj as high pric6t08S of the hearth. In spite of nlT exceptions, tho man's share is t( muko tho daily bread, and tho woman'! to dispenso it. Sho most be busy aboul hor housohold if it is in any truo scns< to dosorvo tho namo of houso. Do nol let us grow too ambitious, too foolishlj proud t.o be callcd a ministering ango in our own houso! Tho women who har< solved tho problom of how to tako ful advantogo of tho now privijges without losing any of tho old have thrown « fresh splendour on tho houso. Thoy havt fitted themsolvos to enter into theii husband's interests, into their son's pur suits, they go hand in hand with th'eii daughter's along tho new paths, wit! just that gentlo, restraining influenci which prevents the young feot frogi run ning too far and too fast. They are woinon whose culture, breadth, and sym...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

NAMBROK rora Our Own Corrtfspondt! A clmffcutter, a stack of ,-uaw, 400 empty cliafi bags and a few bags of chaff were destroyed by lire on Wednesday evening, 14th inst, on the farm of Mr Jno. Beruiing ham. The chafl'cutter was owned by Mr Geo. Cross, of Sale, and was pnrtly covered by insurance. The total loss is estimated at £250. It is not known how the fire originated as the men were pressing straw at another stack some distance away when the outbreak occurred Sometime back, at the reqii'-st o! a number of farmers using tli<- K il irany station, Mr Jas. Benning ham requested the .Railway De partment to erect a chaff rimj', aiid also requested them to accept the Shire weighbridgu weights. The latter request was brought under the notice of the Kosutlale Shire Council by Cr Kenevan and supported by them. The following reply was received from Mr Living ston, M.L.A. :-"Adverting to your letter of the 10th iust. in regard to the request of Mr Jas. Berming liarn, of Nambrok,...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Sauce for the Goose. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

8auc« for the Goose. The appearance of a foreigner lu n tram-car seemed to arouBe the curl oilty of a burly navvy, who presently leaned over and asked: "I say, guv'nor, what sort of a 'nese' *re you?" "What do you mean, ilr?" Bald the .'orelgner. "Are you n Chinese or a Japanese?" "Well, If you are anxious to know, . am a Japaneso. Now, may I ask what sort of a 'key' you arc ?" "What do you mean, guv'nor?" "Why, are you & donkey or a mon key?" Then the stber passengers Inughci

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 19 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

SOSfiDAUE SHIRE COM". MONDAY, APRIL 19 Prr-cnt: CrsMorgin (president), frnokc F-'^er, Widdis. Lang, Henderson. Kenevan, Umphc by. rr DAvis forwarded an apolegy for being unavoidably absent. Correspondence From Country Roads Board, re farmody's contract, and enclosing a letter received from Rice and Rolland " behalf of Carmody.-After a kneth discussion the letter was "received.1' and a motion earned that the contract be cancelled. The en iocer "id Carmody had only himself fn bWtne- When he (Carmody; waited °" he council he agreed to complete a certain portion, but had not doue so. The e was no delay regarding the Hoard's approval of council's action in the muter, as complained of in the solicitor's let'er. Carmody was instructed " proceed with the work a week or .o after that particular council "'plom Railway Department, slating they cannot take over the Shtre weigh bridets, nor can they recognise the k"igh,£ ol such weighbridges.-Re CTcmSl.ire of Maffra, agreeing to allow the sum of...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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A STORY OF AN ENGAGEMENT RING. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

A 8T0RY OF AN ENGAGEMENT ' RING. "When I was a young man," said Bodkins, "I was employed In a large house In the city, and fell In love with a young woman to whom I became en gaged. About two months before w« were to be married, I was sent to Aus tralia on Important business, occa sioned by the death of one of the flm In that country. I took an affection ate leave of my Intended, and prom ised to write to her often. "I was detained longer than I ex pected, but just before I sailed for come I bought a valuable ring, In tending It as a present for my sweet heart. "As I was nearina the shore and roading the paper which the pilot had brought on board, I saw an announce ment of her marriage with anothei, a man I know very well, which so en raged mo that I threw the ring over board. "A few days afterward, as I was dining, fish was served, and In eating a portion, I bit into something hard, and what do yon suppose It was?" "The diamond ring!" exclaimed .everal. "No," said Bodkins: "It was ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

