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WANTED IN EVERY HOME Zam Buk the healer that is Always Handy [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

; WANTED IK EVERY [HOME Zam I3uk lhe|healer that is Always Handy As every mother and housekeeper knows, it is actual experience that cor rectly guides her in buildiig up the "indisptni-ablo" rcqumrnents of the home ehr> controls. Few articleB, indeed, are as indis pensable in tbo borne a a n pot of Zom Buk, ".vbicli lien's the skin an drives pain and disease out of the tissu5s in a way entirely new and better than ever before has been accomplished. Zam Bui; has become the favourite healer for home use, not merely bo cause it is ready for use the moment it is wanted, but because it so quickly soothes and heals the smarting cut, the burn or scald got during cooking, and cures so thoroughly u hundred and one distressing skin affections. Zaci Buk contains none of tbo raDcid animal fats present in chcap ointments which at best ore unsafe and unreli able and which become useless in a very short time. Neither time uor climate can mar the wholesocieness and efficacy of Zaru Buk. Zam Buk ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FISH STORY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

A FISH STORY Mr Citiman : You have a very fine trout pond, I understand ? Mr Wayback : Yes, sir, I raise trout fur a livin.' Mr Citiman : What do you charge for fishing in it ? Mr Wayback : Don't allow no stiangers to fish in it. Might catch th' wrong kind, you know. Mr Citiman : But I was told this was a good place for a day's sport. Mr Wayback : Y'r right about that. You and y'r friend go over to that there arbour, and take it easy. My wife'll bring ye out a bottle cf whisky an' some glasses. At alirut train time I'll fill yer basket with fish, lift ye inter the waggon, and drive ye to the station.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

Teen Bros.' Autumn & Winter Dress Materials AUli NOW ON SHOW WK ARB ALSO OFFERING j Bargains in Carpet Samples i l$yds long, all Good Patterns j Millinery In R&idy-to>wear Hats, wo have bought tho Neweet Shapes and Shades G-ents5 Dept. As U&U&1, Ti*o have a good Winter Brock Hainprool and Cheater rOATS, Felt &«>d Fur Felt HATS, HOOTS and SHOES ROSEDALE Phone 11 DIGEST WHAT YOU EAT Th"i " enJ0y what -vou cat.? " i'011 don't, your food docs not do you much good. 115 no way'° maintain the health and strength o[ mind and body except by nourishment. There is no way to nourish the body except through the stomach. I he stomach must be kept healthy, pure and sweet, or the strength will go down and disease will result. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are the remedy that everyono should take when there is anything wrong with the stomach. ji M?r'.Sh.^d.0"'M,Di?eslivc Tabulcs are the only digestant or combinations ol dlgcstants that will digest ALL ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUFFERING MAY BE AVOIDED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

SUFFEKINC. MAY BE AVOIDED Constipation brings many ailments in its 'rain and is the primary cause of much sick rt"'. *cur bowels regular by talcing .amberlain's Tablets and you will escape ro*ny ailments which make life a misery, constipation is a simple thing, but like many simple tnings it may lead to serious con* sequences, Nature i-ften needs a little assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets it?-1? ." at l^e ^rst s)mPlom of an>" I .'i'1? rnucfl suffering aod distress may .-a.ouied bold by J Williams, Kosedale

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

i^tlVE YODR CATTLE HACINATIC V* PHOSPHATES or CHALLMAN'S CATTLE LICK. olbs 1/, 2Slbs 5/3, 561ba 10/6, lcwt 21/. CHALLMAN, Chemist, TflARALGON Nurse Thome's Private Hospital HARTLEY HOUBE, REEVES STREET, SALE Comfortable AooomraiodaUon for Ladies Oat Gaies Ataeded Narto Supplied Phone 134 £JOOO PRIZES .gJOOO Melbourne - Eight Hours Art Union Acknowledged to be one of the most genuine of all the Art Unions ever held 59th Year 59th Year A3 POPULAR AS EVER The Great Event of the Year 59th ANNIVERSARY ElGHT HOURS DAY GRAND PETE, BAZAAR & ART UNON In aid ot the Charities (1 own and Country) Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne MONDAY, 26th APRIL (Eight Hours Day) Public and Bank Holiday EIGHT HOURS ART UNION 100 Prizes, Yalued £1,000 Works of Art by Australian Artists 1st-(HI Puintimr- Valued £500 2nd- Oil. I'aiwtIns-Valued £100 3rd-Oil Pointing-: Valued £50 and 97 other Prizes ranging in value from £20 NOTE -The Committer are purchasing and paying for .the Pictures the amounts at whic...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL COMMISSIONER FOR GIPPSLAND (Reprinted from Warragul "Guardian") [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

