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DR. FITCHETT'S BRILLIANT WAR ARTICLES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

FITCHETT'S BRILLIANT WAR ARTICLES In the May issue, just to band, "Life," our lending Australasian maza zinn, gives tbe most adequato and most picturesque review of the progress of the great W.ir of any mag-zinc, either local or imported. This is due chiefly to the fact that Dr Pitched the author of "Deeds That Won the Empire"-is writing exclusively for "Life." In addition to Dr Fitcbett's review there are many articles in "L'fe" by experts dealing with various phases of tbe great conflict. For example, a leading editor discusses the question .'Is America Playing tbe Game ?" and ibis judgment, which is against AmerioB, is particularly interesting as coming, not from on outsider, but from an insider. Mr Will IrwiD, that capable judge ' and very picturesque writer, contributes a study of "J'he Imperturbable Britisher," and dis cusses the point of whether England's calmoess is a virture or a vice. Apart from tbe special features in "Life" there are ibe regular depart ments, filled, as ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE WILLUNG NEW ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

CORRESPONDENCE WILLUNG NEW ROAD '1X3 THE EUITOK Ol t U> ''COVRIKR" Sir,-It was with mixed feelings that 1. read "Neutral's'' latest effusion - feelings of amusement and sorrow. Amusing lu see the way he shuffles with and sidesteps the real issue. Sorrow that he allows himself to decend to veiled abuse, when argu ment fails. In my previous letters I made a few straigbtout statements, summarised they are :-ist-"That about a dozen west end ratepayers would use road ihicugh 'Glenwood' if it were continued through the main read." 2nd-"That four ratepayers at west end gave a donation towards new bridge." 3rd-"That the west end ratepayers would have to pay their share towards ccst of new road." Now "Neutral" has failed to upset a single statement, although he has used a good quantity of ink in try to do so. .Dealing with No 1: Nearly all of these ratepayers were at the road meeting, in the interest of the "Glenwood" road and those who were not present I have since seen, and thty all sta...

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

-TJ^EYERINE FOR INFLUENZA, and All Feverish Colds. 1/6 bottle, posted 2/. Obtainable locally from Mr John Williams, Merohant, or direct from OHALIiXlAN, Chemist, TRA.RAL GON SilTH'S ^JEp'ini. Sawbench.es Corncrusliers Chaffcutters Horseworks HAVE BKEN for 45 Yeara* and STILL ARE Absolutely the Best 11G OBESWICK ROAD BALLARAT Write for Catalog A.M.I» Society THE IjEAIH.Vfi I,I I K OFFICE Fr.MlS 0(H) Strongest Reserves ! Largest Bonuses ! Lowest Expense Rate I Ytnrly Bonua 1 All information re Life Assurance from JE. K. TUJEATT, District Trarellio? Representative I7. X. Dt VJ2, District Secretary Oippslund Bhtrlct OHicc, MALE Temporary Loans TO BANK CLERKS, RAILWAY EMPLOYES, GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, and the . POBLIO Generally. Bills Discounted Daily. FROM £1 TO £500. Apply to "SECRECY," G.P.O. Sale. Strict Secrecy. WANTED KNOWN.-Job Printing executed on shortest notice, at moderate rates, "Courier" Office. GEELONG WOOL SALES Denny St Lascelles, Limited ? DIRECTORS E. H.Laacellea (Chairma...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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ROSEDALE FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 April 1915

ROSEDALE FOOTBALL CLUB A geneial meeting of the newly formed Rosedale Football Club was held io the Mechanics' on Saturday evening last. Judging by the very larjje attendance and the enthusiasm shown, Boscdale should have no trouble in geit'w.g ihe r "eighteen.'' Mr Alf. Kenyon was voted to the chair. The balance fheet ot th* recent dance was read by ihe secretary (Mr Jack rMuinmir) which showed a crid.t of ^4 SB Cd. This was considered very satisfactory and places the club on a sound financial footing. Ou the motion of B. Barker and G. Rintoull, Mr Gto. Anderson was elected secretary of the club. It wes resolved to bo'id over the electiou of other office-bearers and the fixing of the mtmbers' fees till a later meeting. Tbe secretary was instructed to write to Cowwarr, Heyfield, Glengarry and Toongabbie asking them if they would join in a competition for the ensuing season. Il was decided to hold the first match on Saturday afternoon next, between Nambrok and Koscdale at Rosedale, a...