Theo. B. Little & Co ' Stock and Station Agents. "EOSED&LE, SALE, TRABALGON and HEYKIELD. and 457 BOUBKE BT.. MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, April 30 THEO. b. LITTLE A* CO. win hoia their next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on above date, when they will sell #50 IICHII *>f JIi.\nl Cnttlr liOO Sheep Acct Owners 120 Wetners, in goo.1 condition ICO Wethers, in ^ood condition BIO YAIHHH- UAATEH Good Buyers will Attend Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may be made with THEO B. LITTLE A CO Troralgon MALE JBOWOUGH YAllBS To-morrow (Friday) rj>HEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at Jl the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head of Mixed Cattle, including fats 25 Fat Sheep At the Mart, at 3 p.m. Mr K. Dunstan's well known single tofttcd, rubber tyred bticgy (by RothJ j also good set of harness to match. All in good order. Special Sale Sheep and Cattle Sale Borough Yards Thursday, April 2!) THEO. B. LITTLE and CO will aell as above E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

PHONE 10 o. F. Kleine . Family Butcher ROSEDALE. A grout for pOYAIi FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.Xi.P. SOCIETY, W, Hollo way Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL ANl) PETROL). HEWIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Roscdale Pl'HLIC NOTICE ANT PERSONS shooting on any portion of the HOLEY PLAIN: ESTATE after this iato will be PROSE COTEP We go to school to learn to read, We work to ivin a prize ; We read to learn what others sell, Then why not advertise ? Sound Invoatmont Bonuses Annnolly E. J. OROQKE. ESTAIILISIIEU 'J 2 Yl'.AUS J. J. MRTLETT, Regislerod V.R.O., A J.C., V.A.T.C. And Other Lending Clubs Member of Victorian Club, Melbourne Tattersall's Club, Sjdui'y COMMISSIONS EXECUTED on All Goveruwunt Licensed Racecourses Sufficient AddreaB: J. J. BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Monumental Works TMIULGON (On Railway Reserve, next \V. Macdonatd's Sheds) W. BIRD, Jim. Monumental & General Jlastra Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut and Repainted GENERAL REPAIRS Workmanship Equal to IB...

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THE Rosedale Courier AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APRIL. 22, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

TH-E ^oseilaU A.ND CARP.AJUNG, DESISON AND WILLC.SG GAZETTE . PPBLISHEP EYEBY THURSDAY MOBKINO THURSDAY, APBIL. 22, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Your local dentists, Messrs T. V. and Chas. 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 9 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. Farrin Webb, of Traralgon, has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co., who ate now holding iat stock sales weekly at New market. "Secrecy," care ol U.F.O. Sale, has monoy to lend from £1 to £500. Strict secrecy. BR. COLBECK'S CDRATIVE SYRUP for All Stomach Troubles, Obtainable locally from Mr JobD Williams, Merchant, or direct from CHALLMAN, Chemiet,TRARALGON The Rosedale Rifle Club's smoke social takes place on the 28th insl. and Lieutenant P. Fargher...

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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cowwarr 11. Toougtibbie 9. CHURCH OK KNGLAND Koseriule - Morning Prayer Evening Prayer 7. PRESBYTERIAN CHORCH Rosedale 11 and 7, Kilmany 2.80, Demson 3 Flynn 7.30

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HOW TO CHECK A COUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

SOW TO CHECK A COUQH. i. /.» not usually supposed that any exercfefl of the will power can be made efficient In checking a cough or a sneeze, but a celebrated doctor says sneezing can be stopped by pressing on the nerve of the lips in the neighbourhood of tho nose. Coughing may be stopped by slight pressure In front of the ear. This will also stop hiccoughing. Pressing rery hard on the top of the mouth la also a means of stopping coughing, and many will say the will alone has immense power. There are various other affections associated with breathing, which can be stopped by the same mechanism that stops the heart's action. In spasm of the glottis, which Is a terrible thing in children, and also In whooping cough, it Is possible to afford relief by throwing cold water on the feet, or by tickling the soles of the feet, which produces laughter, and at the same time arrests the spasm almost at once.