SPECIAL COMMISSIONER FOR GIPPSLAND (Reprinted from Warrogul ''Guardian") The action of ihe Hon. J. E. Mac key, the member for Gippsland West, in bringing prominently before the Peacock Government the desirabilily of appointing a Spccial Commissioner for Gippsland, is in every way to he com mended. "While Mr Mackey deserves the thanks of all Gippslandcrs for his watchfulness of their interests, and the ability with which he grasps the posi tion in matters vitally affecting their welfare, the electors arc wondering what the Parliamentary representatives of the other Gippsland constituencies are doing. Are Mr Livingston, the member for Gippsland South, and one of the Cabinet ; Mr Cameron, the member for Gippsland East : Mr Barnes, the member for Walhalla ; Mr Downward, the member for Morning ton ; and Mr M'Lachlan, the member for Gippsland North ; acting in con cert with Mr Mackey : or are they still allowing the Government ti neglect the interests of the eastern parts of the State ? T...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMPETELY GONE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

COMPETELY GONE A succession of colds, or even the mV'tc: of a common cold, may cause inflammation of the mucous membrane to become criror.^. This can be prevented by the prom;)* u>e ct Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at t' t ti»t symptom of a cold. A few doses of it the cold is complete'y gone. A mi Jtcir* of such great worth and merit as Ch.i:n:«r ber's Cough Remedy should be k'-pt ;r' every home where there are children. by 7. Williams, Rosedale

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

GORMANDALE From Our Own Correspondent A Rocliabito socinl in aid of the n«.i Riaa 1'imd wna lio'd at Gonimtidaln Friday, 28rd Music was .npplieX'^ and Bbould tho hnll bo Riven freo ,1 takings will realise about £4 IOi m«, SssJasr' m yVo bnvo liml nbont 120 poinln of,.:,, this month and tho crops, especially "to earlier sown onoa, and tho moving. On tho low IyiDR Bronnij T frosts are checking tho growth. The.y°unfie9t W. Poiyer, juur., a bonny, b>y, n»od 1 year7 months', diod with painful auddennoss just about midnight on Sunday last. Much sympathy ia io)t for Mr and Mrs Power, I in their sad boroavement, and this wm 1 ovincod by tho largo attendance at the j funeral on Tuesday aftornoon. Tho inter i meat took place in tho local cemetery, I and tho funeral service was impressively I conducted by Mr Dance, The combined picnic of the Gor. I n.andalc' and Gormandale East State Schofls w&s held on Friday Inst. The day was fine,and there w«va good attendance present, including ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

NEW WILLUNG ROAD rn THE EDITOR OF THE ''COURIER Sir,-I am awakening to the fact that I m bq unconscious Harry Laudor-amuse ment and noriow, forsooth! Bo careful, Mr Grftv, J ,,rav. Do try to take mo seriously, and'inciilentallv bo serious thcuself. Of courEC you nieauc nothing raoro than one of your side-spUuiug jests when yon said that ..if the 8 or 10 ratepayers at tho ea3t end (12 contributed to the erect ion of the bridge Ac cording to MrFeely's liatj were made resron?ible for the in:erest on tho new rond, lam afraid they would shut up shop and rt'et." Tint was neither abuso nor a thinly veiled innuendo cf their financial stability. Now, if you did not wish to cast a reflection on the financial position of your neighbor*, what is the inference you wish innoccntly to convey? Agon,you consured Mr J. IJilhrmn for«U»in£ "when wo convened meeting, these people did not attend, nor assist in anvw«»y." 'jhatsta'ement was made after | Mr Gray had suid that tho road wojld 1 e > used by...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE RE GRAVEL FOR NEW WILLUNG ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 29 April 1915