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

GIVE yoor CATTLE HACIX.ATIC PHOSPHATES or CHALLMAN'S CATTLE LICK. nibs 1', 2Slbs 5/3, 561bs 10/6, lcwt 21/. CHALLMAX, Chemist, TEARALGOX 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. HARRIS-WALKEK is one of the best known workers in the Church, and is at present associated with one of the leadinp churches of NS.W. 11 is 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 tl.e desire expressed in it that good I may result from «ts publication. Thy 1 reverend geotleman writes from his Sydnee I home. 60 Corona Avenue, Waverley, 4/S/14. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. .'Having foryears used Clements Tonic, 1 bear testimony to its value <is a House hold Friend. "A friend induced .me to try. Clements Tor.ic»and although'sceptical as to its merit, I was so gratified with the result of its use th...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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BAD LEG Bendigo Lady's Highly Satisfactory Experience with Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

BAD LEG Bendigo Lady'a Highly Satisfactory Experience with Dr Morse's " Indian Root Pills . The splendid blood purifying pro perties of Dr Morse's Indian Boot Pills are vouched for by Mrs Anne Brown, of Rcginald-st., Quarry Hill, Bendigo, who writes:-"I tried almost every medicine for the relief of a bad leg, which developed many sores aris ing from blood impurities, all to no purpose. I found . many visits to doctors likewise unavailing, and seeing Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills highly recommended, I decidrd lo try them. After taking a course of Indian Root Pills I found an early recovery to nor mal state of health. Improvement commenced from the first few pills taken. I was delighted with the bene fits I wa3 receiving, so continued the i medicine, and within two months I was rest"reii to health. I can certain ly r. comm> nd Dr Morse's Indian Root x'ills as a blood purifying medioine, unequalled, in my case, for au abso lute cure. You can use tbis testimony for publication. They a...

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DEATH OF MR. CHARLES SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

DEATH OF MR, CHARLES SMITH i The old identities of Gippsland are ono by | ono passing "boyond the pale," and wo have I to again record tho demise of ono of our very ' earliest pioneers in that grand old man, Mr Charles Smith, who has for a generation refilled in onr midet, enjoying the rospoct and esteem which ho justly earned amongst all classics by his honorable and unimpeach able character. Ue wae of a ficnial disposition, strong and hearty, and sickness was ptactically unknown to him. Although ho bad reached tho ripe old ago of 89 years, ho retained his faculties almost up to tho day of his death which took placo on Sunday sight last at 11,30 o'clock. Tho funeral took placo on Tuesday aftor* noon, and fhe esteem in which bo was held was clearly ovidonccd by tho very largo and representative gathering of relatives and frionds who.had assembled to pay their last respects to ono who had endeared himself to all with whom ho had come in contact. Tho remains wero interred in the Rosed...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE KAISER'S PRAYER THE LATEST ULTIMATUM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

THE KAISER'S PRAYER THE LATEST ULTIMATUM Gott Gott, dear Gott, attention please 1 Your Bardner Yilbeim's here, Und bag a vord or two to say Into your brivate ear ; So durn away all udders now XJnd listen veil to me, For vot I say concerns me much, MeiDself and Sliermany Yon know, dearGoit, I vagyou friendt, Und from mein hour of birth I quietly lett you rule de HiffeD, Vile 1 rule o'er de Earlh ; Und ven I (oldt mein soldiers Of bygone battle days, I tell them of your past, mein Gott, Und give you half de praise In every way I try 10 prove Mein heart to you was true, Und only claimed mein honest share la great D. eds dat we do. You could not haf a better friendt In sky or land or sea. De Kaiser Yilhelm Number Two, The Lord of Shermauy So vot I say, dear Gott, i3 dis, Dat ve should still l.e friends, Und you should help to send my foes To meet deir bitter endte. If you, -Jear Gott, vill dis me do, I'll nothing ask again, Und you und I vill barduers be For tvirmore-Amen But listen, Go...