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THE DOMESTIC HANDY M[?] [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

Kit DOMESTIC HAND* ivl/\> A Northampton man, on belug told i.hnt tlioru were several pieces of tin ware whlcn needed mending, conceived thu idea of getting th« iron and soldei md doing tbe mending himself. Ills wife, niled with vagtio torchodlPEE perhaps, Bald that the expanse was such a Lrlilo that i! ould liuruly pay to do It one's H"l< .which he respon ded: "I'll admit that, la this one Instance, it would not pay, but there is some thing In want of repair every llttlt. while, and If I have the tools here for doing it, wo shall be aaved Just sp much expense. It mny not be much it. the course of a year, but every little helps, and in timo the total amounts to a nico little lump. We don't want the Rothschilds lugging off all the money in the country." lie got the iron, a shilling's worth of soldor, and threepence worth of resin. He camo home with those things and wont into the kitchen, looking so proud and happy that his wife would have been glad he'd got them, were It...

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A WILLUNG INCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

A WILLUNG INCIDENT A correspondent says this ia a true story :-It has just leaked out that the other Sunday morning Mr- set cff on a drive of about 15 miles to see his ladylove, carrying with him his nicely ironed shirt to be put on later. (It was raining the previous night and the roads were muddy, and rain was in the atmosphere when he left for his "bill and-coo"). However, whilst driving along he came to a nicely filled dam and drove to the edge, to give his horse a drink. On turning around after having satisfied his thirst, the horse slipped into the dam, dragging Mr-and the gig with him. By hard Rork the driver managed to crawl along the shafts until he cnce more stood on dry ground. Having shaken the water out of his clothes he was thinking about rescuing the horse and gig, when he was nearly drowned by ihe horse splashing the water over him. Having got things right again he started off, when chancing to look back, he saw his white shut floating on the water. His ardor was sli...

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FATHER AND SON CURED BY ZAM BUK Spreading Eruptions on Face and Head [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

FATHER AND SON GORED BY ZAM BUK Spreading Eruptions on Faeo anfl Head -Mrs M. BoHtrson, 30 Howard street, Leederville, Perth, W.A., says : - "Nasty eruptions broke out on the face and bands of my little boy Edward. Theplaces became inflamed, and as sores began to form the disease spread in an alarming manner. We tried the usual chemists' preparations, but they failed to check the outbreak. "Then, bavins beard so much about Zam Buk we decided to give it a trial. Tbe first few applications of Zam Buk subdued all the inflammation end thoroughly cleansed tbe eores. Edward seemed to get so much comfort from the balm that we eagerly persevered with the treatment. Now, thanks to tbe continued use of Zam Buk, every one of Edward's sores have been so thoroughly cleared away, that no trace of the disease is to be seen, "My husband, too, used Zam Buk as an embrocation 'when he strained bis back. Tbe balm took away all tbe pain and soreness, and made him quit" supple ami strong again. Zam Bnk i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

-Farmers The BEST Line of Farm Implements Are Mado by ?\Vv can supply you with [IKADEHS, HARVESTERS, STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, MILLS (Hop and Diso pottbrn), P1SC FLOWS (Sot and Stump jump), SPRING TOOTH CUL TIVATORS, ONE-WAY CULTIVATORS, HARROWS (Single nod Double Gauge), or any other Implement you may require MOULDBOARD PLOUGHS Bet and stump jump patterns All Implements Made in Australia Mrite for Catalogue Nicholson & Marrow MELBOURNE Pisiriot Representative W. J. PcncUebury ROSEDALE pin 111 THE BEST IN THE WORLD Autumn & Winter Dress Materials ARE NOW ON SHOW WE AH!-: ALSO OFFERING Bargains in Carpet Samples Hyds lonjj, all Good Patterns Millinery In Roidy-to-wcar Bate, v?o have bought the Newest Shapes and Shades Gents' Dept. As usual, wo have a good Winter Stock or Itainproof and Cb©3ter COATS, Felt and Fur Felt HATS, BOOTS and SHOES ROSEDALE thone 11 BE AVOIDED ,tJi» anil is th,. r'n,!s many ailments in its Pi"' Keep your £yiC:lUSC "! much sick" Chjmberlain'j T,i i...

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