CORRESPONDENCE RE GRAVEL FOR NEW W1LLUNG ROAD _N TIIK EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-I noticed in youc last report of Roscdale Shire Council meeting that a reward of .liro is to be given for the i discovery of a su;'tabie gravel deposit' for the ne»- Willung road. Now, Sir, I claim to have a very fair knowledge oftlio district, and doubt whether a pood pravel deposit could be found close to the route of the new road. Certainly an inferior quality of stone exists thereabouts, but, in my opinion, the wisest plan would be to cart all the gtavel that is required for tbe work from the council pit on the old Willung road, near Merton bridge. The quality of this gravel is unsurpassed. The road past the post office was con structed of this gravel 17 years ago. The thickness of the gravel was four inches, and no maintenance gravel has twn snread on it. It that is not . imet ihen what is? a iair -Yours, etc. WILLUNGITE.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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HEADACHES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

HEADACHES Many women habitually suffer from head aches which make life a daily purgatory. Frequently they are caused by indigestion and to relieve them permanently you must remove the cause, For indigestion, bilious, nest, corjtipation, disorders of the stomach and hver there is nothing better than Cham, berlain'a Tablet". Headache cannot exist when Chamberlain's ~ab!ets are taken. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Gormandale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

Gormnndale The followiD^ registered by Mr J, Srd 10th 11th 12th 19th 14 th 17th 21th 26th 27th 29th is the rainfall Gileeuan: 3 21 Total 1.85 6.12plB fell Blnea January I

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL Rosedale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

THE RAINFALL. FOE THE MONTH OF APRIIi Rosidale | Jibe following is the rainfall, registered by Mr G. P. Hurren : Gtb 2 10th 9 lltb ... ... ' '21 12th 59 19ih : 2 24ih ... ... 3 28th 4 Total 1.08 The rainfall at Rosedale for first 4 months of tbe last five years is as follows: 1910 8.96 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 15.01 2 93 8 03 5.03 4.41 Currujuiiff The following is the rainf&ll n registered by Mr L. T. M'Dermott 7th lO'.h 11th 12th 13th 14tb 17th 18 h 19th 27th 28th 3 26 17 90 2 10 16 5 1 7 Total 1.80 258pts for April 1914 Total for 4 mthB. 1915, 6.76 Do. do do 1914, 6.42

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER NEW IDEA FOR HELPING THE BELGIANS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

ANOTHER HEW IDEA FOR HELPING THE BELGIANS There have have been very many schemes for raking funds to feed the starving Bel. gisns, seme gooi, some doubtful ; but a novel and praiseworthy little suggestion thxt ought to result in the raising of a con siderable sum appears in "Evurylady's J- tjinar* for May. Miss May Card, author of one of the best known books on Crochet-Work and perhaps the most expert Crochet-NVork designer in Australia, has designed a doyley in semi Irish crochet-work, with an Australian motif. A large photograph of the design appears in "Everylady's Journal," and Miss Card offers to send a photograph of the doyley, and printed directions for its working, to any reader who will post her 7d in stamps. One penny pays the postage, and the balance cf the money goes to the Belgian Fund. Any reader of this paper may take advantage of the offer, and should post 7d in stamps or postal noteto Miss Card, Post Office, Olinria, Victoria. Sh« will get a delightful doyley design...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

SPORTING NOTES A football club h&B been formed at Cow> warr, with Mr H. F. Parker president and Mr H. Harrison hon. secretary. In reply to a letter from the secretary of the Kostdale Football Club, the Cowwarr Club state that they will enter into a com* petition with Roiedale. Both Tcongabbie and Glengarry have notified Roscdale that they are unable to raise a team. Heyfield has not yet replied. Member? of the local club are hopeful of forming n competition. There are several clubs in the neighborhood thai will very likely join in. The annual meeting of the Oormandale Football Club was held last week. About 20 members attended, and the president, Mr C. J. O'Connor, was in the chair. The balance sheet presented by the boa. secretary, Mr W.Lane, showed a credit balance of £2/1/8 on the year's proceedings, which waB considered a very fathfactory state of things. Mr O'Connor was re-elected presl* dent of the club, and Mr W. Lano to the secretaryship. Mr J. Gilsenan was appoin...

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LANGUID AND DEPRESSED Owing to Biliousness and Chronic Indigestion. Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills Effect Great Change [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

LANGUID AND DEPRESSED Owing to Biliousness and Clironio Indipcetion. Dr Morse's Indian Hoot Pills ElTtct Great Change "For yc-nr=," writes Mr Cbnr 1 es Hill, of Talbot, ' I was tronbltd with Bi'ous ncFs mid Chronic Indigestion, Every thing I ML- disagreed with mr, I gradually became worse and was lan guid, decreased, and had no Btrength or energy, and during this period I obtained . practically no relief from many medicines and treatments I tried. As a last resource I was ad vised by a frieud to try Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills .'and in a few days I began to improve, and by the*time I had taken the Bisth bottle all my ill ness ank distress had vanished. I am now in my GOtb year, and have not Bufl'ered from Biliousness or and other disorders during the past t»o years, tlianks to your valuable remedy. I shall always recomend them to any of your friends, and you may uso this testimony for publication in any way you please."