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SPORTING NOTES COWWARR RACE WEIGHTS Saturday, May 1 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

SPORTING NOTES COWWARIi RACE WEIGHTS Saturday, May 1 HANDICAP MAIDEN' HACK RACE La Ceil 12.0, Cloudiand 11.5, Cliss 110, Newhavcn 11.0 HANDICAP PONY RACE, Ma.u-Bal shirel3 0, Flossie 12.7, Conneraara 11.10, Cheek; 11.0, Flambeau 10,12, Skidoo 10.8, Vera 10.5, Telltale 10.0. Shamrock 10.0 BELGIAN CUP-Julia B 12.7, Pella 12.2, Dobut 11.0, White Star 10.12, Jetber 10.5, Gaitee More 10.5, Galfaro 10.3, Henita 10.3, Vandora 10.0, Mainstitch 10.0 PINE GIEOY£ HANDICAP-GaUfaro 10.11, Prince Havoc 10.8, MuffToy 10.8, Sash 10.0, Scdrona 10.0, Cliss 10.0 NOVELTY FONY RACE-Cider 10.5, Flossie 10.0, Cheeky 9.0, Flatrfbeau 8.9, Skidoo 8.0, Sparkling Plug 8.0, Bo Peep 7.11, Vera 7.9, Tanvella 7 7, Petrel 7.7, Tommy 7 2, Shamrock 7.2, Honest Tom 7.2, Dapbne 7.2, Tiny 7-2. Warrego 7.0 Sun beam 7.0, The Sign 7.0, Jimmy Watts 7.0, Xelltate 7.0, Weak Heart 7.0 FLYING HANDICAP-Pella 12,6, Debut I 11.3, White Stir 11.3, Menkawrah 11.0, Gaitee More 10 9, Galafaro 10.9, Prince Havoc 10.9, Vandora 10.2, Sas...

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STOP CHILDREN COUGHING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

STOP CHILDREN COUGHING StoD the children coughing by giving them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. A cough I racks and weakens the entire system and quickly leads to serious bronchial troubles. Chamberlain's Cough Remcay 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 no narcotics of any description. Sold by J Williams, Rosedale.

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ROSEDALE, NAMBROK, KILMANY & DISTRICT PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING Monday, May 10 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

ROSEDALE. NAMBROK, IilLMANY & DISTRICT PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING Monday, May 10 Tho following splendid entries have been received : ANTWERP HU RDLE UACE of f35 Cooma, Sederick, Lax, NiooofEiamoods, "Wessex, Chunda, Dismal, Bohemian Boy, Sure Step, Dobut, Galtoo More, Brown Bird. Colonel "White. Jack Watson LOUVAIN TRIAL HANDICAP, £15 -Nimblo Lad, Giload, The Marne, Conve.v, Resembler. Lit Esperance, Boa Johnson, Sojer, Heathermaid. Lumicro, Majestic Maid, Bardalia, Sylvino, Majestic Foot, Coros, Ctirtaao, Wamby KING ALBERT HANDICAP, of £35 -Julia B, Eurobin, Nine of Diamonds, Golden Rest, Ramoth, Silver Gauntlet, Glynn, Eubulus, Patrobas, Lucikoff, Bardalia, Trawl, Linders BOOKMAKERS' PATRIOTIC PCRSE of ^25-Ooramina, Gilead, Convoy, Lady Emmie, Nine ot Diamonds, Botany Bay, Golden Best, Morcer, Mtlonian, Firebrick, Raiuoth, Silver Gauntlet, Lumiere, Majestio Maid, Caros, Majestic Foot BRUSSELS' PONY RACE of £10 Dad, Mirth, Splinter, Balshire PUBLICANS' LIEGE STAKES, £25 -Ooiami...

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TO OUR CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

TO OCR CRITIC Tbo "Egyptian Muil" (Cairo) pub lishes tbe following verses from a mem ber of tbe Australian Expeditionary Force, with the remark that no editorial comment is needed : Aint you got no tianlty savvy ? Have you got no better nee, Than to lliog back home yer inky Pio3uet3 of yc-r pen's abuse? Do yer think we've all gone dippy Since we landed over here ? Is a soldier less a eoldk-r 'Cause he sucks a pint of beer ? Have yer got no loving mother Waiting for yer over 'ome ? Do yer own no smiling sister Over there aoross the loam ? Do yer think they like you better For yer tales of drink and sbame ? Do yer think they'll praise yer action In defamin' our fair name ? One swallow makes no summer, Three shickers not a force ; Where a few makes it a welter, You condemn the lot, of course Do you think ye'r Gawd Almighty, 'Cos yer wears a captain's stars ? Think ua blokes is dirt beneath yer, Men of low degrees, and bars ? Say, yer cannot be Australian, Let us say in your defence, Ye...

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VALUE OF VERMIN DESTRUCTION ACT TO STATE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

VALUE OF VERMIN DES TRUCTION ACT TO STATE (By Frank Allen, Esq., Chief Inspector) For the eight months ending February 28, 45 millions of Btrvchnincd apple and carrot baits hare been user! by {he department, find about five times that quantity in froe feed. Experience has provod that about seven poisonod baits to a rabbit is a (air thing. This would be About six and a half millions. There are the rabbits that are killed also with the phoapboriced bait, digging our, fumigating, etc., which would be somo millions more-say a total of eight or nine millions, equal easily to over a million sheep, or their equivalent. But these figures are nothing compired to the quantity the operation of the Act causes the death of. That is, of causo, impossible to determine closoly. But the only way to arrive at & knowledge of the vast quantity killod in tho State is to go by tho Govern ment Statist's figures. Tako 1913 as a b^sis, AS I have not got tho 19(4 figures. Anyway, they wero greatly af...

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A MISTAKEN NOTION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

A MISTAKEN NOTION ''"here is a prevailing notion that it is dan* gerous to stop diarrhoea too suddenly. That may be the case where astringent medicine is used but there is not the least danger of stopping it tco quickly if Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken. This medicine is not astringent and stops the diarrhoea by removing the cause. As a rule only two or threp doses are re. quired to give permanent relief. Sold by John Williams, Rosedale.

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MR ALLEN'S REPORT CRITICISED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

MR ALLEN'S REPOKT CRITICISED In the above report Mr Allen uses hugh figures, but they are as unavoidable in dealing with rabbit destruction as in Astronomy. From the view point of our experiences in the North«l£ast and other parts of the State, before his occupancy of the Administrative Chair, we are inclined to think ho would have been fully justified in doubling the figure* with which he credit* ilte Act. He is, certainly, very modest in his estimate that 1 in *20 is rkinned. lu our opinion lin<10 would be iieirer the mark. Very few rabbits aic skinned in proportion to the total number destroyed and this is more than the case Eince the introduction of tho apple and carrot with strychnine system which pives such splendid results in spring when breeding is at its height. We under stand that of the G(00D destroyed in this district none has been so treated. But leaving this method of calculating the value of the Act out altogether and taking into view the permanent marks le...