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FOR FOOTBALLERS ONLY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

FOR FOOTBALLERS ONLY it win soon be the season for football, ftnd therefore the season for Chamberlain's Pain Baim-that goes wuhout saying. You can't play football without getting sprains, barked shins, bumps, etc., and you can't get right again without using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Bathe the effected parts with water as hot as you can bear and then rub in Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely and you will soon forget that you ever bad an ache or pain. Sold by J Williams; Rosedale

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

Nurse Thome's Private Hospital HARTLEY HOUSE, REEVES STREET, SALE Comfortable Aooommod&ttoo for Ltiies Ooi Oftcea Att»ad*d KorM Supplied Phone 134 C. E. MILLER AS I) C'O. THE FUKNITURE REHOYEKS A.YD STOKERS 317 COLLINS STKEBT MEIiBOlI l{ X E Phones H278- 9£7t LARGE NUMBER VANS oonsuntij travelling ooantrj; we want Back Loading. Write UB. if railing, connign to IU, Spencer Street, nod advise 8ftorea, Brick, «nbdivided in email roomi at cnrrPDt raits TANS RKTIR.M.VC At Early Dates from Sale, Rosedale, Traralgon, Camperdown, Wangaratta, Warragul Benalla, Ballarat, A) bury and Ararat ; Back Loading1 Wanted Grand Display OF j AUTUMN FASHIONS Millinery, Coats, Dresses, Cos tumes, &c. Now On We shall be glad if you will walk through and inspect our Immense Stocks! Littyton Itros. Phone 7 TRARALGON Also at Gormamlale and Tyera IMFORTANT TO Farmers of Gippsland Sf Rosedale District LYALL & SON CASH CHAFF, GRAIN AM) FLOUIl STORES SEED AND OAT MERCHANTS Victoria Markets...

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ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB'S SMOKE SOCIAL A LARGE GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

; ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB'S SMOKE SOCIAL A LARGE GATHERING Tho Aoficdalo Riiie Club held A highly sncccfleful smoke social in the Mechanics' Hall on \V< dnesday evening, 2Bth ult. Every chair war occupied nnd the attendance nnm* bered botweon 1)0 and 100 persons present. Mr W.S.Bready occupicd the chair. Visitors from neighboring cltib'e were present. Lieutenant Farther, tho ex-champion BiBley shot, nnd now secretary of the Rifle Associa* tion of Victoria, ocooplcd a neat near the chairman. Knthusiasts from Nnmbrok, who have tho rifls movement at heart, wore also pforent. During Ihe afternoon several ladies (Mrs FI. Biowji, Misses Gladys and Ireno Itinton J I, Misses Burnice and Madge Kelly) went to work and arranged tho tableB. Tho centre of the tables was decorated with red, white and blue and cut flowers, whilst a large Union Jack was bang on tho Btago be* hind the chair. Altogether, the tables were tastefully arranged and wero much appre ciated by thoso prcsont. After the...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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POISONED BY A SCRATCH Zam Buk's Healing Saves Hand from Amputation [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 May 1915

POISONED BY A SCRATCH Zam Buk's Healing Saves Hand from Amputation Mr Bwf nt, who lives at 225, Murray street, Hobart, Tasmania, Buys :- i "While working in tbe store I scratched my hand with a rusty oail. In a short time tbe iDjury festered and became in flamed and my band swelled up to three times its ordinary size. When inflammation began to spread up the arm I became seriously alarmed and went to a doctor. Tbe unial lotions, ointments, and other applications all failed to ease tbe dreadful pain. The doctor opened my band in two places to get away tbe accumulation of matter and reduce tbe swelling. But thiB made n-atter3 worse and the doctor said tbe only hope wsb to take off my band. "Things were in a yery bad state when a lriend told me of a bad case of blood-poisoning wbicb Z»m Buk had cured. I drcided to try tbe balm, and tbe first few applications eased the throbbing pain, and caused the swell ing and inflammation to begin to Bub aide. As tbo use of Zam Buk was con tinued tb...

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