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A CURIOUS EPITAPH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

A' CURIOUS EPITAPH Some time ago, whilst a parly were visiting a country town in Yorkshire, they went to look through the church yard. Whilst passirg through they came across a tombstone which bore the following inscription : Here's to the man that passeth by. As thou art now, jo once was I ; As I am now, so must thou be. Prepare thyself to follow me. After reading it, one of the party stooped down, and with a piece of chalk wrote underneath the following To follow thee I'll ne'er consent Until I know which way tha' went.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

"Theo. B. Little & Co Rosedale Sale Friday, April 30 (TO-MOUliOV-V THEO. B. LITTLE A- CO. will bold tboir next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on j above date, when they will sell #50 Hem! of JII'ahI Catilf (>00 Slier p Accl Owners 120 Wetnm, in gccnl condition 100 Wethers, in good condition BIG YAK DING LASTED Good Buyers will Attend BOOTHS BOOTHS TO-MOKIUnV (Friilnv) THEO B. LITTLE and CO will ssli at their Murt, .Sale. To-morrow, at 3 The Publican's Booth for the jRosedale, Kambrok, Kihnanv and District Patriotic Race Meeting DALE BOItOldll YABBN [ To-momiu (Friday) rpHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at | JL the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head of Mixed Cattle, including fats I 25 Fat Sheep At the Mart, at 3 p.m. Strong Hooded Buggy Special Sale ^ Sheep and Cattle Sale Borough Yards THIS DA V THEO. B. LITTLE and CO will lell as Above Sale Horse Sale I Thursday, Slay C THEO B. LIT! LE't CO. HEYF1ELD Wednesday, Jlav 5 T1HEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell JL at above, at 1.30 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

PHONE 10 ?. F. Kleine Family Butcher. ROSEDALE. ifftint for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Invoatmont BontiBoa Annually w. Holloway Expert on Motor Oars, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETKOL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, liosedale .vorjci: AKY PERSONS shootin" on nay pmiion of ;ho HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this dmo will bo PROSE ODTED E. J. OROOKE. Wo go ;G school to learn to read, We vr.uk to win a prize ; Weteu! to learn what others sell, Then why not advertise ? Estaiilishkd :!2 Ykabh J, I BARTLETT, Registered V.U.O., A.J.C., V.A.T.C. And Other Leading Clubs Member of Victorian Club, Melbourne TatterjaU'a Club, Sjdney COMMISSIONS , " EXECUTED on all Governwuut Lioonaed Rsoeaouraea Sufficient Address: J. J. BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Gippsland Monumental Works TRMU'LGON (On Railway Reserve, next W, M.icdonald's sheds) W. BIRD, Jun. Moiiumcnt.il & General Mil.sou Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut and Repainted GENERAL REPAIRS Workmanship Equal to Bes...

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THE Rosedale Courier AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WLLLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APRIL. 29, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

A?SI"E3 AND CAMIAJUNG, DENISON AND WLLLU.S'Q GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVEP.V THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APRIL. 23, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Euchre parly and dance at Willung next Wednesday evening. Annual meeting of Roseda'e Racing Club to-morrow night. Dr Hageriauer, of Traralgon, will pay his usual weekly visit to Roseoale on Thursday afternoon in future. Messrs Treloar and Son, of Sale, commence a gigantic clearing sale to-morrow. Full particulars in advt. Mrs Margaret Grimme, of Dawson, aged 73 years, was burnt to death on Sunday last whilst preparing dinner for her family. Says the Walballa "Chronicle" : Mr John Warburton, a very old identity of the ranges, who claims to have brought the first lot of stores into Stringet's Creek, paid a visit to Wal halla this week, and renewed many old associations after an absence of about ten years since his last trip. The veteran, although now 80 years of age, thought nothing of the ride of 50 miles toWalhalla and back toToombon, where he prefers to...

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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

Cliuuli Services CATHOLIC CuoBcn. Rosedalo 11. Cotvwarr 11. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Rosedale - Morning Prayer Evening Prayer 7. PRESBYTERIAN CUURCH Rosedale 11 and 7, Nambrok 3, Flynn's Creek 2.80 FJynn 7.30

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